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Binghamton Ends Appeal Of Drilling Ban Ruling

Binghamton Mayor Richard David says the city has withdrawn its appeal of a state court decision that invalidated a local moratorium on gas drilling and exploration.

David issued a statement Tuesday afternoon announcing he had directed city Corporation Counsel Kenneth Frank to advise the Appellate Division of state Supreme Court that the city was ending its appeal

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Binghamton Mayor Ryan Leaves Office After Two Terms

Matthew Ryan says "it's been an honor" to serve as mayor of Binghamton for the past eight years.

Ryan visited WNBF Radio's Binghamton Now program Tuesday to discuss the challenges he faced as mayor and to recall some of the things that were accomplished since he took office in 2005.

The mayor sa

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Ryan: Binghamton City Hall Transition Going “Very Well”

With just over a month remaining in his second term, Binghamton Mayor Matthew Ryan says the transition process with his successor, Richard David, is going "very well."

Ryan and David say they've been working together to make the change in leadership as smooth as possible

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David Recruiting Binghamton City Hall Managers

Mayor-elect Rich David says he's working to assemble an executive management team for Binghamton City Hall.

David, a Republican who last week defeated Democratic challenger Teri Rennia, is considering candidates to fill 16 positions

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Binghamton Mayoral Candidates In Radio Debate

In their only live broadcast debate, Democrat Teri Rennia and Republican Richard David discussed their visions and goals for Binghamton.

City voters next Tuesday will decide whether Rennia or David will be Binghamton's next mayor

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David: Binghamton Should Explore Sewage Privatization

Republican mayoral candidate Richard David says privatization of the sewage treatment plant and other services provided by the city of Binghamton should be studied.

Speaking on WNBF Radio's Binghamton Now program, David indicated it would be useful to examine whether specific operations might be privatized.

David said:

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Binghamton GOP Mayoral Candidates Debate [AUDIO]

Richard David, Edward Hickey and Douglas Walter Drazen are facing each other in the September 10 primary from the Republican nomination for Binghamton mayor.

The candidates discussed some of the issues facing city voters during a live forum Wednesday morning on WNBF Radio's Binghamton Now program.

Listen to th

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“Binghamton Now” Hosting GOP Mayoral Forum

The Republican candidates for Binghamton mayor are planning to talk about the issues facing the issue in a debate to be broadcast live Wednesday on News Radio 1290 WNBF.

Richard David, Douglas Walter Drazen and Edward Hickey will be together in the Binghamton Now studio for the forum about the city's future. The three men are seeking the GO

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Panel Clears David, SUNY Broome In Ethics Complaint

An ethics board has completed a review of contracts SUNY Broome awarded to a business owned by Binghamton mayoral candidate Richard David.

A Binghamton man filed a complaint with the Broome County Board of Ethics questioning catering contracts between the college and Terra Cotta in Binghamton

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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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