The call for more federal relief funding continues, this time in Binghamton.

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand joined Mayor Rich David and Broome County Executive Jason Garnar on Friday.

They met in front of the Prospect Terrace Fire Department, one of the essential services that could face cuts.

The county executive says whole departments could be at stake if local communities are left out of the next relief package.

"We have 300 county employees that aren't working right now. Either those positions haven't been filled or they're on furlough. We have done what we need to do but we've reached the end of the line," said Garnar.

As of now, the county is facing $18 million in lost revenue and state funding.