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Five Abandoned Binghamton Buildings To Be Demolished

The city of Binghamton will spend more than $200,000 to tear down several more empty buildings.

City council has authorized the demolition of five properties. The work is expected to get underway later this month

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Historic Binghamton Pool To Be Demolished

A once-popular neighborhood swimming pool in Binghamton is about to vanish.

Gorick Construction has been hired to tear down the pool in First Ward Park.

The facility, located off Seymour Avenue, was closed several years ago when city officials decided needed repairs would be too costly

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Binghamton Condemns Three Residential Properties

Three houses on Binghamton's South Side have been declared unfit for habitation after investigations by the city's code enforcement office.

City officials say the buildings at 6, 8, and 13 Vine Street have been condemned because of a range of structural and safety issues

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Binghamton Microsurfacing Project Underway

The pavement on most of Clinton Street in Binghamton's First Ward is being sealed in a process known as "microsurfacing."

The project began on Monday, with crews starting at the Oak Street intersection

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Demolition Of Fire-Damaged Binghamton Building Delayed

Crews prepared to tear down the remains of a fire-ravaged Binghamton structure were sent home after waiting at the site for hours.

Mayor Richard David this morning announced that demolition of the former All Around Building Supplies complex on Brown Street would begin today

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Wall Falls At Fire-Wrecked Binghamton Building

Part of a wall on a building that was heavily-damaged in a June arson blaze has collapsed next to a Binghamton street.

People who live near the wrecked structure at the corner of Glenwood Avenue and Brown Street had expressed concern about dangers posed by the site

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Binghamton Officials To Meet With Apartment Residents

Residents of a large apartment complex on Binghamton's North Side will be able to talk with city officials about the future of the property during a public meeting.

Mayor Richard David says the city will host the session at the Centenary-Chenango Street United Methodist Church Thursday at 6 p

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Apartments Proposed For Binghamton Parking Ramp

Binghamton's crumbling Collier Street parking garage could be redeveloped under a plan that calls for the addition of apartments and retail space.

Mayor Richard David says Vestal-based Newman Development Group has proposed a mixed-use project for the garage, which was constructed in 1960

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Downtown Binghamton Building Plan Gains Support

A Binghamton developer has outlined his proposal to build a mid-rise building at a city-owned downtown site.

Mark Yonaty of Greater Binghamton Development answered questions during a city council committee meeting on his plan for the property at the southeast corner of Court and State streets

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Binghamton Mayor Names City Comptroller Choice

The city of Binghamton's next comptroller has been Tioga County's chief accountant and budget officer.

Mayor Richard David today announced he has chosen Clarence Shager Jr. for the post of comptroller

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