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Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo Doesn’t Want Rebates on Printed Checks

New York State Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo of Endwell is cosponsoring a bill that aims to reduce the costs to the state of administering tax rebates that were recently approved in Albany.

The $350 Family Tax Relief Credit is for families with children with incomes of between $40,000 and $300,000 a year

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Category: Local News, Politics
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Libous Discusses Fracking Report [AUDIO]

New York State Senator Thomas Libous was interviewed on WNBF Radio's Binghamton Now program Thursday. He discussed his support for high-volume hydraulic fracturing and responded to questions related to a Bloomberg News report.

Libous insisted his support for fracking in the Marcellus Shale is not relat

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Fracking Foes Send More Letters To Cuomo

People fighting approval of high-volume hydraulic fracturing for natural gas in New York state are sending more messages to Governor Andrew Cuomo.

Walter Hang of Ithaca-based Toxics Targeting says the governor should ensure that a comprehensive public health impact study is conducted before a final decision is made regarding fracking

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Daniel Barry/Getty Images

New York Tourism Summit in Albany

Business leaders are gathering in the state capitol for a summit to discuss how to boost tourism in New York.

The tourism industry is the 5th largest employer in the state.

Governor Andrew Cuomo says the summit will continue his administration's dialogue with business leaders on job creation ideas

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Joe Raedle/Getty Images

Gural Isn’t Happy With Casino Referendum Delay

Tioga Downs owner Jeffrey Gural isn't pleased that a public vote on approving upstate gambling casinos may not happen this year.

Governor Cuomo and other state officials now expect a referendum on establishing three casinos probably will have to wait until 2014

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Cordisco Not Running For Binghamton Mayor

A former Binghamton city councilman who had been considering a run for mayor this year today said he's decided against it.

Businessman John Cordisco had been contemplating a campaign for the Democratic nomination in recent weeks

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Whitney Point’s Bookkeeping Criticized

The New York State Comptroller's office is advising officials in the Village of Whitney Point to improve their oversight on how money is spent.

A report from Thomas DiNapoli's office said the mayor and village board did not conduct a thorough audit of claims presented for payment, so it was not clear if money paid out went to proper village purposes

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NY Business Leader: State Ads Are “Frustrating”

The head of a New York state coalition of business and trade groups says he's hearing plenty of questions about the television commercials people are seeing touting a "New New York."

Unshackle Upstate executive director Brian Sampson says many New York business owners he's spoken with find the message in the ads to be "very frustrating

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BGM Airport Chief Pleased Delay Issue Resolved

Broome County aviation commissioner Carl Beardsley says he's glad Congress acted to address flight delays linked to air traffic controller furloughs.

Speaking on WNBF Radio's Binghamton Now program, Beardsley said there had been some "short ground delays" at the Greater Binghamton Airport related to issues that occurred at other airports. He said the del

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Greenman Senior Center Sale Back Up In The Air

Opportunities for Broome is taking its offer for buying the closed Greenman Senior Center in Downtown Binghamton off the table.

Binghamton City Council last week turned down OFB's $75,000 bid for the center on Pine Street after a last-minute counter-bid of $105,000 was submitted by the owners of Lane Construction

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