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Garnar shuts down bus station

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He must be reading the BCVoice.

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He does absolutely NOTHING on his own!

Trust me...………………..He had to led by the hand to make this decision...……………….just like ALL of his decisions.

If people only knew what goes on in that Administration……………..he was an incompetent Legislator, and an even more incompetent CE.

But he sure does like to play the part.

Unfortunately we may be stuck with this clown for another four years. 

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Garnar's decision came one day after Rich David made public statements about the bus station on WNBF and Facebook, he even posted the County Executive's Office phone number on Facebook.  Well done Mayor!

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40 minutes ago, Binghamton Native said:

Garnar's decision came one day after Rich David made public statements about the bus station on WNBF and Facebook, he even posted the County Executive's Office phone number on Facebook.  Well done Mayor!

Yep.

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40 minutes ago, Binghamton Native said:

Garnar's decision came one day after Rich David made public statements about the bus station on WNBF and Facebook, he even posted the County Executive's Office phone number on Facebook.  Well done Mayor!

Looks like Rich David is also reading the BCVoice.

Well then why didn't Rich David shut down the bus terminal?  It is in the City of Binghamton.

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Does that mean corner drug prices will increase, or will the Philadelphia route remain open? At least the philly folk use cars.

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Must be the drug dealers are getting hazard pay. Last night I saw a couple of suspicious people at fuel stations.

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6 hours ago, PeteMoss said:

Looks like Rich David is also reading the BCVoice.

Well then why didn't Rich David shut down the bus terminal?  It is in the City of Binghamton.

Quote: because it is a county facility, and the city does not have the authority to alter it’s operations: Unquote.

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Now Garnar is advising people to call 911 if they see violations of the Social Distancing rules.

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