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"columbus art commission" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

07:55 min | 2 years ago

"columbus art commission" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"So there is a town in Ohio that is between Cleveland and Akron and can in Youngstown in Pittsburgh that Ah has decided to take a different tact with statues while everyone is tearing them down. David Lynch, who is the city manager for Newton Falls says Send them to us, David, Welcome to the program. How are you? Great to be here. Glenn Outstanding, Beautiful day in the Buckeye State. So you have you have Columbus? Taking down the statues of Columbus. Uh, and it's it's insane. What has been going on with Thomas Jefferson and Abraham Lincoln and George Washington? Patrick carry all of these legends? You decided to go the other way. First of all. What prompted you to do that? And second? What is this response Been? Well, we're probably to some extent was recently installed A beautiful replica statue of the Statue of Liberty here. Newton Falls, Ohio and that statue, of course. It was commemorated by a beautiful poem by Emma Lazarus, which in part says Bring your tired, your hungry, your huddled masses yearning to be free and in my imagination. I imagine statues of Washington Jefferson, Patrick Kennedy and Abraham Lincoln to see on a strip of the statue of Washington says Well, boys, where do we go now? And and my imaginative sequence. I said, George, right here in neutral falls would be loved to salute all of you and and I hope we get him. So if you had any takers so far, because I don't know I I'm building a museum down in Texas and we have offered. We've gotten one city to which will remain nameless one city to give us Their statue. But even if we put them in storage for awhile, they need to be preserved. They are so incredibly important. Has anyone taken you up on this. Well, we issue the proclamation, coincidentally, but but in a way that makes sense on July 4th this past Saturday, and the only town like I've had so far is with the Columbus Arts Commission, which was responsible for the removal. Of Christopher Columbus from the City Hall in Columbus, Ohio, and Lady from the commission said they will take it under consideration. Freakley glad It's been such a short period of time that I think a number of these communities while they're succumbing to the fear of taking them down. I haven't quite figured out what they're going to do with them. And quite frankly, they're somewhat be funneled. The idea that some other community wants to put the statue's in a place of honor. So I think the dust will have to settle for a while. And I'm hoping by mid August or so will begin to get some responses and Some of these communities will start thinking about giving these statues an opportunity to be observed. I mean, I just think it's going to be. It's going to be shameful when when this all blows by. Ah, and we we calmly and rationally. Look at Abraham Lincoln Statue's George Washington statues on and and they've been removed in one city and their sitting in another city that had the balls to not go over the cliff with the rest of humanity. I think it's going to be really embarrassing for those cities eventually. Yeah, I think it will be. But I will also tell you. The response I've gotten from across the country shows that it will be a terrific economic development boom. For Newton Falls were small community of 5000 folks and we want people to come here were very historic community famous for their own heads buried out in fields am of the last Covered greens in America. And so people do come here to talk and deal with history. And it could be a tremendous boon based on the responses I've gotten. People are saying to me, my gosh, those stairs, you know that statue of Teddy Roosevelt from the Natural History Museum. It's a priceless work of art. Imagine a small community like ours being able to display that statue in a statuary garden here in this community, we're gonna have to build more hotels, and that's a good thing. Yeah. Eso. Donald Trump said he was going to do the same thing. He was gonna have a statuary Park and I didn't like it coming from the president. Quite honestly, because I don't want another national. I don't want another national park and quite honestly, I'd rather have my president say. What are you doing? Stop pulling the statues down, But I appreciated in a local community. Were you surprised that on the same day you announced that he did, too. Uh, I was somewhat surprised. But knowing that the president traditionally likes to protect history. It wasn't unexpected at all. And You know the fact that he's thinking about the importance of good. We're not just talking about preserving history. We're talking about preserving a respect for the great achievements. Of these men. A lot of these men had flaws, warts in the personal lives and in the way they handled some policies is on and there are no great leaders. That haven't had certainly dreams of feet of clay. Winston Churchill simply could be criticized for the way he handled of the nation of India. But the fact is, when great people when great things were done. We need to do to achieve our own ambitions by observing statues and learning about these heroes. I agree. 100%. David. Thank you so much. I appreciate it. David Lynch is the Ohio City manager whom Newton falls. If you have a statue in your town, you want it preserved. Newton Falls will be Mohr than happy to take it. You just get David on the phone. He's the Ohio City manager of Newton Falls also with we'll tell you Mercury one We are building a museum, in fact, were about Teo Open the doors of the inbetween step of our museum, and we'll tell you more about that later in the summer. But we are warehousing on awful lot of history now, and we would love to have one of your statues if you don't want it. We will preserve it on. We will hold it for you until reasonable times doesn't mean we agree with the people that have been in the monument, but I would take a Woodrow Wilson statue. I hate him. But I would take a Woodrow Wilson statue because I believe it's art. It's history on and the only way to learn is if you have both sides of that that history All right. I want to. I want to tell you about two other people that I met just recently. And I have never, ever done this before. But I was on boarding new clients. And Ah, it's Ah, It's temp in toss and it's ah, it's of thing that you put on your your kid's forehead on DH..

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"columbus art commission" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

08:29 min | 2 years ago

"columbus art commission" Discussed on 600 WREC

"In Ohio that is between Cleveland and Akron and can in Youngstown in Pittsburgh. That Ah has decided to take a different tact with statues while everyone is tearing them down. David Lynch, who is the city manager for Newton Falls. Says. Send them to us. David. Welcome to the program. How are you? Great to be here. Glenn Outstanding, Beautiful day in the Buckeye State. So you have you have Columbus? Taking down the statues of Columbus. And it's It's insane. What has been going on with Thomas Jefferson and Abraham Lincoln and George Washington? Patrick Harry all of these legends? You decided to go the other way. First of all. What prompted you to do that? And second? What is this response Been? Well, probably to some extent, was recently installed A beautiful replica statue of the Statue of Liberty here. Newton Falls, Ohio. And that statue, of course. It was commemorated by a beautiful poem by Emma Lazarus, which in part bringing your tired your hungry your huddled masses yearning to be free and in my imagination. I imagine statues of Washington Jefferson, Patrick Kennedy and Abraham Lincoln put a C on a strip of the statue of Washington says Well, boys, where do we go now? And in my imaginative sequence, I said, George, right here in New York. Calls would be loved to salute all of you and and I hope we get him. So have you had any takers so far? Because I don't know, I I'm building a museum down in Texas and we have offered. We've gotten one city to which will remain nameless one city to give us Their statue. But even if we put them in storage for awhile, they need to be preserved. They are so incredibly important. Has anyone taken you up on this. Well, we issue the proclamation, coincidentally, but but in a way that makes sense on July 4th this past Saturday, and the only time like I've had so far is with the Columbus Arts Commission, which was responsible for the removal. Of Christopher Columbus from the City Hall in Columbus, Ohio, and Lady from the commission said they will take it under consideration. Frankly glad it's been such a short period of time that I think a number of these communities while they're succumbing to the fear of taking them down. I haven't quite figured out what they're going to do with them. And quite frankly, they're somewhat be funneled The idea that some other community wise to put the statue's in a place of honor. So I think the dust will have to settle for a while. And I'm hoping by mid August or so will begin to get some responses and Some of these communities will start thinking about giving these statues an opportunity to be observed. I mean, I just think it's going to be. It's going to be shameful when when this all blows by. Ah, and we we calmly and rationally. Look at Abraham Lincoln Statue's George Washington statues on and and they've been removed in one city and their sitting in another city that had the balls to not go over the cliff with the rest of humanity. I think it's going to be really embarrassing for those cities eventually. Yeah, I think it will be. But I will also tell you that the response I've gotten from across the country shows that it will be a terrific economic development boom. For Newton Falls were small community of 5000 folks and we want people to come here were very historic community famous for arrowheads buried out in field am of the last Covered brings in America and so people do come here to talk and deal with history, And it could be a tremendous boon based on the responses I've gotten. People are saying to me, my gosh, those stairs, you know that statue of Teddy Roosevelt from the Natural History Museum. Only if it's a priceless work of art. Imagine a small community like ours being able to display that statue in a statuary garden here in this community, we're gonna have to build more hotels, and that's a good thing. Yeah. Eso. Donald Trump said he was going to do the same thing. He was gonna have a statuary park at night. I didn't like it coming from the president. Quite honestly, because I don't want another national. I don't want another national park and quite honestly, I'd rather have my president say. What are you doing? Stop pulling the statues down, But I appreciated in a local community. Were you surprised that on the same day you announced that he did, too. I was somewhat surprised, but know that the president traditionally likes to protect history. It wasn't unexpected at all. And You know the fact that he's thinking about the importance of good. We're not just talking about preserving history. We're talking about preserving a respect for the great achievements. Of these men. A lot of these men had flaws, warts in their personal lives and in the lady handled some policies is and there are no great leaders. That haven't had certainly greens of feet of clay was. Churchill simply could be criticized for the way he handled of the nation of India. But the fact is, when great people great things were done. We need to do to achieve our own ambitions by observing statues and learning about these heroes. I agree. 100%. David. Thank you so much. I appreciate it. David Lynch is the Ohio City manager who Newton falls. If you have a statue in your town, you want it preserved. Newton Falls will be Mohr than happy to take it. You just get David on the phone. He's the Ohio City manager of Newton Falls, also I with we'll tell you Mercury one We are building a museum, in fact, were about Teo Open the doors of the inbetween step of our museum, and we'll tell you more about that later in the summer. But we are warehousing on awful lot of history now, and we would love to have one of your statues if you don't want it. We will preserve it on. We will hold it for you until reasonable times doesn't mean we agree with the people that have been in the monument, but I would take a Woodrow Wilson statue. I hate him. But I would take a Woodrow Wilson statue because I believe it's art. It's history. Ah, and the only way to learn is if you have both sides of that that history. All right. I want to. I want to tell you about two other people that I met just recently. And I have never, ever done this before. But I was on boarding new clients. And Ah, it's Ah, It's temp in toss and it's AH, It's a thing that you put on your kid's forehead on DH. You can take your your infant child's temperature. Really, really easy and it's it's a good It's a really good product. And so I was talking to him. But I just fell in love with the two women who are just these Just these two moms that are entrepreneurs from Ohio that saw an opportunity to do something because they were moms with, you know, kids, and they knew about taking temperatures, one of pain in the neck. It is Ah, and they I started this company and now with co vid..

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01:37 min | 2 years ago

"columbus art commission" Discussed on WTVN

"Paused, all conditioning. To ensure the health and safety of everyone on campus and in the community. I'm Jack Crumley Jackson, Mississippi's namesake Got the booted City Hall, the City council There is taking the first steps towards removing the statue of Andrew Jackson that stood in the Fountain Plaza at Jackson, Mississippi City Hall, since it was dedicated, almost 50 years ago. Meanwhile, is statues are being removed from several cities, including in Ohio. Newton Falls, Ohio City manager David Lynch told the Glenn Beck of this morning that the men who statues are being taken down had flaws. But they also accomplished Ah lot of good and he wants those statues set up in a statuary garden in his Ohio town recently installed a beautiful replica statue of the Statue of Liberty here. Newton Falls, Ohio. That statue, of course, was commemorated. A beautiful poem by Emma Lazarus, which in part has bringing your tired your hungry, your huddled masses yearning to be free and in my imagination, I imagine statues of Washington Jefferson, Patrick Kennedy and Abraham Lincoln put a sea on a ship in the statue of Washington says Well, boys, where do we go now? And in my imaginative sequence? I said, George, right here in Newton Falls would be loved a salute. All of you and and I hope we get. He says he has contacted the Columbus Arts Commission to see if they would be willing to let the Christopher Columbus statue that was recently removed from outside City Hall to be displayed in Newton Falls and two former executives of a domestic violence shelter in Fayette County are accused of stealing thousands of dollars from the organization. My sister's House executive.

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03:42 min | 2 years ago

"columbus art commission" Discussed on WTVN

"TV END due to a rise in Corona virus cases, Governor Mike DeWine yesterday ordered everyone in Franklin County, along with everyone in six other counties toe wear a mask when they're in public both inside and outside when they can't social distance. Continue to have AH, great concern. About about Franklin County. A swell azi other red counties that we're seeing That ordinance goes into effect starting at six o'clock tonight. Coz. I was supposed to reopen to their members today and then the general public on the 15th of this month, but due to a rise in cases, especially in Franklin County, they say those plans are now scrap. There is no word on a new re opening timeline. Jackson, Mississippi's namesake is getting the boot at City Hall, The city council there is taking the first steps towards moving a statue of Andrew Jackson, which is stood in front of Fountain Plaza at City Hall in Jackson, Mississippi, since it was dedicated almost 50 years. Ago. Meanwhile, the statues are being removed from several cities, including right here in Ohio. Newton Falls. Ohio City manager David Lynch told Glenn back this morning that the icons who the statues depict had flaws, but they accomplished a lot of good and he wants them set up in a garden in his town such a short period of time. That I think a number of these communities while there's succumbing to the fear of taking them down, even quite figured out what they're going to do with them, And, quite frankly, they're somewhat be funneled. The idea that some other community wants to put the statue's in a place of honor. So I think the dust will have to settle for a while and I'm hoping by mid August or so will begin to get some responses, and some of these communities will start thinking about giving the statues an opportunity to be observed. He says he has already contacted Columbus Arts Commission to see if they would be willing to let the Christopher Columbus statue that was recently removed from outside City Hall be displayed in Newton Falls. Walgreens is set to open hundreds of doctor's offices inside drug stores all around the U. S. They're partnering with Village, MD. To offer scheduled appointments, walk ins, home visits and telemedicine. Because of the covert 19 shutdowns in the drastic fall in air travel for months, one of the country's biggest airlines is now warning about half of their employees could be laid off Come October. United cannot layoff anybody right now because it took federal bailout money. But in the letter to employees, 36,000 United Workers are being told they may be laid off in October. Well, coming back slowly, the airline saying air travel is still way down. Among those who were targeted for layoffs over 2200 pilots, 15,000 flight attendants and 11,000 gate agents. Alex Stone, ABC Dares Radio 6 10 W TVN Sports Basketball. A nationwide arena Today is Carmen's crew. The Buckeye Alumni team debuts against House of Payne. Four o'clock tip off on ESPN. Nicolino. The latest Blue Jackets were eye back in Columbus is the C B J prepares to start Campbell on Friday. NHL restarted the season August 1st Gulf of Muirfield as the workday charity Open tees off tomorrow, followed by the memorial next week. W. TV and golf analyst Ray Husted Joy Joel this morning, saying the course set up will be tweeted from this week to next. The rough is going to be shorter, and they're going to move the tea's up in some cases because they want to protect the launch keys for next week. So in a lot of cases, you're goingto see shorter golf course. First groups off the tea tomorrow morning at 6 50 McCoy, his radio 6 10 w TVs. This planet is so gorgeous and so incredibly Beautiful that I can't get enough of it. I just can't. I did 950 miles on the Pacific Crest Trail and then decided they wanted to go hiking the Himalayas. I was.

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"columbus art commission" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

08:46 min | 2 years ago

"columbus art commission" Discussed on 600 WREC

"So there is a town in Ohio that is between Cleveland and Akron and can in Youngstown in Pittsburgh that Ah has decided to take a different tact with statues while everyone is tearing them down. David Lynch, who is the city manager for Newton Falls says Send them to us, David, Welcome to the program. How are you? Great to be here. Glenn Outstanding, Beautiful day in the Buckeye State. So you have you have Columbus? Taking down the statues of Columbus. Uh, and it's it's insane. What has been going on with Thomas Jefferson and Abraham Lincoln and George Washington? Patrick carry all of these legends? You decided to go the other way. First of all. What prompted you to do that? And second? What is this response Been? Well, probably to some extent, was recently installed A beautiful replica statue of the Statue of Liberty here. Newton Falls, Ohio. And that statue, of course. It was commemorated by a beautiful poem by Emma Lazarus, which in part bringing your tired your hungry your huddled masses yearning to be free and in my imagination. I imagine statues of Washington Jefferson, Patrick Kennedy and Abraham Lincoln put a C on the strip in the Statue of Washington says Well, boys, where do we go now? And in my imaginative sequence, I said, George, right here in New Falls would be loved to salute all of you and and I hope we get him. So if you had any takers so far, because I don't know I I I'm I'm building a museum down in Texas and we have offered. We've gotten one city to which will remain nameless one city to give us Their statue. But even if we put them in storage for awhile, they need to be preserved. They are so incredibly important. Has anyone taken you up on this. Well, we issue the proclamation, coincidentally, but but in a way that makes sense on July 4th this past Saturday, and the only town like I've had so far is with the Columbus Arts Commission, which was responsible for the removal. Of Christopher Columbus from the City Hall in Columbus, Ohio, and some lady from the commission said they will take it under consideration. Great. Frankly, Granite spent such a short period of time that I think a number of these communities while there's two coming to the fear of taking them down. I haven't quite figured out what they're going to do with them. And quite frankly, they're somewhat be funneled at the idea that some other community wise to put the statue's in a place of honor. So I think the dust will have to settle for a while. And I'm hoping by mid August or so will begin to get some responses, and some of these communities will start thinking about giving the statues and opportunity. To be observed. I mean, I just think it's going to be it's gonna be shameful when when this all blows by. Ah Ah and we we calmly and rationally. Look at Abraham Lincoln Statue's George Washington statues on and and they've been removed in one city and their sitting in another city that had the balls to not go over the cliff with the rest of humanity. I think it's going to be really embarrassing for those cities eventually. Yeah, I think it will be. But I will also tell you that the response I've gotten from across the country shows that it will be a terrific economic development boom. For Newton Falls were small community of 5000 folks and we want people to come here were very historic community famous for arrowheads buried out in field am of the last Covered brings in America and so people do come here to talk and deal with history, And it could be a tremendous boom based on the responses I've gotten. People are saying to me, my gosh, those stairs, you know that statue of Teddy Roosevelt from the Natural History Museum. It's a priceless work of art. Imagine a small community like ours being able to display that statue in a statuary garden here in this community, we're gonna have to build more hotels, and that's a good thing. Yeah. Eso. Donald Trump said he was going to do the same thing. He was gonna have a statuary park at night. I didn't like it coming from the president. Quite honestly, because I don't want another national. I don't want another national park and quite honestly, I'd rather have my president say. What are you doing? Stop pulling the statues down, But I appreciated in a local community. Were you surprised that on the same day you announced that he did, too. Uh, I was somewhat surprised, but knowing that the president traditionally likes to protect history. Um it wasn't unexpected at all. And You know the fact that he's thinking about the importance of good. We're not just talking about preserving history. We're talking about preserving a respect for the great achievements. Of these men. A lot of these men had flaws. Warts in their personal lives in and the lady handled some policies is on. There are no great leaders. That haven't had certainly greens of feet of clay was. Churchill simply could be criticized for the way he handled of the nation of India. But the fact is, when great people when great things were done. We need to do to achieve our own ambitions by observing statues and learning about these heroes. I agree. 100%. David. Thank you so much. I appreciate it. David Lynch is the Ohio City manager who Newton falls. If you have a statue in your town, you want it preserved. Newton Falls will be Mohr than happy to take it. You just get David on the phone. He's the Ohio City manager of Newton Falls also with we'll tell you Mercury one We are building a museum, in fact, were about Teo Open the doors of the inbetween step of our museum, and we'll tell you more about that later in the summer. But we are warehousing on awful lot of history now, and we would love to have one of your statues if you don't want it. We will preserve it on. We will hold it for you until reasonable times doesn't mean we agree with the people that have been in the monument, but I would take a Woodrow Wilson statue. I hate him. But I would take a Woodrow Wilson statue because I believe it's art. It's history on and the only way to learn is if you have both sides of that that history All right. I want to. I want to tell you about two other people that I met just recently. And I have never, ever done this before. But I was on boarding new clients. And Ah, it's Ah, It's temp in toss and it's ah, it's of thing that you put on your your kid's forehead on DH. You can take your your infant child's temperature. Really, really easy and it's it's It's a good It's a really good product. And so I was talking to him. But I just fell in love with the two women who are just these Just these two moms that are entrepreneurs from Ohio that saw an opportunity to do something because they were moms with, you know, kids and they knew about taking temperatures. What a pain in the neck. It is. Ah, and they I started this company and now with co vid. They have just exploded and they're doing something really, really good for the rest of the nation, And I just I really liked them. So I asked them to join me. Are they on Skype? Do we have them? It's Ah, April Holic and Shelly Heller. How are you guys?.

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01:35 min | 2 years ago

"columbus art commission" Discussed on WTVN

"Now, with an update on the big story here, Scott told for the first time in decades of statue of Christopher Columbus is not on display outside City Hall crews loaded up statue early this morning. Loaded it onto a flatbed semi truck, where it will be taken to be placed in storage Mayor and again they're called for its removal, citing the need to embrace diversity in the city. The Columbus Art Commission will look for a replacement piece of artwork for that spot. As some states continue. The process of reopening and others were having to riverbank to shutting things down, Dr Anthony found. She says he won't be surprised to see as many as 100,000 new Corona virus cases a day if people don't start doing more to contain the spread. Nationstop expert on infectious diseases, told the Senate committee Tuesday. Quote it could get very bad. The nation's currently adding 40,000 new cases a day. There are multiple scenarios being considered for Ohio's upcoming high school football season. Ohio High School Athletic Association says they still need info from state leaders before making any decisions. Previous discussions have included a full season or half season ball sports practice is slated to start August 1st with the season starting a few weeks later for Toledo City Council members, along with a local attorney, have been arrested for an alleged bribes for votes scheme. A criminal complaint was filed Tuesday. U. S District Court Larry Sykes, Yvonne Harper, Tyr on Riley and Gary Johnson are named in the suit, which says accept the bribe payments for official acts. It also says local attorney Keith Mitchell helped funnel the payments. Harvey Weinstein's victims finally getting some justice. A $19 million settlements been reached in two sexual misconduct lawsuits. It also freeze women from any non disclosure or confidentiality agreements. York's attorney general, calls it a win for every woman who's.

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03:52 min | 2 years ago

"columbus art commission" Discussed on WTVN

"End and just like that, it's gone. Cruz this morning loaded up stanch of Christopher Columbus outside City Hall onto a flatbed trailer of a semi truck to take the stand to and put it into storage. Mayor and you get there call for the statue to be removed, citing the need to embrace diversity get the Ransom Columbus Art Commission to come up with a new original piece of artwork to replace the statue, which had been outside City Hall for decades. New York City Council and Mayor Bill de Blasio agreed. A budget terms that included $1 billion cut to the bpd cuts mean the July police recruiting class will be canceled overtime reduced and plans for a new precinct station in Rockaway scrapped They're de Blasio says the $1 billion cut from the police Department will go to summer youth programming, education and nights of rec centers, Among other things, we have to keep the city safe. We have to protect the levels of patrol strength throughout our communities, and we had to make sure that we were really doing something to refocus. Resource is on young people, and he says he believes the budget does all of those. Scott Pringle, NBC News Radio, New York, New York Congresswoman Alexandria Kaze O. Cortez is not happy with that move, saying it doesn't go far enough, she said in a statement. Quote de funding police means to funding police unquote Mississippi one step closer to having a new flag design Governor Tate Reeves signed the legislation and scraps of design that included a Confederate War emblem and appoint a commission and come up with a new designed to present to voters in November, Reeves says he knows some are uncomfortable. They fear a chain reaction of events erasing our history. A history that is no doubt complicated and in perfect I understand those concerns, and I'm determined to protect Mississippi from that dangerous outcome, Brief says. During the last few weeks of social unrest, he and the Legislature of heard from people in a state who repent who were pained by the old design. Ah plans in place or Columbus City school students to return the classes fall, albeit only a few days a week. ABC Sixes Kaylie Gunderson's two students and grades K through eight will be in class two days a week. This requires two days of learning in the classroom and three days of learning remotely. Students will be divided into two Two groups, whether at school, so only half of the students will be in the school. On certain days. Students in the same household will be in class on the same days for the high schools. The recommendations for remote learning to continue full time for at least the 1st 2/4 Teachers and staff will be required to wear a mask while masks for students has recommended and would be required on the bus. The planets still pending additional guidance from the state, an authorization from the unions. To the new Corona virus. Hot spots of registering record numbers of cases again, California recorded over 8000 new infections of the respiratory illness. It's the third time in eight days that a new record has been set in California were about 6000 people have died from covert 19. Texas also recorded more cases than it's ever had in a day at nearly 7000. Both states have taken steps to curb the growth, including shutting down bars. Lisa Taylor, NBC news radio Beginning today, passenger vehicles in the state of Ohio are no longer required to have a front license plate. The provision was part of the two year transportation budget that was passed and signed into long last year. The move will reportedly saved ST roughly $1.5 million a year. Commercial vehicles are still required to have a front plate radio 6 10 w TVN Sports Major League baseball camps, including the Indians and Red's Open today, beginning preparations for the 60 game season, But there will be no Clippers season. Minor league Baseball. Officially announcing yesterday that games are cancelled. The TVT summertime basketball tournament begins a nationwide arena Saturday. Oh issue product and picker. Intense J. Shaun Tait was going to play for the Big X team but is tested positive for covert, 19 4 Buckeye offensive lineman Make the bed. Attends all decade football team Current Buckeye Wyatt Davis. Also Billy Price, our first teamers pedal Flynn and Taylor Decker second team from the central Ohio Honda Dealer. Sports Desk Recordings Radio 6 10 W TV and I'm Scott.

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03:47 min | 2 years ago

"columbus art commission" Discussed on WTVN

"6 10 that will you TV end Crews were beginning the task of removing the statue of Christopher Columbus from outside City Hall, ABC Sixes. Sierra Lucas's barricades were up when the cranes were in place. Carry out Mayor Andrew Gunther's order. We have a lot of police officers also around they've blocked the roads, so you aren't able to drive down front street in front of City Hall as they start this process. As we know this has been an ongoing discussion about the fate of this Christopher Columbus statue. We're just getting word from the city that it will now be placed in what they Call safe keeping at a secure city facility in their tacitly Columbus Art Commission with finding a worthy replacement for the stance you which was a gift from Italy 65 years ago, Mississippi no longer going to have the Confederate War Emblem and their flag design Governor Tate Reeves signed legislation which retires the flag design and appoint a commission to come up with a new one. Reeves says, while the move might be uncomfortable for some, he's adamant he's not erasing history, a monument acknowledges and honors our past. The flag is a symbol of our president of our people and of our future. For those reasons. We need a new symbol. The commission will present their design in November for voters to decide. Columbus City schools, releasing recommendations for students returning to classes fall. Under the proposal, students and grades K through eight will be in class two days a week with three days of learning at home. Students in the same family would attend classes in person on the same days. For the high schools, learning would remain at home for at least the 1st 2/4 with regard to safety, teachers and staff will be required to wear a mask while Mass for students or recommended will be required on the bus. The plan is still pending additional guidance from the state and authorization from the union's number of new covert 19 cases in the US jump by 80% in the last two weeks, with Tuesday, setting another record increase. States now taking further measures to slow the spread in Florida, one site in Orlando hit capacity only 30 minutes after opening, forcing health officials to tell anyone still waiting to try again. Another day the rush for tests coming amid renewed calls for a statewide mask mandate, Florida's emergency management director tweeting out the word masks 46 times. That's a B C's negative. Rezian. Former VP Joe Biden slamming President Trump's response to the ongoing Corona virus outbreak month after month as other leaders in other countries took the necessary steps to get the virus under control. Donald Trump failed US. Speaking in Delaware, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, argued the economy can't be restored until the outbreaks under control so the outbreak continues to get worse and ended quote. The numbers don't lie. Biden's sister, Trump continues to make matters worse, not better, he said. Trump's acting like he's surrendering to the outbreak, and is in retreat. It is July 1st, which for the state of Ohio, means the new fiscal year. It also means front license plates are no longer required for passenger vehicles. The removal was included in the two years state transportation bill was signed last year by Governor DeWine. Law enforcement agencies had opposed the move. Supporters of the measure said it would save the state nearly $2 million a year in license plate production costs. Radio 6 10 w TVN sports. There will be no Clippers baseball this year, all of the minor leagues officially canceling seasons yesterday. Big League teams report to camp today to prepare for the shortened season. The ENDA moving forward with its plan to finish the season in Orlando, but commissioner Adam Silver admitting they're prepared to end the season if there's a significant cove in 19 outbreak among players, Bighead continues on Bailey. It's all decade football team. Four Buckeye O linemen are selected a current Buckeye All American guard Wyatt Davis, and also Billy Price, or First Teamers, Paddle Flan and Taylor Decker second team. From the Central Hyo hunter Dealer. Sports Desk recordings Radio 6 10 W TV Yet I'm Scott Jennings Stay connected..

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"columbus art commission" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"columbus art commission" Discussed on WTVN

"News. The Service of Legacy Retirement group happening this morning cranes and workers are in place outside Columbus City Hall to remove the stature of the city's name sake. Randall get their call for the statue to be removed amid the protests of racial inequality and social justice Stanton has given to the city is a gift from Italy in 1955 will be placed in swords of Columbus Art Commission is tasked with finding a replacement for the spot for the statute. Ah plans in place for Columbus City school students to return to classes fall, albeit only a few days a week, NBC Sixes Kaylie Gunderson's the students and grades K through eight. I'll be in class for two days a week. This requires two days of learning in the classroom and three days of learning remotely. Students will be divided into two groups. Whether schools only half of the students will be in the school on certain days. Students in the same household being class on the same days for the high school's recommendation is for remote learning and continue full time for at least the 1st 2/4 Teachers and staff will be required to wear a mask in the buildings will mask for students will be recommended and will be required on the bus. The plan is still pending additional guidance from the state and authorization from the unions. U S Secretary of Labor will be in Columbus today. Eugene Scalia will participate in a roundtable discussion with Jobs Ohio to highlight the new United States Mexico Canada Agreement also discuss the Labor Department's efforts to safely reopen the economy and support economic recovery. At meetings this afternoon that the job's Ohio offices downtown beginning today, passenger vehicles in the state of Ohio are no longer required to have a front license point. The provision was part of the two year transportation budget those passed and signed into law last year. The move will reportedly saved ST roughly $1.5 million a year. Commercial vehicles are still required to have a front plate. Use Radio, 6 10 w TVN Sports Major League baseball camps, including the Indians and Red's Open today, beginning preparations for the 60 game season, But there will be no Clippers season. Minor league Baseball. Officially announcing yesterday that games are cancelled. The TVT summertime basketball tournament begins the nationwide arena Saturday. Always your product and picker Intense J. Shaun Tait was going to play for the Big X team but is tested positive for covert, 19 4 Buckeye offensive lineman make the Big ten's all decade football team current Buckeye. Quiet Davis also Billy Price our first teamers pedal Flynn and Taylor Decker second team from the central Ohio Honda Dealer. Sports Desk Back orders Radio 6 10 w TVs. Coming up in 60 seconds on news, First of five look of more news from around Ohio and today's hell's called for Health. 506 Down. 6 10 You TV, Another sunny, hot human dates David to 90 degrees..

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"columbus art commission" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"columbus art commission" Discussed on WTVN

"Seeking to make we will have a workgroup formed next week to shape our review board and I'm calling on the F. O. P. to be part of the process the community demands but with or without you the civilian review board will be seeded by the end of the year meanwhile today more lawsuits continue to be filed amid the fallout of the covert nineteen shut downs in Ohio this lawsuit filed by the eighteen fifty one center for constitutional law on behalf of forty day cares is state wide including six in central Ohio against interim Ohio department of health director lance Himes and former director Dr Amy act and they claim that the O. D. H. as directors may twenty ninth order on the number of children that day cares may supervise is arbitrary and unlawful the Columbus art commission is expected to hold a virtual meeting in about a half an hour today to discuss the fate of the Christopher Columbus statue at city hall the B. held around three thirty community will also have a chance to make comments you can do that by logging on to the cities YouTube channel students at Ohio University are filing a lawsuit against the school in Athens Ohio University has been named in a lawsuit calling for students to get a partial refund because I had to learn online during the pandemic the suit claims students pay tuition and fees to learn on campus and since that didn't happen for the entire semester the suit says all students enrolled for spring and summer deserve a pro rated refund meanwhile the university announced today eighty one employees have now been notified that their positions with the school have been eliminated as part of the reorganization efforts omits the corona virus pandemic they do say twenty three of those positions will be re hired at a later date Ohio governor Mike DeWine lieutenant governor and dance lieutenant governor John Houston are touring the new lords town motors plant today to get the first look at the twenty twenty in Dorrance all electric pick up truck their visit comes one day before a visit from vice president Mike pence he will take part in an event on Thursday with law enforcement and community leaders as well the number of covert nineteen cases is rising in a majority of states as they continue their re opening efforts ABC news analysis of data provided by the New York times shows twenty seven states are seeing increasing numbers of new cases while only ten states Porter Rico and Washington DC have declining numbers thirteen states are saying roughly the same amount of new cases on a daily basis nationwide cases are on an uptrend with the daily new infection rate at roughly the same levels as the country saw in early to mid April Markram Alard ABC news in Ohio coronavirus cases have risen to over forty six thousand radio six ten WTVN for ages one week baseball players will return to their home markets for training camp so the Reds to Cincinnati the Indians to Cleveland this after finally a condensing D. game schedule got final approval the season has started one month the NHL trimming its list of potential odd cities Dallas and Pittsburgh eliminated from contention just like Columbus was earlier this week the hubs expected be announced in the coming days.

"columbus art commission" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"columbus art commission" Discussed on WTVN

"Today and the ongoing legal battle involving former trump national security adviser Michael Flynn the DC circuit court of appeals ordered the dismissal Wednesday of the criminal case against former trump national security adviser Michael Flynn in may the justice department sought to drop the charges that Flynn lied to investigators probing his contacts with Russia but a DC District Court judge temporarily blocked that move in an outside review of the case characterize the DOJ's actions as politically motivated the three judge panel Wednesday ruled two to one in favor of Flynn saying that the decision to charge applies with the justice department Adam Kelsey ABC news Washington more lawsuits continue to be filed amid the fallout of the covert nineteen shut downs in Ohio the lawsuit filed by the eighteen fifty one center for constitutional law this week on behalf of forty day care statewide including six right here in central Ohio Agence interim Ohio department of health director lance Himes and former director Dr Amy Acton they claim that the DH is director orders orders on may twenty ninth on the number of children that day cares may supervise are arbitrary and unlawful the Columbus art commission is expected to hold a virtual meeting today to discuss the fate of the Christopher Columbus statue standing outside city hall it'll take place around three thirty and community members will have a chance to make comments by logging on to the city's YouTube channel meanwhile Columbus mayor Andrew again there are plans to deliver a virtual address to the city this afternoon it's a move that comes amid the police handling of protests over the past few weeks a third round of staff cuts now at Ohio University today they announced eighty one employees have been notified their positions have been eliminated as part of a re organisation efforts twenty three of those positions are expected to be re hired but sometime at a later date meanwhile more pink slips are being handed out to G. aviation workers in Ohio the company announced today more than two hundred employees will be laid off next month because of the covert nineteen pandemic's impact on the airlines G. E. aviation has already laid off nearly four hundred people sense the pandemic started U. S. gasoline consumption is more than halfway back up to pre K. over nineteen levels today according to the oil price information service sales have been climbing of an average around six point four percent per week since April according to according to president Fred Russell and the Dow Jones is more than seven hundred points down in trading on Wall Street today it comes as a number of coronavirus cases in the country have reached two point thirty five million and more than half of the states are seeing increases including a few who are hitting record highs radio six ten WTVN sports just one week baseball players will return to their home markets for training camp so the Reds to Cincinnati the Indians to Cleveland this after finally a condensed sixty game schedule got final approval the season has started one month the NHL trimming its list of potential on cities Dallas and Pittsburgh eliminated from contention just like Columbus was earlier this week the hubs expected to be announced in the coming days and LA Lakers starting guard Avery Bradley citing family concerns is choosing not to participate when the NBA resumes its season in Orlando former cav J. R. Smith be considered as a replacement Bacteroides radio six ten WTVN.

"columbus art commission" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"columbus art commission" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Petition to officially change the name of Ohio's capital city Columbus Flavortown is nearing twenty thousand now hello Ohio hello first they came for the Confederate statues and I said nothing they are coming for all of it and I just said this when when they were beheading Columbus the other day that what's going to happen to Columbus Ohio we're going to name it well half joking half joking we're now in that situation where the mayor all the mayor is very upset mayor Andrew Ginther he ordered the removal of the iconic Columbus statue from city hall last Thursday and he went to the Columbus art commission to come up with a replacement that better embodies the spirit of the city Arnaud I'm a big fan German with some with the velar snitzel some sausage how about that how about that a big fat German now he's white are there any black famous black B. the sausage making Germans I don't know I don't know for many people our community that statue represents patriarchy oppression and divisiveness Ginther said that doesn't represent our great city will no longer live in the shadow of our ugly past oh my god it is old hello miss Ohio state guard you bloody getting away from your own believe past where are you Columbus.

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"columbus art commission" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"columbus art commission" Discussed on WTVN

"Columbus will be removed from its location outside city hall as soon as possible he said the statue will be placed in storage until the Columbus art commission can help decide its fate Columbus city schools have convened a task force to look into school safety and security as well as the district's ties with the Columbus police department Columbus city schools paid Columbus police more than one million dollars this school year for nineteen school resource officers into sergeants that contract ends in two weeks A. B. C. six is Lisa Ronson let police officers have been working with the district for more than twenty years were for school resource officers the district's board members have called for comments from their students families as well as community members on their thoughts about placing officers back in the buildings this fall Ohio University in Athens has permanently suspended now the requirement for first year students to submit a standardized test score when they apply perspective students can still submit their ACT or SAT scores but it will not negatively affect their chances if they do not as more of the nation's economy is opening up we are expected to put a little more thought into our father's day gifts this year the national retail federation expects consumers to spend seventeen billion dollars on father's day which is this Sunday most of the shoppers they surveyed say they wanted to make this father's day extra special because of the pandemic so they want to get dad something interesting and unique and NASA is preparing for a launch next month headed to Mars the agency plans to launch the perseverance rover into orbit on July twentieth it should land on the planet in February your A..

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