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"duke energy convention center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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03:32 min | Last month

"duke energy convention center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Happy Holidays to You Better Hope I'm not in charge of baseball operations. I've been started a business operations being a lot since I am so sorry. I didn't ask you to screw that up. No, that's okay. Listen, I got a promotion tonight. Good Friday night, man. Awesome. Thank you for the stick. Save Yes. No problem in appreciate you keeping it alive because Friday night that red test was always about wlw. You guys would set up your shop and you would be on the air all those hours And then the next day, Sig Like a clause segment would be banned in for pictures. I mean, you guys have quite the spectacle every year. Well, Karen, you know, my favorite day of the year is opening day, but man reds fast is very, very special. And like I mentioned at the top of the show, let's make one thing perfectly clear, man. We're hoping to be back next year. You are. You're right at the Duke Energy Convention Center on December 34 of 2021. I mean, you've got to believe that a year from now there's gonna be a lot more known and a lot more precautions, a lot more things were able to do. Get people back together, but at least we'll have some lead time to be able to pivot, you know, and figure something out a way to get people close to the team in the middle of winter, because that's what everybody wants to do. The players love it. They love coming in because they don't have to dress in their uniforms that gets kind of see each other. Have been apart for a few months and they're actually been really great. We had a handful of them is, you know, phone and into you, and we've got even Joey Votto gonna do hot stove on L W on Tuesday, So these guys were kind of anxious to connect back to the since any market And won't it be awesome? Hopefully to have fans at the ball games this year. Oh, yeah. I mean, you know, it was great. We had the music and the scoreboard in the fireworks and we had the tarps on the seats and the cut out So you know we did the best we could, but there's just nothing like being able to be there in person. In the game, cheering him on and energy feeds off energy, So we're looking forward to getting all that swirl of activity back in that ballpark next year. Karen for Ghous Reds senior vice president of business operations. There we go, man, and you know what a time you know, it's gosh, Christmas time. Gifts galore for Reds fans, Karen, I know there's a couple things to that. We're I think this year I'm have a unique appeal because everybody has been kind of isolated and couldn't go to the ballpark. So if you go on red dot com flash gift message. You can actually put a message on our scoreboard. We'll put it up. They're all in it. You know, 70 Ft of Face and then Send you a video or digital capture of it or a photograph of it that you could give us a gift. That's kind of cool, And that's something that new this year that we don't really talk about much food, do it here and there for a special occasion, But we're trying to really allow people to do that so they can get connected back to the Reds in the ballpark. But other than that, we've got our typical fun things. The holiday pack. Okay, so nix and sell this guy. We made an oversized bobblehead. You know, bobbleheads, For whatever reason, they never go out of the living person. I know, but this one, this is an oversized and so you really like to have something to put under the tree. So our holiday pack this year you have the oversized Nixon veil bobblehead to put under the tree. But then it comes with four ticket vouchers. It's so great to the next year when the season comes, Somebody can go online renew those vouchers that could do two tickets to two games for tickets to one game. It gives them total flexibility and you get to give him a little gift twice, which is nice, and you.

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"duke energy convention center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:11 min | 4 months ago

"duke energy convention center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"First time only time I can remember at Duke Energy Convention Center were literally 100 or so people showed up to yell and scream at you guys with bullhorns and everything else telling you that Cincinnati police should be re imagined, meaning blow things up. There's no more captains and colonels. There's no more sergeants air captain. None of that stuff. We're going to be called. I don't know. Ah, liaisons or assistant or whatever, and a whole bunch of other stuff, too, as well. That movement stands where, and contrast to what you're doing. Yeah, I mean, ah, Lot of those people will show up to counsel today and hopefully a lot of people on the other side will show up today. I hope we have a lot of security and police there to take care of the situation. I think a lot of people will come on zoom today because they might be nervous. But, yeah, I can tell you for every person who spoke A two public comment. I had 20 people contact me to the contrary, people were just scared to come in. I had friends who were in line that night who were asked what they were going to say and when they said We're going to be. We're going to say nice things about police. They were screamed at and told you better get the hell out of here. You better not say that, and I mean, that's not an open public forum, so we'll see what people allowed to be said today. Right, Right. You're supposed to be allowed to speak your mind and in America and you may disagree with you may hide hate it may enrage you. But guess what Unpopular speech is protected the prop the speech that these these individuals and the marches and everything else may be unpopular lot of circles. But we support a diversity of viewpoints. Which is funny because this is the very pro diversity crowd as long as you agree with their version of diversity. Exactly. Yeah, we'll see how it handled today. Hopefully, people are not able to scream and interrupt each other on either side. And if people are nervous to come in to speak on behalf of the police, they can speak on zoom, so there's no risk. But here's the problem with these with these optics, right, As you have 100 people show up, which is unusual for a council meeting the point you have to have the Duke Energy Convention Center. It's 100 or so people who are very, very vocal generally, very young or people are stuck in the 19 sixties early 19 sixties on DH that is the screen for policing reimagine which would totally dismantled police defund the police. All of these things, and I'm not saying you can't reform the police. But de funding is ridiculous, especially in this current climate That's largely 100, very vocal people and maybe a couple of their friends. I think if this thing got on the ballot because initially it was a referendum that that didn't dating enough signatures to get on the ballot, which is also telling, But if it did I think this thing would go have gone down in flames, which I would have rather seen that because then the people truly would have spoken. Yeah, I don't know. It depends which election it heads. If it goes on in nature for the mayoral primary, it'll really affect who is picked for the mayoral primary. If it goes on in November. I mean, Anything could happen any November. I had no idea so, but I mean a lot of these people who want to defund the police. It's not necessarily that people's safety re imagine that's a very extreme. They just wanted to take a huge hunk of the police budget and put it toward social services, which I do not want to dio. Well, here's the thing you know, mental health and I have railed on this a lot times. I don't disagree with them and saying Hey, listen. Mental health has been so woefully funded for generations. Now we are reaping what we sew it. In some of these cases, the number these cases you see mentally disturbed individuals in contact with police. That's that the fall of the police that's the fallen while politicians like yourself voters like me the demand of this kind of thing. We have to be able to come up with a way to solve the mental health crisis in this country if you need to put some mental health professionals in the streets. Are on a shift with with cops. That's fine. But I guess the question is, why does it have to come at the expense of police? If it's about improving police? Why would we take money away from them? Instead of taking money from something else, If it's that important Yeah. I mean, I agree. I mean, the the point of the city government is to provide basic services and.

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"duke energy convention center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:24 min | 7 months ago

"duke energy convention center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Late afternoon the Duke energy convention center they had a gathering their free usually boring budget meeting lessons usually boring because simply because I hate numbers and budgets are a pain in the **** but nonetheless they had a public meeting with people on the way and where the money should go relative to a Cincinnati police well over calls to defund the police many people believing cops are the problem the unions to probably go to disband we gotta define them we got a break them up a little bit we gotta change things and since that even though Cincinnati is not like Atlanta it's not like Minnesota it's not like Louisville it's Cincinnati we're farther along than they are does that make sense to break things up and joined me on the show this morning to talk about all this is sergeant Dan Hils of course head of the fraternal order police to Cincinnati queen civilized sixteen I Dan good morning aria on internet doing fine I am I'm a little I I'm the irony of the situation down I'm sure you were going to comment on what you saw last night last night at the budget meeting how that devolved into almost anarchy in a way to is that the ignorance of the mob is galling because five years ago today you're making a call to to fund the police all police are bad people like you are horrible people Danny unions bad everything's bad bad bad bad bad as five years ago today mandate trade Peter Homans left his mother's house it about a little bit after nine o'clock so one to five years in exactly one hour ago almost he left his mom's house with a gun he had been drinking we've been drinking is upset because his girlfriend had filed rape charges against him the night before he was a wanted man by Cincinnati police he essentially called nine one one so there's a man walking around Madisonville with a gun he was a man with a gun at this point a a probation officer showed up he heard the radio call go out for a man with a gun he saw a tree Pierre how many new trade comments had a conversation with them or did not let on that he was the one who called in or had the gun at which point an officer Sonny Kim had responded to the same run and it's sunny Kim approach because I guess he knew Trippier Hamann's as well the approach and to de escalate the situation is they're trying walks up to him in the tray Pearman stepped out from behind his own mother and fired several shots in the direction of sunny Kim one going through the side of his fast in almost a freak like shot because the vast goes around the vast somehow got under way the armpit is indestructible your to Sonny Kim died five years ago today the day after yesterday we had the the the I. as the the maniacs of the Duke energy convention center who didn't want to hear anyone else talk except the echo chamber in which they live the irony is not lost on me today Dan well for me I guess since bridges down I'll be happy to comment about the the idiots last night but let me first talk about Sonny Kim so we can place you but we're just because you know we heard a lot and we should we sure about George Floyd we've heard about it land we've heard about local Brianna Taylor I get that we should those are important there is a dialogue to have but this sunny Kim deserve any less dialogue because of what he chose to do for a living I say no because the sunny Kim we heard about in the aftermath of his death was an honorable respectful polite but more of a use of a tripadvisor but that he cared about the community massively serve that even Trippier Harmon's new the guy he was known and loved by this community but especially by sadly has three kids and wife you left behind from my perspective I of first of all I would get out there that I I believe I know Sonny now better than I knew him down because he and I did not work very often together we we adopted in district four together in the very early parts are clear and then I would only see sunny occasionally here or there I did not know Sonny well that day but I'd like to go back to that day and and and give you my experiences because it was it was something that was you know although the city and and and and and I'll always remember it I was working on the other side of town I was the I feel is a senior sergeant and district three day shift that day and I heard the all county broadcaster out alternative systems announcer down and I died I was out of reflex I I I started to head that way I notify the other sort of work and that he was in charge and I was I was headed that way we have our computer aided dispatch so somebody you're coming in on July I also saw that I was on the run and using some common sense realized I wasn't going to be to the scene to have any effect on them and order that I go to UC hospital on and and be in charge there are waiting outside and others to arrive and and so I got there before me was sunny arrive by ambulance and I was there is Sonny pulled up when they pulled up with Sonny and I watched as they very hurriedly took some money off the back of the ammonites called them right into the drama back and there in the trauma bay they want about a very very aggressive attempt to save someone's life.

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"duke energy convention center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:54 min | 7 months ago

"duke energy convention center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Seven hundred WLW heard that David band Dan hills will be on it to ten of six a loss to the narrative today is the fifth anniversary of the death of police officer Sonny Kim murdered in cold blood trying to do what a good cop thousand that is the escalated situation have a dialogue with someone in for his trouble he was murdered five years ago in Madisonville and that is a direct out to happen last night at the a budget meeting at the Duke energy convention center in this was the probably one of the more popular voices speaking last night before it devolved into the chaos that you're hearing about this morning and this is one young lady's view on what should happen police department doesn't need one hundred fifty one million seven hundred thirty five thousand two hundred dollars to function especially those who need medical services are underfunded the bigger problem for me is the power of the police union because we can holler about the funding them all they want but they're tied up in a contract with you guys until next year well couple things there one is in turn determination that they only need fifty percent of the budget where that number came from I'd like to see the marathon but again it's emotion not fact so it's sure to termination that that that the department doesn't need further more I great we need more money for mental health services I don't talk about that for years long before this went on we don't fund mental health at all it's woefully underfunded but the question is why does it have to come from the police budget isn't another budget you could pull from and relative to the union well you know it's the officers it's the employees who decide if you're gonna have a union or not so what you're saying is that we we should we should get rid of unions well what about public what other unions what about public I'm sure you know she maybe for them against police units I don't understand how either you're for against unions but I I you know I would I talk to about that I wouldn't shelter down because I do believe it unlike what happened with the following speaker city.

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"duke energy convention center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:29 min | 7 months ago

"duke energy convention center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Ten percent off portions of the following program appear I've flown here this is a seven hundred WLW and they another strange day yesterday and a man they just keep calm and there's no doubt about it last well yesterday afternoon at the Duke energy convention center if they're having the hearing it was a budget hearing county usually boring stuff but the reason that it there is because expecting a big crowd they got a fairly decent sized crowd there D. here the budget issues which is about the police and other issues and many of the speakers their individual given two minutes to speak and mostly crowded making demands to fit the phone the police saw one man as you heard or news there spoke about what would happen if you did the fun police in house CPD needs more not less self at which point the crowd turned into an angry mob which then kind of took the meeting over the meeting was adjourned they tried to restart the journey again and took to the streets last night there's some graffiti on Albert not any real damage at the epicenter of this because he chaired the meeting is councilman David Mann David good morning house today five days ago I'm fine another day another day another day in paradise is what you signed up for anyone to be mayor what the hell's wrong with you I think it's important that the city keep moving forward so I hope to be a part of that Sir did David Mann thanks for coming on I know you're working a little sleep here but so we've been playing the audio all morning what initially got you I I you're sitting there the meat is gone well this gentleman gets up and starts speaking and Democrats there's Boeing and shouting him down and drowning about at which point you said that's it we're breaking a meeting up right now you gaveled in and then the crowd really what that's what was going through her mind while I was speaking we have heard of the other point of view the whole evening express the motion that that's fine but the purpose of into Marcus the of a public hearing is to allow all sides to be heard and what the first amendment is all about you get to speak no matter how much I may disagree with that and I get to speak and this gentleman who was expressing a different view from the prevailing pointed you in the and the gathering we shot it down I have no idea exactly what he said that though he was speaking in favor of supporting the police so that offended me and I and I thought it was really inappropriate and contrary to our principles so then I said to the crowd you know we're going to we need to listen to each other I too was the **** out of them and I felt that that there was no good purpose in continuing the meeting if we weren't gonna listen to each other so share yeah Germany well I sent the crowd off and then a point yet got up to leave at some point you're standing there there's a a young man with a bull horn it was screaming some curse words at you any other members of council's Wellman a bull horn at the hearing people yelling and screaming and making everyone had their own individual demands and and that part of group demands as well if you sat down at one point the audience collapse everyone sat down and then at some point I think a P. G. Sittenfeld said Hey listen we don't need police officers up here around where we know we're safe we feel safer good you restarted the meeting for about two and then be stopping the left again what happened well I I I I might be a result that the crowd was receiving are that the emotions were lessons and I I felt that I I we should we continued it was gonna be the same thing and I thought no purpose in doing so and filtered through some lines in the sand has been crossed and I was gonna be a part of that so again Michelle Blosser was back in business development continue in a respective pointed view but I I didn't think that was the appropriate thing to do so I chose the Leafs in any point you feel unsafe was that also part of your thank you well you know it's kind of weird because once it's broke the crowd gathered around the platform and there was no way to leave some some jerk to a box of you either use Kleenex at me and somebody else was the ticket with the table I think to see if he could move it and I thought Jesus I mean I never really felt the challenger afraid physically but it wasn't very comfortable and I finally said I I got to go on as the officer who was with us and to to help me get out of it and the crowd was still trying to get it yes he took out the the side doors as well to an end yeah yeah and I guess that makes sense because you know everything was fine people were you know being heard until someone disagreed there does not have the the you know the crowd speak and all of a sudden it devolved rather quickly which meaning if something else would have been said you know you could have been in the middle of a very very bad situation so I I guess I understand the mentality in your point on the first amendment your public hearings are wonderful then we have a right to speak everyone is given a few minutes have a microphone the recognized by the chair this is how this is all adults realize meetings work that you may not hear things you like to hear but you know someone else's point of view which we've been told during this entire exercise not just of course with the death of George Floyd and many many others that you finally have people's attention here a long overdue in my opinion but not none the less it's a chance to say okay we're gonna sit down we're going to talk if you got here we got here and I gotta say got him don't hear me okay I'm listening I get you I get the importance of this I get things need to change and then when you say we need to take all the money away from the police the lady before this guy got shot down said we need to cut the police budget fifty percent and give it to mental health in in the crowd went nuts and applauded her and I'm thinking well what fifty percent what we'll look at the murder rate in Cincinnati right now what is going to happen if we take fifty percent of the police budget away it's going to be chaos and to have someone try to articulate that point to get yelled down I'm sorry that's not a group of Roman that's a bunch of Pegula toddlers who are basically told that their their voice is the only voice that matters and I'm gonna shout down anyone who's not going with their mind think that's exact opposite the first amendment yeah absolutely when I called her a for re calibrating recalibrate we're we're going to the gym was shouted down or physically recalled gentleman yelling we don't want to hear it but we disagree but it can take out a rep for bingo and the only way so you know will it's another day full recruitment we still got a budget we have to talk but you thirty six well that's the problem right so they're supposed to be a meeting today and you call that one off not I think well before what happened last night Zurcher yeah yeah related to the Juneteenth celebrations including the unveiling of the mural in front of city hall PM and lots of yeah I understand I know you're you're actually ducked out of the Juneteenth thing real quick to get on with me I appreciate that so I don't want to get back to which is you know in in learning about Juneteenth the weather it's an important holiday and and more south than here but I get the significance of that data was that Lincoln freed the slaves that was people in Texas were told that it have a a union general right down there with the oddly enough with the you know the full support of the rest the country but I'm gonna listen you guys are free you have to two and.

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"duke energy convention center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:19 min | 7 months ago

"duke energy convention center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"For WLWT my daughters and my just another just a nice little budgetary conversation that the Duke energy convention center tonight you know nothing going on in Cincinnati right yep this goes doesn't go well I'm walking out by the way hum drum night and in local news really it's been a kind of a boring three or four months yeah thanks for the week from Bethel from covering in the streets of Bethlehem al tonight we I know Matt Rees of the top of the hour plates of audio that I credited your your new station for but my god I mean you just it literally you wait ever and and I got to believe in your world it's almost like every day you have to show up saying what's going to happen today right it definitely has been interesting so I guess you've already gone through from you know for the most part what's going on at the meeting there at the Duke energy convention center we've got a couple of reporters down there now Curtis fuller and Erin McGee and that the terror was actually in the convention center for the meeting itself when you know you had the brewing did you get through all the specifics of it or should I go back I'll go right Jeez now we have four people just tune in and they missed it there was a hearing going on for the the city budget but had a couple this was supposed to be the last one somebody got up and talked about actually wanting to phone the police and that led to a chorus of boos and they kind of this guy so loud that he couldn't get his message across the David Mann the city council member who's running this meeting he decided to shut it down and of course that wasn't received very well the people actually surrounded the stage for a while and the city council members who have wanted to bring man back man sat down started to walk up the stage then they brought him back and then he decided to leave again and then a lot of the protesters spilled out into the streets and they were setting up by cracks apparently and blocking the street up there in front of the convention center so far it's been a you know peaceful in terms of no destruction or anything like that a reporter just tear it down there she's doing the story on what happened inside she's actually in her vehicle right now in the the whole crowd and she was concerned about getting out she said she's going to get out and do a story for the Levin o'clock the curtains down there as well and there's there was talk about marching tonight so we're keeping an eye on things the right now they're still down there in that area now you know right outside the convention center so hold Mike let me ask you this then is and I know when I say this I'm gonna have to qualified but is civility completely off the table now and some would say civility doesn't work this is what we have to do and I thought I would no matter what side of this year on civility has to win the day because if no one's listening nothing is going to get done right I think that's the key in and look at it I think we can all learn as a you know whether you're twenty years older fifty years old we can learn as we go and I I think I've learned a lot in the last couple weeks listening we've had several meetings here at the station to talk about this story we we sat at the meeting the other day that our general manager held with a lot of the black employees here at the station for their voices could be heard and I wasn't I I wasn't privy to the meeting but I know that I've talked to a couple of the reporters who were in on the meeting and they were they were glad that the station held this meeting so people could talk about how they've been impacted how personal this is the part I like me you know I'm a new guy and I I look at it from one point if you would say Hey I think I understand this and I think I'm on balance I think I'm doing the right things but then you hear some of the concerns and somebody experiences yeah maybe the African American reporters have had to deal with over the years and and you can understand why they feel the way they do and so I when I tried to do is I try to listen and I try to hear them out and Hey here's what's going on here's why we feel the way we do but yeah at the same time and it takes two to tango and then somebody's gotta listen on one side and from the demolition on the other side as well my daughter Shanker from news five is our guest here on seven hundred WLW and and Michael segue this into a high school back in the fall and and and sports which the context boards which found out and that impacts a lot of people on Monday but I'll I'll start with you know I talked to an athletic director of a local school he told recently about how you know the football team which is back to kind of training workouts and group so they had their black players you know they allow them to talk they wanted them to talk and and and let you know that the one most of the team was white but they heard in and let each one of them talking they had a conversation where they all listen and they all talk and I think that's I think you're right you know when you've got that's the key this people have to listen you know fin and I've said it multiple times when I black I can't I'm not going to write an estimate to how somebody feels but I'm certainly more than willing to listen and try and understand them and I think you know on any level I think that's the only way it's going to get dark but let's talk let's go to schools first in and I know you've talked to some superintendents and it does appear that most schools I know there's a lot of different contingency plans but it does appear that most of the schools are planning to get back in the classroom in full I gotta tell you from having a fourteen year old is going to be a sophomore thankfully now well I first of all the remote learning thing let let's just be honest the key didn't work I stand on.

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"duke energy convention center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:36 min | 7 months ago

"duke energy convention center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"At risk but the order does not require police to stop using show called CBC chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl from DC ready for the latest traffic and weather together to start your Wednesday and no major delays or accidents on tri state freeway side streets looking good as well but if you do see an accident four two one six three nine seven now the biggest forecasts 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 mostly clear morning low of fifty nine degrees on our Wednesday mostly sunny high of eighty two at night clear and down to sixty from your severe weather station on nine first warning chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh news radio seven hundred WLW radar is cleared to start your hump day down to sixty nine degrees news a service of progressive insurance recent calls for police reform in the to funding of apartments following the death of George Floyd Brianna Taylor in those like them pouring into the city of Cincinnati's first by the public hearings on the proposed operating and capital budgets for the twenty twenty one fiscal year the budget the city is presented for the upcoming fiscal year fails on the responsibility you have to Austin's ninety incidents that reflects the interest of one group and one group only that group is the police whether remotely P. ism are on hand at the Duke energy convention center hundred speaking out against the more than one hundred fifty five million dollars being allocated for the Cincinnati police department nearly one point two million dollars more than what it received.

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"duke energy convention center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"duke energy convention center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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"duke energy convention center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"duke energy convention center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Leaving in Saks Fifth Avenue wants to leave. They've tried to get out several times. I think they're still there in between the robberies wonderful place. I've been there two or three times. My wife loves to buy those persons those Louis Vitton deals. So I go down there every now and then look at them. But there's great people there behind counters. And there's no customers. And looking at this. And there was another second floor place. It was on the left side of fountain square used to go there now, and then they shut down to. What in the hell is going on in downtown Cincinnati. Imagine if Proctor and gamble and washer and southern or not there imagine. If Joseph automotive was not there. If city council keeps putting more restrictions and requirements on employers above and beyond the present law to do weird stuff interviewing employees such as not asking about previous employment previous salary history. More and more employers will be incentivized to leave downtown Cincinnati. I'm down there on occasion, not a lot. But normally after dark you can throw a bowling ball. And I hit a pin? We got a major major major problem when the mayor and the county prosecutor urges festival in conventioneers, please do not stay at the largest hotel in downtown Cincinnati attached to the Duke Energy convention center. Don't stay there. One of the Brazilian steakhouse leaves Saks Fifth Avenue wants to lead you got Tiffany's out. You got Macy's their large. And we're the headquarters for Macy's. They shut down their own store. Think about Cincinnati without Kroger without Proctor and God without Joseph automotive and without western southern. It's not good. So let's continue set it up today. After one o'clock today is Lisa wells or writing about what a man should do when hooked on a prostitution scandal. And after two o'clock today is Evan Millward. Who is I think the only TV station covered this trial in Clinton county and and bland Chester in which a woman allegedly I guess now it's not allegedly. Her name is Jennifer Elliott found herself at four AM in the morning and a three and a half foot wide pit in a shed twenty yards from the home of Dennis Dunne, and Dennis Dunne said that she willingly went there and stayed in that pit in the dirt at night in April about two years ago because she was running away from a satanic cult involved in sex operations and bland, Chester. I spent a lotta time Lanchester German through a two or three times looks like a nice sleep a little community not much going on. Is there? A satanic cult loose and Clinton county is there sex rings operating in around Clinton county of which most of us are unfamiliar. Fortunately, Dennis done. The defendant was not able to sell that story to judge Timothy Ruddick in Clinton county and yesterday afternoon, he found denniston guilty of three counts one of kidnapping to abduction. He's facing three to ten years on each one likely to get one sentence of three to ten years when he's sentenced in April. We are. I am blessed and my job if this is a job in my business to be living in a town like Cincinnati when the mayor and the county prosecutor is telling those who may want to stay in a hotel in downtown Cincinnati, don't go to the millennium hotel because his filled with bedbugs and rat droppings. I can't imagine that that's good for business for the Duke Energy center. But on the other hand when I spoke to someone of the conventions and visitors bureau, they have large convention scheduled to come here in may July and October literally thousands from outta town who are staying at the millennium hotel thousands. What do they do when the rooms cannot be replaced? They have no other hotel in town. Just go stay over there. They don't have the room. So on one hand, you want something to be done, positively from the Singapore company that owns the millennium to do something on the other hand if you shut it down, which judge is likely to do in the next two weeks. You have no rooms for thousands of mentioned air is coming to our city to party that's between a rock and a hard place. And if they what if the Singapore company says, okay, you win were shutting it down. We're gonna boarded up going to put boards on. Now. What? Well, you can't force them to sell it. And you can't force them to remodel it. So what do you do then then there's no hotel attached to the convention center? And you lose eight hundred seventy five rooms, then what do you do then we lose literally millions of dollars in convention business that goes to Indianapolis a great progressive moving forward city or Columbus. Because if you look at it from the east or west coast perspective, if you take Indianapolis Cincinnati, Columbus, six of one half dozen of the other. They don't know. It's good. They want to come here because of the reds and the Bengals they'd rather. Come here. The river ceremony lots of stuff going on. But they can't come here. If there's no rooms, so whatever what if the Singapore company calls are bluff us continue with more your reaction if three lines open seven four nine seven thousand pound seven hundred eighteen twelve fifty three the home of your reds one last night in dramatic fashion. Play today at three thirty five. I with you until then on NewsRadio seven hundred w automobile..

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"duke energy convention center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:49 min | 1 year ago

"duke energy convention center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"To the Duke Energy convention center, and it's attached via a city owned walkway. So that the idea is here, we you host a convention in Cincinnati. You stay at the hotel. And then you walk over the Duke Energy convention center without ever have to going out in the elements, and that's an attraction, obviously, not just in Cincinnati. But in pretty much every decent sized city across America when it comes to attracting the convention and visitor's business here. The problem is this is that the Moline hotel is in such a state of disrepair. They've been negotiating the city and the county have for now two years and talking about whether or not they have any against juice whatsoever to force them to remodel because many the reviews online, not all of them. But many of them two or three stars. It's not good. If you are trying to lure the convention business here in the city and county spent a ton of money trying to do. So in your first impression as a guest of the city Cincinnati is well kind of a rundown room or hotel, then that's not good. The problem is this Email here saying it's not a news from test. It's just a negative publicity campaign. What's the goal? What are the interests of work here? Why why does this rise the level of Joe dealers getting involved? There's a lot of gaps in the story. I've never stayed at the millennium. Most certainly any I'll look at reviews online, depending which site you're looking at I'm looking at yelp. And it's two stars. But I've also heard stories to about the problems that plague the a hotel, and yeah, I mean, I I get I don't wanna see undue interference government interference in the private business. You know, at the end of the day, the millennium will either work or fail based on how well a product what kind of products, they offer no problem with that letting the market decide if the millennium should stay in business or not. But I think what's important here is that it's that connection to the Duke Energy convention center. It's just a hotel this hotel in particular is what was was essentially set up to be the hotel for the convention center. In so far. There is an agreement between the city the county in that hotel is like, okay, we have this walkway. We when we tell people okay, bringing your convention business here, where do you stay stay at the hotel because it's right next to the facility. So there is a partnership either in contractor implied between the government and private enterprise, which happens all the time. Right. So I think it certainly within the right in in the business of the city and the county to try to get more out of them saying, hey, listen, you guys Brocker or get off the pot either you put money into the hotel and bring it up to the standards that that of a modern hotel. Or you guys close it down like you did the one in Saint Louis, and we'll go our separate ways. But you need to make a decision on that. Here's the standards were looking for you, the conservative that or not if you choose not, then we'll encourage the building of a hotel adjacent to the Duke Energy convention center will take down the walkway, and essentially you won't have any more convention business. So I don't really look at that is okay, there's some underminded plot here to destroy the millennium hotel. It's if I'm the owners of the motel, and I don't know globally because it's a multinational company, I think they're based in London, but their their primary investor is in Singapore. So it's a multinational company is that the value the business that the convention of Israel's gives them or they don't. And if they can't make they say, hey, listen to what we we don't see the margins in Cincinnati. That's fine. That decision happens all the time across America business deciding what their margins are, and whether they can or can't do business particularly look at Amazon pulling out of their new head. Quarters on New York, right? Whatever reason it'll go somewhere, but it just won't be in New York. But there could be another business that maybe apple comes and says, you know, what we'd love to do. This is here. Those kind of decisions happen all the time. But I think this is good government actually in a decision and saying look this saying all right? Well, if you're representing the city, we don't have a city owned hotel, but we have a partnership with the money and long ago. It was decided for whatever reason this is the hotel at the time. It was a great hotel. This is the hotel we got walk. But if you're not putting money back into improvements, then you're going to lag behind the pack, for example. The Netherland hotel in Cincinnati, which is kind of category right down the street from the convention center. You can see it in the shadows millennium. Is a historical hotel. And of course, you face all sorts of problems when you've been around as long as that hotel has been I mean, how they have the Winston Churchill rumor Winston Churchill once stayed pretty cool too. Great slice of history. But as old as that hotel is they do a tremendous amount of money. I think they're going through a major renovation right now. As a matter of fact, hotels are always in the process of renovating. If you don't do that, consistent and regular basis, then you fall behind when it comes to amenities and everything else, and if the money was designed to do that because they don't see it. They're getting squeezed competitively here. Great. Okay. That's that's unfortunate. But then, you know, we've got something else to try and keep the convention business happy because if you come in and go, wow, this is a beautiful room. Your first impression is the minute. You set foot in that hotel the minute you set foot in your room because that is your home away from home? I get how important hotel is in to the is pointer test is point I get that. It seems like it's kind of an overblown thing. But it's not really I mean, if you were the money that we spend a train Lor convention business here because there's a lot of money in that you get outsiders coming in buying meals buying Chomsky's, all that stuff spending money hotel revenues from taxes and the like, it's it's tremendous going to ball games, etc. That's really really good for our bottom line and our economy, it's like found bunny. Right. So if your first impression is the quality of your room that reflects poorly on the rest of us. I get that. So I don't have a problem with particularly what what they're doing here too. I don't know if it's suspicious or not now in all fairness, we did reach out to the folks at the millennium, and there's no common out of their largely because I'm guessing they're not allowed to comment locally, which goes to show. You maybe the disconnect is you have a bunch of folks here working locally that are feeling the pinch of this thing where they unresponsive corporate entity offshore that's making all the decisions. So I mean, if they're making money that's up to the moment. But you know, it it's pretty clear that we have higher standards than what they're offering at this point. And hearing some of the stories and look at some of the views. I'm looking at going. Yeah. I could totally see why. No, you're always going to find something a bad room or an experience in even the nicest hotels, like the Cincinnati in which is a incredibly cool boutique hotel, the twenty one. Yeah. There's gonna be times where they miss because of the volume your day. I get that..

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"duke energy convention center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"duke energy convention center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"So that the idea is here, we you host a convention in Cincinnati, you stay at the millennium hotel. And then you walk over the Duke Energy convention center without ever have to going out in the elements, and that's an attraction, obviously, not just in Cincinnati. But in pretty much every decent sized city across America when it comes to attracting the convention and visitor's business here. The problem is this is that the Moline hotel is in such a state of disrepair. They've been negotiating the city and the county half for now two years and talking about whether or not. They have any against juice whatsoever to force them to remodel because many the reviews online, not all of them. But many of them two or three stars. It's not good. If you are trying to learn the convention business here in the city and county spent a ton of money trying to do so and your first impression as a guest of the city Cincinnati is well kind of a rundown room or hotel, then that's not good. The problem is this Email here saying it's not a news from test. It's just a negative publicity campaign. What's the goal? What are the interests at work here? Why why does this is a level of Joe deters getting involved? There's a lot of gaps in the story. I've never stayed at the millennium. Most certainly any I'll look at reviews online, depending which site you're looking at them looking at yelp. And it's two stars. But I've also heard stories to about the problems that plague the mowing hotel, and yeah, I mean, I I get I don't wanna see undue interference government interference in the private business. You know, at the end of the day the millennium will either work or fail based on how well part of what kind of product they offer. I have no problem with that letting the market decide if the millennium should stay in business or not. But I think what's important here is that it's that connection to the Duke Energy convention center. It's just a hotel this hotel in particular is what was what was essentially set up to be the hotel for the convention center. In so far. There is an agreement between the city the county in that hotel is like, okay, we have this walkway. We when we tell people okay, bringing your convention business here, where do you stay stay at the montage hotel because it's it's right next to the facility. So there is a partnership either in contract or implied between the government and private enterprise, which happens all the time. Right. So I think it certainly within the right in in the business of the city and the county to try to get more out of them saying, hey, listen, you guys rock or get off the pot either you put money into the hotel and bring it up to the standards that that of a modern hotel or you guys close it down like he did the one in Saint Louis, and we'll go our separate ways. But you need to make a decision on that. Here's the standards were looking for you, the they're conservative that or not if you choose not, then we'll encourage the building of a hotel, adjacent to the Duke Energy convention center. We'll take down the walkway, and essentially you won't have any more convention business. So I don't really look at that is okay, there's some underminded plot here to destroy the millennium hotel. It's if I'm the owners of the motel, and I don't know globally because it's a multinational company, I think they're based in London, but their their primary investor is in Singapore. So it's a multinational company is that the value the business that the convention of Israel's gives them or they don't. And if they can't make they say, hey, listen to what we we don't see the margins natty, that's fine. At that decision happens all the time across America business, deciding what their margins are whether they can or can't do business, particularly look at Amazon pulling out of their new world headquarters on a New York. Right. Whatever reason it'll go somewhere, but it just won't be New York. But there could be another business. Maybe apple comes in and says, you know, what we'd love to do business here. Those kinds of decisions happen all the time. But I think this is good government actually in a decision and saying look at this saying, all right? Well, if you're representing the city, we don't have a city owned hotel, but we have a partnership with the money and long ago. It was decided for whatever reason this is the hotel at the time. It was a great hotel. This is the hotel we got walk. But if you're not putting money back into improvements, then you're going to lag behind the pack, for example. The Netherland hotel in Cincinnati, which is kind of category right down the street from the convention center. You can see it in the shadows Malayan is a historical hotel. And of course, you face all sorts of problems when you've been around as long as that hotel has been I mean, how they have the Winston Churchill rumor Winston Churchill once stayed pretty cool too. Great slice a history. But as old as that hotel is they do a tremendous amount of money. I think they're going through a major renovation right now. As a matter of fact, hotels are always in the process of renovating. If you don't do that consistent regular basis, then you fall behind when it comes to amenities and everything else, and if the millenniums designed to do that because they don't see it. They're getting squeezed competitively here. Okay. That's that's unfortunate. But then we've got something else to try and keep the convention business happy because if you come and go, wow, this is a beautiful room. Your first impression is the minute. You set foot in that hotel the minute you set foot in your room because that is your home away from home? I get how important this hotel is. To the Email is point test is point. I get that. It seems like it's kind of an overblown thing. But it's not really I mean, if you the money that we spend a train law convention business here because there's a lot of money in that you get outsiders coming in buying meals buying Chomsky's, all that stuff spending money hotel revenues from taxes and the like, it's it's tremendous going to ball games, etc. That's really really good for a bottom line and our economy like found bunny, right? So if your first impression is the quality of your room that reflects poorly on the rest of us. I of get that. So I don't have a problem with particularly what what they're doing here too. I don't know if it's suspicious or not now in all fairness, we did reach out to the folks at the millennium, and there's no common out of their largely because I'm guessing they're not allowed to comment locally, which goes to show. You maybe the disconnect is you have a bunch of folks here working locally that are feeling the pinch of this thing where they unresponsive corporate entity offshore that's making all the decisions. So I mean, if they're making money. It's up to the money. But it's pretty clear that we have higher standards than what they're offering at this point. And hearing some of the stores and look at some of the views. I'm looking at going. Yeah. I could totally see why you're always going to find something a bad room or an experience in even the nicest hotels, like the Cincinnati, which is a credibly cool boutique hotel, the twenty one c yeah, there's going to be times where they miss because of the volume your day. I get that..

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"duke energy convention center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"duke energy convention center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Be a capitalist a fundamental capitalist. Right. And there's nothing wrong with that. No. That's a horrible term to be described as these days. However, the city of Cincinnati in the county of Hamilton and a piece today by our friends over at W CPO nine an investigative piece. It has John cranley on record mayor John cranley other saying we want the millennium hotel to go away, the millennium hotel downtown, of course, is the largest some eight hundred plus rooms in also if you look at travel adviser and on yelp and other sites like that. They get about two stars. The problem is this is that there is a walkway that connects Himalayan hotel to the Duke Energy convention center. And that is the lure, of course, for conventions, and like come to town that folks will stay at the neom and then just walk across the skyway. Well, the problem is if the room is crap if the services crap as the city and the county allege that gives Cincinnati a black eye to the point where mayor John cranley has stepped up and said, we don't want it anymore. We want to put them out of business and are exploring other options. It is rather interesting that they would want to take the catwalk away and move it to another hotel built some luxury hotel for convention for goes to enjoy. And if that's the first thing you see checking into a hotel in Cincinnati. It tends to give you a bad light at the city overall, which defeats the purpose of having conventions and trying to learn the like to town because interesting point Commissioner d story house was on board with this. We'll talk to a six about closing the millennium hotel down or at least removing the walkway. That's just ahead here on seven hundred wwl w. News, traffic and weather. News Radio seven hundred w ELL delegates. Cincinnati. The cost to rebuild Columbia Parkway with the nine thirty report. I'm Brian combs breaking down could run as much as ten thousand dollars.

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"duke energy convention center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"duke energy convention center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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"duke energy convention center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"duke energy convention center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"College basketball double header today here on seven hundred WW begins at noon Oakland against savior that six Cincinnati Bearcats are on the road against UNLV reds update. Redsfest continues today in downtown Cincinnati at the Duke Energy convention center show, running from eleven AM to six thirty pm with another project to salary bump coming through arbitration. The reds did not offer a contract a center fielder. Billy Hamilton before. Friday's non tender deadline. The move sends Hamilton now into free agency reds president of baseball operations dick Williams who plays center. So we're gonna look at free agency. We're looking at traits. We're going to figure out how all these problems and put the best team on the field. And sometimes, you know, you have to take a leap into the unknown before you have the answer to that next question. I think that would have been the wrong reason to hold onto Bill ECHA hockey tonight cyclones home against Fort, Wayne, build Edison, NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w sports. Acute hearing presents the Marvin Lewis report brought to you in part by the healthcare management group, and by energy pellets of America on seven hundred wwl w the home of the Bengals coverage Bengals coach Marvin Lewis standing by and coach we had our issues last week. I have wasn't pretty second. Half got worse with the loss of loss of Dalton bright spot. I would say was the play of Driscoll and to what degree is he ready to captain this team to the same degree as far as number plays things of that nature. Well, again, you know, we're going to have to build the offense around Japanese other offense to weapons and it's going to be important those guys step up and do a great job in order to with versus Denver this week. We're gonna have to play great on early down. So that's all in the mix. It looks as though AJ. We'll be back. Yes. Well, again, we're properly progress through the week and you make that decision on on Sunday. This far as the defense and the lack of the first half last week. How's that been addressed? I know in your press conference, you said people just pretty much have to do their job. We've heard that in other weeks. Is there anything else as far as an Email address specifically in practice to beef that up? Well, you just have to you know, we we have to stay true to what we do. And and each and every time literally get the execution that your responsibility. You you just you know, when you're down when you're snap. It's it's it's a very simple process. And you know, you you obviously can't go out and wholesale change your players at this point in the season. You're not gonna find him. So we've got a ride with what we got. And we got to continue to work. They've got to do a better job of execution. You know when you're at the point of attack. You gotta make the play. It's either you or the other guy and in the last week against the Browns. We didn't get it done. Our guys did get it done enough and that position and the Browns player came up with the football or the plane so forth and. And that's the thing. We've got to contain the quarterback. That's your job get it done. No one's gonna come off the silent. And do it for you wanted to keys to take it on the Broncos. They would be well, we'll get to a great job on really downs on offense. I mean, it's very important. And then on the other side of the ball. Conversely, we have to great job of stopping the run game with Oakland visa, great downhill runner. And we've got to do a great job at tackle them on their backs and receivers and leverage on the receivers. Good luck. With that talking extra right? Thank you..

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"duke energy convention center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"duke energy convention center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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"duke energy convention center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"duke energy convention center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"This weekend, the Duke Energy convention center on Friday and Saturday, Michael so much is made about analytics in a lot of it is from a hitter standpoint, I'm interested in your thoughts from from spin rate to usage depth on pitches. How much do you want to know how much of that stuff? Do you seek out? So I actually I personally I want to know everything. I could go on for absolute hours on my philosophy with it. I want to know everything. But it's it's learning how to properly use it in in game situation. That's where it's been for me growing pains is okay. I have all this information out. How do I use it? And while competing out there against the best of the best and not become a robot. And I think that those last three games for me or or Kershaw, and I really learned how to use all the scouting that. I put in. Like, I said, I really learned how to use it. And it comes down to for me. You have to understand yourself in order to get the best out of who you are. So if you don't understand the meal understand that hey, you need to sell your forcing pass will open the zone down zone or hey, your sinkers doing this. So you should tell your sinker more, you know, different things like that. And you're not gonna get the best out of who you are. It's just guesswork. So with that. And you know, Jared Hughes has been you know, huge influence on me. And we talk about all the time just playing the odd and always having opt in your favor and whether that's getting strike one strike too. And you just watch batting averages. And and the numbers of hitters go down, and how do you continually put those odds in your favor? You get the first out. What are the percentages of the other team scoring if you get the first out of the inning? If you get to the end, nobody percentages of the other team scoring you're kind of out there playing the and there's so many ways to look at it. So many angle. Nls in on keeping it short for you. But yeah, it's it's super exciting and stuff. I think you know, that it's hard to learn how to take it out there and compete with. But once you do the sky's the limit. I love stuff I can listen to this stuff all night, and Michael, man. I gotta think with with what you're discovering yourself and what the end of last season. Plus, the addition of Derek Johnson. You gotta be geeked for maybe taking your game to a whole different level. I'm really excited then and it's something that you know, I think this is gonna be a big year, obviously for the reds with everything that we're doing. But I think that, you know, everything from me specifically, really nicely. When it comes to learning about who. I am learning about my own stop. And you know, this stuff doesn't come overnight..

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"duke energy convention center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"duke energy convention center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Good morning happy. Thanksgiving five thirty six on seven hundred wwl w Steve Hawkins in for Mike McConnell on Thanksgiving Day here. A lot happened on Thanksgiving Day one hundred ten thousand people have called for advice on the Butterball Turkey hotline, and I'm going to call it here in just a few minutes and ask him about the weirdest questions. You see the story. The weirdest questions Butterball Turkey hotline has ever had just give me a few minutes here. And we'll call the Butterball Turkey hotline young third chain. I up a lot of stuff happening today. In one of the best is the fall feasts. I've got Jackie CV the co chair of the Cincinnati fall fees going on later on this morning downtown. Thanks for joining us. I know you're busy. Yeah. Thank you so much for having me. Hey, you guys do it every year for those of us that don't know what is the fall fees? That's going on downtown later on this morning. East is I think giving celebration that's all about community, and what you can expect is everyone is come. There's no cost. You get a warm thanksgiving meal, you can leave with a fresh pair of socks warm winter coat hat and gloves access to medical dental and vision care, and we have all sorts of entertainment, the mascot. They're coming like, the red balloons, and there's tons of fun. So it's the annual fall feast, and and the big dinner served like from eleven to two today. Exactly. But the doors open at nine am. All right. So people can get free coats and haircuts. Are you talking about? There's free pediatric dental checkups flu shots live music. Big screen TV's to watch the football games. This is a great event. And there is no cost. Correct. Exactly. Everyone is welcome. The more the merrier the Duke Energy convention center later on this morning yet downtown. Yep. How long does it last? Again, I opened the doors open at nine and the meals and at two so anytime, we would say around you. Right. Everybody in Cincinnati is welcome correct. The more the merrier a website or anything like that. We can get more information. Dot org. Hey, jackie. Thanks so much, man. I appreciate what you guys do every year. It's just a great thing that you guys do..

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Duke Energy Convention Center, Urban Meyer and Zac Smith discussed on Mike McConnell

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