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"board supervisors" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"And Justice says a fight apparently broke out around 5 30, leaving one woman dead and several others wounded. Around the same time we started getting called people being dropped off or driven. Into hospitals around the valley and other medical facilities around the valley that also had gunshot with justice says At this point, the dead woman has not been identified. Detectives are interviewing several witnesses to find out what caused the shooting. Currently no one in custody. Anyone with information is asked to call the Phoenix Police Department. John Roller Katya, our new Maricopa County Board supervisors have canvass the 2020 general election. Certifying the results that they are accurate and provided a full accounting of all the ballots cast in the election in the midst of a pandemic. More than two million Ah historic 80.5 of Maricopa County voters cast a ballot in the general election, including a record breaking 1.1 million voters who visited America Opa County Vote Center. Or a ballot Dropbox. All right out to the roadways right now. Valley Chevy Dealers. Traffic center. Here is Josh K Wreck remains North Bend on the 17th at Thunderbird Road. This one block in a couple of lane's use caution as you come through the area than south bound on state route 51 the transition ramp to the westbound 10 partially blocked because of a crash off the freeways. Police activity is shutting down T them Boulevard between Pinnacle Peak and Joe Max. This report is sponsored by indeed dot com If you need to hire you need indeed you instantly get a list of quality candidates from indeed resume database.
"board supervisors" Discussed on Vicki McKenna
"Gatherings, churches funerals, you name it the right again to enter buildings in the that there has been identified outbreak by the way outbreak is also included in this ordinance, just communicable disease, but outbreak well, there's all kinds of outbreaks out there folks, and if you take a look at the list that the state of Wisconsin has provided in terms of. Eggs, there are plenty of outbreaks that occur that are not substantially going to affect people, outside and immediate and small group and yet Jefferson County would give itself the authority to enact these coney in rules which essentially suspend constitutional rights entirely. For, the purpose of controlling quote and outbreak, what if the outbreak is Clemencia? which is a sexually transmitted disease? Does Jefferson. County want to confer upon itself the Authority to investigate the spread of a sexually transmitted disease. How does it plan to do that? The flu does Jefferson County now want to execute this coney. Thirty to investigate the spread of the flu could then take quote reasonable and effective measures to contain the spread of the flu or of Columbia. What's it GonNa, do what is going to ban people from having sex without a condom. Is it going to force people to have flu vaccinations? We don't know. But counties across Wisconsin are doing things like Jefferson Jefferson. County is one of the worst I've seen and actually blows my mind. It's coming from Jefferson County. You would think this. is something coming from Dane County I'm GonNa. Take a quick break here. We'll be right back. This is the Vicki McKenna show. Hey, it's Mickey McKenna for Pella Windows and doors of Wisconsin. We'll have you been craving. Fresh air and sunshine I bet you after months of being cooped up, you have been while Pella. Windows and doors of Wisconsin is making fresh air and sunshine, easy, beautiful and affordable. You can now replace those. 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To Your County board supervisor wherever you live in the listening audience and ask demand information about this, because in Jefferson, county the one I'm looking at here which by the way includes thirty days in jail, and a five hundred dollar fine for failure to comply I. Mean imagine the empowered Karen's and let's be clear here. covid nineteen is not disappearing. Kobe nineteen likely makes a comeback in the fall. Because one of the things that is, that is making it. That me, allergist anticipate making this less severe right now is the fact that we're all outdoors. Outdoors, we're outdoors spread apart. It's same thing happens with the Monja things happen to happens with the flu. Same things happen. It happens with cold when you get outdoors when it gets warmer, these these these types of communicable diseases spread more slowly. They don't spread as readily so once you all we all get packed back in into our little human happy trails. Expected to come back and that's when these ordinances will then be executed. I've got Joe on the phone from Dodge County Dodge County. Has Tabled Their Ordinance Joe What happened how to Dodge County decide to table the ordinance. World. supervisor's all were meeting and they. Had their. Spokesperson, I don't know from the state or whatever where she exactly was from going over all these proposals on how the ordinance who should be written? And so. You know there's there's is three hundred three hundred fifty people That were all gathered outside telling them you know as a group. You know, vote. No, he on-. Once the started hearing. All the proposals and everything, and once you got on with her thing. We have among Sri of having a number of the county board supervisors that have commonsense, so yeah, they also. Have the knowledge of our rights and our liberties and everything else. That's the that was mentioned a number of times when they were starting to ask question so so joe. The simple answer I think is three hundred to three hundred fifty people showed up. People showed up so this couldn't be done without people knowing about it, and so those county board supervisors were forced to confront their constituents. That's the point here, folks a friend of mine who lives in Lake, Mills emailed me on Jefferson County and said I emailed my county board supervisor and it was the first contact had. First contact on this, because hardly anybody knows about it, and so, what's what's going on at good for Dodge County because I understand that there were some activated citizens in Dodge County, that put up a facebook page and got people alerted to this one. A one other thing that was mentioned by a number of the only board was that they were inundated with phone calls. Previous or prior to the meeting. Thank you Charles Girl. and. There was like I, said those people that were flying the American flag. There was in I mean there is a bunch of people out thought that. They had signs and letting them know that. We think that that is you know. Crazy! Enough find finest I guess out. Of the other things is, these people are not well prepared in there. You know arguments or whatever because I didn't catch the name some lady was. The public health officer of the city of Beaver dam. And so I did my checking and City of assured him does not even have a public health officer so there spouting off things. They really don't know you know talking about when you take them to question on like this. The you know, give you this. You tell by the sound of their voice. It's like I'm smarter than what you are I. Know Better than what you attitude and just gotTa. Stand their face basically and don't let them get by with the intimidation crap. Thank you for calling I. appreciate it because you said three things one show up to email and make phone calls three. Don't back down. Make an I should say four four. Make them answer questions. Make them answer questions so Dodge County tabled its health ordinance as I understand Marathon County. We talked about that crazy one that was going to actually assess twenty five thousand dollar finds. They tabled at why because people showed up. Jefferson Cownie now. It's on you because this. One in Jefferson County allows a health officer to seize people from their homes..
"board supervisors" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Were principally SO in good afternoon governor two quick questions if I may the LA County Board supervisors just pointed inspector general back to take a look at the problem in the system living homes does that continue to be a major concern for you throughout the state and my second question is you looked around and saw all the people enjoying themselves are you worried that perhaps there may be a spike and and all of your your plants will be coal will have to take a backseat at some point yeah I know both very thoughtful questions inappropriate questions to this moment above things are of top concern that we go back to some sense of normalcy with amnesia that we forget the past we forget the fact that we're making a mark of shame in this country that hundred thousand souls have lost their lives that they spend data continues that we're seeing positive number of cases increase not decrease even though we're seeing stability here in the state of California and positivity rates holding strong that doesn't mean we're out of out of this things behind us and that or out of the woods yet and quite the contrary what has made the difference a we believe in the state of California was moving swiftly and acting with a sense of urgency I understand whole mortar and people practicing physical distance in social distancing at scale that we believe led to the stabilization to lead to the stabilization obviously were fearful as people begin to mix people start to congregate together the haven't congregated together that you have few cases flare ups I am transmission that increases and that puts Norma's pressure particularly in some communities in the state that are vulnerable to a modest increase in case load many some of the rural parts of the state and they don't have the hospitalization resources the ventilators I don't have the people and the personal protective gear those are parts of the state were particularly concerned about and will maintain a sense of vigilance as relates to our focus accordingly we're gonna maintain vigilance with regard to.
"board supervisors" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Only yes good afternoon governor two quick questions if I may the LA County Board supervisors just wanted an inspector general that could take a look at the problem in the system living homes does that continue to be a major concern throughout the state and my second question is you looked around and saw all the people enjoying themselves are you worried that perhaps there may be a spike and and all of your your plants will be coal will have to take a backseat at some point yeah I know both very thoughtful questions inappropriate questions to this moment both things are of top concern that we go back to some sense of normalcy with amnesia that we forget the past we forget the fact that we're making a mark of shame in this country that hundred thousand souls have lost their lives that this pandemic continues that we're seeing positive number of cases increase not decrease even though we're seeing stability here in the state of California and positivity rates holding strong that doesn't mean we're out of out of this things behind us and that or out of the woods yet and quite the contrary what has made the difference a we believe in the state of California was moving swiftly and acting with a sense of urgency on or stay at home order and people practicing physical distance in social distancing at scale that we believe led to the stabilization to lead to the stabilization obviously were fearful as people begin to mix people start to congregate together that haven't congregated together that you have few cases flare ups and transmission that increases and diet puts Norma's pressure particularly in some communities in the state that are vulnerable to a modest increase in case load many some of the rural parts of the state they don't have the hospitalization resources the ventilators I don't have the people in the personal protective gear those are parts of the state were particularly concerned about and will maintain a sense of vigilance.
"board supervisors" Discussed on Political Radar
"The same clothing because we recorded these back to back so this one's going to be a little more laid back because we got my good buddy. Tom sieber bird joining us money for having me on oh. It's my pleasure so this is episode three. We're going. We're going to be <hes>. We're going to be doing a deep dive in into politics and we're gonna talk about the political climate. Where are we. We're talk. Money and politics will talk gerrymandering. We'll talk. You know all sorts of stuff like that so tom tell us about yourself well. It's come a long way since their first meeting over inducing yes. I will so just to to talk about that. I was the the budding chairman of the brown county republican party and tom was. I think he would just you your former at that was just leaving. <hes> left the position. I loved the position of the democratic party of brown county chair in two thousand tan but i was on the democratic party wisconsin administrative okay so two thousand ten through two thousand twelve until after i got elected county board that i gave up that position funny thing whatever but <hes> i think at that meeting is the first time someone ever said to me. I'll bring you a membership application. Remember that i do until a lot of my republican yeah my how far i've come. That's for sure that first meeting that's for sure i still got applications. If you want one yeah well yeah. Let's do it so what's your background. What what's my background a good question. <hes> born and raised green bay wisconsin grew up in my family's small business which i purchased and bought which i now own. That's my full time job. I'm also a county board. Supervisors got elected in two thousand twelve currently serve on the on the brown county board where you had served for a term and a couple of months book book into book and so again twenty six it was <hes> it was a good time good experience of so that's kind of that's kind of the general background and <hes> you want a little bit about political history <hes> i my oldest daughter was born in two thousand and four so i decided sided look around a little bit at political landscape what kind of world she's going to grow up in and there are a number of things at the time that i just did not agree with going on before before at that time i was i would say i probably lean democratic. I voted for tommy thompson. I voted for green. <hes> there was one election where i voted for one person of each party just because i didn't think the system was working for the people so we needed shake it up so what better way to do it than making sure everybody puts the name on the ballot get to vote <hes> so <hes> but in two thousand and four you saw george bush president bush at the time roll tanks into iraq and i wasn't one of the people that was down the street saying we can't go to war. We don't fight wars. I understand they're necessary understand. We need to fight them. When it did say was there better be weapons of mass destruction and if they're smart or have have at least one brain cell working though have weapons of mass destruction right over the border and they magically find them smart enough to build the case. You're smart enough to plant the evidence. They didn't even bother they just said we're not even going to bother planning the evidence. We're just going to the complete build up on all the evidence to that war. They just ignored. They just swept it over. Nothing happened yeah. We're in iraq and you can see what a mistake in a boondoggle that was so there was no reason for us to invade iraq and i would i would argue that edited exasperated the terrorism situation at the time and i had i had friends that were over there fighting over there fighting for a personal vendetta not for weapons of mass destruction not to protect our country so that's a pretty powerful place to start realizing politics and how they affect you so <hes> decided to do something involved that was also the time when you're talking more or less about the gay marriage bans. I've got family members in the l._g._b._t. Community me to you realize that when they start talking about them in terms where you can't love somebody just because you can't love who you you wanna love and you gotta somehow high debt or your son how you're not as good as other people you start realizing that your politics matters you votes matter. You need to pay attention. You need to get involved. You need to work to make in your state. Your country your community a better place especially when you have children and you want to make sure that you leave what you've found better than if you wanna leave it better than you founded so the only way to do that through politics and i think you and i were both here the same stories from the from from people around saying that politics this politics bad politics this have you done to make your community a better place. There's a lot of people that want to get involved in politics so we need more people step up to the plate and do it since two thousand four. I've been working to get people elected that i would do a good job not for the party line but to do a good job and to represent the people that they're there to represent so got involved two thousand four and it's been a ride since then. I don't think i've ever publicly said this when i when i first thought about getting involved in politics when i i was out of high school and i wanted to join the military and so i took the as tests and then i remember remember sitting in the recruiter's office in these like you scored whatever you have the world's fingertips what you wanna do and i said i don't want to be involved in intelligence and he said great sounds good go to <hes> <hes> go to milwaukee to your physical blah blah blah well. My neighbor is <hes> is a recruiter for the national guard and you know i talked to him about this stuff and he says you're going to die because i have a life threatening to peanuts and so like the meals that they eat are chuck filipina noel to keep deep soldiers protein levels and everything which makes sense until the next day when did the recruiter's office and he's like i just don't mention that wow and so so i i couldn't and then we talk further and i couldn't i couldn't join and so i wanted to serve my community as well. How do we do that and so that. That's what brought the politics was because i wanna i wanna make the world a better place and i wanted to fight for something and <hes> and i you know the l._g._b._t. Thing that's that's exactly what made me leave the party because in two thousand sixteen electroshock shock therapy and conversion therapy one vote away from being voted on at the floor of republican party's convention for their platform one motorway to to even talk about that at at a county caucus level and ride it up to the state and write it up to you know like that's bull that is ridiculous and when i brought it up to people yeah well you know that's why we have these discussions because but i don't know i'd like horrible and and anybody who thinks that is is having a hate to use this term but a really deplorable individual. That's that's gone through the regal but but you know what i mean like that that is that is a terrible thing to thank dehumanizing people and from the party that says you should should be free to live the life field the way you want to as long as it doesn't conflict with their religious beliefs but on the other hand what and let them live their life who cares doesn't affect you one way or the other well and i hate hey to you know throw facts in people's faces like ruined. Marriage is a religious ceremony. It's actually not illegal. It will well number one. It's legal bill and number two. It didn't start in religion a started as a wave like way way back in the day. More families divided like property and stuff stuff. You know what i mean not not people as property but like that's that's what marriage was was. God no wrong anyway anyway so we wanna talk about political climate. Where are we right now well. I'm an optimist. I think i like to think things are getting a little bit better <hes> whether they are not as a matter of discussion but i'm hoping things are getting better. I think there's a general consensus. Is this a need for us to come together more and work together more. It hasn't always been democrats over here. Republicans skains over here and we're never talking to each other and working together. It's never been. It hasn't been like that for for a long time. It's a new phenomenon yeah we need to. We need to get back to the point where democrats that's republicans work together. We need to get back to the point where in northeast wisconsin delegation at the state level works together to make sure we've got adequate funding for transportation and protection action for a great lakes. Are we need to make our wisconsin delegations coming together to fight for our farmers. That's all bipartisan stuff that everybody says they're four but somehow it's getting. It's getting mixed up and i think you know maybe we'll get into more stuff later but i think we're we're on the wrong track and we need to get on the right track and hopefully hopefully there's. There's some steps and some candidates. It's that are going to be talking about that. You know i think one of the mistakes that people make is they lump everybody together. I mean there's some really good decent people on the republican republican party and <hes> i will we'll disagree with them on some things but i think to lump them into the the category area of just vehemently disagreeing with you know some of the andreas but you know what you mean like there. There are some really good people on on his side. They really are and we entered a polarized climate. We've got cable news talk network and i think because we're gonna talk about that and a little bit but i think what sucks is those good. People are being overshadowed and their decency is kind of being sucked out of them. They don't get ratings common sense people who agree on on something and then have a solution to a problem. Don't get ratings so why have them on t._v. But gets the ratings is the sound bites five minute interview. They're all looking for you know the clippers say something controversial and blames. That's what they're in business for right..
"board supervisors" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"Right. South of us. Peel county. John. We have the Pima county board of supervisors who were just I will. We've known the they've been crazy for a long time. Having lived there and watching them due to the business. You've got three hardcore a leftist and you have to conservative somewhat Republicans moderate. But usually when it comes down to commonsense votes is three two and the the the leftist generally win. That's why so much craziness has come out of Pima county. Did you know that Pima county has a space port. They do they have a spaceport where you're supposed to fly a balloon, but they didn't give FCC clear before they built the thing. So it's just like a big fat white elephant. He broke the story couple of weeks ago. You can go to my blog right now. Arezzo Anna county screws country over Trump policy. KFYI dot com. We add two story. Now, it's gone national. We're talking about Pima counties rejection of stone garden grant money we talked about this last week out in Washington DC. I had a series of sheriff's on talking about this. It blew their mind. Blew their mind. Pinal county sheriff Mark lamb. He was on saying, I cannot believe I don't know why they're doing this. Why are they doing this? I'll tell you why. Because the leftist on the Pima county board supervisors do not like President Trump is simple as that. They had decided to join the resistance movement. This is how they resist it doesn't matter that stone garden funds came from even being taken during the Obama administration. They don't wanna do anything that's going to help law enforcement as Gordon to help border patrol is going to help ice. That's going to help Trump. They don't know the the nation. Sheriff Mark Napier. A man who I know very well. He was on. I think this is DC the daily caller did a video on this. And he was laying down tracks on exactly what is going on. And Pima county. I did not.
"board supervisors" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Fans are certainly hoping for a victory today in the team's first regular season game against the cardinals in Arizona. The Redskins are coming off a seven to nine season and looking to improve after bringing on new quarterback Alex Smith and investing heavily on defense voice of the Washington Redskins. Larry Michael tells WMA mornings in the mall. I think they're going to have a lot of confidence in what they have to do is execute is going to be a not, no Lockheed incontinence. But you do have to note the fact that the Redskins will have everybody there for the opener. Chris Thompson back and ready to go Jordan Reed back and ready to go. And of course, everybody's been talking about Adrian Peterson. And what he brings you can hear all the action on WFAN starting at three twenty five PM. A lawsuit is filed against the owners and operators of a train track. In Virginia were fatal crash happened last year one person died and another was injured when a trash truck hit a train full Republican lawmakers in CRO sabre genu- Charlottesville TV stations report, the father of the injured, man. Suing CSX and Buckingham branch railroad for ten million dollars the suit alleges across single hadn't been properly maintained. The truck's driver has been indicted on charges of involuntary manslaughter and being under the influence. Witnesses say the trash truck entered the crossing after the safety gates had come down. Vice President Mike Pence says it was disappointing to see President Barack Obama break with the tradition of former presidents and make campaign appearances in Illinois in California last week. Become so political and roll out the same tired arguments that he and liberals and made over the last eight years the truth is the American people in two thousand sixteen. Rejected the policy and direction of Barack Obama when they elected President Donald Trump. The vice president's spoke this morning on Fox News Sunday great news for Arlington last year towards them hit a record high with a four point five percent increase over twenty sixteen. According to the US travel association board supervisors member Christian Dorsey says this has a multiplier effect are spending their their hotel dollars their conference dollars. But then that means a small businesses. Also, see a huge benefit Dorsey says that three billion dollars are spent on tourism in the county and twenty six twenty seventeen traffic and weather next on WMA. Al..
"board supervisors" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"August I the sheriff says the trailer was secured at the. Time Evidently it wasn't the sheriff says the trailer was secured. At the time. Wasn't, couldn't stale it if those security wasn't secured at all Real quickly I'm becoming an old man I enjoy it I'm hanging, a light on it I'm not going, to fight, it, but I said to my wife today I said hey we got. To walk around, more, and she says too hot out and I. Said well let's go to. The mall, and walk around. She's what. People do, that she goes ninety year olds do that. I said let's go to the. Mall and walk around so we. Go to the ball first thing I'd do Burbank mall first, thing, I do. Is I walked straight to. Panda express boom Down to two to entree, meal And then I take. The escalator up to. See's candy don't don't hold on hold on before you get to seize what's. Your, to entree. Goto at panda oh that's. Interesting it. Depends on what fresh all right I got to see what's fresh today. Was Powell chicken and lemon, chicken, and when you say fresh you're. You're talking about what's piled high. I gotta see the high pile I can't. See the. Bottom of the, dish, all right and the lady hey. What's coming up and you'll wait you'll come away What are you. Talking about pancake spice I, went, to the mall today and purposely. To walk around and get some. Exercise and I walk in the mall I. Go right. To panic spreads, he's, seventy nine then I take the. Escalator sea's candy Oh. Did you pick. Me up a box I did that You get? Who I rely Forty more this crap LA county board supervisors has voted to expand a pilot program offering showers for homeless people locations for the mobile showers have, yet to be decided but spots near metro. Stations, have been discussed man swimming off Cape Cod has been, bitten by a shark the assistant harbourmaster.
"board supervisors" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Face similar leniency with debut Be so quick to be forgiven and have their offense forgotten I sincerely, doubt it former Milwaukee county board supervisor Peggy Romo, west also formerly charged on Monday her attorney also Michael may still men who. Untold doesn't normally practice criminal law but is in fact the local democratic parties go to. Fix her, a lawyer he was representing Peggy Romo west to you might recall did not remember that Arizona. Does in fact border Mexico in the United States She has been charged with election fraud now reading through the criminal complaint this is more serious than This I think Was originally thought to be when we got the initial information that the Milwaukee police department. Was recommending charges it was thought that Roma west simply was having somebody else circulate, her nomination petition and she had herself listed as circulator that is part. Of the charges but there were a number of other discrepancies that the criminal. Complaint makes, clear in fact there were five different people who submitted affidavits saying that while their names appeared on, the nomination petition they most certainly did. Not sign, it in addition another woman whose name appears, on the petition apparently moved to Florida four years ago and therefore could not possibly have signed. This nomination petition this is in fact very serious Election fraud Sixteen people say west was not the one who circulated, the papers but they did in fact. Signed this that's, an issue, of course because west was submitting on a legal document that she was in fact the circulator, once again may Stillman going back to a similar tact to defend. His client I have no issue. With this his job to, defend Islam Peggy is worked really hard for her constituents over the last. Fourteen years she's supporting. Her family she's like, I said proudly served our constituents for so, many years and she's keeping her head up and doing the best. She can so, once again because Peggy west was such a good public servants such a, good democrat we're expected that we should just well look, past this, you know very serious crime to the phones we go and Mike, in exhaust you're on the show Thanks for having, me I just figured I'd I'd call. In because I, don't know, that we you hold county executive to some high standard where all of a sudden they lose, their job or they get we make some big deal out of. It is it like a fifty. K. gig that you're saying, that she should be taken to the woodshed over a DUI she's getting. A ticket she's her. Insurance is going to, go up I feel like we hold her, accountable at the at the ballot box because she's deficient in what. She does voting, wise and what she stands for but the fact that she gets a, DUI like a public matter and I don't know that, we need, to be holding her to some some I don't know white glove, standard of of morality So you're saying that she's already. Been punished enough because she got a ticket she's gonna lose her license I I don't even know what the penalties specifically for drunk driving municipal offense. It's it's a fine it's you know it goes on your record for a certain period of time but in terms of what she did okay. Remember this wasn't, well I, understand what you're saying Needs to make some big deal out of it, it's so you're saying that driving. Drunk and she didn't drive drunk you'll recall she was in a drunk driving. Accident okay which very easily. Could, have involved another car instead of just the median and I'll be totally. Honest with you Mike your, attitude is, sort of the one that I have a little bit of, a problem with in this state that. We. Treat drunk driving and, she was double the legal Point zero nine I should retract my statement I didn't even know. That she she got into an accident I tuned. In. Just kind of heard that we should be holding your feet to the, fire if she got into an accident. And, she wanted to hold her holding her liquor then I retract my statement I think maybe maybe we should make a big deal out of,.
"board supervisors" Discussed on KGO 810
"Hundred two two two five two two two is a phone every part of the conversation here we are talking about the dna that we use to track down the so called golden state killer but i wanna finish what i was saying about the board of supervisors in san francisco apparently there was a vote on tuesday to it was introduced by the president of the oh yeah the president of the board supervisors london breed and it was shot down and i sixty five it was a effort to support senator scott wieners bill that would expand public conservative shift for chronically homeless us six members of the board you should be held specifically accountable for any of the misery or death that develop as a result of not taking that move that is that is unconscionable it is inhuman and i want i want the government officials to be held accountable for not doing the basic function of garbage which is keeping the population safe and peop treating people who are living in squalor and misery on your streets it is unconscionable that you wouldn't allow this expanded conservative ship it's unbelievable to me this is it's a very simple easy solution and it would and it will take a long time to help all those people that need all the help but it would least move things in the right direction i love to hear what they're what they voted against they say they say they needed above the failed oh it says they wanted more time to consider it opponents say they wanted more time to weigh the policy and here for mental health experts.
"board supervisors" Discussed on 790 KABC
"To our phone every part of the conversation here we are talking about the dna that we use to track down the socalled golden state killer but i want to finish what i was saying about the board of supervisors in san francisco apparently there was a vote on tuesday to it was introduced by the president of the yeah the president of the board supervisors london breed and it was shot down and i sixty five it was a effort to support senator scott wieners bill that would expand public conservative shift or chronically homeless use six members of the board you should be held specifically accountable for any of the misery or death that develop as a result of not taking that move that is that is unconscionable it is inhuman and i want i want the government officials to be held accountable for not doing the basic function of government which is keeping the population safe and peop treating people who are living in squalor and misery on your streets it is unconscionable that you wouldn't allow this expand conservative ship it's unbelievable to me this is it's a very simple easy solution and it would and it will take a long time to help all those people that need all the help but it would least move things in the right direction i love to hear what they're what they voted against why they were they say they say they needed above the failed it says they wanted more time to consider it opponents say they wanted more time to weigh the policy and here for mental health experts.
"board supervisors" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"I'm going there i'm going there so we would love to hear your questions or comments i'm so there's we have a full house i wanna talk to all of them of course you know i haven't called for phone calls yet but i'm i'm doing and i'm ready so if anyone would like to call and join the conversation we would love to hear your questions or comments we have tony buckingham steve peters and kelly danner with us today the three of the seven new county board supervisors being sworn in tonight for the dane county board give us a call at area code six o eight two five six two zero zero one or send us a tweet at w o it talk or message on our facebook page it's a public affair eighty nine point nine fm madison and shali i'm gonna call you back in here because the computer's going wacko right now again so come on into the studio shali me out i wanted to talk about every once in a while people make a call to make the dane county board a little smaller where a bit bored there's thirty seven of us and one of the things that i love about the dane county board is that you can run for office and win despite knocking on doors and the idea that sometimes if the districts were bigger you wouldn't be able to re you'd still be able to do as many doors but you wouldn't be able to reach as many people and you would have to rely perhaps more on fundraising name recognition or other things and yet i appreciate the other side saying were pretty big board is hard for individuals one of thirty seven people to get involved what's your perspective someone that just came off running a race could you see how it would be different in a pro or con way if your district was difference is yeah i actually went to tell a story about that so knocking doors as i was for the last five months and one gentleman he used to work as a landscape architect for the county a long time ago and he was like back in my day there in ninety nine supervisors wow.
"board supervisors" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer
"The registration fees and now they want you to pay if you don't want to sit and traffic it's really outrageous in fact i was on my way to the airport a couple of weeks ago and it was twenty bucks in the morning to go one way really to orange county oh yeah from the fifteen to go all the way to orange county twenty bucks the alternative is you sit for two hours traffic diamox seems to me a lot of money especially if you're doing a daily commute a hundred dollars a week that's a lot of money so you know there's all that's two hundred dollars a week up and back there's also something that hasn't been talked about yet and i'm going to bring it up here for the first time there was another deal she cut to get this her dad's rina's dad was the mayor of coachella and he was the district director for assemblyman perez and just maybe it was a coincidence but at the same time she agreed to vote for this is when jerry brown appointed mister peres to the riverside county board supervisors and that seat was held by the late and great supervisor by knowing who is a good republican representatives district while that's who the voters elected and he passed away in office and they use that as a political opportunity to change the political dynamic of the groups supervisors and so to me it's just a coincidence that in addition to getting this money there's also a deal where the person who is best friends with her dad also becomes county supervisor picked by jerry brown it sounds very hillary clinton ish doesn't it i look i'm a former prosecutor and we call that a circumstantial case so well according well we'll talk a we talked about it and the other half of the after the show about what what what the muller investigations trump i don't know how this all ties in together but you know before we go before we go on any further we have people listening all over california and actually all over the country through red state radio why is why should somebody in los angeles or san diego or anywhere else more san marino county care about your election.
"board supervisors" Discussed on 790 KABC
"The mudslides in january after the recordsetting thomas fire millions of tons of loose mud came down into the valley following intense rainstorms in january the flow destroyed one hundred homes and damaged more than three hundred more california's insurance commissioner of says he is making sure homeowners and businesses get covered i also issued a very important notice to ensures very early on in the wake of the montecito mudslides reminding them of their requirement to cover mudslide victims if it turns out that the fire was the efficient proximate cause of the mudslides la's twenty one people died in the mud slides two are still missing and right now santa anna is clearing out the homeless living at the civic center today federal judge dave carter asa county to move them and add to the number of needed beds now tomorrow judge carter will be meeting with city managers and board supervisors to discuss the next steps last month thousands of homeless people living along the santa ana river bed were evicted many of them relocated to the civic center a warning before you grab that next beer stella artas recalling some of its bottled beer the company says some packages of the eleven outs bottles may contain very small pieces of glass this applies to packs of stella's best of belgium if you have one you can go nbc la dot com for information on what you should do with it are looking live now for our camera topic us has iowa in san pedro nbc four has.
"board supervisors" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"I think it's up to twenty four billion by twenty twenty four or something like that or thirty three thirty by next week well how much land is out there san diego county available for cannabis development would you say you know just to give you a idea i'd say about one one percent of one percent oh i guess right the county of san diego the board supervisors have banned cannabis around the unincorporated so i guess that's a dumb question by me because right now you can't even grow it or sell it or do anything with it in the corporators the is ever going to change because i know i grew up in the cultural industry there's all these old orange groves and avocado groves that are not viable economic enterprises anymore like all that land associated with it agreed completely i think something's going to happen sooner or later i think we're gonna see that more down the road what i predict there's as more as more revenue is generated for government in eighteen cities in san diego a lot of people forget to realize that but you've got to convince all these councils and populations you i know the majority of the population is in favor of cannabis dispensaries and and and beyond so i don't i don't know why the civic leaders are dragging their feet i know they're having good luck in chula vista and several several other areas know the association of cannabis professionals is lobbying very hard to get all this done but it's it's a domino effect i think how many how many obviously the city has the dispensaries in the in the city proper but as far as the other eighteen jurisdictions i notre chula vista just jumped on board and so we've got chula vista right now you had let me grow up come online back in november two thousand sixteen you got lemon grove which kinda just blew up for a.
"board supervisors" Discussed on KPCC
"Immigration agents at the jails as criticism falls a report by the county these inspector general that found contrary to what sheriff mcdonnell had said an ice head offices at the main processing center for inmates and their deputies were alerting immigration about the release of prisoners kpcc's frank stoltz has been following the stories in studio with us now leo frank and well let's start with the inspector general's report what does it said well you mentioned it the immigration and customs enforcement or eissa had offices inside the downtown la and make a processing center this despite a 2015 decision by county bore supervisors that ice should not have offices inside the jail's the fear being that uh undocumented immigrants accused of minor crimes would be deported immigrants who may have been in the city and the county for a long long time and otherwise been lawabiding in fact at ice basically did have an office there took the name off the door but still had the department of homeland security own computers inside that office and agents essentially came to work at the jail every day also uh the reports said that sometimes a deputies would give printouts of release date that included a inmates criminal violation birthdate and other identifying information not available to the public all of this as sheriff mcdonald told the board supervisors and the public earlier this year that immigration agents uh had to go to a public what website like everybody else to find out when inmates were being released all right well what is the sheriff i've had to say about all this well he he wrote a response to the inspector general which was included in the igc report and here's a quote with respect where statements that we were either no longer providing ice with lists of individuals be released or that we did not provide release information to ice those statements were not accurate it's not clear why those statements were inaccurate nikko whether it was his pr people who were were sort of either misleading or mischaracterizing or did not know themselves exactly what was went on or whether a low level jail employee provided wrong information to the higherups but he also said he was unaware of some mm of what was going on at.
"board supervisors" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"The anchors typically on morning show is now have fun with it but it was like for eleven days milwaukee shutdown you would have every news anchor and every news reporter on this summer fast grounds it was always the joke if you wanted some news to be released if you wanted bad news to come out you release it during summer fast because no reporter is going to be there covering it but this is the biggest news store owlry in milwaukee likely for the next couple of days at least until i see that audit of the milwaukee county pension system were expected to get that today there is a letter to county board supervisors said yesterday that the audit is expected to reveal massive problems with this pension system and just what fifteen years after the recalls sparked by and the resignations sparked by all of these issues with the county pension system i wonder and i'll need to take some time to read this audit what has exactly changed how many dramatic over payments were made oaks by accident are all well know looks like we made a mistake do do weird how it almost invariably the involves overpayment you know darn well a retired county worker is going unnoticed every cent if there is something missing in that pension of but the dramatic overpayments this has been a problem going on in milwaukee for years and were expecting that to audit to be released later on today but that was summer fesco and on and the weather this is quite literally the story that impacts everybody you want to talk about fluffed news though cnn used elmo no i'm not joking elbow the sesame street character in order to attack trump's travel ban there is a segments in the wake of the the nine did nothing supreme court decision that allows the the band to take effect at least temporarily ninety days until the supreme court takes up oral arguments in october ski at an sympathised with refuge e kids in an interview with cnn on monday remarking that they're just like kids in america elbow was part of a panel including cnn reporter cla wrist award sherry west in from sesame workshop and dana david miller band from the international rescue committee ward asked emma did you find that the syrian little girls and little boys were a lot like your friends here in america elbow said yeah they really were it was very interesting because they like to play and learn just like elmo and.