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"county board supervisors" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:32 min | 3 weeks ago

"county board supervisors" Discussed on WTOP

"This is WTO P news, 1253. Last Friday, a man drove through a Pentagon security checkpoint and police say he intended to kill people. It was a dramatic scene when police drew their weapons and used their vehicles to stop him. He's charged in the crime and CBS correspondent Scott mcfarlane has details now on the suspect. He's 36 year old Tamara work and Ethiopian national who lives in falls church Virginia according to a police affidavit obtained by CBS News. While the work allegedly tried to assault police outside The Pentagon, speeding his car past two security barriers and forcing police to pull their guns and use their vehicles to pin his to stop him from approaching the complex. A court filing from federal police points to a motive, the suspect is quoted as saying that he hates America and was trying to kill people. A name change that would have affected more than a 100,000 people in fairfax county has been called off. As you can imagine, I heard differing viewpoints about changing the name. It's a question that's been lingering in fairfax county. Should the Sully district which was named after the site of a slavery plantation be given a new name? County board supervisor Cathy Smith, who represents the district now says no. I believe the best step forward at this time is to retain the name of the Sully district. She says a better idea is to find ways to educate people about the area's history and about the actual plantation in chantilly that gave the district its name. This site has a 225 year

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"county board supervisors" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:41 min | 3 weeks ago

"county board supervisors" Discussed on WTOP

"Fredericksburg now, 52 and hyattsville were at 54° here in friendship heights. And it's 8 41 Campaign 2022 on WTO P will Tuesday is election day and across the region people are early voting. Among some of the local races Frederick county councilwoman Jessica fizz water is running for county executive. What can we do here in Frederick county to make life better for people? In Frederick county councilwoman Jessica fitzwater, who's running to succeed term limited county executive Jane Gardner, a fellow Democrat against Republican Maryland state senator Michael huff, says she's ready to get to work. To see us continue on a path of progress using a common sense approach that's going to bring people together to solve problems and make life better for people. The longtime elementary music teacher explains how that job is prepared her for the office. If we're leading through listening and we're leading with a collaborative approach that really considers the views of all the stakeholders, that's been my approach as an educator as a legislator and as a leader. Matt small WTO news. We'll hear from 5th waters rival Republican Michael Hough. In the next hour. A name change that would have affected more than a 100,000 people in fairfax county has been called off. As you can imagine, I heard differing viewpoints about changing the name. It's a question that's been lingering in fairfax county. Should the Sully district, which was named after the site of a slavery plantation, be given a new name, county board supervisor Kathy Smith, who represents the district now says no. I believe the best step forward at this time is to retain the name of the Sully district. She says a better idea is to find ways to educate people about the area's history and about the actual plantation in chantilly that gave the district its name. This site has

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"county board supervisors" Discussed on What's the 311

What's the 311

12:19 min | 2 months ago

"county board supervisors" Discussed on What's the 311

"Know, big charges now. Do they know who might have seen they went straight to adult court? And some of these people went straight from DJJ, CYA to jail. Okay. And so we had a young man that she came back. You know, it was 42 years old. Okay. And then she just talked to him and I said, how are you doing? Anything was doing fine. I said, no, were you? Because I got the same question. So are you working? Yes, I'm doing construction. I was able to pick up some certain vacation. Why I was incarcerated. And then I living in a, with a relative and also, you know, I was able to find work, the only to find work. So there's not a pocket of places in different states. Just look under social injustice because a lot of states got these got these with all this money for those for people who have been incarcerated. For those who have been in that need help, that needs their component. They're letting them go, but are you providing a vehicle by which you can rebuild their lives and so I think that if they look under anything and their social justice and then they should be defined different community organizations, community based organizations who deal with the previous bones and on that level. So if they throw some of those things in the Google search in your state you brought me to come up with programs that are connected to the probation departments to the parole department into the county board supervisors in that state. So that's how they do it here. Okay. So

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"county board supervisors" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:59 min | 5 months ago

"county board supervisors" Discussed on WTOP

"Mayor muriel Bowser snagged her third term nomination to lead the district. Here at Franklin hall mayor muriel Bowser addressed supporters after winning her third democratic primary for the city's top job Today I'm the footsteps Marion Barry. She beat out challengers like council member trayon white and Robert white. I'm standing for you. Humbled and grateful that you have chosen me. She will face Republicans to see a hole in November, but in the heavily blue district, she is likely to crush in the general election. At mayor muriel Bowser's campaign party, Luke Luger WTO P news. While the results from the D.C. primary, the democratic nomination for D.C. attorney general was called for Brian Schwab. Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton is projected to win another nomination to run as D.C.'s delegate to Congress and Zachary Parker as the projected winner to run as a Democrat in ward 5, beating several rivals for the D.C. council seat being vacated by Kenyan mcduffie. Well, to Virginia's primaries, now the most competitive U.S. House races in the state are now set for November. Prince William county board supervisor yes league Vega defeated 5 opponents in a Republican primary in Virginia's 7th district. She advances to face democratic congresswoman Abigail spanberger in November. In the second district, state senator Jen Higgins won a Republican primary, defeating three opponents. Tonight, we took the first step to firing Nancy Pelosi. That sets up a match between kiggins and democratic congresswoman Elaine luria. Nick I Nelly WTO P news. Also, in fairfax county, democratic congressman Don buyer easily won his primary defeating democratic challenger, Victoria Vera Singh, buyer will face Republican Karina lipsman in November. If you'd like more results on all of these primaries from D.C. and Virginia, head over to WTO dot com. New this morning, President Biden today will call on Congress to create a federal tax holiday on gas and diesel fuel. The move would trim 18 cents off the cost of gas in 24 cents off of diesel at a time when prices at the pump have soared above $5 a gallon in many areas. The president will ask Congress to offset the loss of federal highway funds about $10 billion with other federal tax revenue. The president is expected to make the announcement during a 2 o'clock speech. His party is facing significant political headwinds ahead of the November midterm elections, with polls showing gas prices and soaring inflation as top concerns from any voters. A congressional committee is holding a hearing this morning on workplace misconduct involving the Washington commanders. Owner Dan Snyder, however, will not be testifying. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will. We get more now from WTO's Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill. The chair of the House oversight committee, Carolyn maloney, is critical of Snyder for declining to appear before the panel, which held a roundtable on the issue earlier this year. Bottom line women were objects. We were disposable and exploited over and over. Melanie coburn, a former marketing manager and cheerleader for the team, spoke at that proceeding, and blasted NFL commissioner Roger Goodell for not doing more to address the situation. Goodell plans to testify today remotely. Snyder's lawyer has said he is on an overseas business trip and can't testify, though the panel says it offered to let him testify remotely as well. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller WTO. The hearing begins at 11 this morning, you can watch it live at WTO dot com. Meantime, we're learning that Dan Snyder was accused of sexually harassing and assaulting a woman on one of the team's private planes in 2009, and that the woman was later paid more than a $1 million to settle her claims. Details of the allegations and the confidential settlement were reported by The Washington Post, which obtained a letter written by an attorney working for the team. The woman's allegations and settlement had been previously reported by the post, but specific details were not disclosed. The newly obtained letter says Snyder denied the allegations and accused the

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"county board supervisors" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:41 min | 5 months ago

"county board supervisors" Discussed on WTOP

"And I'm John Aaron. We begin with primary election results from our region. In D.C., mayor muriel Bowser snagged her third nomination to lead the district. Here at Franklin hall mayor muriel Bowser addressed supporters after winning her third democratic primary for the city's top job. Today I'm the footsteps. Marion Barry. She beat out challengers like council member trayon white and Robert white. I'm standing for you humbled and grateful that you have chosen me. She will face Republicans, say see a hole in November, but in the heavily blue district, she is likely to crush in the general election. At mayor muriel Bowser's campaign party, Luke Luger WTO P news. Dickie voters also made their choices for city council, attorney general, and delegate to Congress. D.C. council chair Phil mendelsohn held on to his party's nomination in the primary election. He won over attorney Aaron Palmer. He's now on track to become one of the longest serving chairs in council history. The Democrats were the only party with primary races last night, all other party candidates ran unopposed. Ward one incumbent Briana Doe won over two other challengers to keep her nomination in the ward 5 race, Zachary Parker beat out several rivals, and it was a sound victory for congressional delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton, she's now on track to keep her seat in Congress. The race for attorney general was called for Brian Schwab. Bruce biva conceded. Gigi Barnett, WTO P news. Two Virginia's primaries now, the most competitive U.S. House races in the state are now set for November. About standing up and doing what's right. Prince William county board supervisor, yes league Vega defeated 5 opponents in a Republican primary in Virginia's 7th district. She advances to face democratic congresswoman Abigail spanberger in November. In the second district, state senator jenn Higgins won a Republican primary, defeating three opponents. Tonight, we took the first step to firing Nancy Pelosi. That sets up a match between kiggins and democratic congresswoman Elaine luria. Niko and Ellie, WTO P news. In fairfax county democratic congressman Don beyer easily won his primary, defeating democratic challenger, Victoria Vera Singh, beyer will face Republican Karina lipsman in November for more results from D.C. and Virginia races head to WTO P dot com. Legal correspondence from 2009 is shedding light on sexual assault allegations made against Washington commander's owner Dan Snyder. A woman who worked for the team said owner Dan Snyder groped her and the temperature remove her clothing in a private partitioned area in the rear of a team plane. The Washington Post reports the details are in a letter from an attorney representing the team to the lawyer representing the woman in 2009. The post says that Snyder denied the allegations, but the team agreed to pay her a $1.6 million settlement 13 years ago after request of an insurance company. Particularly on WTO P news. Meantime when a House oversight committee meets today, Dan Snyder won't be there to testify. He's in France on a business trip and his lawyer says testifying remotely means she won't be there to protect his interests. But NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will testify under oath remotely. The committee is live streaming its meeting today to present the preliminary findings of its investigation into allegations of misconduct within the commander's workplace and the NFL's handling of those allegations. The hearing begins at 11 this morning, you can watch it live at WTO P dot com. And still to come, we've got an update on the progress of those repairs on the I two 70 sinkhole. It's 8 O 7. I

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"county board supervisors" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:52 min | 5 months ago

"county board supervisors" Discussed on WTOP

"Prince William county board supervisor yes le Vega won in a crowded Republican primary in the 7th district and advances to face democratic congresswoman Abigail spanberger in the second district state senator Jen Higgins won a Republican primary, setting up a match between her and democratic congresswoman Elaine luria. By victory, marks the beginning of the end for Elaine laurea in their house. Nick alley WTO P news. Democratic congressman Don buyer of the 8th district easily defeated his democratic challenger in a primary buyer will face Republican Corinna lipsman in November. For more results from D.C. in Virginia races head to WTO P dot com. New this morning, President Biden today will call on Congress to create a federal tax holiday on gas and diesel fuel that move would trim 18 cents off the cost of gas in 24 for diesel at a time when prices at the pump have soared above $5 a gallon in many places. A senior administration official says the move would cost an estimated $10 billion. Mister Biden the last Congress to offset the losses of federal highway funds about $10 billion with other federal tax revenue, mister Biden is expected to make the announcement during a 2 o'clock speech, his party's facing significant political headwinds ahead of the November midterm elections with polls showing gas prices and soaring inflation as top concerns for many voters. Just ahead of a congressional hearing into the workplace culture of the Washington commanders, we're learning that team owner Dan Snyder was accused of sexually harassing and assaulting a woman on one of the team's private planes in 2009, and that the woman was later paid more than a $1 million to settle her claims. Details of the allegations and the confidential settlement were reported by The Washington Post, which obtained a letter written by an attorney working for the team. The woman's allegations and settlement had been previously reported by the post, however specific details were not disclosed. Dan Snyder will not be testifying at today's hearing by a congressional committee. However, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will appear, and we get to tails on this from WTO's Mitchell Miller today on the hill. The chair of the House oversight committee, Carolyn maloney, is critical of Snyder for declining to appear before the panel, which held a roundtable on the issue earlier this year. Bottom line women were objects. We were disposable and exploited over and over. Melanie coburn, a former marketing manager and cheerleader for the team, spoke at that proceeding, and blasted NFL commissioner Roger Goodell for not doing more to address the situation. Goodell plans to testify today remotely. Snyder's lawyer has said he is on an overseas business trip and can't testify, though the panel says it offered to let him testify remotely as well. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, WTO. That hearing begins at 11 o'clock this morning, you can watch it live at WTO dot com. Still I had a powerful and deadly earthquake overseas, 7 37. If you're working in the

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"county board supervisors" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:09 min | 5 months ago

"county board supervisors" Discussed on WTOP

"You that we're going to make history a small. We're going to bring it home. Prince William county board supervisor yes le Vega won in a crowded Republican primary in the 7th district and advances to face democratic congresswoman Abigail spanberger in the second district state senator Jan Higgins won a Republican primary, setting up a match between her and democratic congresswoman Elaine luria. Marks the beginning of the end for a late Maria in their house. Nick eying Ellie, WTO P news. Democratic congressman Don buyer of the 8th district easily defeated his democratic challenger in the primary buyer will face Republican Karina lipsman in November. For more results from D.C. and Virginia races go to WTO P dot com. Legal correspondence from 2009 is shedding some light on sexual assault accusations made against Washington commander's owner, Dan Snyder. A woman who worked for the team said owner Dan Snyder groped her and attempted to remove her clothing in a private partitioned area in the rear of a team plane. The Washington Post reports the details are in a letter from an attorney representing the team to the lawyer representing the woman in 2009. The post says that Snyder denied the allegations, but the team agreed to pay her a $1.6 million settlement 13 years ago at the request of an insurance company. Now in the House oversight committee meets today, Washington commander's owner Dan Snyder will not be there to testify before its members. He's in France on a business trip and his lawyers say testifying remotely means he wouldn't be there to protect his interests. Snyder didn't refuse to testify when asked by the committee. Meantime, NFL commissioner, Roger Goodell will testify under oath remotely. The committee is live streaming its meeting today to present the preliminary findings of its investigation into allegations of misconduct within the commander's workplace and the NFL's handling of them. Still to come here, measures to help keep traffic moving on the northbound lanes of I 95 take effect today and we'll explain what it means for your commute at 6 O 7. Data. You've got to mine for it, make sense of it, and where The White House is concerned, protect

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"county board supervisors" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:00 min | 5 months ago

"county board supervisors" Discussed on WTOP

"She beat out challengers like council member trayon white and Robert white. Humbled and grateful that you have chosen me. She will face Republicans, they see a hole in November, but in the heavily blue district, she is likely to crush in the general election. At mayor muriel Bowser's campaign party, Luke Luger WTO P news. D.C. voters have also spoken on who will represent them in the city council, the attorney general's office and on Capitol Hill. A sound victory for delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton in last night's primary election. The democratic incumbent is the favorite to win in November, keeping her seat in Congress. The Democrats were the only party with primary races last night, all other party candidates ran unopposed. And the D.C. council races ten year incumbent, chairman Phil mendelson, won the democratic nomination. Zachary Parker beat out several rivals for the ward 5 seat, and ward ones incumbent Briana Doe won over two other challengers to keep her nomination. The race for attorney general was called for Brian Schwab, Bruce biva, conceded. Gigi Barnett, WTO P news. We're following results from Virginia's primaries as well, the most competitive U.S. House races in the state are now set for November. Standing up and doing what's right. Prince William county board supervisor yes league Vega defeated 5 opponents in a Republican primary in Virginia's 7th district. She advances to face democratic congresswoman Abigail spanberger in November. In the second district, state senator Jen keegans won a Republican primary, defeating three opponents. Tonight, we took the first step to firing Nancy Pelosi. That sets up a match between kiggins and democratic congresswoman Elaine luria. Nick and Ellie, WTO P news. We're learning of sexual harassment and assault allegations against Washington commander's owner Dan Snyder from 13 years ago. A woman employed by Washington's NFL team in 2009 accused the owner of groping her, attempting to remove her clothes and asking her for sex, according to The Washington Post. The post reports the team agreed to pay the woman $1.6 million in a confidential settlement. But the post says it's obtained a 2009 letter by an attorney for the team till the woman's lawyer. Snyder denied the woman's allegations, she alleged that the assault happened on board one of the team's private planes on a work trip returning from Las Vegas, particularly on WTO P news. When the House oversight and reform committee meets today, it won't have Snyder to testify before the members. He is in France on a business trip and his lawyer says, testifying remotely means she wouldn't be there to protect his interests. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will testify under oath remotely. The committee is live streaming that meeting today to present the preliminary findings of its investigation into allegations of misconduct within the commander's workplace and the NFL's handling of the team. Coming up on WTO, when is that sinkhole on I two 70 gonna get fixed. 5 O 6. Here

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"county board supervisors" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:47 min | 8 months ago

"county board supervisors" Discussed on WTOP

"Sponsored by Main Street bank Put our team in your office Three 45 with Frank hanrahan Well lived up to the hype and other classic between North Carolina and duke and this had special meaning for the blue devil's final game for coach Mike's as North Carolina knocks out duke 81 77 So North Carolina advances to the finals to face Kansas on Monday night Kansas was a winner over Villanova 81 65 Women's final now set of course for Sunday Yukon South Carolina MLS on Saturday night these united falls to Atlanta one zip At Audi field extra time goal for Atlanta Nationals engine closer to opening day team says that they'll start lefty Patrick Corbin against the New York mets still to be determined who will start for the mets maybe Max Scherzer although the former national now met is bothered by a hamstring issue According to front office sports the House oversight committee has received information alleging that the Washington commanders use the scheme to hold back ticket revenue from the NFL According to this report from front office sports the commanders allegedly did not pass along the required 40% share of ticket sales to visiting teams North Carolina knocking off duke will face Kansas Monday night for the national championship Top stories were following this routing on WTO Virginia senator and former governor Tim kaine hopes of Virginia state report examining systemic breakdowns that led to thousands being stranded in the snowstorm on I 95 in January will help improve communication to keep it from happening again Cain was among the thousands Left on I 95 for over 24 hours in that fierce storm Democrat Wes Moore picks up a key endorsement in the Maryland governor's race the Maryland state education association endorsed more in the ten candidate democratic primary Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky warning that departing Russian troops were creating a catastrophic situation for civilians by leaving mines around homes abandoned equipment and even the bodies of those killed His claims could not be independently identified independently verified For more on these stories in just moments Three 47 a man is dead following a crash in arundel county it happened before one Saturday afternoon in Pasadena and a rental county police say that the driver of a Nissan altima merged into the left lane at the same time the driver of a motorcycle Brown began merging right said to have hit the driver's side of the Nissan losing control of the motorcycle and was ejected from the seat Brown apparently died at the scene Police say improper lane change by Brown may have caused that crash speed may have also been a contributing factor Fairfax county is setting the bar high when it comes to affordable housing fairfax times reports county board supervisors set a goal of 5000 units that number has doubled the county is already created 2000 units over the past two years A panel says 15,000 of those units are needed It's three 48 Traffic and weather on the 8s and Carlos Ramirez of the WTO traffic center Thanks Ian and of course 66 eastbound It's been the story all night long Sometimes they're closed Sometimes they're not As of now it looks like they closed once again So they're kind of falling into the same pattern where they're going to be stopping for approximately ten to 15 minutes and then reopening for about that time as well So right now at this very moment not seeing any traffic being led by So do keep that in mind You might want to opt for a different route route 50 as an option So it was the highway take your pick Otherwise the westbound side of 66 I think there are still some cones out there as far as I can tell you should only have a single lane getting by right now though traffic is moving there In a little bit of the beltway headed up towards the legion bridge looking okay It looks like there may be an accident scene across the legion bridge It looks like it was quickly moved over to the shoulder It was a crash but they moved it over no worries Out of the beltway just past river road looks like that works out currently blocking a right lane You've got three lanes available to you on the left though shouldn't cause you any delay Northbound BW Parkway looks like the left lanes blocked there on your approach towards 100 That's for a work zone And across the bay bridge eastbound span is running to a traffic for the work on the westbound span D.C. two 95 looks like the accident scene is still there on the southbound side near Pennsylvania avenue Do watch out for that one And of course Martin Luther King Jr. avenue still shut down out for the overnight accident scene Two 95 northbound looking good and the loop between the Woodrow Wilson bridge and up towards her 50 year running smoothly one 8 6 6 three O four WTO that's a traffic tip line Carlos Ramirez WTO traffic storm team four Samara Theodore with your Sunday forecast Temperatures today are headed to about 59 60° We do have winds gusting upwards of 30 mph so it will 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"county board supervisors" Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

04:42 min | 9 months ago

"county board supervisors" Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

"Confidence that I could do this job. And did you have any women, public servants, politicians, as mentors who really helped you decide to run for office for the first time and then mentored you while you were in office? Yes. My first job out of college, my return to my hometown of Madison. I did an internship at the governor's office with the governor's adviser on women's issues. And it was at a time when the state was undertaking a pay equity study of the state because we already had equal pay for equal work laws, but we didn't have laws that helped close the gap when you're talking about a female dominated profession where within that profession there's going to be equal pay for equal work. But compared to a male dominated profession, there is going to be a pay gap. So this would be in the mid 1980s. So you would have teachers and nurses who were usually public employees or meant not usually, but many of them were. But then you would have in, say, the Parks and Recreation highway divisions, et cetera. Now, there was a big pay gap between those male and female dominated professions. But how do you compare them to figure out what piece of that differential is gender inequity? Ginger related, yeah. Yeah. And we figured out a methodology to do it. That's where the being a math major helps. You can look at what is the consequence of making a mistake on the job. It's a nurse, somebody might die. If it's a pilot, somebody might die. If it's making a mistake and other professionals kind of have a lot lower risks, you can look at how many people do supervise. What is the educational background required in order to be certified to do this? So you can look at all these comparables and figure out what remains that can only be explained by gender inequities. So you did this work and you're like, oh, I can use my math in government. Yeah. And then at the same time, the city and the county were beginning to look at their own workforces, figuring out the same things. And I started monitoring their meetings as they were having these debates on pay equity. Which is a ridiculously nerdy thing to do. I didn't have cable TV at home, so I just would go and sit in the public gallery. I think one of the county board supervisors thought I was a reporter. And at some point, I listened to their debate and thought, I'm as smart as anybody in this room. And so after my gap year and I started law school and then in my first semester, my county board supervisor said she was retiring and at one of my law school classes as a small group class in the rest of them were big lectures. So I went up to my small group professor who kind of is a mentor. He looked at me really sternly and he said, you know, miss Baldwin, if you really applied yourself, you could be a great lawyer. And then a twinkle burst into his twinkle in his eyes and he said, but if you insist on this political thing, you'll have my full support. So he was one of my supporters and encouragers. And I was able to start writing laws at the same time I was studying them. It was so amazing much to the chagrin of the corporation council who's supposed to do the drafting of all the ordinance amendments for the county. And I would come in with my legal notepad and section whatever should be amended. And he's like, that's my job. I learned so much there, but the women on the county board, many of whom had been on the county board for a long time. Really became mentors and when the next opportunity opened up, which was state assembly, oh boy, I just had this team ready to ready to help. It's such an amazing story, I think, because there's clearly this through line from middle school to today. And I wanted to be on the county board because they back then, it's no longer the case in Wisconsin, but they worked on healthcare policies. They had a program for indigent individuals who didn't have health insurance that would help in the event of a hospitalization. But I found so many inequities in that program that I was really able to work on healthcare policy as a county board supervisor. So back to the second question where I said no, I couldn't have imagined that I would be in the U.S. Senate when I was in middle school or whatever. Although some of my college friends would tell you otherwise, but I don't remember having that path in my mind. But these opportunities to.

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"county board supervisors" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"county board supervisors" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Over any of the documents that he's already been ordered by the court to turnover regarding Any discussions of payment subcontractors and things of this nature as well to their delay in because they're making money off of it the republicans who are running for various offices in arizona. Are making money off of this. This is a money making scam at the expense of our democracy and it's weakening the republic. That's what this is about. Their intention is to weaken the processes that they believe are going to hurt them because they are neal authoritarians. They don't want the people to decide and that is anti-american. So i don't know if. I answered your question but you know you're asking about stuff. That's a little little personal to me here. I you get a little excited. Talk about this she well. I do a fellow veteran because we you know we signed up to protect this right the right to vote the right to vote freely so it is it is very it becomes very personal at and it's personal to all americans to though not just not just vanderbilt in with a without a question i mean you know and the other aspect for me. Is you know when. I was county recorder. I created this on the chief architect of what their auditing. The new tabulation system the electronic adjudication. The actual ballots themselves. This was my election and so for as a veteran. Yeah i'm offended by but these guys are clowning around with the folks that i hired the volunteers that we coordinated the people that we supported through our leadership infrastructure to make the election happened republicans and democrats alike. And so it's hard to watch something that was so good. So successful with such high turn out and was such a click tabulation at the end. It's hard to watch it every day. Get attacked by social lion literally lying about what is happening right now and lying to make money and as you said you think that this delay i think results were due out in may and then they were due out again and then there was somebody got covert and nobody can answer any questions. I think it's coming out in a couple of or maybe september twenty fourth. I can't remember the date you can correct me on that but My concern or what. I'm wondering is if they're delaying to continue the gripped. Do you think that they'll fabricate findings to be able to continue that grafter or do they know that when they present that that it's pretty much over. Oh no they'll continue to fabricate. I mean look the senate president just a day and a half ago. Entered into an agreement with the county board supervisors regarding the subpoenas on some.

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"county board supervisors" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"county board supervisors" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Hoped that the courts would give the environment of hearing and they didn't So we're hoping now that the that congress will correct these this pollution problem in the next farm bill. So the issue was in part Public information right yet. You have a a public entity getting huge sums of money from private interests that aren't disclosed but beyond that there was a real substantive issues. You as issue. You were argued that hey county. Don't simply defend these practices. Let's get together and reach a settlement and tried to address the problem right. You actually suggested that they meet and resolve it. And i think one of the parties said they're going to then they cancelled it and blamed. You have this right. Kind of yeah. They said Okay so we had suggested in a series of editorials. Can't you knuckleheads. Just talk to each other. Well of course they can't. They couldn't talk to each other. Couldn't the governor. Terry branstad talked to bill. Stowe the ceo of the des moines waterworks. That you know they're they're five minutes apart in des moines. No they can't talk to each other. We don't wanna hear each other. So finally we saw suggested that. The byun vista county attorney and bill stowe of the waterworks Who has since died by the way Have a meeting. And so they arranged. They were arranged for a quiet secret meeting in fort dodge at a perkins restaurant and when the county board a supervisor's the to county board supervisors caught wind of that meeting. They said no way. Are you going to that meeting. We aren't talking to those people We got lawyers and we got money. Why would we talk to them. And so that's how you know we've become an america. I have a bunch of. I got a million bucks for monsanto and the coke brothers. Why should i meet you at perkins and i read the board of supervisors of the county said if art cullen says something will do the opposite which is at exactly right. That's how stupid it goes. It's kind of depressing. Kind of measure of your own cloud isn't it. Yeah you can get the wrong thing. People dig their heels in and they can't even talk to each other and that's where we you know. It speaks to the larger issue. I think of how we conduct our politics today. One of the other little details from story. That i love is some of the players involved in this. We're going to be at a some kind of a charity. Golf outing and your son. Tom went to the country club. Track them down on the course and then in the clubhouse Still didn't get any answers right. Yeah they they spotted him trudging to the eighteenth hole they took off and golf carts fleeing him and and then they got to the clubhouse where the issue to no comment and it was. The politicians and the money were all golfing together. And i'll drink in each other's booze and that's how politics is conducted. We're speaking with art colony. He's the editor of the storm lake times. Which is featured in the new documentary film storm lake which opens in select theaters tomorrow. We'll talk some more after a break. This is fresh air this message comes from. Npr sponsor wise helping millions of people around the world. Send and receive money internationally..

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"county board supervisors" Discussed on It's All Political

It's All Political

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"county board supervisors" Discussed on It's All Political

"To people. I don't even know who they are. I don't even know their names. It was like okay fine. We don't need to go there. And one of the things that i would say is i've done a number of fortress portrait's and i don't do a lot generally about people's families but in barbara's case the family family you know her two sons energy sisters were really important people in your life. And could you shed some light on who. She is a motivates her and so on and so in her case. I actually wanted to bring the family into the story. Even though it you know. I often don't so that wasn't a given either that i'd be able to do that. And i had to develop relationships with them and barbara had to give me access to them so this let me say at making a film like this especially with the reluctant subject is really a process of building trust and that is what i learned to be patient about and so when barbara says you know you really perseverance in. You're really insistent and you just didn't let it go well but part of what was happening woods to convince her age. I would treat her story respectfully that i really respected her period and that i knew that if i waited i would get more over time because overtime. She would trust me more so what i could get in. Two thousand seventeen wasn't the same as what i was going to get in two thousand and nineteen and so i'm juggling barbara. Who's resisting over here and my editor. Who's like abbie. Can't you make do drive around though. And i was like no. I can't so you know i. The editor is like calling every other day thing. We really need this. And i know that. I'll get to it with barbara says okay and not a day before and and that's just how it had to be and i think you know i learned a lesson about the value of patients in the making this film and barbara probably learned a little bit of a lesson about the value of trust because in the end. She thanked me for being trustworthy And in the end you know. I was grateful that i was patient. Because if you had tried to push this river any faster than it was flowing it would not have worked and he got some really good stuff in the movie In documentary because of that. She talks about You also have some great interviews with the members of congress present and past to the most. Poignant i thought were with john lewis. John lewis who said you know. He regrets not the voting with barley when she was the only person to to stand up against the authorization of use of force and lynn woolsey. Who agree i thought those were. I mean lynn. Who said i feel so bad. Did a couple of us didn't protect her better because then it wouldn't have all been on her and john lewis. Who said i should have been with her. I mean i. When i went into making this film i had no idea what was going to say to me about barbara. You know. I had a list of questions and they were going to say what they were going to say. So i like you quite moved by both of those remarks. Because i didn't have any idea what they were going to say you know. And and there's a graciousness to john lewis that is palpable. When you're in the room with him. I mean he believes what he says obviously but there was just a way in which you know he wanted to let me know how much he respected and admired barbara and was worried about her. He was one of the people who thought she might be blowing up her political career right. Now we'll be back with more of my interview abbie ginsberg but before we take a short break. I want to let you know that. The chronicle has a deal going. You can get twenty six weeks so full digital access for ninety nine cents ninety nine cents total less than a buck it renews three dollars ninety nine cents a week and you can cancel anytime. It's short time offer so do it. Now twenty six weeks for ninety nine cents. It's the best way you can support my work in this podcast. Go to sf chronicle dot com slash. Pawed hello heather knight if you had to pick one thing. We argue about the most on the total steph. Podcast what would i check for spaceships and wales. It's unwatchable peter hart love. But that's pretty much it when we're not fighting about the greatest movie and san francisco history total at this good vibes your pandemic support group. We interview fund guests. Give tips to explore san francisco. Anti-anxiety medication as a podcast new episode. Every friday morning subscribe to toe. Sf wherever you listen to podcasts. The other great thing about the movie The documentary is is As an oakland her i saw one of the co stars of the film was oakland. Not only in the. You know the scenes of oakland everything but the spirit of oakland and do you could barbara lee be barbara lee in any other district other than oakland and berkeley and risher dead. You know. I don't know the answer to that but it is a really good fit. You know this glove fits really well and barbara hand. And i think you're right to say that her co-star is the city of oakland and the people of oakland and you know when she refers to it as a tale of two cities that mean oakland is becoming more gentrified. We are losing a lot of the african american population One of my favorite scenes when she's trying to speak spanish at the deal fails more toast district. I believe at once that you know that is again. She was willing to sort of put herself out there. And then says okay. But i'm going to speak english So i don't know if they're i mean. I'm sure there are some other districts where you know. She would be as beloved but we are. I i do think as a district. We are diverse in the ways. That really work for her. You know she grew up in el paso that you can. You can hear her southern accent. Actually when you hear speak. So i just think that. There is a kind of bonding between barbara and her district. You know. and she's been working for the district. I mean if you start with her internship. With ron dome. So you know it's been close to fifty years a long time to be working district. And here's what i want to say about. You know what it means to represent oakland one of the things. That's in the film. And that i thought it was really important to put in and i didn't put in all the things that are like this. I just use the aids example so at the point where we are as a country really talking about aids is white gay male disease. Barbara is like excuse me. This is really affecting african americans in my district and that letter to do this whole declare a state of emergency in oakland and get the alameda. County board supervisors to go with her on that and so on so her ability to both learn in terms of what's going on in the larger picture in the country from district and to try to help her district you know with either some additional money based on you know covert testing or hiv and aids related services. She has always had a sense of. I need to know what my district needs. And i need to fight like hell for it and that has been true and the in a way. Because we're kind of you know we've been through the whole journey of aids and hiv Just the fact that she was able to call it out as lisa blunt. Rochester says in the film before else was calling. It out is huge. And so i saw. And so other things i would say you know that. She's been very concerned about equity in the cannabis business. You know and how to black people get permits in order to operate cab businesses. She's concerned about equity in the tech industry. You know that's not quite here. It's in silicon valley but there is.

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Boycott Ben & Jerry's and Unilever

Mark Levin

01:37 min | 1 year ago

Boycott Ben & Jerry's and Unilever

"Should be Out of business. New Jersey Mayor Blast again The daily Mail, not The New York Times, not the Washington Post. New Jersey Mayor blast Ben and Jerry's virtue, signaling pro Palestinian stance and S How come you still selling China, Saudi Arabia and Syria if you care about human rights. The company released a statement in July 19 that's selling ice cream and occupied Palestinian territory. It's called Judean Samaria. You might want to check the Bible, you Was inconsistent with our values. The ice cream maker is owned by British consumer goods conglomerate Unilever. Which has its U. S headquarters in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. Mayor Mario Cran, Jack. This is a good man. That town's mayor sent a letter about the ice cream makers decision on Monday to Unilever. He called Ben and Jerry's decision virtue, signaling and question while still sounds, I screamed other countries with appalling human rights records. A spokesperson for the mayor described the letter to the daily mail dot com is threatening legal recourse against Unilever. And that's spelled you and I. L E V E R Town officials will be introducing a resolution regarding the company on Wednesday evening. You should go to your town officials, folks, You should go to your Your county boards, supervisors and others and tell them to do the same thing. That you and they want to boycott Ben and Jerry's and even better Unilever. To the extent you're able to And when you're in a lever As a board meeting in America shareholder meeting. We should show up at that, too.

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"county board supervisors" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

John and Ken on Demand

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"county board supervisors" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

"Jani king. John bell kim chiampou. Kfi exits forty everywhere on the iheartradio app. Stick with us. Says after. Four o'clock apparently governor. Deputy do has allowed the release of killer for the murder of a developmentally disabled california. Manny was buried alive. Gross he actually does. This thirty days from a recall is supposed to help you let go. He'll east-leading a guy out. Who buried his victim. Alive martyrdom assemblyman jim. Patterson will join us. He has lobbied against this guy's released for years. The man who tortured and murdered mentally disabled young man goes free while his family is forced to relive the horror and jim. We'll give us all the details. We got the heads up on this yesterday from his office. Certainly has a lot of the facts behind this case. So we'll get to him coming up after the news at four o'clock the la county board supervisors is considering a proposal that residents here in la county. You have to show proof of vaccination to enter some indoor spaces and we've gone corbin carson here somewhere. Gardening they're working. You can't find new. am here here. I am all right guys. How's it going good. What's this about. What's what's the deal today with this hearing. Look i i. I should say that supervisor spent a good amount of time today. Reminding is just a motion to research. What proof of vaccine ordinances would look like so for the next two weeks. Staff and attorneys will look at things like what businesses or events should a potential mandate apply to. Should it only be essential businesses. What about kids and can they go And can they go into a a business without proof. The motion says almost four million people in la county are still unvaccinated and the nineteen continues to spread easily. Indoor spaces crowds in other settings where unvaccinated people are in close contact their antipated a spike in the fall and they must consider if any additional measures are necessary. But the big question here. In in all of these. As far as i'm concerned how is this thing proved is on the honor system again. And here's supervisor. Janice han explaining how she wants that also answered in the report. Mobbing verify their vaccination. Is that white card. If digital record is an qr code health mono-. I know it has circulated emails to people saying we've already exist. This digital proof already exists. All you have to do is sign up for it. So i wanna understand how an average person verifies their vaccination and how does the business know whether a person is telling the truth when they show that and of course that gets us back into the vaccine passport which we have spent lots of time talking about out out in orange county. Han said today. She received tons of nasty e mails and calls already associate associating. You know such digital proof with tyranny and government government overreach and you could hear many public commenters today also making similar complaints..

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"county board supervisors" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

John and Ken on Demand

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"county board supervisors" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

"Park lake. John and ken show on. Kfi gets show. Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. John's got some vacation time. I'm here with debra mark giving a news updates coming up. I will play for you. We played this a while back. I think we even used it for the dumpster. F- it is a compilation of people that were just in love. With the cuomo's andrew inquests press the the people that call themselves cuomo sexual these two all they were taking charge and they were so much the opposite of trump. We really loved them. We'll play that back. Because andrew cuomo is being asked by many including almost every major figure in his own party to quit after his own attorney general decided that he was a sexual harasser. so all. that's coming up in a few minutes. Steve gregory's here in the studio what he's been working on today as this report on. How the lapd hindle the whole echo park lake situation. They with the homeless and the protesters. And he's got the rundown. Yeah you know it came out on a one hundred page after action report right and this is a compilation of information that was compiled from You know the police department itself mitchell. Farrell's office the mayor's office outreach agencies nonprofit agencies and the homeless themselves so is a very comprehensive look at the whole incident and i want to start because it goes back historically to win. They first started making contact with people in that park. It goes back to november of two thousand. Nineteen is when they first started to notice things. Were really going awry. There had been said a few people that would put up tents in the park. But it wasn't really a big deal. They only be there a couple of days and they leave some park rangers. Weren't that concerned with them. Because they weren't causing any trouble. There were no complaints from outside in so keep in mind that overnight parking or excuse me overnight camping in a park in los angeles illegal illegal right and let it go park. Rangers are spread thin. They don't they're not fully staffed and they're spread out all over the entire city los angeles so they don't have the staffing then to do twenty four seven patrolling. So don't that mike now so what happened. According to this report. And i'm gonna just read segments of it as we move on here. It says visitors around the park maintenance staff and residents started to see drug paraphernalia needles buckets of human waste. No trash rotting food in animal. Carcasses in heavily frequented areas public bathrooms similar people reading animals. If they were killing squirrels and stuff. I don't know just said carcasses and heavily frequented darrow. Think about that right in the parks. Public bathrooms sinks and toilets were ripped out in the plumbing was modified. db used as showers. Gee street lights and electrical boxes were broken open and live electrical lines. Were run across the ground. Power televisions and heaters inside ten. Six times had called the ingenious. The people adapting creating a community steve right so at this point in november two thousand nineteen. It was described this way. Distinctly different group of individuals began erecting tents in the new orleans patronage park. The arriving population appear to have an unusual level of external support with easy access to resources like food camping equipment and electronics unlock. Unlike the parks prior on house population. This new group of individuals became instantly aggressive in threatening verbally and physically with city employees when they were asked to move or take down there to the activists or people. The activist got brought him there. That's a suspicion. I had long hurt right so i don't know hadn't really pointed out that they were. They were distinctly different though. But you'll see as you move on this point council district thirteen mitchell. Feral us started weekly cleanups with Rex in los angeles sanitation. The cleanup's were met with immediate and hostile resistance from the new encampment when park rangers. Lapd showed up to provide security for the cleaning. Crews activists took to social media organized protest to stop city trucks from even entering the park including sit ins that involved minor children as well so now january of twenty twenty wrexham part cleanup crews and park rangers were met with significant opposition when they attempted to conduct a schedule cleanup inside. I remember that story. I remember the the hostilities and they just gave up and walked away right so they they just like you said at that point. It prompted a meeting a summit of sorts january twentieth twenty twenty. The meeting was included. Three self identified spokespersons from the homeless encampment accompanied by a member of the national lawyers. Guild stated they would not leave echo park unless they were provided with permanent housing viggo. In addition to permit housing. The group made three demands that police refrained from enforcing any laws within the park. Wow specifically section sixty three forty four los angeles municipal code. Which is the illegal overnight camping right number two. The city ceased conducting any park cleanups teas and number. Three police refrained from waking them at night. And what is the leverage they have to make these demands no but at the. It's the paragraph concludes. The meeting concluded without any agreement between the party. Good you walk away from that crap okay. So then as we move on they find out in twenty twenty there were five deaths. Of course one of whom was an eighteen year old girl from orange county who was found dead from an overdose just days before she was scheduled to start college right so they noted that there was already number of deaths and this is what we say they responsible for these deaths because they let this situation fester write notes in the report had the encampment in echo park been adequately addressed in its early stages right there never would have been need fresh. Gotta kill it before it grows. Exactly right you gotta take care of it early on it. It'll just get bigger now. Have you heard of alchemy. I only regards to the story. I know they came to what to talk to people getting housing right so i didn't know they were hired by mitchell farrell's office to the tuna three hundred fifty thousand dollars. I didn't know the amount i know mitchell. Farrell used them to go in there and trying to get people into places but the reason is is because loss refused to help the los angeles. They didn't help with but that's what they do. That's it says right here. In three months urban alchemy placed more people in housing than loss did in an entire year because lhasa is a waste of money. They're completely incompetent. In fact they refused to provide details and documents to lapd to find out who's been housed. How many been housed and it says here is very specifically. This is the these are the tasks that loss should have been able to do a couple of councilman wanna break ties with lhasa. Well councilman the la the la county board supervisors. That's one thing bar wants to do. Is renegotiate either renegotiate. Its contract with lhasa or break ties. Alternate are they're not. They're not a part of la county government lhasa. They are city and county. It's a it's a unique partnership between the two entities. So now we look at the numbers spent here Part of the problems and the challenges the structure and organisation of city departments creates confusion regarding which entity holds final authority over public space. Of course we didn't even know they don't even know who's in. Charge watt ridiculous hectically. It's under rex and park technically but they don't have the staff right. As the city's primary homeless service provider losses should have been able to fulfill the need of taking care of the homes population echo. Park says it right here course. Also they concluded that these decisions should only be made by elected officials and law enforcement should not be involved in these decisions only elected officials. The other thing. I've found pretty interesting here. Nonemergency situations involving homelessness are a perfect example of the type of social issues that are best handled by a non enforcement entity. So you know all these alternative policing and said this is great. This is what they should be doing but unfortunately as one of two city departments that responds around the clock the lapd is often required called is often called upon to use enforcement oriented resources to address. Nonviolent civil problems echo. Park was no exception. Who wrote this report but this is the only pd..

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"county board supervisors" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"county board supervisors" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Will go into effect. Israel's prime minister, in a statement says his security cabinet accepted the recommendation from an Egyptian initiative and Egypt has confirmed the cease fire. It follows the worst fighting between both in a decade with Israel in the Moss reportedly agreeing on a cease fire. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says the president made it clear he wants to see a wind down of this. Of the violence and end to the violence and a winding of their operations down as quickly as possible sake, saying Israel achieved its military mission and stopping Hamas rockets and that the White House is encouraged. Both sides appear ready to end the fighting and the field. ABC NEWS Washington At least 230 Palestinians were killed, including 65 Children from Israeli air strikes. In Gaza, Hamas fired thousands of rockets into Israel, killing a dozen Israelis, including a child. Israel says its defense system intercepted 90% of those rockets. Michelle Franzen, ABC NEWS signing unlimited WTMJ news time 3 31 from the WTMJ breaking news center. Drug overdoses continue to be a problem in Milwaukee County and on Lee worsened during the pandemic. TMJ four is Rebecca Club in Milwaukee County alone. The medical examiner's office says it investigated 10 possible overdose deaths in three days I would love to say that 10 is just shockingly a courageous, but truthfully, we've seen more than that in a weekend. Scene six calls in 30 minutes, but overall overdose deaths are on the rise up 78% In just two years, the county saw 545 opioid related deaths in 2020 the year before it was 418. The top two leading causes of death in Milwaukee last year were natural causes and covert 19 as communities around southeast Wisconsin lift their mask mandates. Milwaukee County isn't joining in county executive David Crowley cause including masking and social The same will continue to be required indoors at all county facilities for both members of the public as well as county employees. This includes masking at private indoor events as well. Masks will not need to be worn outdoors at county facilities. Milwaukee County has a vaccination rate of about 40%. The Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors could take action on a long shuttered pedestrian bridge and Lake Park Today, A majority of funding for repairs is secured through federal grants. But county board supervisor Sheldon Wasserman tells TMJ four news. The board needs to authorize the use of $1 million from the county's emergency fund to complete the project. Start building. We lose the $2 million and We lose the $2 million. We lose the whole project. It's gone. Opponents say there are more pressing needs the bridge been close since 2016 when it was deemed unsafe. It looks to be another busy Atlantic hurricane season along the Gulf in East Coast have reason to be concerned. This year. Ben Friedman is the acting head of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration knows Outlook for the 2021 Atlanta hurricane season indicates that an above normal season is most likely know is predicting up to 20 named storms with 60. 10 being hurricanes and 3 to 5 becoming major hurricanes. The Atlantic hurricane season officially begins June 1st and runs through November. 30th Jim Krystle to CBS knows Citing unlimited WTMJ news time. 3 33 get ready for a truly buzz worthy story. Today is world be day and the pollinators at one German town Honey Farm are as busy as can be. Let's dive into a world as sweetest, honey. Mm hmm. They don't want to sting you. They don't want to bother you. They just want to continue on with their work. It's a captivating and beautiful part of the natural world. Second generation Honey Bee Farmer, An Indian summer honey Farm in Germantown. Caleb Warner says their farm consists of APIs, Mulet, FRA, the European honeybee and this time of year marks the start of the honey making season. These bees are just collecting pollen. A nectar really trying to beef up their hives? This is when honeybees kick it into high year s O. They really start producing a lot of brood. Ah,.

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"county board supervisors" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"county board supervisors" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"People worldwide. Meanwhile, China is battling a resurgence in cases today. They reported their first covered 19 death in months. All right, Speaking of covert 19, we've talked about the mass vaccinations that are going to be set up all across California locally at Cal Expo. We are expecting that in May start as early as Monday. We're looking at what the Los Angeles Dodgers Stadium, San Diego A stadium and Disneyland is also one location that may be up and running very, very soon. So you want to talk about that right now? We're going to be opening up for covert vaccine. This mass inoculation. They have a massive Corona virus vaccination site about ready to get going. Here's Orange County board supervisor Andrew Dough talking about it. We sign up over 10,000 people in less than two hours when we open up registration on the Athena website for vaccination today. Together with our partners at all CF A. And Disney Together with the city of Anaheim stood up this vaccine program in just days soon we will be able to vaccinate over 7000 people each day just at this location. Okay, so that's just one location by the way, and they're going to be many up and running very conceivably, by mid part of next week, right? Well, I want to talk a little bit about what seven Sacramento restaurant owners are doing. They've joined this class action lawsuit. Along with other counties throughout the state. They're trying to get the money back they spent on state and local fees, You know fees paid for certain licenses or or permits. That sort of thing. Brian s cattle back is the lead plaintiff attorney, he says. This is not a political case of all simply, they paid for something that they could not use. We're not claiming that the restaurant should or shouldn't have been forced to close or that outdoor dining is or isn't a good idea those air left to another forum in another debate here Clients, the restaurants and those are my clients followed the law did what they were supposed to do shut their businesses in whole or in part for much of last year and now going into this year, and at the same time they paid as they're obligated to one of the law, their permit fees. These air health permits these air alcohol licenses permits. They paid him up, and there were simply saying in this case. That they want a least a proportional share of those fees back because the very government that told him to close with one sort of collective those feet. Okay, So a lot of Sacramento restaurants joining that class action lawsuit? Well, I'm no lawyer. I'm no judge, but it sounds like they got a pretty good case. I mean, how can you pay a fear a permit on then they tell you what, we're shutting it down. Well, you know what a lot of people that have H aways in their community. They're saying the same thing. So we'll see what happens there as well. Ah, Caleb silver. We He's he's been detained, not not literally detained, but another job duty, so, but we are going to go over the Biden economic class. We are on the other side of this. We've got to get to traffic before we get to that year's Brian Nobles. Good morning, Brian. Good morning. This report is brought to you by rail ease and Bel Air things pretty quiet on the freeways around Sacramento as far as any accident, their hazard seeing a little more fog, developing mostly spotting it on highway 99 north of I five, also on Highway 99. The south of l grow down in the Gulf area. If you're a super commuter headed westbound on, I 80 out of the Bay area, starting to see a little more far getting through Fairfield, but nothing that's really appear. Nothing appears to be causing any delay. Once you get past 6 80 year, next fog is going through. Ah, Vallejo want to get across the car Kenya's bridge, though then things moved. Well, the rest of the way to the Bay Bridge and into San Francisco 6 80 still looking good. Across the Venetia Bridge right through conquered Pleasant Hill in Walnut Creek at rallies and Bel Air Getting club pack of Rae Lee's antibiotic free, boneless, skinless chicken breast for on Lee 97 on Lee 97, cents a pound and get 400 Get the Fuji or honey crisp apples or large enough. I want just just 97. Cents a pound Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk. Patchy fog this morning. Otherwise, today will be mostly sunny and my over the high of 62 to 66 the record of 66.

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