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"city monica" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Six. Let's the worst thing about your city. Like zach wilson's new to the area new jersey. So if you're from new jersey and you like him you'll want to give him forewarning laker. Listen the traffic here. It's just just deal with a very aggressive drivers in the worst thing about your city. Monica earlier you mentioned. You're from the dc area. I'd like to amend mine though. Because i taurus or somewhere where you were but if you were moving to dc. Now i would tell you to watch out for this case because it's year seventeen. They're back there insane. they're large. They're stupid they fly into you. Then you step on them and they crunch and your dog might eat them so if you were moving there now i'd be like the and they're just so dumb like joys all in like they're just now you gotta let me note that is holding the next thing you show me every seventeen years. I was in high school last time this happened. They just erupt from the ground in maryland. Dc virginia region. And they're like everywhere there it's gross. They're everywhere can you said though that everybody in la is somebody everybody somebody that you're wanting to somebody. I'm moving to la to let somebody go sit off go to studio city. Pass a star books. They're sitting out there reading their scripts. The embiid i'm not. I'm not you know everybody is somebody that's the case. They're all over the place they come out of this Crunchy stay on. Yeah everybody's somebody right. It's it's either producer or director. The manager of the producer director the agent the assistant to the producer director agent to management. I could get you into the club. I don't worry you won't restaurant seats not a problem. Gimme number why hailing insurance though. I thought your assistant director to everybody. And the thing is is i'm from born in raid so i see them all away. People that are green that come out there chasing the dream. They swallowed up. Hey everybody somebody. Here's a question. did you meet anybody. That was chasing a dream. That has caught it since you're native. Meet somebody that came out there to be somebody and they now are somebody cocoa. I cup happens. It could happen but they still every like literally i know. Everybody's biking believable. As you mentioned before. Monica for me i just. I would warn everybody when they come to new york. I'll listen we're all we're all out of ten. It's not about you. it's not your fault. we're not mad at you. Were all just add a ten. And that's just that's certainly is just where it is shown jay zubin presented by progressive insurance alanon and monica mcnutt with key. Today.
"city monica" Discussed on 710 WOR
"We know how this virus behaves in human beings, which we didn't back in early March, and we also now have great therapeutics and vaccines literally right around the corner Within the space of a couple of weeks here, we're going to start vaccinations. So our lockdown lockdown are no longer the pressing kind of issue. That they were back in the early spring. Hey, what are we gonna do here in New York City? Monica Crowley. You know, I think like 500,000 people have left when we get to next year. We're not gonna have enough tax revenue. What do you think federal bailout of some kind? Well, you know, the Democratic governors and mayors off these blue cities and states have been begging the federal government for bill out, and it's not just because of covert related expenses that have been ah, huge draw down on these thieves, state and local budgets. By the way in the original care, sacked mark, we had $150 billion in there. For state and local governments for covert related expenses. Democrats in Congress came back and wanted a trillion more to bail out all these states, their pension plans and everything else Non Co vered related, and president Trump said. Absolutely not. We're not going to be in the business of doing that. If you physically mismanaged yourselves for decades, we're not gonna Bill Yeah, we're not gonna have taxpayers and Arkansas and Oklahoma bailout New York state Because Governor Cuomo and his predecessor screwed up the state. That is absolutely the correct policy prescription for that, But you are correct that was high taxes and lockdown and an unbelievable regulations. People are leaving blue cities and blue states in droves. And that means that the large part of the tax base is going with them. I just hope that they don't take their politics into red states and continue to vote for for the disaster that they just fled. Well, that's a good point, and it should be pointed out any time is a bailout. Even what they're talking about now, Annie Bail out any stimulus bill. That's the problem because you're talking about Congress, men and women, and they've all got somebody need to do a favor for somebody's got to be included on. That's the problem, right? They pad the bill with all kinds of pork in there. So what we did, but that's been the problem since time immemorial that did not start with this Congress. Although it continues with this Congress. Sure, you know your elected to office, You're elected to delivery for your constituents, and you know it's easy to spend money. That's not yours. Right. It's easy to spend other people's money. But this is why you get massive deficits. And yet you get into two big holes. And, of course, once you start programs, very difficulty. Oh, take them back as President Nixon used to say so, we you know where President Trump has tried valiantly over the last four years to rein in certain parts of the government and make it Um it make it easier to fire people in the federal government who are not performing and things he is really tried, and he's done a good job. But when it came to the coup vid War. He said. Look, we're in a war. We've got to spend whatever it will take tea. Be victorious in this war, and we've seen the operation. Warp speed with viral with the vaccine for the virus is Which has been extraordinary. He's taken a whole private sector approach to the presidency for the last four years and has done an incredible job. I could tell you mark being in the federal government trying to move the federal government on anything is like trying to move a warship in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. It takes a long time and a lot of effort. This president came in with a private sector approach and was able to respond to this crisis in the whole area in in a whole bunch of areas in record time. That is a huge accomplishment in the Corona virus. We're at the end. Now The vaccine is coming with the beginning of the end, and Monica Crowley great work. She's the assistant secretary for public affairs. U S Treasury. Also, make sure you follow her on Twitter. And Instagram. Monica Crowley. Thanks for being and parlor too. Don't forget where I forgot. Yeah, Follow me. Follow. Yes, I just joined parlor at Monica Crowley and on Instagram at Monica Crowley underscore Parlor is the hot new version of Twitter. Much better parlor P A. R L E R Monica Crowley. Thanks for being with US. Always a pleasure, Mark. Thanks. All right, take care. O and everybody check out the Web page. You got some great stuff up there. Hey, baby, it's cold outside. Here's the new version of the song. You'll love this. Coronavirus version who also watched this Donald Trump starring in Goodfellas, It's all up on the Web page, Go to 7 10. W o r dot com slash marks. 7 10 w o r dot com slash mark You.
"city monica" Discussed on Curious City
"Thanks kate mcgee for that reporting and thanks to the whole. Wbz education team for making this series possible and speaking of thank yous week curious cities monica ing check back with several question nascar's and some of the experts who've helped answer your questions and she asked them what they're grateful for this thanksgiving that's next and we're back. I'm curious city reporter monica. Hang and it has been a tough year but here curiousity. We've gotten through it because of you our listeners and the experts that help answer your questions today. We're checking back in with a bunch of people we've met this year and asking them something. You might have heard around the thanksgiving table. So can you tell me. What are you thankful for this year. I thought about this a couple of days ago. And i had a few good things and now i should have written down i talked to own. Pushed gardner extraordinaire nicole. Virgil she's been fighting to legalize backyard hoop houses in illinois which can grow veggies well into the winter. It hasn't happened yet but she says there's still plenty to be thankful for this here. Okay i remember okay. So we are still eating potatoes and leeks and That makes potato leek suit and sell potatoes with leaks. So i'm really grateful for the abundance bouncy this year next up we checked in with ricardo sermon. He and his wife marcella had twin boys this year and they asked us about the safety of family. Visits during the pandemic marcella appreciates the warm fall weather but allowed family and friends to visit outdoors and ricardo appreciates their help the india for us either through texts Video chad or dropping off chocolate chip cookies. Father and son. Chris and evan robinson asked us last spring. Why chicago has so many thai restaurants fifteen year. Old is a big foodie and when he's not remote learning you can probably find him cooking. Thankful that me and my family have been able to just have funded the kitchen To experiment and try different things that we wouldn't have had time to do otherwise he's dead. Chris says he's glad his two other kids away at college are staying healthy. This fall manage to keep themselves safe and secure. And it's very tempting to not but they've done a very good job of that we talk to dorian sylvain about plywood murals earlier this year and these days the mural list is thankful for fellow artists. We have all been looking out for each other in these crazy cova times. She's also grateful for support local artists from the hyde park art center. Miguel blunk our junior leads. A team called core that does community cova testing in little village. He's grateful staff and says thanksgiving is his favorite holiday. And unfortunately this year. I i live alone. I'm single so i'll spend it alone More likely than not working actually. Yes working In addressing this pandemic Because even over the weekends and evenings You know word for me doesn't stop. Finally we talked with bella gandhi. She's the founder of chicago smart dating academy and she helped us on virtual dating story this year. Bella has found a silver lining to remote romance drink. Cova times people are more able to get to know each other on a granular level. It almost goes back to old school courtship versus thinking on.
"city monica" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"B. C.'s Ryan burrow is there let's talk to so far they wanted to come here they felt it was right they're satisfied many of them with the charges that have been leveled against the four police officers and they're ready to begin this healing process which will start today with this memorial service as he said to be laid to rest in Minnesota today memorials for Floyd to being staged in virtually every major city Monica Gatling is among mourners in Brooklyn New York this moment is different than the strong since the change coming I think the voices are now being heard that we're not gonna take it any longer we all we human beings will be laid out in the street back in Minneapolis the Floyd Memorial continues among those speaking today the Reverend al Sharpton and Benjamin Crump the civil rights lawyer representing the Floyd family Dave Packer ABC news the ACLU is filing suit against Los Angeles over its curfew it it's a lawsuit against the city and county of Los Angeles the ACLU claims are curfews in place for the past week or so been draconian violations of the first amendment by suppressing all political protest at night the city and county say they've been necessary for calm and the curfews are working to stop overnight looting that we seen late last week as ABC's Alex stone inequality for people of color is one of the main themes of demonstrations across the country the state of Oregon now taking steps to change that Oregon health authority director Patrick Allen says they are increasing testing for covered nineteen cents communities of color are affected to a higher degree we are expanding our testing criteria today to a symptomatic individuals those who don't have covered nineteen symptoms Korean populations historically underserved buyer health systems Allen says are also requiring counties to have contact racers who can speak languages of the people in the community and they're working on having counselors who can help ease worry and distress about health and economic impacts of covert nineteen fire destroyed a house and share it in this morning at least one person was killed firefighters were working another emergency so resources were limited volunteer firefighters arrived at the house and all these GM hill St a person on the patio roof was helped to the ground firefighters attempted to search the house investigators not saying how many people died because of that fire remains under investigation a man who pleaded guilty to the abuse death of his infant son has been sentenced to twenty seven years in prison by Washington County judge Kelly Manser was originally convicted in twenty twelve but the Oregon Supreme Court overturned the conviction because of concerns about a search warrant that was used to get data from his computer a second trial was set to begin this fall but Manser pleaded guilty to manslaughter and criminal mistreatment if Oregon lawmakers want to balance the state budget they'll have to get together in person eleven ninety K. exes Michael Desmond reports legislative counsel dexter Johnson says the Oregon constitution is clear the legislature must when it meets inspection must meet critically when being present in the capital Democrats state senator Elizabeth Steiner Hayward is working on a voter referral to allow a virtual legislature I think there's a very real risk that come next January we might well be unable to have legislative session Johnson says the only way the legislature could hold the virtual session under current law is for the governor to declare what's called an article ten catastrophic disaster which she is not done if that did happen the legislature could only act on covert nineteen related issues not the state budget wildfire response saying on Wall Street the Dow is down eighty six nasdaq down eighty four now K. E. X. traffic from a Papa Murphy's traffic center we make it you bank it still quite a jam up or down the local Boulevard with this crash west Arlington street in Gladstone and a backup as well southbound I. tool for starting a Prescott after all the traffic nodded up back onto westbound I. eighty four Gail Cunningham KTX traffic now K. two weather partly cloudy weather ahead for the rest of the afternoon daytime highs will be in the low seventies tonight skies turn mostly.
"city monica" Discussed on WSB-AM
"We will hear from a football star today new this half hour we've got a sorry right here in Georgia WSB sports director Jay black is live yeah Chris is from another elite quarterback is a former U. G. A. starter Jake fraud is in trouble for controversy that comes from a screenshotted text message conversation in March of twenty nineteen it Jake from tales what appears to be a fellow U. G. a student at the time quote guns are good they need to let me get suppressors just make them very expensive so only elite white people can get them that person posted that text early this morning on Twitter and problems addressing it this afternoon with the statement he says quote I'm extremely sorry that I chose to use those words elite white people in a text conversation although I never meant to imply that I am an elite white person as later stated in that conversation there's no excuse for that word choice and sentiment while it was poor my heart is not from started Georgia for three years he was drafted in the fifth round in April by the bills no comment yet from his current employer reporting live J. black ninety five point five W. S. eighty seven degrees on Peachtree street at three thirty one WSBT urologist Kirk Mellish has a lan is most accurate dependable forecast coming up next here to Minnesota right now in Minneapolis mourners family members and dignitaries attending the memorial for George Floyd underway to north central university in the city A. B. C.'s Ryan burrow is there people I've talked to so far they wanted to come here they felt it was right they're satisfied many of them with the charges that have been leveled against the four police officers and they're ready to begin this healing process which will start today with this memorial service as he said to be laid to rest in Minnesota today memorials for Floyd to being staged in virtually every major city Monica Gatling is among mourners in Brooklyn New York this moment is different after the strong says the change come in I think the voices are now being heard that we're not gonna take this any longer we are we are human beings and that's what's been laid out in the street.
"city monica" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"This is all of it on WNYC. I'm Alison Stewart New Yorkers sometimes we like to think of our city of the only one in the world, if not the only one that the best one sometimes the worst one either way New York likes to see itself, as an exception. But a new book shows how much the world cities really we all have in common not just with each other. But also with our ancient predecessors Monica l Smith is an archaeologist and professor anthropology at UCLA. And now, the author of cities the first six thousand years, the book shows how much we can learn about today's society's from considering where they all came from right now more than half, the world's population lives in cities and just over a decade. Smith writes, quote, more than fifty percent of African sixty percent of Chinese eighty seven percent of Americans and ninety two percent of the residents of the UK will live in cities Monica. Welcome to all of it. Thanks very much. It's a pleasure to be here. So the question you posed to us the reader is right. The question I would pose to you as a reader. Is why cities are the natural step in human habitations evolution or a response to something else? So the way we can think about cities is not just the way that they encompass practically half of the world's population now, but where the came from in the first place because cities are not the natural. Habitat of our species are natural habitat is living in small villages of fifty to one hundred people. And that's the way our ancestors had lived for one hundred thousand years or more. And yet there was something about those villages that just wasn't quite enough to galvanize people into larger groups at it wasn't enough to satisfy people when they wanted something different. It's interesting you should say we are wired to be in small villages because you know, in any big city like this one we break ourselves down into areas Greenwich Village Chelsea Upper West side, upper east side, we break ourselves down into villages. Is that historically has that been the case with these big cities. Yes, absolutely. I mean, you can think of even your own apartment building as a little bit like the size of a village. And even in archaeological terms people break down their cities into smaller more manageable units. I have a colleague of stone who works on methamphetamine cities. And she's noted that the neighborhoods in Mesopotamia and cities are about the same size as a message tame village. And so this kind of cellular idea of living in a smaller zone within a larger urban settlement is something that has been with us right from the very beginning. We should probably define our terms. When you say city, what do you mean in the modern context, and what you mean, the ancient context? So the scale of cities is quite different in the modern in the ancient period. Of course, if we think about places like Mexico City is twenty one million or Tokyo is about thirty nine million people that's clearly much larger than any ancient city would've been, but the definition of a city as a place is the same for both those urban beginnings of five to ten thousand people as they are for the mega. Cities of today, and that is a concentrated population in a small area people who have specialized occupations, not just farmers and herders, but a whole variety of middle management jobs and production jobs, and even jobs doing things like transportation and carrying things around and you have different kinds of buildings. We have spatial structures in modern cities that are very much like ancient cities. You have a downtown where you have concentrated architecture, maybe some special purpose administrative buildings. You have roads or canals bridges tidal together. And then you've got big empty spaces that can be repurpose over and over again for a fair or a festival or maybe even for a demonstration a parade. Or even riot. I'm interested in a couple of follow ups. One. Can you make what is the distinction between a mega city a city in terms of modern context? Sure. So many of the cities that we have today are growing into these. Larger urban conglomerations. So we think about the New York Boston corridor, for example. Or if we think about cities in around Beijing, or we think about cities in northern India that are all sort of growing into one another that again is a question of scale that is bigger than ancient times. But is still quite similar if we think about ancient Mesopotamia cities, for example, they were all within an easy day's sale of each other up and down the Tigers in the U Fridays or Roman cities that were packed all around the Mediterranean, and you had the same kinds of things in every single city. Whether it was in downtown Rome itself or in North Africa or in Turkey or anywhere else. Have these large? I mean, the populations of some of these mega cities that we have. Now have they altered the idea of a city not for the people who live in cities are still the places where people want to come because there is an opportunity for employment. There's an opportunity for education. There's even an opportunity for entertainment that doesn't exist in smaller places. Think about where the big museums are think about where the big sports stadiums are and the sports franchises. They're all in cities. It was also interesting to hear you described. So the characteristic of city there's a municipal area there's area for large gatherings. There's an area for housing. The question. I guess I'm trying to get to did people create that or to have people adapted to that. Both of those things are true. When cities I started their precursors were only blueprinting by the fact that people had occasionally come into ritual settlements beforehand in all of those little villages. There was only one way that people could get together into larger groups that was ritual spaces spaces like Beckley Teppei in Turkey or a place that might be more familiar to us like Stonehenge, and the idea was that you came together with a number of strangers you had to learn to get along. There was a fair or a festival or ritual occasion. But the difference was that after the festival is over. You were supposed to go home. There was no way to make that a kind of permanent festival atmosphere until people started living in cities. And so it I city might be just a collection of houses traders that had stayed on a little bit longer people who were hanging around. They put up a shock, and then somebody else put up a shock, and then after a couple of years, it was recognized that nobody was going anywhere. So more people came more work started to be available some of those shocks torn down, and then remade into somewhat better housing, and we can actually see this in the archaeological record this process of beginnings that then become transformed into a permanent festival atmosphere. My guess is professor Monica Smith and him for his cities the first six thousand years. So take me back six thousand years. What's the for city? So there are many claimants of for the first city. Archaeologists are just like any other scientists they want the biggest the first earliest. But there are at least a couple of candidates in. Petya of one of them is Iraq in southern mashed potato what's now, southern Iraq. And then a site called tell Brak which is now in Syria, and they're the two poles of a long chain of urbanism that started up and down the Tigris in the frady's. They were places that were a little bit difficult to live in which actually means that the beginning of urbanism is slightly puzzling. The places that people lived in the first cities were challenging they were hot as they were often suffering drought. They were places where people had to bring in a lot of resources. They were not easy places to live. And actually, maybe that's why they became successful. Because people had to be more entrepreneurial in order to make it work at all. So the first cities you've mentioned the Tigers river, did they have to be sneer some sort of natural source of food energy anything like that. Yes. Absolutely. Because cities always draw on their surrounding Rio. Sources people are not keeping goats in the city. People are not keeping a year supply of grain in the city. And so the way that they get provisions and the way that we get provision now is through a network of transportation that often would go along water bodies, like lakes or rivers or oceans. And so we also make use of those same shipping technologies. It's still easier and cheaper to ship things by water than it is over land. What happened in cities that failed? What causes historically caused the city to fail? So we know that there are some cities that are now purely archaeological, including places like tell Brak they were places that were very successful for hundreds of years. And then afterwards, the populations either dissipated slowly or there was some kind of catastrophic event, but catastrophic events are actually relatively rare most often it's because there are slight changes over time. That mean? And that within a few generations city just isn't as popular as the other cities in the networks. There's rarely a case where an entire network of urbanism goes down. It's usually one or two people then moved to some other urban locale much as they do today. And then they pick up the threads as migrants and insert themselves into a new urban center. What's been the role of leadership historically in city success or failure? Leadership is critical because there are many things that happened in cities that can only be done at a centralized level. And one of the most important is infrastructure. Nobody builds their own street, nobody digs their own canal to their house. Nobody lose their own sewer line. Those are things that all have to be done at a centralized locale and with an odd towards Lincoln people together through this shared infrastructure. So when we think about the role of governments both in the past in the present, we have some wonderful examples from ancient historical documents that talk about how leaders are making canals how they build roads and bridges the exact same kinds of things that we see today with historical or commemorative markers foundation stones or brass plaques. Those are things that we also see in the archaeological record leaders liked claim their development of infrastructure. My guess is professor Monica Smith and him for his cities the first six. Thousand years you name four building blocks that were essential precursors for development of cities. When are they? So one of them is language, and that's something that our species has had for at least the last hundred thousand years or so and language is an important part of what eventually made urbanism possible because language does not just describe what actually happens. It also describes what could happen. We can imagine thanks through language. We can say if we build this structure than we will have more people living here if we build this metro extension. We'll be able to provide jobs to more people if we construct something new then we can make something new happen. So that's one of the important building blocks another building block is that our species has always been migratory. And most cities still grow by populations coming in you know, that kids are expensive, especially in cities, so city birth rates tend to be relatively low compared to the countryside, and all of our cities are growing all. All over the world. Because people migrate in another thing is the way in which humans. Love objects and objects turn into trash we can see that happening every ancient city. So that trash is not a modern phenomenon it's an urban one. And finally, we have architecture the times that people I started to build something like a Stonehenge, for example turned into times where people were constantly changing their built environments by building themselves residences and special purpose architecture in cities. It was so interesting to hear you describe building things. And of course, my brain went straight to if they build it if we build it, they will come. So that the line from a movie, very famous hackneyed line. But it sounds like it's true. That's exactly true about Hudson yards. For example..
"city monica" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up
"What Amazon would have done. They would have gone into New York. They were gone there. And they would not talk to anybody, and they would have just done it and they wouldn't have cared. So the fact that they are now hearing an interacting and some people are going to hate this. But it speaks to day two at Amazon. Oh, oh my God. Hey, welcome to geekwire. I'm Bigler editor Todd Bishop editor Monica, Nicole sprig, and I'm John Cook co-founder of geekwire. Alright. So some big news to talk about today. Amazon in a stunning reversal announced that it will not be building half of HQ two in New York City after facing opposition from the community there certain elements of the political leadership did not want Amazon to go to New York City. Monica you've been covering this. What does it mean this story man, I've I've been doing this for more than a year, and every time something breaks, it's more wild than the thing before it. I I don't know. What's gonna be next? They're going to build it on the moon or something. Yes. So Amazon pulled out of its New York plans. This was going to be at twenty five thousand to forty thousand person office in queens, and in New York, Amazon has been facing a lot of opposition very vocal opposition from elected officials and labor leaders and. Some community activists that they just didn't want to contend with anymore, especially when compared to northern Virginia where they've been welcomed, very warmly. So Monica you went to northern Virginia and to queens right before the Q to announcement. We sent you there and got you there before him. Could you tell a difference in the mood and style of northern Virginia versus New York just on your observations when you were there. Absolutely. Yes. When I was in northern Virginia. I mean, it's really Washington DC. It's right across the Potomac and the reception was either ambivalent or excited. Most people I talked to you had kind of heard of it. They thought it would be good to bring those jobs. They didn't have very strong opinions. And then the folks in public policy elected officials and economic development folks were very bullish about Amazon, they were stoked about it in New York. The second I arrived. I stepped into a massive protest that had been organized by state Senator Michael generous who will probably talk about later as a very key figure here. And people from queens were out there expressing a lot of concern. A lot of frustration. There was already some anti Amazon graffiti on the ground, which is something that we've come to see a lot here in Seattle, Amazon's first home. But yes, there was a a noticeable difference between the two locations that now seems very ominous of things to come. Shoe in that way, though. Would you have expected this? There was a report I in I believe the Washington Post and the New York Times signalling this. I'm getting those two right? I believe so absent that would you have expected Amazon to not go forward with the plans in such dramatic fashion. I mean, this it seems like it's out of nowhere. Yes. And no, I mean, this is it did come as a shock today. Certainly even after those reports there was a lot of speculation that Amazon was just floating this idea that it might pull out of New York because it wanted to add some pressure to the officials who are fighting it. But it reminded me of something that happened in Seattle. That was actually when you think about it as a pattern. It's very in character for Amazon. So last summer, we spent a lot of time covering the head tax in Seattle, which is going to be a tax on businesses to fund affordable housing, and a lot of people actually just called it the Amazon tax Amazon as you might expect was. Up in arms about this. And we started to hear some rumblings that they might actually slow their growth down in Seattle in response to this proposed tax now on the one hand that felt like something that of course, Amazon would say because they want to add pressure to the political situation..
"city monica" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Out and warming backup? Highs will end up well below normal but will reach a high of seventy eight degrees in Phoenix this afternoon. We're back in the low eighties on Thursday. Highs reach the mid eighties to upper eighties Friday and Saturday, I'm ABC team meteorologist Irish there must see you at seven oh three. It's fifty nine degrees in timpee. Disturbing findings at four Phoenix elementary schools. In one district documents indicate TR show black mold inside the buildings including classrooms. Ryan Anderson is the attorney for the company charged with steering. The Murphy entry school district back in the right direction disclosing in a meeting in July of two thousand eighteen that there was a mold concern. And so the receiver immediately approved testing for the classrooms. The report also mentions two children at Alfred f Garcia elementary school near twenty seventh avenue of Buckeye were bitten by rats during the last school year. Now over the summer, the state board of education place the district in receivership because it mishandled finances and ran a budget deficit of more than two million dollars. If you're trying to sell your car, there is an attorney general's office is warning of a new scam. You post your car for sale online. Someone calls you and says they're interested in buying it. But then hangs up then you get a tax saying, the call was disconnected. But they want your car's vehicle identification number. The text as a linked to a specific website where you can get a vehicle history report for them that website asks you to pay a fee with your credit card. Once you've paid the scammer calls back and says, I don't want the car. The attorney general's office says be careful if someone asks you to buy something from a specific website as a condition for sale. Bob, McClay KTAR news. There's now a special task force addressing pedestrian deaths in peanuts, and it's using engineering and speed enforcement the cities Monica Hernandez more flashing red crosswalk likes her plan for dangerous intersections the traditional traffic signal pedestrian hawk signal is operated by a pressing button. Again, one St. pedestrian pushes the button, they can cross the street right now there are forty high intensity activated Crosswalks or hawks and Phoenix the cities also adding more streetlights Arizona volts, we're learning just how much money the candidates wanting Jeff flake Senate seat every so far democrat Pearson cinema has raised about fifteen point seven million dollars while. Republican Martha mcsally has brought in about twelve point five million dollars. That's according to the latest numbers from the Federal Election Commission cinema has raised more money. But MC Sally has more cash on hand that she still hasn't spent does have more on hand for the star. But I doubt that by election day. She has more than a million. That'd be a lot to waste in a up race. Noah Rudnik is a data analyst with OH predictive insights, he says having more cash on hand will help MC Sally with undecided voters, if you have the resources to be able to spend to push those people to vote for you that could be the deciding factor result, the Psotino KTAR news time, by the way. Kirstin cinema will be joining KTAR's MAC and Gaydos afternoons at five ten KTAR is.
"city monica" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Roadways any debris that may be watching a roadway here in Phoenix to please call us, and let us know the city's Monica Hernandez, you can also call to report potholes. The number is six zero two two six two six four four one. That's two six to sixty four forty one. And tell you about the problems that some of the cars are causing on the roads. Here's detour Dan from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center, let's do a bunch here. There's only a couple of crashes, but I want to get them out of the way. I there's a a wreck on the ten eastbound near seventh avenue off, right? Southbound on the one on one near the sixty a wreck off right and now up north northbound seventeen north of sunset point rest area. That is where we've also got a vehicle into the wash reported there. Also. A rollover crash album school and rigs three oh three eastbound at I seventeen a crash state route seventy four the carefree highway seventeen wreck it's still raining in a number of areas in particular out in the east valley right now getting reports a very heavy rain at valve is death and the sixty also all the way over to the one on one you're getting wet and we've got rain up north as well. So be careful wherever you go going thirty Fifth Avenue and cactus. Sinkhole in the intersection. That's closed at all four directions. Thunderbird Peoria, forty three rd avenue detours and westbound I ten your Queen creek onramps, not working. It's walked by a big rig. You gotta need a different onramp. This traffic report brought to you by Sam Chevrolet before you buy give Santa try going on now drive away in a new Chevy v. Thirty percent off only at Sanchez dealership for details. San Chevrolet dot com. Chevrolet. Find new roads, Detroit and KTAR news..
"city monica" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Let us show about down. Trees blocking roadways any depre- that may be blocking a roadway here in Phoenix to please call us and let the city's Monica Hernandez says you can also call the report potholes. The number six zero two two six two six four four one two six to sixty four forty one. Everybody's phone's going to be buzzing at the same time later this morning. Why you'll be getting a presidential alert? That's coming up on Arizona's morning news right now traffic alert. It seems every time we cheer others new accident. Here's detour Dan in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center in this case, I'm gonna lead with an older accident only because I've been kind of putting this off and kind of keeping a kabosh on it because I didn't want to jump to any conclusions. But Jamie, and I have been talking about a rollover now for some time southbound seventeen at daisy mountain, we weren't certain if a second one occurred or not. Let's see what happens rollover crash, not only was the vehicle that rolled over drug off to the right? But there's been a medical emergency with someone down on the ground ever since this records occurred in the pouring down rain. No last just saw an ambulance. Pull up. They've been working on somebody on the ground here for some time. Let's keep our fingers crossed for him. They did look like they opened the center lane for it. But man, they're creeping in that Centre Lane. It's because it's such a tight squeeze right there. Just isn't enough room. I still recommend you. Stay to the right. Southbound seventeen at daisy mount eastbound, I ten seventy Fifth Avenue you got a crash off left in the construction zone. But that's just part of the ride in slow and go hundred seven th avenue all the way to seventh street. This traffic report brought to you by eight partners at seventy two sold dot com. Want to sell your home at seventy two hours for full market value. Visit seventy-two sold dot com. That's seventy two sold dot com. KTAR news.
"city monica" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"It's a supreme court showdown in the Senate with Dr Christine blazey Ford accusing nominee Brad Kavanagh of sexual assault. But now, she's refusing to testify unless there's a full FBI investigation KTAR. Jim cross is live with the latest developments. Jamie. Arizona Senator Jeff flake is on that committee that helping decide Kavanagh's eventual fate in imploring, Dr Ford to accept the invitation to come in Monday told her it can be public or private her choice. Now, his fellow committee member Senator John Cornyn was asked why Republicans don't want more than two people cabin on Ford to testify at a potential herring. We don't want us to be a three ring circus, we want this to be an orderly and dignified presentation Ford's attorneys say she has been the target of vicious harassment even death threats since coming forward whether story against a cabin up live in the news center. Jim cross KTAR news signed a letter supporting cavenaugh saying he was personally and professionally qualified. To become a supreme court Justice now about the controversy around the nominee. It will be handled in Washington. I'm going to stay focused on the state of Arizona. But everyone has a right to be hurt. Does he was one of more than thirty governors to sign the letter of recommendation for cavenaugh the latest now on Florence president? Trump will visit hard hit areas of North Carolina today. President Trump has given immense credit for those involved in the rescue and recovery efforts that have been taking place for days in the Carolinas. Just salute all of the people that are working so hard. The president has only spoken positively about how that work has gone tweeting this week that he believes Democrats will criticize the federal government's efforts and say FEMA the military and first responders are not doing a good job. He wrote on Twitter, this will be a total lie. Karen Travers, ABC news. The White House told from Florence has climbed to thirty seven with more flooding expected today prison reformers went changes to Arizona's sentencing laws, but Maricopa county's top. Prosecutors has not so fast. Dot US says Arizona sticks out for its high imprisonment rate and money spent on corrections state spends one billion dollars a year on his prison system money that could go to education Maricopa County attorney Bill Montgomery says the state can protect us while spending on education, Arizona legislature in this governor showing that we can do both over time. We can approve the amount of money spent to educate our youth, and we can make sure that they're able to learn in a safe environment. Like army says there are no mentions in the forward dot US report about the unique criminal environment Arezzo faces as a border state dealing with drug cartels, Mark Carlson. KTAR news. I knew you. Obey study finds e cigarettes and nicotine patches are not safe alternatives to smoking for pregnant women. The study shows nicotine exposure in the womb causes serious developmental abnormalities. Dr Ralph forgoes he wants to find a way to address and fix the abnormalities develop some type of drug that can minimize the effect on the offspring because we know that women are going to continue to use. Nicotine or to smoke while they're pregnant says nicotine can cause type two diabetes, obesity, hypertension, and respiratory issues and babies KTAR is on the economy summer is the busiest time of year for homeselling, and this year was no exception open-door dot com. Reports it worked with more than seventeen thousand valley homeowners. Tyler Hicks him with open door tells KTAR. Twenty one percent of home sellers were upgrading or buying a bigger house. Nine percent were trying to unlock the equity or like pull the cash out of their home eight percent for selling investment property, and then seven percents for selling us a part of their retirement. He says twenty two percent were downsizing and some people were relocating from the clubhouse to the firehouse for more than a dozen G C you baseball players. We put a Grand Canyon university helmet sticker are helmet. It's kind of our way of staying connected to each other Phoenix fire captain Austin Moreland says, he works alongside at least thirteen guys who played ball at GNC you. But he knows of plenty others who work with different departments. Captain Morland believes the baseball field prepared them for what they're doing today in more ways than one we were like, blue collar athletes. We didn't have a whole lot of fancy facilities. We were very hard working. We built close bonds. We had good morale, and we had to be disciplined and a lot of those bleed over directly to the fire service Moreland says majority of his teammates are married and starting families, but are continuing to keep the bonds. They started while playing college baseball together Ali vetnar KTAR news today is a Jewish holy day. In Phoenix is trying to keep the streets safe for those headed to synagogue, the city's Monica. Hernandez says pedestrian activated sensors ensure Sabbath prohibitions are broken because of Sabbath what we ended up doing is installing a sensor which takes away the need for anyone to push. The button the sensors are in forty places across Phoenix KTAR news time, five thirty seven. And we hope everybody is having a great Yom Kippur. The day of atonement today is time to check traffic now from the valley Chevy dealer. Traffic center. Here's any Sullivan. You've got quite a few freeways that look pretty good right now. A couple of them quite a bit of slowing. I seventeen southbound an extra slow spot around Indian school road. There was a minor accident. But as soon as it happened looks like emergency crews rebel to get that off the freeway at the Indian school road exit ramp. So you do have extra slow spot right there approaching Indian school? But I tend rush hour is on eastbound between eighty third avenue and seventh avenue..
"city monica" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Including his wife before shooting himself as a sheriff's deputy closed in on him Kern county sheriff John a young says there was no mayday at word on what sparked the shootings that took place at a home in a business in Bakersfield last night. Except for the gunman's wife was no media word on how the victims might have been related a woman who claims that a councilman in Lynnwood sexually harassed. Her has filed a lawsuit against the man in the city. Monica Chila at been with the city almost twenty years when she made the claim against councilman Edwin Hernandez, I was confused and scared of speaking up for myself against a man with power. I didn't know if I had done the right thing by speaking out publicly and fear to lose. My job says it Lynnwood hid the results of the investigation into the matter. Hernandez has filed a claim against the city alleging his reputation was damaged during the botched investigation. Lynnwood says the investigation is an administrative issue and should be handled confidentially and internally the food and Drug administration says illegal use of e cigarettes by miners has become an epidemic. FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb says the agency has given e cig manufacturer sixty days to prove they can keep their products out of the hands of children fact remains that the is continuing to rise. And so whatever steps they've taken to date hasn't been sufficient to try to stem that growth. God leap says if the companies failed to demonstrate any progress in two months, the government will make changes such as putting products through agency reviews and withdrawing flavored products from the market. The FDA says more than two million teenagers regularly used e cigarettes last year alone. Yeah. Man in New York says his dogs. Love of slim jims is the reason he's a multi millionaire the guy stopped at the store to buy his dog boots a snack. The guy also about a thirty dollar lottery. Scratcher he ended up winning ten million bucks. The man is taking the lump sum of six point seven million dollars..
"city monica" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The act of self-defence gun control advocates have called it murder insurance. But Nancy can Cate with the State Department of insurance says it's not about politics gaining compliance with the law is the primary concern of the department again to protect consumers and the integrity the marketplace. Here the NRA says the broker over its policy assured them selling the product was okay. That broker has already paid out seven million to settle claims for selling the product of New York Corbin Carson KFI news, a rock throwing man has been shot by police in Montclair. Cops say the guy hit at least seven cars next to the ten freeway this morning Montclair police chief Robert Abel's says officers did the right? Thing assaulting the civilians that was an assault with a deadly weapon. He says the man also hit a police cruiser with Iraq. Some rocks ended up inside cars driving past a woman who claims a councilman in Lynnwood sexually harassed. Her has filed a lawsuit against the man, and the city Monica a show has been with the city almost twenty years when she made that claim against councilman Edwin Hernandez, I with confused and scared of speaking up for myself against a man with power. I didn't know if I had done the right thing by speaking out publicly and fear to lose my job. She says Lynnwood hid the results of the investigation into the matter Hernandez's filed a claim against the city alleging his reputation was damaged during the botched investigation. Lynnwood says the investigation is an administrative issue and should be handled confidentially, and internally trash has been piling up. In Maywood, this landlord says his tenants have been complaining because there are no trash cans total of ten days ten days without trash cans. That's pretty bad. And we've got a family of four you're going to imagine. How many how much trash is the city's decision? To change garbage. Contractors has created a gap? In service Maywood says the new contractor is expected to provide replacement bins sometime this week.
"city monica" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"This week, the urban est is taking a closer look at the west way, a stretch of elevated motorway that was built as part of a scheme to turn London into a motor city. Monica contributor, Henry Sheridan has this report. A motorist navigating the alleyways co and lanes of central London can expect to tear along at it invigorating, average speed of seven point, four miles per hour given polls by yet. Another traffic jam that could be forgiven fantasizing about Notre Americanized London, less hostile to the personal automobile. Well, wolf time when London's local government was hell bent and making that dream a reality in the nineteen sixties car ownership in Britain, skyrocketed officials and city planners feeds, comma, getting on the city's roads thus came the introduction of internal combustion engine. The foundation of the automobile industry with numerous components working at high speeds course for the great degree of efficiency and manufacture to generate a predetermine power and to be able to run for long periods on a small euro consumption. In response, they drew up an infrastructure plan Soviet in its proportions. The London ring ways network was a system of four concentric motorway, ring roads. They were to encircle the capital at varying distances from the city centre. The aim was to speed up traffic circulation and ease congestion. In spite of opposition from academics, the treasury and the department of transport the Greater London council or the g. l. c. pushed ahead with the plans construction of the innermost road called Ringway. One began in nineteen sixty four. Constructing the motorway caused massive and immediate disruption to the residential areas that lay in its path. There was intense resistance among locals, and with good reason, his one of them describing life in the shadow of the works. It has frankly been held Joe. We in the last three months. Well, first of all, we had four years of unremitting noise. And then in the last three months, they started program of night-work so that it meant the both the nightshift workers and the day shift workers. Nobody could get initially because at the moment, the nights from the motorway may not be in the bedroom, get any sleep and Leslie draw their curtains tight, shut the windows time. The vibrations from the traffic with the. Metropolitan railway as well. I mean the to have a continuous rumble. We most of elicit your displacement that's nineteen Seventy-three. The labor party made large gains in the jail. See elections opposing the Ringway scheme that same year the plans were scrapped. That wasn't before one section of Ringway. One linking north Kensington to shepherd's Bush in Westland has already been completed. It's included a piece of road. The likes of which London had never seen before a three and a half mile long stretch of sweeping, elevated motorway called the west way. Even this relatively small parts of the plans ring road had led to the destruction of hundreds of homes and the cutting in half of tight-knit terraced communities where they used to be beneath the elevated flyover. Now, late twenty three acres of derelict land littered with scrapped cars and debris. It was a landscape dystopia Nuff to earn a place in j g barrels, imagination, the British writer used it as the setting for his nineteen seventy four novel, concrete island. It's an update of the Robinson Crusoe tale in which a wealthy architect is marooned after crushing his car off the motorway..
"city monica" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"For a look at the workplace in how to design ones that are inclusive diverse and respectful beyond me to starts tonight at eight o'clock right here on wnyc this is paul henley with news out from the bbc world service the inauguration of the former football star george wear as president of liberia is being celebrated by huge crowds singing and dancing in the capital monrovia today it's the first time since 1944 the west african country's seen a peaceful democratic transition to power and expectations are high that the fifty one year old new president will deliver on his promises of more jobs and better schools we can talk live to the bbc's tamas in fort who's in the liberian capital tell us a bit more about the new president for those who are not familiar with his footballing past thomason you haven't had a jewish way he's the most celebrated african footballer in history the first african footballer to win bottom dole if that doesn't mean much to you is a very important football award he the former chelsea player ac milan manchester city monica it was awesome bangemann spotted him and took him to out and and one he's had this glittering football career his political career as soon as who began around two thousand five knots when serbs funds president against ellen johnson said east africa's first elected female president he lost in 2011 he about again but as a bp on some announced his ticket lost as emily's time event again and he won the vote ratissi was a farms would have been wanting this for a very long time ellen johnsonsirleaf step down and she'd presided over remarkable change for the country just tell us what change i think ellen johnsonsirleaf won't be remembered for keeping the peace so you must remember liberia bunch you four seasons drew to civil war and and engine said he came into power and it that book peace and she may maintained peaceful the twelve is in a first time she also if advocated the country's debilitating debt just five billion donnas had connections have international connections attracted investors from throughout the world but then of course in his second term she would also be remembered for the go the epidemic which scared impressed is off wish meeting highlighted help war liberia's health system is and along with that.
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"Was really clear to her that this place is being remodelled for new tenants you know this is really desirable neighborhoods so you may sense you're gonna remodel these apartments and really charged in a high rent people wanting to live in this neighborhood so there's an architect in the building in he got really nervous and cheese eat allocating and she's looking at this remodeling seoul shabby she has to go to the top floor and we get to the top of the building and it's all these hundreds of pasok concrete and all these dyes are on the on the roads covered in dust working wave really seriously and it was really clear that donors is building was building new apartments on top of the old building and that's when things got pretty eat it doohan a dozen eleven even if the new through six yes the architect for his license and building permit where was all the people were to do this where we saw the people work to build these new apartments on top of this kind of old buildings he could just see from her guy this was not construction that was saw and the architects got really nervous he asked her to leave he actually tried to grab her phone away from her when she wanted to call in to reported and it was to the engineers lives really clear this guy did not want anybody ran looking what he was doing n for her really disturbing because she thought she saw exactly this type of thing makes this already earthquakeprone neighborhood more gauges decides she it criticised instruction that quitting new apartments hyun wrentham out for a lot of money in your your skirting the codes it shabby work in and i asked her said you know do you see this a lot and she just absolutely and it was 10 remarkable to see the serbs upfront that's the world's monica campbell in mexico city monica thank you very much and.
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"Carnival with three is you know see a are a and a no so here are and a via la sorry where it's about throwing out the meat so current is meet courney so that's always going to be there it's just important us we used to a instead of the i don't you type in in correctly and the st like for cruz line it also gross there were have groans from an answer phenoms another thank you michel pulls here for that for getting the two man well we want to play tumble or for you but it looks like we're kind of running out of time because jacob has to get back into his vehicle and so anyway we talked about friday will just go to some monica through open young through to take close out but we want to think of your to we won the think humor team for years and supporters we look forward to seen everybody at kind of all and i was going to say if you want to go back to the our continued o'clock posted a tremendous piece today where found apollo announced and josh are so you can get full carnival coverage for today and we know we are to your kinds than some more great music clearer stephenson fly playing that there are so you get to hear the steal from in the studio murphy so yeah so will go here there's who some of our a lot friends that are a part of well condition beat they have a connection to monitor to three agree on to you and it's been a pleasure also they have sort of let influence and be aware of that music fan and that my neck up to sound it's got could learn the new york city monica to new york city so yes this has been a global revolution some of his monica two of three every on third with tokyo kroenke it the the bob.