The Rock-B Tavern on Binghamton's South Side has had its liquor license revoked by state regulators.

The New York State Liquor Authority issued an order April 1 yanking the license of the Conklin Avenue business for two years.

The revocation order outlines a series of violations at the tavern between 2009 and last year.

The licensee for the business is listed as Dominick Delaura Jr. of Afton.

The Rock-B Tavern reopened last October after being closed for four months by the city following repeated complaints about criminal activity in and around the bar.

The business was allowed to resume operations after the owner reached a deal with the city requiring better outdoor lighting and an end to music provided by a disc jockey.

Binghamton Mayor Richard David says the city worked with individuals and agencies to "put a full-court press on the problems" at the tavern. He expressed appreciation to the liquor authority for supporting the city's position.

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