public works

Snow Apology
The just-dismissed Commissioner of Public Works for Binghamton has apologized to city residents who were snowbound for too long in the aftermath of the big storm.
Police Trim
Lawmakers in the Village of Owego are going ahead with a money-saving plan to eliminate two police officer positions from the force.
Merger "Fairly Likely"
The village of Port Dickinson and the town of Dickinson are moving to merge their public works departments.
Village and town officials have been discussing the possible merger and the plan could receive final approvals by the end of the month...
Binghamton public works crews have been busy filling in hundreds of potholes in recent days.
Conditions on many heavily-traveled city streets had deteriorated by the end of winter with a proliferation of potholes that made life miserable for drivers...
Binghamton’s Three Days of Christmas Tree Pick-up
Residents of the city of Binghamton have a few weeks to place Christmas trees at the curb for collection by the Department of Public Works.
According to the mayor's office, tree will be picked up on all but one Monday during January. Collection dates are January 7, January 14 and January 28...
Binghamton Crews Hauling Away the Big Stuff
Binghamton Department of Public Works employees are handling a heavier-than-usual volume of trash this week.
Pat Torrico, the department's first deputy commissioner, says the load is bigger as city residents take advantage of a limited-time opportunity to get rid of certain big items without buy…