17 Burst results for "Bull Creek"

"bull creek" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:56 min | 4 months ago

"bull creek" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Dr. Anthony Fauci now says it's a good idea to wear goggles were a face shield. You know, theoretically, you should protect all the mucosal surfaces. So if you have goggles or a knife a or an eye shield You should use it. I mean, it's not universally recommended. But if you really want to be complete, you should probably use it if you can doctor found, she tells ABC news. The Corona virus can enter your eyes, mouth and nose. Austin City Council today makes final decisions on the new budget for the police officer being a cadenas will. The Police Association believes the council is writing a political wave as they're set to make deep cuts into the department? Activists are calling for 50% cuts. Cadenas demands something else. I've had council members who have called me and who have told me quiet that they support the police department. However, they cannot do so publicly because it'll be political suicide. Well, I'm sorry. Nobody dragged you out of your house for you to become a City council member. The leader, he says, change is inevitable. But counsel should take their time with these police changes rather than make the cuts today. And then experiment. John Cooley News Radio K LBJ City Council has voted to condemn private property along Bull Creek against the owner's wishes. David Khan wants to build a boutique hotel on his land. It's near Spicewood Springs Road, Khan says The land is worth much more than the $4.5 million offered by the city. The city Council wants that land for the Upper Bull Creek Green Belt. The Austin City Council is giving the green light to a new contract to clean up homeless camps all over town. City Council members are worried how the cleanup crews will treat the homeless. So public works Director Richard Mendoza's says those cleanup crews will undergo sensitivity training. Some increase visits by our Social service providers, namely animal care, and the host teams have him visit these locations look prior and post cleanup. City Council members say they're going to have a lot more. Oversight over those crews cleaning up the homeless camps, the police Department headquarters building at eight and I 35 could come down, calling it his proposal to reconstruct and deconstruct Jimmy Flanagan out of District six, wants the old police headquarters building demolished and replaced by a new vision. Addressing systemic racism. He wants all LAPD staff ousted from that building and move to another city run building elsewhere. That's the deconstruct aspect is reconstruct plan includes forming various independent departments with civilian leaders, eliminating police executive leadership teams, and that he says, could shift $90 million to areas he believes. Need that money more than police. Patrick Osborne NewsRadio Kaylie J. 7 33 Here's Austin's on Time traffic with Melinda Brandt. 35 North abounded William Cannon, We have reports of a stalled vehicle and we are seeing a traffic congestion building up behind that just passed slaughter. Your next report said 7 45 mil into Brant.

City council Austin City Council LBJ City Council Cadenas Jimmy Flanagan police Department Police Association Dr. Anthony Fauci Richard Mendoza Upper Bull Creek Green Belt David Khan Bull Creek Patrick Osborne ABC John Cooley LAPD Austin executive officer William Cannon
"bull creek" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

07:31 min | 4 months ago

"bull creek" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Us We talked very Congressman Billy long about a variety of the issues of the day, including something that probably is true and mostly congressional districts in the country. A piece of infrastructure that is really rather dangerous. In your case. We're talking about a bridge on the bull creek in the in your district and ah, again our infrastructure. This is the one example of infrastructure problems all over this country. Jim, and in this particular case that steal the farmland of farmer had the river cutting 13 had both Creek cutting fame and he goes to the Army. Corbin Engineers say I want to build up Low water bridge, and they approved his plan. He built the bridge. They did not come back to inspect that he built a one foot or his contractor did that There's debate on how it got this big That is one foot taller than are supposed to be 18 feet wider than it was supposed to be. This is a little creek. And it's inevitable Creek. When it's a flood stage. A lot of people enjoyed canoeing and kayaking down. Uh, most recent fatality was a few weeks ago, and ah, 64 year old Rita Farrell to work in the post office there. Right outside of Springfield was tragically life ended last year, 13 months ago to other individuals they backed, thank spot. So when he built this low water crossings, supposedly low water crossing and the Army Corps of Engineers did not come back inspected, which they said they're in there, right, they said. All we have to do is look at the water quality. Water Act and make sure that it doesn't pollute stream. So I'm trying to work on legislation to get that chain back bridges. Fortunately, it's coming out. They're going to blast it out of there and go back and try and build a complying one that doesn't create a vortex or sucks down and The ground's kayakers. Jim's if you've got just a second that I did get one thing tied into this Corona virus thing, Dolly Parton. Did a poem on YouTube and her lime in there is if the virus don't kill us staying in Will and Andy Bar very, very good friend of mine, human breath gas or both Kentucky probably to my closest friends in Congress. Probably two of the nicest have not the nicest guys in Congress and Andy found his wife, deceased. Recently 39 years old, and she had had a heart condition. Seven year old nine year old little girls, Carol Barr, just the sweetest gal you ever met in your life and two young girls at home, and he found her deceased had a heart issue. She'd been to the doctor in March and the doctor's notes that Andy got today. He'd written echo after virus issues resolved. Because the governor of Kentucky, like a lot of these governors, Andy Bashir barred elective surgeries back in March. So a lot of you know, like one report on sauce is 65,000 people a month. Have deceased from being, you know, not allowed to have elective surgeries. And so there's a lot more deaths going on with cohle within. Just hold on. I think we need to take that in consideration, but to think that Cheryl Bars for Seeger was delayed until the virus inside. Well, she didn't live long enough to see the virus subsided. Now I am being widowed with Two Beautiful little girls 79 years old, So I just wanted I had obtained to break bread with Andy to saving after votes and just wanted, Teo. Let folks know there are things like that going on out. There is a tragic circumstance. You're working on the Broadband access in rural portions of America is more and more school systems are opting to send school to homeschooling, essentially online schooling. A lot of people don't have the access, do they? Now they don't jam and that that's the thing about the rule on urban divide that I've worked on ever since I came to Congress and we've got two or three different bills were working on in that regard and one thing that we did do on energy and commerce. This forest self help. We've got some of that past before this virus broke out, and it's been a godsend. And I don't think the tele how's going anywhere but telehealth on do any good if he don't have broadband access and camp. Talk to your doctor over the Internet, So, yeah, You're exactly right. We've got several bills dressy map, and I'm gonna position on energy and commerce where I can be pretty effective on that. Have a call from Bobby in Port ST Lucie, Florida for Missouri Congressman Billy Long. Hello, Bobby. Thank you, Jim. And you always seem to bring up something I was thinking about. You know, I'm cutting my court on cable and the Internet and I'm going with like Sam's on fire stuff. Which one thing today and and all of this, But you know you're saying what you need. You can get the Internet out in the country. Well, there are some places it varies from place to place, Bobby. No, I understand. But if you try to get it anywhere, we're Comcast or 18 teamwork. If you punch in your zip code, he usually says not available. I think wife, I'll be floating all over this country. For that point, But the other thing that I just brought that up because you mentioned it to him. He only pros I see with the school shutting down and Washington like you guessed it. They had to do Ah. Zoom, chat bribing. I like that. I wish all our representatives would stay away from K Street put Washington DC out in the middle of Nebraska. And Abby had. Why can't our representatives do thing online from our city hall? Our city Council chambers? Well, I don't know that you could make everything virtual in that regard. But with about a minute to go here, Billy your thoughts about Ah, well, I guess how Congress can work virtually and about broadband in rural areas. I think working virtually is fine when you when it's mandatory necessary, But, uh, this remote voting proxy voting that by foot just the rule, it wasn't loaded on. It was just the room Democrats by fourth where they could stay home and it's interesting when you watch on C span. People voting remotely. They're They're from New Jersey. They're from Virginia. You know, people are not coming in to Washington, D C or I'm taking two flights. Get out here and to fly to get home and a lot of other folks traveling a lot further than I do So some things can't be done remotely. But these zoom zoom committee is not like sitting there looking the witness in the face. And communicating directly with them. So some remote voting I think, if if you really have we had a two situations this year what Congressman had Children that were severely injured. They need to stay home. Stay private, little with him, and I think they should have been able to vote remotely. But now anybody can just by saying I I want to go out boating. Fair enough. All right. Thank you. Much Billie Appreciate it to Missouri Congressman Billy Long from Marie Seventh District, and we'll be back in just a moment. News, weather traffic and business every day here on NewsRadio. Katie, This isn't a grilled cheese I'm making. It's a melty masterpiece that deserves a kitchen worthy of greatness. Looks like my part is full of packages again. It also looks like my compulsive buying.

Congressman Billy Long Congress Jim Andy Congressman Kentucky bull creek Washington Bobby Missouri Army Corps of Engineers Springfield Andy Bashir Dolly Parton Army Rita Farrell YouTube Comcast Andy Bar
"bull creek" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:09 min | 6 months ago

"bull creek" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"When in nineteen sixty nine interestingly enough the earliest foreign members of the band never lasted long enough to plan any of the group's recordings Polly struggled with personnel changes and for our performance early on they would find success in nineteen eighty with the release for a steel which catapulted them to rock superstar status today they released eighteen studio albums with sales of over fifty million five traffic on the five hour drive there where they're open for business got stellar when dealing with two issues on the roadways fawn township we have an accident route nine oh wait between callin lane and the intersection of bull creek road and Thompson road we have a lane restriction in that area over in South Park crews on the scene of a vehicle fire on route eighty eight just after Churchill road if you're heading on the southbound side the lady's beginning before Clifton road if you're headed southbound not as heavy on the northbound side slowdowns in both directions on twenty two because of roadworks between Murrysville Monroeville west bound delays begin back at McCall road stretch all the way up to the parkway traffic and weather brought you by DuckDuckGo privacy want the same internet for more privacy doctor goes got you covered they help millions of people like you get privacy online without any trade offs with one download you can search and browse privately avoiding trackers all for free DuckDuckGo privacy simplified earnings report at one forty five from the Presbyterian senior Kerr network traffic center I'm Scott Stiller on newsradio ten twenty KDKA to the minute accu weather forecast brought to you by Ireland contractor call one eight hundred new rule for Ireland contracting dot com as we have thunderstorm why jazz but issue from the area the ones runs till eight o'clock this evening hazy warm bandcamp of the century a couple thunderstorms in the area will continue into this evening and you start to be severe with damaging winds and find flooding high today eighty three so could be a shower overnight lows sixty seven I'm accu weather's Bob Morrison what is radio ten twenty.

Polly Scott Stiller Ireland Bob Morrison South Park McCall road
"bull creek" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:45 min | 11 months ago

"bull creek" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Norton dot com slash radio for twenty five percent off five seven oh five triple a traffic powered by browsers Chevrolet in beaver falls in I'm in Roseville selling gamble all right Joe thanks in fun township Allegheny county this is not far from the ramps to route twenty eight there is an accident heads up on bull creek road near the intersection with the ridge road once you're on the main line of twenty eight things were pretty well coming out of the Allegheny valley or find a little bit a slowdown as you pass the ramps for Highland Park bridge the major delays begin for you in earnest right at that route eight over pass area as you get past the routing exit and head down toward the forty thirty First Street bridge is very heavy traffic for you they're speaking of having parkway west in bound is stop and go from the top of green tree hill down into the fort Pitt tunnels parkway east about kind of fluctuating sometimes closer to Churchill's where you'll get line right now we're looking at life with PennDOT camera and it seems to be between the Greensburg pike on ramp and the workers for offramp is where you're getting heavy traffic there triple a traffic on the five is brought to you by the law firm chief in the Honda doing good by doing right for injured people every day chief Amman understands how difficult life can be after an accident and they'll work hard for you to get you the money you deserve visit chafing Lana dot com our next Tripoli traffic on the five at seven fifteen from the Presbyterian senior Kerr network traffic center I'm Ellen gamble newsradio ten twenty KDKA now here's the up to the minute accu weather forecast Ireland contracting call one eight hundred new rules for visit Ireland contracting dot com windy today with clouds giving way to sunshine and a high of forty three increasing clouds flow twenty five tonight and cloudy tomorrow with a little snow possible mainly south east of the city or a coating to an inch.

beaver falls Ellen gamble Tripoli PennDOT fort Pitt Highland Park bull creek Joe Roseville Allegheny county Ireland Amman Honda offramp Greensburg pike Churchill First Street bridge Allegheny valley
"bull creek" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"bull creek" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Shooting in Spring Hill that left a man in critical condition KDKA TV is Megan Schiller has more name is Judas what age is thirty two years old police say that she shot a man multiple times yesterday morning along the Rhine streets detectives use the nearby Housing Authority and city of Pittsburgh cameras in order to locate her vehicle found her hiding allegedly in some random person's house she told officers that he had called her section and threatened to kill her and threw something at her why he's facing a number of charges including criminal attempted homicide and aggravated assault the body of a twenty four year old homeless man was pulled from a creek in Tarentum Wednesday afternoon the body was seen floating in bull creek under a railroad bridge rescue crews determined it was a man reported missing by a friend he has not been identified yet no sign of trouble fully say no foul play suspected the Allegheny county medical examiner's office will perform an autopsy the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office has grim warning about the trajectory of federal spending CBO says the federal debt is on an unsustainable course and lawmakers will have to increase taxes or cut spending or both to get the country on a sustainable footing the deficit is expected to balloon to more than one trillion dollars in the next fiscal year Major League Baseball has said players a warning memo CBS is the fireman has details Major League Baseball is telling its players be careful if you're using over the counter sexual enhancers it could result in the suspension the league says the over the counter products may contain some prohibited performance enhancing drugs a member warns that the products present a real risk for players who undergo regular drug testing the league.

Spring Hill Megan Schiller Judas Housing Authority assault Tarentum bull creek Congressional Budget Office Major League Baseball CBS Baseball Pittsburgh Allegheny county one trillion dollars thirty two years twenty four year
"bull creek" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"bull creek" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Bachelorette right there Christie Brinkley and James vanderbeek Dawson's creek varsity blues James Vander we yeah another if you were offered dancing with the stars would you do it he would have no interest and no interest you know what I would do so you think you can dance because I can slash dance sexy president Israel suggesting that people who support Democrats are just respecting the Jewish people I think that if you vote for a Democrat you're very very disloyal to Israel as a Jewish state the president's critics say he's conflating opposition to Israel's government with hatred of the Jewish people authorities say a deputy constable who was shot during a traffic stop in Houston escaped serious injury because he was wearing a bullet proof vest Harris County precinct seven constables office as a driver opened fire after the constable pulled him over early this morning in southwest Houston road an intersection upgrades will begin this month as part of a mixed use development in central Austin known as the Grove at shoal creek daily lane closures are possible on forty fifth street and bull creek road for about the next nine months your kale BJ radar weather watch.

Christie Brinkley James Vander president Israel Houston Austin shoal creek James vanderbeek Dawson Harris County forty fifth nine months
"bull creek" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"bull creek" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Video surveillance where we were able to get that other vehicle security hands ten person of interest to happen very quickly no charges have been filed in that incident at this time the man whose car went through a fence and into a swimming pool this morning in plum has died he has been identified as forty nine year old William Gibson of Penn hills the red Chevy cobalt he was driving was submerged into plum police officers jumped into the pool to pull him out of the vehicle he was taken to a hospital where he died speed is not believed to have been a factor in that crash nobody's been pulled from bull creek into random that creek flows into the Allegheny River KDKA TV reporting river rescue crews along with police and medics were at a boat launch at the trend in bridge couple hours ago no other details are available right now the Pentagon says two US service members were killed in action Wednesday in Afghanistan CBS news has learned they were killed by enemy small arms fire names were not released it brings to fourteen the number of Americans killed in combat in Afghanistan this year the department of homeland security is moving to and a long standing federal court agreement to limit how long immigrant children can be kept in detention acting homeland security secretary Kevin mac lean and says the trump administration's move will work for everybody the new rule establishes a high national standard for chip for care of children and families in custody allows the government to keep families together for fair and expeditious immigration proceedings for stores integrity or immigration system and eliminating center for children to be user supported soon the United States the movie is almost certain to spark a new court fight over the government's ability to hold families until their cases are decided with a period of public comment complete the state game commission is considering a ban on feeding deer a committee recommended expanding the band earlier this year which already prohibits feeding elk and bears earlier on KDKA radio the commission's Travis loud to Larry and Shawn healthy wildlife functions off a healthy fear of people we begin to break down when we start to do things like offer them when you have to wait a while life if you call all sorts of he says those problems include disease such as chronic wasting disease found in deer on Wall Street today have for intelligence as the Dow closed up two hundred forty points at twenty six thousand two oh two the nasdaq up seventy one and the S. and he was up twenty four in sports prior to nationals continue there series at PNC park.

chronic wasting disease Travis loud secretary US Chevy Penn hills swimming PNC park William Gibson Shawn Larry Kevin mac Afghanistan Pentagon bull creek cobalt forty nine year
"bull creek" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"bull creek" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Murder suicide Robert this news radio okay LBJ America like of the greater Austin crime commission says the city's falling farther and farther behind when it comes to public safety resources and changes to the homeless ordinances are now playing a role in that executive director Carrie Roberts is a rolled out a neighborhood network to give people a voice they may not get it city council meeting the network is designed to educate people yeah I'm involved in the process and let the public safety advocate voice be heard at city hall as many of Austin's neighborhood swimming pools age will be on their life cycles parks and recreation department is recommending a new regional pool model of public comment session is set for tomorrow at Zilker botanical garden awesome police arrest a man for allegedly raping a fifteen year old girl into the loop three sixty bridge and bull creek park on Wednesday twenty one year old chase Ortiz faces twenty years in prison for sexual assault of a child girl made several attempts to get away before being assaulted your Kelly generate our weather watch clear cool overnight lows sixty seven get Austin news on demand at newsradio kale B. J. dot com this you're listening to coast to coast AM with Ian Punnett early the Amboy dukes plan that Gibson guitar under his arm like a but.

Robert executive director Carrie Roberts city hall Austin bull creek park Ortiz assault Kelly Ian Punnett Murder newsradio kale B. Gibson twenty one year fifteen year twenty years
"bull creek" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"bull creek" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And there've already been nineteen this month lease union, president can cast date till CBS Austin. They also had a rash of shootings a few months ago. We know about it. We've been very vocal. City council's very well aware of it. But we're not keeping up with the fire EMS or police with the growth of the city. More patrols will also be seen on rainy street and fourth street and Cass day. Does does expect activity to increase as the weather warms up? So it was Austin deals with an upper trend and violent crime police are investigating. Another stabbing that happened. Just last night. Police say man was stabbed near the arch homeless shelter. The attacker did manage to get away yards has become a big source of debate due to its proximity to numerous violent crimes and plentiful. Drug. Use Travis county commissioners looked at double down on their opposition to property tax revenue caps. The county's liaison to the legislature Steen explains the commissioners and aspect of the revenue cabs Bill. The Senate is discussing is that under the Bill if you plan to adopt a tax rate that will exceed the rollback rate of coupon. Five percent you must adopted by August fifteenth. He says that would back up the county's budgeting process. Meanwhile, the county will likely pass a resolution denouncing the property tax. Revenue caps as harmful to the county. Eric like of NewsRadio KLBJ areas. Just north of Austin apparently seeing a major boom and apartments department, data dot com. Cindy read says last year, the areas of Louisville tech ridge and wells branch saw almost fifteen hundred new apartments, and this year is looking much the same for that area is really booming and in cedar park and Leander is going to deliver about fourteen hundred units. And then we've got another person the downtown area. We've got almost fourteen hundred units under construction and probably going to be delivered this year as well. Read says while other Texas cities are seeing slight economic slowdowns faith in the Austin market remains high John Kelly, NewsRadio KLBJ seventy five acre mixed use development known as the grove is now under construction at forty fifth street and bull creek. And while the original plan was to offer single family homes at a much lower price CEO of milestone community builders Garrett. Martin does you things have gotten a lot more expensive in the year since that land was purchased a cost increases that we've seen as an industry from the time. We were having conversations two and three. Two years ago to now I mean longer is up twenty five.

Austin Steen Travis county CBS president City council CEO NewsRadio KLBJ Senate cedar park Martin Eric Louisville Cindy bull creek Texas Leander
"bull creek" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"bull creek" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Known officers scene and to note that his life was taken now minutes after meeting interacting with that person. Talknet. Officer leaves a wife and a five month old baby. It's going to be tough traveling parts of the midwest today winter storm and blizzard warnings stretch down from Minnesota to Kansas thunderstorms, roll to Texas so badly the cancelled a college football bowl game for the first time ever the Boise state see game. This is Fox News. 702 and good morning. Patrick osborne. This news brought to you by Financial Engines topping Austin's news, emergency crews. Pull a Travis county deputy and another driver out of floodwater and Maynard this morning star flight was called in hoist both of them out of the water. The driver who was rescued has been taken to the shore for a medical evaluation, and that was one of numerous rescues due to the heavy rain. Overnight long bull creek tube vehicles for swept away they were both trying to cross barricade on spice with springs. Both drivers. There were found to be uninjured responding to a call about a fire on east fifty six street this morning. Austin Travis county EMS as a body has been found inside of a burning boat that person was pronounced dead at the scene. Fire. Investigators conducting a joint investigation into this death along with the Austin police department, a former Austin executive it was arrested last month for super aggravated sexual assault of a child is out of jail. After judge lowers his bond from one million dollars down to six hundred thousand dollars. Corvettes Barrick told police in his arrest, affidavit urges are uncontrollable. And the young girls are not safe around him. This neighbor speaking anonymously to cave, you says he's outraged that the judge lowered this bond. Grew direction during sunset. And his bond was lowered after his lawyer filed a writ of habeas corpus claiming that one million dollars was illegal because it was too excessive law enforcement agencies around central Texas or making a push on social media to remind drivers to lock does vehicle. Doors slip into curb more vehicle break ins, Austin police officer, Brandon Sali's says sometimes people get lucky and find a door unlocked other times, they will make away again, if they see an opportunity, which is why he says, he'll leave anything in the car. Don't leave anything immediate view secure things in your glovebox parking will areas if you're gonna do quite a bit of shopping, maybe an inconvenience but trying to hold onto as many of your purchases as you can without having to leave them into vehicle. And if you are a victim, he says, no matter if they stole something or not call the police, so they can know what is happening in the area. John cooling, NewsRadio KLBJ. And it's now seven zero four let's get you look at Austin's on time. Traffic got a.

Austin Austin Travis county EMS Austin police department Texas Travis county Officer Patrick osborne Brandon Sali aggravated sexual assault Barrick John cooling Minnesota Maynard football Boise officer executive Kansas
"bull creek" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

07:59 min | 2 years ago

"bull creek" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"From. Thanks so much. Larry gatlin, a dear friend of the fifteenth club on kale BJ. Welcome back at plummets at Scotty stares along with Brad and Ben Bucknell. Let's get you up to date on the NFL scores. NFL scoreboard. Brought to you by the great folks at Adele golf. Don't look now. But the Texans have taken the lead in Denver Houston leads the Broncos by a score of nineteen seventeen. Six forty four to play in that game chargers over the Seahawks. Twenty five to ten and the Rams are making a game of saints lead. The Rams thirty five twenty seven there at the end of the third quarter. And of course, the big Sunday night game tonight Packers and patriots. It's going to be Tom Brady against Aaron Rodgers Packers. Only three three and one patriots six and two. But anytime you get these two guys on the field. Scotty, it is gonna be a great great great thing to watch. The patriots at home are going to be. I think that's too tough for the Packers to handle. I'll take the patriots patriots favorite only by five and a half points. Yeah. Take him given the point. Let's start. Let's talk lines with Nestle golf course. Yeah. It's time for a state media report brought to you by the depicted cabaret where we would have been today, except they got a little boisterous over there with the games watching the Texans and such. Oh, yeah. Don't blame him at all. And also our friends at modest Tex-Mex right down the street from lines meeting. Got a mention a couple of things. There's a reason I play Houston at that bumper there is because in Houston, the Gus worth municipal course has been revitalized and their stories up on the internet encourage everybody to go look at that. That is a model for other cities to follow. Right. And I'm so disappointed right now in the way that our city council. They're fragmented. You know, it seems like everybody's got their own district. And they don't seem to care about saving a golf course in the center of the city, which is we desperately need to save sixty five thousand rounds ago every year more tournaments there than any other place in Austin eight has school teams have that as their practice facility juniors seniors. Hispanics, African Americans. Everybody plays there. It's very blue collar and the city has a chance to save it. They need to step up and do it. Now, they did have a. They did have a little resolution this week. To try to delay the negotiations at UT in the city on November twenty sixth. It'd be six months out from when the lease expires have to give each other notice on what their intentions are. And the city wants to say, well, let's push that back until the end of February before we sent these letters back and forth. Right. In the meantime, we will negotiate on what happens with the golf course. Right. There are plenty of things that you t wants from our city that our city could exchange with them for fair value and get that Greenspace save it for future generations. They need to step up and do it really. Appreciate it. If they do that course has got to be saved in. There is a group of included. And we'll go out and help them raise money to do the renovation. So the tax payers of Austin don't have to pay for the renovation, which of course, could use spiffing up bit better practice facilities enhanced clubhouse facilities and such. And and make it a facility, but it is for the whole city. Only twelve percent of the rounds are actually west Austin rounds. Right. It's the only golf course in the center of the city Hancocks only nine holes as we know. And then you've got you've got gray rock, and you got cazar and Jimmy clay Morris Williams for other parts of the city, but the players still come to me any because of the history it is a history. And of course, the history with the first African Americans play on that golf course you've got to think about that. Because it's got the struggle marker after historical marker and also the Greenspace Scotty because we're losing Greenspace in this town. At an unbelievable fashion. We've got Tzilker park. We've got Muny. We've got noise part peace park, north west park. So the grain spaces are going left and right in this town. Yeah. Waterloo park downtown. You know, they've spent a bunch of money on on that and the and the crate down there. The great cities in this country. Save their grains is great cities have great great space that that's a fact and Lance municipal was just voted. The favourite municipal golf course. In Austin, Ryan, the Austin chronicle reader's poll, and one of the thing I want to mention we're not gonna get political on this show. If we did believe that to you and Jeff. But on our ballot this week on Tuesday. Propositions see is parks and recreation bond issue, I certainly didn't vote. Yes. On all the propositions. Didn't they were couple of did? But this is a bond measure that's on the ballot. Where the city will set aside one hundred forty nine million dollars in bonds for the planning construction and renovation of parks and recreation centers in Austin as well as a crying land to build them. Again recreation is an important part of our social life in Austin green spaces important part. So we've got to support our parks depart. Yes. You know, they're they're they're struggling with money. All the time. I agree. And you know, you look at the university of Texas, and they do own by the Breckenridge track where the marriage student housing is they own the land. If you don't know where who they own that were hula it is and that area down by Mozart's that's the university of Texas own too. And I think they just have to do the right thing in it wears me out to hear that. Oh, UT needs the money. Are you kidding me? They don't need the money because they're one of the wealthiest universities in the country saying that I know that the board of regents have for these Sherry Rousselot spots ability to Texas Xs and the state of Texas to do the right thing. But the thing the right thing to do is not put a bed bath and beyond concrete that hundred twenty five acre track that would be unbelievable not only the people who live in that area who go to school in that area, and the people who travel from downtown Austin in the Westlake the infrastructure problems would be cataclysm. Smick for the city of Austin, if they do they do put thirty thousand people on that on that piece. You our last council had a chance to buy the property where the grove is going to be over at forty fifth and bull creek that could have bought that property for twenty seven million dollars for the appraised value for years ago. They passed on it. Yeah. Said they couldn't get the money together. Fast enough. Well, you know, the developers came in and bought it for forty six million. Sorry city made a colossal mistake. They've made mistakes before with Muny and passing on the chance to put that issue behind forever and O'Bannon Brad her sitting here with us today. They played a lot of golf at lines. And it was an important part of their golf educated growing up even people that are have have come to Austin have come to accept line for what it is. And how would it brings to the city? I mean, anybody gunplay it's five minutes from downtown. And it's a great way to get escape side citing scape being downtown. It's a great stress reliever. And you can walk around drink some beer and have a good time. That's what that course provides an economically for the those hotels downtown and people who are be here on on vacation and tourists. It's an asset to have a golf course. Five minutes away from downtown. Yeah, we, you know, one of the one of the goals of whatever group runs, that course in the future. Whether it's the city or a foundation is to keep the green fees for Austin residents comparable to what they are today. But you know, those. Out-of-towners that come in that play from the hotels. You know, they they might be paying a.

Austin golf patriots Scotty NFL Rams Adele golf Packers Larry gatlin Austin chronicle Seahawks Brad Broncos Denver Houston Tom Brady university of Texas bull creek
"bull creek" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"bull creek" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"I'm Eric like a service of John Deere egg pro Senator Lindsey Graham at the Atlantic festival in Washington DC pushing back against President Trump's characterization rally Mississippi of Christine Bazi Ford, but he did show support for supreme court nominee. Judge Brett Cavanaugh who forty accuses of sexual assault from their high school days. The crowd did not approve flight with the president said last night. I'm the first person to say I want to hear from Dr Ford. I thought she was handled. Respectfully thought Cavanaugh was treated like crap. Yeah. Yourself. The FBI is currently investigating the allegations of confirmation process has been put on hold for the time being. But that report could be made available to senators today. GOP Senator from Texas John Cornyn sits on the Senate Judiciary committee and says they did not direct nor did they let Democrats direct. The investigation process has become so dysfunctional already. That's all we need to do is to mock up a background investigation conducted by the FBI by senators trying to control who was who was talked to. And that sort of thing Cornyn hopes the conclusion of the report is made public in the cavenaugh is confirmed this week, Texas based JC penny gets a new CEO just in time for the holiday season. The retailer says Jill Soltau will take the reins on October fifteenth. She used to head up the JoAnne stores chain. She replaces Marvin Ellison who left JC Penney and may to become the CEO of lows. She is JC Penney's fifth chief executive in the last decade. Rachel Mira say NewsRadio KLBJ. Evacuees near a gas main break near forty fifth and mo- Packer being allowed back in their homes. Align was repaired after a break earlier this morning, but police still have two blocks closed off at bull creek road. East.

Christine Bazi Ford Brett Cavanaugh John Cornyn FBI Jill Soltau Senator Lindsey Graham chief executive CEO Texas President Trump president John Deere Rachel Mira assault mo- Packer Washington Mississippi Senate Judiciary committee bull creek GOP
"bull creek" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"bull creek" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"I'm Eric like Caesar service of build a sofa dot com a gas leak closes off road in north Austin prompts. Evacuation of some residents this morning. A construction crew was digging in the forty three hundred block of bull creek drive. When they struck a six inch gas main Ostra, please closed off a two block stretch of the road just east of moped and forty fifth street some apartment dwellers in the area were evacuated as a precaution. Texas. Gas crews are working to clamp the line by digging around the area is expected to be shut down for several more hours. You're asked to avoid it. John Cooney NewsRadio KLBJ city of Austin staffers. Warren city council their decision to write a policy that would bar companies involved with President Trump border wall from working with the city and only make matters worse capital contracting. Office says the city's already having trouble getting its construction projects filled. It has proposed legislation could make it even harder to find quality construction companies to work with. City of Austin gotten a very lackluster response from property owners along Manchester road who've been asked to weigh in on a potential name change. Sam says only four percent gave any response to the survey asking their thoughts on renaming the road to Menchaca the actual spelling of the street's namesake. Jose Machaca council members steal your. Renteria say it's a defensive at the name was misspelled in the first place, the KLBJ radar weather watch mostly cloudy Ninety-one at Austin's airport. Austin news on demand at NewsRadio KLBJ dot com. Jeff and add brought to you by g Texas dot com. Making home automation simple. KLBJ five ninety AM and ninety nine point seven FM presents Jeff Ward, Ed Clement. Welcome to our little show. We are quite a debate guilt or innocence as much as it will sad. Many of you who want to say the same things over and over again, we will not debate the guilt or innocence Cavanaugh based.

Austin Jeff Ward Warren city Austin's airport John Cooney Ostra Texas Caesar Cavanaugh Jose Machaca Renteria Manchester Menchaca President Ed Clement Sam four percent forty fifth
"bull creek" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

07:06 min | 2 years ago

"bull creek" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"By that. I want to talk about this focus group thing because it's just infecting American politics politics, and it's infecting Republican policies, and if it affects their ability to win elections. Focus groups in and of themselves. They're not a bad thing. They do help companies. Learn what their customers what? And in some fields. It's probably critical. I would think for example in the grocery store business. Finding out what your customers wish were in the store, and they're not in there. If you don't know that'd be a good thing to don't want. So it's not a totally useless kind of thing. But I've been around him is everybody, you know, back in my early days in radio what I was on the ascendancy at management of a very successful regional broadcasting company. We're doing the focus groups in the whole thing. I just never liked the concept in my opinion is always bad. If I need the audience to tell me what I ought to be doing on the radio. I shouldn't be involved in working in radio if the audience do better to do radio that I did the audience should be working radio. Here's a consulting groups that good for excuse me. Focus groups good for the good for. Paul all nervous in here. Do I sound like an insane democrat right now insanity is what you've got to give them back at response to their own insanity. You don't focus groups are good for you should be able to figure this out. What types of people alive for focus groups good for. People who don't know what they're doing a lot of people don't know what they do it in the fields that they're in solicited of customers telling you what they ought to do probably helps you, but if you're already good at what you do you shouldn't be listening to a focus group because you would know more than the for example, if I got in three hundred people who are listed as the by program and asked all three hundred what I should do other radio. And I listened to them. I'd be an idiot. Because if they all do how to do my show better than me. They should be doing my show. This is not to say that you can run around and never do anything. The your audience wants I provide a product that the audience likes. I think they like the fact that I present stories that they aren't gonna get in the newspaper on local television that I cover things and let them know what's going on in the community that I passionately argue a conservative point of view, or at least my point of view, which usually lines up with that. I do a show. I think they like all of those things, but I'm not gonna focus group my way out into doing it. So here's your focus group as you bring it all these people and you put them behind. You see a two way mirror. What way beer, whatever. The what is where the audience doesn't know that you're looking at it. They're seeing a mirror you're seeing them. And you ask a bunch of questions and you're bringing an eight or nine different groups. You get all of this stuff to try to come up with input as to what you ought to be doing in the field that you're doing. And it's just a thing that I understand why Democrats do it because Democrats and their politics is always catered toward giving people what they want. That's all Democrats are and who does it what welfare who doesn't want free. This who does it want free that? So the Democrats are going gonna run away for get on Medicare for all free health care for all who wouldn't want that Republicans can't ever match that. And they don't believe in it. They don't believe that we can simply spend ourselves into the ground. They don't believe that we can keep taking from the successful and giving to the unsuccessful in subsidizing everyone's life different philosophy. So for the Democrats have all your if you're all you're focused on is giving people all the crap that they say that they want and not. Worrying about how you would ever pay for it. Sure. You listen to the focus group said if you're a Republican you can't do that. For one thing. Many Republican issues are issues that people are shy about saying allowed because they've been told their entire lives for thinking that way, you're a bigot or racist, or this that or another thing how many people that are focused group right now, if you're willing to say, I think we ought to build the wall how many people that are focused group would be willing to get up there and say I got a real concern about in. Then, you know, some protected class of individuals or talk tough on immigration or any number of things that are out there. People don't want to say these things they don't even want to say that to a pollster much on the phone anonymously much less than a room with other people that are out there. The Republican candidate has to be somebody who has a vision of where people are and where to take you their community or their country. And if you don't have that these focus groups that are going to tell the consultants that tell you things in which you are going to lose, you know, who was the focus group type Republican Bob Dole in the campaign that he ran against Clinton in one thousand nine hundred ninety six was a focus group driven campaign. If Bob Dole had run a different kind of campaign. I'm not sure he would have won in the nineties. The economy was going pretty good. Maybe Clinton was always going to get himself but get himself reelected. But running a vapid issue this campaign based on nothing in which the things that really motivated frustrated American conservative voters and just leaving those things off the table is prescription to lose. Most almost all people who are in the center or to the right are horrified of the notion of Nancy Pelosi being the speaker of the United States. How would the world can you not run on that? Most people who are in the center and to the right thing that Maxine Waters is a Lou how can you not run on, you know, they're gonna make her a committee chairman, and I guarantee you they'll make maker a committee chairman, she'll scream break, if the Democrats get this thing back they don't make her chairman she'll scream races. And you know, they'll cave into her. You've got to be willing to run out of these things who will be called racist. No kidding. No kidding. In the same way that my career would have gone nowhere. If I would have done with all the focus groups were telling me to do don't talk about this don't like about that. If I did all the things that everyone else is being told they'd be doing the same show that everybody else is doing. I'd be as boring as the mayor bull creek over there. I would be. He doesn't know what he's doing. So probably they have a consultant who tells them what to do what he goes out and puts on the boring little crap that he puts out of the radio. Well, if I listened to everybody else tell me what it was that. I was supposed to do. I'd just be as boring as the people who are no good at my job. The same thing is true with regard to winning elections. You don't Trump says the theories right Iran against seventeen Republicans, and they were the brightest people in my party, and I beat them. All maybe I know what I'm doing. Now, maybe if you'd only gets two or three of them could have been marginalized in one of what? The fact is he get wet, and he gets very strong candidates. And he kind of knew what he was doing. Because he didn't listen to anybody who was telling him. You can't say this. You can't say that you can't do this. You can't do that at eleven thirty w I said, hey, Joe, how's your fantasy winning team? Doing awesome this week. I'm playing my guys from cornerstone community Bank data Quincy who can see the field and is on fire. Rick Nevada, any who's not afraid to call an audible to get the deal done faster and Chris service, who's really starting to light up the scoreboard, man. You put together a great team. With those cornerstone guys, I drafted a winner from a big Bank is he slow. I think he's from the Canadian league. One of my other wonders is hamstrung by an out of state won't committee out of state loan committee. My team calls its own place, and when crunch time hits is very efficient with clock management model. Make a trade not.

chairman Bob Dole consultant Clinton Nancy Pelosi Quincy Paul mayor bull creek Medicare Joe Canadian league Rick Nevada Maxine Waters United States Iran Trump Chris service Lou eleven thirty w
"bull creek" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"bull creek" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Center it's three hundred forty acre development construction will start in may grand opening plan for twenty twenty the williamson county sheriff's office may have a new lead in a sixteen year missing persons case rachel disappeared in two thousand and two after leaving her house for a job she was nineteen at the time and hasn't been seen or heard from since january morning but shortly after she vanished reports started coming in about a sports car that was seen in georgetown neighborhood around that same time sheriff's office says a car matching that same description has been found in north texas brought back to the austin area for forensic testing investigators believe this could be the most significantly they've had since the case was opened up and chef robert showed he'll be giving update later this morning patrick osborne newsradio lbj company that lets you rent an rv or rent out your rv is relocating from california to washington the company is outdoors e cofounders john young who says austin has a lot of talent we wanted to we wanted to be in a really important market an important state for us in texas is that the grove development in central austin is still tied up in city red tape even though the city council approved it in december of two thousand sixteen people living near the site at forty fifth and bull creek road have been fighting that project from the very beginning the austin monitor reports the grove is now taking three to four times the normal time to get planning commission final approval some city staffers concede the political controversy is behind the big delays six thirty three now let's get you up to date on time traffic here's melinda branch well this is down prior informal linda brandt and we've got a wreck right now this is southbound one eighty three at mckinney falls parkway also another wreck that's going to be read bring us drive is your approach paleface ranch road way up there in that neck of the woods you got a little fender bender also stalled vehicle palmer at mcallen pass at another wreck southbound thirty five as you approach slaughter get ready for some backup there down prior with austin's on time traffic mostly cloudy breezy and humid today we'll.

rachel robert california austin texas city council melinda branch linda brandt mcallen pass williamson county georgetown north texas patrick osborne mckinney falls parkway three hundred forty acre sixteen year forty fifth
"bull creek" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"bull creek" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"They get the finale started at eleven forty this morning from saint louis competing with you on this wednesday a big news day paul ryan will not seek reelection we're going to have his press conference live should be right after nine o'clock we're gonna get reaction we played a little bit of the governor's interview that we did shortly before the show started this morning his his relationship with paul ryan which is long standing they grew up in the in the same part of the wisconsin area and i've known paul ryan for ten years he was my congressman i worked with him when i was the mayor bull creek actually introduced me when i spoke in washington dc on capitol hill a couple of years ago now he was the guy that introduced me before i spoke and i always appreciate it dan got a great picture of that of that day whenever i asked him to do something he would always do it he's he's he's somebody that i know this in the in the hyper political world we live in now that all politicians get beat up he's a sincere individual he's as the governor said he's the policy wonk no doubt about that he digs deep on issues and that's something that people should appreciate every race he's run he's one he won at least fifty five percent of the vote in every race there's there's a lot of politicians would love to have that kind of a record and he was course being he's going to be challenged by randy bryce know what that race would have been i i'll say it right now paul ryan would have won that race so that this is why we expected this to happen if it was going to at all him announce a retirement we expected it soon because you need to help whoever else is going to run for your seat on the republican side so who is on that list now who runs for his seat well i think robin blas speaker the robin boston wisconsin i think is one of those one of those people now i think i've talked to him about that in the past and and he's he hasn't been very committed lot because everyone loves paul ryan what about ryan previous previous another name against rob there there's always the unknowns everybody loves to work in.

saint louis congressman mayor bull creek randy bryce robin blas wisconsin rob washington dan fifty five percent ten years
"bull creek" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

The Crypto Street Podcast

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"bull creek" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

"Yeah did you get a tracer or alleger at bull creek i mean that's pretty cool that develop a cripple finish the bins are like oh i wanna get you this yes which one do you prefer of you used any of them or let's see i feel like our while is a little easier definitely easier so next question what are the benefits of looking for vc's or taking a loner instead of just doing an ice you right now i don't know you guys know i am see him oh i irish security company so i actually working at up i steal to what he thinks i see those are a little bit dicey i would say in one sense just because the government's really taking a look at these things and starting to crack down on authorized ico's so i think that's one risk of doing ico versus a traditional seed round in venture capital where you raise a certain amount of money or you know taking a business loners got a positive to and i see oh is you're probably going to raise money to be honest so i think it's kind of a battle between if you do and i see oh the right way then you know you're you're covering all bases and you know you're not gonna get in trouble than definitely allows ambitious companies just to get started they much you know like i like ice ios just because i think it's been so awesome for the investors just the little guys like this where you know you have people who can come in and start with a really low amount of capital get in on something that's maybe on the ground floor and then if they are able to pick the right project they can be really awesome returns for them unfortunately it's starting to change the landscape so it's not as easy to pull off an ice anymore with the regulations in place so it's really tough like for business a startup do they wanna go the route or trying to vcu.

vc ico vcu