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"christine quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:33 min | Last month

"christine quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is balance and power with David Weston. Russia realizes that it's been further isolated and ostracized as a result of what it's doing in Ukraine. I'm still in the category that thinks that our withdrawal from the trans Pacific partnership was a serious strategic where the world of politics meets the world of business. Across the board, all colleges need some accountability. It's not just a few bad actors. This is a fed committed to restoring price stability, even if that causes pain. Balance of power with given Weston on Bloomberg radio. Coming up this hour, my conversation with Bank of America CEO Brian moynihan after the bank reported third quarter results that beat expectations. I get his thoughts on the strength of the consumer and the economy. Plus, his outlook for long-term growth and whether he expects changes in headcount, going forward. And doctor Vivek Murthy on what to expect with COVID-19 and flu cases heading into winter. Plus, his work on accessible mental healthcare for Americans. But first, New York for many years has been solidly blue, but a new quinnipiac poll shows that incumbent governor Kathy hochul may be in an almost dead heat with her challenger Lee zelden. For more on what's going on in the race, I talked to Christine Quinn. Former chair of the New York City council and CEO of wind. That's the largest provider of shelter for the homeless in New York City. We had a poll that doesn't reflect New York. In fact, mid polls significantly undersampled Democrats in New York City, the biggest turnout part of the state. So a big poll doesn't make me particularly worry or concern because it just was poorly done and mistakes were made and therefore it's inaccurate. If you look at the recent Sienna polls, for example, they have very different numbers that are very positive for the governor. And so what is your obviously you were a Democrat, but what is your assessment of Kathy hochul as governor? I mean, she was lieutenant governor and then she obviously took the governor's job because of the stepping down of Andrew Cuomo. What about the job she's done? And the candidate that she is. I think she has done a terrific job as governor, and as you said, it was kind of under difficult challenging situations. I mean, most significantly, she's delivered on the promises she made, the steps forward with a $35 million fund when the Supreme Court, in my opinion, incorrectly basically struck down roe versus wade. He's invested hundreds of millions of dollars in economic development across the state in a way that's putting people to work at a time that that really needs to happen. As you know, terribly well, Christine, one of the issues, particularly in New York City. Now, in other cities as well, is something you know awfully well, which is the situation with shelter for the homeless, which is made all the more worse because of the influx of migrants who are seeking asylum in the United States. Give us your assessment of how the city of New York is dealing with the state of New York and the federal government. Well, let me say, you know, look, the Kathy hochul our governor has done the most important thing as it relates to homelessness. She has continued to invest money in supportive houses. That's permanent housing that has services on sites at homeless people need. That investment is going to get people out of shelter so we can open up rooms and shelters and get more people into shelter and then off of the streets and more people living in permanent housing. As it relates to the refugees who've been sent by Texas, the fourth of this problem lies squarely at the feet of the governor of Texas governor Abbott for doing this really cruel and inhumane political maneuver. Now that said, we need the federal government to take steps. They've taken in the past. Listeners probably remember during the after the earthquake in Haiti, there was something called temporary protected status as an option for the Haitians who needed to leave their country. We need to make that option available to these asylum seekers. We also need to make sure these refugees asylum seekers have the option to get food stamps. Right now we have 245 asylum seeking families at wind. 700 children. We are providing them three meals a day every day. That's not a sustainable model for the nonprofits out there in our city and the federal government just extended them the right to get food. That would give them the independence of being able to go shopping and open up resources for them and the other homeless people in our health. Christine addressed one other issue that is on a lot of people's minds and it may be a false connection, but many people have a connection between people who are experiencing homelessness. I'm not talking necessarily about the migrants now. I'm talking in general. And crime, because there is a perception of increasing crime. What is the connection, if any, and what do we understand about it? What might we misunderstand about that connection? So there is that perception, but the fact show that the vast vast majority of crimes are committed by individuals who are how. And that the crimes committed by homeless individuals really are in the single digit percentage law. Now look, I get that perception is reality. So we have to do more to get mental health services to the homeless and get more homeless off of the streets. But the truth is that is not who is committing crime. But you know, as it relates to the governor's race, one of the crimes that continues to increase in our city state and country is rape and sexual assault. And obviously that is a tragedy. At least elven, who's running against our governor. Says he wants a total abortion ban with no exception. So even as rape and sexual assault is rising, he's saying if that rate causes you to be pregnant, you can not have an abortion. That's a man who is not really for crime victims. And he should admit that. Thanks to wind CEO

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"christine quinn" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

02:05 min | 4 months ago

"christine quinn" Discussed on Daily Pop

"Cream. Bleach cream. Mustaches that be blue fabric. You can barely see it girls. You can barely see it. Oh, I could see it. Yeah. Girl. I thought you said your booty bleach creep. I was like? I like gazing. Why do you believe in your booty, honey, you married? That's a whole other show. That's nightly pop. Tonight, 1130. So and sunset star Christine Quinn tells refinery 29, she puts her phone on the floor while she sleeps, and in the morning she won't check it until she's had her copy and sets her intention for the day. Wood should and could. You do it. I'm gonna be honest, I feel like my phone is the first because that's where my alarm is to wake me up. Yeah, I shut it off. I would be better served if I had my coffee before going to reply to emails. Because sometimes in the morning, I might be a little sassy. I might have a little sass. So there are some times I think setting your intention is a beautiful thing. Yeah. Because anything can set you off and sort of tip the tone of your 100%. If you're not in the right space. Let me tell you about you. I think it's better to read your emails first. Then set the intention. You just read. Well, no one's sending me an email at four 45 in the morning. Okay. I don't know. What emails you are trying to read in the morning. What I do do is I stick my phone in the bathroom. So I have to wake up and go and walk to the bathroom to get my day started. And it has been my thing for the last four years, and it is. What is sleeping in look like to you? So four 45 is the regular for workdays. What is sleeping into you? Is that like 8 o'clock or noon? Where are you at? Girl, Sunday, I will, but I like to wake up, do a few things around the house for like two hours. And then and then get back. Yes. So I'm like, I'm like, I got a bad sword. Like, I'm like, somebody coming flip me over. Yeah. Up next. Are you ready for candy Apple wings? You heard me. We've got a chef here to

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"christine quinn" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

04:33 min | 6 months ago

"christine quinn" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Talking with Christine Quinn from the reality show Selling Sunset You are somebody who really celebrates the hustle A lot of your book is about how we can hustle better Yes But what is your message to folks who also work hard and things don't work out for them How do you address that When your value system is really focused on winning Oh I mean absolutely I mean I dealt with it for years You know hustle doesn't happen overnight and success doesn't happen overnight You have to understand I was 29 years old until I was actually taken seriously as a professional And I had worked so many years but the key is persistence persistence persistence outside of the box thinking You know you'll read in my book there's instances where I was trying to apply for modeling agency and they kept denying my head shots You know after I was being told no no no no no I said you know what I'm just asking the wrong person and I will get a yes And so what I did was I thought outside of the box and I just I just showed up to the office I showed up to the office and I said I just speak with this person They're like who are you I waited in that office lobby for about I don't even know 5 hours or something Just to speak with the head of this agency and she finally took me in and I said listen I understand that you get thousands of head shots a day but I wanted you to meet me in person I wanted you to see me as an individual human I'm not just a photo on a piece of paper I'm so much more Let me explain to you why So for anyone who thinks wait and what happened Whatever Well she signed me of course It's crazy Almost unheard of that that would happen that she would even kind of just take a random person in the lobby I was a stalker I wasn't I wasn't letting We were not endorsing stocking on this show but this worked out for Christine Quinn We are not endorsing stocking but I'm saying you know it falls in line with being extremely persistent And being a creative thinker doing anything that you can do to set yourself apart to do things differently You know even when I'm working in real estate what I do is I see homes that are being built I'll go to construction sites and I will literally walk up to the workers working on the property And I say oh hi who's the developer who's managing this project I'll get their information and then I'll reach out to the developer directly These are things that I do to think outside of the box because we have a way and a system of doing things but I think it's all about disrupting the system and finding a new way a creative way to get yourself out there Okay before we let you go Yes I know you're really celebrated and make a lot of money for striving and achieving But do you ever want to stop the hustle Make less money or fewer appearances and live a quieter life especially now that you've become a mom and you know are older You know it's so funny to me It's actually not about the money It's not about the money for me I enjoy I genuinely enjoy working I genuinely enjoy accomplishing projects So for me I think the hustle will never stop and it comes from the ambition that was deep rooted inside of me from so many people telling me I couldn't do things and me wanting to prove them wrong but also feeling so fulfilled in the process of loving the work that I do and it's all about surrounding yourself with people that resonate and are on your level and want you to succeed and you want them to succeed as well It's all about the environment you are the sum of the 5 people you hang out with You are the sum So I think that's the most important thing is to get rid of all the toxic people in your life and then watch how you will catapult and thrive to become a butterfly Christine Quinn I really enjoyed it Thank you so much Thank you so much It's been wonderful Christine Quinn stars in the reality show Selling Sunset on Netflix Her new book how to be a boss bitch is out may 17th Coming up we revisit a chat with singer songwriter yebba about her album dawn She talks about church processing grief and shedding old beliefs to make room for new.

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"christine quinn" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

03:01 min | 7 months ago

"christine quinn" Discussed on Daily Pop

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"christine quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:04 min | 8 months ago

"christine quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Latest I'm Brad Siegel And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom Roger ng the only Goldman Sachs banker to go to trial over the global one MDB scandal was found guilty for his role in the epic looting of the Malaysian fund Ing who's 49 was convicted Friday of all three counts in the case including conspiring to violate U.S. anti bribery laws and conspiring to launder money He faces a prison term of as long as 30 years but is likely to get far less time U.S. stocks saw the first losing week in the last four three week rally for tech stocks ended as investors got more worried about a possible recession Treasury yields continued to move higher For the week the S&P 500 fell 1.3% The Dow was down three tenths of 1% and the NASDAQ fell 3.9% this week The ten year note was last quoted out a yield of 2.7% Former treasury secretary Larry summers says that the consensus among economists will increasingly fall in line with the U.S. tipping into recession next year We have never had a moment in the United States when inflation was above four at unemployment was below four when we didn't have a recession two years within the next two years Summers was interviewed on Bloomberg Wall Street week with David Westin That's heard every weekend on Bloomberg radio and television Governor Kathy hochul's new budget has some relief for parents Christine Quinn former speaker of the New York City council spoke with Bloomberg about the state budget Well there is a huge first of its kind $7 billion over 40 years increase in funding for child care in this budget And you'll remember President Biden called for investment and expansion of child care in his State of the Union And here in New York State is leading former city council speaker Christine Quinn Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This.

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"christine quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:30 min | 8 months ago

"christine quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom New York City officials are planning to remove makeshift shelters set up by homeless people on city streets Mayor Eric Adams disclosed the initiative in an interview with The New York Times Friday but provided few details this comes a month after he announced a push to remove homeless people from the city's subway system in response to assaults and other violent or aggressive behavior New York City's two firefighter unions are demanding that mayor Eric Adams lived the COVID-19 mandate for their members Mayor Adams revoked the vaccine requirement for athletes and performers last week leading to an outcry from city workers who are still waiting to hear about exemptions The FAA's environmental review of SpaceX's plan to launch its starship rocket from South Texas is expected to finish up by April 29th The story from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet That is a month later than had been expected It is the third delay for the review which will assess the impact of launch operations on the area around Boca chica Texas The agency is also considering the potential effects on a wildlife refuge for migratory birds and other species Bloomberg's Charlie poet reporting March madness marches on the Saint Peter's peacocks of Jersey City are playing North Carolina this evening The new found fame and national exposure has the potential to generate millions of dollars for Saint Peter's and for the basketball team Here's coach shaheen Holloway When you're playing his team like that who's supposed to win right When you keep it tight certain things to happen Saint Peter's is already starting to feel the financial impact of its fairytale run in just one week merchandise sales at the campus store were more than double what they were all of last semester Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Suzanne Palmer This is Bloomberg You're listening to balance of power with David Westin on Bloomberg radio The restrictions may be coming off but New York City has a long way to come back from the effects of the pandemic I talked with former city council speaker former mayoral candidate and current CEO of women in need Christine Quinn about what it will take to bring the city back The pandemic no surprise didn't kick every community equally And it hit homeless people homeless women homeless families homeless women of color harder than it hits other communities That's just a fact 25% of the working moms at win lost their job right at the beginning of the pandemic And these were folks who were working but got evicted most of them because the jobs were minimum wage So we have to recognize if you're going to rebuild where you're starting from How much has been torn down how much you lost what was there before So we need to recognize that there was a whole part of New York who was unemployed or underemployed even when the numbers looked better Now the good news is New Yorkers want things to get better And I would also say the rest of the region is about the country is pulling for New York and we have a mayor now there out of who's really out there pushing all of us to get that and to get going But to do that effectively we're going to need to really have a partnership between government nonprofits like wind and the business community out there So we can put homeless moms We can put them in good jobs that enable them to pay the rent who they and their children don't ever have to go back to shelter It's not hard It's not easy but it's absolutely doable How much of this from your point of view is because the very nature of work for a lot of people working in offices has shifted And what that means inevitably is all of those small businesses affiliated around the office buildings They do not have the revenue even have gone out of business themselves Well I think there's certainly been an impact on small businesses because people weren't in their office buildings right Whether it was the dry cleaner the sandwich shop the folks who shine your shoes there's no question The question is how many people will go back to work And what will that look like and based on whether it's half time or 50 50 and then one group in one group not it can not sustain those small businesses And if the answer is no what can government property tax breaks other kind of rigs What can we do to help keep them alive That is critical Now some part of work is going to be remote Whether we like it or not that's a result of this Massive challenge for people in shelter and it's a challenge for low income people who either can't afford the Internet or still live in parts of the city that does not have broad that's a reality because some of the homework you need to be connected So that's something we have to remember We can't think every neighborhood is connected like what I live in like Chelsea Do we do have the government moving forward in the form of a proposed budget from governor hochul which is being debated up in Albany If you had your way what could be put in that budget to really improve the lot of people experiencing homelessness that you've talked about And for that matter the housing crisis And the fact that you have all those evictions you referred to Right Well a couple of things One the discussion that's going on between the governor and the legislature around more money for child care There isn't enough subsidized child care That makes it hard for homeless women to go to work So I support that And I hope they can get that number as high as possible We need the state to continue to fund and expand the funding for.

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"christine quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:33 min | 8 months ago

"christine quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"May be coming off but New York City has a long way to come back from the effects of the pandemic I talked with former city council speaker and former mayoral candidate and current CEO of women in need Christine Quinn about what it will take to bring the city back The pandemic no surprise didn't hit every community equally And it hit homeless people homeless women homeless families homeless women of color harder than it hit other communities That's just a fact 25% of the working moms at win lost their job right at the beginning of the pandemic And these were folks who were working but got evicted most of them because the jobs were minimum wage So we have to recognize if you're going to rebuild where you're starting from How much has been torn down how much you lost what was there before So we need to recognize that there was a whole part of New York who was unemployed or underemployed even when the numbers looked better Now the good news is New Yorkers want things to get better And I would also say the rest of the region about the country is pulling for New York and we have a mayor now there out of who's really out there pushing all of us to get that and to get going But to do that effectively we're going to need to really have a partnership between government nonprofits like wind and the business community out there So we can put homeless moms We can put them in good jobs that enable them to pay the rent so they and their children don't ever have to go back to shelter It's not hard It's not easy but it's absolutely doable How much of this from your point of view is because the very nature of work for a lot of people working in offices is shifted And what that means inevitably is all of those small businesses affiliated around the office buildings They do not have the revenue even have gone out of business themselves Well I think there's certainly been an impact on small businesses because people weren't in their office buildings right Whether it was the dry cleaner the sandwich shop the folks who shine your shoes there's no question The question is how many people will go back to work And what will that look like and based on whether it's half time or 50 50 and then one group in one group not it can not sustain those small businesses And if the answer is no what can government property tax breaks other kind of breaks What can we do to help keep them alive Because that is critical Now some part of work is going to be remote Whether we like it or not that's a result of this That's a challenge for people in shelter and it's a challenge for low income people who either can't afford the Internet or still live in parts of the city that does not have broad reality because some of the homework you need to be connected So that's something we have to remember We can't think every neighborhood is connected like what I live in like Chelsea We do have the government moving forward in the form of a proposed budget from governor hochul which is being debated up in Albany If you had your way what could be put in that budget to really improve the lot of people experiencing homelessness that you've talked about And for that matter the housing crisis And the fact that you have all those evictions you referred to Well a couple of things One the discussion that's going on between the governor and the legislature around more money for child care there isn't enough stuff for that child care That makes it hard for homeless women to go to work So I support that And I hope they can get that number as high as possible We need the state to continue to fund and expand the funding for supportive housing which is permanent housing for formerly homeless people that has services on three we need the state to get more in the game of developing affordable housing particularly housing that's affordable to low income working people and to homeless people That is really critical It's not a role that they have historically played but they need to The former mayor of mister de Blasio made affordable housing of prior reform Did they make much progress in the administration or did it just not go far enough What happened The question you have to ask when you hear the word affordable housing affordable to who So in mayor de Blasio's first affordable housing plan there was not one unit not one unit That was affordable to somebody exiting shelter Now look it's a reality that New York is so expensive even before rents went up recently that you do need to subsidize housing for middle class people Thanks to former New York City council speaker Christine Quinn Coming up when will the Senate vote on President Biden's fed nominees.

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"christine quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:48 min | 8 months ago

"christine quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Restrictions may be coming off but New York City has a long way to come back from the effects of the pandemic I talked with former city council speaker for mayoral candidate and current CEO of women in need Christine Quinn about what it will take to bring the city back The pandemic no surprise didn't hit every community equally And it hit homeless people homeless women homeless families homeless women of color harder than it hit other communities That's just a fact 25% of the working moms at win lost their job right at the beginning of the pandemic And these were folks who were working but got evicted most of them because the jobs were minimum wage So we have to recognize if you're going to rebuild where you're starting from How much has been torn down how much you lost what was there before So we need to recognize that there was a whole part of New York who was unemployed or underemployed even when the numbers looked better Now the good news is New Yorkers want things to get better And I would also say the rest of the region about the country is pulling for New York and we have a mayor now They are out of who's really out there pushing all of us to get that and to get going But to do that effectively we're going to need to really have a partnership between government nonprofits like wind and the business community out there So we can put homeless moms We can put them in good jobs that enable them to pay the rent so they and their children don't ever have to go back to shelter It's not hard It's not easy but it's absolutely doable How much of this from your point of view is because the very nature of work for a lot of people working in offices has shifted And what that means inevitably is all of those small businesses affiliated around the office buildings They do not have the revenue even have gone out of business themselves Well I think there's certainly been an impact on small businesses because people weren't in their office buildings right Whether it was the dry cleaner the sandwich shop the folks who shine your shoes there's no question The question is how many people will go back to work And what will that look like And based on whether it's half time or 50 50 and then one group in one group got it can that sustain those small businesses And if the answer is no what can government property tax breaks other kind of breaks What can we do to help keep them alive That is critical Now some part of work is going to be remote Whether we like it or not that's a result of this That's a challenge for people in shelter and it's a challenge for low income people who either can't afford the Internet or still live in parts of the city that does not have broad reality because some of the homework you need to be connected So that's something we have to remember We can't think every neighborhood is connected like what I live in like Chelsea Do we do have the government moving forward in the form of a proposed budget from governor hochul which is being debated up in Albany If you had your way what could be put in that budget to really improve the lot of people experiencing homelessness that you've talked about And for that matter the housing crisis And the fact that you have all those evictions you referred to Right Well a couple of things One the discussion that's going on between the governor and the legislature around more money for child care there isn't enough subsidized child care That makes it hard for homeless women to go to work So I support that And I hope they can get that number as high as possible We need the state to continue to fund and expand the funding for supportive housing which is permanent housing for formerly homeless people that has services on three we need the state to get more in the game of developing affordable housing particularly housing that's affordable to low income working people and to homeless people That is really critical It's not a role that they have historically played but they need to The former mayor of mister de Blasio made affordable housing of prior reform Did they make much progress Administration or does it just not go far enough What happened The question you have to ask when you hear the words affordable housing affordable to who So in mayor de Blasio's first affordable housing plan there was not one unit not one unit That was affordable to somebody exiting shelter Now look it's a reality that New York is so expensive even before rents went up recently that you do need to subsidize housing for middle class people Thanks to former New York City council speaker Christine Quinn Coming up when will the Senate vote on President Biden's fed nominees I ask Senate banking committee chairman sherrod Brown That's next you're listening to balance of power on Bloomberg radio This is Bloomberg Breaking news.

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"christine quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:33 min | 8 months ago

"christine quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Restrictions may be coming off but New York City has a long way to come back from the effects of the pandemic I talked with former city council speaker for mayoral candidate and current CEO of women in need Christine Quinn about what it will take to bring the city back The pandemic no surprise didn't hit every community equally And it hit homeless people homeless women homeless families homeless women of color harder than it hit other communities That's just a fact 25% of the working moms at win lost their job right at the beginning of the pandemic And these were folks who were working but got a victim most of them because the jobs were minimum wage So we have to recognize if you're going to rebuild where you're starting from How much has been torn down How much you lost What was there before So we need to recognize that there was a whole part of New York who was unemployed or underemployed even when the numbers looked better Now the good news is New Yorkers want things to get better And I would also say the rest of the region about the country is pulling for New York and we have a mayor now there out of who's really out there pushing all of us to get that and to get going But to do that effectively we're going to need to really have a partnership between government nonprofits like wind and the business community out there So we can put homeless moms We can put them in good jobs that enable them to pay the rent so they and their children don't ever have to go back to shelter It's not hard It's not easy but it's absolutely doable How much of this from your point of view is because the very nature of work for a lot of people working in offices is a shifted And what that means inevitably is all of those small businesses affiliated around the office buildings They do not have the revenue even have gone out of business themselves Well I think there's certainly been an impact on small businesses because people weren't in their office buildings right Whether it was the dry cleaner the sandwich shop the folks who shine your shoes there's no question The question is how many people will go back to work And what will that look like and based on whether it's half time or 50 50 and then one group in one group not it can not sustain those small businesses And if the answer is no what can government property tax breaks other kind of breaks What can we do to help keep them alive Because that is critical Now some part of work is going to be remote Whether we like it or not that's a result of this That's a challenge for people in shelter and it's a challenge for low income people who either can't afford the Internet or still live in parts of the city that does not have broad vast reality because some of the homework you need to be connected So that's something we have to remember We can't think every neighborhood is connected like one I live in like Chelsea We do have the government moving forward in the form of a proposed budget from governor hochul which is being debated up in Albany If you had your way what could be put in that budget to really improve the lot of people experiencing homelessness that you've talked about And for that matter the housing crisis And the fact that you have all those evictions you referred to Right Well a couple of things One the discussion that's going on between the governor and the legislature around more money for child care There isn't enough subsidized child care That makes it hard for homeless women to go to work So I support that And I hope they can get that number as high as possible We need the state to continue to fund and expand the funding for supportive housing which is permanent housing for formerly homeless people that has services on three we need the state to get more in the game of developing affordable housing particularly housing that's affordable to low income working people and to homeless people That is really critical It's not a role that they have historically played but they need to The former mayor of mister de Blasio made affordable housing of prior reform Did they make much progress in the administration or did it just not go far enough What happened The question you have to ask when you hear the word affordable housing affordable too cool So in mayor de Blasio's first affordable housing plan there was not one unit not one unit That was affordable to somebody exiting shelter Now look it's a reality that New York is so expensive even before rents went up recently that you do need to subsidize housing for middle class people Thanks to former New York City council speaker Christine Quinn Coming up when will the Senate vote on President Biden's fed nominees.

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"christine quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:19 min | 8 months ago

"christine quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Those of us in New York City the masks may be coming off We may not have to prove that we've been vaccinated to get into a restaurant At the same time we're seeing the rents go up and the employment not come back nearly as strongly as we thought For her sense of what's going on with the city And what it will take to get us back we welcome now Christine Quinn She's the former New York City council chair She's now president and CEO of women in need So miss quin thank you so much for being back with us Really appreciate it You certainly have your you have your finger on the pulse of this city and particularly a part of the city because you work with women in need What are you seeing Well the pandemic no surprise didn't hit every community equally And it hit homeless people homeless women homeless families homeless women of color harder than it hit other communities That's just a fact 25% of the working moms at win lost their job right at the beginning of the pandemic And these were folks who were working but got a victim most of them because the jobs were minimum wage So we have to recognize if you're going to rebuild where you're starting from How much has been torn down how much you lost what was there before So we need to recognize that there was a whole part of New York who was unemployed or underemployed even when the numbers looked better Now the good news is New Yorkers want things to get better And I would also say the rest of the region is not the country is pulling for New York and we have a mayor now They are out of who's really out there pushing all of us to get back and to get going But to do that effectively we're going to need to really have a partnership between government nonprofits like wind and the business community out there So we can put homeless moms We could put them in good jobs that enable them to pay the rent so they and their children don't ever have to go back to shelter It's not hard It's not easy but it's absolutely doable How much of this from your point of view is because the very nature of work for a lot of people working in offices is a shifted So that although people may be working they're not necessarily working from their offices and what that means inevitably is all of those small businesses affiliated around the office buildings They do not have the revenue even have gone out of business themselves Well I think there's certainly been an impact on small businesses because people weren't in their office buildings right Whether it was the dry cleaner the sandwich shop the folks who shine your shoes there's no question The question is how many people will go back to work And what will that look like and based on whether it's half time or 50 50 and then one group in one group not it can not sustain those small businesses And if the answer is no what can government property tax breaks other kind of breaks What can we do to help keep them alive Because that is critical Now some part of work is going to be remote There's no weather we like it or not That's a result of this That's a challenge for people in shelter and it's a challenge for low income people who either can't afford the Internet or still live in parts of the city that does not have broadband That's the reality because some of the homework you need to be connected So that's something we have to remember We can't think every neighborhood is connected like one I live in like Chelsea So miss Queen if I could ask we do have the government moving forward in the form of a proposed budget from governor hochul which is being debated up in Albany If you had your way what could be put in that budget to really improve the lot of people experiencing homelessness that you've talked about And for that matter the housing crisis And the fact that you have all those evictions you referred to Right Well a couple of things One the discussion that's going on between the governor and the legislature around more money for child care there isn't enough subsidized child care That makes it hard for homeless women to go to work So I support that And I hope they can get that number as high as possible We need the state to continue to fund and expand the funding for supportive housing which is permanent housing for formerly homeless people that has services on three we need the state to get more in the game of developing affordable housing particularly housing that's affordable to low income working people and to homeless people That is really critical It's not a role that they have historically played but they need to But the former mayor of mister de Blasio made affordable housing a priority for him Did they make much progress in the administration Or does it just not go far enough What happened The question you have to ask when you hear the word affordable housing affordable to who so in mayor de Blasio's first affordable housing plan there was not one unit not one unit That was affordable to somebody exiting shelter Now look it's a reality that New York is so expensive even before rents went up recently that you do need to subsidize housing for middle class people So firefighter and teacher who are married and have a family so that they can live in the city That is true We need diversify affordable housing But as it relates to the lowest and homeless it was not onto basil's radar Are we making progress in getting people back into the offices I've seen some polls that suggest when it comes to badging in as opposed to just working It's like a 30% We've got a long way to go You know to go from zero to 30% in the face of a pandemic where most people have to use mass transit is significant and is good right Because people became very very afraid of the subway And I understand that So for me the question isn't where we're at it's are we continuing to go from 30 to 35 to 40 et cetera And as long as we're continuing to move forward I think that's fine And I also think we need to accept whether we like it or not we're never going to get back to the number we were at before because remote is just much more of a thing Now and that we have to accept and deal with and then think about the space that's left that won't be used and what else we could use it.

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"christine quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"christine quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Kathy Huckle was sworn in just after midnight as New York governor, the first woman to fill the role. We talk with veteran New York political leader Christine Quinn about what to expect. But first we get a market check from Charlie. Thank you very much. And here's what's going on David Westin happy Tuesday by the way equities that record strong corporate earnings. Rally in commodity prices outweighing lingering concerns about the threat of covid 19 to the global economy S and P NASDAQ, both gaining best by becoming the latest American retailer to report robust consumer demand. That's my shares B b Y on the ticker. They're up now by 9.7%. S and P higher by eight. Up by about 2/10 of 1%. The Dow Up 64 by 2/10 of 1%. NASDAQ had a record of 62 by 4/10 of 1% to be clear the S and P also at a record 10. Years down, 7 30 seconds 10 year Yield right now. 1.27% Gold up 90 cents the ounce. Little changed 18 Oh, six. West Texas Intermediate Crude up 2.7% 67 44 a barrel Economic data. New Home sales did rebound in July. And with that story, here's Bloomberg's Vinny Del Giudice again marks the first increase in four months as more new homes going, the market satisfying pent up demand. The prior month. Sales pace was the slowest and more than a year new home sales account for 10% of residential property transactions. Data Monday showed sales of previously owned homes. Also Rose Del Giudice Bloomberg Radio Securities and Exchange Commission will demand that the more than 250 Chinese companies trading in U. S markets better inform investors about political and regulatory risks expanding a dictate It recently imposed for firms seeking initial public offerings. The NASDAQ Golden Dragon China Index Up now by 7.4% following last night's gains in Hong Kong, Again, recapping S and P up A to gain their of 2/10.

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"christine quinn" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"christine quinn" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"The who's for providing our rita theme song on tuesdays and have a good weekend. We'll see you later. Have a good weekend. Bye via caboodle. I saw on twitter. That christine quinn. Had compared andrew cuomo's resignation to lord of the rings and i just assumed it was Christine clan of meat for hoover. Christine quinn is never knew anything about politics. In her tireless. You know andrew cuomo is happening So there's a cuomo aid christie's too. I just wanna say that. I keep forgetting. There's a politician named christine quinn and so every time i see this woman talking about andrew cuomo's resignation. I keep thinking christine question throwing sunset. I'm wondering how they know each other But i hope that christine quinn goes actually know andrew cuomo crunch crunch as bobby sir. Time longtime Has to pasta pot and call about louis too so wax museums. He was the great grandson of marie. Too so But less whenever some. I think family disagreement the argument back in the late. Eighteen hundred So the reason. My his last museums iraq during jackie is how is because they're unofficial and they're not you know that too so approved so you're currently owned by the ripley's entertainment company. So you know. Ripley's believe it or not so a little yankee for reason and i just wanted to call you. Know i- highly team bobby courtney. I'm just going for it. You know that. Allie love is still posting about her wedding. And i'm pretty sure that she went private two weeks ago. The timeline is so confusing crush crunch. Bobby meeting time meeting time i had to Because when we're talking about doctors ending up in small towns you absolutely forgot the most important series in which adopter ends up in the small town which is ever would I will not sound for everyone a raise. Your all right. Hey bobby. I'm a coupla disowns behind that you're talking about the doctor ends up in a small town trope. Dating original clinton transient. There's so much to say. Don't necessarily the top crepes reporting on. Beanie scene is going to star in the broadway revival of funny girl and i just know that liam michelle just broke like an entire glass lake cabinet. Assign site Crunch crunch hi. I'm realize that andrew rannells and i'm divine are not the same person. I also don't know if i pronounce either their teams right but okay..

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"christine quinn" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"christine quinn" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Her bathing suits are even more iconic in the fact that they cover like only the things that legally have to be covered. Things that instagram would get four right. Only the things that would double bathing suits. I mean this one. I don't even know how to describe it. It's somehow gives you like bottom boob cleavage while also giving you top and middle boo cleavage like aka legend babies it all side boob and just normal sleep credible it. Obviously it's oddly a feat of engineering and the b- being itself is only a triangle that covers like your nipples and like areolas. That's the only and then the bottom the bottom sav a little peekaboo a little peekaboo for your navel. You know. I mean it honestly just looks. It's just everyone's everything is hanging on by a threat here. Any fold of skin. That could feasibly get a wedgie as getting a wedgie with this bathing suit. Okay so she posts on her instagram. Everyone's in europe. And i'm just hearsay owing okay. Nobody asked first of all. There's a picture of. I assume where they make her bathing suits a factory with worrying conditions. Right so like this is if you're not familiar with this is like where your clothing is made. You should get familiar because Splashes ruining the planet and ruins lives right. I think people see this and say they're shocked but this is how a lot of clothing is may is in in places like this. A lot of clothing is made. It doesn't look great. This is why fast fashion is controversial. Right right so that. I'm just saying people were like sweat. Shot up shop. I'm like we don't know how much they pay the people here but also like this is exactly what everything looks like two so like. If you're worried about this like stay worried you know right right exactly exactly. This should be alarming to you but the other thing about dre is that she's known for being like not the brightest bulb in the box and so it's just like the fact that she would post this photo. No one even was like accusing her or even saying anything and she was like. Here's my shitty looking working conditions. I make my bathing suits under here. Wanna feel wanna feel bad like. Here's how these bathing suits are made right. Like anyone with like a shred of like empathy would look at this photo and be like god. I really hope. I'm paying these women. Well or i'm not gonna post us unless like in backup that these people are being treated well because from the photo it looks like they're not also posting this with the intention of implying you're like some sort of boss bitch. Ceo it's like post conference room. Poster poster prophets list put on a bikini. That has like a suit. Maybe a boss baby bikini type thing like lindsey. The answer is literally post. What every other famous person posts when they say they're working. We'll you know like you don't see fuck in like anna out here being like i'm a ceo. It's like where fendi is being so no anyway. So people immediately get mad her and they're like they're they're mad at her but they're also just like what the this dumb ass yet okay. Here's the last time. She had drama about this. The last time dreyer had drama was after megan stallion gut shot by tori lanes. She went on a podcast and said this. I predict that. They had some sort of bobby and whitney love that you know drove them down. This snapped s Type of road. I'm here for it. I like that. I want you to like me so much. You shoot me in the foot to like. It's what just very offensive stuff about domestic violence. That's truly like the pets. Dra is a reality star. Like she really doesn't deserve megs attention especially not in this but even meghan went on twitter and said dumb bitch. That shit ain't fucking funny show about getting but what happened the fallout from this was this is also very alleged. She was a celebrity spokesperson for fendi. Riyaz brandt yeah and allegedly again reenergize too savvy at business to kind of get explicitly involved in messina especially at this stage in career but she can still sort of do things they will get attention so the alleged behavior was that she dropped dre as a celebrity endorser as ambassador because she was like the sucks and then she sent meghan a care package. Okay ray but anyway dre had to apologize and she said i truly don't glorify domestic violence. I was trying to say. Just love me deeply but while trying to be funny. I offended many including meg. Okay but anyway. Meanwhile there's literally fool on stories that are like you're the dumbest things dreyer has ever done. Well i'm cracking up. Because she tweeted. I'm trying to watch uncut gems and is it me or is the back round. Two words pat back round music. Too loud. I can barely hear what they saying. Then she followed up with also. Is it back round or background question ali. She's it's i mean it's great dot com such one nine to five to five one slash drabber. Shell dumbest moment. Yeah well. I think she you know. Is this there Lead we love looking at dreher. She super pretty with one of the battles graham. It's just when she opens our mouths and says things really really dumb things that we frown up. Exeter instagram page and watch the internet roster until the next shiny object comes along online. Oh my and it's like one of those things where it's like. She probably also feeds off of the attention from saying that she's dumb because at least it's attention she is the classic influence or case where it's truly all press is good press lega. She still clearly making money doing her instagram modeling in her. Like she does christine. Quinn i pay for pop shots. Like it's very obvious like she and christine quinn. I have a lot in common. Actually also dre. Because she's a reality star. Where did she get a job. At zeus zeus. She got that zeus paycheck. Which i'm not sure is very big but it is of johnson hernandez like very own. Zeus like joslin queen of zeus. Let dre in okay. But drei dropped a trailer for a show last year. That never came out of the trailer. Here i've been thinking..

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"christine quinn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"christine quinn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Um He also had some, you know, not insignificant. Union support 32 B J. D. C 37, the Hotel Trades Council. All unions with pretty strong turnout operations that were definitely messed, you know, sending messages to their members, and it's clear that Along with the support he had from elected officials in those different areas that he was able to connect his message with the voters at the right moment. How do your friend is his coalition from the de Blasio Coalition or the Bloomberg Coalition? Well, when you look at the de Blasio coat, there is definite overlapped with the de Blasio coalition. You know some of the same areas in central Brooklyn and southeast Queens. That Adams performed really, really well in de Blasio also performed well in de Blasio did better in parts of Manhattan. He actually won in the West Village, which was the district that Former city Council speaker Christine Quinn actually represented, Um, but he also picked up some support in Harlem and then he had a real base because he represented Park Slope in the City Council before becoming the public advocate. In that brownstone Brooklyn area and added some other, You know communities in Queens to sort of round out his support. When you look at the atoms support, Um Manhattan really went very strongly for Katherine Garcia. She picked up the strongest support among Higher income, higher educated voters. Maya Wiley then also ate into some of that in areas where we've seen sort of a growth on Progressive activism. So in those areas in Queens and in Brooklyn, where you know some of the younger, more animated a political activists are that is where Maya Wiley performed, Uh, strongest over even over in The East Village area. Uh, so it's a different coalition. Um, but, you know, I think one of the challenges and opportunities for atoms when he presumably wins in November, is Um, you know, lay presenting a mandate to the city and presenting an agenda to the city that brings together you know, a unifying vision, and I think that is something that he has said that he aims to do Right, And Adams has his fans and he has his detractors. I think he sees himself as kind of the political missing link, you know, he straddles police reform. And using the police to reduce the number of shootings, someone who gets housing insecurity in New York, But it's also not a stated enemy of landlords and developers and other things like that, so Now that the campaign is over, where he clearly made some right calls just in terms of strategy, emphasizing public safety and his own biography. How do you see him pivoting to a more holistic governing approach, as opposed to campaigning approach once he presumably gets past the November election. Well, I think that so much as you laid out So much of the atoms campaign, uh, was just timed for the moment, as we say, you know, in the analysis of any campaign The timing really is often everything. And so he it will be fascinating to see where the city is. Come January of 2022 to what extent the the issues of crime and public safety versus Covid reopening and relief are the dominant issues. You know, he has talked about how there is no recovery without public safety, and I think that theme is And will largely drive the early days of the administration, ensuring that there is a sense of public safety to allow for, you know a full sense of the city's recovery and reopening. And tourism and all that is all that comes with a full functioning New York City. Let's take a ranked choice. Voting math question. I think that's what it is from Bob in Rego Park, Bobby, you're on W N Y C Hi, there. Hey, Brian. I haven't spoken to show while doing a great job and the reporter like to make a statement. I felt as though which I both like Wiley. I like Garcia. I felt so they both cancelled each other out. Adam says the mayor is not going to go after billions of dollars from Cuomo. He's going to be great Federal for people who have money and we would have been better off of either one of those would have not been in the race. We would have our first. I'm sorry to wildly. Garcia, we we had our first mayor and either one of them I would have been here. Tremendously satisfied. Even though Manhattan went for Garcia, she would have been much President Adams Adams is not going to go and communicate with the governor and help the real people report people in this city. I have money people have money. But I think that was a big mistake and either one of them should have bowed out of the race. Bob. Thank you very much. Well, 1st 1st of all, I'm sure. In fairness to Eric Adams. He would say he certainly is there on behalf of poor people. He grew up poor himself. I mentioned that he won, in part, I believe, because he told his own story, his own biography effectively and that certainly grew up being poor. His base was working class. It was not the Manhattan elite who voted much more. For Garcia, and even for Wiley, Um so so there's that in in, You know how Eric Adams would at very least defend himself and with respect to Garcia and wildly cancelling each other out. Bridget. It's an interesting question, and I guess it depends how you look at what the lanes quote unquote really were in this race where they progressive and moderate, in which case Um Wiley is in her own name separate from Garcia and Adams, who are both considered a little more moderate. Or maybe there was Woman candidate Lane or I don't know. How do you see it? I think that you can't ignore how different Garcia and Wiley were as candidates and what the positions that they taken and Um, the platforms they were running on..

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"christine quinn" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

POLITICO's Nerdcast

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"christine quinn" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

"Joe into manhattan. I'm sorry to interrupt. I'm talking to people about the mayor's race at the end of the day as long as the people that are in office are doing at least seventy five percent of their jobs seventy five. I mean it'll do it. It'll get something done that has not been getting. What's the response been like. I spoke to someone from andrew yang's team and our recent poll. Politico telemundo and nbc. New york poll shows andrea slipped to fourth place. Yeah a i think. That's a pretty big deal. Eric adams is still leading the race. Kathryn garcia has has moved forward my widely so they say the polling was conducted before your story and they suspect that this will have a lot of impact. What do you think you. Don't eric adamson. I think a good job of i don't think he's answered questions. If you're really looking for lake an explanation that you feel satisfied with i still find a lot of inconsistencies. But i think he's done a really good job of saying to the general public and to his voters. And you know maybe two other reporters who don't have all of this information at their fingertips like i've worked on behalf of new yorkers for however many years and people know me and i was a cop and i was a police captain and i was state senator and this is just crazy and it's just my rival campaigns trying to sink me and i think he's articulated that message. Well i think that a lot of reporters seemed skeptical when we were all talking out after the tour that he really lives there. But you know the way news travels in this town is you. And i both know. He has the post on his side. And i think that makes a huge difference because the post endorsed him and post just like a tremendously powerful news outlet that can really shape public opinion and they have decided not the reporters. Obviously the leadership at the post is decided that they're kind of not going to really go after him hard. And i think that has made it easier for other people to because i think they set the tone. Could you imagine what their cover page would have been if they were gonna go after eric for this. I mean exactly exactly if this were if this were my wiley who they definitely don't like and it's funny because in two thousand thirteen. I think we were both there. They endorsed christine. Quinn for mayor put. We wrote tough stories on christine. Quinn like there was definitely a lot of space on the new side to go hard at their preferred candidate. But that doesn't seem to be the case here. So i think they must be so upset about bill de blasio. I just the new york post sort of his the screaming voice of new york city right. It really is. It really is hard to explain to people who don't know it like what an influence it has but as you know it just has such an influence it's like seeps in and it's not subtle even people who hate it they love to hate it and they still listen no way absolutely speaking public opinion. Sally let's check back in with libya..

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"christine quinn" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"christine quinn" Discussed on Daily Pop

"And it's over. Social media likes the feud between former friends. Christine quinn and mary fitzgerald. Who didn't always see eye to eye on the show. You should have owned up. You should have been in adult. You should of told her again after the party door. Trying to give respect okay. So mary is telling page six. That christine is throwing her under the bus and telling people that marry never liked her pregnancy announcement post. This is christine tiktok posts. That started everything. We're gonna show here in just a second there coast so she's literally pulling out. All of the members of selling sunset in her life is showing. They'd never liked her post. Mary calls this a flat out. Lie insists she heard about the pregnancy through the media and left christina voice. Exa congratulate her. I mean this is almost hilarious and at the same like how do have so much time to do all that i mean. Orange juice so ridge so famous you're having child like you have a husband. Would you owner. If i didn't like your wedding announcement. I would not notice. I would literally not notice. You're going to notice. I didn't like it. would you not. would you feel some type of way. No because i miss things all the time so like i'm going to extend that grace to a fellow person who i know works and is busy and has alive and has kids. You know dhabi missed it i. I'm sure if you saw that day when it was trending or whatever when it went up then you would have probably liked it. And if you didn't i don't give up about it. Yes good how about you know. I wouldn't care. I just like you. I would just assume that. They didn't see it or they were looking at it and they had something in their hand and didn't like it and we're like what are you thought you liked it but you didn't actually like it. Send a text all the time. Did i not actually send that. I have also added. Gosh i totally didn't okay new also like if you don't care about each other why are you checking for anyway. She you do that. She didn't like it. So what point are you trying to prove. We all know you don't like each other. Yeah and if you've got a voice x. Wouldn't you rather get a text message from a friend than a like. I would rather get a text for you. Yes it's going to be a great seen. Annex season guys all right still ahead hollywood's gone backlist or checking out the hot trend and deciding if we want to try it or trashes need a wardrobe refreshed. We've got you covered in this week's tuesday trends so pull out your phone scan the qr code at the bottom of your screen so you can get. These looks at home okay. Celebs haven't shown a whole lot of backside lately. Olivia culpo rosie huntington whitley include..

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"christine quinn" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"christine quinn" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Talk about a knish you that has nothing to do with the homeless or the opioid problem and that the tripling of opioid deaths during the pandemic in San Francisco Oh, God bless you for what you're doing. How? How are if I may? Yes. Before we let you go on to call when you're down there in Congress, the attitude from the other side after January 6th. I mean, I thank God there's enough of you Know patriots down there like yourself. I could stick together. But are you getting the cold shoulder? Are they being rude to you? Are they I mean, because what we see coming out of Nancy Pelosi is just nothing but pure hate and vitriol, you know? Well, you know, because of Cove it, um you know, we've been sort of segregated the sense that there hasn't been opportunity to really mix and mingle like you would normally do in a normal year s O. We strictly go in in groups to vote and leave. S so we haven't really had an opportunity. Tohno, uh, speak across party lines. Although you know what I'll say. Is people like Joe Morelli. People like Grace Manning. Carolyn Maloney. You have known them for a long time. They're good people. I think they're trying to do the right thing on. I hope there is opportunities for us to find common ground to fight for the people of New York. I've just been named to the Transportation Committee. That provincial of opportunities to support our transit system and infrastructure here and also foreign affairs. So this is very exciting committee assignments. I'm very much looking forward to serving on. But look, I think I think the this impeachment stuff doesn't help any means. I mean, you can't say you want unity only when people agree with you. It's on its way. But this, isn't it. Yeah, It's ridiculous. What happened? I don't think it goes anywhere in the Senate. The impeachment I think it gets shot down. They're not gonna have enough Republican senators to vote for correct. But it's distracting from what we actually need to do. You know, after Hurricane Sandy, you know how quickly we came together. We didn't ask Republican or Democrat. We've worked together to help people recover and rebuild. It should be the same during this pandemic. But yet because that you know the look, I want to do my part to try to move forward here and work together and that's and that's what I'll do. But I'm also gonna hold them accountable when they're doing the wrong thing and hurting my constituents. You're right now. I'm gonna be. I'm gonna be the Henry Kissinger on the radio because we're gonna have Congressman Josh Gad Hammer's going to join us and then oh, Josh, along with former Congressman Peter King, your pal with a just this gateway project. We got to get it done, Nicole. Now that you're on the transportation committee, you could get it done with Josh. I have a feeling you're gonna pull this off because Lord knows that we need it. Nicole, But let's keep up the fight. Keep up the fight. We love you. And you know what? And you don't forget your friends. People go to Washington. They forget about Joey on the radio. Thank you to call for not forgetting your friends We appreciated and and we can't wait to see in person to call. God bless you Got speed. Always great to be with you. Thanks, Joe. Thank you. Thank you to call the cold. Molly tackles. She's a star. The kid's a star. And you know what? Thanks to you, you know is she put her faith in us on the radio, and she won, and now she's doing a great job. Very, very exciting. And it's a great feel good story about New York's 11th Congressional district being represented by Congress woman Nicole Miley attacked us and we will go to the congressman Josh got high mercy will go to the other side of the aisle. Chris called me to Henry Kissinger radio. I'd be the envy Kissinger Video. That's I Am and the Kissinger of Radio alga Tula, standing by with the with the news live in local on AM by 70. The answer whose opinion passion This is. Am 97. The answer. 18 degrees at 7 37. I'm alga too low with local news First years what's going on New York City's homeless advocates calling out Mayor de Blasio after a state of the city address he touched on the topic. During his 28 minute speech, claiming fewer New Yorkers are on the streets than ever before. That wind provide shelter and supportive housing for New Yorkers with President and CEO Christine Quinn, alleging the mayor has refused to prioritize homelessness prevention during the pandemic. Quinn says the city needs to come up with solutions for families on the brink of losing their homes, especially as the pandemic forces. More New Yorkers into crisis. New Jersey's first major soundstage Open for business and Kearney Palisades stages a 23,000 square foot studio space, with President Jamie Pain, calling its size and proximity to New York City a tremendous asset. The facility is hoping to keep momentum expecting the film and television industry to continue growing in the Garden State Governor Murphy wishing Palisades stages luck Saying the ultimate goal is to build a vibrant production industry stuck in traffic video games got the answer. Thank you. Morning out. Thank you so much. Let's see what's happening right now is you take it over to the New Jersey Turnpike North bound by exit 14. It's an accident involving a tractor trailer over on the truck lanes One and nine north down, getting out throughout central. I think, Arnie and accident there as well. Alternate side parking rules are in effect. You now know where not to go. I'm Debbie Do him with Joe Piscopo am 9 70. The answer. Hey, Jo on the radio, So we're gonna make a foray down to Atlantic City of very, very excited about that. And that's the end of April. And if you're in law enforcement, I know we have so many law enforcement folks kind enough to listen to us and thank you for your service. We were just I'm so so proud to have the NYPD listening. The New Jersey state troopers, New York state troopers and all the local police departments in Jersey City on all the little towns around a jersey out in Long Island. You listen in your cop to the men and women of law enforcement. We love you, so we're very, very proud to be affiliated with law enforcement against drugs. This is great. Now it's the sixth annual 21st Century Drug and Violence Prevention training conference, and it's put on by a nick Tomorrow. My buddy former cop, and now he's the head of law enforcement against drug Great organization. When we go down there, just please from all over there's detectives from all Over this almost side, there's regular cops. There's young is old. There's a man in the women of law enforcement all convene on Atlantic City together at this lead conference. We'd love for you to be a part of it Love you to be a part of it, And I'm assuming we can get out and everything is gonna be social distancing and it's going to be OK, but it's about time we got back and we're gonna do it at the hard rock Hotel, the hard rock hotel next city, spectacular property as you know. April 25th through April 28. We will be there Broadcasting live. How about that? The 26 27 you? We want you to head the lead drugs that are they take all of the violence in the community. All of the drug and the problems in the community. We get educators. We get community leaders we get families would create programs that deter you thin adults from drug use from drug related crimes from bullying from violence. This is so Overdue and lead is doing it and it's all around the country. It's so you know, it's fun, but it's more so fun. It's it's inspiring. It's inspiring, you know. And I think I got my my Mikey is gonna do the opening night down there on stage. How cool is that? Yeah. So it's gonna be a fun time for a spectacular cause, helping the Children and the families of our communities that are stressed with drugs with violence with bullying. All right, Lee drugs dot or please, Will you go there? L e a d r U G s Lead drugs that org's sign up for the sixth annual lead conference today I on real estate, New York's longest running show on real estate answers. Everyone's questions from California to across the Atlantic in London said a little bit away from London. I'm being a huge five years..

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