(BINGHAMTON, N.Y.) — Mayor Richard C. David today announced the New York State Liquor Authority has revoked the license for T Mulligans Food & Spirits at 58 Clinton St. in Binghamton, effective immediately.
T Mulligans had been the site of repeated criminal activity and neighborhood disturbances over several years. Working with the property owner and New York State Liquor Authority, the City sought to mitigate these disturbances through enforcement of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law.
“With law enforcement agencies working together, we were able to address the problems at this location,” said Mayor David. “I commend Binghamton Police Department officials who worked on this effort over many months and thank the Liquor Authority for reviewing the facts and supporting the City’s position.”
Under New York State law, no license may be issued to the location for a period of two years from the date of revocation.
This action is the latest result from the Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design task force — CPTED — which focuses the City’s enforcement arms to address the physical environments where criminal activity takes place. Participating departments include the Mayor’s Office, Building and Code, Zoning, Police, Fire Marshal and Corporation Counsel.
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