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"board trustees" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Running away. Going wrong. You have yourself a big time. Try the big scape Burger at Roy Rogers restaurants. Kardashian uber eats available at participating restaurants. He's radio 1055 w we are see. What you're about to hear the fusion of entertainment and enlightenment? Yes, Glinda weekend. To school board trustee genes have been indicted on charges of violating Texas Open meetings Act. They were at the center of a fight over diversity and inclusion in the district. This is a school district that is probably one of the best school systems in the nation. It's definitely number one in Texas. It is. It's a phenomenal school district and a phenomenal community. Its rate of racial reports of racial attacks is point. 3.3 the scores. The test scores between white and black are no different in this school district. They're doing things right. Well, there's been charges of racism and so critical race theory. Woz was brought in. The parents went crazy. We're gonna talk to one of the guys who is in the eye of the storm in 60 seconds. Lindback program. If you experience pain on a daily basis, I know exactly how you feel. It can be debilitating..
"board trustees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"After Iran shot down an unarmed US military drone Iran denies this. But President Trump says the drone was clearly an international airspace. The new wrinkle this is a new fly in the mint what happened shooting down to grown, and this country will not stand for when asked earlier about the possible retaliation Trump said, you'll soon. Find out a federal appeals court has ruled the administration's new family plane. Rules can go into effect. Fox's John decker, the ninth circuit court of appeals lifted nationwide, injunctions imposed by lower courts, giving a major victory to the Trump administration, the new policy would withdraw federal title, ten funding from any medical facility that provides abortions, as well as abortion, counseling or. Abortion referrals Planned Parenthood was among the groups of posing. The new rules in a statement. The Justice department said we're pleased at the ninth circuit has cleared the way for this important executive branch action to take affect while our appeals are pending at the White House. Jon decker, Fox News. The Indiana fever will have a new home for the next two seasons. Well, bankers life, Fieldhouse undergoes renovation. Eric Berman reports through sports and entertainment plans to close the field. House wants the Pacers are out of the playoffs next year. It'll reopen and time for the Pacers opener enough Tober than repeat the pattern in twenty twenty one the team hasn't decided where the fever will play Eric Burma Ninety-three WIBC mobile, new rebuff, Jesuit prep school will no longer be recognized as a Catholic institution within the archdiocese of Indianapolis, because of the school's refusal to fire a gay teacher and appeal is expected from the Jesuit. Order the staff member is a highly capable and qualified teachers says rebuffed president and board. Trustees. forbade their got children with traffic.
"board trustees" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"More Shreveport was an invitation for impeachment, but we have just a short time until the next election and if impeachment proceedings go forward, and they might go forward. I think this country will be spending inordinate amount of time on the beach and nothing else. And the Democrats are going back and forth and Nancy Pelosi recognized with what Harry Reid's it, she has to keep these Alexander Mukasey Cortez's and Rashida, ladies and Ilan, Omar and. The rest of these anti-trump hating tendency part of the party at bay. Now this controversy over Kate Smith. Kate Smith is the air who whose version of God bless America used to be played a Yankee Stadium. But they pulled it in the wake of controversy over the fact that she's saying lyrics that were racist on the nineteen thirties including songs like why the darkies were born and picking any heaven. And I'm sure a whole bunch of other people saying whole bunch of other songs low words right now offend us. You want to play this game. All right. I'm fascinated by how many of these rappers have TV shows or parts on TV shows where they play police officers ice cube ice tea, and if you look at some of their music calling women the b word the h word calling blacks inward, should we therefore argue they shouldn't be on TV. I'm Larry elder. The answer. Sandiego local news right now. Good afternoon. A driver crashed a car into a US defense. Contractor building early this morning in the current Mesa area. Then fled the scene leaving the vehicle ablaze fourteen agers were arrested early this morning after a string of arm street muggings and city heights north park after the USD board unanimously called for his resignation board trustee Kevin visor attended last night's meeting visor is being sued for sexual assaults. The Yuna raise suing the city of Los Angeles over a new law requiring companies that want city contracts to disclose whether they have ties to the gun rights group and workers at an elder auto county construction citing northern California where robbed by a man.
"board trustees" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"PFC's are believed to interfere with male hormones. Oh, man men may develop smaller penises, if they're exposed to high levels of PFC's study found that they'll say don't say PFC's. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I'm might have crossed the line with that one. To study found that those growing up in polluted areas were. One point two five centimeters that's twelve percent shorter show. Basically this happens in the womb. I don't know how much nonstick cookware my folks used while. I was in the womb. This is sad. While my mother was drinking and smoking while I was in the room. No. But it is good. The blame on something. Yeah. Do you know put that link on your Facebook page and share that information that news and part hitting information assure will be sure to put that in your nonstick, frying, pan, social blogs, still cooking with a lot of nonstick frying pans, by the way, jump in here at five one two eight three six zero five ninety toll free eight seven seven five nine zero five five to five for asking. So keep your eyes peeled in the sky next week is the brightest comet of the year, while buzz past earth at more than twenty one thousand miles an hour, and that's faster than anybody on moped. Oh, yeah. According to the report, December the sixteenth coming within seven point one million miles. Apparently that's close making the approach. What are the ten closest since nineteen fifty the twentieth since the ninth century? So I guess that's close astronomical terms. It is is is really that is that's like a that is like almost grazing us right there. Right. That's almost hitting the awning. Exactly. Well, if you're looking to catch a glimpse it won't be hard with the naked eye. Yeah. It won't be hard to see this thing. Although sky watchers admitted to be the best use binoculars and telescope and get out of the city. That's coming up on December the six seven a sixteenth. It doesn't say what time of day or what time at night. A look that up. Are you a sky watching you follow these kind of? I if I remember that it's happening. And they let us know what time. Yeah. I will. I will frequently go out like when the space space station is flying over for example. They always know almost precisely what you go out the front yard in the front yard. And and the way I wave and stand there in my in my robe and wave. Yes, right. I do. So the city of Austin Travis county commissioners, the Austin school board trustees they got together this week to talk to state lawmakers about a need to change how we find public schools in Texas. They don't like the robinhood school funding system. I don't think a lot of people do county. Well, I take that back Lockhart manner. The Colonia in south, Texas. They love Robin loves him. Some Robert at school district down in south Texas that last year had twenty million dollars extra Bill waterpark schlitterbahn style waterpark on their campus. Right. They love Robin Hood. Yes here in Austin. You should hate it. Because more than half of the Austin school district budget. That's financial your property taxes goes back to the state to help fund that that twenty million dollar waterpark counties intergovernmental relations, liaison Eckstein bottom line, which is unless we fix school finance. There's nothing that's significantly going to help people with their tax Bill. These experts who are in the know and have the power in the position to make some changes never offer. A solution to Robin Hood. What are the ideas on how to finance schools in Texas? Here's county Commissioner Bridget shea. If there is not a. My solution on school finance. Our community is looking at really significant school closures. There you go. There's the threat there's the fear tactic. She loves to us, which is setting you up for another big Austin bond package that voters will probably approve down here. She is. And I think that word needs to get out as soon as possible. So the community understands this is not the fault of the school board for the community. This is the fault of the system that the state has allowed to remain broken. Here's what I don't understand anytime a group like this, this kind of organization government involved anytime. There's a problem. They just get more money, get bigger and bigger and bigger and bigger if you're a local businessman, and you have problems and serve bad food or don't have good service. You close do. You know what I mean? Yeah. You do. But there's this this belief that these schools, no matter how poorly. Attended. No, how no matter what the the poor grade averages everything going wrong, Scott to stay up and got to stay open. But it doesn't make sense for us to have to close schools when we have enough tax revenue that is coming from the the residents of Travis county in the city of Austin being pumped in yet. We're giving away we're giving up way too much away that also cuts motivation for other school districts to not come up with better solutions for themselves to try to figure out how can they generate more tax revenue other than us having to give it to these? How can they got to fix that? Because some of these smaller cities in Texas come up with the money to run a school. Well, actually, it shouldn't be my problem. It should not. It should not be my issue. My issue. You don't care about the education of other kids. I said I don't care, but my first priority is going to be to the residents of Austin and Travis county that I expect my money to be going towards where I live that makes sense. We. We have to fix it here first. And then what about the poor kids? They deserve a chance. Sure. Do. Absolutely. But the way that should work Todd is okay. We've got it taken care of here. We've got some leftover let's send it their direction. Not six hundred fifty million dollars. I agree. That's a little outrageous on may not agree with your approach. But I agree. Six hundred fifty million dollars is Craig maybe my approach sounds cold. But that's that's the way I feel right here in the buckle of the bible belt, Texas. In this blue island. We have here. Don't as Austin here. The Texas is the buckle of the bible belt and. The bottom line is you wanna fix school finance? You wanna lower your property taxes? Start supporting lawmakers that embrace the taxing of legal marijuana..
"board trustees" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Yes, I'm confused. The recording of our live broadcast recording of our live podcast, right? We're we're deep too early. I'm just trying to put together in other words right now. We're recording our podcast live for you on the radio. Thank you guys. Thank you. Thank you so much. Yeah. And folks could jump in here at five one two eight three six zero five nine perspective. Sometimes it's like talking to my grandfather telling him how to open an app or how to check the VCR. That's what it feels like. Sometimes what do you mean? Check the issue. I don't know six. Oh, six here on the of Don show big beating yesterday. Six city of Austin, Travis county commissioners and the Austin school board trustees they got together yesterday to well. Let state lawmakers know what they need to do to make some changes when it comes to Robin Hood and school financing. They say it's a huge problem. Of course, we've been talking about this issue for years it was deemed unconstitutional by a local judge at one point the county. Inter government relations, liaison, his decent Stein. And says there's only one thing that needs to happen to give taxpayers relief bottom line, which is. Has unless we fix school finance? There's nothing that's significantly going to help people with their tax bills. Well, listen state, lawmakers do not set the tax rate. They don't even do the property evaluation's. That's all done on the city and the county level and the school district level Stein. Says he's hopeful that the house has signaled this one is one of the top priorities for the next legislative session. The begins in what five weeks here in Austin? Yeah. The thing is though anytime anytime this journey kind of reduction in taxes somewhere something else goes up at the same time. We we never feel it. It's just you know, they talk about it all they want. It's nothing that will ever make a difference in our life. I loved for these people who are blasting how we fund public schools, which would probably we do need to address changes. But they never say what is the alternative? No. What is that? What what would be your idea of a way to fund public schools? We hear that a lot. We gotta fix school financing. Okay. What? Does that mean what does it mean? I think the ultimate goal should be legalized marijuana. Collect the taxes on it. Would lower the taxes for everyone in all sectors. That would that would help the rich the poor those in the middle class. It would Ray would change school financing overnight and everybody would be in a good mood while they're doing. Everybody would get everybody would get a new stadium. Every school bus would have air conditioning. Right and French fries sales would go through the roof. Now, speaking of air conditionings on school buses, the Texas commission on environmental quality is given the Leander school district some help and keeping students cool while on the bus. Remember the controversy that brood over the hot hot afternoons kids sitting in buses no air conditioning, while this is all through some grant money. The district is adding twenty four new propane fueled buses with air conditioning. Thanks to a grant from the state's environmental agency seven hundred and forty thousand dollars, right? You know? Air conditioned in a lot of us argued. Well, when we were kids we didn't have air conditioning on our buses. Well, no, we didn't. But that's kind of archaic kidnap. Does anybody wanna go back to the days of Noah in their homes? They didn't they can do. We used to not have air conditioning at home. That's right. Nobody wants to go back. Yeah. We all survived it. But you know, what there's a better alternative? It's called a c. Yeah. Put it in. It is six zero eight stay with us coming up at six twenty as you know, the stock market took a dive yesterday big in going to get some reaction to that on both sides of this issue. And what it means a lot of people are talking about the possibility of a recession late two thousand nineteen. We'll get it that coming up though, right now six oh nine a time for the rush update as we get ready to celebrate the start of the Christmas season, we have just been treated to a highly spiritual sermon on Monday night, the sermon spoke of getting rid of hate division and violent in other words, bringing peace on earth. He focused on the right thing to do. He preached about the importance of being clear on moral questions. He advocated basing decisions on values, and he closed with these inspiring words, I believe the most sacred thing that each of us is given is our judgment our morality our own innate desire to separate right from wrong. Choosing to set that responsibility aside at a moment of trial is a sin the preacher. Tim cook. Apple's CEO he was receiving the anti defamation league's courage against hate award. Very first one they've ever awarded. He wasn't talking about the golden rule or the spirit of the season. He was talking about the sacred duty to kick certain people off of tech platforms. Divisive people not kicking them off as a sin. This new religion. And Mr. crooks is a real ho ho ho, it's. Mary shut up if we don't approve and there goes all cooperation I've ever had with apple out the window. Hey, guys and girls don't mind me as I interrupt your radio program. It's Sharon trop ner. Neuro brain mapping expert. Do me a favor and don't touch that. Dial. That's a mistake. 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"board trustees" Discussed on KQED Radio
"A school district in Marin is wrestling with whether to get rid of its Dixie name a code term for the south. And especially the confederacy you use education editor. Julia McEvoy reports in eighteen sixty four a Marin landowner named James Miller built a schoolhouse with the help of southern sympathizers. Miller's granddaughter said the area was heavily pro northern drinks of a wartime and Miller named the schoolhouse Dixie quote on a dare it's the third time. Some Marin residents have tried to get the name changed Dixie school board trustee Marnie Glickman. Says her community has been dodging this issue for decades. My community is ninety two percent white. It's difficult for them to admit the fact that Dixie is a word that hurts some African American people. It's difficult for them to make amends and make the simple gesture the Dixie school board is discussing putting a non binding advisory measure on the twenty twenty ballot. I'm Julia McEvoy. Katie news, California, Public utilities commission is finding Bart one point three million dollars. And putting the transit agency on probation for what it calls egregious safety violations. The led to the deaths of two workers who were struck by a train in twenty thirteen during the transit strike, the CPU sees investigation found that a trainee supervisor had violated multiple safety rules, including using a cell phone on the job and failing to sound the train's horn. When it hit the workers on section of track between the walnut creek. And pleasant hill stations Bevan doffed member of BART's board of directors said the transit agency is taking steps to ensure safer working conditions. The loss of life. The loss of these two men in this terrible accident is a difficult part of arts history..
"board trustees" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Ooh, when asked is there, has he experienced racism as a black quarterback? Never just like in life. Never goes, say that again. Let me think about how do you mean not till today? I'm taking back. Wait a minute. What these words before my life, it's everyday life, I guess, but I'm all about love. So don't focus on of that. I love old people, and that's what I focus on this guys named Jeff, you're out who's this. The best guy, one windfall for everything like, oh, nice words from a man. And they can speak. So of course the superintendent zest to resign and he does. Well, that's funny. He was asked to resign is that so they don't have to pay him. Money. Yeah, I, he still gets paid somehow. Here's the, here's the letter. Why? Why? I want to express my deepest, apologies to the board of trustees, staff students, and even black people now know now. My heart stopped German. I hate how good keep is. I want to express the deepest apologies to the board of trustees, staff students and patrons of the on Alaska independent school district for the comments I made on Facebook, a new black face was bad, but I didn't know words hard to. I was saying they things about black people, so I truly don't understand what you guys are talking about, but okay, this should be like a game show. It's like here's five things. Which one did the racist actually said my gosh, no years, five things which one is racist, but ask the person like ask why the comments were wrong and inappropriate and have been an embarrassment to the district, my family friends and to me for this, I am deeply. Sorry as an educator? No, you didn't. This experiences taught me that I still have a lot to learn, honest to God. What. He's a grown adult in a long time to learn this sixties at least what. How can you learn sixties? That means he had first hand experience with with how this country separates black and white people. The comments were wrong and inappropriate and I've been a basement Bubba. My comments were not only uninformed, but also hurtful. I understand now why they were offensive to so many people. I would like to know another time in his life when he said, quote, uninformed and hurtful. Probably about like learning something a restaurant and the chick. Wait. Is this what you call an egg roll? Fuck sorry. I'm on informed and hurtful. I'd like to apologize directly to the Shawn Watson, like he gives a shit. I recognize that given the opportunity to respond by criticizing or belittle belittling me, he chose peace and positively instead and spite of the terrible position I put him in. He showed himself to be the kind of role model. I'd be proud of for any of my students to follow. It was mighty white of him. Goodness. He goes on and on doesn't tripling down. Also, I want everyone to know that my comments and they'll way reflect the nature of the school district or the community. These are careful, thoughtful communities. There's no place for racism moving forward. I believe it is in the district's best interest that I resigned from my position. At least that's Tolten accordingly. I hereby Sma resignation bubble, blah. I'd like to thank the school board trustees yadda yadda yadda. I hope I'm remembered for my body of work over forty two years in public education rather than my unwarranted in inappropriate comments. No deal. Promise. Actually, I don't see that happening playing air like you didn't. You didn't mind throwing this guy into the bus, but now that you're leaving, please remember me well jerseys. Those New Jersey's. Great. I'm an educator. They don't say this guy's role, but somebody at the meeting them, Tony Kelly said, and I quote, I don't believe it was a racist comment. I just believe it was a sensitive comment. Misplaced what he said supposedly was supposed to have been in private with friends. Another. Yeah, they resigned. Whatever they are. All that's beautiful. I love that these guys, especially because he said, you know, this isn't a place where these kinds of things happened in someone went, but I, this is what we always talk about who recorded it was sensitive in this day and age. You can't just put stuff on there and he thought it was only two friends, not the general public he went..
"board trustees" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"You're listening to the best of Todd and Don show, actually, my parts a little better Todd's, but we're going to be live at five thirty you. Stay tuned. You're listening to the best of Todd and dawn on NewsRadio. KLBJ now later this morning. There's going to be an interesting press conference calling for the Austin school district to be divided into two separate districts a group of community activists this morning. We'll call for the US to reach while the school boundaries to end the long standing segregation or allow eastern Austin to form its own school district. These demands were among the list of changes the coalition, which includes leaders of the ACP the league of United Latin American citizens, the teachers labor union education Austin and some setting school board trustees. Yeah, they say that all these measures are necessary to improve the quality of education for low income students of color, particularly those living in east Austin. Now these activists have worked on their goals for months announced their declaration of principles in action at a news conference this morning. Here are some of the things they're asking for they want overall school boundary to an open transfer. Policy to address segregation as well as overcrowded and under enrolled campuses, they want to obtain an independent cost assessment on splitting the district into two. Separate campuses are two separate districts. They wanna hire an equity officer would examine all district decisions on policy and distribution of money and resources provide subsidized housing and housing stipends to teachers and pay higher salaries to teachers who work in schools with high enrollment of low income students. They also want to halt the school closures until the district's efforts to boost enrollment at those campuses have been exhausted. So that press conference is going to happen later this morning jumping here at five one two eight three six zero five ninety now the school board members already have directed administrators to investigate. This proposal divide the district into two including conducting a cost benefit analysis on this idea. Now district officials are also working on the legal and financial assessment in a plan to have detailed information back to the school. Very soon. That's what Nicole Johnson. She's the chief business operations officer for the SD said. I listen, I keep trying do whatever you can it. It doesn't really excite me that much because it I'm sorry. We always keep going back to this. But it is the truth. It is the the main issue, and it always what is going on in the household. It's about it's about parental involvement. That is the key here. It's about how stable the household is. And none of this does seem to be really addressing that issue. And I don't know that they know what the heck to do about that issue. So the district is also working on paying stipends to teachers in difficult to fill positions proposed affordable housing for.
"board trustees" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Guests, the mayor of Nederland Christopher Larson which is why. We're playing this song because of dead guidance rightly people ask. You about that you've been at the, helm in Netherlands since two, sixteen after serving on the board of trustees. So you came at it from that interesting perspective we are also reading, further into your bio. On my gosh we could talk to you. About space force because you're a planetary scientist at, CU and you used to be a science education. Policy analyst in DC quite a diverse. Background that's right yeah no it's brought me to an interesting. Place in life it's not. Anywhere ever, expected to be politics and. Small town politics, was never a goal of mine but back. In graduate school I was in Saint Louis and my friends I spent a lot of late nights talking politics and realizing. That we're we're making a mistake the scientists weren't being involved. In the process and so, once I got back to Colorado Oh and got settled my friends side was willing to. Put up or shut up and so I, started getting involved in Nederland kind of just led to this and can. Snowball then now, mayor, yeah it's interesting you mentioned that your background because we when we meet the mayors and. They come from diverse backgrounds more so than they do at the national level but the fact, that you, are a scientist? Or having people. Coming out of realms outside of if. You want to say law political, science, that lead and so that is interesting that you. That you, you bring that background to bear, because you deal in the realm of facts so imagining when, you deal with the city of. Nederland that when you talk about things you're talking about we're dealing with the fact based things. You're whether you agree or disagree we gotta deal, with the fact sheets absolutely and a lot of it comes, down for a small town like us a lot of it comes down to budget, sitting there and looking at spreadsheets late at night to try and figure out how are. We going. To. Pay, our public works guys are snow plow guys the. Guys who are out there to AM in February and a. Blizzard keeping the roads clear how do, we get them a raise, so they can actually Ford to live in. Nederland that's a big part of it, and be able to just look, at the numbers and. Say all right you know what here's the. Facts here's how much we brought in here How much we have to spend how are we going to make this, work but for a lot of constituents many issues are emotional from an emotional basis so you probably come back hard with the, scientific facts, about it. How do you try to to work beyond those borders balanced because I mean Netherland is a small town we're about fifteen hundred. Residents which means whenever we have a topic that comes up for our board trustees we have about twenty, five hundred opinions and so it certainly I mean it's you know people. Everyone knows you everyone knows what's going. On. Whether it's the sidewalk so the streets or the local forest or the. Fact that we had to put together a policy on how to Hayes bears and moose when they started making more of an appearance in town people get. Very passionate about it and the best part, is because we are a small community we know each other so it's. Like okay we, understand, the passion here's here's what we have to work with here's the facts and here's how. We're going to try and talk this through as a community and not come down from above, lake a, monolithic force is? It ever to. Get a consensus with scientists are citizens I, you know it sometimes the scientists frankly I. Mean I'm very fortunate we have an awesome board of trustees right. Now I've got six members on the board of trustees several? Which are also, scientists who work at Noah. An car who do climate, science for a living so we have whenever something comes up related to climate, change lated forced health we all in. Our experience is we, know exactly, how, to go, researching, and we all. Go and we bring in articles from nature and. Science and from the forest service and from CS you and see you so we end up with far more information than we actually know what to do with do you have a Ford -able, housing problem like we do here. In Denver is that reached you folks absolately it's I mean, being a small mountain. Town we are, actually, dealing with all the, same issues as the front range affordable housing. Cost of living, climate change traffic budgets but we also then have all the same issues that mountain towns and resort towns have tourism increase the again. Cost of living the fact that our ski seasons are getting We're ski town we have old doors ski area next to. Us and so this is a big worry for us as the last couple of years we've had pretty, Ozzy ski seasons and snow so we're. Dealing with both of them. But, affordable housing, right now is the, number. One thing, we're fighting with. Because being near boulder our prices are going up. Just like boulder which has say the irony is, probably, people went to Nederland thinking it's cheaper to, live there than it is live in boulder but. Now it's like we'll as things get spread out and you, are a Twitter. Town you're in between being in the ski and the thing you split the difference so that's got to be a tough thing to navigate it's absolutely we've seen the house prices house prices in Nederland go up. Thirty forty fifty percent of just last few years hundreds of thousands of dollars increase so. People are getting squeezed out we've been really working on this as a government, I mean there's not a? Lot you, can do as a small town government. But because we can't do it all ourselves we're working with Boulder County, and, Boulder, County housing to initiate, a new project..
"board trustees" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"The pride passion than patron Torri of college football lives here is though Paul finebaum show our three podcast what a bag we are. We've had a busy show and a lot of news happening all over the place depending on where you're feeling information at this hour more tomorrow on fire or tonight. I really couldn't tell you right now. There's so many things happening, and this is late August. It's usually a very quiet time. We're heading to Columbus shortly a as John mentioned Bill Clark will also join us and David oven talking about a number of things, but just a scene set. The urban Meyer story broke nearly three weeks ago and it was determined a couple of days into it that they would have some sort of determination, two weeks in two weeks ended on Sunday. This six person committee, including three trustees has handed. Over its report where where they interviewed a number of the not a number, all the key participants to the board of trustees and the president that meeting is tomorrow, and we're delighted to be joined by the very distinguished writer from Columbus. He is Tim, May he has covered the buckeyes for more than thirty years. We had him on a couple of weeks ago and we are thrilled to have him back, Tim. I know it's a crazy time. Let's let's just talk a little bit about what your newspaper has been reporting, including you and your colleagues about about how this process has unfolded as we say Hello to you? Good afternoon. Good afternoon ball. I mean, I, I didn't write the story today that had the Thurston that that did retweeted. But at the assertion that the board trustees might seek a suspension and our time served up penalty or time serve penalty for and Meyer. But you know, the more I hear about this thing basically, I'm hearing is urban Meyer followed, you know, follow the letter of the law is written out by how state. I mean as far as protocol goes, like you said, you know, three weeks ago or two and a half weeks ago and you know, I would not be surprised to see him. I don't think Zonta rate is the right word because this isn't illegal forum, but I wouldn't be surprised to maybe see him come out of this ready to go back on the field maybe as early as wins the afternoon or Thursday. But you know, who knows man when a comedian involved in then aborted, just he's involved and then ultimately the president university, you're not really sure how things are going to go and what they finally zero in on his said on your show. Oh, like what? Last week or couple of weeks ago. Yeah, Jim, listen, we're delighted to have you on because yours plugged into this program as you can possibly be, and I'm listening to you very closely and hearing what you're saying. Well, wait a minute you're closely. And I'm basically what I'm saying is I really still don't know exactly what's going to come down tomorrow. It was a lot of words about to give you a lot of credit by the way. But you're there and you know, sometimes you can. Sometimes you can't read the tea leaves, but if we hear you correctly, the wind seems to be blowing firmly in urban Meyer favors that fair. Well, you know, I said, I think sit on your show last time I was on. I know I've said it a bunch of times if you took urban Myers statement at its word and believed it means the one, the the long statement he issued on August, third, and then what you what you understood about. You know, like I said, the whole mechanics of the thing, for example, or the issues in the thing. For example, Zac Smith was never arrested or charged in two thousand fifteen incident. Those are just examples. Then it kinda makes you wonder why urban Meyer was on paid administrative leave in the first place. Clearly the university had some questions they wanted answered, but this has been a very thorough way. Understood. I wrote a story about that in today's paper at dispatch dot com. Where basically, you know these these guys who interviewed the witnesses that were brought forth. We're extremely thorough, extremely prepared. For example, there was a report, you know, as you well know last Friday about some of Zach Smith situ. While I'm trying to figure out a Nike way Murray report about sex toys, take pictures of himself. One is the most important thing as far as I'm concerned was the the revelation..
"board trustees" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"For the limited edition rinaldo renegade no top thank you anyway and your doors to show thank you very much by the way the plant this is one of the reasons why people are upset the plan is located in one of the poorest regions in italy and they're planning a strike for next week right happy max topic papa john's and mlb is suspending the papa slam promotion because of what john schneider said it's the grand slam promotion i mean at this point is schnitler not getting into the grand slam stupid to the papa had a rough it's been a review for papa in general but man so the the back story here on a conference call with a marketing agency he used a racial slur it offended enough people on the call that you know the the marketing agency suspended its relationship but you could hear what he was saying the context of the call should matter but now he realizes that the context other call to people does not matter sure so and by the way also worth saying in the irony world this was a call to help him plan his rehabilitation yeah it's a role playing exercise so he can rehabilitate from the first mistake shares papa john down papa john out as chairman of the board of the company he already stepped down ceo young earlier this year he's out of the university of louisville board trustees he was out at their board a couple of months ago this is interesting again this is sports business we're focusing on the deal to name the football stadiums weird on louisville is not what the company it's with him it's the guy like if he wants to name the stadium me me stadium that's an interesting weird dynamic that they now have to navigate you can bet that if he wants to exercise that part of the clause in the contract which does say that if he leaves the company he can change the name as well there will be lawyers associated with that left and right but yeah this is papa is a a not just at louisville but across the country he had a they had a big nfl deal that dissolved in public fashion earlier this year this is a big sports sponsor not just putting their name on stadiums but also you know partnering with teams and league interesting to see what the teams do cause their deals are not affected by absolutely the league's decision to to cut don't think we've heard the end of the of the fallout of papa john at all now onto a happier topic okay a one million dollar challenge pga tour and lpga tour rollout again they're looking to be creative there will be certain holes throughout the year at one or two tournament here next tournament one hole at each place where whoever shoots the best or the lowest score throughout the year on these predetermined holes gets a million dollar bonus although for why not why if it's something else you can do to generate interest in the sport wanna but i think what's even more important that struck me is that it's a level playing field for both the men and women any money perspective yes yes just the way it should be the fact that they are offering equal prize money also noteworthy but for me it's just somebody's thinking they had they had a a version of this prior kodak challenge the fact that they're thinking and doing and trying why not because we've talked about the demo of golf you gotta get some new life i see the the question but i don't see this moving the needle golf has obviously has demographic problems that has problems attracting new new viewers and new players i don't see you said before i've never heard of the kodak challenge existed i don't i don't see this being being that moves the needle we'll see our thanks to bloomberg business of sports report a emma novi williams you can follow him on twitter at novi underscore william things that you could follow me at sasha and you can find me on twitter at big bar sport's sake bar up next scott i speak with bruins sports capital pounder george pine about his affinity for nascar i love nascar i loved the people it was probably when the greatest experience my life listening to bloomberg business of sports from bloomberg radio around.
"board trustees" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Good to hear from you try got brooke i'm payton back here again in california brooke what's going on we'll ball paid more day doing brooks actually had a job interview right now sure about that because she liver she's at arkansas fan and that is correct all also world sues so she's still down down her traps and i get out anyway while do a map ahead you on hold that mic bokke dude or whatever his name is talking about the ucf program i have to like i told you i went back home for christmas break to go to the to play game i mean it's play bowl auburn ucf obviously didn't turn out how liked it but the worse i mean we can we can look back at that game compare that to how you know alabama played ohio state will they didn't they didn't want to be there just like auburn it want to be in that full game so we didn't show up we had a banged up carry on johnson and and like i understand kids builds a great quarterback but let me read off their their their current members their conference until me hell over alabama would finish every year with this giul university of tosa to lane temple so the mess this university south florida east carolina university this an atty and even the mighty wichita state listen i could probably give you thirty schools that could win that conference schedule so so why is it that they claim an ass faith ship just because they went on to see i mean all went undefeated and in two thousand four you listen listen paid they came up with an idea and the more people like me and kirk herbstreit and others this them the more fuel they got in the end i'll blame myself as much as anyone because i took i took her crack at them on a on a birmingham radio show and that they use that line i don't mind them having fun with a my objection with their fans where they took it beyond beyond common sense and i'm not going to get into it because we've already discussed it but carry their heads like they they lost their minds but that's okay i don't care anymore they're not really in my in my in my precinct so to speak so might bianchi can have fun with them in orlando and i'll talk about alabama and auburn and texas saying in florida schools matter i do have worked questions i just saw the video of obviously athletic director green up off to me rock have you had the chance to talk to him or do you know anything i mean i only know that yeah around allen a couple of times and i think he's an outstanding leader and and i think he'll do a really good job met him i've met his whole family probably i we interview him today was hired i've probably been around him two or three maybe three or four other times and i think auburn is in really good shape with him would you would you would you agree or disagree that like it could be it could be stated i mean you think about in this day and age of you know everybody gets butler over social media and words in this politically it will live livid do you think that we hired ellen greene directly based on the skin colour and if so how great of decision is that to have the first african american athlete from this see would you see that as a recruiting advantage you know maybe the board trustees room they were thinking hey maybe recruit to see this and that would would attract more you know minority i'm pretty sure damon evans georgia was ahead of him in that but but i am i may have forgotten someone but well let me say this i don't think people look at him in that regard although i do think it's significant that he addressed that in his opening statement and i think he was incredibly eloquent about that but but i think the president leash hired him because he he felt he had the credentials in the leadership capabilities that were that were necessary but but i but i'm a believer though you can't yeah you can't you can't run away from that though i mean this is it's a reality of our times i remember when when sly croom was selected fourteen years ago at mississippi state i think you have to.
"board trustees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The opening of the new us embassy in jerusalem marred today by violence at the gaza border dozens of palestinians killed thousands wounded by israeli military gunfire abc's terry moran from jerusalem the president's soninlaw jared kushner pointedly scored the protesters those provoking violence are part of the problem and not part of the solution there was music and prayers led by pastor robert jefferson dallas who has preached the jews are destined for hell along with mormons hindus and muslims president trump spoke via a video statement the united states remains fully committed to facilitating a lasting peace agreement at least fifty five protesters were killed according to palestinian health authorities and more than twenty seven hundred injured the white house blamed hamas for the deaths along the israeli gaza border state house hearing tomorrow on a bill to ban schools from denying meals to kids who cannot pay for them or whose parents are behind meal plan payments sponsor state senator cynthia stone cream wants to end the practice known as meal shaming if in fact do for unpaid bills that should be dealt with by the parents or guardian but not shaming on humiliating the child cream also noting children are also punished by being a sq looted from school events and even report cards being withheld due to a meal debt declaration of no confidence in the leadership of umass president mardi men and the board trustees it comes from a group representing the faculty at umass boston they feel they're getting left behind while umass amherst is getting to campuses with the acquisition of mount ida college in newton trustees chair robert manning says they'll continue.
"board trustees" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"Oh unified school board trustee brooke ashton announcing today that he will not seek reelection ashen became board president in two thousand sixteen two years after he first ran to represent the bullard high school area he was replaced by elizabeth roses back in december after intense criticism over comments he made about lgbtq former central unified superintendent mike berg among those already expressing interest in ashton seat president county sheriff's investigators identifying the kerman couple who died in a murder suicide earlier this week deputies arrived at a home on the eight hundred block of south third street monday morning after residents saw thirty two year old victor robles stabbing himself in the front yard he died on the way to the hospital they entered the home and found his estranged wife thirty two year old carla manzano dead the ag department vows to help farmers facing economic loss over trade with china came j egg director don york reports a top agriculture to barbara lee leaders says all options are on the table when it comes to finding relief from a trade war with china for farmers deputy secretary of agriculture steve sanski says those options include buying up commodities through the commodity credit corporation the comments by ski confirm agriculture secretary sunny produced comments last week that the usda has something in the works to shield farmers from a trade war but purdue has not announced any details to what that may be this report is sponsored by john deere water rivulets irrigation john york km news effort to provide college for foster care kids advancing at the capital km jay's aaron abadia reports gilo for news senate education committee unanimously approving legislation would waive tuition and fees for children who've been in foster care for at least a year measure other by modesto rebublican dumb burial would apply to the community colleges uc system's studies found that foster care children are less likely to graduate from college if they've.
"board trustees" Discussed on WJR 760
"University of maryland school of public health has found the best reason yet to get a flu shot studying a group of students with active influenza during the twenty 1213 flu season researchers found while coughing did expel some flew particles they also discovered that almost half of the aerosol particles collected in the absence of coughing also contain flew matter in other words it's possible to spread the flu by just breathing no coughing or sneezing required but study author professor donald milton note since the study did not track transmission it's impossible to say for sure whether exhaled droplets would give someone the flu i'm barbara kusak residents norman rockwell's hometown of stockbridge massachusetts have a debate on their hand whether to change the bucolic look of downtown to improve traffic safety discussions include installing a traffic sir cup i'm anne cates seven sixty wjr news gene fogel good afternoon there's been a break within the ranks of the michigan state board of trustees involving the larry nassar case trust mitch lyon said he does not agree with the board's recent vote in support of school president liu analyst simon amid calls for resignation he said it feels the public has lost confidence in our ability to lead the university and that she should resign one board trustee you has supported simon the chairman brian buslim has announced he will not seek reelection this year meantime a least twenty six more victims of sports dr larry nassar are scheduled to testify tomorrow at his sentencing hearing named him county circuit court in lansing over ninety women spoke out against him this past week the two thousand eighteen north american international auto show got off to a roaring start with over one hundred twelve thousand people on hand for yesterday's first public opening the mild other today also attracting large crowds dave cohen former chairman of the center for automotive research in ann arbor says more people are considering trucks over cars these days well i think that there is a basic reason for that why.
"board trustees" Discussed on WTMA
"Tomorrow morning with some areas may be seen two or three i think most of us are going to stay below that note with so we will see any major flooding and that's good thing just bundle up and of course drive carefully if you'll be out today building the new muse children's hospital a huge project carrying a huge price tag three hundred eighty five million dollars at one time well that was the earlier cost estimate posting career reports the yesterday medical university's boarded trustees received word that it will cost about four million dollars more than that bringing the price tag to three hundred eighty nine million dollars the report also notes the universe at he has raised one hundred and twenty point six million in private donations for the facility the rest of the cost financed by the government the new children's haas middle at muse is supposed to be finished by march of 2019 colloton county sheriff's office searching for a 22yearold vandal twenty two year old vernon brandon johnson was arrested for breaking into a church earlier this month reports say he was able to escape from custody while still wearing handcuffs canines were not able to locate him it's believe he is in these snyder's highway uh low country highway areas of ruffin johnson is a white male they're looking for him if you can help call crime stoppers five five four eleven eleven well minnesota senator al franken reluctantly announced his resignation from congress yesterday succumbing coming to the threat of sexual harassment allegations that was notable that he used such a public.
"board trustees" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast
"Welcome to this episode of the successful on poor career podcast presented by employment for seniors with the support of nationwide insurance and the central ohio area agency on aging i'm carol than trescothick director of employment for seniors and abroad johnson them ready dfs board trustees as well know are career paths take us too many places often individuals change directions near career or have a hibbitt in our successful encore career podcast program we like to spotlight examples of those career pits that's right bret this is why we are welcoming today faith williams whose the vice president of programs at the y w c a in columbus two hours successful uncorked career podcast faith completed her career as a partner with a large local law firm before moving into the nonprofit world so ted faith thanks for joining us today we're gonna go ahead and get started and we wanna talk a little bit um to give you an opportunity to give us an overview of your background the work you did at the law firm and um as you were growing up was law the profession that you identified when people asked what you were going to be when you grew up thanks so much carol first of all i appreciate the opportunity to be here with you today and talk a little bit about my career transition um and what for me has been a really successful move into an encore career um so certainly i did not uh always have in mind that i was going to become a lawyer um uh there was no one in my family who had been in the legal profession which is a lot of the ways that many of us get our ideas about what we're gonna do with our lives and in fact my um my undergraduate degree was and political science in andhra natural relations and i worked after my.