WELCOME TO THE

TOWN OF NANTICOKE

NEW YORK

 
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Information

755 Cherry Valley Hill Rd
Nanticoke, New York 13802


PHONE: (607)692-4041
FAX: (607)692-3552

Town Board

Contact Information

Town Supervisor

Donald Benjamin
PO Box 71
Glen Aubrey NY 13777
Phone: (607)692-4041 x26
Fax: (607)692-3552
Email: nanticokesupervisor@stny.rr.com

Secretary to the Supervisor

Martha Walter
PO Box 71
Glen Aubrey NY 13777
Phone: (607)692-4041 x26
Fax: (607)692-3552
Email: nanticokesecretary@stny.rr.com

Councilmembers:
Honorable Dan Baker
Honorable Ken Barlow
Honorable Scott Whittaker
Hororable Ron Zielewicz
Secretary to the Supervisor
Councilmembers

 
 
 
 
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Town of Nanticoke History

The town was first settled around 1793. The Town of Nanticoke was formed from the Town of Lisle in 1831. The two villages, Glen Aubrey and Nanticoke, grew up around flour and lumber mills.

Communities and locations in Nanticoke

  • Glen Aubrey – A hamlet in the south part of the town on NY-26. It was formerly known as the "Councilman Settlement."
  • Greenwood Park – A county park near the west town line.
  • Nanticoke – The hamlet of Nanticoke is in the western part of the town. It was previously called "Lambs Corners." The community is at the junction of County Roads 21 and 136.
  • Nanticoke Springs – A former community lying southeast of Nanticoke village.