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"denise driehaus" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:26 min | 2 years ago

"denise driehaus" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"New to view on I heart radio happy bidding American about one hour Denise Driehaus will be the president and we got a commission to talk about what happened yesterday with the governor also after two o'clock today is congressman Warren Davidson about what's occurring in Washington but until then mayor John Cranley mayor welcome again to the bill Cunningham show and now I am good and it's ours bill can you hear me there you go yeah yes I don't care can you hear me now bill hello there currently are you hi it's a narrow appear I think let's let's try this Cranley built what do you do this once you go on it's not another number how you doing how you doing every now hi John not only with me now Miami here so my now that was my mistake I'm to blame that's time for another day let's talk about one thing about civility you've been around a long time about twenty twenty five years despite your relative use a long time and I watched about two hours and what happened not just the Duke energy center but that also in city hall and you know I don't blame you you can't get control of that group can you explain the lack of courtesy civility exchange of ideas that we see happening on city hall every time there's a get together these days well it's bad you know there there's a big difference between the people who came to city hall and the Duke energy center and the people who were protesting in huge numbers for two weeks in fact the the Sunday that that the biggest protest was on the left you know a week two weeks ago Sunday and the woman a prenup who organize that came in that in my office and she's really inspiring woman and she wants reform but he does not support the phone the police and she did not support saying F. the police that he wanted police reform but she was not one of the people coming to city hall order the convention center and the people that were there have every right to speak their minds but they they are not interested in good faith conversations and they were rude and an obvious he screamed at other people and and and took over the meeting at the Duke center and they try to take over the meeting that I chair but luckily and happily and proudly that police were able to to restore order we were allowed to let everybody speak despite the fact the council members were sort of interfering with what the officers were doing to restore calm and and and free speech let me tell you what I saw from the outside Duke energy center I David man on the next day he even though he's a Democrat and a liberal he's a hell of a guy I mean I we don't agree politically in a lot of things but he's a gentleman's gentleman and his nineteenth century president without hair and he's eighty years old and he's a gentleman absolutely when he said okay that's enough I've you know for hour upon hour after hour after hour over three days insult heaped upon insult one guy stood up and said wait a minute I got a little different opinion I support the police all hell broke loose and then when David Mann the chair of the committee hit the gavel said this meeting is and P. G. Sittenfeld said get rid of the place the place you can go and then when I'm watching the other day in city hall he also sitting to your far right incentivizing an encouraging along with CEO mark that the idea that the mob should rule it will when you were in that position with Logan and some others with Roxanne the the civility you may disagree with them but never did you have city leadership opposing the mayor opposing what you're doing how injurious is that a deeply it wasn't opposing me with opposing chief Isaac I mean after the Duke energy center allies of the same you know you know the type of attempted disruption would come to city hall for that meeting so we spent all weekend planning with the police and chief Isaac able to communicate and city manager Dany we came up with a plan that was both coronavirus sensitive but also would make sure that people could continue to say vile things in an orderly way but we would require that people speak in a two minutes our time and listen and not scream over everybody else but remember at Duke energy center somebody threw something at David Mann right across the country you had a cop cars Bermudez city hall's burn unit jailed burned this is not a joke and there are real dangers and and when you have whenever it becomes necessary for the officer to detain someone briefly arrest someone there is enormous risk to the officer and to the suspect and so when I found the most offensive on Wednesday was when when things devolved for about five to ten minutes and everybody starts screaming the officers very sensitively and very professionally came in to restore order and and councilmember Sittenfeld like he did at the Duke center and steel box started trying to order the police not to and I pointed out that that under the charter city council cannot direct the police only the city manager at myself in the merchants he which were and can do so that's a civilian chain of command and I do believe that this moment that does require a re appreciation for the charter and the culture city hall where council members think they can tell cops to stand down and you know that the police know what they're doing and there was a real risk at the convention center to elected officials to citizens and officers and there was a potential risk similarly at city hall what that the but the officers don't need when they're dealing with people screaming in their face discounts of members trying to interfere what they're doing their job it's literally dangerous chaos literally dangerous because you know what happened officer George an officer at one he's retired slowing or trying to arrest someone he is gone his his whatever his taser is as close to the person is trying to arrest as it is to himself as extremely dangerous and so when leaders of the city especially one who wants to be take your seat there's a possibility in a year and a half P. G. Sittenfeld gonna be sitting in your seat and he's gonna be completely in charge of the city but when they look up in the got Seelbach and P. G. Sittenfeld encouraging the activity telling you that to I'm running the meeting would seal box has what's called a vote and then you say wait a minute you're not the mayor and he says to you where you're not either something that affects yeah absolutely it's funny obviously because I won fair and square and Seelbach of course tried to stop me from winning and that's fine he has a right to support another candidate but it is what it is and you know as I said to Wendell young if you wanna make a different call than you know to run for mayor and and and you can make the calls but I can tell you this that okay let me repeat what I said the beginning the protests are different than the people that came to city hall and the protests have inspired me and there is a large number of people I've seen protesters that he ever with a bunch of the leaders of the protest they were not the people protesting.

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"denise driehaus" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"denise driehaus" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Summer in Brazil and then you take a plane for seventeen hours and then you take a long boat for another sixty seven hours to get to the rainforest itself okay I can see where no one there is getting it but Myanmar's you can travel in near there it's not it's not it's it's it's that it's near that area so people are getting sick on tight you know what I'm not feeling well what is this yeah we just got rid of the internet tip would be fine apparently no one's getting sick then I would say there you go it is thirty six things with tiff this morning which is a horrible thing to call this we really need to focus a segment more it's either three things one or a little too sick to three but it's more like three point five yeah you know like two and a half like when you go out with your family you have a small baby I still got a ghosts and stuff we talk about the test battery runs as what this is called by other stories besides the usual stuff there so now you've got way more information than you need to make a a discussion at the water cooler something uncomfortable possibly when you're at the gas pump for a clean waiting in line at cheesecake factory absolutely or get yourself a Segway which is all that all I've solved all this morning thanks to if she's at the tiff potter on Instagram we've got news in six minutes and Denise Driehaus stands by to give her weekly dress will have it for you live on the big one ancient Egypt for sixty six year the second better known as Ramses the great well grand city winds nearly one hundred concubines and father one hundred three sons and daughters however he was not able to listen to the show so great was the bill Cunningham the way to make your day great today at twelve noon on seven hundred WLW if you need.

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"denise driehaus" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"denise driehaus" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Seven hundred W. L. Cincinnati case number staying steady in Ohio with the ten o'clock report Rick Eugene L. breaking now this is a pretty much spot on what they have been for the on average for the last twenty one days not much changed their not much really in Dallas either hospitalizations slightly under what the average it's been governor Mike DeWine saying yesterday that coronavirus numbers staying relatively flat here in Ohio though there have been hundreds of that new cases reported in the last day or so those numbers though staying within the twenty one day reporting average governor also announcing yesterday that he has opened a multi billion dollar line of credit with the federal government to cover the cost of state unemployment in the meantime the vice president publishing an op ed in the Wall Street journal today downplaying any alarm of another wave of covert nineteen this as cases rise across half of the country this morning vice president Mike pence is downplaying new coronavirus concerns in an op ed for the Wall Street journal titled there isn't a coronavirus second wave pence right we are winning the fight against the invisible enemy adding such panic is overblown well the vice president says there is no second wave cases of the virus on the rise in at least twenty states hospitalizations are up in at least fourteen but there is New Hope for treatment doctors at Oxford university say they found the first drug that improves survival rates in the sickest patients how experts say ABC news Washington we are waiting for him to get a commission president Denise Driehaus to start today's cobit nineteen update afford Hamilton County as soon as she goes to the podium we will bring her comments live for you now the latest traffic.

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"denise driehaus" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"denise driehaus" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Five north Kentucky's wide open seventy one looks good remember going north down the ramp at a Red Bank blocked off the early July J. so they're hard on news radio seven hundred WLW welcomed his forecast from the advanced dentistry weather center from social distancing in pre screening patients to appropriate PP our focus remains on safety learn more at no fear dentist dot com slash patient safety what will return today especially after two went up there about eight o'clock this evening and the risk for severe weather has increased we are looking at the potential for damaging winds isolated tornadoes and large hail now temperatures start mid seventies we top out at eighty five tonight cooler down to sixty as we dry out and tomorrow will be mostly sunny with a high of eighty from your severe weather station I'm nine first warning meteorologist Jennifer catchmark news radio seven hundred WLW it is seventy four degrees right now have a county commissioner Denise Driehaus they'll take him to the podium to get today's cobit nineteen update she just went over the numbers moments ago announcing one hundred seventy seven new cases from last week seventeen more people have died due to a coronavirus let's take it live now to Destrehan he is the expert in the field second we are going to hear from clerk of courts Aftab Pureval who will talk about the one stop help center over in the courthouse that his office has set up for people who are in the eviction process it lending assistance to those individuals and landlords trying to to make sure that if folks can stay in their apartments they are doing so successfully with the some of the work that's happening through the one stop shop before we get to them we have a couple of other things to announce and talk about so I know this these briefings are about primarily.

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"denise driehaus" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"denise driehaus" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"A group of extraordinarily hostile people namely the fake news media president trump today signed a nearly half trillion dollar bill passed by Congress that provides more money for the paycheck protection program testing for corona virus and money to hospitals Hamilton County leaders say cases of covered nineteen are still on the rise they're not as high as they thought they would be able to county commissioner Denise Driehaus as coronavirus case numbers are lower than projected but are still on the rise now eight hundred sixty eight confirmed in the county she's asking everyone to keep up with good hygiene practices and social distancing guidelines meanwhile she's also reminding everyone it is okay to go to a hospital for emergencies not dealing with covert nineteen the hospitals are safe if you have a life threatening situation call nine one one and get to the hospital coronavirus patients are relegated to certain areas of hospitals to limit the risk of exposure to others Rick you channel news radio seven hundred WLW any street house also says they're seeing in excess of litter in recent weeks including personal protective equipment being tossed she's asking people to properly dispose of gloves and masks on Wall Street right now the Dow is up one hundred twenty nine points the nasdaq up ninety the S. and P. up twenty four we are awaiting governor Mike DeWine's daily update very soon that should be coming your way in just a little bit just got new numbers from the state of Ohio on coronavirus DOT Ohio dot gov now the total number of cases in Ohio fifteen thousand one hundred sixty nine that is with confirmation and also without the probable case definition since Ohio does not have enough testing yet to be able to feel like it can fully announce how many cases there are that is a combination of begin confirmed and probable cases in Ohio now total debts at six hundred ninety just about three thousand total hospitalizations in Ohio and the total number of ICU admissions just shy of a thousand at nine hundred twenty Ohio governor Mike DeWine is going to be giving his update he's a started be talking now but little bit of that some visual and some birthday greetings that we're going to give a bar for now we will be back to the update portion of the governor here in just a few moments for more on the corona virus go to the I heart radio app and tap the podcast tab for the latest news and information I'm Jacque Crumley our next update at two thirty and we are going to go to Ohio governor Mike DeWine talking now about the environment's father my two grandfathers they were all love to plant trees and all of them planted trees until very very late in their in their life highlands of always recognize the importance.

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"denise driehaus" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"denise driehaus" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Us and in some cases I stop funds that I looked at and your number ABC news Washington on Wall Street today the nasdaq's up about twelve points but the Dow is now down thirty latest traffic and weather together do you see how traffic center virtual visits are a timely alternative to traditional office visits and non emergency care request a virtual visit call your you see help doctor or five one three four seven five eight thousand north Penn seventy product currently running less than ten minutes out over a longer into downtown pike streets blocked off in probably for the day they need to do emergency road repairs between Hayward and Amsterdam wrote shocking removes radio seven hundred WLW ladies forecast from the train heating and cooling weather center on news radio seven hundred WLW clouds are decreasing this afternoon which means we get more rays of sun and we'll see highs in the mid sixties tonight though clouds roll back in lower fifty two and tomorrow morning by ten AM or later that's what our light rain should begin and then we see rounds of showers and storms for the afternoon our highs up at sixty two from your severe weather station I'm not first warning meteorologist Jennifer catchmark news radio seven hundred WLW has clear fifty four degrees right now handily Kelly's numbers continued to rise commissioner Denise Driehaus and briefing heard live this morning on news radio seven W. L. W. say we're not out of the woods yet are still not out of the woods here in Hamilton County so while we are under projections as we talked about on Wednesday we are still seeing an increase in the county while heavily Kelly's numbers go up in New York City indicators are looking better indicators down we need to do that for ten days to two weeks and that's when we can actually start to talk about how to begin loosening up some of these restrictions and more in New York City mayor bill de Blasio Ohio's governor Mike DeWine says he will start.

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"denise driehaus" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"denise driehaus" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Fifty two clear skies tonight low thirty sunshine tomorrow with a high of fifty three degrees it is forty five degrees right now after being locked up for ten days the man arrested for posting a video partying in the streets of over the Rhine is going free Sean Davis released on house arrest by heavily K. judge Alan tricks today trees dropped a charge of violating the stay home water at the request of prosecutors but left in place for now the felony charge of inciting a riot set a preliminary hearing on that next week number of new coronavirus cases enable county continues to climb commissioner Denise Driehaus reported this morning that totals up to five hundred and seventy six confirmed cases and twenty four deaths yes we are still seeing an increase but also yes we are seeing a flattening of the curve and so the exponential growth that we saw in the early modeling was straight up I mean that was like a bell a very steep bell curve find out of cases across Ohio we're holding steady as well as to today you'll hear the briefing live on news radio seven W. O. W. there are now six hundred ten thousand cases across the country almost thirty thousand deaths check your bank statement number of people in the tristate reporting the day today receive the government stimulus payment the money being given out by the federal government to help people struggling because of pandemic if you haven't received a payment the IRS to set up a tool at its website where you can check the status of your payments forty three million dollars on the way to help the since I know the Kentucky International Airport survived the air travel slowdown caused by the pandemic that men money part of the two point one trillion dollar cares act approved by Congress city's council in Cincinnati right now meeting to consider slashing the city budget they're facing an eighty one million dollar shortfall next year seventeen hundred workers facing furloughs and human service payments in the city could be slashed by twenty five percent.

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"denise driehaus" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"denise driehaus" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh news radio seven hundred WLW radar is clear and chilly thirty five degrees all departments in Hamilton County have been asked to cut spending by twenty percent and department heads of now released their recommendations unfortunately when personnel makes up such a significant portion of the budget there is a real human cost to these cuts several county employees will be notified that they will be on for listen mission president Denise Driehaus says these furloughs were an absolute last resort nothing about this is fair our employees have served three years of budget constraints and have gone without pay raises and faced furloughs in the past this was supposed to be the year when the budget stress was left at all county commissioners will also be taking a ten percent pay cut Rick Eugene news radio seven hundred WLW team coverage of the corona virus pandemic continues with ABC news I do think that he had absolute authority over when to lift the safer at home orders put into place because of code nineteen now president trump says it's up to the states to make the final decision he also says it's up to each state to handle testing suggesting they do so at their borders once the economy reopens it's not clear how states could enforce this without massive traffic jams but the president says there may be covert testing required as Americans travel from state to state that the Czech people through tests or otherwise coming into the states no governor has announced that they plan to do with the president suggested Andy field ABC news Washington Massachusetts governor Charlie Baker is warning residents the worst is yet to come in his state or in the best of what we believe is going to be a very difficult period for our health care community and for our Commonwealth over the course of the next several weeks New York City adding almost four thousand probable deaths of covert nineteen to its count Jerry Alden or ABC news for more the coronavirus go to the I heart radio app and tap the podcast app for the latest news and information your next update at one o'clock rob carpenter news radio seven hundred WLW I am Paul Spence vice president city gospel mission we're in a very unique time just like the rest of the community but we will not close our doors we will continue to serve the most vulnerable population the most vulnerable among us and the most hopeless among us so it's going to take a community coming together to take care of everyone wait we can't do it without you if you're in a position where god has blessed you with financial resources and you can donate please go to city gospel mission dot org and donate today.

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"denise driehaus" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

08:17 min | 2 years ago

"denise driehaus" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Donations within the next week at area hospitals today's hello Kelly press briefing has gotten underway we we can't take an ally to Denise Driehaus who is at the podium do convention center answer remember we've talked about how we intend to use Duke for expanded capacity medical need in our community this would be a step down facility from the hospitals we talked about it in terms of the search so in the health collaborative talked about this so stage one is what capacities in the hospital right now stage two is what capacity do we have amongst the hospital systems because we're not doing elective surgeries and other things in the hospital so we've created capacity there and then the third stage is an additional facility like Duke so when we talk about that third stage we were talking about maybe needing five hundred beds or so because of the modeling that we were saying we have not reduced that number to about a hundred and so what we know is that the strategies were doing what you're doing has reduced the curve and so we don't need the maximum capacity of five hundred Duke energy center so that's the good that's really good news and so we are responding to that and trying to figure out what that set up looks like the role of the National Guard the army corps of engineers but the hospitals the mayor and I have all been part of these conversations about the changes to the models in the reduced numbers of cases that we're seeing in Hamilton County so this is really great news for Hamilton County and so I just wanted to bring it to people's attention so we are going to talk about small businesses today and assistance for small businesses but we for we get to that I have a few other items so we talked about this before as well as you've seen it nationally and this is playing out in in other states there is a disturbing trend about how the minority community is being disproportionately impact impacted by code nineteen in so as promised and I talked to the health commissioner this morning we are going to start gathering those numbers for Hamilton County we don't have them right now but he promised that we would have those numbers by next week so we can see those trends in Hamilton County and we need to respond to what we think we know is happening which is this disparity and so we are top starting to respond to that we are starting to communicate more expansively really we have to understand that people get information through different news sources and different media outlets and we need to respond to that and so we have started to go on a different radio stations the other commissioners are doing some of that as well and so I want to give a more crystal clear example of what the county can do in that space so we are because of our budget reductions we are deploying a number of different strategies throughout the county system one of those strategies is redeploying some of our employees for a different purpose and so internally up on this floor actually the director of inclusion economic inclusion is Robert bell and he has been working on employment contracts you know how the county responds in the face of economic opportunity for everybody in Hamilton County at this moment in time since some of that has slowed down we are redeploying Robert bell to work for the public health department in order to bolster our efforts to reach out to the minority committee in Hamilton County the redeployment of Robert is an example of how we are shifting our people and resources to enhance our code nineteen response the county administrator and HR director are currently working with the nine one one center public health and JFS among others to identify areas of increased need for employees from other departments can be redeployed one elaborate for one second on this this is one of the strategies that we've talked about in terms of our budget remember that our revenues are going to be reduced because we are going to see less coming and through sales tax in through fees and other revenue sources so we heard from chapel Ludo either last week or the week before about how what are modeling is showing by way of those reductions in so you're going to see some strategies play out starting today will into next week as to how county departments are responding to what we know is going to be a reduced budget so we've asked departments to come up with a twenty percent reduction these are departments under the county commission and also led by other elected officials and so that exercise has been going on for the last few weeks we are starting to get well we've we've got that information in the strategies look like things like redeployment of things like using restricted funds to fill in the gaps things like furloughs for county employees and so we are going to see these strategies starting to play out I'm going to talk more about that on Monday I will have more information on Monday about exactly what's happening from department to department but I do want to emphasize that we seen this modeling it's not pretty and the strategies are really customized per department up so we don't have some over arching county strategy that says do this we've asked for information from the folks closest to their employees and so we're going to start to employs some of those strategies come Monday so more to come on that on a lighter note the chamber is creating an inspirational light installation on the banks remember we had that big Ferris wheel down at the banks it is gone temporarily and so during this time the chamber has asked if they can use that property for it this will light installation it'll be a great addition to our city and it's being conceived by braver Berlin from blank fame in Vincent lighting who designed the Roebling bridge lighting for blank thanks to the chamber for this beautiful beacon of hope for our community as we support each other during the call that nineteen crisis my understanding is that this is literally going to be a blue light that shines up into the sky and will serve as a beacon of light for our community I I want to commend the chamber for this initiative and for doing this to give us something positive to respond to our community now on the small business assistance so Pat Longo is here he's the president CEO of age CDC anchor and we'll discuss three relief programs for small businesses we'll let you elaborate on those he has an incubator client Tommy gene to discuss how he is keeping his business going during this time and his experience with the loan application process so Pat I'm gonna let you take it away you're listening live to the table to county co visit at nineteen update here on news radio seven hundred WLW commissioner Denise Driehaus talking just a moment ago announcing that the field hospital at the Duke energy center that is being planned will now be a one hundred to one hundred fifty bed facility rather than the five hundred bed hospital that was originally planned she says that is good news but things could turn on a dime she says right now they are getting ready to talk about the small business assistance in the county long ago and I'm the president CEO of AC DC EC we are multi faceted economic development organizations serving the county we are the county's office of economic development we are one of.

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"denise driehaus" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

08:50 min | 2 years ago

"denise driehaus" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"LW ten o'clock today Denise Driehaus amplicon commission presently having her I guess thrice weekly briefing to wanna call that Monday Wednesday Friday is when she's doing these now and she's actually taking questions you might have on their Twitter account so you can look for Denise online or the him a county dot gov website too I think you can submit questions up till ten o'clock it'll pick those anyway we'll have a live of course as well Mike to whine whine with the wind snacking with actin bear with me here all today here on seven hundred WLW swells Clyde Bennett at noon with Willie rapping over Shawn Davis and they'll be talking about that case too as well as more except we got lots going on here and I try to chat with you about this special if you're a small business owner even if you're not to think about it if you work for a small business medium sized business and you been furloughed you're wanting okay am I going to get some paycheck relief through my employer so even if you don't own the business you work for a small business person you've got some skin in the game when it comes to this and the big question all the headlines are screaming oh my god it's an abysmal failure they want to sing on Friday here it is Monday I love the headline from N. B. C. it's it's so funny any gotcha nature of the reporting that's going on here is thousands of applicants zero long term small business lending programs a failure to launch now granted the president and Steve Mnuchin others said Hey you know next week we're hopefully get some checks out to people it's gonna be good well you know what maybe over promised that because the reality is if you open this Friday should should people gotten this mother's got checks over the weekend he of course is no so I won't even point that teach a lesson it may take a while before this whole thing starts to roll out I would understand it I'm sure you understand that because well it takes a while in I guess to me before I take your calls on this if your business is surviving and making it and how much longer you have before you're not I would love to hear from you this morning and just what your margins healthy and things are for you for small business at five one three seven four nine seven thousand get your calls in a second but I want to set up by the aid you know I don't say because margins are really really small a small business owner right members of my family are too as well in the margins are slim nobody's really rolling it right it's it's tough out there but if we saw anything from let's say the last time we were through this which have been two thousand eight or let's go back to a natural disaster and I could Trina always comes to mind in this to me is because remember the if you're around them the argument was that the federal government did not come in quick enough to save everybody in New Orleans who was on literally under water and I you know I look at and go well you know you should be prepared as a household to live for what do you think seventy two hours or more would be a reasonable amount of time to be able to stay in your own life people to get out early still have enough food water around for three days because then look at it I would say take so long before local responders can come and help you out and then their resource will start to go away because it's local and smaller which point hopefully the states involved and then after the state's running low than the fed's comments so it should be it should be one agency coming out I'm cutting a check in overnight you have all this money in your account everything's great yeah there's got to be a little bit of sustainable in our parts we got a bill hold on for a few days or a week right until the hopefully some nana granted Cincinnati's and and dire straits but there's plenty communities around that are are actually cutting back checks back to their local small business Hamilton just pass something Levin and just pass something Mason I think was working out and have some eleven thirty talking about the problems we have in our Mason is a sad this this money set aside for economic relief for awhile for events like this to keep the local small businesses going for a few days or weeks until the state or federal money can come down the pike that that's how the whole system set up it's not the federal government we don't have a central government to to run everything in a case like this that's why we have local and state to kind of bridge that gap until so it's bridge loan bridge loan bridge well basically to Sears a bridge loans what you have that makes sense I mean that that's why I've always thought it was set up in I think there's a large number of people that want letter to the federal government the federalist what the federal government to to handle every aspect of our lives kind of like well China I mean that's that's how they ran it there in that you don't despite the communist system there will a build well it was some ridiculous number hospitals and and like what was it thirty to about ninety hospitals and thirty Dinos bills and thirty day like what others tell you doing that well they can because they can seize control of everything in the labor and everything else that's why this system is set up differently than that so you know look at them and go oh well at doing it yeah but it's the same time you don't have things like well freedom of speech and other things as well to and so I look at it that way so okay well I know margins are slim you could probably hold on for a week or two we have local fund set up and then the estate offense I get that but I I don't think that you know quite honestly the ministrations themselves any favors my cell yeah you you have money next week because that's a sound bite will process these laws it could take it's gonna take weeks for that money to come to hell it now about look at the look at the I. T. infrastructure this thing right we thought was small business association we're seeing it now and that is it and also the unemployment compensation state right they're so overwhelmed the systems were designed for god's going from five thousand people two six point six million people it's just the system is not set up that for capacity it's impossible some of the banks and all these applications and that's why the system is under strain because well we it wasn't built for that headroom same of the ventilators right that's why I want to lessen the Kurds because we had a big spike we literally run a hospital beds and ventilators and people would would die the doctors and nurses would have to play gotta go you're gonna leave you're going to die and we don't want to get to that point the same thing we're not we're not built for the huge capacity at least that's how I understand it if I'm wrong I'd love to hear opinion five one three seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred big one and and town center eighteen T. Mike in Colerain township your small business got I am third morning yeah how you doing but what's in your business when you do Norton Norton Christmas and okay so tell me how how close are you to lights off completely here I mean how much longer can you hang on I'm going to be real honest we are we are we're weathering the storm one two one four two one well you're definitely off business is definitely locked in I am friends with a lot of other stuff there's a lot of stocks that are really this is bad yeah you know this is this is bad it's you know it's a lot worse than just the second door handle every day I mean there are people that are not they're not getting the card in the door there there are people that are not they're not getting work reports that that we are we're in a dental business and you know we we've got the lights on but got it in fact there's a lot of people out there that are in trouble Mike did you guys apply do you apply for when the small business loans we with the regional her E. idea unlimited free dictionary and you know the the five pages but it took and then that got that got changed to your client could have ten thousand dollars bring it on when we applied for that that that the pending if you can even walk into the website anymore and then we will file for the the pay room yelled the one to help us out with payroll which you can file a complaint with it now at five yes but because I know that you said that we've gotten anything yeah I paid into it which is the only reason that I feel that I'm that I'm worthy to to try to collect some of it but it it you know I hope we helped out some of the businesses that really need it because there's been a lot of people that are in trouble I'm glad your hang on in that capacity to and like my wife you know we we talk our bank consider what what should we do you know is she still solid people since August about houses and but you never know what's going to happen right they're like well just apply and then you know if you need it it's there and you put me and maybe you won't need it back and I don't want to use money I'm not that may not entitled to but me I don't need to because I'd rather leave it for if there's a limited pool I want to play the Hey I'm gonna get mine now it's like unemployment compensation I wanna pay into that if I ever need it it's good to know it's there if I don't need it I'm not gonna use it and that's good I mean in a color photos of the former concerned which took out a full crew we had to do that have that have decided to take some time off to for their own health to make sure that everybody's good and plate that's fantastic do what you need to do but I'm just like that I mean even though things are a little slow on the project I want everybody to come to work on it but you know but they're they've got a place to work right thankfully we make the decisions over the course of business that we're able to whether that's but there's a lot of places that haven't been a lot of places that are absolutely in my feel better you know next week could be a week yeah I know we don't know that it would be nice to have that money available and ready to go to Mike I'm glad you're holding on brother thanks for checking out the show appreciated and on that inheritance god is listening to seven under W. 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01:44 min | 2 years ago

"denise driehaus" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"High in the tri state rain tonight low forty six sunny cooler tomorrow with a high of fifty three it is sixty seven degrees right now police are getting more aggressive forcing to stay home water in effect across the tri state number of people have now been arrested for being out in violation of the governor's instructions case from over the Rhine on Saturday was addressed yesterday by the governor of Ohio praising police for arresting Roshan Davis for inciting others to come out and party in the streets despite is ordered to stay home shout out to the law enforcement agencies to a prosecutor deters and they're currently and others who took the affirmative action to deal with that I I applaud them for what they're doing if you have questions about the pandemic that have not been addressed yet able to county commissioner Denise Driehaus in the county health commissioner holder briefing this morning at ten they are solicited questions from people who live in the county through Facebook and Twitter praying for those on the front line in the pandemic the archdiocese of Cincinnati offering a special mass for health care workers and first responders today service at ten will be presided over by police chaplain father Steve Angie it'll stream live from the cathedral downtown on the archdiocese website virtual meeting of the Mason city council shut down by the mayor when some members try to bring up an issue of providing assistance to small businesses in the city I don't want to speak at all well the role played I am so happy that this applies so that our residents can see how our elected officials are acting so members of council said that with the city to dip into emergency fund set a set aside for disasters to help Mason business owners who were shut down by the pandemic but mayor Kathy Grossman won't consider it one of the council members shut down from raising the.

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"denise driehaus" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"denise driehaus" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Be cooler tomorrow Sally gets to fifty three it is sixty seven degrees right now we do see one intense thunderstorm right now small cell that is just to the south of Hillsboro police are getting more aggressive in forcing to stay home order in effect across the tri state number of people have been arrested for being out in violation of the governor's instructions aimed at slowing the spread of covert nineteen most high profile case was in over the Rhine over the weekend and it was addressed yesterday by Ohio's governor in his daily briefing twenty six year old son Davis was arrested this past Saturday after the night before in over the Rhine allegedly posted a video of him and dozens of others define governor Mike to one's original stayed home order to prevent the spread of cover nineteen at his Tuesday press conference the governor said Davis was asking for trouble when someone that you know kind of convicts themselves so to speak and post that that that's their that's their problem and you know it was it was pretty crazy to wind call Davis's action a quote flagrant violation Davis is currently being held on three hundred fifty thousand dollars bond it faces a felony charge for inciting others to violence I'm John Gallagher news radio seven hundred WLW today's briefing by the governor is set for two o'clock you'll hear live right here on news radio server W. O. W. have questions about the pandemic that haven't been addressed yet nobody can commissioner Denise Driehaus of the county health commissioner will hold their briefing this morning at ten and she soliciting questions from people who live in the Callie you can submit them through three houses Twitter page break for those on the front line in this pandemic the archdiocese of Cincinnati is offering a special mass for health care workers and first responders today as serviceable presided over by police chaplain father Steve Angie that was streamed live from the cathedral downtown on the archdiocese website attempt today police investigating a west side murder twenty year old son Chaz lead shot to death on president Dr last night in the village of role hill no arrests have been made looks like we dodged the storms overnight for the most part however we expect more rain this evening forecasters next September W. O. W. news time five thirty five.

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"denise driehaus" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"denise driehaus" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"President Denise Driehaus in her daily briefing heard live this morning right here traffic and weather together from the UC how traffic center thank you to all the doctors nurses and care givers giving their all every day visit you see health dot com to learn how you can help our community fire crews are on the scene of a car fire on Gilbert at Beecher St watch out for a broken down that's west bound to seventy five just before you get to Turkey foot right side chucking great news radio seven hundred WLW his forecast from the train heating and cooling weather center on news radio seven hundred WLW the creases afternoon giving us a mostly sunny sky with a high of sixty seven it's just a perfect afternoon hope you can get outside tonight down to forty five partly cloudy and this guy stays the same on Saturday with a high of sixty six we will start to get into some isolated showers mainly after foreign up throughout the rest of the evening from your severe weather station I'm not first warning meteorologist Jennifer catchmark news radio seven hundred WLW up to fifty six degrees right now on Wall Street stock prices are lower today the Dow off after an unemployment report that showed the jobless rate jumped to four point four percent up nearly a point in March with over seven hundred thousand new claims for unemployment compensation on Wall Street the Dow is down by a hundred twenty points big music festival plant personnel park on the river in may has been cancelled the national says on its website every attempt was made to reschedule but says because of circumstances out of their control the homecoming celebrations being scrubbed they said they plan to return in twenty twenty one for more the corona virus go the I heart radio app and tap the podcast app for the latest news and information our next updates at noon on news radio sort of a double double seven hundred WLW Cincinnati available everywhere with you I heart radio one seven hundred WLW and I heart radio station you go to the mechanic in here has been the torque right now let me have the flamethrowers that sounds wrong you know what else sounds wrong when you hear about the interest earning on your savings with the largest.

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"denise driehaus" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"denise driehaus" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Cincinnati morning in Hamilton County with the twelve thirty reports I'm Jack crumbly breaking it now today feels like a gut punch because we are reporting two deaths today and it feels like a very dramatic shift in what we're dealing with here in Hamilton County and the county commission president Denise Driehaus speaking this morning two men died yesterday in the county from complications because of coronavirus they were in their fifties and sixties the city of Cincinnati still working on converting the Duke energy center into a temporary hospital meantime Ohio governor Mike DeWine says we are still not yet at the peak of the outbreak we got out there I just as Dr act and a minute ago I said okay you're looking all this different modeling I'll state again modeling from the Cleveland Clinic elsewhere when you think the peak yet and you know it changes we get different information we still have enough testing out their kids of tracking as well as we would like but you know she thinks around may five is what she told me so we don't really know could be sometimes you don't get able to bid may somewhere in between those you're going to see it hit the peak but then we got to come down some for that so we just ask people to hang in there you don't stay out of it we got we we got to do it we will have governor declines daily update again live today it's expected to happen around two PM now the latest traffic and weather together from the UC health traffic center thank you to all the doctors nurses and caregivers giving their all every day visit UC health dot com to learn how you can help our community there's.

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12:00 min | 2 years ago

"denise driehaus" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"To tell the county's daily press briefing on the cove it nineteen outbreak commission president Denise Driehaus as there are now about eighty five confirmed cases of cove it nineteen fourteen people remain hospitalized and thankfully there have been no deaths reported in the county we are now getting an update on the county's nine one one system and and plans to keep first responders safe we will go back to that now department of health has their one eight hundred number that is available in general questions that you can ask of of all places again the number one system is designed for emergency life threatening type of information if you feel sick call your your family physician your care giver if you have mild symptoms you know do not go to the emergency room right away for a covert nineteen test and that's something that is our chief Gallo and and docker we'll talk about here shortly but that is far as the only for the nine one system life threatening symptoms include symptoms such as shortness of breath chest pains you know a very high fever and acute onset of cardiac issues and dizziness or confusion when you do call nine one one you can expect some additional questioning to be asked this is something that is that is been going on since late January Beyonce where they were going to and this is all my one traffic Sir you're calling for a crime in progress for example we're still going to ask you have you had contact with someone who recently traveled have you are you in the house so that is you know or suspect arrested tested go to nineteen Asian all those things are are being done in a manner to restart the protect and up reserve the health and welfare of our public safety sponsors we're also going to probably give you some an addition or normal medical instructions that we would give you by telephone we're going to ask you that's when the first responders arrive please step outside you know meet them outside of if possible again news social distancing we you know we all want to be considerate of that India will go walk outside meet the meet the fire EMS personnel and or your police officers so that they're not in a confined space where perhaps we are cross contaminate each other again keeping in mind that in most communities have you know a very limited amount of resources specifically when you talk about fire EMS there's a there's a very limited number of EMS units so one we have one EMS crew that good encounters a patient that has some type of a a symptom that with we we you you actually may be jeopardizing a large percentage of the responded for that entire community so we're gonna ask you to step outside they may be wearing types of of a personal protection equipment that you may not have seen before in in don't let this alarm you even if you do not have the the virus we're still going to respond in that manner and they're gonna be in that equipment and so be prepared for that and then be aware that nine one and the EMS services only transfer to hospitals we do not do routine transport to doctors offices or urgent care centers you're going to be transported to an emergency room and that emergency room has a very limited amount of resources that that again in my my my chief Gallo we'll talk about here just a little bit so with that I appreciate the time to give you a quick update I want the public to have the confidence in the nine one systems throughout Hamilton County in the three nine one centers that handle the nine one traffic for you you know the we're prepared we're looking to see what changes we need to make in order to continue to be effective and we're there for you there should be nothing but the utmost confidence within our system for that I appreciate thank you and I you know it as you all know what we're talking about today is what we're seeing on the ground right now but also in anticipation of the surge that we've been hearing about which you know we we've got it time frames under which we might experience a surge in so we need to be ready when it comes to emergency response on the ground and so that's what we're referring to here so I'm going to call up chief Gallo to give us an idea of the partnership here amongst all the first responders throughout the county and their involvement in the stable shopping and kind of creating this protocol that will best serve them as we see the situation press thank you commissioner set in southwest Ohio we have a protocol me that meets every year six to seven times a year it's made up of a hammock county departments northern Kentucky departments numerous doctors from various hospitals in our EMS coordinators we develop protocols usually that we implement once a year our this year because of the pandemic we've come in to have an issue that we got our grass and that is making our resources available for emergencies what we have found in but not much of the U. S. census like show that eighty percent of people do just fine however there are some of the individuals that come down with the pope in nineteen that might experience serious illness and need to be transport to hospital what we want to try to limit the amount of people that we send with minor symptoms to the hospital we were contacted by some various people on the committee looking to see if we were gonna develop a protocol we started the process in Randy this is an unusual process for us so we developed a protocol we sent it out it got approved by the numerous departments are involved in this protocol and it was sent to the EDS committee which approved it which oversees the southwest a higher pre hospital care the protocol committee the goal of this protocol is to try to keep our resources available like director nab him mention if we can decrease decrease the number of people that were sent to the hospital and keep our resources available because we don't be other emergencies going on people have heart attacks all have strokes people injured in falls we gotta be able to take care of those people so if we can limit the number of transports for making and be available for those calls that was the idea behind the other possible Galway's we decrease the surge on the hospitals so they can take care of the sickest people the other thing is if we send minor complaints to a hospital with in they could be a potentially exposed to worst conditions which they can also then become worse also if we do not transport you to the hospital we will provide home care package that will be handed off to you know give you instructions on what to do such as follow up with your doctor in to treat it like any other respiratory illness that you might have it does not mean that you can call nine one one back and have us respond back especially if you develop shortness of breath symptoms become worse we will come back and yes we will transport you to a hospital so again it it's new for the arts in this area especially developing a protocol of this this type hopefully that answer some of your questions thank you should gala is so a doctor which curry is going to come up and expand a little bit of about the protocol that is going to be put in place thank you commissioner but just as big a little bit more about the part of our process the protocol itself and it's so there's almost a hyperlocal committee and is a subcommittee of the emergency disaster services committee of the academy of medicine Cincinnati and so it's a well established committee we as these guys that usually but protocol updates out and once a year for the southwest Ohio region and northern Kentucky has started to use many of our protocols to participate I process the very robust process normally we take a very long amount of time to make the protocols and lots of discussion obviously this required a much shorter process we looked at our calls throughout the entire country and there are many other jurisdictions and cities that are being hit on the up front wave of this faster than us they're implementing these protocols and we took dozens of those together and use that as the matrix and framework and to develop this protocol the protocol is evidence based and people with a significant morbidities or and those are diseases that ridicule do poorly or abnormal vital signs get excluded from our non transport protocol we want to assure everyone that if you call nine one one for these symptoms and the paramedics come out evaluate you and you meet all the criteria not be transferred to the hospital it it's probably safer for you to stay at home and may you are probably at that point in the group of people who are going to do well you certainly don't feel well the patients that I've seen in my emergency department and I have run a virus don't feel well and that but if you have reassuring vital signs and you're not in that the risk categories that predicted you'll do poorly and most people will recover and and do better more safely at home we very much want to make sure that that every citizen is cared for says you've Gallo said if you you know meet that criteria for doing more poorly or if you feel that you're just not not that okay to be at home anymore we always call nine one one and we want to preserve an island system for everyone that calls and to be evaluated and you'll get a C. S. you to hunger instructions it's got a link you can go on to the city's website and look at their kind of videos and things but just be sure that it you know this is a thorough invented at rock process it's different than what we normally do and almost all of our other protocols and you call nine one one you're always going to transport to the hospital and so this is a little bit different and that that and we do think that it's the right thing to do in this particular situation and I'm happy to take anymore thank you and and once again thank you so much for the work that you're doing and collaboration with one another the medical community the first responders coming together to try to figure out how to behave in a responsible way during what we anticipate which is the surge that is coming I I applaud you for having the protocols in place and I didn't know you on that on a regular basis so that is very helpful as now you come together in a moment of crisis because you've already established a relationship so thank you for all that you're doing so I wanted to mention what does what does I know I had a I had a moment I want to mention one other thing is so over the weekend as happens during the week people are constantly emailing and texting offers four PP for supplies for spaces that could be made available for not only people who need medical treatment for.

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"denise driehaus" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"denise driehaus" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"In the peak and the dynamics of that curve is starting to resemble a bit of New York all of this as president trump has extended the social distancing guidelines for another month dashing hopes of reopening the country and the economy by Easter Dave Packer ABC news have all the county leaders now getting under way with their daily cobit nineteen press briefing will take in live now to commission president Denise Driehaus mention that I went out to the funeral service for officer gates in Springdale police chief wells was generous enough to invite me to the service side stood outside there was a lot of social distancing obviously going on but I think it was a stark reminder of how important our first responders are in this community how so much of what they do puts them in danger in harm's way and how grateful we need to continue to be to our first responders and we have first responders with us this morning and so I just to want to acknowledge that it was a very sobering ceremony in real reminder of how a woman police officer officer grant just doing her job her in harm's way and had a fatal ending so it was just really challenging I do want to also say our condolences are with the family and the police officers in Springdale many other jurisdictions have stepped up and are feeling the chefs of so many of those police officers that I needed some time off for needed to prepare for the funeral so anyway it was as you know it it's the both the good and the bad it's in times like that so we're gonna start with the numbers as we always do as of this morning I talked to Greg testament as I always do in the morning we have eighty five confirmed positive cases in Hamilton County of covert nineteen they say without technical difficulties there obviously with the feed of Denise Driehaus who's addressing us Hamlin county commission president Denise Driehaus and talking and giving the latest numbers ever go we're back restraints.

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Newsradio 700 WLW

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"denise driehaus" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Update to the latest numbers from Hamilton County this is the ten thirty reports I'm sandy Collins breaking now Denise Driehaus wrapping up the a briefing from Hamilton County with these new numbers fifty two cases here in Hamilton County five are hospitalized and no new reports of deaths in the area and then about thirty minutes news conference we heard that there's been an eight thousand percent increase in calls for unemployment and that unemployment is handled by the state a three house of knowledge that any agency with that that kind of an increase is not gonna be able to really handle that amount of need she encourages everyone to continue to keep trying with unemployment you can do it online also Christa Hyson who does the PR at the health collaborative says that that region is ready and they have a surge level already in place when the search happens the with its distinctive level so they'll know exactly what needs to be done as they get an influx of patients which were expecting in the next month and that first level to call in additional staff the second level is to use all the areas here in the state in the tristate region for beds and then the third level would be to use a a region wide resources including federal and state and she says until we get more materials they're only going to be still testing patients are that are in hospitals or healthcare facilities and health care workers that work in the tier one system so a lot of information for you we will have more for you here in just a bit but if you do need help from unemployment good unemployment DOT Ohio dot gov or call this number will give it to you now it's eight seven seven six four four six five six two traffic.

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