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"civil service commission" Discussed on WTVN
"Doctor. Plenty of sunshine now, though, 57 in Mary's Ville 58 at your severe weather station, NewsRadio 6 10 W. T V. N a welcome from the president of Switzerland, standing in between President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin. Mr President of the Russian Federation, Mr President of the United States of America. Minutes ago, reporters were calling out questions and cameras were clicking as each leader walked inside the Swiss villa where bilateral talks will be taking place. ABC chief White House correspondent Cecilia Vega is there. The face to face is expected to last 4 to 5 hours and will be split into two sessions. The first just President Biden, Putin's secretary of state, Antony Blinken. And his Russian counterpart, senior aides later joining in the leaders never expected to be alone. Unlike former President Trump, who met with Putin, twice with only translators present the details of those conversations never made public. The White House has been trying to downplay expectations for any big developments. Following these discussions, President Biden is expected to bring up Russian meddling in U. S elections. Recent cyber attacks on American businesses. And there's a possible discussion of a prisoner swap with the U. S expected. Sherry Preston ABC News, Columbus deputy police chief and skiing the Civil Service Commission to review one of the lane Bryant's first moves his chief the same day, the position of assistant police chief was posted. It was filled by Detroit police captain Lashing the pots. Work with the new CPD chief in the Motor City deputy chief can keep or filed formal paperwork Tuesday asking for the review, ABC six obtained public records showing there were 17 applicants for the job. NewsRadio, 6 10 W T V. N Sports on winning night of baseball for the Reds, Indians and Clippers Reds win their fifth straight, taking down Milwaukee to one in 10 innings since he's scoring twice in the 10th without a hit the tribe from Baltimore 72. They're out of season I eight games over 500, the Clippers going to walk off win. Beating Toledo, NFL browns and Bangles, both with full attendance had mandatory mini camp..
"civil service commission" Discussed on WTVN
"V and Pushing back on new leadership for the Columbus Division of Police. Not long after a lane Bryant was named to be the new chief of Columbus police there was reporting on a new position of assistant chief to be filled by her colleague from the Detroit Police Department. Luciana Pots now Columbus deputy chief, Ken Keebler has filed papers for the Civil Service Commission to review that move, ABC six is reporting that he is among those who were being considered for the job. I'm Jack Crumley, Ohio State football Coach Ryan Day spent Tuesday on the recruiting trail. But this time at the State House that's to get lawmakers on board with the bill that would allow student athletes to profit from their name, image and likeness. Day says it would benefit student athletes across the state. For the benefit Ohio student athletes and all, incidentally divisions the state needs to enact the measure allowing student athletes within our borders to benefit in the same manner as athletes in other parts of the country. Our athletes should and under this proposal will be able to receive financial benefits from the name of it like this without jeopardizing their amateur and our student athletes status, Day says at this point about 30% of student athletes at Ohio State do not receive any athletic aid for school days, hoping for passage of a new bill in Ohio. By July, 1st use radio 6 10 W T V N Sports a winning night of baseball for the Reds, Indians and Clippers Reds win their fifth straight taking down Milwaukee to one in 10 innings. Since he's scoring twice in the 10th without a hit the tribe thump Baltimore 72 there our season I eight games over 500, the Clippers going to walk off win, beating Toledo, NFL Browns and Bangles, both with full attendance and mandatory mini camp. They both practice again today and tomorrow and new Crusade. Iem to be known as lower dot com Field. After the organization announces its naming rights agreement from the central Ohio Honda Dealer. Sports Test McCoy News Radio 16 w T V at.
New Fallout Over the Hiring for the Columbus Assistant Police Chief Job
"T V N, pushing back on new leadership in the Columbus Division of Police. Not long after a lane Bryant was named to be the new chief of Columbus police there was reporting on a new position of assistant chief to be filled by her colleague from the Detroit Police Department. Luciana Pots now Columbus deputy chief, Ken Keebler has filed papers for the Civil Service Commission to review that move, ABC six is reporting that he is among those who were being considered for
"civil service commission" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"To the rest of the country. But we have seen 16 cases of covert variants. We've also had three instances of the L 452 are variants, and this is the variant that has been causing some infections in California. Also some countries in Europe I'm at this point. It's really still a variant that is under investigation. Hurley says. The other 13 cases from the so called UK variant governor Polish tells Kayo a news radio that they can use more quantity of vaccine in the states. We only get 90,000 week. We have 588,000 people in our state over the age of 70, and we've got about half of them got the vaccine, and if you're over 70 and you're still waiting, you'll get in the next couple weeks and soon 65 up, But that will also take a few weeks to get through. Everybody pull the says Run a race against the clock on vaccinations because we know there are variants out there. Two former Aurora police officers fired after the death of Elijah McClane er, appealing their terminations the to post and photographs that appeared to mock the corroded control hold that officers used when McLane died at the hands of officers during a police altercation in 2019. The officers will argue their case in front of the Civil Service Commission this week. Applications for Denver's five star certification program Open today. The program encourages businesses to implement safety measures beyond what's already required by public health orders. In exchange, businesses will be able to expand operational capacity. Have a serious of small snow storms on the way in Denver. The first one arrives late Wednesday night into Thursday. The told us were deeper. We could certainly use it as we're running behind by about 6 to 7 inches for the year, But at this point we'll take it couple inches Thursday, maybe an introduced Saturday and another few inches possible. On Monday. That's Fox 31 chief meteorologist. Day Fraser. I'm shad Bauer on K O a news radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 f ound from the bench Transports traffic center As you take to the Metro, You're free ways you're gonna find that there's no opening world were causing major problems. Speed's gonna be normal on six to Lakewood c 4 74 70 There is nothing interfering with the drive by 25 through the tech center looks good. You'll make a time on 36 between here in Boulder. There's no problems on. I 70 even heading up into the high country, and there's nothing interfering with the drive on Pinion Boulevard. As you make your way out towards the DEA. Fox 31 pinpoint whether it's going to be partly sunny high of 62 Tonight's little bump 31 tomorrow you can expect the high of 61 with tomorrow night's low about 35. Currently it's 35. I'm Gerri Elbow and Kay away news radio life everywhere on the I Heart radio app. One moment it's this ceiling with a can damage. Why isn't the vaccine getting out to state? Then another moment more of this next executive order Keystone Pipeline, Racial justice and.
"civil service commission" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Of 1 28. Kevin Brennan. WBC's traffic on the threes. Sorry, Kevin. Thank you. We'll check back with you in just about 10 minutes. Just wanna peek at the temps right now? Because I delight when we're seeing 60 decrees in December. So here we are. If you're not at 60, you're pretty darn close along the shoreline. In particular. We're looking at Social Cape Khan in the island's little bit of a breeze. So kicking up Look to chat about the elbow there a Southwest winds at 12 Miles an hour. You guys were getting some pretty intense winds tomorrow 60 mile per hour Wind gust. And again Very heavy rain for the shoreline areas. Looks like you're not getting snow. Now. The snow begins Saturday morning, mid day. So you wake up. You have your cup of coffee. You can get outside walk the dog. The snow will start, maybe a little bit of rain prior to the snowflakes. And then that temperature shift, And then there's going to be 2 to 3 hours. Very heavy, wet snow in those jackpot areas. That's when it's going to be incredibly treacherous to drive and also AH plow global event. I'm quoting the National Weather Service there were looking at the potential for a foot of snow. And this is out in Berkshire County, Worcester County, though six inches plus so you could see possibly a foot of snow. I know that the National Guard has been busy setting up the D. C u center of her coronavirus patients that could delay potentially Sundays opening of the field Hospital will watch that for you and then Boston area could see a couple of inches of snow. But again, the models coming in a two o'clock are going to be the most significant. Until we have yet So keep it right here will bring you those new models on the track of the storm. In just a couple of hours. All right. The Massachusetts Civil Service Commission has sent a letter to the mayor of Massu in also their police chief. They are demanding the hiring and.
"civil service commission" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The morning as the U. S marshals were going after Andres Sterling, who was wanted for shooting a Massachusetts state police trooper on Cape Cod last month. In the exchange of gunfire. Sterling was shot and killed. According to multiple law enforcement sources. Three U. S marshals were injured and taken to the hospital. Their injuries are not believed to be life threatening. Again. We're following that story out of the Bronx this morning. That manhunt is over and the suspect has been shot and killed. The Massachusetts Civil Service Commission wants to look at the Massu in police department is demanding to see their hiring and promotion records. Double D. V. C's Karen Regal with more police chief Jo Solomon says he's run his department in accordance with the city charter and state law. But there have been rumblings and allegations reported here and in the Boston Globe. There are questions about his salary, making him one of the highest paid police chiefs in the country. The state Civil Service Commission and a really sharp letter is demanding the mayor of meth doing and chief Solomon assembled 10 years worth of hiring records. Request being made quote pursuant to multiple statutes. But the one city councilor Steve Saber, has been a critic of how the department is being run. We are the ones that have been dragged through the mud. And we're the ones who have been fighting for 50,000 people. And for community. The inspector general is expected to produce a report shortly. The city of Mathura one has commissioned its own independent report. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio UK made headlines approving five sir's coated vaccine on Wednesday, But the nation's top infectious disease expert criticized that decision, saying it was too fast. Where's Adriana DS with CBS News. Help is on the way in the form of new vaccines, one of which was already approved in the U. K on the CBS News podcast to the take out our Major Garrett asked Dr Anthony Fauci why the UK approved visors vaccine first. I love the Brits. They great the good scientists, but they just took the data from the FISA company and instead of scrutinizing it really, really carefully, they said. Okay, let's approve it, That's it found. He later apologized, saying he has confidence in the U. K. Scientists and regulators. The U. S had more cases than ever yesterday, more than 217,000 new infections, daily deaths also far higher. Nearly 2900 fatalities yesterday alone across the country. Going past the numbers here and into the human side of this pandemic. Clint Wallace is an ICU nurse in Washington, putting in 12 to 16 hours shifts. Practically every day, he tells ABC News. He does not think people are going to listen to CDC guidance. I think we're all seeing the writing on the wall, so we're going to the next you the next few weeks and months are going to be difficult. As of this week, the ICU bed capacity in Washington state. Was close to 80% full governor Jay Inslee says the state's hospitals might be too full to care for more people. Soon. We've seen that in Rhode Island their capacity In time to prevent that from happening in Massachusetts, the field hospital in Worcester will be up and ready to take in patients as early as this Sunday at the D. C U Center. Now I'm watching the snow storm come in, and I'm thinking that that could slow or even delay that opening. So we'll be watching that for you, but again was snow coming in tomorrow that could throw a month monkey wrench into that D. C U Center opening. But this is going to be a bigger field hospital than what we saw at the height of the pandemic. Back in the spring, they will now be hosting anywhere between 2 42 150 beds caught all operated by U Mass Memorial Medical Center. The Massachusetts National Guard has been down there setting this up for folks. All right. We're heading into 11 21. This story as promised. What a night It was on the North Shore last night. Rockport Native Pollack, Cole. Boston favorite James Taylor and Vermont's Grace Potter through a pandemic. WBZ.
"civil service commission" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Says Once the FDA approves it, a new covert vaccine will be distributed in his words almost immediately. State Civil Service Commission now says they're launching a new probe into the hiring and promotions at the McEwan Police department on the Massachusetts Commission against Discrimination. Now ruling a black state trooper was a victim of racial discrimination in the department that, according to the Globe, 7 46, secretary of the Commonwealth's Bill Galvin says he wants the country to designate a national vaccination day. He spoke with me earlier about this and you told me once the shot is ready for the public says everybody needs to get it to effectively fight off the virus. Obviously the first responders, the medical personnel and the vulnerable populations and nursing homes and other places they need to be prioritized. But in order to have the herd effect, so called that's going to mean an end to this pandemic. You have to have massive vaccination nationwide and it can't happen soon enough, The secretary adds. The high turnout from the election last month showed that if we really want to Americans can come and turn out and get a common gold done, he says. People need to pledge to turn out in the same way to get their covert vaccine. Now, once one is ready to go. There is growing concern, though, that many Americans aren't confident in taking it. Three former U. S presidents now say they will step up in public to boost the public's confidence, Barack Obama says Once a covert 19 shot is available for less at risk people, he will take it. Telling Sirius XM's The Joe Madison show. He may even do it on camera. Just so people know he trusts the science spokesman for George W. Bush and Bill Clinton say the ex presidents are willing to get the vaccine to with Bush's chief of staff, telling CNN, the 43rd president will gladly do so on camera. President elect A. Biden has not said whether he publicly get a vaccine to inspire confidence. Soccer, mahogany Washington and some Delta passengers could soon be alerted if they're exposed to Cove it on a plane. Delta, the first airline now to partner with the CDC, to start contact tracing, they're doing this on the 15th. Now This is for international visitors who fly here into the United States. They will be asked for five pieces of info so they could be notified quickly if they are exposed. The program, though, is not necessary. It's voluntary, except for those traveling On the airline's quarantine free flight to Italy. 7 48 Let's go back to the nation's capital. Now the White House today President Trump speaking out in opposition to his attorney general. And the ages announcement earlier this week that there was no widespread voter fraud so far found in the election that would change the results. Is it in? Trump was noncommittal When asked today if he still has confidence in his attorney general, William Barr asked me that In a number of weeks from now they should be looking at all of this fraud Bar told the AP this week. The Justice Department has not found evidence of widespread fraud that would overturn the election results. The president signal he's not satisfied with bars. Comment. They haven't looked very hard. Which is a disappointment, to be honest with you because it's massive fraud. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington, Wisconsin, the state's highest court there says it will not hear a case from the president's campaign. The campaign filed a lawsuit earlier this week trying to challenge the state's results in the presidential Kate a race rather court, saying the case needs to first go through the lower courts. Mr Trump said in his filing of the case That would not be enough time to wage the legal battle that way for the electors are set to cast their ballots on the 14th. Now this suit was asking the state's high court to toss out more than 221,000 ballots. It's two largest Democratic counties. President Trump Today awarding the Medal of Freedom to former Notre Dame football coach Lou Holtz lose leadership and his faith and kindness have inspired and uplifted millions of fellow citizens. He's one of the greatest titans in American football history, and his towering reputation will endure forever in the Chronicles of Athletics, But more importantly in the Chronicles of life, because he's really a life teacher. That's what he is. He's a life teaching well that Notre Dame Holtz coached the team for 11 seasons and also founded the holds his Heroes Foundation, which provides a platform to help underprivileged students going to Notre Dame. State Senate today. Passing built number 7 86. Now if you were wondering what that means it means they officially recognized wreaths across America Day. That's on Saturday. The 19th wreaths across America is a national nonprofit whose mission is to quote, Remember Honor and teach about the nation's veterans. They do this by putting up rates to 2500 locations all over the country, including Arlington National Cemetery. Say this year. Their ceremonies will adhere to safety guidelines because of the pandemic trucks filled with race, though, will be putting them up in various locations all over the country now start to do this on the 15th and will do so through the 19th. And for the first time since August some good news when it comes to the weather. We have no severe drought conditions anywhere in the base state, according to the drought Monitor about 15%, though of Massachusetts is still in moderate drought. But that's down from 50% a week ago alone, most of the state unfortunately, those still in abnormally dry status. Everyone wants to be in the know..
"civil service commission" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Speed limit. Ride out through self Burrow and Grafton miking WBC's traffic on the three for the rest of the night. The traffic is looking pretty good. Right now. The weather is looking good as well. It's got a few clouds out there, but Really nothing to worry about. Not quite as cold as it was last night, either alone near 40 Now, tomorrow is when we start to see a bit of the action coming in from this weekend Storm Mostly cloudy for most of the day tomorrow Bit of brain right around the ride. Home's We're talking mid to late afternoon. Ah, hi, tomorrow 53. So we start off with some pretty mild weather Friday night. Tomorrow night. We'll see occasional rain alot in the forties and then Saturday, the rain really heavy stuff shows up. Become very windy out there throughout the afternoon and evening hours in the National Weather Service get we've already got a winter storm Watch up for Saturday and getting into Sunday a really Middlesex county in parts of Essex County, North and West Because there is a chance you could see some very heavy wet snow in those areas accumulations not quite out yet. Of course, we'll keep you posted when we know more everything moving out, though on Sunday Live local and fiercely independent. This is WBZ news radio. 44 degrees right now in Boston. We've cleared out a beautiful Thursday night in the city of Boston at 7 45. Good evening to you. I'm Nicole Davis. And here the five things you need to know. Cove in 19 numbers out tonight for Massachusetts. DPH reporting more than 6400 new cases, 49 more people have Died. States seven day positivity average. 5.29% nation's top infectious disease expert, Dr Anthony Fauci says Once the FDA approves it, a new covert vaccine will be distributed in his words almost immediately. State Civil Service Commission now says they're launching a new probe into the hiring.
"civil service commission" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"We've been watching for you this evening over allegations of favoritism at the meth, you and Police department. Tonight. The state Civil Service Commission says it's launching a new probe into the department specifically how they hire and promote people on new letter to Mayor Neil Perry and the chief Joseph Solomon, the agency is demanding documents center received over the past 10 years concerning the hiring and the promotion of officers. Now, Chief. Solomon maintains only the mayor has the power to promote or hire anybody here. Solomon is one of the highest paid police chiefs in the country, making more than 300 grand a year last, some of them through in City Council voted no confidence in the chief. 7 36 6 American rappers now charged in a nationwide credit card theft scheme. A federal grand jury in Springfield, Massachusetts, returned an indictment charging Gee Herb, Oh rock star roadie and four other Chicago area rappers with using stolen credit cards to pay for their lifestyle. Prosecutors said the men victimized businesses across the United States so they could pay for private jet in yacht charters, private chef security guards, luxury hotels and designer puppies. They all face conspiracy charges along with identity theft. The actual cardholders disputed the charges on their accounts, meaning businesses and individuals suffered financial losses. Aaron Qatar Ski ABC News, New York and Waltham. Police worry are warning you rather about scams going on in the area of latest one, by the way, related to covert 19, and as we see so frequently with these scams Targeting seniors. Officials say they're offering seniors fraudulent covert tests in exchange for their credit card info. Say another big scam right now targeting seniors is from somebody who calls a sense. Apparently, they're selling a covert vaccine that they can go and pick up the pharmacy, which again is just not true. You're asking anybody to be vigilant against scammers. Take a minute. Of course of somebody tells you something that's too good to be true. City officials in Waltham say. Well, it probably is. In the Department of Justice now filing a lawsuit against Facebook. They claim the social maybe a giant is discriminating against workers, O J says the lawsuit alleges Facebook refused to recruit or higher what it says We're qualified US workers for over 2600 positions at the company alleging Facebook instead channeled these positions toward temporary visa holders that could then be sponsored for permanent work status or green cards. It says, rather than conducting a genuine search for qualified and available US workers for positions sought by some temporary visa holders. It says Facebook reserved the positions for them. Facebook said in a statement of disputes the allegations, but cannot comment further on pending litigation. Micro Malard ABC NEWS 7 38 over the Bloomberg Business vaccine Hope had been sending Wall Street to records. But today only one of the main indexes finished at a new high. That was the NASDAQ Up. 28 down, finished up 86 not enough for a record. Has to be 500 finished down to concern over whether a Democratic administration would push for stricter gun control laws help fire up demand for guns heading toward the election after the Bell, Smith and Wesson reporting its revenue doubled in the quarter that ended less than a week before Election Day versus a year earlier. Profit came in and better than forecast $52 million..
Boston Area's Methuen City Councilor Calls On State To Investigate Police Department
"At the meth, you and Police department. Tonight. The state Civil Service Commission says it's launching a new probe into the department specifically how they hire and promote people on new letter to Mayor Neil Perry and the chief Joseph Solomon, the agency is demanding documents center received over the past 10 years concerning the hiring and the promotion of officers. Now, Chief. Solomon maintains only the mayor has the power to promote or hire anybody here. Solomon is one of the highest paid police chiefs in the country, making more than 300 grand a year last, some of them through in City Council voted no confidence in the chief. 7
"civil service commission" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Pass route 14 in ducks, burry and routes 24 95 south or clear to the Rhode Island line. My king WBC's traffic on the threes, All right, We're watching that storm this weekend. We'll get to that in just a moment. But of course. Have start tonight, right? It's looking pretty good out there right now. Nothing to worry about on the radar. We'll see a few clouds coming in tonight, though, with a low just about 40. And for tomorrow it will be a great day. Maybe a little bit of sun peeking through in the morning, But this rain's going to really start moving in throughout the afternoon. Hours high tomorrow just about 53 Cool off tomorrow night. Occasional rain alone. You're 45. The big stuff. The main event shows up on Saturday. And, of course, it's a little early to tell just how much of this is going to be rain and just how much of this is going to be snow, But I can tell you that whatever rain does fall is going to be very heavy at times, and it's going to get very windy out there for all of us in the afternoon hours, especially but really through Saturday night. That's when the forecast says We're seeing wind gust of 50 60 miles an hour right there by the coast. Certainly put plenty gusty out there, too. If you're north and west of Boston so you could expect from flooding in the usual spots, and the National Weather Service does have a winter storm watch up for Middlesex County and points West, especially north of the pike. That's because some areas could end up seeing some snow. But again, it's still too early for accumulations. Don't want to give you the wrong info here, but you're going to want to stay with WBC. We will keep you posted throughout the weekend Storm by the way, expected to move out on Sunday. And after that, it's just gonna be a little bit chilly out there. Real feels really only in the twenties to wrap up the weekend, however, certainly more mild than that out there right now, so we'll take it 44 degrees on the taping yaar myth, and it looks like right now we're seeing 37 Worcester 38 level right now. In Boston at 7 35. We're down to 44 degrees on an update Now on a story we've been watching for you this evening over allegations of favoritism at the meth, you and Police department. Tonight. The state Civil Service Commission says it's launching a new probe into.
"civil service commission" Discussed on Behind The Lens
"In savings. So cautiously right now, it looks like the city will get to the end of the year without having to borrow a lot of money just to to pay those everyday cost expenditures. I guess the bigger question beyond the the borrowing and maybe the day do borrowing first is are they predicting that they'll get to the end of this year at least without without her furloughs turning into layoffs? Yeah. I so there's definitely something related to personnel and payroll is coming soon. Whether that's going to be this year or for next year. I don't know my guess would be that most of the rest of the cuts will come in the 2021 budget, but that would just my prediction. I'll sing Cantrell. She sent a letter to the Civil Service Commission about these these employee furloughs and and in the letter she says in no uncertain terms that there are more per month. Now Cuts coming, you know, we we talked about that recurring Revenue shortfall next year. So they're saying we're going to see something similar next year, except we're not going to get care Zach money and we can't rely on another hair as long as you coming to a settlement or to a conclusion. So what they're really worried about is is twenty Twenty-One and the Personnel cuts that they're going to have to make for the next year. We're going to find out more about that when she releases her executive budget. Absolutely, you know, usually when they're talking about Personnel Cuts they're going to cut positions through attrition first before doing actual. So that's what I would expect to see first. Yeah, and they've been doing that. I mean, there's been a hiring freeze all year. So there are a lot of vacant positions and they've been making exceptions to that rule. But yeah, that's been the strategies so far and just tobacco what we're saying just to read it in Cantrell's own own writing. She's she writes to the Civil Service Commission when we introduced the 2021 budget wage. End of this month that budget will necessarily include Personnel spending cuts. And then she says that will come through some combination of furloughs pay reductions and or layoffs. So again by the end of October we should not be sterilized. I just just to clarify. I don't think we actually talked about what they were they amount to attend a 10% across-the-board pay cut for the rest of the year. So then you know the next mon next couple of months and that's going to be accomplished by furloughing people one day per pay period to request this by the Civil Service Commission is this just the way the way that the Byzantine way that it works in the government and that's the process by which he has to do this. It's her it's her budget. Well, well it is It is yes, but in order to in order to do layoffs and furloughs, you have to go through the the Civil Service Commission, which is an independent body that essentially exists to make sure the the Personnel actions are not being taken with political considerations in mind. Okay, so that a Civil Service employee can't be laid off or furloughed because they have angered the mayor of some lawyer. So so that's you know, that's that's a process that exists that both the city and state levels. What mayor Cantrell is asking of the Civil Service Commission. They're really kind of two thousand two separate requests in this letter one is a request for the for approval for the furloughs themselves to the Personnel director who is uh, that's an administrative position not home of the Civil Service Commission, but she runs into the civil service department and that's a standard procedure for frivolous part of that standard procedure for furloughs. However is a 30-day no way Jose. Requirement if in this case you want to start the furloughs immediately. You need to get a Civil Service Commission vote to waive the 30-day notice. But I think what the mayor is saying here is that is that if I have to do a 30 day notice requirement and wait until November to actually start these furloughs. We're gonna be talking about a lot more furlough days for employees to the last part of the Year. Oh, okay. Okay Charles framing this to the Civil Service Commission is please approve this quickly because you don't you know, we can either give you know, we found a furlough people six days for the rest of the year starting now or if we wait and we have to you know debate this for two months then it's going to be 6 days for a low just in December, you know, that's going to be more bunched up and people are going to feel that affect a little bit harder. So her argument to the Civil Service Commission is this is coming it's necessary home. Worth noting that mayor Cantrell said she was also taking that cut and her first other elected officials to as well. So it's hypothetically going to affect the entire city with not just the library people right and an update to this story just after recording the New Orleans Civil Service Commission voted to allow mayor Latoya Cantrell to go forward with the plan to partially furlough all city employees through the end of the year effective this Monday all city employees will be furloughed for one day. Every two weeks pay. Six total days through the end of the year equation a roughly 10% pay cut for the last three months of the year the measure passed in a three-to-one vote commissioner Clifton more the one member who's nominated by city employees was the sole no vote Michael the song and story you wrote about this week. The New Orleans city council is set to consider an ordinance that would Place tighter restrictions on how the city uses surveillance technology. Why is the city council? Trying to limit surveillance. Yes. So this ordinance has been in the works. I actually looked it up yesterday since March eleventh. It was a smart and sustainable cities committee that they were considering what they were calling a smart cities pilot, which was going to install these smart street lights in the central business district cameras and audio detection capabilities. And so we went to the meeting to cover what the discussion would be and and kind of surprisingly councilman. Jason Williams says we're going to press pause on as on people have brought up. I'm certain concerns about this technology and kind of spoke on this really high level about how there was a need to really take a step back from surveillance as a whole and create more of a a real regulatory framework for them. They should consider, you know new surveillance Technologies. I mean a big part of this conversation at the time was this group called ion surveillance, which held this rally this week, you know, they they're trying to track the surveillance job. I'm in New Orleans and and it's really hard because these Technologies are being built into more and more stuff that isn't, you know necessarily directly related to criminal justice. So this was a toss-up cities pilot and they were arguing, you know, how in the world could we you know, would we be expected to know that this would mean more surveillance? So that was kind of the conversation at the time they wrote up this ordinance. That was no really thorough and it had some outright bans for certain pieces of Technology like facial recognition and it's set up this really extensive kind of oversight wage reporting system for surveillance technology. So it would it would set up a system by which you know, you would have to submit a request to the city council to add any new piece of surveillance equipment. And if they approved it that would only last for three years, so you would have to come back every three years and and read justify your use of a certain piece of surveillance equipment. There were also annual reporting requirements so dead. It would have been a whole new, you know, regulatory scheme within the government that didn't exist before so that was you know, the ordinance as originally written besides the smart streetlights. What else do they have out there, hundreds of cameras that they own throughout the city that feed into the real time crime Center which was built in 2017 other cameras that feed into that station. We also have a program called sage Jim Platinum, which allows people to connect their private personal cameras to that system and there.
"civil service commission" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"News Radio Time is tuo to the Aurora Civil Service Commission has decided not to give a fired Aurora Patrol officer his job back after Levi Huh? Fine left a prisoner upside down. While restrained in the back seat of his patrol car last summer or from Fox 30 one's Laurie Jane Gliha. The commission said her finds total disregard for the health and safety of should take Kelly. Reflects discredit on him and poorly on the Aurora Police Department. They called his actions a demonstration of inhumanity and called his behavior callous and so egregious that the ultimate sanction of termination was warranted. After the decision, Aurora police chief Vanessa Wilson tweeted that she's committed to a new way of policing one that will reshape and rebuild how they interact with the community while promoting transparency and earning trust. Colorado Secretary of State Jenna Griswald testified to a congressional subcommittee about elections, foreign interference and cybersecurity Tuesday. Griswold says foreign enemies are still trying to influence our elections in foreign countries interfere with our elections. It undermines faith in the entire electoral process. When voters out the process, they are less likely to participate, which weakens the very nature of our democracy. Griswald says. Congress needs to give states More resource is for election cyber security as well as counter intelligence response The Broncos give the Highlands Ranch native a contract extension. Tuesday, the Broncos signed nose tackle Mike Purcell to a three year contract extension. That'll keep him in Denver through 2023 deals worth 14.8 million with almost seven million of that guaranteed, as you might imagine, the Highlands Ranch in Wyoming product has been cut 10 Times by six teams is happy. He found a home with his hometown team. It's It's amazing. It's a complete lesson, that's for sure. Now the attorney has been up and down. Let's be home only year of Denver Broncos and everything like that. My family and I just Broncos held a light workout Tuesday after having the last four days off, but quarterback Drew law did not participate. You seal training center brandy crystal radio. I'm Chad Bauer on K Away News, Radio 8:50, A.m. and 90 for one. FM. The world's eyes. Everyone.
Police in Colorado release video of woman restrained with her head on floor of police car crying for help
"Aurora Police officer could learn whether or not he will be reinstated This week. week. Levi Levi Huh, Huh, Fine, Fine, restrained restrained a a black black woman woman and and Pinter Pinter on on the the floorboard floorboard of of his his patrol patrol car car while while she she screamed screamed for for help. help. She She was was screaming screaming Officer, Officer, Please Please let let me me out. out. Don't Don't cooperate, cooperate, I I promise. promise. Please let me out. Please let me go over In a moment. It was the please lend me a fine placed his body Cameron, the window of the car, which also showed another person cursing out the former officer at times during a ride that lasted about 20 minutes. Least chief Vanessa Wilson fired how fine in August 2019 calling the incident beyond human decency finds Attorney says the former officer is a scapegoat for larger issues within the Aurora Police Department. The Aurora Civil Service Commission will be meeting for a scheduled meeting tomorrow
"civil service commission" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Trump is positive President Tweeting early Friday morning, Flotus and I tested positive for covert 19. We will begin our quarantine and recovery process immediately. We will get through this together thought, says Carmen Roberts. The president was last seen in public yesterday at a fund raising event in New Jersey. A threatening phone call linked to the Rianna Taylor investigation leads to the indictment of a Kansas man, Wesley Clay is accused of calling a phone line dedicated to the tailor investigation in Kentucky, officials say. After stating his name, Clay said, You will die if you do not give Rianna Taylor Justice. Taylor was shot and killed by Louisville police in March. Parking months of sometimes violent protest. Officials say the call was made the same day a grand jury decided not to charge the officers directly involved in Taylor's death. If convicted, Clay could face up to five years in prison. Ah, former Colorado police officer is trying to get his job back. Levi Huh? Fine was let go from the Aurora Police department after ignoring the cries of a black woman who was restrained in the back of his police cruiser in 2019 yesterday, he testified. For a Civil service commission. He had her hobbled her hands were restrained at her feet were restrained in the back of his patrol car. And then she fell off this seat and ended up head first with the head kind of on the floorboard, and he never turned around. Help her even though she was screaming and crying and even at one point called him master asking for help. He never went back there to make sure or to see what was going on. So this is what he had to say during his testimony. I'm sorry it was a mistake,.
"civil service commission" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"In the backseat of a patrol car, screaming and begging for help. She has slipped headfirst. Down into the floorboards behind the front seat and back seat. She's in that position for 21 minutes, her hands and feet cuffed behind her back. But Officer Levi Caffeine just keeps driving. The officer's attorney says he may not have been able to see just how bad the situation was in the backseat thoughts. He didn't stop. But Chief Wilson from Aurore believes the screams he heard Are all he needed to pull over and render some assistance Fiend is expected to testify in his own behalf later today. The ruling by the Civil Service Commission is expected later this month. Fox 30 one's Jim Hooley for Koray NewsRadio. Denver police giving a detailed account today of a man who was shot and critically injured by a Denver police officer. This happened on Saturday. The officer responding to a call about a man in a park near 37th and race, he was brandishing a large knife. Lieutenant Matt Clark says As soon as the officer got out of his car, the suspect was on the attack. The officer exited his vehicle begins verbally challenging the subject. Within two seconds of subject is sprinting towards the officer. Four seconds later, the officer discharged his weapon. The officer did fire seven rounds, including one bullet that struck a nearby car. It was occupied, but no one when the car was hurt, 30 year old bar Gonzalez being held on charges of assaulting a police officer menacing and possession of a weapon by a previous offender. Andrea heading to New York soon. Well, you may want to reconsider any travel plans you have that involve the state of New York health officials in that state announced this week that travelers from Colorado must now quarantine for two weeks when they arrived there. Travelers must also give info about their trips to the health Department or face a fine of up to $2000. They're keeping us out. Yeah, I know that they don't want us. They don't want us there. Our spike hasn't been nearly as bad as what you've seen around the country. Probably not. But who knows? In this world of travel? It is 7 36 Year on Colorado's Morning news. We got money news with pat coming up and a sports with B. K quarterback change for the Broncos right now, as we take a little drive,.
"civil service commission" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward
"So I'm pleased for that. You know. So this morning before I came into your studio I did announced that the one of. The majors will step up and be the interim chief A lot of folks believe that the mayor appoints the chief of police, the fire chief that is just not the case we are a statutory city we have Civil Service Commission. So we follow the civil service rules and laws of the state of Ohio but until that chief is permanently in the next next chief is perfectly in that position, I do get to appoint the interim chief and the choices are the three majors that we have in the civil service rules. Only the three majors are qualified to take the chiefs tests. Two of them have decided that they want to have an opportunity to take the test and become the next chief. Of police in the city of Marion, but in the meantime, Major McDonald will be the acting chief of police. The interim chief of police until such time as the test is administered and the results come back and then we'll know who the next chief of police is. Now, we're probably going to have to wait a couple of weeks hopefully, not a couple of months until we know that permanent new chief of police but we hope to get it done just before twenty one starts excellent very good and is that just how it works in Marian or is that the way it works across the country that you have to go from lieutenant to Major to chief or well I I I? Can't speak as how it works across the country I. Think there were a lot of municipalities have police departments in the state of Ohio at that way, it's really based upon are you a statutory city or a charter city Gra, a charter city mayors if there's a strong mayor, have a little bit more flexibility on who their chief of police and. Fire chief are but were statutory. So we fall the state laws in the Ohio revised code, and we have a civil service commission that administers the promotions in the Police Department suburb. Good. Very good. Well said. So that's how that works and then It looks like then you'll have the lieutenants taken the majors position the test in the majors taken achieve. To that's exactly right We'll have one majors position open because we obviously know that one of the three majors will become the next chief of police. So the lieutenants are the ones that are qualified to take the majors tests and just asked this morning. It looks like that the vast majority of our lieutenants will be sitting for the tests to become the.
"civil service commission" Discussed on KTRH
"Joe Biden has been skating along. Untouched. He wasn't beat up in the Democratic primary. It wasn't even seriously challenged in the Democrat primary, although you'll remember they wrote his obituary several times. He was done. Biden was done. And the truth is if Democrats had a better candidate. They'd put him in. Because they know they're going to battle against Donald Trump. With a guy who can't debate him. Is going to embarrass himself. They know that And they're scared about it. That's why they're already riding. Think pieces about how debates are overrated. We shouldn't even have him. Okay, that's interesting. Here's what's going to be important. Here's how Donald Trump wins. Right now. In America, there are sort of three pillars. One of them is the president. In the White House. The next is Antifa. In black lives matter, and they've taken over the streets in the major cities in this country. And third is Joe Biden. To the extent that antifa and black lives matter. Can be tied. To Joe Biden. Donald Trump wins. When people see and increasingly they're going to what's happening on the streets of this country. What's happening in the universities. What's happening in corporate America? When people see that this nastiness the nastiness doesn't go away if you get rid of Donald Trump. It gets worse. The nastiness gets worse because Joe Biden is behind this. Joe Biden is in favor of this. Joe Biden can't make this stop. What we've seen in Seattle, where the in Portland where they've created these autonomous zones. What we've seen in these places. This is only going to spread. It's only going to get worse. In Seattle. They've moved forward. With a plan to defund the police department. One City council members suggested that layoffs so we should lay off cops. And we should do it based on race. The police chief fires back, saying quote it is illegal to make layoffs based on race. Seattle looking to defund there Police Department by 50% layoffs will be inevitable. City Council member Lisa Herbold says those layoffs should be done by seniority, not by seniority, but by race. Herbold says. In the case, layoffs are necessary. One threat is firing by park, which is black, indigenous and people of color officers first Chief can request the public Safety Civil Service Commission. For permission to lay off out of order when doing so is in the best interest of efficient operations of his or her department. This means Chief doesn't have to fire the newest hire. First chief says firing by party members of the S P d would be harmful and I agree. I know she can argue Justus convincingly that maintaining the employment of by park officers is in the interest of efficient officers of the SPD. Chief Carmen Best responded, saying it is illegal to make layoffs based on race. I'm not sure where she's getting her legal advice, but the persons who are advising us or making sure we understand that it's illegal to do that. Now here's what's interesting. For decades. We've heard that what we want in this country is a quality for blacks quality for blacks be treated just like whites. Now what you're getting is black supremacy. Now what you're getting is fire the whites. Get rid of the whites. Promote blacks. It used to be affirmative action and let's try to help blacks. Now it is. Let's hurt whites. And what we see in this autonomous zone when they the chairs. First, it was the chop. And then it was a chair. They can't make up their silly little name when people got killed inside the zone. They wouldn't even let the fire trucks in. That's Joe Biden's America. That's what we have to make sure people understand if you want more of that nonsense that you're seeing on the streets elect Joe Biden. Cause I got news for you. If you want to see this country go to hell allow that nonsense to be endorsed out of the White House. You see how the city's air, pulling the cops back and letting the bad gas riot loot. Well, at least there's the fear that the feds could come in. What if you had a president going? That's fine. Do whatever you want, because I got news for you. That, Chazz, That's not exactly a vacation destination. Are you tired of responsibility? Patriarchy bathing, Then check with Mom and pack your bags because.
"civil service commission" Discussed on 600 WREC
"On that man's wet on the wheel. So here is the point. It's taken me too long to make my head there one to give some historical context to show how it's been done before right now. Here we are. Almost into August. Joe Biden has been skating along. Untouched. He wasn't beat up in the Democratic primary. He wasn't even seriously challenged in the Democrat primary, although you'll remember they wrote his obituary several times. He was done. Biden was done. And the truth is if Democrats had a better candidate. That put him in. Because they know they're going to battle against Donald Trump. With a guy who can't debate him. Is going to embarrass himself. They know that And they're scared about it. It's one of their already writing. Think pieces about how debates are overrated. We shouldn't even have him. Okay, That's interesting. Here's what's going to be important. Here's how Donald Trump wins. Right now. In America, there are sort of three pillars. One of them is the president. In the White House. The next is Antifa. And black lives matter, and they've taken over the streets in the major cities in this country. And third is Joe Biden. To the extent that antifa and black lives matter. Can be tied. To Joe Biden. Donald Trump wins. When people see and increasingly they're going to what's happening on the streets of this country. What's happening in the universities. What's happening in corporate America? When people see that this nastiness the nastiness doesn't go away if you get rid of Donald Trump. It gets worse. The nastiness gets worse because Joe Biden is behind this. Joe Biden is in favor of this. Joe Biden can't make this stop. What we've seen in Seattle, where they in Portland, where they've created these autonomous zones. What we've seen in these places. This is only going to spread. It's only going to get worse. In Seattle. They've moved forward. With a plan to defund the police department. One City council members suggested that layoffs so we should lay off cops. And we should do it based on race. The police chief fires back, saying quote it is illegal to make layoffs based on race. Seattle looking to defund there Police Department by 50% layoffs will be inevitable. City Council member Lisa Herbold says those layoffs should be done by seniority, not by seniority, but by race. Herbold says. In the case, layoffs are necessary. One threat is firing by park, which is black, indigenous and people of color officers first Chief can request the public Safety Civil Service Commission. For permission to lay off out of order when doing so is in the best interest of efficient operations of his or her department. This means Chief doesn't have to fire the newest hire. First chief says firing by party members of the S P d would be harmful and I agree. I know she can argue Justus convincingly that maintaining the employment of by park officers is in the interest of efficient officers of the SPD. Chief Carmen Best responded, saying it is illegal to make layoffs based on race. I'm not sure where she's getting her legal advice, but the persons who are advising us or making sure we understand that it's illegal to do that. Now here's what's interesting. For decades. We've heard that what we want in this country is a quality for blacks quality for blacks be treated just like whites. Now what you're getting is black supremacy. Now what you're getting is fire the whites. Get rid of the whites. Promote blacks. It used to be affirmative action. Let's try to help blacks. Now it is. Let's hurt whites. And what we see in this autonomous zone when they Chazz first it was the chop, and then it was a chance. I can't make up their silly little name when people got killed inside the zone. They wouldn't even let the fire trucks in. That's Joe Biden's America. That's what we have to make sure people understand if you want more of that nonsense that you're seeing on the streets elect Joe Biden. Cause I got news for you. If you want to see this country go to hell allow that nonsense to be endorsed out of the White House. You see how the city's air, pulling the cops back and letting the bad gas riot loot. Well, at least there's the fear that the feds could come in. What if you had a president going? That's fine. Do whatever you want, because I got news for you. That Chazz, That's not exactly a vacation destination. Are you tired of responsibility, patriarchy, bathing, then check with Mom and pack your bags. Because.
Senator Kamala Harris, Kamala Harris Center And Vice President discussed on Sean Hannity
"There was a real clash between kamala harris center harris and former vice president joe by knee issue was on race take a listen to this exchange director vice president biden i cannot believe you are racist and i agree with you when you commit yourself to the importance of finding common ground but i also believe any personal was actually very it was hurtful To hear you talk about the reputations of two United States senators who built their reputations and career on the segregation of race in this country. And it was not only that, but you also worked with them to oppose busing, and there was a little girl in California, who is part of the second class to integrate her public schools, and she was bused to school every day. And that little girl was me. my position across the board i did not praise racist that is not true number one number two if we want to have this campaign litigated who support civil rights whether i did or not i'm happy to do that i was a public defender i didn't become a prosecutor came out and i left a good law firm to become a public defender when in fact when in fact my city was inflamed because of the sas nations dr king the fact is that in terms of the busing i never would have been able to go school the same exact way because it was a local decision made by your city council that's fine that's one of things argued for that we should not be we should be breaking down these lines Do you agree today that you were wrong oppose busing in America? Then do you agree did not? In America, what I toast is bussing ordered by the department of education. That's. of states to into knowing schools in america i was part of the class to integrate berkeley california public schools almost two decades after brownie board of education because your city council may decision of recession Session. Because. History. Fail to preserve the civil rights. I want you to realize what you just heard. That was the debate. The democratic debate sponsored by the Democratic National Committee. Debating busing and race. Between Senator Kamala Harris and vice president Biden. argue with each other i think kamala harris won the day on that debate by the way clearly against a vice president biden i thought it was a i don't know if it'll be a fatal knockout punch but it was a big punch but they were debating this and joe biden could not get himself to say what kamala harris wanna to saying she was that young girl and i thought that was a brilliant line by the way no matter what position you want you can argue the merits of these positions but the delivery of that line the timing of that line as a litigator some of those court in our use cases around the country and other cases that was a well delivered well-crafted line jordan i think politically though it shows what's going on inside the democratic party and also shows the history of the democratic racist party all his friends that keeps talking about the cory booker was upset about and kamala harris was upset about they went republicans they were democrats who were who are who are these southern democrats would work across the aisle with and he was proud to do it even though they were nasty guys and and but ultimately we wish freetown's was still around he said that south carolina democratic event for tallinn's it was again a leading advocate for yeah segregation until very late in his career to very lateness grimace thematic come to jesus moment if you will but very late in their careers joe biden is reeling from this today his supporters are questioning whether he's got the got the goods to get past this this is the vice president who served with the first black president the united states and he is being you know she saying you're racist but you supported racist policies yeah so i've got our director of policy at the american center for law and justice where national international public interest law firm were involved in a lot of issues our director of policy is professor harry hutchison law professor specialising law and economics religious liberty civil rights understands that professor hutchinson let me start with you on this one i listen to that dialogue i think kamala harris clearly won the day but what it speaks to a larger issue i think well it does and i think jordan touched on it but first let me say that when democrats bicker president trump wins i think that's important secondly it's important not to forget the history of the democratic party in the united states and so if you look back to president woodrow wilson what did he do what is singular accomplishment he re segregated the civil service commission in the united states so essentially he took the position that african americans as government workers should indeed be second class citizens in addition to all of that of course he strongly supported eugenics he strongly supported getting rid of the unfit and a lot of his ideas more base simply and unmistakably on one thing and one thing only race and racial segregation so what we are witnessing in this debate between kamala harris and joe biden is the relitigate action of democratic history their support for racist policies their support for you jenex their support for segregation and it is a clear and unmistakable record of subordination and suppression this is a history that is not discussed but it is in fact the historical truth of what was going on so when kamala harris what after joe biden on this jordan she had the right to do it because the history was there and joe biden participated in it now it is he participated basically arguing so everybody understands what joe biden was arguing states rights republican says that it's a national disaster if joe biden says it it's his defenses and by the way this is the other fallacy of his defense as some of the does litigators his argument that this is a local school board decision and kamala harris school was allowed to be integrated because the local school board did is ignorant the fact that it took federal court orders in states that were having the segregation issue to actually put this into play in other words to have the schools integrators when do it jump by congress run to it and he praises his friends that he says we'll see i was able to work across the aisle with racist that is not a good message in and twenty nineteen won't be in twenty twenty this idea that i could work across the aisle with my fellow democrat racist because his harry said he was supporting legistlation that was putting in those differences that there's twin black and white and treating civil servants differently based on their race and so re segregating a federal department that is the joe by that is who the democrats think they should have debating donald trump or even running for president united states i think a lot of those candidates debate school busing all you want but the kamala harris had the story which was what about all the little girls like me who didn't get this because you joe biden and your friends that you loved appraise talk about
"civil service commission" Discussed on KCRW
"President Trump will travel to the southern border tomorrow NPR's Windsor. Johnston reports Trump's visit caps a week of renewed threats to shut down the border. If Mexico does not stop migrants from crossing into the US legally Trump will visit the border town of collect Zico where a two mile section of border fence was replaced last year with a thirty foot wall. The town is home to thousands of agricultural workers who cross the border daily, and it's a region that would likely take an economic hit at Trump follows through with his threat to shut down the border. The White House says the president will also take part in a roundtable discussion with local law enforcement officials. This is NPR news from KCRW, I'm Cheri laser. With this local news update LA county sheriff Alex via Nuevas been facing off against the county. Board of supervisors the issue being waves decision to rehire deputy who'd been fired over allegations of domestic abuse. But turns out that's not the only problem deputy who's been given us. Second chance is KCRW. Daryl Sassaman reports the wave also rehired officer who'd been fired for roughing up a suspect. The decision to rehire deputy Michael court all is once again raising fears that Vienna. Wave is abandoning reforms that were adopted in the LA sheriff's department after corruption scandal a few years ago court y'all was fired in two thousand sixteen after investigators determined that he used unreasonable force and failed to use deescalation techniques in an encounter with a man suspected of breaking into vehicles in Lancaster Vienna. Ueva quietly rehired court y'all during his first few months in office. According to the LA times, the sheriff told the board of supervisors last month that he had only rehired one deputy Karen Carl Montoya who was dismissed for stalking and threatening a former girlfriend Vienna. That has vigorously defended that move saying men doing and was denied due process. The supervisors though have taken the unusual step of going to court. To try to block men DOI reinstatement saying the sheriff doesn't have the authority to override decisions by the county civil service commission for KCRW. I'm Darrel settlement. The wave says the process to reinstate cordial, followed longstanding policy and included input. From the department's lawyers one big storm could put hundreds of thousands of homes in the San Gabriel valley underwater. That's the assessment of engineers who say the Whittier narrows dam is in desperate need of repairs. A plan is in the works to fix that. But his case here w Carson Miller reports things are moving too slowly for some local politicians the US. Army corps of engineers says repairing the Whittier narrows dam is high priority and that they will finish about five years. But a group of San Gabriel valley lawmakers want to expedite that. They asked a house committee this week to allocate an extra one hundred million dollars in the cores budget for dam repairs. Democrat Judy CHU is among the representatives pushing for the project to be completed by goal year into. Twenty twenty five projects that should be a high priority because after all this affects the residences and the infrastructure in the valley the damn sits on the San Gabriel river in the smaller Rio Hondo. If it were to fail engineer say some one million.