He focused on things he has done over his first 100 days in office in the five areas of infrastructure, economic development, parks, finances and public safety.
David says the city is making a renewed push under his administration to lock down problem properties and combat crime by putting more officers on the streets.
"I think we've had a number of successes in public safety with securing a lock down for one of the most problematic night clubs in the City of Binghamton, 17 East, and other problem properties with the lock down law and there were two separate proposals to expand the CRT, Community Response Team, add two police officers, put school resource officers in our schools," said David.
Mayor David is also a Rotarian at Binghamton Club number 64 downtown, which is where he spoke today.
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