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The economy of the early town was based on dairy products, particularly milk. This industry flourished because completion of the Erie Railroad in 1841, which ran through Chester, enabled local farmers to ship their products to New York City, where demand was high. For instance, local farmer Phil Gregory would ship 240 quarts (230 L) of milk by train to New York City. The railroad earned $1.20 ($29 in modern dollars) in freight charges; Gregory’s business eventually grew to 300,000 quarts (280,000 L) of milk per day, which in turn gave the railroad over $1,000 ($24,000 in modern dollars) in daily profit.
Late 20th century to present
In 2018, the Town of Chester approved a large residential development. It learned that the development appeared to be targeted toward the Satmar Hasidim community, whose rapid growth in this area had caused tensions. The large families of the Orthodox created strains for the local public school system, and there were other tensions between the strict Kiryas Joel and neighboring communities. Town supervisor Alex Jamieson told a local newspaper that the town would be buying up areas of undeveloped open space, including around the planned development in Chester, in order “to keep the Hasidic out so that they can’t control the Town Board.” His comments were widely reported and criticized by The Forward as antisemitic.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 25.2 square miles (65.4 km2), of which 25.2 square miles (65.2 km2) is land and 0.1 square mile (0.2 km2) (0.24%) is water.
- Camp Monroe – a multi-denominational Jewish sleep-away summer camp founded in 1941 near the southern border with the town of Monroe.
- Chester – a village located on NY-94.
- East Chester – a hamlet southeast of Chester village.
- Greycourt – site of former major railroad intersection and depot on the Erie Main Line.
- Glenmere Lake – a reservoir at the western town line
- Goose Pond Mountain State Park – a state park southeast of Chester village.
- Lake Hill Farms– a subdivision of about 175 homes in the southwestern corner of the town first developed in 1973.
- Sugar Loaf – the oldest community in the town, antedating Chester town by more than a century (1738). The hamlet is home to the harness-racing horse Hambletonian 10.
- Surrey Meadows – a late 1960s subdivision north of Chester village. The elementary school is located in this area.
- Walton Park – a hamlet on the border of the towns of Chester and Monroe.