From 1950 to 2000, Buffalo went from 580,132 people down to 292,628, Rochester went from 332,488 down to 219,773 and Binghamton NY went from 80,674 down to 47,380 a 42% decline. See following report that indicates continued decline from 2000 to 2010. The population of the United States has increased steadily by roughly 2.5 million people every year since World War II. Throughout prosperity and hard times, Americans continue to have families. Many of the country’s regions have expanded to accommodate this population increase. Some cities have grown faster than others as the result of being at the center of some important new technology or job market. Others have lost residents because of failing industries and migration. Nevertheless, some of these cities have continued to grow slowly, or at least remain relatively stagnant, buoyed by the rising tide of the national population.
Population Change 2000-2009: -128,813
Population Percent Change 2000-2009: -26.63%
Home Vacancy: 21.5%
Population Change 2000-2009: -13,266
Population Percent Change 2000-2009: -10.63%
Home Vacancy: 18%
Population Change 2000-2009: -45,205
Population Percent Change 2000-2009: -9.49%
Home Vacancy: 17.5%
Population Change 2000-2009: -21,970
Population Percent Change 2000-2009: -7.52%
Home Vacancy: 17.2%
Population Change 2000-2009: -11,961
Population Percent Change 2000-2009: -7.21%
Home Vacancy: 18.9%
Population Change 2000-2009: -22,056
Population Percent Change 2000-2009: -6.61%
Home Vacancy: 14.1%
Population Change 2000-2009: -12,180
Population Percent Change 2000-2009: -5.55%
Home Vacancy: 15.3%
Binghamton NY is a ghost town with sex offenders and drug dealers.
POPULATION DECLINE OF BINGHAMYON NY
1950 CENSUS…80,674 RESIDENTS
1960 CENSUS…75,941 RESIDENTS
1970 CENSUS…64,123 RESIDENTS
1980 CENSUS…55,860 RESIDENTS
1990 CENSUS…53,200 RESIDENTS
2000 CENSUS…47,300 RESIDENTS
Binghamton New York end of 2009 population was 44,401, down 2,979 from 2000, Estimated median household income in 2009: $28,707 and multiple double digit increases in welfare recipients.
Binghamton NY boarded up store fronts. Court St Binghamton NY had been the main location for business, restaurants, banks and professional offices for many, many years, it is now a collection of empty buildings in various forms of decay with broken windows, see photo above taken at the corner of Court Street and Chenango Street Binghamton NY.
Binghamton NY sex offenders and drug dealers. CHILD RAPISTS ; 26 Percent Hike In the Number Of registered Sex Offenders in Broome County New York, Binghamton Leads the Pack : BINGHAMTON, N.Y. — In just a year, Broome County has seen a 26 percent hike in the number of registered sex offenders in the county, a statistic many find startling. “It goes to show that it’s a real sick world out there,” said Broome County resident George Wilson Sr. “It doesn’t make me very safe,” added Edward Moorhead. According to the Broome County Sheriff’s office, there were 426 registered offenders in Broome County in 2009, since then, that number has grown to more than 530 today. “The number can fluctuate any given day, any given month. It has increased right now,” explained Broome County Sheriff’s detective Sgt. Jason Ellis.
Dixie 2000 Hotel owner Allam Affly with his “residents” in Binghamton NY. Mayor defends law to run child-sex offenders in Binghamton NY out of town, (May 29th, 2005). The message to the registered sex offenders of Binghamton, a frayed-at-the-seams town in New York state, is as old as the Wild West: “Get out of town.” It is being sent not by vigilantes, however, but by City Hall in a new local law which bolsters efforts to protect children. Richard Bucci, the mayor (in 2005), said: “We want these people out of town. They are not welcome. Criminals registered under “Megan’s Law”, which obliges sex offenders to record their whereabouts, may not even pass through the protected areas. The law was named after seven-year-old Megan Kanka, who was raped and murdered by a twice-convicted sex offender in 1994. At the Dixie 2000 Hotel, 106 HENRY STREET Binghamton NY, sex offender residents told The Sunday Telegraph that they were frightened and angry. The hotel has worked out its disciplined regime with police and parole officers. Alcohol and cigarettes are banned, guests must sign in and out, and the doors are locked at night. Mark Colwell, 45, at the Dixie Hotel, who served 15 years for raping two girls aged seven and 11, said: “I should have the right to start afresh. Just to survive, I’ll have to change my identity and go on the run.” (too freakin bad you dirtball).
Binghamton NY Heroin Dealer. BINGHAMTON NY HEROIN HUB FOR NEW YORK CITY. October 24th, 2013…Binghamton, NY (WBNG Binghamton) The Broome County Special Investigations Unit Task Force arrested a woman after they searched her home. On October 24, Angelina M. Brown, 24, was arrested at her home, located at 59 North St., Binghamton. Brown was found to be in possession of 46 glassine bags of heroin, 3 knotted wraps of crack cocaine, a baggie of marijuana, a live marijuana plant and ecstasy pills, according to police. Brown’s five year old son lived at the home, with the narcotics accessible to the child.
Binghamton man arrested for heroin, cash and weapon: Binghamton, NY (WBNG Binghamton) Police arrested a man after finding a large amount of heroin in his Binghamton home. Members of the Broome County Special Investigations Unit Task Force took Antone Gory, 29, into custody acting on a narcotics search warrant. They found 171 bags of heroin, $441 in cash and a loaded handgun with ammunition at his 111 Oak Street home.
Adasia Charles busted by New York State Narcotics Unit in Binghamton NY with 96 packaged packets of heroin.
TWO ARRESTED IN BINGHAMTON FOR HEROIN: On Thursday, November 21, 2013, the New York State Police Community Narcotics Enforcement Team (CNET), Vestal Police Department and Binghamton Police Department, arrested two people after an ongoing investigation into the distribution of heroin in the City of Binghamton.
Adisa D. Charles, age 23, of 9 Yager Street 1st Floor, Binghamton, N.Y.
Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the 3rd degree (possession with intent to sell) 2 counts, Criminally Using Drug Paraphernalia 2nd Degree and Unlawful Possession of Marihuana.
Bethany G. Kasson, age 21of9 Yager Street 1st Floor, Binghamton, N.Y. Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the 3rd degree (possession with intent to sell) 2 counts, Criminally Using Drug Paraphernalia 2nd Degree and Unlawful Possession of Marihuana.
Members of CNET, along with Vestal and Binghamton Police Departments, executed a search warrant at Charles’ and Kasson’s residence, where 96 packaged packets of heroin, 5 packaged pieces of crack cocaine, marihuana, scales and drug paraphernalia, and $2780 in US currency were seized. Both subjects were taken into custody without incident. Charles and Kasson were arraigned before City of Binghamton Judge Mary Anne Lehmann and remanded to the Broome County jail without bail.
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