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Virginia voter registration extended after website crash

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06:32 min | 1 year ago

Virginia voter registration extended after website crash

"Election. 2020 Virginia voters got an extra day this year to register to vote. Sabrina Marino of the Richmond Times. Dispatch joins us on this story, Sabrina Marino explained what happened yesterday that led to today's extension. Yeah. So you know, yesterday with the whirlwind, as with everything nowadays, it kind of started with the tweets. And so yesterday morning, the Virginia Department of Elections posted that Horizon Cable was cut near the headquarters of an agency that you know, provided technical support for various states. Entities, you know, including the Virginia Department of Health and Virginia Employment Commission and, of course, the Virginia Department of Elections. So, basically the elections website crashed, which meant that on the last day for Jenny residents coded register to vote, they couldn't online for several hours and then also impacted. Early in person voting with Freddie Starr's offices statewide, you know, fighting that they couldn't access the full books or verify voter eligibility, and even though it was prepared by 3 30 called it already mounted to extended registration deadline, which is something that the governor did not have the authority to do and said So in his briefing, and then hours later, a lawsuit was filed. How is that cable cut? So there was a roadside utilities project in Chesterfield County, and, you know, they released a statement kind of thing that it was quote. Inadvertently struck and there's not more information other than not, and they're saying it was an accident. And that roadside utilities project is a super installation. And that happened in the early morning yesterday and that part of you been in the works since May. And it was right next to the headquarters of the major agency. That kind of is the you know, the technical support for for a lot of state agencies. So their website crashed. You mentioned the governor's involvement here. How hard is it to change a voter registration deadline in the Old Dominion? So from what I've done will be gathered. It's pretty difficult and you know, they're the governor's legal counsel, said yesterday in the briefing that they don't have the authority to just change the registration deadline that is in, you know in the state coat and that on DH You know they were talking about how that is kind of litigation. It takes the courts and they couldn't violet themselves. They sighted legal procedures for that, and So it takes litigation where it takes the General Assembly and so happened back in 2016. There was a computer glitch right before the 2016 election also occurred. You know, in October and there was There's a lawsuit filed again and back then Virginians were given a 36 hour extension to register. But back then it was, you know, a plaintiff has to file the lost two and both times the lawyers Committee for Civil Rights under law was the person who filed it on behalf of you know, advocacy groups and people who kind of register to vote. Is there any way of finding out who tried to register yesterday and couldn't and to reach out to them or what's being done to let them know about the extension through tomorrow? Yeah, so right now we do not have You know specific numbers of how many people weren't able to vote. But the lawsuit was filed with the intent to explain how this is out of voters of control and that the website crashing impacted thousands of voters with a disproportionate impact on black, indigenous and Latino people. And so part of the lawsuit Also included that Register's office. State officials had to issue press releases by 11:38 A.m. this morning, you know, kind of for local writer Sharp to be notified of this order. And so that was also a part of what the federal judge ruled today was, you know? Yes, we're extending the deadline and Virginia 11 59 on Thursday, but You also have to issue project leases. And so that was a way to kind of push the state butt and make sure that you know registrars were aware that this extension was granted and that people could be registering to vote, You know, passed yesterday deadline. Was there Anybody arguing against the extension? So we haven't seen it yet? Of course. We were seeing new kind of change by the hour. But, you know, even Republicans were plotting decision and they weren't at the Sarah. We You know, having pushed back against the decision, but against Northern administration, they said that it was a failure of the states for letting this happen. And even the defendant, Virginia Department of Elections Commissioner this morning said that you know this kid eligible Virginia's additional time to register or update their current voter registration record, and in a statement, the Republican Party You know, kind of made a joke that was like, you know, make sure next time you call Miss Utility and so and then I've been different than other states. You know, in Florida, there was pushback when lost me. Their registration deadline was pushed and challenged in the courts. And but we're not really seeing that right now with Virginia, with the exception that the Republican Party Did say that it was Northern Administration's fault. And besides that I have not seen pushback otherwise is their efforts to ensure that the voter registration system isn't tied to one cable in the future. Or is that something we're expecting in the coming days and weeks? Yeah. So in the briefing yesterday, Some of the Northern administration was talking about how you know this cable would put on a 10 gigabyte circuit and it was placed in the spring due to Corbett because of the increased workload because of You know a lot of traffic, a lot of people working from home, so they needed a backup, but the back of To that was not strong enough. And with the innovation of people going to register online, you know the backup wasn't enough. And so that's what they were kind of explaining, And they said, you know that they're working on pushing. So in the event that something like this were to happen, the backup would be able T sustain it and so That's kind of where we're at right now. And and yeah, and that's why that's why they were thinking. All right. Next time. You need a better backup. Um, but us for next step. We haven't heard much on that. Sabrina Marino

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Mailbox break-ins reported in Central Virginia

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00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Mailbox break-ins reported in Central Virginia

"Mail boxes in Central Virginia and stolen the male that was inside the break ins happen in Richman and in hand Reichel and Chesterfield counties. State election officials say they don't know if any election male was inside those boxes. Theft of mail is a federal offense. You can get you up to five years in prison with just under

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"chesterfield county" Discussed on Suburban Folk

Suburban Folk

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"chesterfield county" Discussed on Suburban Folk

"And that's why I think that this upcoming school board meeting is so important. I. Think that we have to show the public some forward movement I think that's critical so that we don't get stuck forward movement Yes. Definitely. The key I think that is all of the questions that I had I. appreciate the time that you spent with me and as we mentioned the next meeting. On August the eleven. So it sounds like that's when the public will get our next update. Is there anything that we missed that you think is worth mentioning again, nationally speaking or even to Chesterfield County I should point out since maybe Dang the state a little bit that they were probably waiting on better guidance from the federal level rate and if they didn't create the dashboard right away. They probably had a deep understanding that really. Kobe. Tackled at the national level So think if there had been more of a coordinated campaign at the national level. We, might I, think? Did A study that countries that Talked about mask wearing earlier. Kick. ovid faster so. There was a little bit of a lag know you're gonNA take me down a different rabbit hole here because you know one of the things I was going to mention going back to the ship. My perspective being a sort of. Against a out of my business government Kinda guy every level up I almost think of it being a bigger ship that takes even longer to move and even longer to move. So while I get, you know having the support from the state because there's there's there's the dollars aspect of it I would imagine of just who's got the funding who's got the expertise but oh, my gosh, everything takes so long to get anything there. So I guess I would almost be nervous about the amount of. Interaction from those higher levels of government. Just because of I guess what we've kind of seen nobody was really moving on it. It did keep getting pushed down, which means nothing was happening and what would it take for the different localities to actually get the right amount of movement and the right amount of support from the state and federal levels. I guess if all the localities start I, think kind of doing what Chesterfield doing, which is like understanding the practical things that we need. Sending, that message to the state Feel like we're doing that and Chesterfield now and then. The, state kicking it up to the federal when they need to, for example. Sending the message that they. In terms of lake. Like testing requirements rightly is testing like please just give us a waiver for the next two years because. This is what it looks like and we have these learning gaps and so we need your help. In waving those requirements and then the testing rate that county governments need have access to this fifteen minutes all state employees need to be able to do a fifteen minute. So that, we can have effective government. and. That that's probably national strategy rate like. The federal level they decide to support this and. We have access to foster testing because that does seem at the end of the day. The the testing lag is probably our biggest problem felt like for a little while we weren't hearing about the lack of not the lack of testing, but the well the lack of available tests and all of a sudden that seems to be on the headlines again. So it's a carousel that I'm ready to get off. As. Far As the news cycle is concerned and that is federal because that's really ultimately that's FDA and. You know what tests are being. Approved read or listen to a podcast on this week..

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"chesterfield county" Discussed on Suburban Folk

Suburban Folk

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"chesterfield county" Discussed on Suburban Folk

"To watch screen of their teacher WHO's at home with a childcare worker. Who if I can say this when we say compensation probably even makes less than what the teacher does. The optics. Aren't great. Do you have any thoughts on that in my mis characterizing that current situation I think that? Schools are. The expert when it comes to getting kids back right working very closely a with public health. And I think that the positive intent of the Board of supervisors is that the the here frustrated parents and they see this as a solution? And They are our landlords so they can do that. I am staying focused on getting our kids back to school. That is my job. I think that we can do it. And? That's just I don't I don't WanNa, get distracted I just want to figure out how to. Phase to. That's what I WanNa do, and then we're going to need. We're going to need the schools and so the agreement has not yet been reached and. They won't work because we're GONNA need the schools. So that's my coming on that. Of course, I'll just say from my perspective, the optics are not great, and it definitely is a bit of an eye roller for the parents seeing how that has played out. So as you say, we will hope for. Some. Expediency in whatever the next steps are from this current situation at least anyway. Okay. Now, we can get into some of the future things and here's the thought that all get started with. What we're seeing with the pandemic and these updates. Is a change agent going forward meaning that the updates that were seeing or you're now having to deal with our brand new and wouldn't have been something you had to deal with if there was not a pandemic or is it just accelerating the inevitable and what comes to mind for me is let's talk higher education, for a minute. I have said on this show before that needs to change with colleges and universities and the amount of. Fluff I think is probably what I would call it that goes into colleges that's not necessary and of course, anybody in my generation. Talking about student debt I. Think. That's why it's fairly agreed upon for higher education that they're reckonings coming. It seems like. It. Strikes me that maybe it's not quite as apparent certainly in the public school system because. It's taxes that pay for it. So let's be honest..

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"chesterfield county" Discussed on Suburban Folk

Suburban Folk

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"chesterfield county" Discussed on Suburban Folk

"Differences even within our county when you go from one area to another how? Much people are actually doing that, and of course, that's the other thing that makes all of this so. Sensitive is. Were here's one. For example, I am the kind of person that says. A seatbelt requirement for dependence is I have to protect my dependence. Make Sense. Should I be saved from myself for having to wear a seatbelt? So I definitely fall into kind of a little bit of that Libertarian and like. Don't try to save me from myself, other people and so on, and that makes complete sense but using the same comparison. Of course, we can't use that same line because it's not just you. It's it's like taking the idea of secondhand smoke and multiplying it by ten thousand or something like that where you do have to have those considerations for other people because it is everywhere. So that is what makes it very much nuanced and at least from my standpoint of. Family that always has the flu shots and so on I. Appreciate. What you're describing as assessing. What your perspective is and what is right for your family but then also considering you know kind of. What presumably could be the greater good and and where we all want to go kind of as a community I mean that's that's really what it's all about if I personally made a mistake in the beginning. I think I. Aired on the side of assuming people would do what's best for the common good and just wear a mask and a very quickly. saw that. That wasn't. Maybe at first I didn't support. Not. That I didn't support a mask mandate but. In my idealistic world. I didn't want to have one because I just expected everybody to wear a mask rate. I am idealistic to a fault and it became. Very clear that was not happening, and so I thought, wow, we need him ask mandate and maybe I should have been more. Less. Idealistic. But that's not who I am. But I think my friends are like Kathryn you expect people to do the right thing and when are you going to learn I kinda come from an a little bit different direction of. How much government mandate I want my life quite frankly. And maybe from different motivation..

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"chesterfield county" Discussed on Suburban Folk

Suburban Folk

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"chesterfield county" Discussed on Suburban Folk

"I know that they might be where I am sometimes eight. Just, wanting to smack my kid 'cause I. CanNot? It takes everything in me to hold back and not spank my job because they know that. They're just. They're being a kid and it's I'm being asked to do the impossible which is to do a job that I love. And Provide social interaction for my kid and make sure that they're getting what they need from school and it's just it's really hard. I will say not not to Belabor the point you made me just think of something that I thought of before our conversation speaking of like child psychology and the socialization. We had an episode, not that long ago talking about screen time, and of course, I think everybody agrees screen time is not great I joke about oldest and it's like he's coming off of some sort of drug bender when you take away an IPAD. Need to get away for a few minutes into your errands and all that Kinda stuff and. I think this goes without saying but of course, the other thing with virtual is that puts them in front of the screens and what my guest for that episode, the child psychologist had mentioned his also let's compare what else is adults are able to do. So for example, we're talking about like your facebook's and these things that are designed to suck up your attention and your time we can't get past them how in the world do we expect our kids to and I'll be honest with you that's crossed my mind as well for the screens is like, wow, I've really tried hard. To keep the screens away from the young ones especially like man, how long can we put them in front of in? Mention. What our expectations for what we as adults can do I'll raise my hand and say if I'm on one or two or three web X.'s while I'm working remotely. If you quizzed me at the end and asked me what all went on that meeting. You're going to get like twenty, twenty, five percent back of what I was hearing and getting so. That definitely I will say is is top of mind for me of what are we asking of our kids for these virtual models compared to what we would be able to do in when I look at it like that. That's something else that of course makes me nervous now again i. Well I mean I I know I've been going to the three but as I, the reason why I do the adult compares Gosh even for kids of all ages. That's that's a tough ask. So. I guess that's another word just going to figure out and we probably don't disagree on that being a challenge I would imagine, and now a little known fact is that I did not allow my now senior to have a cell phone until she was a sophomore. So I tend to be you know definitely a minority when it comes to allowing screen time for my kids which I guess the hardest thing and this is the I went from being super strict to there is no way that I can do my job sometimes and my seventeen year old sometime watching all my kids, right so And that's hard to tell her body. They. They can just. If you need to do it just put them in front of a screen. I hate saying that this is again like I said someone who did not allow her all the staff, his cell phone until she was fifteen. And you do what you have to do to get your work done. So I guess, we chalk that up to one of many hard conversations that the pandemic. Forced to have..

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"chesterfield county" Discussed on Suburban Folk

Suburban Folk

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"chesterfield county" Discussed on Suburban Folk

"We knew that there were some people that would be able to continue doing the work and some that couldn't, and that's why we stopped work at margin tenth because we could not get at that point we could not guarantee. That everybody could continue to access our curriculum. So and there was this and you know that was something we have struggled with some issues. In that? I think some teachers were were still maybe the communication wasn't passed and so we we did have some teachers that were still grading after that. But that's just because maybe we didn't do a good enough job communicating the importance of the UAE rate because I think. It didn't make sense of some teachers, right? Because if the all the kids in your class have access to the Internet and however chromebook you think, well, why are we continuing to grade? Why are we continue to have new insertion? So we maybe should have done a better job of communicating. This is why we have to stop grading right making it very clear and I think eventually we did and if there was a delay, it's because it was the first time we've done that. My impression is. Of course, nobody had a choice whether or not to pivot away from face to face and not having a lot of time to do that certainly, there's going to be. Monday morning quarterbacking in figuring out what could have been done different. But you don't have the luxury of time at least in figuring out what all of those things would have to be, and then also there was a shift over the summer at some point for some catch sessions as well. Correct yeah. Well, I guess I should quickly set because I had been doing all this. Research on virtual learning. In order to progress. With virtual learning, you can have feedback from the teacher right into that was really the big like why we couldn't move forward. Because, you could get an assignment you could get on zoom call or not zoom because we were..

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"chesterfield county" Discussed on Suburban Folk

Suburban Folk

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"chesterfield county" Discussed on Suburban Folk

"Days a week in school and three days a week at home with some virtual learning or virtual availability for our kindergarteners admittedly our. First issue came where we didn't see a distinction between kindergarteners and all the way up through the highschoolers which the data that we have been looking at seemed to suggest that the younger children had. Less of a chance of getting sick and there have, of course, even been some studies that would suggest that they couldn't even pass it along, and of course, just like all research that's gone on, it's been pretty fluid and there is a lot of information out there to get right before an ultimate decision was to be made. We did hear some rumblings that the school year would start completely virtually and for what we knew in the community as well as the research that we had done, we really felt like. All Virtual School for are rising kindergartner wouldn't be the right choice for us. Last minute, we went ahead and interviewed at some private schools and the vote did officially come in in. This is Chesterfield County for those that are familiar with Richmond for those that are not this is a neighboring county of Richmond city. Once. That decision was made. We did go ahead and pull the trigger to do private school just like everybody going through these decisions, it will remain to be seen. How well that works for us we feel pretty confident in the. Way that the. Plan has been rolled out for the school that we did ultimately enroll in and. That's where we're at point as I'm speaking on August the seventh there's some more decisions to be made in the state of Virginia as well as again nationally across all of the states. So that is what my experience has been with the school reopenings. We definitely are doing what we can for face to face instruction for are rising kindergartner. and. As we were going through this process, I was lucky enough to get in touch with Catherine Hanes and she is the guest today and she is on the Chesterfield County School.

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"chesterfield county" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"chesterfield county" Discussed on WTOP

"President of the Virginia restaurant lodging and travel association and Reiko in Chesterfield county needs and and hand over all opened and and they've had you know really no issue Terry says well it's a step in the right direction restaurants are most likely still going to struggle unless we move pretty quickly into phase two I still think you'll see some restaurants close Valerie bonk WTOP news the trump administration has removed warnings and guidance for the re opening of houses of worship that singing in choirs can spread the corona virus two White House officials tell The Washington Post have long been concerned within the White House that there were too many restrictions on choirs earlier this month the CDC issued a report warning about super spreader events where the corona virus might be highly transmissible in certain settings including group singing offense in a letter to north Carolina's governor Republican National Committee chair Ronna McDaniel and the president of the Republican National Convention have outlined the party's safety proposal for this summer's planned convention in Charlotte the plan does not include any mention of face masks they want to know by next Wednesday of democratic governor Roy Cooper will allow the convention to go forward with full attendance earlier this week president trump threatened to re locate the convention if Cooper restricts capacity amid the pandemic Cooper says he'll rely on state health officials to determine how the convention will be managed when it comes to mail in voting it is red versus blue a new survey finds Republicans are a lot more skeptical than Democrats about their mail in ballots counting and less confident they'll be able to vote in November if their state switches to an all mail system the Reuters Ipsos poll highlights the deep partisan divide fuel by president trump's harsh criticism of voting by mail during the corona virus pandemic if found nearly twice as many Democrats as Republicans back efforts to expand mail voting options Pam Coulter CBS news the justice department has indicted twenty eight people in a North Korea let bank fraud scheme the goal was building a nuclear weapons program not only was North Korea able to evade sanctions on its nuclear weapons program using a black market network but according to court documents the Chinese government allegedly helped them to do it hundreds of shell companies and dozens of people allegedly led an effort to use the U. 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01:30 min | 1 year ago

"chesterfield county" Discussed on WTOP

"Politically connected company that contracted to provide the state with twelve point five million dollars worth of personal protective equipment that never arrived the Wall Street journal says the deal was signed April first with blue flame medical but when the equipment never showed up Maryland cancel the contract in Virginia more than half of all of the covert related deaths have been residents of long term care facilities Alexandria leaders are asking those facilities to make changes to their operations governor Ralph Northam says FEMA has approved Virginia getting three D. K. decontamination systems that can sterilize up to two hundred and forty thousand units of personal protective equipment per day for re use the three systems will be set up in Blacksburg Newport news in Chesterfield county within the next week yesterday has become my jet I holiday they are today rather may the fourth be with you so it starts to rank the best Star Wars movies ever made the nineteen seventy seven original broke box office records while introducing more famous characters than any film ever to rescue the empire strikes back top the original delivering a shocking.

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01:40 min | 1 year ago

"chesterfield county" Discussed on WTOP

"To help if you need a mortgage assistance contact their team twenty four seven at rocking mortgage dot com from their home to yours the team at rocket mortgage is as with you married upon the WTOP traffic overcast skies today the sunshine we saw yesterday may be a thing of the past at least for today and then come back tomorrow we have clouds remaining throughout the afternoon hours and then after four o'clock today of tracking rain chances increasing and chance of thunderstorms until about midnight early tomorrow morning we should be dry the clouds clear out overnight and we'll see a breezy Monday with plenty of sunshine low seventy's warm high temperatures for Monday afternoon rain returns on Tuesday I'm storm team four meteorologist for universal fifty nine degrees in Germantown sixty one interested in sixty two right now in Washington at eight forty one we are following a developing story out of southeast one man has serious injuries after a shooting on nineteenth street near the Lin wood apartments in Anacostia police say that around three AM a man was shot in the face inside one of the apartments he was taken to the hospital in critical condition no word on what caused the shooting police don't have any information about a suspect yet Virginia is getting specialized machinery capable of sanitizing personal protective equipment so it can be re used the three systems Virginia is getting can collectively sterilize up to two hundred forty thousand units of personal protective equipment per day the systems will be operational in the town of Blacksburg the city of Newport news and Chesterfield county within the next week governor Ralph Northam says the acquisition was made possible through an approval by the Federal Emergency Management Agency a local.

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"chesterfield county" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"chesterfield county" Discussed on WTOP

"Thing to note George Avenue Rockville northbound passing twenty eight nor back work some blocks the right side married to pump the WTOP traffic we are waiting on some rain today let's get the details from storm team four is Breanna Berman solo waiting on or maybe not so much a yes for sure either way whether we wanted to or not it's coming back tonight and the good news is it's not a complete washout today we should see a couple of showers here and there throughout the morning hours otherwise cloudy and mild temperatures warm to start the day will be in the seventies this afternoon after about three or four o'clock that's what I'm tracking the better chance for rainfall and that rain will continue to our chances will only continue the increase around the dinner time hours and then through about midnight we'll see that rain then wrapping up for early tomorrow morning chance of thunderstorms as well later today we'll see a breezy Monday after the clouds move out Monday morning sunshine for the afternoon gusting up to thirty miles per hour those winds out of the northwest highs in the low seventies Tuesday cooling off highs in the low sixties with a chance of rain mid sixties with a chance of rain on Wednesday as well but check on our current temperatures right now Stafford is fifty nine degrees in Arlington sixty two degrees and College Park fifty nine degrees at six forty one we are following a developing story out of southeast this morning one man is suffering from serious injuries after a shooting on nineteenth street near the Lin wood apartments in Anacostia police say around three AM a man was shot in the face inside one of the apartments on nineteenth street he was taken to the hospital in critical condition no word on what caused the shooting police don't have any information on a suspect yet Virginia is getting specialized machinery capable of sanitizing personal protective equipment so it can be re used the three systems in Virginia if the Virginia is getting can collectively sterilize up to two hundred forty thousand units of personal protective equipment per day the systems will be operational in the town of Blacksburg the city of Newport news in Chesterfield county within the next week governor Ralph Northam says the acquisition was made possible through an approval by the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

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"chesterfield county" Discussed on CompTIA Sharkbytes

CompTIA Sharkbytes

11:11 min | 1 year ago

"chesterfield county" Discussed on CompTIA Sharkbytes

"I already started looking at all these self help things on Youtube which is hilarious. But I think there's a real business here for maybe virtual haircuts and hair coloring at home and all that because I know are struggling in the same way so it's an interesting. Oh don't even get started. I'm already thinking about how I've got my barber professional barbara tips on the way from Amazon. And I'm already starting to look youtube videos. You know so I got my today absolutely so exactly. That's start getting into avatars again. You know either wearing hats avatars or may get lucky into a mess. Our hair with scissors but with this crisis obviously. It has always struggled to be at the highest level decision making. And maybe you've been blessed in your situation where you are in Chesterfield County. But what I'm hearing and talking to see is across. The country right now is that they're they're stars. Are Rising right now that they are really being appreciated as never before as being as you say essential whether it be the capital e. or smalley. They're starting to be recognized so I'm sure you've needed resources that Help fill in the gaps. Have you encountered any issues with that? You finding like war support dope problem. You need it. You get it kind of attitude. That's been pretty much the attitude you know. I think it's within reason you know you needed you. Get we've had. We've got support for a good support from a lot of different quarters. I mean I had to give a shout out to the vendor community that of our vendors have stepped up I mean I I could name them but are probably four or five. Large vendors have come forward with Either you know of complimentary pricing for licensing for you know ninety two hundred days or removing license restrictions so we can burst past you know whether the cap was Making changes to software that we've requested because you know it's something that we really need in this new environment. Things are being fast tracked. We've had excellent support from the vendor community. I would also add that. I'm getting A. I'm probably getting four or five times. The amount of thunder unsolicited e-mail which isn't necessarily a good thing. But I think all the vendors are trying to do what they what they can. Do you know internally. I think everybody is is being very supportive. Our elected officials are moving to virtual meetings. Our budget requests have been granted. What I've asked where that I've really needed In a said the Kennedy's got a real focus. Now so that's helping now. We'll say that you know. It's not a bottomless well. Of of money and resources This is gonNA play. Say This is GonNa play a revenue strain on local government like never before in our lifetimes so they are being very careful about the commitments that they make but you know when we tell them this is necessary to support the co- The response. And here's why and here's how we're GONNA DO IT I. I'm getting great support internally from my budget folks. I mean we've really worked very closely. You heard me before Allen about how important that relationship with your with your municipal leaders and your and your budget office. I've nothing but the best things to say about them. Hey if they're your best friend then you're doing well and that's the way it should be because they are the ones who have the pulse of of cash flow and commitments and spending if you don't have a good relationship and we both know The people who have been in that situation. It's a nightmare. You just can't get anything done so as you know. Pg I come to you very much. Into Professional Development and certification I mean has any gaps appeared in this crisis where you said. Gee I think I need to have my step. He'd better trained this area that area and I say that because one hand I hear help desk. Requests have really gone up in ways. That people didn't anticipate like how do I set up home? Computer just bought something new. How do I set up home network? I mean some really basic stuff but when we get into things like infrastructure we get into things like network security network operations and others. County has over thirteen certifications. And then I has their programs any gaps that you say you know. I'm not sure if it's a gap or not again. This is a difficult emergency to to prepare for But you know have yet to find like I said. I've yet to find a locality. The truly drilled on the pandemic response or done the tabletop exercise But I think we've got so many people working from home the first time and really just the change in Work Environment. I think is what maybe people were. Not trained for Again it's because you know it hasn't been something that the county is embraced widely nor nor of any local governments for that matter outside of the technology function you know. I think we're fortunate that the tools that we've got him the things that we're providing are relatively easy to use and and things like office three sixty five and and some other web tools. These things are not difficult to pick up. I had people two months ago. Saying they had to have instructor led training to be able to use some of these tools and now they're using them daily with absolutely no training and they're singing the praises so you know. I think the the information security training that we've done over the course of time is paying dividends. Now I've got a real concern. You know for all of local governments about the Increase in phishing attempts. And it's sort of a perfect storm Allen which would probably have separate by just about. This is a perfect storm of work environment and And the hackers sensing an opportunity and People being under pressure and eating react quickly. I feel like it's a perfect storm of opportunity for you. Know increase in and cyber Cyber issues but on the whole I think the it function has been doing fairly well with the training that we've got. I do think the it is tough on the end. Users learning Learning new ways and learning new tools. But everybody's just been picking up the best that they can good so we you kind of alluded to it and I kind of see this all the time. We're dealing with a lot of anxiety. Among people you mentioned. Local government is really essentially a people operation. And it is. And we're seeing. I'm seeing this in my organization where people are under stressors. Incredible uncertainty out there. You know you don't get good news anymore. I mean every day something worse unfolds. I feel like we're in a Stephen King novel and really halfway through something. It is like oh the characters have now been recognized and bill. You know who's going to make it to the end kind of like and how dark is really going to get but as a leader since focus here is on leadership to what do you do to help. Prop up and motivate. Because some of. I'm sure some of the people at your work for you are under a lot of stress at home especially if all of a sudden they're at home and then they have a small place and now they've got the pets kids. I've seen more conferences. Were you know the dog is barking? Background jumping all around. Kids are coming into rooms. Cats are walking over keyboard. There is stress at home. What do you have any magic tricks like to share in terms of how do you instill Confidence And morale among your people. So it's difficult in a remote environment right the the easiest way to do that. It's the personal approach. Where you you know. Check somebody's hand. You take him to lunch and you know and they they they get a feeling. Everything's GonNa be okay. It's not like we can do that anymore. So we're looking at doing a few things. I think it's it's a couple of things it's keeping people engaged and involved and keeping regular contact with them. We can't let people feel isolated just socially distant does that mean the rise elated right and so. I'm asking all mud my managers to make sure the checking with people on a regular basis. Have a phone call with them asking how they're doing You know we're we're thinking about doing something like virtual watercooler like a meeting that never ends in teams where people can just drop in and said. Hey look at the water cooler now. Hey what are you doing has your house. Doing you run out of toilet paper yet. You know things like that But the biggest thing is just providing people information. Because you're right people are going to be fearful and they're going to be anxious because spicer like you said there is no good news shades of bad news and so the only thing we can fight fear with facts so you know the more the more communication and the more information we can push out to the workforce about. What's going on what to expect the batter. It's when it's when we go into sort of turtle mode with our staff where we don't communicate anything and we're just GONNA pretend the world's not going on around us and everything's okay. That's when people really get nervous because they're not hearing anything. Yeah there's a second part the other part is that you're keeping a positive attitude yourself leading by example. Well you know we tried to. We should be leading. We should be leading by example. The leaders should be setting. This and I've been having nine o'clock in the morning meetings for three weeks. Now with all of my supervisors in about twenty other staff members going over you know trying to we talk about what's going on in the county we talk about. What the infected count. Is You know talking about what the governor's talking about you know. We're trying to push this information out. Since people know said emails to the entire department were trying to schedule a meeting with the entire department. Teams meeting with the entire department of to sort of send me like the quarterly. All Hands Meeting that we would normally have It's it requires constant diligence. You can't just depend on seeing people in the office and just saying. Hey how's it going you know House the kids you know. Whatever has the King College can't depend on that thing? We're just run into them. He's GonNa make an extra effort and so but it it really is important to keep that engaged and keep the keep the isolation down. Well that's terrific there. I see. We're out of time here but we could go on for another couple of hours. I know and we did that before with our Webinar. We'll make sure that people get all the information they need to find out more about things that you've been writing about talking about but I wanNA thank you we've been talking today with Barry Country. Who's a cio of Chesterfield County? Virginia and this is part of comedy is newest podcast series. Shark Bites and we invite you to stay tuned for our next episode..

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"chesterfield county" Discussed on CompTIA Sharkbytes

CompTIA Sharkbytes

13:22 min | 1 year ago

"chesterfield county" Discussed on CompTIA Sharkbytes

"Come tears. Newest podcast shark bites where we'd like to think of ourselves as taking deep dives when it comes to technology leadership in local government cities and counties across the United States. We are recording this session. When we're in the midst of the covert nineteen epidemic or pandemic. And we're very fortunate to have very country. Someone I've worked with Who is the CIO of Chesterfield County? Virginia Berry welcome the quite good. I think the question is to help set the stage. Tell us a little bit about your background. And then tell us a bit about Chesterfield. County sure Effects Allen so I've been in it leadership for the majority of my career Spent about half of my time in the private sector used to work at circuit city for many years. And then the last fifteen years I've been the CIO at at Chesterfield County In Virginia Chester County is located. Just across the river from Richmond. Were part of the sort of central Virginia region It's a fairly large accounting for in terms of population. It's about three hundred twenty four thousand individuals about four hundred thirty four miles and we have about a thirty eight hundred County employees. So it's a really large workforce and I think we're the third or fourth largest locality in Virginia and I have about one hundred and ten people on staff in my in my department the IT Department ancestor field. One thing as well. Maybe a little bit different about us as we're highly centralized We don't have a lot of. It people in the department's almost all of the IT Comes through my department? We do have some coordinators and some analysts in the department and they help a great deal but most of it is centralized within within my department in in Chesterfield. Well that's unusual in some ways that brings you post blessings and some real challenges because most local government. They have more of a federated approach. It'll mix up here and there you've got you've got a real army behind you. What we we like. We like to leverage. It's it's good for the customers because you know I can have a business. Relationship Management Channel that is centralized and talks to all of the customers and brings everything back in. It makes the intake of projects a lot. Easier because the county's got one place to go to sort of examine what the project portfolio holds So we feel like there's some advantages and one thing you did not mention about your background is here at recent graduate of the PTI come Tia certified government CIO program offered by US and in partnership at Rutgers University so congrats on graduating. It's an intensive program a lot of fun so it was a great program. You and I did a Webinar about three and a half weeks ago and we talked about planning for the pandemic and I think you expressed some frustration that you felt a number of your colleagues. Both in the state of Virginia and elsewhere weren't really taking this seriously enough. We'll make that That link available if anybody wants to go back to. You've written a great blog on the topic being prepared I'm assuming you have been prepared. And I guess my first question is tech. Leadership has really been put to the test with this. What have you learned in the last three weeks? That may have surprised you about responding to this crisis of interesting. You mentioned the the preparation and we did spend a lot of time talking about that. I think you recall what I what I got with you about the need for the Webinar. Why can't we've got to get out there and talk to people about those because it's it's coming and know this was not an emergency or disaster than anybody really prepares for nobody nobody that? Don't he does a tabletop. Exercise for pandemic single CIO that had prepared really Ford I mean we had plans for For a lot of different disasters and You know we knew that this was coming. We had about a week and a half or two weeks notice before things really got bad so we all made plans you know. We tried to strategize. We tried to prepare in the end. We decided to react to what was presented to us. It's not a very comfortable position for CIO Allen. 'cause you know we likes to strategize and we'd like to prepare. We like vice controlled environment and this has not been a control environment. You know sort of reminds me of what Mike Tyson said Mike. Tyson said everybody's got a plan until we get punched in the mouth and you know we all had great plans and We all feel like we've been punched in the mouth in the last three weeks. So you know the flip side of that from a one surprised us. It has surprised us how ineffective some of the planning was But it's also you know the flip side of this is that it's brought an incredible focus to our work and if you talk to. Cio's tech leadership around the country. They will tell you that the priorities have been made very very clear to them. You Know Cova Nineteen response. Planning and enablement is is the priority other than supporting production. Everything else is just been sort of put on hold and that actually sort of refreshing From a leadership perspective to have they priority that you're reacting to is is really very different in the government. It space where the other lot of competing priorities. And there's a lot of noise sometimes competing for your efforts so we're seeing both sides but I'm enjoying the focused but I'm telling you it's a. It's a rough ride. I when You can't really do any more effective planning than we were able to do. Yeah it's really like planning on the I mean once. We realized that people would be working from at home. May what impact on your resources. In other words suddenly people who would normally come to the office were not coming to office unlike the private sector most government people pretty much. If they're in an office situation that's kind of what they're used to their software. Applications are suddenly. They need to a critical basis. Start to replicate this remotely What kind of challenges that pose to you guys in in? It actually the IT. Section and local government is probably the place that you'll find the most teleworkers and you know with with respect mental health and some other case workers in the field Are are pretty adept at at teleworking. It is the pleasure only gonNA find teleworking and local governments of you know the second day I had my entire staff teleworking or the first I had them all teleworking. We were totally engaged. The rest of the organization really had an adjustment and you know to credit our leadership in the county. They said you know. Find ways to engage people that can't be out and about and you know as as best you can what to engage them so fortunately we had invested in a lot of infrastructure like Microsoft office three sixty five and other things that we could make available in a very quickly and very securely But the the real problem is that local government is a very people business. It's it's people centric and it's difficult to equip people Quickly to deliver that. Same kind of people based response You know that they're used to you. Can't have people walking into the Office. You've gotTa have new business processes to take care of those transactions and so when you when you marry that with the fact that local government Has is deep and wide when it comes to business processes you know we have forty different departments and each one of them has got dozens of of lines of business. It becomes a very complicated environment. So it really helps. When you've got you know thanks things prepared. And you've already fought through some of the infrastructure needs. I think we've all been sort of struggling to find the right infrastructure and the right tools to address the you know the massive numbers of people going home so when you think about all of this this crisis as we record. This is not over by any means. What three things might you say? Hey this is what I've learned this far three things that we've learned so You know I think it's just now that we're starting to come up for a air and having having the luxury of Saying you know what what is exactly going on here. And how are we doing? And what have we learned because this is our third week in Chesterfield of basically basically working remotely but you know I think one thing. I've learned that people are exceeding our expectations in this crisis and I think people in general tend to exceed your expectations When they're called on to do it in a in a crisis I had. I had a Microsoft teams meeting with eighty-seven You know Leaders and managers senior people in in in my county and it went very very well most of them. It was the first time they had used the platform and it went. It went very very well. I was I was so surprised. And I reflected layer that I shouldn't have been surprised because these are the people that are going to rise to the occasion and so I think people are exceeding our expectations in the crisis. And that's something we've learned. We should set. We should set high expectations for people. When when when it's time like this Another thing I think I've learned Alan. Is You know. It's really easy to overreact. When you're working in the virtual world when you never see anybody except maybe a Webcam it might be a little easier to flame them in an email to be frustrated with them or to possibly overreact in certain circumstances. So you know the thing I've learned is that really need to bark less than wag more you know to use it dog Metaphor? Because you know at some point we are going to have to get back into the world with all the people that we work with and Everybody's under a lot of pressure so I think the third thing. I'd probably says what I was talking about earlier. You know. Just how complex government is we have We looked at one department last week and we looked at all the different use cases for voice technology. And so you know this is a this is not just a pandemic. It's not just a financial disaster. It's a this is a people disaster in anytime you have. A people centric disaster. You're going to need to make sure that you've got good. Robust ways of speaking to them not just emailing them and sending them forums but actually conversing with them and this department at six different use cases for for voice services you know. They wanted some of their people to leave voicemail. They wanted some of their people to have their numbers block. They wanted some of their people to be on a call center. I mean it was always different. Us guys and I had no idea that the department was was that complex from our perspective and under fifteen years and this is one of the larger departments so just how complex government is something that's really been reinforced with us as we've gone through and looked at all the the needs for all the different departments cool and anything looking back that you wish you had done differently like in your preparations. I mean saying okay. I could turn back the clock. This is what I should have done or might have thought about your really wish. I'd gotten a haircut About three weeks ago. I think we should have done that. We should have done this but you know I wish we'd spent more time reviewing what essential services me because you know government and to react to when we have a crisis we have to deliver essential services. It's sort of ingrained and People that deliver services directly to citizens and we haven't spent a lot of time really talking about what essential services are when you have somebody that question you know. What central services do you have? Nobody wants to be on the other side of the central right. Because if you're not essential your what your non essential. Nobody wants to be non essential. Everybody wants to be essential. And so you know I think it would have been better if we had spent some time And I think many CIO's tell you this talking about exactly what is essential what is an essential service and again back to the complexity of government. That's a that has to be an attentional exercise not something you should have to throw together on the fly. It should be something that part of your coup planning and part of your disaster recovery initiative should be talking about. What exactly are your essential services? I think would have helped a lot of. Cio's along the way that they have they done that. You know you started your answer on the light side but you know you raise a serious question about haircuts. I've talked to a lot of people first of all. I'm saying where people wearing hats for the first time on video concepts baseball caps. Things like that I've ordered minor elko electronic stuff figuring what I could do?.

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"chesterfield county" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"chesterfield county" Discussed on WTOP

"Finally WTOP news meantime a gun carrying state senator from Chesterfield county Virginia is making a run for governor the Republican is doing it because she's tired of Democrats gun control proposals Amanda chase made the announcement this afternoon on the steps of the state capitol in Richmond she began openly carrying a pistol last year and continues to carry a gun inside the legislative buildings despite new rules that bars fire arms one of the twenty six bills the second term senator introduced this session on none of them passed the Senate governor north and can't run again because state law limits governors from seeking consecutive terms Virginia is the only state to do that three thirty two now to the race for the White House early voting is underway in Nevada which is the site of the next big contest in the democratic presidential campaign some Democrats are worried there'll be a replay of the problems with the caucuses in Iowa WTOP is Mitchel Miller has more from Capitol Hill the Nevada caucuses are actually more complex than I was and Democrats are still upset over delays and questions about the results in Iowa which will likely no longer be the first in the nation presidential contest Virginia senator Tim Kaine a former Democratic National Committee chairman says caucuses can get tricky he has a preference for primaries I love the primary in Virginia it's an open primary you walk in and you can ask for either about on primary day you're not limited because you registered ten years ago as a as a Democrat to only get the democratic ballot the early voting in Nevada will continue this week until the caucuses are held on Saturday on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news most of the democratic candidates are campaigning hard in Nevada Michael Bloomberg isn't on the ballot there but he still taking incoming from other dams Democrats running in Iowa New Hampshire Nevada and South Carolina collectively look at the polls and said if we don't start talking about Mike Bloomberg he might run away with this so the they did not only as opposition research showed up in journalistic articles journalists have started going back looking at the Mike Bloomberg record and it's now part of the conversation so much so and this is the other side of the equation it's kind of obscuring what the other candidates still in the race are doing Bloomberg is kind of dominating the media cycle at CBS news correspondent major Garrett polls heading into Saturday's caucuses give the lead to Vermont independent senator Bernie Sanders up next on WTOP fourteen Americans came back from a cruise in Japan with corona virus will talk about them in the minutes ahead it's three thirty four a buddy of mine said he and his wife have moved their relationship to a whole new level he said they're spending more time together and are learning new ways of experiencing intimacy so that his E. D. is not an issue that's what I told them it doesn't have to be that way and his.

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"chesterfield county" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

07:03 min | 2 years ago

"chesterfield county" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Colonial heights imparted Chesterfield county bird Amanda thank you for joining us appreciate it my pleasure thanks for having me on today email we had the big gun rally in Virginia on Monday and much to the left she grinned no violence broke out everything was orderly this the Virginia state Senate has been very very very hard at work what are some of the things that they're doing very quickly here when it comes to gun laws well you know first they are coming after our second amendment the second element right and now they're coming after our first amendment rights this morning they're going after life babies killing innocent babies that's what we're talking about we were talking about is an extreme extreme agenda that my friends who are Democrats are giving notice and saying what is going on in the leadership of the Democratic Party I mean this is ludicrous what we're seeing that's going on and and the leadership of the Democratic Party this is had they are heading us down the road of socialism you know when I ran for office I had a message I sit on the ballot today you have prosperity versus socialism let me give you an example does the two days after all the elected officials were sworn into office there was a joint rules committee vice speaker filler corn the new newly elected speaker and in that non transparent meeting the members of that committee that the senators and the members of the house found out that day they were on that committee and then they didn't even have the rules that they would be voting on have an opportunity to review what would be a weapons ban and in that meeting they were forced to vote on something they've never even ret and it was on a non transparent room it wasn't nineteen actually video to every person on Facebook thankfully so the world could see the non transparent shenanigans that speaker filler corn was trying to pull on the Virginia and make beyond guns they've been gone from the the the capital itself all day to legally completely organic against the Virginia constitution and the U. S. constitution and that was just way too and now they have passed in the Senate and the chamber which I resigned they have passed universal background checks they have passed one gun a month laws they have time to get past yesterday a red flag law they have passed a bill eighty that allows a locality to create a gun free zone we this is an all out attack on law abiding citizens first word for me were to talk about the second I'm at now yesterday in the house they're going after your first amendment right they're saying you're not allowed to criticize an elected official or they're going to sue you and take you to court in the and and whatever jurisdiction you are so the legislators and and Richmond District Court okay senator you said on the world you said a lot so let me just ask about that last one really quickly I because there's just so much going on on that one I'm criticizing government officials as you understand the bill this isn't just physical threats are explicit threats of violence you're saying that even just anything that can be seen as critical of the lawmaker could potentially mean that you face punishment by the government of Virginia that's exactly right and it sounds crazy but it's just this is what's happening in Virginia right now under this extreme socialist democratic leadership I mean not tell us to tell us if you can and I I think I know the answer to this why are all of these bills being introduced and passed all at once well for the first time in twenty seven years over twenty seven years that the GOP had no control and so there is no backstop here there's no checks and balances the Democrats have the votes in error in both the house and the Senate for the first time in over twenty seven years so there is nothing that we can devote why to keep this extreme legislation from passing right and it's passing well okay so complete devil's advocate here usually the people of Virginia voted for this they voted five disagree while they waited for a great let me tell you why we have a census every ten years in there eight of the ten year a lawsuit was filed challenging the line in the house of delegates that were drawn by Republicans and as a result there was a federal court order that basically did the it said that a it allowed a liberal college professor out to California to redraw the lines and which the the house of representatives had a super majority after they were done whenever you look at the district they went after the Republican leadership no longer was were able to easily when their seats and we lost that super majority Jordy and that was just that one step to was this they poured millions if not billions of dollars out of California out of Hollywood out of New York my opponent raised hand over fist money teaches it'd temp to defeat me yeah and this happened all over Virginia I totally disagree that this is a mandate somehow from Virginia when you have over ninety four percent of the localities calling for a second amendment resolution or designation of the essential right the way they reserve those lines definitely help break the game for Democrats were a little short on time but I want to ask about this red flag law that was passed by the Senate yesterday nine all of the news coverage of red flag laws I see that firearms would be allowed to be taken by the government from someone quote deemed a threat now that is what we call in journalism passive voice I don't know who's deeming the threat who does that who deems someone a threat basically comes down to that you have one or two people that get to determine whether you're an extreme rest and that for fourteen days you can lose your firearm and still be innocent you know this is changing that pair time on its head of innocent until proven guilty it's saying you're guilty until you're proven innocent and that is not American that's not the American way yeah especially talk about lawsuits we talk about what's constitutional that seems ripe for an examination by the court we will talk to you again Virginia senator Amanda chase in the very near term glad to have you all with us this morning thanks for having me.

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"chesterfield county" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"chesterfield county" Discussed on KOMO

"The NASDAQ Indesit piecing modest gains as well. We'll traders overall hesitant to make any substantial movement. Today ahead of the Fed's monetary policy decision Wednesday, feds expected to leave rates on change. But also expected the signal willingness to raise rates soom and economic news. The national association of homebuilders reported an unexpected drop in home builder confidence in June among stock shares of Boeing climb today amid reports that the aerospace giant is making some progress on fixing. It's grounded. Seven thirty seven max jets Boeing CEO also said over the weekend at the company made mistakes in how it handled the cockpit warning system on the jets and shares of target were off today following a weekend outage of its checkout systems, protect, which targets cash registers off line for several hours over the weekend. And that's your money now. I'm Frank Miller, KOMO news. Cleaning up after a big backup at target stores. More from ABC's, Sherry Preston. For what it's worth, I'm Sherry Preston. You know, when you go to target and you plan to spend thirty or forty bucks and the bills always over one hundred and fifty this past weekend. The Bill is nothing because the registers were all locked up. You didn't know you had a problem until you start reading the nNcholas Mastro was in Chesterfield county Virginia. But the problem was all across the country, just didn't know, whose was working who's weather, and what it did was, you would skin item and then it would on the screen, and then it would disappear we were just shopping and seeing what would happen demoss from new Birla, Wisconsin says employees have her store went out of their way to try to help they were willing to hold these items and carts for people, and then contact I'm the problem originating with the IT department at target. It wasn't a security breach. And no one's personal information was compromised Twitter. Ed fun with it. So people posting hashtag target down and Armageddon. Back and Chesterfield county, Nicolas says he and his family. Stayed put reworked for. If our rents her was the one working or not, and eventually got their stuff for what it's worth, Cheri Preston, ABC news. It's been five years since Microsoft, CEO sought Yuna della, told an audience at a women in technology event that women should just trust the system and not ask for a raise additional. Superpowers..

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"chesterfield county" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"chesterfield county" Discussed on KOMO

"P seeing modest gains as well. We'll traders overall hesitant to make any substantial movement. Today ahead of the Fed's monetary policy decision Wednesday the feds expected to leave rates on change. But also expected the signal willingness to raise rates soon and economic news. The national association of homebuilders reported an unexpected drop in home builder confidence in June among stock shares of Boeing climbed today amid reports that the aerospace giant is making some progress on fixing. It's grounded. Seven thirty seven max jets Boeing CEO also said over the weekend at the company made mistakes in how it handled the cockpit warning system on the jets and shares of target were off today following a weekend outage of its checkout systems, protect which knock targets cash registers off line for several hours over the weekend. And that's your money now. I'm Frank Miller, KOMO news. Cleaning up after a big backup at target stores. More from ABC's, Sherry Preston. For what it's worth, I'm Sherry Preston. You don't when you go to target and you plan to spend thirty or forty bucks and the bills always over one hundred fifty this past weekend. The Bill is nothing because the registers were all locked up. You didn't know you had a problem until you start bringing up nNcholas Mastro was in Chesterfield county Virginia. But the problem was all across the country, just didn't know whose was working who's wasn't and what it did was it, you would skin item and then it would on the screen, and then it would disappear we we're just shopping and seeing what would happen Linda from new Birla, Wisconsin says employees have her store went out of their way to try to help they were willing to hold these items and carts for people and then contact on the problem originating with the IT department at target. It wasn't a security breach. And no one's personal information was compromised Twitter. Ed fun with people posting hashtag target down and Armageddon. Back in Chesterfield county. Nicolas says he and his family stayed put reworked for if our rights are was the one working or. Not, and eventually got their stuff for what it's worth, Cheri Preston, ABC news. It's been five years, since Microsoft, CEO sought UN Adela told an audience at a women in technology event that women should just trust the system and not ask for a raise. But one of the additional superpowers..

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"chesterfield county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"chesterfield county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Three one twenty tickets straight bet one zero three one she said, she just had a feeling. She's in a couple of times during the day. I saw saw those numbers later that day. I guess on the way home from work. She bought ten more tickets. Same number. One zero three one. And sure enough that night the winning numbers were one zero three one. She said I nearly had a heart attack while I guess so each of her thirty plays won the top prize five thousand dollars. Straight line one zero three one. She recently picked per check for one hundred fifty thousand dollars. She bought all her tickets at the iron gate shell in Chesterfield county. According to the Virginia lottery, she said she has no immediate plans for her winnings. But she's thinking about maybe some home renovations. You just never know. You got a hunch. She had a I don't know that I would ever have a feeling about a set of numbers that strong to purchase thirty dollars of the same exact numbers on any given day. And I don't I don't play the pick three the pick fours anyway. So. A waste my money here and there on a scratch off lowest odds, I think of any lottery game scratch off tickets about nineteen past the hour. Got a quick time out will return in two on AT and watch.

AT Chesterfield county Virginia one hundred fifty thousand dol five thousand dollars thirty dollars