Binghamton City Councilman William Berg said he has done nothing wrong and he has "no intention of stepping aside."
Berg has been facing questions since the Press & Sun-Bulletin reported on a voice mail message he left with a contractor prior to a council vote on a project labor agreement for a major construction project.
After serving as a temporary location for hundreds of Tioga County students, a Union-Endicott school now is silent once again. But some activity will be occurring at the former Linnaeus West Elementary School soon...
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