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Ryan Joins U.S. Mayors Calling For Action on Guns

Binghamton Mayor Matthew Ryan is one of several hundred mayors from across the United States who today called on President Obama to take steps to address gun-related issues in the aftermath of the Connecticut school shooting

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David: City Hall Financial Controls Should Be Reviewed

A former Binghamton mayoral candidate who may seek the office next year is calling for better oversight of city employees following a series of thefts.

Richard David says it's time for the city to hire an internal auditor to identify deficiencies in systems that are supposed to prevent stealing by government workers

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Ryan: I Was Invited to Binghamton Pro-Fracking Event

Binghamton mayor Matthew Ryan says a website's report claiming he showed up uninvited to a forum about natural gas development is wrong.

A blog posted on the Energy In Depth site reported "Ryan thought it was his right to be there and so he decided to crash it

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Binghamton Mayor Says Car Cash Is Justified

Mayor Matthew Ryan says he's a "little upset" by some of the criticism he's heard about his request for a stipend in lieu of being provided with a city vehicle.

Ryan wants city council to approve a $5,000 payment, noting he hasn't utilized a car provided by the city while he's been mayor

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News [April 16, 2012]
Bob Joseph/WNBF News [April 16, 2012]

Libous: No Word From Ethics Panel on Ryan Complaint

New York State Senator Thomas Libous says he has not been informed by the Joint Commission on Public Ethics about the status of a complaint filed last spring.

Binghamton mayor Matthew Ryan told reporters April 16 he was mailing a formal complaint to the ethics panel seeking a review of possible influence peddling by Libous

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Binghamton Plans More Tests on Susquehanna River Water

No chemical contamination related to fracking activity in Pennsylvania has been detected in the river that's used as a source for the city of Binghamton's drinking water.

Mayor Matthew Ryan says test results conducted on samples from the Susquehanna River revealed no pollution problems that could be linked to gas drilling outside New York state

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News file photo

Binghamton Mayor Supports Legalization of Marijuana

Binghamton mayor Matthew Ryan says he favors marijuana legalization.

The issue was brought up Tuesday by a caller to WNBF Radio's Binghamton Now program.

The caller asked Ryan whether he was for the legalization of marijuana.

After a chuc

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Abdelazim Returns to Binghamton City Hall

Tarik Abdelazim is working again for the administration of Binghamton mayor Matthew Ryan.

Abdelazim has returned to his former job of director of planning, housing and community development. He left the post spring as he prepared to run for Broome County executive

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Ryan: Efforts Continue for North Side Grocery Store

Binghamton mayor Matthew Ryan says efforts are continuing to bring a grocery store to the city's North Side.

Speaking Tuesday on WNBF Radio's Binghamton Now program, Ryan said the concept is still "very much being pursued."

The mayor s

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Binghamton Now: Lively Tax Debate Between Mayor Ryan and Listener [AUDIO]

Mayor Matthew Ryan and a Binghamton Now listener engaged in some verbal sparring on Tuesday's program.

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