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"16 acres" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:29 min | 2 months ago

"16 acres" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"The other power collapsed me to go out ready to collapse. Second I In my mind, um, had to Be resolved with death. Regina Wilson was on the street below the tower. She was with engine to 19 in her second year as a firefighter, and I prayed and then I just Acts got to just protect me. And then if he couldn't I knew that I would die. Doing what I love inside the collapsing north tower. The men of engine 39 were caught in a stairwell and it started out slow boom. Boom boom. Then it got quicker where it was just like that that that bomb coming down Jeff Koenig, Leo and Jamie at the Miatas were on the stairs near the ground floor with 110 floors above them. It took 10 seconds for it to come down, but it felt like 10 minutes. I saw I was in the back ground of a funeral. I saw my casket. I saw my parents, my wife sitting in the front. And as I'm watching this, I'm like, all right, it's going to be quick. I'm just waiting for something to tap my shoulder and figure I'll feel attacked and that will be it will be gone. You know we're not going to suffer. James McGlynn and Bob Bacon were in the same stairwell. You know that the wind actually came up the stairwell. We have blooming into the air and the landing that I was on just disintegrated underneath me. And I kind of bounced back and forth and hanging from like a pipe. I think I said a couple of prayers and said, God, please get us out of you. They're fragment of an intact stairwell lay upon a mountain of misery. 16 acres of wreckage. 91 crushed F D N y vehicles. And quiet. Like the first heavy snow of winter. Every once in a while. You hear the radio dispatch on the radio trying to contact somebody. I went in announcing any division or any staff chief at the team in the World Trade Center cake. Silence spoke of unimaginable loss. Any division chief of staff to the scene of any of the World Trade Center. Okay?.

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"16 acres" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:31 min | 2 months ago

"16 acres" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Kind of made it easier for me because they realized that I was Constantly coming back to the South. And they could see that I was building up a body of work that would show the history in the making of this building. Scott you wrote in the book, The War to Rebuild Ground zero wasn't and never had been about honoring the memory of 9 11 or recapturing the skyline are standing up to terrorism. It was about money and power and power and money, not to mention money and power. And to your point you know this was going to be a 10 year project. What was your first inkling? As a journalist, the Spidey sense that goes up the hairs on the back of your neck. That this was going to be A long process. The fact that that with two things one was the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, which Which owns that 6 16 acres. And which owned the World Trade Center. At least two silver state. Uh, absolutely refused to even talk about access. It seems extraordinary to me that quasi governmental public agency And they had lost scores of of their own people. On 9 11, but this was 2005 and it was history. And Esquire goes back to 1933 is certainly a well established. Well respected title. I I couldn't fathom the absolute Stonewall the unwillingness to even discuss Doing one story, much less a series. And I think I think the other thing that that was really a surprise and unhappy surprise was that despite the fact That plans had been laid a cornerstone had been laid. Uh, some of the pre engineering where the columns were going to be had been on hold and would be on hold for months and no one knew what it was because the NYPD Found the plan for that tower, which was the second version was not built. Was way too close to West Street for the NYPD s liking, among other issues. Uh, all of this, Uh, Astonished me because this is 2000 and five We're talking about, you know, four years later. And it's It's a lot bigger than venez owning dispute, so I was for mix. It was a blessing in disguise. It gave me time. You know, to meet people who who were avenues of access who could help me get up to speed and to start reading? Not not just the about about, uh, Building a skyscraper but about the history of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. And a lot of the other things you know surrounding downtown. New York Wall Street, the anarchist bombings of 1920 year It gave me a chance to immerse myself in background material, so that would At least I could give some context to what was going on down there. My guests are Scott, Rob and Joe will head we're talking about their book once more to the sky, the rebuilding of the World Trade Center. If you go to our instagram at all of it, w N Y C. You can see some of the photographs from the book. We'll have more with Scott and Joe after a quick break. This is all of it. W. N. Y C supporters include truest wealth dedicated to.

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"16 acres" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:37 min | 2 months ago

"16 acres" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I went back in on the Addressed up as a kind of, uh, ironworker, uh, and made my way back in, Um on September 13th and September 14. As well. And I hung out in the command center, which was the high school. Uh, Bedford Stuyvesant High School. And I hung out there for the whole night. Between September 13th and 14th after President Bush had Made his pitch. At the site and I am I made my way in and got in and hung out for about two hours. And then I just felt the whole air. The whole atmosphere was like toxic. Yeah, I sort of Don't At that point. I was like I just said, that's it. I had this all these films floating around in my hard hat. Because I was trying to hide everything. So I just said, I leave now. I got out of here. Let me let me bring nobody scarred into the conversation at Scott, Rabbi. The way I mispronounce your name. Sorry about that. It's gotten the book no worries, you wrote. I decided when I started going down to ground zero that I wasn't going to keep a cool intellectual or professional or political distance from my feelings. About the place. Why did you feel was important for you as a person, but also for you as a journalist to take the stance. I think it innately. I always do, but in particular A story with this much gravity this much grief. This much controversy. By the time I came along in 2005, the foundation For one world trade had been laid, but it was already mired in politics. Uh, background machinations. I had no idea of what I knew. Was that it was hallowed ground that those 16 acres With all the competing forces, including Victims families, people for whom it was and always will be a graveyard a sacred place. That it was a privilege. It was A singular, not overwhelming because everyone everyone has a story to tell. Uh every place has a story. But I was I was just one guy showing up there. You know what one guy Who was going to try to explain how it is literally that a super skyscraper gets built. Gets built on these 16 acres, etcetera. So it it. You know, there was a feeling of humility and and privilege and honour involved. But there was also the sense that there was not going to be, uh, any emotional distance between me and the feelings, flooding both the site and myself. My guest is Scott Rob. Journalist Scott Rob and photographer Joe will head We're talking about the book once more to the sky, the rebuilding of the World Trade Center. If you go to our instagram at all of it, w N Y C. You can see some of the photographs from the book. So, Scott, the book is organizing an interesting way. You know, that's got the section titles and and we can talk about the structure of the book a little bit. Hang on. I'm just gonna get my copy of it here. Sorry, I shouldn't have this marked Um, the titles are, you know it goes chronologically. Uh, the titles are the foundation, the engineers, the blasters, the steel of Time and freedom Tower. Good days at ground zero. The memorial the truth about the World Trade Center, a target in perpetuity. The Freedom Tower is an absolute miracle Epilogue. So while it's chronological, it does seem to have a narrative to it. Scott, what works for you about the structure and when you were thinking about the narrative of the story Well because it was born as a what turned out to be a 10 year series of magazine features I was Esquire. 1997 until 2016 From 2000 and five through 2015 along with, you know other work I did for the magazine. Uh, you know, this literally was a series of seven or 8000. Word features stories and You know, Thank goodness. Great gratitude to Simon and Schuster and to and to Joe, in particular whose photographs ran in the issues of Esquire. Accompanying, you know what were. These features stories so that that really is the core analogy of it. The epilogue. You know, I wrote it the beginning of this year. With the perspective that has come You know, both both with the absolute importance of community and the absolute devastation wrought by Covid, 19 and Not for lack of a better term, the civil unrest that proceeded and permeates our response. To covid, but the structure itself The spine of it, basically are, you know, Still a series of You know its history kind of written in real time. For a monthly magazine that made a unique commitment We did not know Esquire could not have known. At the time that this would be a 10 Year project and that The practical aspects of building the skyscraper at that particular point. Literally. And metaphorically because 3000 people have died. That it would take that long and be that kind of mired in some of the You know the back room wheeling and dealings that drive real estate everywhere but particular and with particular intensity in New York City. Joe as you started to document the rebuilding with photos, first of all at the beginning, How did people feel about having their picture taken the workers and did that change over time? No and Because of my background in construction where I'd spent Attracted to you nearly 15 years working on and off. And in the field. Um I I had a sort of the willingness among the workers. To to document their work. And they were Dave felt that this was a noble endeavor. They were really proud that they were doing this. And.

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"16 acres" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

06:24 min | 2 months ago

"16 acres" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Such as bees, which elephants are fearful of. This can run up to $75 a hive, causing some reluctance. Ibrahim Bacary Gandhi. Is a local farmer behaves are very expensive for small scale farmers like me. I won't be able to afford them because my family is approximately 16 acres so surrounding them with a fence of behave each 10 M apart That will be more than 30 to 40 behaves and I don't have the capability to make them see me was also to tackle the issue of affordability. The government is now offering farmers loans, which only needs to be repaired. After Yeah. It is also encouraging farmers to see the deterrent tools as a new source of income as well. If farmers decided to make the financial investment to get hives they could sell the honey for around $4 a kilo, and a single behave can eventually produce up to 30 kg per year. For now, many are watching with interest but worry of the financial risk it will take to embrace new methods. The BBC's Abu Bakar family in Ranga in Tanzania to receive the Nobel Prize is the gold standard of achievement in whatever professional field of work you're in, including, of course, science. But a few hours ago, several scientists were the recipients of the ignoble awards there a yearly event to now, with the remit being less focused on obvious achievement and more of a tongue in cheek. Did you really study that? It's all in good fun, and the awards are given away by actual Nobel Laureates. So let's find out more about this year's winners who study cats to cockroaches and so much more. The organizer is Marc Abrahams, editor of the Annals of Improbable Research. The biology prize this year went to scientists in Sweden who has spent Enormous amounts of time studying the sounds that cats make. And this is a scientist who spent enormous amounts of time years studying the sounds that people make, so she took all those tools and understanding. That she had applied to people talking, and she studied cats purring yowling, doing everything with exactly the same tools And it's just astounding how much she discovered. Yeah, I was looking down the list. Maui, ensure squeaking, hissing yelling, Fine twiddling Trilling. I'm not really sure what those things are. It's a valid such field of research, isn't it? If you look at the ceremony, there is video of it up on YouTube and all She got her prize and then I couldn't resist asking her to try to make those sounds. So we would all understand. And she did. She made every single one of them and she sounds just like a cat, and they make sense. Twiddling, trilling, murmuring, yelling, moaning. Yeah, howling, howling, growling all of them. Now look full disclosure. I have a beard and I don't think of myself as having a particularly punishable face, but there may apparently be a link. Yeah, This is a team of scientists in Utah. Who get a lot of careful work to try to figure out whether having a beard in any way protects you. It more than not having a beard from somebody punching you in the face, and what they discovered is that the beard does in fact absorb Some of the energy so it protects at least a little bit. And this all started from a conversation 10 years ago, one of them got into with another scientist about sperm whales. About the sperm whales, Um, butting heads and and how that could possibly have evolved. And somehow the conversation took a very strong left. Turn or right turn. I don't know which And got into an extremely heated discussion about whether the human fist aimed at a human face was something that evolved, Uh in and you know, enormous amounts of time. So that, um, the beards um May have saved some of our ancestors and made it possible for us to be here. So that's what that research was about. Two people who win Okay, quite special prize. Oh, yes, they do. They get an egg Nobel prize. First of all. Which is a different design every year. It's always made from extremely cheap materials. And they also get some money. You know, we have no money. So for the 1st 20 years or so, the Nobel Prize we couldn't give them any cash. But then we figured out how to do it, and now each winning team gets $10 trillion They get a $10 trillion bill from Zimbabwe. Does everybody take it in good heart. I mean, it's probably not the prize they were going for when they started their scientific research. Um, I think most people aren't really doing anything. Uh, consciously. Intending to have a prize be the result. There's always hope, but yeah, a big part of the egg Nobel Prizes is these are things that turned out to be big surprises so surprising. That when almost anybody hears about one of these things, the first reaction almost automatically is to laugh. And then you start thinking about it. You know, that's the essence of the Nobel Prize is something that to me has always been pretty fascinating is the more I talked to scientists who have gotten famous for what we now regard as very important discoveries in the past. If you really sit down and get them talking about What happened when they began their research. Almost always. The very early stages didn't appear very impressive to most other people. They appeared kind of crazy and ludicrous. And so this this feeling that something is so surprising. It makes you laugh. That's just the beginning of anything, almost anything that people do. That's the first stage and then every once in a while something turns out to be important. And then years later, everybody forgets that these important things didn't always seem important. And nobody laughs at them. Of course, once they're important, but we were laughing. I think it's some of those ignoble awards. That was Marc Abrahams, editor of the Annals of Improbable Research. Other winners looked at bacteria on chewing gum will have.

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"16 acres" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:21 min | 5 months ago

"16 acres" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"A piece of Swifty's blank space music video hitting the auction block. Taylor Swift, Of course, the Woolworth s state She used for the interior shots of the 2014 video is headed to auction with the price of a price tag of at least $7 million. A Long Island home was listed for almost 20 million, but got pulled off the market for the July 12th auction the more than 32,000 Square Foot mansion. Has, uh 12 bedrooms. 32,000 Square. 12 12 bedroom sits on 16 acres of land. Kogo news time. 6 55 Time for news about your money with Celia is brought to you by bay Alarm Best in the business, business security and the economic recovery still has a ways to go. Well, guys, don't be fooled by the super strong jobs report this week. The number I just told you this morning 850,000 whopping number of new jobs created but the unemployment number one up. How did that happen? Well, it's part of the great resignation. Plus, we've got those expanded unemployment benefits keeping people at home. So America's labor market problems which are millions unemployed worker shortages, worries about childcare and health risks are going to persist through the summer. At least. That's according to most experts, even though the U. S job market is rapidly improving the economy because of the problems I just discussed are still far from back to normal businesses are struggling to find workers. That's in part because America's jobs mismatch issue is here to stay, at least for now, Businesses is ramping up to cater to the newly revived pent up demand, and employers can't hire workers fast enough, and many who are looking for work or holding out for companies to pay more. Some are able to be picky because a special pandemic unemployment benefits are going to expire in September. So bottom line the economic recovery still has a ways to go. Dow Jones NASDAQ s and P all in the right direction, fact S and P and NASDAQ and Record territory. Dow Jones 6 34,087 up 54 points s and P up a quarter of a percent 43 30 there. That's a record NASDAQ up 62 to 14 5 85. That's a record and we're looking solid on Wall Street here coming up at 7 25. I'll tell you what is driving the market this morning. Coming up. Sounds good, Sully. So are you planning to travel this holiday weekend? We've got that coming up plus your traffic Your updated Fourth of July forecast. Kogo news time is 6 57. I want to introduce you. The.

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"16 acres" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:31 min | 6 months ago

"16 acres" Discussed on WTOP

"And Twining Lane was last listed at just over $1.1 million nearly $400,000 less than its Zillow estimate. This is where a painter's assistant killed five people in 1995. Matt, allegedly a real estate lawyer with Shulman Rogers in Potomac, says while the listing agent or broker in Maryland must disclose so called material facts about a home homicide, suicide, accidental death natural DEATH felony. Those are not material facts in Maryland as a matter of statute as a matter of law. This house is now listed as under contract in Potomac, John Aaron W. T. O P News proposed development at the village of ST Louis and Loudon County has It is a historic African American community that dates back to the 18 hundreds developer Mo Jacks. L L. C wants to build homes on 16 Acres that community members anticipate will cause water supply, home affordability and traffic issues. Loudon County supervisors heard their concerns Wednesday. Board of Supervisors Chair Phyllis Randall is also the issue of if you build out there is going to raise the taxes of people out there already who cannot afford to pay. The taxes were basically Allowing gentrification resident Sean Clancy says ST Louis is more than a crossroads from Purcellville to Middelburg, and it can't be forgotten anymore because it is threatened, threatened by developers with money on their minds. Matt Small w T o P News Stick around for sports. That's next 11 14. You work hard for every dollar you.

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"16 acres" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:10 min | 6 months ago

"16 acres" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Know there's 20 offers on the table, they will still come in at list price, and those might be those part time agents or You know, they didn't take the time to do any research. You have some of those that hang out in the middle, but you really have, like your top five That you know will be in the running. But you still put everything in the spreadsheet and you're still gonna present itself to present all offers. But those those bottom offers you must feel bad for the buyers because you know that they have no shot in this market. If those of the type of offers they're being submitted on their behalf, So I'm sure that we have some real estate agents out there listening to the show. As I know we do in the past on, I'm sure there's probably some homeowners that wanted by maybe it's the first time homeowners. What kind of advice number one would you all give to a real estate agent? If he has a buyer That doesn't really have a big down payment, maybe of just 3% of 3.5%. And they're looking to go out and buy a home here. What is the advice to give you give them now with the market? This historical thing historical changes happening right now. Yes. So it would just take the time to educate the client right? And so if if the agent doesn't feel educated than educate themselves first, but they need to get to a place where they can really thoroughly educate the client. And instead of saying, Yeah, let's go out and look at the five homes that are in your price range. You say Let's sit down and you know, we call it a buyer Consul, but spend the hour or hour and a half. Going through the mechanics of how things work where the challenges are What you know in their sub market. Let's look, let's look in the last 30 days and see what's close and how much they're closing over. Ask Price and understand, you know, did it taking appraisal way? A full of praise away were to win this battle. So how much cash did all these buyers have to have? And if that's their weak point, right if the down payment is their weak spot, then help him identify. Okay here. Some of the Categories that you can play the these air the these other avenues that are open for you to finding house and said, I'm sure for the buyer's agent. It feels good to put it off for in on the house, right. We're putting it off from there until you're saying there's a chance, right? But if you know of front that is not gonna work. It's expectation setting, right? Absolutely. Yeah. Also, I think it's on us as agents to one not just submit blind offers, but try and call around and build rapport with other agents. One. Sometimes you get information that can help you when you're structuring your offer to when you're known as being an agent that other agents like to work with that. Absolutely helps you out, and it could also work against you when you have a bad reputation that off don't want to get into another transaction with with this agent, and there's hear those some of those old let me get my list, but you need to leave now. But like Kevin said, it comes down to the setting expectations and then also kind of burning the phones and turning every stone over because there are off market properties out there. There's still sellers that don't want 40 people in their house throughout throughout the weekend, and they have a number in mind and were actually connecting on one right now and The first time Homebuyer did not have AH, huge downpayment pie. Not a lot to cover appraisal. We got beat out in several multiple offers. But now we have off market listing that we're going under contract, and they do exist Even in a market that has this little of inventory. You know you're sharing with me earlier about some lumber cost things that you've seen personally with some of your clients building the house. Where would you say you ordered lumber back in November was delivered in January. And how much more was the lumber? I have a dollar like $40,000 more than just one property right? And that's a big surprise, especially if you're building and let's say, flipping houses. They're building houses right to sell and make a profit on. Sometimes that 40,000 could be half your profit arm or you know, or, um or absolutely on that house waiting on the lumber charges that I've been talking some of the builders out there that it's not just the the roofing materials and things like that. They're shortage. But Windows are also becoming a problem to houses will set everything. Everything. You wait right there. She rocks way up. Yeah, Labor's hard to get everything is complicated. Very interesting. Our guy's phone number 51283605 90. That's 51283605 90 any. I've got it. I've got a story I want to share with you also one of my guys that's in my office. He's been with me for a very long time. And it actually has been with me for 16 years, almost 17 years now, and his name is Josh. And when he first came to work for me, he just bought a house over in Western Oaks. Right. Um y'all know where that is. Right On earlier today, he texted me. Let's see what I'm trying to look for the text is Yeah, he over in Western oats today, one of our buyers got an offer accepted. The asking price was 599,000. They got it for 806,000 in Western Oaks. So you tell everybody where Western hoaxes and the kind of the history of that and what the typical price ranges in this neighborhood? Yeah, it's and you know, Tim specializes in that area as well. But, um, William Cannon most South on mo Pack, William Cannon kind of in that wedge. Davis, basically. Yep. Yeah, between Davis and Quincannon and this Cartman in that area, And so most of these, are you No 0.15 Point 16 Acre lots. 1822 100 Square Foot house is Um.

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"16 acres" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

09:01 min | 6 months ago

"16 acres" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Seeing what we're telling what we're really Really establishing here, right? It's appalling. It's disgusting, false, nonsensical. This is idiocy. To compare a riot where people were literally taking Selfie is in the capital and running around with smiles and having chats friendly chats in some cases with Capitol police. Yes, I know. There were people outside that were that were punching and kicking some answers. Yes, I know. There were some riders BLM and the left punches and kicks officers like it's nothing all the time all over the country, hundreds and hundreds of times the last year alone. Mob violence is a part of the Democratic Party's approach. The power. And yet they really think they're gonna lecture us forever. About January six. How many people did the Capitol Hill riders kill on January six? There's only one Accurate answer to that question, and it is zero Zero. How many uses of lethal force even occurred by the January six riders zero How many people died that day Total Actually, Babbitt. Unarmed woman. Shot through the neck. By a Capitol Hill police officer who drew his weapon on video gave no warning and shot. Through a door. That is what happened. These are all facts. Now, let's go back to this comparison of January, 6th. With 9 11. Why would I even give why would even give my breath of this? Why even spend time on this? Because this is the central Democrat Party narrative of the moment. The fact that they have this quasi I senile buffoon. Joe Biden this sub mediocrity as the commander in chief. We can all see that they're a bunch of Marxist loons and they're ruining the country on their policies are idiotic and we see this all playing out before us. How do they try to win the political fight? Bye. Just pointing to January six and saying, See This is what we're up against. And it's worse than that, too. They point to January 6th in order to justify the crackdown. They point to January six and say Donald Trump must be prevented from even being able to run again. His supporters should be monitored on social media. The people who voted for him should be suspect their loyalty question to this country. That's the purpose of the January 6th narrative. Well, let's take a look back. That reality and history. With this Debra Burlingame Wall Street Journal. Bed. They want to compare January 6 to 9 11. Let's see how that actually compares. Quote. There are countless heroin stories of death destruction and heartbreaking loss from 9 11. More than 3000 Children lost parents. Young Children were killed on the plane's recovery personnel found 19,000 human remains scattered all over lower Manhattan from river to river. Including on rooftops and window ledges. Victim's remains were still being recovered years later by utility workers and construction crews. Some families received so many notifications of remains that they couldn't take it anymore and asked for them to stop. More than 1100 families received nothing their love ones went to work that morning and disappeared. And quote. I'm sorry, but I don't care if she tears up. I don't care if she's going to tell us that she thought that it was all over a low C's trauma among other members of Congress. At the thought of something bad happening at the Capitol when they weren't even in the Capitol building with Rotondo, or they were near it when this was happening. Is not the same thing as thousands of people incinerated or crushed in a mask Terrorist attack. In New York and Washington. D C by enemies who seek our total annihilation to this day, I might add. And to compare the two things is outrageous and disgusting and dishonorable. And people who do should do so deserve your contempt. The Democrat Party is building a central narrative off why they should be in power. And why they should have the right to oppress you. The narrative is built upon lies they are worthy of your contempt. Article goes on. It's act brought down our nationwide aviation system shut down the New York Stock Exchange for days destroyed or rendered uninhabitable 16 acres of lower Manhattan, including underground subway and commuter lines, and destroyed a section of the Pentagon. Rebuilding at ground zero is still incomplete and U. S troops are still in Afghanistan. In January, 6th Congress resumed its session that evening. It is deeply offensive and sad that the brutal and harrowing memories of the worst terrorist attack in American history are being deployed by part of political partisans. They are using 9 11 not as an example of what the American people enjoyed and overcame together, but explicitly to divide to stoke hatred and to further a political agenda. Aimed at stigmatizing the other party and marginalizing ordinary Americans from participating in the political process that is the real threat to democracy. It should matter that the vast majority of the people who went to the capital protest that day didn't believe they were there to overthrow the U. S government or it must now be said to kill anyone. There have been real terrorist attacks on the capital, but those must be for gotten because they came from the political left. 1971 the Weather Underground, a Marxist Leninist terror group, whose goal was the overthrow of the U. S government through violent armed revolution blasted a hole through the ceiling on the Senate side of the complex. It also bombed the Pentagon and 1972 on the state Department in 1975. 1954 4, Puerto Rican nationalists opened fire with automatic weapons from the House Visitors Gallery with members in the chamber for a quorum call. Five representatives were wounded, including one Alvin Morel Bentley of Michigan, who was hit in the chest. Perpetrators received sentences ranging from 50 to 75 years. One was released in 1978 and President Carter granted clemency to the others the following year. Of course, One week after the shooting, the house was back to business as usual. That was a time when more members of Congress had served in the military. And with the world still recovering from World War 21 doubts that anyone like in the attack to Pearl Harbor or the Battle of Iwo Jima. We're living in perilous times when a modern democracy deploys forces of intimidation, whether government, corporate media or cultural institutions to promote the ruling majorities, propaganda. It is a good it is time for a good people to stand up an object. The world changing attack of September 11 2001 shouldn't be used either as president or moral authority to create a commission whose sole purpose is to turn a straightforward law enforcement failure into destructive political theater and quote Debra Burlingame in The Wall Street Journal, one of the best most important op EDS I have read in years. Not long ago I met Mike.

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"16 acres" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

07:27 min | 6 months ago

"16 acres" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Making an observation. I didn't. No, I didn't say I didn't like it. I didn't say I liked it. I simply made an observation. It was chilly this morning. Well, I'm sorry. You You've got the chills. As I as I left the bedroom to go to the shower, I had to go through a different section of the house. And that was where all the windows were open. And it was quite chilly as I made my way to the shower very early this morning was very early was yes. Mm. Which leads me to my next question tomorrow. Could be feels summer like now, that's just a knob. Survey. Shin Just an observation. Well, it's a good observation. One of the first good observations you've had in quite a while. You're gonna be 86 to 90 degrees tomorrow, and we may have a shower in a thunderstorm. Later tomorrow, huh? And does that mean that then that hot weather goes away after that thunder shower? Well, you know another good observation. Yes, because Thursday will be cooler, huh? Wasn't be chilly, Tommy. I don't think so. Unless you your definition of Chile is different from mine. 78 to 82. Is that chili? No, that's lovely. I'll take that weather. Speaking of chili when you have chili, What temperature? Do you serve that? I don't know, Kathy, you know, Kathy takes care of that. Is the chili Chili, or is it hot? Oh, no, It's hot. It's hot. Oh, it Zou like hot chili. I do. I like spicy chili, too. I like it. Spot fight Hot chili? Yep. No, I like it like that. Which leads me to a question. What is that? What is the difference in your lingo between spicy and hot? Well, you know, that's interesting because Kathy, who has a degree in Spanish. And they're two different words. To describe Hot. As it pertains to temperature and spice in the Spanish language, But there really isn't in the English language. If you say something is hot, that means that's It could be spicy or its temperature could be hot. Huh? Now, if it gets to 90 tomorrow. Are you going to tell people boy? It's spicing it it Yeah. No, You're not. No, I'm gonna say it's hot. But in Spanish, there's two different words. But on J a spicy What is it? The context Spice can teii And Callie and Day. I think it's highly entertained. Thinks we go. Maybe I I'd have to ask Cathy I don't have to ask Cappie. You can ask me goes fire time, Tommy be Ph. D in Spanish. I don't think you have a Sunday and Italian B A in Russian and Bs and everything else. Yeah. Victor Victor got his BS from Fordham over the weekend. But you actually was in science. So so count that is a B s not the Bs degree that you have. Mm hmm. And actually, I must say, I have a B s degree, too. Yes, e D. Oh, Hey, Tommy. Here's here's something for both You and I Today is National wine Day. I think you should pick up the duck A nice bottle of wine. Wait a second. What? Mother's Day I gather two cases of why you did what a good boy you are. Mm. That's lovely. Was it a good wine? Oh, yes. And one was the Chilean wine and the other one was from each Alya well, because she likes the Tuscan reds and soda. Why? But I'm not a wine drinker. No, you do have it once in a while, though. Once in a while. Yes. You know, I am in een ologists, though. What's in the knowledge ist? It's someone who produces great to make lying, would you? Danny, could you look up enologist? Cause I'm shocked. That that that word exists and that he may actually be telling the truth. Sadly, he is, wow. Any knowledge is an expert in the science of wine, Specifically the chemistry and biology behind making good wine. The responsibilities different Tween winery to winery based on factors such as wind every size types of news bubble. Wow. It's never believed me. So I mean, I just really I never heard that explain that expression. I never heard it. All right. Well, you well, you probably should know that I do have this is a very little known fact. Here we go. I I have 16 acres of vineyards in custody. If you did, buddy, I'd be saying, Let's get a plane ticket and let's go. Yes, it's it's right near Sienna where they have that great horse race. Kallio. I know Cathy Cathy has that on the bucket list. The pah Leo They do it twice twice in the summer, and she wants to go to the Palios. I would love that. I've been in that square when we went to Italy. I went to that square in Sienna where they hold that, but I didn't. But we weren't there for the race now. Yeah, well in my days as in a question, and I want brand the polio in the pah Leo, If if we rider the riders ride bareback that there's no saddle. If the rider falls off the horse. And the horse crosses the finish line first. It's a win. The rider does not have to be on the horse for the win. How do you like that? That's right. Yeah, I would fall off anyway, because it could only help the horse with all my extra weight on it. You know, I take the dive so the horse could win. Yeah, That's a good point that you brought up because when I ran the Palacio, I would not with the horse. I wouldn't quit. The questions so that they would fall off the horse. But there they do. I mean it. Zahhar US race devoted to the T O to the Virgin mother to marry. And yet it's probably one of the most violent horse races you'll ever see. Because they do. It's the fastest and then it's like a It's like it's like a cross between the Kentucky Derby. And a demolition derby. It truly is all right. Well, now that we've covered the world and all of the events in the world, and you're you're 14 Acres near Sienna where you grow break 16 acres. Sorry, Could.

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"16 acres" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

04:26 min | 6 months ago

"16 acres" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Re emerge from more than a year of isolation. There's a lot to navigate and relearn. I feel like I'll be facing a kind of reverse culture shock. I feel like I've lost the ability to smoothly converse with other people. This is different than it was before. This is going to be different than it was before. How to human again this afternoon on all things considered from NPR news this afternoon at four o'clock right here on these 88 7, you can listen to us on your favorite devices at home. Just tell your smart speaker to play Houston Public media. Is the Texas standard. I'm David Brown. Heart of Houston's new innovation district is scheduled open later this year. It's called the Ion as in the positive charge of a particle and a suffix to words like creation, innovation, inclusion and collaboration. But for all the positivity surrounding the project, major questions and unresolved issues remain as Houston public media's Florian Martin reports. The Ion is housed in the former serious building that stood here in midtown for more than 70 years until it closed in 2018 interim executive director Yang Odegard gives me a tour of the construction site is a five story building. And rather than raising the old Sears, it's being remodeled on for most Houstonians that came up to this now, the only thing they will recognize It's the pink granite you see in the bottom because everything else was covered up. The whole building was previously covered with aluminum cladding. Now you can see the original art deco walls with colorful tiles. Probably the biggest changes the many windows. The Sears only had very few very narrow ones. You didn't want exterior light inside. You wanted to control lighting because you wanted the person to walk in. Forget the passage of time because you wanted them to shop that will be different now. A sky roof and surest light gets from the top all the way down to the basement where there are classrooms for free workshops and training. The first floor will have restaurants, bars and a coffee shop and then the upper floors will be for entrepreneurs think about startups. One person with that idea down here as soon as they need an office. They go to the second floor. We have an office. The company get some serious. I am serious. Be funding. They need a bigger office space. They could move to third floor when they really make it big. They want to have a space on the fourth or fifth floor. There the applause out with seats and tables with electric outlets under trees outside the building across the street and what used to be a fiesta market. The climate tech incubator green town lapse opened last month. And more developments or planned on the 16 acres side that includes the ion. But while city leaders are celebrating the developing innovation district, not everybody is on board, and Egan is the former director of Rice University's McNair Center for Entrepreneurship. He agrees the city needs an innovation district. He has long argued that the location in an underdeveloped part of town will be detrimental to the city's effort to improve its startup ecosystem. We wanted it Somewhere. Still, hopes were already thriving. Where, where there was everything that the started would need, where there were no secondary objections, but it wasn't about urban renewal or something else. Instead, it was about building the maximum possible value in the startup community. A study by Egon estimates that because of the innovation district's location, Houston could lose out on more than half a billion dollars in economic activity. Sarafina Leilani is with Houston Exponential, a nonprofit created to improve the city's innovation culture she sees the Ion is just one of several innovation hubs throughout the sprawling city. What's happening on that the West Side of town with the cannon. The Founders district is another one of these examples and very soon that will be announced. Another project of this nature called Rich city. But there's another group that has an issue with the Ion. A coalition of community groups has been raising concerns about gentrification off the historically African American third war just adjacent to the district. Laura's Rogers is a longtime resident and part of the Houston Coalition for Equitable Development Without Displacement, You know, I hear people talking about well, this is going to benefit the whole city. Yes, it is, but there's a cost to that. And the community that's going to pay the major cost to it is going to be the residents of their war. Her group has been trying to get rice management to enter into a community benefits agreement with them, which they commit to supporting affordable housing and creating jobs and tech opportunities for residents. Rogers says they will have a meeting.

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"16 acres" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:09 min | 7 months ago

"16 acres" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Now. Global News Update. Former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show, Vin is facing even more federal civil rights charges. The Department of Justice says the ex cop who was convicted of killing George Floyd also violated a 14 year olds civil rights in September. 2017 prosecutors say show even hit the teen with a flashlight in the head and then held them down by the throat. Earlier today show Vernon, three other ex cops were hit with charges for allegedly violating George Floyd's civil rights. President. Biden is reacting to the April jobs report. Speaking from the White House, the president said the climb is steep. We never thought that after the 1st 50 or 60 days, everything would be fine today, There's more evidence our economy's moving in the right direction. It is clear. We have a long way to go. The economy added 266,000 jobs in April, far below expectations. The CDC is acknowledging covert 19 is spread through airborne transmission instead of close contact. Officials say transmission occurs by inhaling very fine respiratory droplets and by touching contaminated hands to one's mouth, nose or eyes. Additionally, the CDC says the virus can be inhaled even when one is more than six FT. Away from an infected individual more than 200,000 smoke detectors are being recalled because they may not be getting the job done. Some 226,000 smoke detectors and smoke carbon monoxide alarms made by Kida. True sense are being recalled because they failed to alert consumers to a fire. The seven alarm models were sold at Wal Mart, Home Depot, Amazon and other stores between May of 20. 19 and last September, Kida is offering free replacements, but the Consumer Product Safety Commission says you should keep using that re called alarm until the replacement arrives. I'm Rory O'Neill at the closing bell, the Dow was up 228 points. The 34 7 76, the S and P added 31 points to 40 to 32 I'm Brian Shook Vice President Harris and the president of Mexico are pledging Tau work together to solve border problems, including the flood of migration to the U. S. Harris and President Lopez Obrador held a virtual meeting at the White House. During remarks at a photo op with reporters, Harris cited of mutual interest to provide immediate relief to the Northern Triangle and to address the root causes of migration to the U. S. On the heels of her recent announcement of not seeking re election, Atlanta's mayor said, it's time to pass the baton to someone else more from Liz Kennedy, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said during a Friday press conference. Her decision not to run for a second term was abundantly clear, but as to what her plan is after she leaves off Office. I don't know what's next for me personally and for our family. The 51 year old was elected in 2017 and is considered a rising star in the Democratic Party. When asked if she would be interested in a role in the Biden administration. After she leaves office, Mayor Lance Bottoms said. You know, we'll we'll see I'm Liz Kennedy, New York City's iconic Lincoln Center is putting down the finishing touches for its summer programs. Lisa G. Reports Lincoln Center's turning its famous Lhasa and to a park complete with soy based fake grass as part of its outdoor concerts. The grounds will also be able to be used for lounging with installed curved furniture and benches. According to officials. There will be at least 150 events planned in 10 spaces across 16 Acres Papa performances start Monday and will take place through the fall and ancient portrait of a historical Roman figure is being studied after it was discovered in an Italian town. An archaeologist found the marble head of Augustus last week while helping restore a medieval wall in east Sarnia. Augustus was Rome's first emperor and CNN reports The artifact dates back to between 20 BC and 10 A D. It was likely part of a larger statue. I'm Brian shook. And I'm Charlie Paella Tap Bloomberg World headquarters a day of records on Wall Street. Stocks rallied after surprisingly weak jobs data eased fears about higher inflation and a cutback in stimulus. All major groups in the S and P 500 index rose with energy, real estate and industrial shares, leading the charge. As for what the jobs data means for the Federal Reserve, Jill Carrie Hall is US equity strategist that B of a securities. I think it keeps the Fed delish in our house view is that we're not expecting the Fed jury's reached until second half of 2023 so reinforces the dovish bias there. And Michael Collins is senior portfolio manager of P. Jim. Everybody's been assuming we could get a million a million A million. You know jobs every month and yeah, there's all these other technical reasons and people around the sidelines. A lot of people don't need to work because you're getting all these checks their supply shortages. There are some mismatches Administration reaction from Labor Secretary Marty Walsh to parts of numbers is that Leisure economy, which includes.

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"16 acres" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:09 min | 7 months ago

"16 acres" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"New law requires Arizona high schools and colleges to print a suicide prevention hotline Number on student ideas. Starting July 1st. We're taking a look now what leads teens to want to end their lives? Nikki Kuhns with Teen Lifeline explains. They have really three main areas of their life that affect them at any given time. So that's their family, their peers and friends and school, she says. Team Suicidal thoughts could stem from that or from a feeling of pain. They can't escape. They feel like they can't get through or out of something, or they just need it to slow down or stop. She believes having a suicide prevention phone number, like the one from teen lifeline on school ideas will help students. No. Where to go for help Chris, sell the city. No Katya or news. It's time now, for the KT our timeline with seasons meister. He is brought to you by the husband, Wife Law team of rare law protecting the rights of seriously injured in Arizona since 1996 It's April 27 On this day in 2006 Construction started on the Freedom Tower after the World Trade Center towers fell on 9 11. The New York skyline felt like it just had something missing. So when the complex was rebuilt, the building called one World Trade Center was designed is the tallest skyscraper in the city. It's actually the tallest building in the United States and the entire Western Hemisphere, but it's only the seventh tallest in the world. It's total height is 1776 ft, a reference to the year when the declaration of Independence was signed? It stands in the northwest corner of the 16 Acre complex 104 floors high but only has 94 actual stories on Lee. But the cost to build the tower a little less than $4 billion, made it the most expensive building in the world At the time. It's more than just an office building. It's a way to remember what we lost and how we came together to build something great, and we started building on this day in 2006. Those wrecks have tumbled into the double digit category. Here's detour down in the Valley Chevy dealers traffic center. That's a lot of Rex right now. That's a lot of toad trucks. That's a lot of troopers and a lot of brake lights right now. Thank goodness the majority of those wrecks are on the surface streets that a couple of Mara on the freeways and two of them in particular, I'm the one on one. Westbound and 64th street and westbound west of 35th Avenue injury crash in both locations. But in each case, the wrecks were moved off to the right. We do have a crash up in the North Valley that just came in over on the ice 17 up near Bell Road. Looks like it may be on Bell Road just west of the 17th at 28th Avenue. We've also got a long list of service tree director of 35th Avenue and Dunlap, Peoria West 43rd Avenue. L'm, a school in Chandler Heights and 59th Avenue and Thomas just to name a field just traveled before prompted by Staples, Staples has reduced everyday prices on paper. Now remove staples to read Copy paper is just 3 99 shop.

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"16 acres" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:55 min | 10 months ago

"16 acres" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Continues to pummel the nation's economy, There are troubling signs that more people are slipping into homelessness. NPR's Adrian Florido visited Park in Los Angeles, where this is becoming more visible every day. Echo Park is one of Ella's iconic public spaces. It has a big lake lined by palm trees and a postcard view of the downtown skyline. It's always had a small homeless community. But in the last few months, people sleeping in tents have filled half of the park's 16 acres. Jesse Brandy moved in four months ago after losing his job programming office phone systems. Everything's closed. Businesses aren't putting any effort into you know, telephone lines in programming those systems out of work. He couldn't afford the rent. So that left me with friends going through, you know, house the house and then became a burden. So So he came to the park and pitched a tent. There are people have been here before hand, but a lot of these people right here. This was because of the pandemic. Federal, state and local addiction moratoriums are supposed to be keeping people in their homes, even if they can't pay the rent during the pandemic. It says that who moved into Echo Park over the summer, said a lot of people like him have left their apartments anyway. Rather than fall behind on rent. I didn't want that hanging over me. Even though there was a moratorium on Enter and I didn't technically has to pay it. I'm not making money. So how? While my loading up on death, he said in addiction over back rent would hurt him for years. He recently found a temporary job working the reception desk it a tax preparation firm. Colleagues don't know He lives in the park. Which is why he asked me not to use his last name. Like I met people out here. They had good jobs. And then could the foreground. This pandemic is just, you know, I really hit him hard. There's even like families with kids here, you know, because of the pandemic groups that fan out to do. Homeless counts have put that off for now, making it hard to know how many people the pandemic has already driven to the streets. Just because there's no academic data does not discount our own eyes. Pete White directs the Lay Community Action Network, an anti poverty organization. Us traveling in communities where there were no house with people and there are now informal settlements everywhere. There is no dept that their arm or people on the streets Ella in California have had a homeless crises for years. And while officials are using pandemic relief money to get people inside White fears. What he's saying is just the beginning here and nationally. This crisis will on Lee get worse unless we figure out how to do all we can to keep people who are barely hanging on. In their homes. And for folks who are house list, figuring out cheaper and faster and innovative ways to get people inside. Brenda Modano moved into Echo Park before Christmas and says the community has formed quickly here with weekly meetings and all We get together. We discussed that girls, if anything wrong or what? What's going on? You know how many kids you could have? She was standing with stubble. What soy who was manning a table accepting donations for the parks residents. Shoes, toilet paper soap clothing. Ah, feel crappy about because by doing that I know that I'm helping some other people and that made me happy. So I moved into the park seven months ago, almost for the first time in his life, he said. 35 years after moving here from what they might let you pulled the business card out of his tent who started with so general handyman? I do I do. Drive one painting, plumbing, hardwood floor. That's what I do. So he says that when the pandemic struck work dried up the first night in his tent, he couldn't believe it, but everything happens for every zones. You're gonna get up on my feet. I know that I don't Don't get up. I'm going after I lost everything. He started recycling cans, he says, and scraping jobs together. Little by Little Adrian flooded. NPR NEWS, Los Angeles

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In A Los Angeles Park, Worrying Signs Of Rising Homelessness

All Things Considered

03:55 min | 10 months ago

In A Los Angeles Park, Worrying Signs Of Rising Homelessness

"Continues to pummel the nation's economy, There are troubling signs that more people are slipping into homelessness. NPR's Adrian Florido visited Park in Los Angeles, where this is becoming more visible every day. Echo Park is one of Ella's iconic public spaces. It has a big lake lined by palm trees and a postcard view of the downtown skyline. It's always had a small homeless community. But in the last few months, people sleeping in tents have filled half of the park's 16 acres. Jesse Brandy moved in four months ago after losing his job programming office phone systems. Everything's closed. Businesses aren't putting any effort into you know, telephone lines in programming those systems out of work. He couldn't afford the rent. So that left me with friends going through, you know, house the house and then became a burden. So So he came to the park and pitched a tent. There are people have been here before hand, but a lot of these people right here. This was because of the pandemic. Federal, state and local addiction moratoriums are supposed to be keeping people in their homes, even if they can't pay the rent during the pandemic. It says that who moved into Echo Park over the summer, said a lot of people like him have left their apartments anyway. Rather than fall behind on rent. I didn't want that hanging over me. Even though there was a moratorium on Enter and I didn't technically has to pay it. I'm not making money. So how? While my loading up on death, he said in addiction over back rent would hurt him for years. He recently found a temporary job working the reception desk it a tax preparation firm. Colleagues don't know He lives in the park. Which is why he asked me not to use his last name. Like I met people out here. They had good jobs. And then could the foreground. This pandemic is just, you know, I really hit him hard. There's even like families with kids here, you know, because of the pandemic groups that fan out to do. Homeless counts have put that off for now, making it hard to know how many people the pandemic has already driven to the streets. Just because there's no academic data does not discount our own eyes. Pete White directs the Lay Community Action Network, an anti poverty organization. Us traveling in communities where there were no house with people and there are now informal settlements everywhere. There is no dept that their arm or people on the streets Ella in California have had a homeless crises for years. And while officials are using pandemic relief money to get people inside White fears. What he's saying is just the beginning here and nationally. This crisis will on Lee get worse unless we figure out how to do all we can to keep people who are barely hanging on. In their homes. And for folks who are house list, figuring out cheaper and faster and innovative ways to get people inside. Brenda Modano moved into Echo Park before Christmas and says the community has formed quickly here with weekly meetings and all We get together. We discussed that girls, if anything wrong or what? What's going on? You know how many kids you could have? She was standing with stubble. What soy who was manning a table accepting donations for the parks residents. Shoes, toilet paper soap clothing. Ah, feel crappy about because by doing that I know that I'm helping some other people and that made me happy. So I moved into the park seven months ago, almost for the first time in his life, he said. 35 years after moving here from what they might let you pulled the business card out of his tent who started with so general handyman? I do I do. Drive one painting, plumbing, hardwood floor. That's what I do. So he says that when the pandemic struck work dried up the first night in his tent, he couldn't believe it, but everything happens for every zones. You're gonna get up on my feet. I know that I don't Don't get up. I'm going after I lost everything. He started recycling cans, he says, and scraping jobs together. Little by Little Adrian flooded. NPR NEWS, Los Angeles

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"16 acres" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"16 acres" Discussed on WTOP

"Because they were concerned for their wells, Loudon County Board of Supervisors has voted to buy these 16 acres. Put them in conservation so nobody can build on them. Neighbors are cautiously optimistic, but waiting for the contract to be signed with a developer. In a loud and counting The log Instinct. W T O P NEWS Virginia TECH Plans for a $1 billion computer science Focus campus earned approval today from the City Council. This will involve the construction of six campus buildings in Alexandria's section of Potomac Yard. The new tech campus is part of a promise by the state of Virginia to help fund a tech talent pipeline help staff at Amazon dot com's second headquarters in Arlington Cos. Promising to hire roughly 25,000 workers. Is from the region. Well, this is something you don't see very often a wild police chief. A chase that is involving a mail truck. And it happened last night. A mailman was on Quebec Place near Water Street Northwest just before 7 P.m.. When they lost their keys. A woman found them And when she realized it belonged to a mail truck, she drove away with it. A police chase ensued. She was on ly able to travel a couple of blocks before authorities caught up to her. She eventually pulled over and was arrested on ninth and Kansas Avenue. Andrea Cameron. W T O P News stay with us just ahead in money, news move movie theaters and their fight to stay afloat. It's 10 24. Hello there. It's a great day at exterior. Medics high. I need new sighting. But I want something bright, strong and something that.

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"16 acres" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"16 acres" Discussed on WTOP

"Were the B W Parkway between the two beltways. In traffic moving nicely in both directions on to 70 and rude 50, Steve Dresner, w GOP traffic and now to storm team for meteorologists tomorrow, Theodore everyone Tonight Temperatures are headed in the thirties and forties is gonna be a cold night. Frederick County, Maryland, Loud and Falk here all under a frost advisory. Starting a 2 A.m. tomorrow bring those sensitive plants indoors that will expire at 10 A.m. and then by the afternoon, we're in the mid to upper sixties. Mostly sunny Monday. Lots of clouds highs around 70. Tuesday and Wednesday, much warmer in the mid to mid seventies on Tuesday and the upper seventies by Wednesday, both days plenty of sunshine 53 right now in D. C. 43 in Leesburg and 41 in Frederick, Maryland. Thanks Mara at 10, 21 and outside our studios. It is 53 degree is brought to you by new look home design. No interest in no payments For six months after roofing installation, The DC Board of Elections has been taking an absentee ballots by mail and drop boxes and soon another phase of early voting will begin. 30 to early vote centers will open in the district on Tuesday. October 27th. The latest one to be added to the list is a super vote center at the entertainment and Sports arena in Ward eight. Where voters will walk in at one spot and you walk out the door at the other end of the building. That's me. Such an incredibly a so much more efficient T get voters in and out D. C Board of Elections chair Michael Bennett, and that's the same way the capital one arenas set up capital Arena set up Would you go down one long quarter on you Come in on Sixth Street, and you go out on some mystery. John Aaron W. T. O P. News homes continue to be constructed in Loudon County, one of the fastest growing counties in our region, But it is looking like a controversial batch of new homes will not be built here. Just all brewed 50 past Middleburg is the village of ST Louis. It's the largest historically black village in Loudon County. And it's where 30 new single family homes were about to be building what was being called middle bird preserves. But after two years of opposition from neighbors, in part because they were concerned for their wells, Loudon County Board of Supervisors has voted to buy these 16 acres. Put them in conservation so nobody can build.

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"16 acres" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"16 acres" Discussed on WTOP

"Leader Mitch McConnell says he's scheduling a vote for next week on a targeted Corona virus relief bill. He says the measure will provide money for schools in new money for the paycheck protection program. We will go to the floor again Monday with another effort To try to get an outcome. Even in the midst of this hotly contested Democrats blocked the GOP relief bill last month Reason talks between House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin have stalled. Two major Covad 19 clinical trials have been paused over safety concerns trials for Eli Lilly's antibody treatment and Johnson and Johnson's covert 19 vaccine both put on hold this week. Dr David Agus explains what happens next in several days, the data say to monitoring board, which is the board that reviews the safety of the troublemaker, determination about continuing the trial. Or now. Johnson and Johnson announced that suspending testing on its Corona virus vaccine because of an unexplained illness unclear what the problem was that caused Eli Lilly to delay its test. A former high school football coach's under arrest tonight charge was sexually abusing two players in Montgomery County and police fear there may be more victims, Montgomery County police say the case involves a former assistant varsity football coach at Wooton High School in Rockville, who held the job from 2016 until this year. 26 year old Christopher Papadopoulos of Gaithersburg Is accused of sexually abusing and exploiting one player multiple times as well as sexually abusing and soliciting a second player. Police say the incidents happened after school off school grounds. Anyone who thinks they, too were targeted by Papadopoulos is urged to contact Montgomery County Police. Michelle Bash w T O P news that former coaches now out on $15,000 bond. Loudon County, one of the fastest growing counties in our area that said the county may have to put the brakes on a controversial project. This is the village of ST Louis. It's all approved 50 just past Middleburg. It's the largest historically African American village and Loudon County. Some neighbors here have been fighting to stop construction of 30 single family homes. Part of the concern was for Wells on people's property. But now Loudon County's board of Supervisors has voted to buy that 16 acres of land for $1.5 million and put it under conservation, which means that nobody can build here. Board chair, Phyllis.

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"16 acres" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"16 acres" Discussed on WTOP

"They were also victimized by Papadopoulos is urged to contact the Montgomery County Police Special Victims Investigation Division. Michelle Bash. W T O P News to 11 Louden County keeps on growing, but a plan to build another development is being fiercely fought by locals. And right now it looks like they've made their point. W T. Opie's Neal Augenstein explains why the planned homes were so controversial here just off Route 50 past Middleburg is the village of ST Louis. It's the largest historically black village in Loudon County. And it's where 30 new single family homes were about to be building what was being called middle bird preserves. But after two years of opposition from neighbors, in part because they were concerned for their wells, the Loudon County Board of Supervisors has voted to buy these 16 acres. Put them in conservation so nobody can build on them. Neighbors are cautiously optimistic, but waiting for the contract to be signed with a developer. In Loudon, Counting the Log Instinct w T O p new keeping Maryland bus driver's safe and improving relations with passengers. It's the goal of a new effort being funded with a million bucks from the Feds. Silver Springs International Transportation Learning Center got the grant for the work M dot is also getting some money. It's $675,000 grand is meant to find ways to reduce risks on the rail systems in Baltimore. It is to 13 here on w t. O P. You'll have to find creative ways to get your fried fix in his pandemic Halloween. So how about this nightmare? Alley is providing Ah, haunted drive through experience in Lord, and he will be dispatched him to the trail one vehicle at the time, and they're being pulls down about every 45 seconds or thereabouts. So there's a decent amount of separation between vehicles, even though we're calling it a drive thru it's sort of a drive and stop escenario Joseph Wald in a workhouse. Art center wants.

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