City of Binghamton officials say people who work and live in Downtown Binghamton can expect parking and traffic issues again as a second presidential campaign makes a stop in the Parlor City this week.
The City says the latest work on Riverside Drive should only take about a month and a half instead of stretching through the entire construction seasons like phase one and the first part of phase two did.
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