Place:Keeseville, Clinton, New York, United States


Coordinates44.504°N 73.481°W
Located inClinton, New York, United States
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Keeseville is a hamlet in Clinton and Essex counties, New York, in the United States. The population was 1,815 at the 2010 census. The village is named after the Keese family. Keeseville is in the towns of Au Sable and Chesterfield and is south of Plattsburgh. It is also inside the Adirondack Park. On January 23, 2013, the town's selectboard voted to dissolve the village.


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The hamlet was originally called "Anderson Falls", but the name was changed circa 1812 to "Keeseville", after a local manufacturer and businessman. The early hamlet was an industrial area devoted, in part, to lumber, iron processing and milling.

In January 2013, voters decided in a referendum by a vote of 268-176 to dissolve the village and revert to the two bordering towns in which it is located. Although the specific dissolution plan was approved unanimously by the Village Board, petitioners successfully qualified it for a further referendum. That vote must be held between 60 and 90 days after the petition was certified August 6, 2013. If approved, the plan will be effective December 2014.

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