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Users Question Safety of Binghamton Parking Garage

Some people who work in downtown Binghamton are expressing concern about the structural safety of the city-owned garage where they park their vehicles.

Nearly 40 percent of the spaces in the Collier Street garage are unavailable as emergency repair work is done in the upper levels of the structure

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Union Members Picket at Binghamton City Hall

Several members of Laborers Local 785 demonstrated in downtown Binghamton today protesting the city's use of a New Jersey company for repair work at the three parking garages.

Maarv Waterproofing of Clifton is to be paid about $1

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Parts of Crumbling Binghamton Parking Garage Closed

As holes continued to open in deteriorated concrete, Binghamton officials closed sections of a parking garage across the street from City Hall.

About 200 of the 535 parking spaces in the Collier Street garage are unavailable as emergency repairs get underway

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Repair Work At Binghamton Parking Garage

A section of another downtown Binghamton parking facility was closed for a time because of a hole in the structure's concrete floor.

City engineer Philip Krey says repairs at the Collier Street garage were completed a few days ago

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Binghamton Parking Garage Concrete Hole Being Repaired

Binghamton officials decided repairs to the main level of the State Street parking facility couldn't wait until spring.

A hole in the concrete was discovered during a biannual inspection of the downtown parking ramps earlier this month

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Hole Opens in Floor of Binghamton Parking Garage

A hole in the concrete on the street level of a downtown Binghamton parking garage is being investigated by city officials.

The opening on the first floor of the city-owned State Street parking facility was discovered a few days ago

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