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Binghamton, Endicott, and Johnson City are collectively refered to as the "triple cities". However, Binghamton is the only actual city, as Johnson City and Endicott both have a village form of government. However, Endicott has a population of around 13,000 while Johnson City has a population of around 15,500. Thus a bit large in the spectrum of village populations in New York. Salamanca, NY in the southwestern New York has a population of less than half that and has a city form of government. Thus enabling it to be the only city in the United States on an indian reservation.