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"city hall committee" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"There's a lot of support for police officers in the country. It is because there are so many police officers living in so many neighborhoods around the country that your next door. Neighbor may be a police officer. You know a police officer you church with police officer. You're engaged in the community with police officer in. Them. And so this, this broad brush that is being paid negatively of police officers is is not going to help the Democrats anywhere. In fact here in Georgia WSB WSB T. V. has the story in Atlanta a dramatic slowdown in policing in the city of Atlanta has continued for a second week or Richard Belcher a retired senior police official warns that Atlanta's poorest neighborhoods will suffer. Police are not as active Channel Two investigative reporter. Richard Belcher Cam. Cam and citywide numbers for the week before the Rashard Brooke Shooting and the week after the week when two officers were charged with Brooks, death and scores of officers called in sick, those numbers show the Atlanta Police Department made a total of fifty traffic stops last week. A one time deputy chief cold at a perfect storm that includes police frustration with City Hall Brooks's death, and the violent aftermath captured the attention of the whole country. But the drop and police activity started six days before the lethal confrontation. The trigger for the slowdown may have been when six officers taste and arrested two young people at a downtown protest. The officers were fired by the city and charged by the district attorney. A police union official says officers are worried. It's hesitation to be the next officer that's put in jail. said Vince champion with the International Brotherhood of police officers for the two weeks in question Atlanta police officers made nearly one thousand one hundred arrests citywide last year this year three hundred. Hundred ten arrests were made during this period down seventy two percent arrests for narcotics were down. Ninety five percent police did not make a single narcotics arrest last week. Traffic stops her down eighty eight weeks for the two week period year to year. Police may just fifty stops all of last week. It's just the perfect storm for impacting police services at Lou Arkan Jelly, who spent twenty nine years with the Atlanta, department four as a deputy police chief. Basics have been discarded. He said because of the special interest in special needs of these riots. Are Arcangeli are Angeli alerted belcher to the extraordinary shapes this week. To City Hall Committee Meeting. Councilwoman or councilmen ask the police chief. Why can't we get that body out of the street? I was just notified that there is there is a young man that has been shot and killed at three seventy seven Westchester Boulevard if you could get a unit out there, he's been on the ground. There's no police to come to. He's already dead. Poorer neighborhoods are the hardest hit according to Arken Jelly. You're seriously impacted, and you don't have your good beat. Cops in contact with your law abiding citizens, and that's what we've lost. In the last three weeks compared to last year, shooting arrests tripled last week, and the number of shooting victims almost quadrupled. Serious domestic crimes have risen by fifty seven percent. The mayor's office in Atlanta has declined to react to the story. This is not a good issue for the Democrats. If the police stay home because they're being blamed. If there is a crimewave. This is GonNa hurt the Democrats. This gets to senator. Tim Scott's point the Democrat run cities. Could have implemented police reform if they wanted to. And they chose not to. Instead now they're treating the police's bad guys in Detroit Atlanta Minneapolis. Los Angeles Philadelphia. All these cities could have banjo. Kohl's themselves. They increase the police reporting. Themselves could have more data information themselves. They have deescalation training themselves. They can have duty intervened. Minneapolis as well. All these communities have been run by Democrats.
"city hall committee" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Six million in may I converse were expecting a decline of more than eight million ADP pegs twenty two point six million job cuts since March CBS news meteorologist jeopardy Delhi's got his side today on tropical storm crystal ball in the Gulf of Mexico the storm is producing life threatening flooding in Central America were easily over two feet of rain is gonna fall in some locations now the storm's going to meander for a couple of days and then eventually make a northward track reports say president trump plans to bar Chinese airlines from flying to the U. S. starting later this month the Dow is up three fifty this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app downloaded today a local number one station news radio nine fifty WG good morning thank you for joining us on this Wednesday it is June third twenty twenty I broke Allen for WWJ newsradio nine fifty four measures summer the rest of the day we could see another shower thunderstorm later this afternoon this evening the high in the upper eighties complete accu weather five day coming up right now mostly cloudy eighty two degrees at Detroit city airport WWJ news time eleven oh three Detroit's top corporate leaders stepping forward to speak out against racism this morning at downtown Detroit more live in local from WW JZ Ron do we run and brought quicken loans CEO Jay Farner among the nine corporate leaders this morning at city hall committee to action with their presence in downtown Detroit including reviewing their relationship with Detroit police so that we can convey concerns exchange.
"city hall committee" Discussed on WWL
"Set fire to a Minnesota police precincts during a third night of demonstrations over the death of George Floyd when we were setting fires that we were burned out buildings all you said it's just everything takes time all the time mayor Jacob Frye more than a few fires that our firefighters had to put out there were more than a few incidents of looting that our officers had to attend to we are doing absolutely everything that we can to keep the peace CNN reporter Omar Jimenez and his crew were taken into custody on live TV today on her house okay hello I am under pressure CNN says police claimed they were ally move but didn't Twitter flagged a tweet from president trump today for glorifying violence he called protesters thugs and warned more looting will lead to more shooting Mr trump has just slammed Twitter in a new tweet CBS news update I'm Deborah Rodriguez new information in the case of a Jefferson parish sheriff's deputy shooting and killing a suspect on the west bank this week the shooting happened Wednesday night Marrero investigators say thirty five year old Modesto raise pointed a gun at the deputy following a car and foot chase now according to nola dot com video recorded by a camera attached to a deputy stun gun captured the moment ray as was fatally shot by another deputy at the scene however you cannot see in that video if ray as it did lift his arm like deputies have said he did but you could see right after the death that ray has had a gun in his hand W. W. L. T. V.'s Leslie spoon ray as was inside the hard rock hotel construction site when it partially collapsed in October recovery of the remains of two workers killed in that collapse is set to begin soon addressing a city hall committee structural engineer Walters center described in detail how the recovery effort will take place from talking to the fire rescue guys on site they think it's going to take just a few hours for them to go in and they'll be lifted into the air on markets on the crane so it's not like they're going to be walking up to the building Xander says that'll happen in the next few weeks after crews removed the rubble covering the two dead man the partial collapse happened in October I built a lead concealed weapon permit holders to bring guns into churches in Louisiana has passed out of a Senate committee and is now awaiting a full Senate vote to decide if the legislation goes to the governor's desk W. W. Wells Matt Doyle meanwhile tells us three other bills are going to the governor one of them if sign creates a fall ballot question asking voters if they would like sports betting be legalized in their parish batteries ever Kaman Henry says this may help make full legalization easier to pass next year so we allowed our constituents itself which way they think we should we should go another bill removes those restrictions on what conditions doctors can prescribe medical marijuana to patients for new Iberia center Fred mills though says it's not an effort to legalize recreational pot this is a separate issue totally it's it's strictly a medicinal issue and finally legislation is headed to the governor's desk that would create a three hundred million dollar grant program for small businesses the money will be drawn from an eight hundred million dollar cares act payment center Louisiana Orleans represented Gary Carter says this money was supposed to help save local governments though it reduces the amount that's that's let eligible to go to the local municipal parishes from eight hundred to eleven million dollars down to five hundred eleven million dollars but proponents say the funding for the grants is necessary because they'll say businesses with fewer than fifty employees who did not receive federal benefits the regular session of the Louisiana legislature ends on Monday.
"city hall committee" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Sales tax like maybe yeah they're going to discuss in Cincinnati city hall today just what kind of improvements they could make to roads and bridges if voters would approve sales tax hike next year in Hamilton County the the issue is being termed issue twenty two right now and it sounds like it will fund bus transportation improvements as well as infrastructure improvements if the voters in March of next year would say yes there's over two billion dollars P. G. sitting felt tweets this morning in needs for projects that need to get going need some funding like the western hills by like and I guess still try and prioritize those projects at city hall committee meetings this afternoon all right coming up on news seven thirty we'll talk about the end of the broadcast career Marty Brennaman hell the Reds will be remembering this week more fifteen minutes newsradio seven W. other. but to New York this time with a B. C.'s Karen Travers hanging out with the Prez good morning are you good morning welcome back thank you so the president's gonna be speaking of the U. N. today and he will seize the opportunity to point the finger of blame at Iran for the attacks in Saudi Arabia yeah you know it's been striking that we have gotten a lot of details about what the president's going to talk about today usually there's a big preview ahead of the speech of the U. and it's the centerpiece of his time up here at the United Nations General Assembly but the White House hasn't given on the details of the president's given a little bit of a preview and he said that Iran will be a big part of his speech and yesterday the president said a lot more is happening with respect to Iran than people realize now is that a tease for some announcement I we don't know we'll see later this morning but the president certainly trying to spin in his way the the maximum pressure campaign that the administration is doing on a run because there's a lot of criticism right now on Capitol Hill from his own party to that this is not working that the sanctions had not rained Iran and that Iran has not changed their behavior and perhaps have gotten more bold and brazen with some of the attacks in recent months course the attack on the oil facility in Saudi Arabia last weekend but at the same time the same members of Congress are saying they don't want a military strike either so trying to figure out what it is it's a deterrent and send this message of strength without going down that military path well are there any other screws to tighten it you know they'll say the administration will say yes they could keep tightening the sanctions screws they could be you know choke the entire a runny and economy last week we heard that there were gonna be sanctions on Iran's National Bank you know saying this is going all the way up and this was a big step and then at the end of the week the administration said they were sending the air defense missile system to Saudi Arabia and some troops as a show of force in a way to say we got their back and we're going to help them it prevents any future attacks. and though they're in a tough spot the president does neo had some very strong rhetoric in the last year but I also that was interesting yesterday remember that meeting with Rouhani that was maybe going to happen yeah we we rolled out well the president yesterday kept saying you know he's flexible never say never despite the fact that it's not on his schedule we'll see what happens the next day and a half is Ronnie in New York he is. we know the president likes those surprise you go we'll see but I you know I think the one thing is his striking is that the Iranians have said we're not playing your game you know we're not doing a meeting just a you get a photo op we want something to actually happen and we want relief from sanctions that is not going to happen this week right but I got covered we'll touch base tomorrow thanks for the regulars you to seventeen right now seven under WLW and my friends a genesis diamonds right over my shoulder in fact you may know are a leader a disruptor always ahead of the curve coming up with new ways to stay years ahead of the competition and it really comes down to the quality of the rings and in particular Donna's genesis the nation's largest dealer Gee I a certified diamonds and live note they don't compromise you can buy a total confidence because you can't beat the prices no middle man and save you a lot of money and then a more decent guarantees you can't be that either it takes all the.
"city hall committee" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Lower wages, and frankly, lawless chaos. But by the way, I believe I read I might be mistaken, but I think lawless chaos is in fact coming second. Allah, palooza lawless chaos. Right. Double check on back to you, sir. We up proposing an immigration plan that puts the jobs wages and safety of American workers. I. And that was Mike Pence and extended family there with Iran applause. I'm just kidding. But a lot of what he said, makes sense, merit-based immigration who can disagree with that. I mean, honestly, if a Dopp did our plan will transform America's immigration system into the pride of our nation and the envy of the modern world. Now you can tell he's reading off the prompter there, but that makes a lot of sense to who can disagree with that. Let's, let's play that one again. If Dopp did our plan will transform America's immigration system into the pride of our nation and the envy of the modern world. It's hard to disappear that honestly, but then again here you go. Now, again, the president, maybe I'm wrong, but it sounds like this next statement may be just a bit of an exaggeration, our plan will change the law to stop the flood of child smuggling and to humanely reunite unaccompanied children with their families. Back home and rapidly. Soon as possible. I don't know if it's child smuggling, there's an awful lot of families, including a lot of young children coming across the border right on you must secure the border. You have to secure the border. Now this sounds like my insurance company. Mr President, our nation has a proud history of affording protection to those fleeting government persecutions on fortunately legitimate asylum seekers are being displaced by those lodging frivolous. Claims these frivolous claims to game admission into our country. Now back to the, the medical world, the medical industrial complex may argue my insurance company constantly. I said, I didn't ask for this test is that may request is test. My, the my doctor always sends me a specialist. And if I don't go to the specialist, you stop paying, so please with the frivolous claims that me it's you. Back to you. Mr President, here is the one, I like to call the money clip of the day. Merit-based immigration makes sense to immigrants joining us tomorrow. And we want immigrants coming in we cherish the open door that we want to create for our country. But a big proportion of those immigrants must come in through merit and skill. Caroline. That sounds like something we can all agree on the Democrats gonna take their heels in this is all about twenty twenty make no mistake. And here he is once again, inserting just a little bit of politics into this. If for some reason possibly political. We can't get the Democrats to approve this merit based, high security plan. Then we will get it approved immediately after the election when we take back the house. Keep the Senate. And of course, the presidency. Well, good luck with that, sir. We'll see how it all works out. But that a lot of what he said today, regarding immigration made sense. In my opinion, three one two five nine one eighty nine hundred. Do you think that it's time to double down on dibs, dibs? We, we call dibs here in Chicago, during those snow days, you can put your junk out in front your house in a reserve your spot. There's another major city that has actually doubling down on dips. I'm not sure it's a good idea. I'll get to them. We were talking with a mic. A donkey just a few minutes ago about the flush funds that are part of the city hall committee, and subcommittee budgets, and you really should look at this piece that he, he wrote. In fact, Mallory, can I impose a tweet that out under the double the Twitter feed in the now re tweeted under John Howell WLS, because if you have the time and the inclination, I suggest you read this, because it really gets inside has he said, the Byzantine world of budgets, over there at city hall county SP just as bad? But a lot of you texted in saying that why do we want to get rid of all dramatic privilege? If in fact, if in fact, the corruption begins, there, I missed Fraser, why don't we make a Lori Lightfoot give rid of automatic privilege because of the slush funds that are there available to most of the alderman, especially the committee, chairs and the sun times, actually wrote a Royal today, saying the exact same thing. Don't back off mayor elect in ending alderman, perogatives. She called it or they call it. And this is the reason why they listed all of the alderman in what we call the modern era that have fell a little short. We caught with their hand in the cookie jar. Do you remember these names, a drum roll, please or maybe the Sasha my work here as well? Why do we think Chicago's patients with automatic prerogative is finally run out, because alderman Cochran pleaded guilty in March because alderman Burke was indicted in January, because you alderman William beavers was convicted in twenty thirteen because alderman Ike Carruthers pleaded guilty in twenty eleven because alderman Troutman pleaded guilty in two thousand and eight. Now this shortlists up do you remember, these names, Harry Gyles nineteen ninety nine Virgil Jones nineteen ninety eight by the way. Pause music dishes. Second. That Virgil Jones was an alderman, here in town, not to be confused with the excellent New York jazz trumpet player and studio. Stalwart Virgil Jones, different guy. I think role. Remember Larry bloom pleaded guilty in nineteen ninety eight I'd forgotten about a few of these guys. Jesse Evans nineteen Ninety-seven Joseph Martinez nineteen Ninety-seven alderman, Allen street nineteen Ninety-six alderman, Ambrose, y'all than drano nineteen Ninety-six. Here's a big alderman, Fred Roti council role was at the name of the restaurant where you had number one, and so did the FBI oops. Alderman marian. Huhne's. I think that was virtually Jones right there. That is great Virgil Jones, right there.
"city hall committee" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"To be above the law, and he cannot dictate to us what we look into what we don't look into TBS. Paula Reed says there may not be much congress could do to people who ignore subpoenas civil options that would be something that would go straight to the courts. But even if a judge finds you in content, you're just paying a fine. And I would imagine there are a lot of Republican donors or other volunteers who might be willing to pay. Those fines house oversight committee member. Gerry Connolly says the president's actions have already triggered a concoct staticial crisis. CBS news update, I'm Pam Coulter continues at seven thirty two. Prosecutors have filed murder and other charges against the parents of a crystal lake boy last Thursday, the parents have five year old AJ Franco police reported missing diamond say they didn't believe he'd been kidnapped. But crystal lake police chief, James Lexus things began to change there's morning overnight hours. Investigators with Chris like police department and the FBI interviewed both the mother JoAnne Cunningham and the father, Andrew friend senior. After information was obtained through forensic analysis. A cell phone data. Believed to be age as body this morning in a shallow grave near Woodstock. Members of a city hall committee today gave limit area to a resolution urging leaders in the state to step up their oversight of a controversial land expensive rebuilding project by people's guests city council hearing on the peoples gas program to replace aging gas pipes kief utility spokeswoman Denise Shahal said the company and its new managers or upgrading more than two thousand miles of pipes for safety reasons. There is an explosion outside.
"city hall committee" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
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"city hall committee" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Radio. Good evening. I'm Frank Traynor. Sharon day Howard is at the editor's desk. Three things to know. Eight fifteen the first pigskins in politics. The president was in town for the army navy game before that grander chief bald inaudible. They sacked his chief of staff John Kelly, number three multi million dollar grant. From the department of transportation will give thirtieth street station of facelift, it should be completed in two years as we hear from KYW's, Paul Kurtz. Fifteen million dollar department of transportation grant will add to an existing twenty two million dollars pool of funds. Septa has set aside for a variety of projects at thirtieth street instructions should start in two thousand nineteen it'll probably take us about a year and a half to two years to finish at the general manager. Jeff can apple says street level improvements will include the construction of a glass head house and canopy new stairs. And a new ramp. The mezzanine area will be expanded to improve access to the market Frankford line and new escalators and elevators will be installed to accommodate the increase in ridership. That's expected to come with the development of the big school kill yards project next door at Drexel University. You've got a lot of things going on at this location. That right now Drexel square is being built there. So we just want to. Keep up, and we want to make sure that we can support economic growth on Paul Kurtz, KYW NewsRadio. What the wind sound like on Mars. Well, ten days after touchdown new probe sent back. This NASA calls this an unplanned treat. Vibrations from winds estimated to be blowing at between ten and fifteen miles an hour on the surface of Mars, a couple of very sensitive sensors, one taking readings of air pressure and the other assize monitor sitting on the deck of the spacecraft act like what one science team member calls a giant ear, the Lander solar panels responding to pressure fluctuations. Tom pike likens to the insight cupping it's years and hearing the Mars wind beating on it. I'm Jan Johnson. It's eight seventeen. Let's talk about Philadelphia politics city hall committee this week advanced a Bill that will sell off the old providence insurance building located Forty-six and market streets. But that doesn't mean they're happy about the building was supposed to become the new police headquarters until the city. Change course picked a new location and then sold it off. And took a bath KYW city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb, former mayor nutter bought the building for four million dollars spent about fifty million renovating it then mayor Kenney decided to put the headquarters in the old Enquirer building and sell the west Philadelphia property after a bidding process, the price was set at ten million dollars a price that councilman Alan Dom question we have comps that ranged from one hundred twenty dollars a.
"city hall committee" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Seven zero three gets involved in. The conversation a quick update on the national. Breaking news so we have Manafort Trump former campaign chairman who was convicted of eight out of. Eighteen counts they've been announced what eight counts he's been, convicted on but once, they do I will convey that information. To you also Trump's former, personal attorney Michael Cohen has taken a plea. Deal today Cohen agreed to plead guilty on Tuesday to eight counts to both. Of them got eight, counts metaphor get, eight counts. Convicted Cohen pled to eight counts, of pets fraud accessible, campaign contributions making false statements to financial institution and also unlawful corporate contributions at. A court hearing in. New York the big issue will both, of these neither them turned on or testified against Trump gave. Him formation Cohen did say that as part of the hundred and thirty thousand dollar payment to porn star stormy Daniels yes. We now talk about porn stars in politics that's just the thing now so get used to it That was at the direction of Trump that does not have anything to. Do with the investigation into Russian meddling. That is a. Separate issue and therefore is not really turning on Trump some people, said, that count is turning it wasn't turning he. Apparently Cohen didn't want to. Do fifty months in prison And that's why he made the deal what's their -ticipant and. We'll have jail time for him but, it won't be fifty months so that's the update will continue updating you as information comes in still joining us in studio city council president miss Felicia more how're you doing I'm doing great. Art so earlier you mentioned the the news coming out of the city. The idea of closing the city jail. The city of. Atlanta jail Agila have spent multiple nights in don't ask why And her in selling it in them contributing that money towards, other causes as plain how this will work for the, people who just kind of saw. The headline have questions well first of all we know that the, issue of the and whether it would be, closer stay open. Has been a? Perennial one escon on. Through maybe a couple of ministrations Fulton County has always had an. Interest in it and probably still has, an interest in it and so what would happen is we sell that Gail The, details of the employee's and all that other stuff would have to be worked out but that will be the, proceeds from the sale of the asset but then the other part is we spend. Thirty million plus dollars annually in our budget to operate the jail and so. The question will, be so what do you do with the money, from the proceeds and what do you do with the thirty. Million dollars annual savings people have different ideas from social services to funding, police officers because you know we had that, big report came out and said that we're woefully under funding the salaries for our police. Officers, and we are, woefully ended the number that we need to do the streets of that's going to be a conversation if in fact we're able to sell it so just logistically how would it work for people who are arrested Atlanta charged with misdemeanor charges who are. Prior to facing trial if there's no city of Atlanta Jail what happens to those individuals, and those details would have to be worked out I would assume. That either they would be on state charges which would allow them to be in Fulton County jail or the. City may come up with some, agreement for so many sales or so many bids for missing meteorology Mr. meaner okay and and also on that on that point? One of the biggest issues always what the city of Atlanta jail was that, it was a defect to a homeless shelter that's really what deceive Atlanta jail turned into because frankly if it's, winter and it's cold outside and I have a choice between sleeping in a box. Or stealing from gum and going to spend a nice hot weekend in jail. With three meals, and television and medical care and those sorts of, things I'm gonna go to jail so what is the plan. To ameliorate the issues of homeless People who now you Fulton County jail the fat till as a shelter well they'll have to find somewhere else to go and actually, you know we had the elimination of the cash bail. So that has sort of we do so population right there I don't know you know we didn't. Have, a plan in this is me talking I don't think we had a good plan of. Action when we close Peachtree and pine and we now. See the results of that and I don't know if we'll have a good plan. For the jail now some people plans or ideas are to make the jail facility where homeless can be house so that's one of many ideas that are out there. There's there's no clear proposal direction as to what would happen in all those details I just know, I just came from a meeting and a mayor as executive staff person said that the mayor is committed to closing the jail or selling the jail but beyond that with the money we go and all those other details are still to be determined or will there. Be, opportunity for community input or community meetings to. Comment on, it or, to have our distaste holders will be part of it actually at this past council meeting which was yesterday Council member Moorland passed a piece of legislation and a headed regarding the jail wanting to have community stakeholder input and and Ideas about how they think the assets should be so there's a resolution stating that that's what they wanna do and so that will be coming up next week at. The public safety committee at three o'clock at city hall committee room to committee room one. And so. Effect passes I'm, sure they'll have to come, up with a mechanism to get some more stakeholder implant all right I for me I think if done correctly this could be a transformative event for the city that if if there's a plan of action to reallocate the proceeds to the community, also to deal the homeless population also to deal with the the. Bond situation where. You know city of Atlanta Jill, just turns into kind of holding facility where people get lost it. Could transform the city is a great idea and I hope that we're. Able to as, community be involved. In it would try to hit a phone call before we go to break we have Sharon all my one Sharon Guy In the. Room so some good points I totally agree. Hello mich- more attorney Just calling to thank you. For bringing up. The. Point the confederacy Statues in answering the question set your attorney just asking you know, my personal personal feelings on that is that you agree with that then you should do Maybe erect replica in your front yard at the beginning, of your talk Asian subdivision, or something, like that because personally I won't live on any street that has, the word plantation on On it By, the way where is big mouth run He calls in baggers all other radio personalities, about questioning more on me Oh that's what you mean For your free All right thanks. For your call Sharon Well you know it's interesting because I had this argument some people a couple of years ago where they said we need, to get rid of the confederate monuments and we had some concerns a. Confederate veterans on to talk about all look if you. Don't want to get rid of it let's put some context around, it so you can. Keep confederate avenue but then. Intersecting wolf it should be slave avenue and then all along slave news should be pictures and artifacts detailing. The horrors of slavery. Because of you wanna venerate the confederacy let's venerate our ancestors to who the confederacy was subjugating big. It, real quiet when you say that yeah and I just wanted to make the point that. The people and this is ingrained part I'm primarily. They're why they're the ones who save we, don't want to live out confederate avenue so they're really Saudi driving. The. Conversation on that street thing change right we'll, be back after the break, calling four four eight nine two. Two seven zero three news. And talk. Thirteen eighty w. a.. Okay I'm I'm Nate Kayla, I'm Chris And we're.
"city hall committee" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Nine two seven zero for gets involved in. The conversation a quick update on the national. Breaking news so we have Manafort Trump former campaign chairman who was convicted of eight out of. Eighteen counts they've been announced what eight counts he's been, convicted on but once they do will convey that information to you also Trump former. Personal attorney Michael Cohen has taken a plea. Deal today Cohen agreed to plead guilty on Tuesday to eight counts to both. Of them got, eight counts Manfred, eight counts. Convicted Cohen pled to eight counts, of pets fraud accessible, campaign contributions making false statements to financial institution and also unlawful corporate contributions at a court hearing in. New York the big issue with both of these that neither of them turned on or testified against Trump gave. Him formation Cohen did say that as part of the hundred and thirty thousand dollar payment to porn star stormy day Daniels. Yes we now talk about porn stars in politics that's just the thing now so get used to it That was at the direction of Trump that does not have anything to. Do with the investigation into Russian meddling. That is a. Separate issue and therefore is not really turning on Trump some people, said, that counted as turning it wasn't turning he. Apparently Cohen didn't want to. Do fifty months in prison And that's why he made the deal what's their -ticipant and. We'll have jail time for him but, it won't be fifty months plus the update will continue updating you as information comes in still joining us in studio city council president miss Felicia more how are you doing I'm doing great. Or so earlier you mentioned the the news coming out of the city. The idea of closing the city jail. The city of. Atlanta jail Agila have spent multiple nights in don't ask why And her in selling it in them contributing that money towards, other causes so explain how this would work for the, people who just kind of saw. The headline have questions well first of all we know that, the issue of the jail and whether it, would be closer. Stay open has been? Perennial one escon on through maybe a couple of ministrations Fulton County has always had an. Interest in it and probably still has, an interest in it and so what would happen is we sell that Gail The details of employees and all that other stuff would have to be worked out but that will be, the proceeds from the sale of the asset but then the other part is. We spend thirty million plus dollars annually in our budget to operate the jail and. So the question, will be so what do you do with the, money from the proceeds and what do you do with the, thirty million dollars annual savings people have different ideas from social services, to funding police officers because you. Know we had that big report came out and said that we're woefully under funding the salaries for. Police, officers and we, are woefully ended the number that we need to do the street so that's going to be a conversation if in fact we're able to sell it so just logistically how would it work for people who are arrested Atlanta charged with misdemeanor charges who. Are prior to facing trial if there's no city of Atlanta jail what happens to those individuals and those are details that would have to. Be worked out, I would assume that either they would be on, state charges which would allow them to be in Fulton County. Jail or the city may Come up with some. Agreement for so many sales or so many bids for, missing misdemeanor, misdemeanor offenses okay and and also on, that on that point one of the biggest issues always with the city of Atlanta jail was that it was a defacto homeless shelter that's really what the city of Atlanta jail turned, into because frankly if it's winter and it's cold outside. And I have a choice between sleeping in a box or stealing from gum in going to spend a nice hot weekend in the jail? With, three meals and television and medical care, and those, sorts of, things I'm gonna go to jail so what is the, plan to ameliorate the issues of homeless people who now use the Fulton County jail the. Fat till as a shelter well they'll have to find somewhere, else to and actually you know we had the elimination of the cash bail So that, has sort, of reduce, the population right there so I don't know You know we didn't have a plan in this is me talking I don't, think we had a good plan of action. When we close Peachtree and pine and we now see the results of. That and I don't know if we'll have a good plan for the jail now some. People plans ideas are to make the jail facility where. Homeless can be house so that's one of many ideas that are out there there's. There's no clear proposal direction as to what would happen in all those details I just know I just came from a meeting and a mayor as executive staff person. Said that the mayor is committed to closing the jail or selling the jail but beyond that with, the money we go and all those other details are still to be determined or will there be opportunity for community input or community meetings to comment on it or to have our stakeholders, will be part of it actually at this past council. Meeting which was yesterday Council member Moorland passed a piece of legislation and a headed regarding the jail wanting to have community stakeholder input and and Ideas about how they think the assets should be so there's a resolution stating that that's what they wanna do and so that will be coming up next week at. The public safety committee at three o'clock in city hall committee room to committee room one. And so affect, passes I'm sure they'll have, to come up with a mechanism to get some more stakeholder implant I for me I think if done correctly this could be a transformative event for the city that if if there's a plan of action to reallocate the proceeds to the community also to deal the homeless population also to deal with the. The bond situation. Where the city of Atlanta Jill, just turns into kind of holding facility where people get lost it could transform. The city is a great idea and I hope that we're able to. As a, community, be involved in. It let's try to hit a phone call before we go to a break we have Sharon all my one Sharon Guy In the. Room so good points I totally agree Just calling to thank you for bringing. Up the point The confederacy sensors in answering the question that you Attorney just asking you know my personal personal feelings on that is that is you Agree with that then you should do Maybe a Rick Replica in your, front yard again how Cajun subdivision or something like, that because personally I won't live on any street that has the word plantation on. It or anything Plantation Where is big mouth Calls and badges all other radio personalities about questioning more dominant That's what you need So you're free All right thanks. For, your call Sharon Well you know it's interesting because I had this argument some people a couple of years ago where they said we need, to get rid of the confederate monuments and we had some concerns a confederate. Veterans on to talk about as all look if you. Don't want to get rid of it let's put some context around, it so you can. Keep confederate avenue but then intercepting wolf it should be slave avenue and then all along slave avenues should be pictures and artifacts detailing the horrors of slavery because. Of you want to venerate the confederacy let's venerate our. Ancestors to who the. Confederacy was subjugating they. Get real quiet when you say that I just wanna to make the point that. The people and this is ingrained part I am primarily. They're why they're the ones who save. We don't wanna live on confederate avenue so they're really Saudi driving. The. Conversation on that street thing change right we'll, be back after the break, calling four four eight nine two. Two seven zero three news. And talk. Thirteen eighty w. a.. Okay I'm Tom Kayla I'm Chris The. New school from. Peach Chris Bosnian Fifty four zero four eight nine two two seven zero three on. News. Talk thirteen eighty w a-ok breaking, news sports weather From. 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