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"councilwoman helen rosenthal" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:51 min | Last month

"councilwoman helen rosenthal" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"City's mayor de Blasio's says. Major cities want covert 19 vaccines delivered directly to them, cutting out state control so that we can cut out the middle person and get to work, vaccinating more people and do it more quickly, more effectively. So that's exactly what I'd like to see New York City and support of a bill to decriminalize and support sex trafficking workers. Task force is being created New York City Councilwoman Helen Rosenthal and support it's clear that anything that increases options for survivors is a good thing. And it's even better if those options decrease reliant on the criminal justice system. The bill introduced by Manhattan State Senator Liz Krueger, would get workers the help they need but keep criminal penalties in place for things like buying sex, sex trafficking and brothel owning Gym owners plan to rally a New York City hall this afternoon, calling for reopening at larger capacity levels. Emotional thing for me and my family because with this is where we started, thousands of restaurants have closed over the past year, many more barely hanging on including Patrick's. But on Friday, they'll get to boost their exit E to 50% of from 35 married Blasio and when restrictions may be lifted altogether through minimum June Expect to follow all of the precautions we've been given. I'm Sara Lee Kessler for 77 w. ABC News w ABC News Time. 11 05 traffic, Sports and weather Next Joe Nolan has traffic entrance or problems in Queens. Now on the Jackie Robinson travel eastbound. All lanes are closed. There's an accident. Involving an overturned vehicle. This is going to be at Metropolitan Avenue before just before you get to the van Wyck. And on the westbound side, the left lane is closed as well as you're gonna have delays coming out of the Kew Gardens Interchange. Brooklyn Bridge, Jim Brown, of course, Trucks are not allowed up There. There is one the left lane that is going to be blocked. And the North Bend on the Garden State Parkway. A bad accident Coming up to 1 41. I'm Joe Nolan with traffic talk radio 77 w A b C. All right. Thanks, Joe. I'm Deborah. Then one time from the 77 W A. B. C. His desk from the Fox News Radio studios in New York City information. You want proof you demand it's Brian Kill made. Thanks so much for Listen, everybody. It's Brian Kilmeade coming to you from New York and around the country heard around the world, Ken Cuccinelli at the bottom of the hour if you want to know what's going on the border He's been living after the last four years and is watching it all fall apart must be agonizing. Jason Chaffetz, former congressman from Utah, will be joining us shortly. Fox News contributor and before I get to the Big Three quick announcement. I'm looking.

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"councilwoman helen rosenthal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:26 min | 7 months ago

"councilwoman helen rosenthal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Ground level. Incomes were up and poverty was down in the U. S. Before the Corona virus struck. NPR's Scott Horsefly tells us about a new senses. Snapshot of Americans pre pandemic wellbeing. Median household income jumped 6.8% last year to just under $69,000. That's the highest since the government started keeping track in 1967. With wages rising and more people working. The poverty rate dipped to 10.5%. The annual report underscores how a record long period of economic growth wass helping people's pocketbooks before it all came crashing down this spring. The gains were widespread across races and regions, although people living outside metro areas did not see a significant boost in PE A number of people going without health insurance also inched up last year. Toe 8% due to a drop in Medicaid coverage. Scott Horsley. NPR News Washington stocks finished modestly higher on Wall Street is big tech stocks rebounded after some recent losses, although Apple turned slightly lower The Dow was up a fraction this is NPR. And this is WNBC in New York on Sean Carlson, an Upper West Side hotel. That's housing homeless men who are taken out of crowded group shelters during the height of the pandemic continues to be a flash point in the neighborhood. Facing protests and a potential lawsuit. The city halted the plan to close the Lucerne but now an attorney representing some upper West Siders say they still expect the shelter closed at the end of the month. Speaking on WNBC Today, a resident named Holly described quality of life concerns. The impact of the neighborhood is what we're objecting to. We don't object to the fact that homeless people need to be safely housed. Councilwoman Helen Rosenthal says the community has raised more than $200,000 to provide additional programming for shelter residents. Attorneys for the legal aid society say Department of Correction officers on Rikers Island are not wearing facemasks and therefore are in violation of the state's covert 19 safety protocols. Kayla Simpson is a staff attorney with legal aid. The vast majority of officers of even captains were wearing masks and properly or not at all, and one attorney even described seeing two officers making sure that masks required signs were posted. While they themselves were not wearing masks. A spokesperson for the D O C says the department would continue to emphasize the importance of following public health guidelines to employees and say there have been no new cases of the virus at Rikers since early July. Both New York Metro area football teams are starting their season's off with a loss the Giants felt of the Pittsburgh Steelers last night with a score of 26 to 16 in an empty MetLife stadium. Giantscoach Joe. Judge says the team has to polish their gameplay, but he's staying focused on the future. Obviously, there's some things we have to. To clean up. The mark of a good team is improving. You could make moving on from week one. The Jets lost to the Buffalo Bills in their first game over the weekend. Today. Here it's a good day to be outside playing a sport socially distance. Of course, it'll be clear tonight We'll have a loaf about 58 degrees Sunny tomorrow for Wednesday. The high only reaching about 76 degrees and then for tomorrow night should be partly cloudy with a low of about 64, looking into Thursday should stay partly sunny again with a high near 79. Right now, though, it's 67 sunny in Central Park. It has been.

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"councilwoman helen rosenthal" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"councilwoman helen rosenthal" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"The all the economic impact of cove nineteen even worse than we thought. I'm jared Murphy from city limits dot. Org and this has been Max from Gotham. Gazette Jarrod. How're you doing? I'm doing right but I miss you. It's been a while since since we've seen each other. Yeah I- I stare longingly at your media. Social media profiles and You know keep trying to keep tabs you without Without too much intrusion. So just watching. I have that feeling very much. Thank you so as you as you indicated there we're GonNa look today at Some of the immense economic implications of crisis that's unfolded. We obviously first and foremost have had a public health crisis. We've discussed that quite a bit. On recent shows. The public health crisis is ongoing. And I you know I even as we discussed the the economic impacts of course. Those are our people's everyday lives in people's economic realities often impact their their physical and mental well-being and You know it's all interconnected but you know it's important note that the public health crisis is very much ongoing. Hundreds of people are still dying after contracting October. Nineteen every day And there are thousands of people in hospital in New York City with Kogo Nineteen. So that's very much ongoing. I think it's important to always remind folks of that because in some ways the conversation has moved on a little bit too much. We're taking a close look today at the economic and budgetary impacts of this crisis and they're so tightly connected than obviously is as you noted that public health impact continues Death toll now in confirmed that's in the city at twelve thousand two hundred eighty seven at least fifty three hundred other debts. A deaths expected suspected of being covert related Just enormous number and now even as you say bend. The conversation is turning to next steps to recovery too slowly and in some staged way getting life back to normal. These questions about public health are paramount in this study that found that perhaps twenty five percent of people in the state Have been exposed have had the virus or have. The virus was startling There are questions emerging from other countries about whether having the antibodies from having had coronavirus does defend you against getting reinfection or whether in some people that is not sufficient defense so all those questions are really tightly tied together. Today will be speaking with economist. James Parrott from the new school about the employment picture which he thinks might be worse than some of the preliminary estimates from a city and municipal Outlets and then we speaking to Councilwoman Helen Rosenthal Who is an expert in city contracting obviously very familiar with the city budget and someone who is a speaking out on the one of the fears that has been voice during this crisis of? What's going on in this area of isolation with domestic violence in the city? Yom Looking forward to both these conversations James Perry coming up just a few minutes to talk about a recent study that he and some collaborators at the new school just put out about the economic impacts. We covered it a bid at GOP gazette. When we look at Tom you know what the numbers the initial numbers of unemployment claims estimates in terms of job loss in some of the forecasts. But again you know we really haven't seen anything like this and it's it's you know. I think we'll see what James says you know. I think it's very hard for people to forecast exactly what the picture is going to look. At how many jobs exactly I've been lost in will be lost We're talking hundreds of thousands of the into the millions we're talking about on you know really unknowns in terms of what the future economy of the city will late to go back to your point about this ongoing public health crisis in some of the questions that are still out there. There's also this big fear that even as we see some of the initial wave abating that there could be a second wave they seem in some countries in some places a man you know this this system of testing in tracing that needs to be cropped up on that you know the United States has been way way behind on on that. They're just starting to really try to going in New York. You know that that's needed in a very phased in approach him and you know there might be the need to sort of like open up some things and then pull back. What are you doing about all sorts of sectors of the economy in schools in transit? They're huge outstanding questions. We really are still I. Think at the at the pretty close to the beginning of this crisis In terms of the long term Questions around both the public health an economic realities. So it'll be interesting to hear James. Talk about how you forecast on this and if it looks like anything else you know that he's seen in his many years.

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"councilwoman helen rosenthal" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"councilwoman helen rosenthal" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Us to let us know what was occurring the F B, N Y says one woman is heard after a firecracker went off inside of Manhattan f train during rush hour this morning transit commanding officer. Tony feta Karros said the firecracker went off somewhere between fourteenth street and sixth avenue and twenty third street, and sixth avenue around ten AM will, of course that happens on rush hour. Any something he's always dangerous, you know, and so I would say, you know is dangerous, but it was MRT police detectives believe the suspect got off at twenty third street. And fled New York City transit president antibi- for said this was criminal and dangerous. And they're working with the NYPD to find out who set off the firecracker. I'm Liz Warner for Seventy-seven WABC new, there's a call from New York City's department of education to do more to deal with school sexual harassment following the student's death family of Bronx ninth grade, Maya Rio Sisu. Doing the department after a family says she was sexually harassed and assaulted inside the Harry Truman, high school several times last year before committing suicide a top to bottom review to understand how the system failure and did know exactly what we're doing. Going forward councilwoman Helen Rosenthal and equality rights advocates rallying in city hall today to call for more title nine coordinators in the school system. The department of education, says there are sexual harassment liaisons in every school, and there is zero tolerance for sexual misconduct. American business leaders angry over President Trump's threat of tariffs on oil Mexican imports as a way to get the country to mortar stop Central American migrants from making it to the US, Boorda's groups and trade associations are considering joint effort to have a Court Bar. President Trump from imposing new tariffs on Mexico part of their argument is that NAFTA is still the law of the land in the US governing trade with her neighbors on a practical level, Neil Bradley vice president of the US chamber of commerce argues the possible. Punishment does not fit what the presidency's Mexico's unwillingness to halt migrants passing through. There are a lot of things we should do are real problems at the southern border, but it's really hard to draw connection between attacks on consumers and businesses here in America, and solving that problem. The president is threatening the tariffs under an emergency. Order of Costantini, Washington. Yankees hosting the Red Sox Mets.

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"councilwoman helen rosenthal" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"councilwoman helen rosenthal" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Down the lights flashing we've confirmed that functioning witnesses said that the vehicle went around the gates at which point the trade that was leading heading eastbound and the vehicle collided three. People inside that vehicle killed while seven train passengers injured when the train derailed to city lawmakers want to change the siren sounds coming from fire trucks, ambulances and police cars are proposing legislation that would force sirens to switch to a high low sound like those sirens European emergency vehicles, use some woman, Helen doodoo. I don't do get invitation of. But you know, what I'm talking about wonder your acting career and goanywhere councilwoman. Helen Rosenthal, says the emergency vehicles in the city causing too much noise pollution with that constant high pitched wail governor Cuomo for the first time, saying congresswoman Alexandria, oh Cossio Cortez, political left leaning influence played a major role in scuttling the Amazon deal to open that headquarters in queens Cuomo says Cortez's upset win last fall over Joe Crowley has other local lawmakers leaning even more left because they fear. They'll be challenged by progressives. So he says many who would have supported the Amazon deal in the end chain. Their minds. She's a lot more power. I think the other thing here he's trying to cover up his own mistakes because he mismanaged that. Absolutely. He should have gotten the unions in check and say look at don't harass Amazon. It's going to be good for us. It'll be good for you in the end. But he let them go and make threats he and to Blasios both could have done a better job organizing the support for that not allowing the opposition to build they were so arrogant to first of all they did in the cover of darkness, and they thought where we're going outside. And it's going to be a great win for everybody. They should have anticipated the backlash and stopped it before it became a conflagration news is brought to you by Gary Goldberg financial services. Schedule a free consultation by visiting g g f s dot com. Always tip your food delivery guy. Well, a Knoxville Tennessee man accused of placing his private parts in a salsa container that was then delivered to a low tipping customer. How was he caught? Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. What kind of parts he cut his private parts is private cuts them off? No, he placed his private parts in into salsa that he was delivering to someone dipped it. Yes. Oh, I see. Yeah. I didn't get get where I'm going. Now. Did he what did he do when they're well? Well, he dropped it in there. And then nobody would have been the wiser except that he videotaped it. And he put the thing on Facebook. And then of course, the authorities saw and they said this is against law. You can't do they can't salsas. Now, he faces up to fifteen years behind bars and ten thousand dollars for that discuss. It'd be careful Michael. You're not supposed to be doing that stuff. Never occurred to me to step might get a bullet Salta the woman. He did it too had tipped him eighty eight cents for thirty minute drive from the restaurant. That's it. Oh. Hey, where we get back to the phones are open one eight hundred three to one zero seven ten the mayor.

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"councilwoman helen rosenthal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"councilwoman helen rosenthal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of sexual abuse. Inside city jails are poorly, Don and take too long to complete. What's more, the majority of those who file complaints never learned the outcomes of the investigations WNYC's? Cindy says says those are the findings of an audit done by the New York City board of correction, which oversees local jails the audit looked at forty two cases of abuse and harassment, the majority of the alleged victims were men and staff or the accused perpetrators in sixty percent of the cases. The report says investigators failed to interview witnesses more than half the time failed to interview alleged perpetrators nearly half the time and failed to secure crime scenes in all, but one case Manhattan councilwoman Helen Rosenthal says that shows the department of correction doesn't take allegations seriously, which sends a chilling message to inmates. Why would you come forward? If you know that not only are you not. Going to get Justice. You may put a target on your back by reporting didn't make say they often suffer repercussions after coming forward with abuse allegations. Overall, investigators substantiated only one of the forty two cases, but the audit found that in about twenty of them. Investigators didn't explain how they came to their conclusions. But Serena Townsend who runs the department of corrections investigations division says the documents that were reviewed by the auditors weren't meant to provide the full scope of investigations, she says, there's good reason why for instance, investigators don't always interview alleged perpetrators. Well, actually in four those instances, we reviewed video and the video confirmed that the allegation was completely unfounded. And so in that situation and interview was not necessary. But in two cases, the alleged perpetrators were staff members who were not interviewed because they were either out sick or didn't respond. Townsend says going forward reports to. Be reviewed by auditors will contain more details. Cindy, the Rigas WNYC news time for our documentary of the week from Tom powers and Rafael in a housing co founders of the dock NYC festival and pure nonfiction podcast. Here's Rafaello with this week's pick..

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"councilwoman helen rosenthal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"councilwoman helen rosenthal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Investigations of sexual abuse. Inside city jails are poorly done and take too long to complete. What's more, the majority of those who file complaints never learned the outcomes of the investigations WNYC's? Cindy says says those are the findings of an audit done by the New York City board of correction, which oversees local jails the audit looked at forty two cases of abuse and harassment. The majority of the alleged victims were men and staff were the accused perpetrators in sixty percent of the cases. The report says investigators failed to interview witnesses more than half the time failed to interview alleged perpetrators nearly half the time and failed to secure crime scenes in all, but one case Manhattan councilwoman Helen Rosenthal says that shows the department of correction doesn't take allegations seriously, which sends a chilling message to inmates. Why would you come forward? If you know that not only are you not going to get Justice. You may put a target on your back by reporting inmates say they often suffer repercussions after coming forward with abuse allegations. Overall, investigators substantiated only one of the forty two cases, but the audit found that in about twenty of them. Investigators didn't explain how they came to their conclusions. But Serena Townsend who runs the department of corrections investigations division says the documents that were reviewed by the auditors weren't meant to provide the full scope of investigations, she says, there's good reason why for instance, investigators don't always interview alleged perpetrators. Well, actually in four those instances, we reviewed video and video confirmed that the allegation was completely unfounded. And so in that situation and interview with not necessary. But in two cases, the alleged perpetrators were staff members who were not interviewed because they were either out sick or didn't respond. Townsend says going forward reports to be reviewed by auditor. Will contain more details. Cindy rodriguez. WNYC news..

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"councilwoman helen rosenthal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:00 min | 2 years ago

"councilwoman helen rosenthal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Frequently investigations of sexual abuse inside city jails are poorly done and take too long to complete. What's more, the majority of those who file complaints never learned the outcomes of investigations WNYC city. Rodriguez says those are the findings of an audit done by the New York City board of correction, which actually overseas the local jails the audit looked at forty two cases of abuse and harassment. The majority of the alleged victims were men and staff were the accused perpetrators in sixty percent of the cases. The report says investigators failed to interview witnesses more than half the time failed to interview alleged perpetrators nearly half the time and failed to secure crime scenes, all but one case Manhattan councilwoman Helen Rosenthal says that shows the department of correction doesn't take allegations seriously, which sends a chilling message to inmates. Why would you come forward? If you know that not only are you not gonna get just. You may put a target on your back by reporting inmates say they often suffer repercussions after coming forward with abuse allegations. Overall, investigators substantiated only one of the forty two cases, but the audit found that in about twenty of them. Investigators didn't explain how they came to their conclusions. But Serena Townsend who runs the department of corrections investigations division says the documents that were reviewed by the auditors weren't meant to provide the full scope of investigations, she says, there's good reason why for instance, investigators don't always interview alleged perpetrators. Well, actually in four those instances, we reviewed video and the video confirmed that the allegation was completely unfounded. And so in that situation and interview not necessary. But in two cases, the alleged perpetrators were staff members who were not interviewed because they were either out sick or didn't respond. Townsend says going forward reports to be reviewed by. Auditors will contain more details Cindy zero three guys WNYC news. A new exhibit of works by French painter Delic. Why is at the met museum? It's a huge show with over one hundred fifty paintings prints and drawings and is the first comprehensive retrospective in North America of this important nineteenth century, painter WNYC's. Art critic Deborah Solomon has been there to see the show and she joins us now in the studio. Deborah good morning. Good morning. Richard a little background. Who was he? Well, if you've taken art history one A one. Yeah, we certainly would've come across in the name della. He is officially known as the founder of romantic painting in the nineteenth century, and he is often described in relation to hang who was seen as opposite. And was the neo-classicist to drew very crisply. And precisely and Delacour who was eighteen years younger took him on by drawing with color and favoring exotic locales in his work, and he was supposedly the foul. Founder of romanticism. So Deborah little art history. One on one what is a romantic painter, well romantic painter in this case doesn't mean that he paints lovers. Okay. This is something he doesn't he was very much a salon or just he showed at the French salon, and stuck to the acceptable subjects of religion and mythology and history and romantic in. This case means that he broke away from line in favor of movement and color and endless horses clashing against one another beneath stormy sky. He's he likes scenes of destruction. He did battle scenes with people marching over dead bodies. He was very dramatic and influential on later or does he sort of the last old master in other artists like Van Gogh and Cezanne Picasso all appraised Ila? What did they see in his work? Well, they like different things Picasso did many versions of Delacroix's women of. Algiers the impressionists came directly out of della because they like the way he liberated color from line and allowed brushstrokes to dominate. So does the show make the case that his works market transition from one heart cystic tradition to a new one maybe a modern one? Well, well, right. Traditionally he is seen as a post enlightenment or he comes after the French revolution. Everything is changing. He's a painter of change is tremendous movement physical movement. But one problem with this show is that it is missing his larger masterworks. It was originally shown at the Louvre where it was said to be the most popular exhibition in the loops history. And I will be surprised if it's a big crowd pleaser here. We don't have liberty leading the people. Do you know that painting Richard liberty the half naked woman carrying marching over dead bodies and wasn't painted at the time. Time of the French revolution. But for many people it exemplifies the French revolution. It was actually done forty years later, and our own statue of liberty is based on liberty leading the people as are many other works. So that's missing it was considered too. Big to move the young orphan girl a beautiful portrait in the cemetery. Isn't there the death of sort Annapolis exists only as a later copy? So I think the show has less possess than the one that was in Paris. So what do you think it'll draw similar audiences now that it's at the met here New York? I would be surprised I think that it's a show that the French are in love with this is their history. And I'm not sure that the work will have such broad appeal here. It's a fabulous scholarly show for people who want to move through it, slowly, look carefully. No, the absurdity of many of his paintings, which seemed to have no subject at times, including his famous women of Algiers that did make the trip. That painting is here. It's a bunch of women sitting around in a room getting high. It's hilarious. Because you think what is the subject of this painting? He was post to paint noble subjects at this point. Instead, we see four women two of whom are sitting there with a Bong and two others who are staring off in other directions. And no one's looking at anyone else. And it seems like, you know, it's a fascinating painting. Just because everyone is so disconnected. So now south one that stood out for you that I it was really thrilling to to see that painting. It is one of the great masterpieces of art. And I looked at for a long time. And I think it's the kind of show where you have to pick out one said speak to you. And look at them for a long time. We learn a lot about you, Deborah from your taste in art. Thank you, Richard. I think that's accomplished this delicate is at the met museum until January sixth. Deborah Solomon is WNYC's art critic and the author of several books on American art, Debra thank you so much..

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"councilwoman helen rosenthal" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"councilwoman helen rosenthal" Discussed on 710 WOR

"May stay closed again today because of A shark attack two, teenagers, injured in two separate incidents along the town of Islip the beaches. There are remaining closed today Phillip Paulina says his daughter was waist deep, in the, water, when she was attacked at sailor haven beach also nicer panicking and I see Something. I couldn't tell what it was but kind of flapping about the boy who was part of a. Town camp was attacked after. He fell off his boogie board at Atlantic beach lifeguards pulled a piece of tooth from the boy's. Leg, and it's now being, analyzed both the boy and girl were able to walk after being bitten and were taken. To the hospital I'm Lisa g, per seven ten w. o. r. bus driver who flashes rear end. At a Bellevue man during a recent argument now. Out of a job northjersey dot com has posted video showing the tiff between. The person filming and the driver for the Robert tours bus company man filming, told the driver of, the bus was blocking, his driveway the driver responded by dropping his pants and mooning the camera manager of the bus company says that driver has now been fired cops believe they have found everyone responsible for the murder, of a Bronx teenager twelve. Suspects indicted yesterday, New York City police say the outpouring of concern from the community and the. Tips that, kept pouring in. Help them fine The suspects and cops say what happened was alleged gang members mistakenly ID fifteen year old junior, who's Felise as one of their own chief of detectives, Dermott shea leader of one. Particular set that is having an ongoing beef with another set outside court after the accused at face. The judge the fallen teenagers. Mother Leandra asked members of the community to keep calling for Justice get good boy only fifteen years. Old, he was a baby, he was a kid James flippin for seven ten w our New Jersey's largest city Jersey. City decriminalizing marijuana policy supported by, mayor Steve Fulop in the chief municipal prosecutor recommends that punishment for. Pot use in Jersey City be molten no more. Than a fifty dollar fine or five hours of community service in New York. City they're cracking down on Airbnb the city wants to know who's been running, their apartments through that, company councilwoman karleena Rivera, says thousands of renting out apartments legally through Airbnb is our landlords who take apartment that are tip Weekly rent regulated and they're using. Them to rent them out as an Airbnb. As an illegal hotel you can't run out your place on the thirty days if you're not living there and councilwoman Helen Rosenthal says this legislation would require. Home rental companies to hand over names and addresses of hosts city will investigate to see whether. Or not those hosts are legal Airbnb, called city council, members nothing more than bellhop for big hotel corporations at city hall, I'm Scott Pringle for seven ten double..

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"councilwoman helen rosenthal" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"councilwoman helen rosenthal" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Everyone. Responsible for the murder of a Bronx teenager known, as junior all twelve suspects indicted yesterday At the time of the murder in late June thorny decided to put extra staff on the crime stoppers hotline with so many tips coming in leading to praise from. Commissioner Jimmy O'Neill and what the NYPD so here's what I learned is that people aren't just going to stand idly by Bronx. District, attorney Dr sell Clark also updated the case and said previous reports mentioning a, sex tape as, motivation for revenge were inaccurate It took a lot of time to sort. Out a number of those things but as far as we know it was no relation to, any sex tape in court junior's mother screamed out assess. Sinoe at the suspects murderer and Spanish James flippin for seven ten. W o our New York City councils pass legislation cracking down on. Airbnb, councilwoman, Helen Rosenthal says the Bill requires the company to give all the names and. Addresses of its, hosts here in New York City. There are thousands of units, that, are, being rented out illegally apartments being taken off the market and people are making are financially. Incentivized to do this it is illegal to rent out an apartment for under thirty days so this would open up all of the hosts soup potential fines. Airbnb though accuses city of being a bellhop for the big hotels over in Jersey City as of today it is going to decriminalize marijuana the policy, supported by mayor Steve Philip and the chief municipal prosecutor Jay Cutler Recommends that punishment for, use in the city be no more than a fifty. Dollar fine and five hours of community service dot says that this. Will increase the racial Justice free of law enforcement to focus on. Other, issues, Fulop is bragging that the city is the first in New Jersey to do. This and in, his opinion it is the right. Approach a bus drivers been, fired, after, mooning another driver and cursing, at him New Jersey dot com posted a video of this incident Your bus Yeah.

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"councilwoman helen rosenthal" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"councilwoman helen rosenthal" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Doors until police arrive I'm. Lisa g. for, seven ten w., o. r.. Sandra, Guzman, Felice was dragged out of a Bronx Bodega before being. Hacked, to death with machetes legislation expected to pass the city council this, afternoon that takes aim at. Airbnb councilwoman karleena Rivera's thousands of. Renting out apartments. Illegally through Airbnb these are, landlords who take apartment that are typically rent regulated and they're using them to rent them out as an Airbnb as an illegal hotel can't run out your place under thirty days If you're not living there and councilwoman Helen Rosenthal says this legislation would require home rental companies to. Hand over names and addresses of host city will investigate to see whether or not those hosts are legal Airbnb called city council members nothing more than bellhop for. Big hotel corporations at city hall I'm Scott Pringle for. Seven ten double the OR the twelve boys and a soccer coach trapped. In a cave in Thailand, for two weeks or out of the hospital the team and coach introduce themselves during a press conference today and they sat with tiny seals who helped rescue them one of the seals died in, the cave trying to make sure the boys had enough oxygen. And the boy said his death has caused them some guilt, and the coach speaking through a translator talking about why he and the boys ended up in that cave in the first place Next week Go to the cave because some of us never. Been there, I, said okay if you all want, to, go okay we can get you there A major league baseball. And, the Milwaukee Brewers have weighed in now on some racist tweets out by an all star pitcher years ago following Tuesday's. All-star game brewers relief. Pitcher Josh hater apologized for the tweets which he says he posted when he was seventeen years old and included rap lyrics the tweets went viral during the game. Major league baseball has released a statement saying, it will require hater, to undergo sensitivity training as well, as participate in MLB diversity and inclusion initiatives the brewers have also released. A statement saying the comments are inexcusable but hater is taking full responsibility does not. Appear heater will be suspended by the team or league Ryan burrow ABC news and Billy Joel is about to make history at Madison Square Garden the rocker will perform his one hundredth concert at the iconic New York venue tonight after beginning a monthly residency at the garden in two thousand. Fourteen the sixty nine year old says he'll keep going as.

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"councilwoman helen rosenthal" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"councilwoman helen rosenthal" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The radio home of the mets iheart radio station and we got eighty degrees at one o'clock good afternoon i'm jeff mckinney president trump begin a cabinet meeting just a little while ago by countering those who say he's way too cozy with russian president vladimir putin and there's been no president ever as tough as i have been on russia all you have to look at the numbers look at what we've done look at sanctions look at ambassadors not there look unfortunately of what happened in syria recently the twelve suspects charged in the brutal gang killing of an innocent teenager outside of bronx bodega are all expected in court today louise cabrera santos was twelve suspect arrested endless entre goosebumps releases murder and faces arraignment after being extradited from connecticut that fifteen year old victim known as junior was dragged out of a bronx bodega last month attacked by a mob with machetes and a case of mistaken identity the suspects are dealing with a range of charges but police believe they've now arrested everyone involved i'm jennifer sony for seven ten w. o. r. twelve boys and our soccer coach who were rescued from that cave in thailand spoke for the first time today about their eighteen day ordeal the boys described the moment they realized they were trapped in that case they will say recalled that miraculous moment when they first heard a british diva's voice after ten days one of the boys says he was sent to greet the daiva then another of the boys step forward to translate the daiva immediately told them to move to higher ground the boys thanking the medical staff at the hospital also noted how well they were treated by medical teams who allowed them to watch the world cup final most said they were cheering for champions france correspondent james longman federal reserve chairman jerome powell says the u._s. economy is going strong and is expecting that to continue in a house hearing today paul said economic growth is being fueled by a strong job market brisk consumer spending and biz Investments Powell argued that. The economy, is performing well enough to withstand more interest rate hikes as a hedge against inflation This afternoon the city council expected to pass legislation that goes after Airbnb, here in the city it's illegal to rent out a home. For under thirty days of the homeowner is not there but councilwoman Helen Rosenthal says, many are doing it through Airbnb they've taken thousands of units of affordable housing off the market councilwoman. Karleena Rivera says this Bill requires the home rental company to give the city all names and addresses of its hosts so we would be able to use that data for better. More targeted enforcement to really get the bad actors who are taking housing stock. Out of what is so, desperately, needed Airbnb says the legislation punishes those trying to supplement their incomes at city hall. I'm Scott Pringle for seven ten double the, OR, nearly two dozen people, being charged. In New York with illegal dumping they were, arrested as part of a months long undercover operation called operation pay dirt it's span New York City, and Long Island. And it's being called the largest illegal dumping bust. In state history according to some new poll numbers New York governor Andrew Cuomo holds a big advantage over democrat Challenger Cynthia Nixon a peac university released the findings which show registered Democrats prefer the incumbent, Cuomo to Nixon fifty nine to twenty three percent analysts Mary. Snow said it may be too soon to poll Democrats however as many say they, don't know enough about Nixon either way the challenger responded with a statement saying enthusiasm for Cuomo is. Low and talking to pass voters is a poor reflection of the electorate Quinnipiac numbers also show Cuomo with a double digit lead over his main Republican challenger Marc Molinaro the democratic. Primary meanwhile to be held in mid-september James flippin for seven ten w. o.. R. and the news is, brought, to you by Online Trading Academy attend a free investing class this week register online. At OTA class dot com got eighty degrees, right, now in the forecast, is next..

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"councilwoman helen rosenthal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"councilwoman helen rosenthal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Battery holder we're using each of the explosives law enforcement says the investigation still ongoing christopher combs with the fbi says agencies are not sure they will ever release the bombers video confession is there a value in releasing the audio we are concerned that it could inspire other people to do other acts austin police chief brian manley has called the bomber a domestic terrorist but law enforcement agencies say they're still working to determine a motive for npr news i'm audrey mcglinchey in austin china's filing a complaint with the world trade organization against us tariffs on steel and aluminum products neva based trade body says china is asking for sixty days negotiate with the us to resolve the dispute you're listening to to npr news this is wnyc in new york good morning i'm richard hake saito four thirty nine degrees overcast right now expected mostly cloudy day today with a high near fifty one degrees city council members are asking top nypd officials how the department handles sex crimes this comes two weeks after a report by the department of investigation finding these special victims division has just sixty seven detectives to investigate nearly six thousand cases a year here's councilwoman helen rosenthal from the upper west side at a hearing yesterday you created a brand new grand larceny unit with three hundred officers and you're telling me that's more important then the sp de the report also criticized the training officers received but at that hearing nypd deputy commissioner susan harmon defended the training of officers that they get before joining the special victims division knowing into forty hours of training with victim advocates around the city shouldn't be overlooked it's not something that most police departments do and police defended the staffing levels they say they're adding though twenty more detectives this month and hope to reduce the case loads to about fifty eight cases a year for each detective mayor de blasio is not enthusiastic about.

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"councilwoman helen rosenthal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"councilwoman helen rosenthal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And duma bill cosby's defense is scheduled to make its opening statement today at cosby sexual assault retrial and pennsylvania laura bench off with member station whyy reports andrea constand i accused cosby of drugging and sexually assaulting her back in two thousand five when that didn't result in criminal charges she sued him in civil court eventually settling for nearly three point four million dollars prosecutors shared that some in their opening statements yesterday implying cosby had a guilty conscience defense attorneys say it shows constand is quote greedy i'm dave mattingly npr news in washington i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york city council members are asking top nypd officials how the department handles sex crimes this comes two weeks after a report by the city department of an investigation found the special victims division had just sixty seven detectives to investigate nearly six thousand cases year here's councilwoman helen rosenthal from the upper west side of the hearing you created a brand new grand larceny unit with three hundred officers and you're telling me that's more important than spd police defended the staffing levels at the spd's the special victims division they say they're adding twenty more detectives this month and hope to reduce the caseloads to about fifty eight cases a year for each detective mayor de blasio is not enthusiastic about a campaign to require sprinklers to be installed in all old buildings across the five boroughs in an interview on new york juan de blasio says it will be unrealistic.

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"councilwoman helen rosenthal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"councilwoman helen rosenthal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of facilitating sex trafficking of children now seven people behind the website face federal criminal charges a federal grand jury nurse zona has died at them on ninety three counts including charges of facilitating prostitution and money laundering the defendants include founders micalizzi james larkin the indicted alleges that the website made more than five hundred million dollars and prostitution related revenue and manny of the ads depicted children alina seljuk npr news the congressional budget office is forecasting the us economy will grow at an annual rate of three point three percent this year the cbo also says the federal deficit will grow two point seven trillion dollars more than expected by twenty twenty seven special crimes division has just sixty seven detectives to investigate nearly six thousand cases a year here's councilwoman helen rosenthal from the upper west side you created a brand new grand larceny unit with three hundred officers.

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"councilwoman helen rosenthal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"councilwoman helen rosenthal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Person legally responsible for the company if they can't find this person the ticket gets thrown out speaking on the brian lehrer show mayor de blasio says he'll look into ways to enforce this law should my approach all beliefs about when you're dealing with the problems of the free enterprise system go to the people with the money you go to the people who are making the money off the toys and not necessarily the individual worker city councilwoman helen rosenthal says she is already looking into changing the city's law the newest candidate in a southeastern queen city council race has some of the same advantages is that an incumbent would wnyc's bridget bergen reports after former city council member ribbon wills was convicted of public corruption charges the queen's carry democrats needed a new candidate to run in his place they chose adrian adams chair of the local community board adams had been eyeing the seat she set up an account with the city's campaignfinance board months before wills conviction so far she's only raised about ten thousand dollars which lags behind the two other democrats vying for the nomination hetty powell has hauled in five times as much and richard david four times that adams had something besides money she is backed by the queen's county democrats and has already secured endorsements from congressman greg meeks and joseph crowley who is also the party chair wnyc at 206 support for npr comes from the lago need us brewing company proud supporters of the tiny desk concert contest and working to hell bans reach more ears through beers more at lager need is dot com.

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"councilwoman helen rosenthal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"councilwoman helen rosenthal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"York i'm jimmy floyd with new jersey's budget stalemate now in its third day lawmakers are huddling in trenton but there is no breakthrough yet starledger columnist tom moran says while people are complaining about state park in beatrice being shattered the shutdown is affecting many more sir irvin says the courts are closed the barber motorvehicle who quote you can't renew your life and you know you're if you wanna parker civility back on our camp quieter this here uh thirty five powders her state workers and their families without eight complete coverage of the shutdown and it's full effect continues on all things considered after news headlines here in new york caesars palace pizza on the upper west side is closing after thirty six years continuing conversations about high rents on the upper west side at throughout new york city thicky attempts at grew up nearby and she told reporters that the owner dimitri viru thicky sit took care of her when she was pregnant and needed it most i went glut nassim sees alice gravy no one man what me in this with my edge rosny the home it might new york city councilwoman helen rosenthal says the closing shows the importance of protecting small business but she says the rules just art up to her i believe in commercial ranked control likely have at their residential level in in the hands of the state there yet he says he still hoping to reach a new deal with the landlord and tonight it will be cloudy we've got a chance of showers lows around seventy degrees and looking ahead to tomorrow independence day mostly sunny with a high near eighty four degrees tomorrow night for the fireworks will be mostly clear with a low of around sixty six degrees beautiful for the fireworks and looking ahead to wednesday mostly sunny with a high near eighty thursday sunshine as well and i actually i'm going to give you just a little more news to have a little more time we have officials in lakewood new jersey offering a ten thousand dollar reward for information regarding an anti semitic banner.

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