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"department housing urban development" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

01:42 min | 6 months ago

"department housing urban development" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"The morning this is one of four three might them over the weekend governor Newsom gave an update on the state's plan to house the homeless in hotels it is press conference the governor said they have identified about seven thousand out of a desired goal of fifteen thousand rooms in what is called the first phase according to the US department housing urban development there are more than a hundred fifty thousand homeless people in California Newsome said that since these plans took shape in mid March eight hundred seventy people have been sheltered many more to come this initiative known as project room key is a first of its kind in the entire country a storm hitting southern California is raising concern apostle mud and debris flows in areas impacted by recent wildfires and evacuation warning has been issued for the neighborhoods in the holy fire burn area near corona the warning is not a mandatory order but the idea of evacuating is complicated by current social distancing guidelines in a state order for residents to stay at home authorities say that the becomes necessary residents should call two one one for shelter information that number again is two one one not the nine one one emergency responded over Walmart has begun limiting the number of people out into stores an effort to reduce the spread of Kobe nineteen and abide by social distancing guidelines the company will allow no more than five customers in their store for every one thousand square feet that's roughly twenty percent of the storage capacity store associates have also been cleaning high traffic areas regularly like checkout areas shopping carts I did notice at Albertsons over the weekend it was one young lady's job just to go around just to clean shopping carts and handles it was just nonstop the entire time I was there so it's very good to see coming up next what food did you stock up on and now you're getting sick of eating it all the time are you done with chips.

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"department housing urban development" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:10 min | 11 months ago

"department housing urban development" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And Sunday rain and mountain snow is expected to arrive as early as Wednesday and last through Friday of next week Amir I'll just chime in deal up with NBC for sedan LA right now it's forty nine in Laguna Miguel fifty one in Santa Ana fifty three of Pomona fifty six in Manhattan Beach we lead local live from the KFI twenty four hour news room I'm Jennifer Jones Lee survey on good morning everybody handle on a Friday November two with next step in the impeachment inquiry is it doesn't go to the house floor for a vote on impeachment it goes to the Judiciary Committee that draft articles of impeachment and then go to the floor for the vote by the way the judiciary committee of the house can have its own hearings can you imagine that yeah and then the White House and legislators at both Senate Democrat are now trying to figure out how the trial is going to work they want a time line day once in the rules set up and they're all sitting down and thinking about it all right now our story of homelessness here in southern California now I have I don't know how many topics are how many segments we've done and homelessness and what happens is there's always a different spin and I want to talk about the politics of homelessness and in this case president trump's politics of homelessness and there is a fear that the trump administration which is moving forward on its plans to deal with homelessness here in California is doing so simply for political purposes because as you know the president has issued a I tweet after tweet and has called are homeless issue pick a Sam Cisco in LA particularly disgusting and a disgrace to our country so White House officials are going to present the president with the next few weeks our plan to crack down on homelessness I instantly this is just a few days after a top federal or not top federal official who is appointed during the Obama administration I has been thrown out has been fired how YA because of some opposition to the federal plan and so what does the press will be able to select from a series of ideas and these are sources of course within the White House and know what what's going on and I and I know everybody says what sources well if they're not authorized to speak on behalf of the administration you're never going to get on the record sources which means we're never gonna do a story about anything that the president is about to do or what goes on in the White House I mean that there's not much more you can do other than say anonymous sources so a couple of ideas that are being bandied about on the federal level I include re purposing existing federal property for example to help the homeless moving homeless folks from a specific area and condemning certain properties now rumors of this crackdown on homelessness and it's being eat view either as a crack down as a move for political gain as a legitimate effort to stop homelessness and maybe there is a combination of all three I here's the problem there's a lot of concern among career officials at the department of housing and urban development these are non political people and we have that story before where you have career for example I the the impeachment hearings were all about career state department national security people all saying what the hell is going on with these phone calls what is this business with Ukraine because of course that was all of the shenanigans to what extent they were were held at a political level well these are career officials at the department housing urban development and national housing experts worry that the solutions could actually make problems worse because the solutions come down and they may only be for political purposes and there's all kinds of vice speculation on the washingtonpost Donald trump's are trump's favorite newspaper in September that job the administration consider raising tent camps for the homeless creating temporary facilities refurbishing government facilities here's the problem is that the homeless issue moving people around is really not a federal issue the state's control it another words for example they're talking about building shelters well we're gonna build shelters I mean they have to do it on federal land and then moving people the federal land how many federal I'm repeat how many parcels of federal anything out there they're not being used now there is one former FAA facility that's a big one in the feds are thinking of turning that into a giant dot homeless shelter right I mean that's a possibility but here's the problem and that is the issue of homelessness in dealing with it is a very local issue it's where how many are there shelters nearby how many people on the street will not go to shelters that takes a micro look what's going on in a specific area for example what happens in Skid Row is very different than what happens in the San Fernando Valley in terms of the number of people who are mentally ill the number that you could just not universal the disease is among the Skid Row residents because they're so packed in very different and so with the federal government is taking a macro a poor approach and the argument is wait a minute the only reason you're doing this is for all kinds of political purposes what are the number one that you're doing something about it this is the argument against administration number two at your saying you're doing something about it because the disgusting the this disgraceful way that California is handling the homeless proves that California is outside the mainstream and here I am the president I'm going to do something about it so I mean there are political gains to be made but that's always the case whenever a federal program is instituted to help insert name of whatever group needs help here so we'll see what happens and by the way the answer and I think there is an answer here is if the feds are going to get involved what really makes the most sense is simply taking the dollars that the feds would be spending and and just giving it to the local authorities and offering the space and saying here's what we're willing to do you guys take over you handle it much like the argument that local school boards are much more fat to deal with issues of students and as the state or is the fad that's an argument all right coming up I love this one we've talked about adding you to spend more all the scams this is a scam these are real retailers online and what they're doing to get you and by the way it's pretty sleazy to get you to spend more this is K. how far let's check in with Jennifer motor home on the Traxxas caused a fiery metrolink crash in Santa Fe springs and no one on board the train was hurt when it hit the R. 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"department housing urban development" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

09:17 min | 1 year ago

"department housing urban development" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"We are the valleys law firm we are back with judge Oliver ranger former federal judge for the Eastern District of California judge a retirement ice I noticed that you upon retirement you had a quote that they had quoted you in the Fresno bee basically that. the years of service as a job as a judge has left you with a few friends. there is no doubt about that you will remember that I had. over a hundred cases involving the delta smelt so on edge and the like and I had no friends we had. environmentalists we had a water users who were farmers and others we had a sensually those who use water or for hydro power we had municipal and industrial users and so nobody was happy and all of those decisions were to be. totally candid. following the law and the you know what people want you know that there are quite frankly concerns by everybody who has an interest in yet if you follow the law quite frankly in the final analysis maybe we will preserve a snack for the rule of law even though they don't like the judge yeah I know and I understand the you you actually hired your own experts I'm assuming part of your scientific studies at Colorado school for mines may of at New York. help you in that mindset of thinking scientifically also went when you're doing this but but those were highly highly complex rulings and like you said no one was happy but you felt happy because you you felt you follow the law to the to the tee I did a and and mentioning the experts under seven oh six of the federal rules of evidence judge is entitled to have an expert and remember under the Endangered Species Act the requirement is that the best available science be used and the water users were challenging the science right and we have as the administrative presumption that even if they make a mistake you follow that but the science was not even junk science was non science the bottom line is we had independent experts in the university of Washington and they said this isn't science this doesn't work but the ninth circuit said your outline district judge you do what the administrative agency does whether it's right or wrong that's where we are so what is best available science means yeah you know it's funny that you say that and we haven't talked about this before when I was in law school I was environmentalists I was a marine biology major I went to moss landing marine laboratories I'm so it I guess in many respects on like you as far as that's concerned I got into law school and I said okay I'm going to preserve my my sense of the environment etcetera and I'm going to study environmental law and we had a environmentalist vitamin a lawyer came came to law school gave a speech then I remember I walked outside he was driving a beautiful vocal right and I said well what do you think do you like it and he paused and he wanted to say the righteous thing like you're saying Exeter but he paused and he said. the US government has so many rules that I forty case for ten years and at the end of ten years they said we don't care per se we're gonna ignore your science per se this is how you have to roll. and this is the with the ruling can be and he goes so I I picked up my briefcase after those ten years and I walked away realizing it was it was futile that you know what it what I had done good for him yeah yeah yeah and of course I am becoming virus medical or because of it you know we're talking about what will we wanted to talk about and the reason why I asked you to come here is not only because I just wanted to to let the Fresno know a little bit more about you but also the Kincaid case what was the can Kate case you can K. case involved the homeless yeah and downtown Fresno E. street G. street. literally are where the freeways cross there were encampments there were a large populations there were complaints about needles about prostitution about other criminal activity it was also it was all centralized around that area absolutely right right and so what was determined was this and because of the encampments quite frankly there was a lot of what some people would call trash so a corporal. of the present city police department suggested. let us post. a twenty four hour notice in places where it can be seen right that. if you do not take possession and remove your belongings. they are going to be treated as trash they will be seized and they will be destroyed on the spot right and that is what was done and and it was the place we're going on it in on a regular basis and they were doing this and there was one homeless gentleman that and I'm assuming that he was picked up by the ACLU al I think his name was al Williams or something to that effect that he said I had my wife's wheelchair I had my wife's medication I had photographs I had some other items that were taken from me and so on his behalf and on behalf of a class of about two hundred twenty five people homeless people the ACLU and a couple other lawyer groups sued the city of Fresno right that is right in that case was before you the case was before may yes and not just what you've said in addition ashes passports cell phones the the belongings of the people who had no place to live and we're in the street if you're saying you're saying like ashes of their loved ones of just east of the sea floor how many members loved ones that's right now so at any rate the case came in and interestingly there were no lawyers in Fresno who would take the case right and so the ACLU from San Francisco and some others came in and essentially. the Fourth Amendment unlawful seizure and destruction of Robert property right the Fourteenth Amendment which essentially incorporates the Fifth Amendment which process you don't due process of law you need to have noticed an opportunity to be heard before you destroy essentially the what we would call discrimination in the sense that it's a violation of equal protection if you're a criminal you have property is guess sees it gets stored right is capped right and it isn't destroyed until you have an opportunity well that that's really and I like I say you know the the U. S. department housing urban development say there's about five hundred and fifty fourth thousand homeless United States Fresno I think now has over twelve hundred homeless and the reason why we brought you in is because I I couldn't figure out why the ruling what it is and I do agree with your rulings in the sense of I do agree that the due process clause demanded a better process what I couldn't understand was what process that that they had because you would think that it was the same thing as a criminal arrest you're arrested for trespassing vagrancy whatever may be we see your assets and we hold it but you're saying that they were doing that they were just destroying them immediately exactly what the what the city said was one we have no space right to a store the property and number two we can't afford to store the property and what was happening was they were using the kind of garbage trucks that actually grind up and destroy whatever is in them and they were throwing everything if they picked up into those trucks one in and I'm glad that you're explain this way because you know it was not a popular decision and Fresno follow the law is. and and now and now I guess Fresno starting learn about you that the fact that the law is a truism there is an ultimate right and ultimate wrong and even though I always say attorneys never think in black and white we always thinking gray area there is one black and white in in many respects and that is the law and yes it can be interpreted as far as being gray area but if you fall lawful your heart full your brain in ninety nine percent of the time be the right decision and there is a modern anomaly and that is the concept of sanctuary law right because if you want to have the. les interpretation of that is. we obey the laws we agreement right otherwise we don't we will that runs along on AM J...

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"department housing urban development" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

09:09 min | 1 year ago

"department housing urban development" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"We are the valleys law firm we are back with judge Oliver wager former federal judge for the Eastern District of California judge a retirement ice I noticed that you upon retirement you had a quote that they had quoted you in the Fresno bee basically that the years of service as a job as a judge has left you with a few friends there is no doubt about that you will remember that I had up over a hundred cases involving the delta smelt so on edge and the like and I had no friends we had environmentalists we had a water users who were farmers and others we had a sensually those who use water for hydro power we had municipal and industrial users and so nobody was happy and all of those decisions were to be totally candid following the law and the you know what people want you know that there are quite frankly concerns by everybody who has an interest in yet if you follow the law quite frankly in the final analysis maybe we will preserve a snack for the rule of law even though they don't like the judge yeah I know and I understand the you you actually hired your own experts I'm assuming part of your scientific studies at Colorado school for mines may of at noon okay help you in that mindset of thinking scientifically also went when you're doing this but but those were highly highly complex rulings and like you said no one was happy but you felt happy because you you felt you follow the law to the to the T. I did a and and mentioning the experts under seven oh six of the federal rules of evidence judge is entitled to have an expert and remember under the Endangered Species Act the requirement is that the best available science to be used and the water users were challenging the science right and we have as the administrative presumption that even if they make a mistake you follow that but the science was not even junk science is non science the bottom line is we had independent experts in the university of Washington and they said this isn't science this doesn't work but the ninth circuit said your outline district judge you do what the administrative agency does whether it's right or wrong that's where we are so what is best available science means yeah you know it's funny that you say that and we haven't talked about this before when I was in law school I was environmentalist I was a marine biology major I went to moss landing marine laboratories I'm so it I guess in many respects on like you as far as that's concerned I got into law school and I said okay I'm going to preserve my my sense of the environment etcetera and I'm going to study environmental law and we had a environmentalist vitamin a lawyer came came to law school gave a speech then I remember I walked outside he was driving a beatable vocal right and I said well what do you think do you like it and he paused and he wanted to say the writers thing like you're saying Exeter but he paused and he said the US government has so many rules that I forty case for ten years and at the end of ten years they said we don't care per se we're gonna ignore your science per se this is how you have to roll and this is the with the ruling can be and he goes so I I picked up my briefcase after those ten years and I walked away realizing it was it was futile that you know what it what I had done good for him yeah yeah yeah and of course I am becoming part of medical lawyer because of it you know we're talking about what will we wanted to talk about and the reason why I asked you to come here is not only because I just wanted to to let the Fresno know a little bit more about you but also the Kincaid case what was the can Kate case you can Cade case involved the homeless yeah and downtown Fresno east street G. street are literally are where the freeways cross there were encampments there were a large populations there were complaints about needles about prostitution about other criminal activity it was also it was all centralized around that area absolutely right right and so what was determined was this and because of the encampments quite frankly there was a lot of what some people would call trash so a corporal I love the Fresno City police department suggested let us post a twenty four hour notice in places where it can be seen right that if you do not take possession and remove your belongings they are going to be treated as trash they will be seized and they will be destroyed on the spot right and that is what was done and and it was the place we're going on it in on a regular basis and they were doing this and there was one homeless gentleman that and I'm assuming that he was picked up by the ACLU al I think his name was al Williams or something to that effect that he said I had my wife's wheelchair I had my wife's medication I had photographs I had some other items that were taken from me and so on his behalf and on behalf of a class of about two hundred twenty five people homeless people the ACLU and a couple other lawyer groups sued the city of Fresno right that is right and that case was before you the case was before may yes and not just what you've said in addition ashes passports cell phones the the belongings of the people who had no place to live and we're in the street if you're saying you're saying like ashes of their loved ones of deceased of the C. slow down the members loved ones that's right now so at any rate the case came in and interestingly there were no lawyers in Fresno who would take the case right and so the ACLU from San Francisco and some others came in and essentially the Fourth Amendment unlawful seizure and destruction of Robert property right the Fourteenth Amendment which essentially incorporates the Fifth Amendment which process you don't due process of law you need to have noticed an opportunity to be heard before you destroy a centrally the what we would call discrimination in the sense that it's a violation of equal protection if you're a criminal and you have property is guess sees it gets stored right is capped right and it isn't destroyed until you have an opportunity well that that's really and I like I say you know the US department housing urban development say there's about five hundred and fifty fourth thousand homeless United States Fresno I think now has over twelve hundred homeless and the reason why we brought you in is because I I couldn't figure out why the ruling what it is and I do agree with your rulings in the sense of I do agree that the due process clause demanded a better process what I couldn't understand was what process that that they had because you would think that it was the same thing as a criminal arrest you're arrested for trespassing vagrancy whatever may be we see your assets and we hold it but you're saying that they weren't doing that they were just destroying them immediately exactly what what the city said was one we have no space right to a store the property and number two we can't afford to store the property and what was happening was they were using the kind of garbage trucks that actually grind up and destroy whatever is in them and they were throwing everything if they picked up into those trucks one in and I'm glad that you're explain this way because you know it was not a popular decision and Fred bottle the law is and and now and now I guess Fresno starting learn about you that the fact that the law is a truism there is an ultimate right and ultimate wrong and even though I always say attorneys never think in black and white we always thinking gray area there is one black and white in in many respects and that is the law and yes it can be interpreted as far as being gray area but if you fall lawful your heart full your brain in ninety nine percent of the time be the right decision and there is a modern anomaly and that is the concept of sanctuary law right because if you want to have the les interpretation of that is we obey the laws we agreement right otherwise we don't we will.

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"department housing urban development" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"department housing urban development" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Eight three nine people were arrested during a protest at Rockefeller Center is famous ice skating rink debut. CBS's Steve burns skaters tried to make the best of it gliding past a dozen or so protesters who were laying in the middle of the Rockefeller Center rink on their backs. Another protester climbed through the found onto the gold Prometheus statute unfurled a banner reading in part climate change equals mass murder. It found several police officers waiting for on the other side of the water nine people total were arrested. According to the NYPD all of them are charged with disorderly conduct one was charged with public endangerment as well. A group called extinction. Rebellion is taking credit for the protests with other organized events on Saturday in the streets of Washington, Los Angeles, and San Francisco organizers, call it day one of their actions at Rockefeller Center. Steve birds WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty a package of gun control. Bills is expected to pass through the new. York state legislature this week WCBS report amac Rosenberg with details. It's not about the second amendment. It's about common sense. According to Long Island democratic Senator Todd Kamensky the legislation which has gone nowhere in the previously. Republican controlled Senate canal move forward with the democratic advantage Kaminsky says the red flag laws one of the more important pieces of legislation on the table you ever sign that people are a danger to themselves or others. There's just no way to do anything about it. There's no legal mechanism. You take guns away from people, and this will allow a loved one or law enforcement, go on the judge and say, here's some evidence. Why temporarily this person should not have a gun? He says so-called responsible gun owners won't have a problem with it. Because it usually doesn't apply to them. Also on the table bans on bump, stocks and arming. Teachers Kaminsky says there is bipartisan support, but that's still a lot of Republicans are being steered by the NRA. I don't see what the objection to banding bump stocks which turn your regular weapons into automatic weapons. But even that couldn't pass it on. Senate last year MAC, Rosenberg WCBS NewsRadio. Eighty a lawyer for dozen workers at want a President Trump's golf clubs in New York. Or in the US illegally says they were fired this month, even though managers knew of their status years ago. That's according to the Washington Post on the ball Romero says the workers at the Trump National Golf Club in Westchester county were brought into a room one by one January eighteenth and fire. They reportedly had spent years on the staff of the golf club winning employee of the month awards receiving glowing letters of recommendation, the workers were largely from Mexico. They say they purchased fake immigration documents after they came into the country, and that the trunk organization did not seem to scrutinize these documents closely when they were hired the firings. Come after workers have another Trump club in New Jersey came forward last month about managers hiring them, even though they knew they were in the country illegally, the New York City housing authority. May face a federal takeover if the administration and the department of housing and urban development can't come to an agreement about how to run the often troubled agency by the end of the month. Rich lamb has the story judge. William Pauley rejected the first deal between HUD in the city. And now their representatives are trying to come up with a new plan to fix New York City's public housing authority by next Thursday nights faces an estimated twenty five billion dollars and repair costs. Literally daily conversations going on is true that that US department housing urban development has been undercut in the sense of not all of their staff are there, and it's harder to have deep conversations as we want, but they're still have been ongoing conversations. And we're still working hard. Everyone to try and meet this deadline with an agreement that everyone can live with on his WNYC broadcast. The mayor said his goal is to reach agreement by next week. But no did the court has indicated a willingness to. Extend the deadline. If progress is being made, rich, lamb WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty wine alligator may not be a good or legal.

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"department housing urban development" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"department housing urban development" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"A package of gun control. Bills is expected to pass through the New York state legislature this week WCBS report, amac Rosenberg has detail. It's not about the second amendment. It's about common sense. According to Long Island democratic Senator Todd Kamensky the legislation which has gone nowhere in the previously. Republican controlled Senate canal move forward with the democratic advantage Kaminsky says the red flag laws one of the more important pieces of legislation on the table you ever signs that people are a danger to themselves or others. There's just no way to do anything about it. There's no legal mechanism take guns away from people, and this will allow a loved one or law enforcement, go in front of a judge and say here some evidence why temporarily this person should not have gun. He says so called responsible gun owners won't have a problem with it. Because it usually doesn't apply to them also on the table bans on bump, stocks and arming. Teachers Kaminsky says there is BI partisan support. But that's still a lot of Republicans are being steered by the NRA. I don't see what the objection to banning bump stocks which. Turn your regular weapons into automatic weapons. But even that couldn't pass the Senate last year MAC, Rosenberg WCBS, NewsRadio eight eighty just days before a Bill to make it easier for child sex abuse victims to seek Justice as adults is to pass the state Catholic conference has removed one roadblock withdrawing its longstanding opposition to the measure satisfy the public institutions like schools would be impacted the same way private ones would be like churches. But this does not mean the conference supports the Bill that would only happen if it would also have eliminated the statute of limitations for child, sex, abuse crimes and focused more on mediation, rather than a litigation, but the church dropping its former opposition makes it easier for Republicans in particular who would otherwise have been forced to vote on Monday against child sex abuse victims or the church the New York City housing authority my face a federal takeover if the de Blasio administration. And department of housing and urban development can't come to an agreement about how to run the often troubled agency by the end of the month. Rich lamb has the story federal judge. William Pauley rejected the first deal between, HUD, and the city. And now their representatives are trying to come up with a new plan to fix New York City's public housing authority by next Thursday night. You faces an estimated twenty five billion dollars and repair costs. There have been literally daily conversations going on. It's true that that US department housing urban development has been undercut in the sense of not all of their staff are there, and it's harder to have deep conversations as we want, but they're still have been ongoing conversations. And we're still working hard to everyone to try and meet this deadline with an agreement that everyone can live with on his WNYC broadcast. The mayor said his goal is to reach agreement by next week. But no did the court has indicated a willingness to extend the deadline. If progress is being made. Rich, lamb, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty why an alligator is not a good choice for a pet..

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"department housing urban development" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"department housing urban development" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"To fix New York City's public housing authority by next Thursday night show faces an estimated twenty five billion dollars and repair costs been literally daily conversations going on. It's true that that US department housing urban development has been undercut in the sense of not all of their staff. Are there and it's harder to have deep conversations as we want, but they're still had been ongoing conversations. And we're still working hard to everyone to try and meet this deadline with an agreement that everyone can live with on his WNYC broadcast. The mayor said his goal is to reach agreement by next week. But no did the court has indicated a willingness to extend the deadline if progress is being made rich lamb WCBS, NewsRadio eight eight and it does not help when things like this happen. A public housing supervisors resigned after cabinets a sink in a fridge meant for public housing were found in her home serial numbers on the items and Eva tour his house match those earmarked for the Wagner houses in Harlem where she worked in the caretaking department. So how did she get caught how to most people get caught these days she posted picks on Facebook showing off her new kitchen remodel? If she's convicted faces up to four years in prison. WCBS CBS news time eight oh. Seven. You with the rhinestone dot caller between us dogs. I just convinced my human to upgrade to a new home with twelve hundred square foot bathroom. I think she call. It a jarred with Wells Fargo's three percent down payment on a fixed rate loan. My Uman realized a new home was within reach learn more at wellsfargo dot com slash. Wells Fargo home mortgage down payments as low as three percent on a fixed rate loan require mortgage insurance has a home mortgage consultant about loan requirements. Wells Fargo home mortgages, the division of Wells Fargo Bank NA equal housing lender. MLS RIT three thousand nine hundred one..

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"department housing urban development" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"department housing urban development" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"It's going to be a chilly day and chilly tonight as well. A little warmer for tomorrow. Kept CBS news time six oh three. Well, the shutdown may be over. But it sure did a number on our area airports. Sickout spy air traffic. Controllers led to delays at all three port authority airports. Those delays continued into the overnight and WCBS reporter Mak Rosenberg is checking out what we saw some delays over at Newark airport. Joining us live a MAC good morning. Hey, good morning. Cheryl will not much in the way of delays or cancellations this morning, but as you were mentioning it was a very different story. Not even twenty four hours ago, the government shutdown culminated in mayhem major airports yesterday here at Newark, the FAA reported flights being delayed as much as an hour and forty five minutes at one point forty flights were cancelled hundreds more were delayed, and there was a ground. Stop briefly over at LaGuardia Airport for some time air traffic controllers were set to MRs second paycheck. They were calling out at two facilities in Jacksonville and in DC, but the FAA maintained that efficiency at airports wasn't impacted. There are thirteen air traffic controllers at that DC facility. Six of them called out yesterday. So staffing is now back to normal. The government shutdown is over and all of this TSA workers and air. Traffic controllers will be getting back pay sometime next week, and they can now return to work. All right. Thanks mac. Hopefully, we don't start it all over again in three weeks. WCBS news time six oh, four six people are hurt after a car jumps to curb hits another vehicle than slams into a house in a story. This happened near the corner Stein way in twentieth. Road around six thirty yesterday. Witnesses spoke to CBS to be the noise from the impact I thought. Bill is going to collapse. It was very hard. I have four kids have been crossing the street. It's go to leave to go on the car, and that could have been us. So it's it's it's scary. Afghan Y ficials say four people of the six are seriously injured, but they are expected to be okay. Public housing needs to get back together. If the New York City housing authority known as knights. You can't do that could face a federal takeover by the department of housing and urban development. We get details from WCBS reporter, rich lamb will judge. William Pauley rejected the first deal between, HUD, and the city. And now their representatives are trying to come up with a new plan to fix New York City's public housing authority by next Thursday night faces an estimated twenty five billion dollars in repair costs. There have been literally daily conversations going on. It's true that that US department housing urban development has been undercut in the sense of not all of their staff are there, and it's harder to have deep conversations as we want, but they're still have been ongoing conversations. And we're still working hard. Everyone to try and meet this deadline with. An agreement that everyone can live with on his WNYC broadcast. The mayor said his goal is to reach agreement by next week. But no did the court has indicated a willingness to extend the deadline if progress is being made rich lamb WCBS, NewsRadio eight eight and it doesn't help when things like this happen. A public housing. Supervisor has resigned after cabinets a sink in a fridge meant for public housing were found in her home serial numbers on the items Neva Torahs house, matched those earmarked for the Wagner houses in Harlem where she worked in the caretaking department. So how did she get caught? How does everybody get caught these days? She posted picks on Facebook showing off her new kitchen remodel if she's convicted she faces up to four years in prison. WCBS CBS news time six oh, seven big winner. We got more on.

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"department housing urban development" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"department housing urban development" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"School WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty plan. We're getting word this morning that we'd get departure delays about an hour and a half at Newark. Liberty international this morning. We're checking that out, and we'll bring you the info as soon as we have it w CBS news time five zero four six people are hurt after a car jumps to curb hit another vehicle and then slammed into a house in a story. This happened near the corner of Stein way and twentieth road around six thirty yesterday. Witnesses spoke to CBS to the noise from the impact I thought the whole building going to call actually which was a very hard. I have four kids have been crossing the sheets go to leave to go into the car, and that could have been us. So. It's it's scary after the NY officials say four of the six injured or seriously hurt, but they are expected to be okay. It's five O five public housing needs to get its act together. If the New York City housing authority known as knights. You can't do that could face a federal takeover by the department of housing and urban development to get more from WCBS reporter, rich lamb judge. William Pauley rejected the first deal between, HUD, and the city. And now their representatives are trying to come up with a new plan to fix New York City's public housing authority by next Thursday. Your faces an estimated twenty five billion dollars in repair costs literally daily conversations going on. It's true that that US department housing urban development has been undercut in the sense of not all of their staff are there, and it's harder to have deep conversations as we want, but they're still had been ongoing conversations. And we're still working hard to everyone to try and. Meet this deadline with an agreement that everyone can live with on his WNYC broadcast. The mayor said his goal is to reach agreement by next week. But no did the court has indicated a willingness to extend the deadline if progress is being made rich lamb WCBS, NewsRadio eight eight and it doesn't help when things like this happen. A public housing. Supervisor has resigned after cabinets sinking a fridge meant for public housing were found in her home serial numbers on the items in Eva Torahs house match those earmarked for the Wagner houses in Harlem where she worked in the caretaking department. So how did she get caught how to most people get caught and things like this? These days she posted picks on Facebook showing off her kitchen remodel if she's convicted she faces up to four years in prison. Also in the don't take what doesn't belong to you file a New York City police detective pleading guilty to using stolen checks and Bank account numbers to pay his mortgage and credit card bills. One cat of Bank fraud and one count of conspiracy four. Michael banana, he's agreed to forfeit fifteen thousand dollars. He's facing up to four years in prison. Brooklyn.

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"department housing urban development" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"department housing urban development" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"And they could kick into the kerb i don't know this happened i just know that as i was trying to get to the bottom of some details it was kind of a tough way to navigate now to be fair i would go into the trump administration if fastest serve at a role if i agree to these terms and say brian you're the housing guy from the dentist picking an area of expertise we'd like you to be you know something in the department housing urban development from secretary down to janitor whatever it is and i gotta do that i'd be happy to serve it'd be an honor and here's the three things we want you to get done a b and c if after six to ten months everything i tried to do kept failing and it is actually getting worse not better i would expect to be fired so i'm not saying that that tom price oughta be upset about this he resigned but let's face it he was fired pushed out over these commercial flights because the basis of this if you're the executive vice president for the white house which is what every cabinet member is whether it's hud secretary ben carson or former hhs secretary tom price or you're the defense secretary whatever your position is as a secretary's a cabinet member you're essentially are playing the evp role second in charge of a division of general electric or at t those people fly almost everywhere on private flight even in in in in four prophet businesses you think about this year the health and human services secretary you're the face of the department that's administering or disabling obamacare and you're going to fly around the country on a coach aircraft flight on delta you're going to be harassed for up one side and down the other the there's obviously this is a different situation then congressman price from district six georgia flying the washington and back to come back home to roswell yeah you take a coach flight.

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"department housing urban development" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"department housing urban development" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Now six until we can get our arms around exactly how good we can vet individuals from those countries we're now looking at other countries in when we come up with additional vetting to protect the nation better than it's been projected there will probably the other countries we will look at okay we want to improve i don't always did the list will be expanded but there are countries out there that we will have such white direct is done by for the involve winters of their prime minister two one three with us better together see information we need to safeguard to crushing there's probably thirteen of fourteen other countries not all of the muslim countries not all of them in the middle east that have very questionable vetting procedures set we can rely on and then if we over way additional dating procedures the chances are those countries said having minimum citizens from those countries of his our country presidents original trouble band was suspended by federal judge in january the revised executive order takes effect on march sixteenth it temporarily bands us trouble from six majority muslim nation's a rock was removed from the lesson those with green cards and dellin pieces are also exam new housing secretary ben carson says he'll soon embark on a nationwide listening to work and welcoming ceremony at the department housing urban development carson said he wants to find out what works and what doesn't work critics of question does qualifications to oversee federal housing policy carson to retired mirror surgeon he was also one unsuccessful republican presidential candidate last year today marks the fifty second anniversary of one of the most important civil rights events in american history on march seventh nineteen sixty five state trooper hs attacked civil rights margins of the hedman features bridge and some alabama be men became known as bloody sunday and gave momentum to the passage of the voting right sack thousands of people commemorated the anniversary this sunday by reacting the historic march reverend just or jackson in north carolina is an doubling cb president dr william barber were among the most notable activists in attendance barber said that voter rights or worse now than they were fifty.

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"department housing urban development" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"department housing urban development" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Channels tucker karlsson tonight program thursday session said eventually the truth will come out meanwhile the president issued a statement thursday saying sessions is a quote honest man and that democrats of lost their grip on reality house speaker paul ryan's joining the growing sense about rage on capitol hill all over the growing number of anti semitic incidents including phone threats to several jewish community centers in his home state of wisconsin these threats and these attacks on pure show americans are violent and discussed a speaking on behalf of the entire house ryan added we've got to stand upward of this evil wherever may surface these are disgusting acts of violence and vandalism you know bigotry and they must be reject ryan's comments follow recent acts of vandalism at your summit varies in pennsylvania and missouri and bomb threat aimed at nearly one hundred jewish communities sutter's nation what president drop pass to work at it members in place former texas governor rick perry sworn in as the nation's energy secretary doctor ben carson as secretary of department housing urban development carson says his background as a doctor will translate to his new job right now our country is patient and it's not a democrat or republican patient it's a patient that's an american patient and we have a duty to to use their kids that god has given all of us in order to hill that patient vice president pence more in both men to the remaining three to cut access oil pipeline protest camps in summer north dakota have shut down after the bureau of inning affairs told the see told them to leave news and analysis that townhall dot com this is a special noticed a all us taxpayers if you know the source state back taxes and can not afford to pay them back there's a good.

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"department housing urban development" Discussed on KBNP Radio

KBNP Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"department housing urban development" Discussed on KBNP Radio

"Show entering its nineteenth year of nationals indication think too that's right all things to and by the way on what you know today's topics are very much in keeping with their usual vote in passion the deity chair rivals commit racism in the name of finding a by saying in a must shut why people down with them they're party number inclusive are they also the boca polls show that the majority are again sanctuary cities including california so how is this eight trump's campaign against the century cities we have assisted me in the opining and analyzing none other than claude bar field resident scholar the american enterprise institute he's also former consultant to the office of the us trade representative he's additionally the coast after rector for the presence commission for a national agenda for the eighties and he also served as special step member of the senate governmental affairs committee and as a deputy assistant was secretary for research in the department housing urban development club or feel good to have you on board good to have you let me ask this like the not club the trump very quick is put someone get into the three of if you're hoping league but okay apparently trump has decided to fulfill one of his campaign promises with great dispatching that is withdrawing us from the teepee pete the other trend specific partnership back this is you know was met with great consternation on the left it it was a huge divide between of the president and spiller democrats on this issue all strangely enough that was what was areas in which he had more allies with the republicans however trump on this instances telling his fellow republicans eight gonna happen what was your reaction well i think with the big mistake but it was one that was not surprising immediate campaign this way so he could argue that he's fulfilling of campaign prowess i think it was a rid you know a relief ridiculous that hurns affect the economics of it campaign promised but we really america people elected him and so we'll this up to say what is it you see what haven't what was so great about that see pp at where with a so roman referencing their deficiencies well i things that to.

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"department housing urban development" Discussed on KDOW

KDOW

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"department housing urban development" Discussed on KDOW

"Might pop up and it could be anything from somebody who's dubee to but there is there spouse maybe a stay home spouse and they have aside business that maybe doesn't make any money maybe loses money that gets counted against you're you're in calm they're could've been some losses on some came when in come from a a business at you on those go against your income you could have you know the pass it used to be twenty one of six expenses which running reimburse him play expenses those those of sam span yeah we got away with great thank but those are the type of things that can change wait then again how do you know if if yourself employed and you're income drops ten thousand or twenty thousand dollars year over year which income are you using that's a year in the middle of two thousand and sixteen did you use we're and and you're in comes doing great this year in fact it's doubled you can't use your in come two thousand sixteen if yourself import yep use of two thousand fourteen fifteen so these are some things that kind of get in the way of really getting an accurate description of what your debt races are in your qualifying so that's where we we come in handy i would think that pops up i just had a follow two weeks ago st thing up to put their yeah under i never declined to file because the bar was self employed it was was categorized happen decline in income what declining command was it made less money in two thousand and fifteen versus two thousand fourteen so they don't do an average or take there's a lower and it has last so he actually pack should bump that person out from qualify for specific property and price rates that we're trying to buy into so you know is gonna check which a professional picture you work refers for we're here because no upfront costs this all part of our service and we like to close you know this we focus on some good other good websites once you figure out that you wanna by house in that you're actually qualified you know freddy max my home page when he us department housing urban development consumer financial protection bureau there's again and there's so many.

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