Doug Gaul, Mike Snyder, Austin Salvation Army discussed on Rush Limbaugh


Tonight as an audiology center does financial crisis will go under the microscope tonight at city hall mayor Doug Gaul says the forty eight city workers laid off last week were victims of the financial impact of coronavirus but councilmember Mike Snyder is not buying that and he says the real culprit is months of inaction for mayor golf and mayor pro tem Tom Hines forty people lost their jobs many of those that stayed took pay cuts our employees and our tax paying citizens deserve and demand elected people who will work to do what is right he says Gaul and Hines either resign or he'll initiate a recall petition council tonight will also consider changing the status of those forty eight workers which would then help them qualify for up to four months back a recent report of a person testing positive for cove in nineteen of the downtown Austin salvation army as again stoked fears that the virus could easily run through the homeless population Austin public health director Stephanie Hayden says it's also a concern for groups that hand out meals how can we provide whether it's meals or protective equipment to our partners so they can stand back up their operations and be able to provide those meals routine clean ups of camps will continue now the city is also installing hand washing stations and portable restrooms at some of those camps thousands of UT students returning to class today but not to the classroom senior vice provost Larry Singh gal says all classes are now online and other campus operations have also shifted online wherever possible and where not possible we're focusing on critical operations were clear social distancing precautions including research labs and facilities grading systems are still being worked out for certain majors and while tuition will not be reimbursed other costs like parking.

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