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Emergency Fuel Storage Established in Vestal

New York State officials say Vestal is among six sites in the state established for storing strategic reserves of 2.5 million gallons of gas and diesel fuel to be used following storms and other emergencies

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Binghamton’s Washington Street Mall Gets Upgrades

Binghamton Mayor Richard David says the Washington Street Mall has been a concrete desert in the heart of downtown for years but is currently under a rebirth.

The City has begun redevelopment of the Mall that will include 11 new parking spaces, sidewalk improvements, enhanced lighting and other aesthetic upgrades

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Conklin Warehouse Now Operated By Balford Farms

Balford Farms of New Jersey has taken over operations of a Broome County dairy products distribution facility.

The Conklin warehouse is used to serve Crowley Foods customers in the Northeast

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Broome Gets Rebate for Energy-Efficient Garage Lights

Broome County is getting money back from New York State Electric and Gas.

Director of the Office of Energy Development, Margaret Sarinzi says the $130,000 rebate check comes from the newly completed installation of LED light fixtures in the basement of the Broome County Office Building

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Court Hearing For Susquehanna County Fracking Foe

Several motions are to be discussed in a Susquehanna County Court hearing involving fracking oppponent Vera Scroggins.

The Brackney woman has been barred from active Cabot Oil and Gas well sites and access roads under a court injunction

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton’s State Street to be Fixed

The City of Binghamton has big plans for hundreds of thousands of dollars in federal funding that it is being awarded.

Officials say $480,000 will be going to complete the first phase of the State S gateway Improvement Project

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Greater Binghamton and University Relationship to be Discussed

Pre-registration is being accepted for a November 6th program to discuss the relationship between the Greater Binghamton area and Binghamton University.

The final program in a three part series on college towns hosted by the SUNY Business and Education Cooperative of the Southern Tier, otherwise known as SUNY BEST, is being held at 10 a-m in room 220 of the Binghamton University Downtown Center on Washington Street, Binghamton

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Broome Begins Bus-Use Survey

The Broome County Department of Public Transportation and the Binghamton Metropolitan Transportation Study are taking surveys of BC Transit riders from October 26 through November 8.

County officials say they are looking to make sure the most efficient service is being provided in the most cost-effective manner

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Traditions Casino License Application Continues

A bit of a scare for the owners of one of the Southern Tier locations in the running to be granted a Casino License by new York State appears to be over.

The owners of Traditions at the Glen in the Town of Union found out the Hotel Trade Council informed the Gaming Facilities Location Board that the Watson Boulevard site should be considered ineligible since it claimed talks had broken down over securing a Labor Peace Agreement with local trade unions

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Binghamton City Government

Binghamton’s Mayor Discusses Design

Binghamton Mayor Richard David is one of eight mayors invited a two-day conference in Syracuse dealing with how design can improve cities.

The 2014 East Regional Session of the Mayor’s Institute on City Design was being held October 23-24 at the Syracuse University School of Architecture

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