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Binghamton Flood Demolition Work Underway

An abandoned flood-damaged house on Binghamton's South Side has been torn down, the first of eighteen structures to be demolished over the next several weeks.

The building on Baltimore Avenue was taken down Monday by crews working for Johnson City-based All-Around Excavating

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Binghamton Demolition Project To Start Next Month

Demolition of several flood-damaged houses in the city of Binghamton is expected to start in a few weeks.

Mayor Richard David says the work should begin in late April.

Binghamton's Board of Contract and Supply today awarded the $213,200 demolition contract to All-Around Excavating of Johnson City

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Flood-Wrecked Homes Torn Down In Vestal

Dozens of houses damaged by the 2011 flood are being demolished in the town of Vestal.

Crews have torn down the first few buildings as part of the initial phase of the project in a neighborhood off Vestal Road

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Town Of Union Receives New Flood Buyout Conditions

Town of Union officials have received a revised property buyout proposal for the non-local share of acquisition expenses.

Officials say the proposal includes new conditions that were not contained in the original contract

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Vestal Flood Buyout Program Inches Forward

A program to buy out more flood-damaged structures in Broome County is moving ahead.

The town of Vestal board has approved demolition work on a few properties targeted for acquisition under the federally-funded plan

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Town of Union Flood Buyout Appraisals to Begin

Appraisal work should get underway for town of Union properties that are part of a flood buyout program.

The town board has authorized the appraisal process for 176 properties which have been approved for the process

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FEMA May Fund Buyout of 176 Town Of Union Properties

The town of Union's property buyout plan has received a boost from the federal government.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency this afternoon notified the town that it intends to fund a proposed buyout of 176 properties

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Binghamton University Reaches Out to Those Affected By Hurricane

Many of those who live in some of the areas hardest hit by Hurricane Sandy have ties to Binghamton University.

Members of the campus community will be joining forces to try to provide some assistance to those who've experienced losses because of the storm

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