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2013.07.17  ROUNDABOUT-FED EX

Binghamton Roundabout Truck Ban May Be Considered

Binghamton Mayor Matthew Ryan says it might be time to contemplate taking action to prohibit trucks from using the downtown roundabout.

The reconstructed Court Street intersection at Exchange and Chenango streets opened to traffic last August

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Audit Shows Growth In Binghamton Reserve Fund

Binghamton Mayor Matthew Ryan says the city's fund balances have risen to a "healthy level."

The mayor today discussed portions of an audit that have been made public. The independent review of the city's finances indicated the general fund reserve increased from about $219,000 at the end of 2005 to more than $6

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Block Leaving Binghamton City Hall

Andrew Block is planning to leave his position as executive assistant to Binghamton Mayor Matthew Ryan next month.

Block plans to start a doctoral program in literature at the University of California at Los Angeles in the fall

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Downtown Binghamton Complex May Expand

An expansion project is planned for a downtown Binghamton student housing and commercial building.

The Broome County Industrial Development Agency has accepted an application from Alfred Weissman Real Estate for a proposal that could add rooms and possibly businesses to the former HSBC Bank Building at 20 Hawley Street

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Binghamton Paving Program Grinds To A Halt

The city of Binghamton's repaving plans have been disrupted by an equipment problem.

Mayor Matthew Ryan says the asphalt paver being used for the street projects is out of service because of mechanical issues

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NYSEG Tree Trimming Angers Binghamton Residents

Some people who live on Binghamton's West Side are upset with tree pruning being done by a contractor hired by New York State Electric and Gas.

Crews working for Nelson Tree Service have been trimming trees along Riverside Drive and nearby streets

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Binghamton Mayor: Old Ice House May Be Demolished

A long-abandoned building that greets thousands of people who head into downtown Binghamton each day might be torn down soon.

Mayor Matthew Ryan says the city is working with Broome County officials to develop a plan to remove the eyesore

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Binghamton Street Improvements Detailed

Dozens of street and sewer construction projects are planned across the city of Binghamton over the next several months.

Mayor Matthew Ryan says street reconstruction, milling and paving, as well as sewer separation work will be done during the spring and summer

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton To Hire Police Officers For Summer

The city of Binghamton hopes to recruit a few recently-retired police officers to provide some extra help over the summer months.

City councilmembers have been discussing options to increase police coverage

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David: Fix The Binghamton Roundabout

Richard David, a Republican mayoral candidate, is calling for improvements to the downtown Binghamton roundabout.

The roundabout opened to traffic nearly nine months ago. Last Tuesday, a tractor-trailer knocked down a pedestrian warning sign and several fence posts at Chenango and Court streets

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