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"The association for a better New York in midtown. Rich lamb WCBS, NewsRadio radio eight eighty four thirty-three Transportation Security Administration. Officials say Sunday's large delays at airports, including at LaGuardia were because of the mismanagement of resources and not because of all the TSA agents calling up sick during this down and would screeners possibly missing paychecks on Friday. TSA officials are now nailing down contingency plans. They are aware of this increase in sick call so far it's been a modest number that the agency says has not impacted wait times nationally, but one source tells CBS news there is a lot of concern about things hitting a tipping point at some point the screeners will need to get a paycheck, and at that point may stop coming to work may be forced to look for other jobs at CBS news transportation correspondent Kris van cleave. The state level up in Albany lawmakers in the democratic controlled New York legislature are taking another stab at having the. President's name removed from a state park. That's already shut down Manhattan. State. Senator Brad Hoyle men in queens, assemblywoman ne-near Rozic introduced a Bill that would allow the park Commissioner to give Donald J Trump state park. Another name back in two thousand six he donated four hundred sixty three acres of undeveloped land straddling the Putnam, Westchester county borders but budget cuts led to the park being closed for years later, and it never reopened not on the states officials state park lists now this'll be the third try to change the name to other bills to remove Trump lame from the park never made it out of committee the past two sessions. CBS news time four thirty four flags right now flying at half staff outside all New York City buildings and funeral. Arrangements are being made now after an F D N Y firefighter, die while on duty on the Bill Parkway. Firefighters Stephen Pollard was a man of few words, if we got a sentence out of and it was a big it was a big thing. But you know, what he got his job done. And we knew we know who's happy to be here. His captain Jimmy Quinn says in the time he was here at ladder. One seventy Pollard with someone who could be relied on to not only do the work, but do it right? The thirty year old died Sunday night after trying to save people trapped in their cars after a crash he fell from it overpass on the belt Parkway since then captain Quinn says tributes have been pouring in the phone calls the tax people stop and by giving you a hug. Dropping."