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Employment History

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Java Joe's Cafe


Manager

Java Joe's Cafe


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www.wbng.com

Java Joe's owner Tina Kuenzli walked outside her restaurant Wednesday, to find temporary police order signs prohibiting parking.
I need to use those spaces as well," said Kuenzli.


www.wbng.com

"Binghamton Wifi promises to be another great attraction for people to come to downtown," said Tina Kuenzli, owner of Java Joe's Cafe on State St. "Wireless internet access is increasingly important for our customers, and the City's wifi hotspot would meet that need."


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"His store has character, and we need to offer young people a little bit more," said Tina Kuenzli, 41, manager of Java Joe's.


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BINGHAMTON -- Tina Kuenzli's initial advice for would-be entrepreneurs: Don't do it. - 6:05 pm
BINGHAMTON -- Tina Kuenzli's initial advice for would-be entrepreneurs: Don't do it. Kuenzli, owner of Java Joe's on State Street in downtown Binghamton, was allowed to reopen her coffee shop and eatery at 11 a.m. Tuesday after the state shut her down Feb. 22 for unpaid sales taxes. Kuenzli said she and the state are working out a manageable payment plan for the $12,125 owed. The details are being finalized. "I thought I was working with them," she said. Kuenzli declined to discuss the matter. She has owned Java Joe's for six years, although the business has been in operation for more than a decade. Increased food costs, a proposed rise in minimum wage from $7.25 to $8.50 an hour and other costs of doing business in New York make staying afloat tough, she said. Java Joe's has eight employees. "It's very difficult to stay open," she said. Kuenzli has mixed feelings about her experience. "Don't open a small business in New York state because you will be crushed," she said. BINGHAMTON -- Tina Kuenzli's initial advice for would-be entrepreneurs: Don't do it.


www.pressconnects.com

So would Java Joe's owner Tina Kuenzli, whose business opens up onto the patio.
Kuenzli couldn't comment on the stabbing, saying police had told her not to discuss it. Java Joe's normally closes at 4:30 p.m. and doesn't offer alcohol; Kuenzli said she wants no part of the bar business. Even before the stabbing, she had concerns about the commons. She gets to work before dawn to prepare for the breakfast crowd and has seen trash left behind after the crowds move through -- as well as partiers who look too young to be drinking downtown. Business owners such as Eaton, Kuenzli and Wandell want to see the courtyard patrolled when the bars let out.


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