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04:20 min | 2 weeks ago

"ed zucker" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The Lupo No. One and union Hills in Glendale, or visit Arrowhead luxury car stopped. Tom, Danny Sullivan, Katie Jr News. We might get some showers this morning. But overall, it's going to be mostly sunny as the day goes on a high of 97 degrees a low tonight of 80, and then it's just going to get harder. 11 for your high Tomorrow one. Oh, two Saturday 13 on Sunday. What are brought to you? By Howard Air. Whether Replace to repair call Howard Air. It's 808. Now a lawsuit filed against the city of Phoenix for allegedly failing to investigate whether Vice Mayor Carlos Garcia violated the city Charger this morning. This morning we heard from one of the plaintiffs who filed the complaint. Ktrs Jeremy Foster joins us live now with more on this story. Garcia is also named in that lawsuit. Martha. At issue Is Garcia, officially calling for the firing of Phoenix police officer Douglas McBride last month. McBride is under investigation. Or wrong, wrongly working with prosecutors to charge a group of protesters as gang members. He was also referred to the attorney general's Office for Criminal Investigation and placed on leave the Phoenix city charter bars Council members from directing or requesting the hiring or firing. Of City employees been loitering or president of the Phoenix Police Sergeants and Lieutenants Association tells Arizona's Morning news why he joined Officer McBride in taking legal action. All we are asking for is for the city to enforce its own law. That city charter is like our Constitution. It was passed by the voters of Phoenix. It's what the city is supposed to follow. Now. City manager Ed Zucker says Council members are entitled to their opinion, adding that Garcia did not violate the city charter because he did not give him instruction or direction. We've reached out to Garcia, offering him an opportunity to respond to the lawsuit will let you know if and when we hear back Live in the news center. Jeremy Falls for Katya. Our news from the K to our business center. The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits fell last week to 340,000 new pandemic low, another sign the job market is steadily rebounding. Jobless claims dropped by 14,000 from the previous week, according to the Labor Department. Amazon is going on another hiring spree. The online retailer plans to hire 55,000 people worldwide, including 40,000 in the US All of the open roles are for tech jobs in corporate positions. Separately, the company has been hiring thousands of warehouse workers to pack and ship online orders, including right here in the Valley, Checking the very latest numbers on Wall Street. The Dow is up 154 points right now, it's sitting at 4 35,067, the S and P 500 is also up 15 and the NASDAQ is up 37 for more Money news. Visit the K to our business center at K T a r dot com And there was and Arizona Cardinals player is looking back at how Barrows brain book mandatory concussion training affected his career. The barrel Brain book is a mandatory concussion education for all AI, a student athletes. Cardinals wide receiver Christian Kirk went to school here in Arizona and says the course helped him know what symptoms to look forward to see if he has a concussion. If you are feeling any of those symptoms, That you learn about, you know, during the brain book program, you know, you need to be honest and you to go to your athletic trainer. And you, too, You know, voice that something is wrong, he adds, the brain is not something that can be taken for Granted. No matter how frustrated you are tailor Tesler, Katie Air News and repeating our top story this morning, Hurricane Ida, sweeping through the New York area, hitting off five boroughs parts of New Jersey with unprecedented flooding, storms and tornadoes New York City subway system here. Hamstrung by the storm, ABC zero. Benitez has an update from New York airport. I'm told it got even worse. Workers tell us parts of the airport actually had to be evacuated. The first floor of the terminal also ended up flooded. At least 370 flights have already been canceled at Newark today. And right now, the death toll due to Hurricane Ida has surpassed 20 will keep an update for you throughout the day. Time for the Katie. Our timeline with Steve Zinsmeister brought to you by the husband and wife Law team of Briar law protecting the rights of the seriously injured in Arizona since 1996. It's September 2nd, and we all know that money doesn't grow on.

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"ed zucker" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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05:18 min | 2 weeks ago

"ed zucker" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Homes and left devastating flooding. The National Weather Service in New York had declared its first ever, said a flash flood emergencies in that recent region. It takes only a bottle capital of water from mosquitoes to breed. Yesterday, America County reported its first death of the season from West Nile virus, which typically spreads to humans. The mosquito bites. You can learn more at K t a r dot com c. D. C. Issuing a travel warning for Labor Day telling vaccinated people to consider the risk and telling unvaccinated people not to travel at all. We'll have a live report on this story coming up in about 10 minutes with Katya ours, Jim Cross You're never more than 15 minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's news station, K T A R news, all right, I'm going to try to explain to somewhat complicated issue That's behind a new complaint filed against the city of Phoenix, because this complaint is fascinating, and it's a It's a story that, by the way, has grabbed headlines for months now. That that complaint against the city essentially says that Phoenix City councilman should be fired from his counsel position because he called for Phoenix police sergeant to be fired. We're talking about Phoenix Police Sergeant Douglas McBride, who allegedly worked closely with prosecutors to charge a group of people protesting police. Charge him as a criminal gang, something a judge threw out of court and got Sergeant McBride placed on leave. They filed that complaint against the city of Phoenix in Maricopa County Superior Court. Now here's the background. McBride testified to a grand jury that people who participated in an October 20 protests remembers of a gang an independent investigation conducted by an outside law firm for the city. Says. McBride testified that protesters identified as gang members and had the exact same type of philosophy as criminal gangs like the Bloods, the Crips, the Hells Angels and the Mexican Mafia. The complaint that McBride just filed in Superior Court concerns. What happened after that investigation was released publicly last month when Phoenix City Councilman and Vice Mayor Carlos Garcia released an official statement calling for Sergeant McBride to be fired. And for that McBride wants Garcia essentially fired removed from the city Council because he says that action broke the city charter. Something that city manager Ed Zucker seemed to explain to K to ours. Mike Broom head after Garcia made his statement, the council was not allowed to participate in personnel matters by our city charter. Ultimately, the city charter says, very clearly that the decision about personnel issues rests with me. Now. This morning we spoke with Ben Loy Schnur. He's the president of the Phoenix Police Sergeant and Lieutenant Association, which is Join McBride in his complaint, he told us they want to see three things happen as a result of their complaint. First, the vice mayor statement needs to be removed from the city's website and on city letterhead. Second, we want to prevent the vice mayor from doing this action in the future for any city Council person and third, we want the judge to declare the city charter and code mean what they say that this is a violation of the law. It's illegal. So do they want to see Garcia lose his job? That's what the city charter specific Calls for and all we are asking for is for the city to enforce its own law. That city charter is like our constitution. It was passed by the voters of Phoenix. It's what the city supposed to follow for how the city has run, and it's been an action for over 100 years. So we just strongly believe that the city of Phoenix should enforce its own laws. Yeah, we also wanted to know if this is an attempt to deflect attention away from the investigation into Sergeant McBride. I mean, he's accused of some pretty serious things. Is this just deflecting kind of process here? No, it's not. This is a matter of due process, which we believe strongly and due process. If we don't have that our democracy starts to fail right now, Sergeant McBride has basically been tried in the media for lack of better words. He has an uphill battle to prove his innocence more than anything, rather than the city, having to prove his guilt and quite honestly, investigation is still ongoing, and that's what most people don't under. Stand about this. This investigation is not over. Okay? Yes. So the investigation is not over. Uh, this issue is far from over as a complaint was filed earlier this week in Maricopa County Superior Court, asking essentially that Carlos Garcia, City Councilman and Vice Mayor lose his council seat for breaking the city charter. Essentially, you know the cities. Constitution if you will, and we reached out to Councilman Garcia's office and offered him a spot here on Arizona's Morning news. We have also offered him an opportunity to just sent us a statement reacting to this suit, I'm hoping we'll hear back from him or his office, although he and actually the mayor to chose to not comment on this, after, um After McBride's lawyer brought this up about two or three weeks ago. It is 7 18. Now at K T a r and time for a check of traffic here is Danny Sullivan again from the Valley Chevy Dealers. Traffic Center on your freeways on the two. Oh, two Santan Freeway. I am seeing a slowdown. It's between westbound Val Vista and Arizona Avenue State route. 51 Not looking Too bad. You've got a slow spots. L found Indian school Road to Thomas. What's heavier is I 10.

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03:06 min | Last month

"ed zucker" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"You're vaccinated or not, But the school hasn't said how it will enforce the rule, and this student says she won't be masking up. I'll tell the public that it was your choice to get the vaccine, and now they're telling us that it doesn't work, so there's a lot of people on both sides that are upset. That's up to you whether or not you want to protect yourself, and if you're compromised and don't go outside the FDA, CDC and Arizona's Health Department also Masks Add protection against the Delta variant Tucson is mandating city workers be vaccinated or face mandatory testing and five day unpaid suspensions. Cases are spiking among the unvaccinated, especially Children. The decision to not get vaccinated unjustly exposes others to the risk of illness, including co workers and members of the public. Mayor Regina Romero and Vice Mayor Nicky Lee believe in public safety, But Lee says the vaccinate It will be punished. If people do take five days off unpaid That work is going to fall to them. I also know if they get sick. The work is going to fall to them. Pick your poison. Tucson estimates 1000 of its 4500 employees are unvaccinated against Covid 19. Peter Seymour, Katie Our news. The latest now on the big explosion and fire at a home near Coolidge. After a natural gas pipeline ruptured. Two people were killed. A woman has burns over half of her body. Coolidge PD says the woman escaped through a window. A man in his 14 year old daughter were found dead inside the house. The investigation continues. We're now hearing the results of another investigation into the arrests of some black lives matter. Protesters in Phoenix on gang charges The Maricopa County Attorney's Office released findings of an independent report that found prop Prosecutors in the state acted in bad faith. M CEO hired retired Judge Rowland Stein Lee to investigate the case. Stanely looked at a number of factors finding the narrative in the criminal case misrepresented evidence. He also provided numerous recommendations for improving M CEO procedures, some of which Maricopa County Attorney ouster Dell says have already been implemented. Taylor Tassler, Katie our news, the Department of Justice has been investigating Phoenix PD, resulting in the chief being suspended for a day and others. Voted, city manager Ed Zucker told Mike Broom had it's an issue that predates this particular time. Policing is a hard job, and it's getting harder to find people who have the skills and the interest to do that job right now. The Phoenix police Department is short about 300 officers with 30% of the force eligible for retirement. To our news time 505. And here is Danny Sullivan again from the Valley Chevy dealers Traffic center. Just checking things out on I tend the Maricopa Freeway. I'm not seeing any slowing Easter westbound from at least about Riggs Road all the way through that Broadway curve. It does look pretty good. If you're on I 17 that's also coming in delay free, so far so good north and southbound. In the loop on a one all the way down through that Durango curve. You do have McKell apps. It's closed east and westbound and that is going to be from C. McPhillips is closed from almost scolded the two Oh two Red.

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01:33 min | Last month

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"Half her body. Coolidge PD says the woman escaped through a window. A man in his 14 year old daughter were found dead inside the house. The investigation continues, and the Department of Justice has been investigating Phoenix PD which has resulted in the chief being suspended for a day and others demoted, Steve manager Ed Zucker told Mike Broom head. It's an issue that predates this particular time. Policing is a hard job, and it's getting harder to find people who have the skills and the interest to do that job. Lot of the stems from the arrest of some black lives matters. Protesters on gang charges Right now, The Phoenix police Department is short about 300 officers with 30% of the force eligible for retirement. Katya our news time 706 and here's detoured and fill you in on some somewhat filled in freeways. He's in the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic center. It could be a lot worse. But there are a couple of freeway crash is one of which we just talked about in the last report Westbound I 10 near 40th Street single vehicle crash, but that's all it takes. When you get the flashing lights off left in the media, and then traffic is going to see it in both directions. So be ready to cover the brake pedal their westbound I 10 at 40th Street and lean to your right on the westbound side. We've also got a crash that was moved off right on the two. Oh, two Sandtown this morning westbound at Alma School, Right Lane no longer block, But it is off right so again, lean to your left here to give them some Of surface streets in pretty good shape in the crash department, but not in the closure department. Lindsey Close between Main Street, the University and university closed east and westbound Lindsey to Val Vista Storm damage This traffic report brought.

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"ed zucker" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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06:49 min | Last month

"ed zucker" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"With the city manager Ed Zucker about this today and, um And why was chief Williams suspended for a day people who are not communicating with her. She has to take some accountability for that, and she has straight up, told me Yes, I take accountability and she's been open with me this whole time and has been willing to take her punishment and that's what's happening here. So for other people, Carlos Garcia is the vice mayor in the city of Phoenix. And and and, you know, Ed's worker kind of answers to the city Council. They hire him. I don't know. They call him the bosses, and I wanted to ask him the question that has nothing to do with what we're talking about, but about the structure of city government. Um, we are well past the idea of a city manager in the size of the Phoenix has become Major cities have an executive system in which the the mayor is the chief executive. Much like a governor is the chief executive of a state. A mayor is the chief executive of a city. And we don't have a strong mayor system. You know, our our our mayor is actually like a City council person at large that is voted by everybody in the city instead of one individual district. But really, that's most of the difference really, in most people's minds. Now that Mr Zucker is leaving the position of city manager, I wonder if he would advocate for a strong mayor system in Phoenix. Would this be the time in the city of Phoenix to change the way the city does its business, where the mayor is elected as a chief executive, outside of all of the council members and much like a house and the Senate, you pass bills? But there's veto power at the mayor's level. And can that, you know, Can you do things that way? Would that be a better way of doing things in Phoenix? Just a thought I had? I didn't have a chance to ask him, But I'm curious. You know, being a city manager in a major city like this were one of the last major cities to do things the way we do. And so the chief answers to the city manager in that regard. He has the authority to to meet out and to Dole out these kind of punishments, and he did. Chief Williams and looking at things decided that three of those assistant chiefs whether it was services and solely or not that, um, those chiefs three of them needed to be demoted to the level of commander and they will be replaced in the near future. Um And so I asked him about what happened and what was going on about these charges. And here's how we described what was happening where these people that were being arrested were then being charged with gang crimes so as lower level police officers involved in the the tactical response unit or or dealing with protesters who it appears Came up with the charges and cooperation with some members of the county attorney's office. And that's where again he's the expert. But everything I know about how this works is. There's a lot of time that there is a rift between policing and The prosecuting attorney's office because they don't have the final say in charges. They do the legwork. This is their job. It's not like they're being put upon their job is to investigate crimes. They gather all of the evidence. Ultimately, it's the attorneys for the legal experts that decide what the charges are going to be. So if three assistant chiefs from The police chief's office were in a meeting and it was about these protests and the idea that gang a gang charges were warranted, or it was possible to prosecute them under gang charges, But then a judge does not is not even close. Um, that's that's not that's not possible. I don't know why punishment was doled out. He did use the word collusion. That they colluded. That's a pretty strong word, and I don't have the report in front of me. I don't know the ins and outs of this, but I just have questions based on my knowledge of how charges are brought. It's the county attorney's office and ultimately to talk decides which charges if any, um, I've mentioned before years and years ago. I don't know how many years ago 15 years ago, maybe Um, I stopped the shoplifting at a at a circle K and there were two guys shoplifting and I stopped him. And then these guys wanted to fight and I'm in the parking lot fighting two guys until the police got there. Um, I never threw a punch. I was able to keep those guys off of me. They were throwing liquor bottles at me and the other stuff they had stolen and I kept them away from me. I kept him off when the one guy attacked me. I took him to the ground and let him up, but I never threw a punch. When the police showed up. Those two guys were arrested for aggravated assault and shoplifting. And ultimately, the county attorney's office at the time, we're not going to charge we're not going to level charges because they didn't think that they had enough evidence to win the case. Um, I Adamantly disagreed. And the city of Phoenix ended up taking the case and charging one of these two guys with aggravated assault and shoplifting. The officers made the arrest. The prosecutors prosecuted the charges and the case. And that's how it's always worked. So I don't again. I don't know what Mr Zucker saw that made him get to this level that the chief needed to be suspended for a day and I I am not deflecting. I'm asking an honest question in today's political climate. Did this have to do with the fact that it was black lives matter? Protests That the sensitivity of the subject matter Made this happen. What if these had been trump protesters? If these had been capital protesters inside the U. S Capitol and the law enforcement agencies were searching for charges for people that were inside that building, which is actively happening. Would there be the same level of retribution against law enforcement? And it's a valid question for all of us because we all understand that the justice system is supposed to be blind. And if you look at the symbol of our justice system, it's justice. The woman standing holding a pair of balanced scales with a blindfold on And that's the way our justice system is supposed to be. I don't know that that's the case. I just know that the leadership in the city that hates the cops are winning. I know that Carlos Garcia is beside himself with this and saying that it should be worse that there should be worse punishment for the police department. I don't think that's best for the city. I think it's horrible for the city as a matter of fact, and I don't agree with his sentiment at all. We should be defending now. When the police make mistakes, I'm never against accountability Never, ever, ever. And if the idea of charging these people with gang crimes and they weren't Gangsters I fully understand the judge saying this doesn't even come close to meeting that level, Not even close. And there's arguments like that.

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05:36 min | Last month

"ed zucker" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"All right, we got a bunch to get to today. It's all of the big headlines all wrapped up in one little package. Did you hear this? Did you hear this? Broom heads reaction to the hottest news stories. Why was the Phoenix police chief suspended for the day? City Manager Ed Zucker joined the show today to explain what went on behind closed doors. What we found in this case was there was inappropriate collusion between our Phoenix police. Some of our Phoenix police officers and the county attorney's office to generate this idea that the protesters were part of a gang that was found by a superior court judge to be completely implausible. Heard the word collusion in there. That's pretty serious, huh? Um and I don't. I'm confused. I'm still a little bit confused because I know how this works. Where? Ultimately it's the county attorney's office who decides on what charges are going to be. Officers will make an arrest on a charge it can sometimes be dropped can be lowered. It could be increased, and ultimately, the county attorney's office has the final say. And what charges are so when you use the word collusion? I don't I didn't hear an accusation of making up charges. But were they pressuring the county attorney's office to change these charges and make them more than what they were when they were arrested? Because people get arrested for rioting or for looting? Or for, um, obstruction of a thoroughfare? You can't block traffic things of that nature. But to lump them in and gang stuff. I don't understand how the cops were the ones that did that. And according to him, it was collusion to do that. Which is why they came down heavy on him. So I guess we'll see. July was the busiest month for illegal border crossings in 21 years, according to customs and border protection, And recently the secretary of homeland Security was overheard saying that the border crisis was quote unsustainable. Now Governor, Doug Ducey is calling on him to resign, saying he's a defeatist who's failing at the border? Do you agree that Secretary May orcas should resign? Yeah, you know, it's a tough thing. I don't know that it's the secretary's fault. The secretary serves at the pleasure of the president. The president chooses people to work in the capacity of homeland security and other departments because They are on the team, and they are ones that are going to do there will. So you have an agenda in whatever that department is, and you hire someone to fulfill that agenda, so I don't know who else they're going to put in there. That's going to push back on the Biden administration. Um, that is going to get any kind of results because if you aren't in line with what the president wants than the president replaces you, and that's not even a bad thing. But what we should be doing is pressuring the bide administration to change their policies because 212,000 people in one month in a 21 year record is not the direction we want to be going with the delta varying of covid 19 beings on the increase. This just seems to be twice as bad as it's been in the past. You're listening to did you hear this? We do it every day At this time. It's just our way to catch you up on the biggest headlines What's next Eve after the Phoenix Union High School District put in a mask mandate, one of their teachers sued them. Today they were in court and the district argued that the new state law banning mask mandates. Hasn't taken effect yet. It will not be the law until September 29th. So right now the district is absolutely empowered and has the responsibility to look at the situation and set the policy that it seems appropriate. And the verdict hasn't been decided yet. So what do you think will happen here? Yeah, I don't know what's going to happen with this. What I do find interesting is that when the laws change we usually the time difference between signage and implementation is so that people can get ramped up and ready for the changes. So when we decriminalized marijuana here in the state of Arizona, we saw immediately that there were changes. The county attorney's office not only immediately stopped arresting people are prosecuting people for marijuana charges. They went back to cases that were already pending and cat. Those got rid of those cases, and they are talking about getting rid of people's criminal records. For marijuana in the past, and a lot of that work was being done before the law took effect. So let's remember that just because it hasn't officially taken effect, there's a reason for the delay. And this seems to be a little disingenuous knowing that the law is coming. Speaking of teachers, We've got a big teacher problem in America. It's a common trend seen across the country. A study from Ed Week Research Center found that more than half of the nation's teachers 54% say they were considering leaving the profession in the next two years. That's a 20% increase over pre pandemic levels. How can we convince teachers to stay teachers? Well, there's a couple of things you can do. You can pay them and you know, we I'm someone that's an advocate as well for paying good teachers has to be accountability, and I think that's the other part of it. I think accountability helps as well in any organization, which means If there are people that are not up to the task, and they're not doing the job, but they're still getting paid the same as you. It drags down morale. So there's two levels here. Do I think teachers need to earn more in Arizona? Yeah, I think good teachers should earn more money. But I also think there needs to be a level of accountability and the politics and teaching is what drives a lot of teachers away because they just want to teach. And when politics gets involved in the classroom, like a lot of other places, people wash their hands and say, I'm out Yes, it's interesting when you look at the law enforcement profession, which I'm connected to by family, and I've also got teachers in my family as well. And I've got a lot of very close friends that are educators. Um,.

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02:05 min | Last month

"ed zucker" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Ktrs Luke for Sinner has the latest numbers live in the news center Jeff the last time the state had a daily case count over 3000 was back in early February. His numbers from the winter spike. We're starting to decline. Today. 3225 new cases reported along with 23 new deaths, Hospitalizations are on the rise in the state. They have nearly tripled since early May Live in the news centre. Luke Forster. Katya Our News Phoenix Union High School District was back in court this morning defending its mask mandate. The district's attorney, Mario Grady, argues the new state law barring school mass mandates does not go into effect until September. 29th so right now. The district is absolutely empower and has the responsibility to look at this situation and set the policy that it seems appropriate. But the attorney representing the teacher who sued the district disagreed, saying the law went into effect June 30th. A court decision was not issued today for the latest on coronavirus in Arizona. Had to. K t a r dot com slash coronavirus. PHOENIX Police chief Jerry Williams is suspended today. This after members of Phoenix police willfully and wrongly arrested black lives matter Demonstrators on gang charges You know when you're in charge of the department, you have accountability for the results and the results in this case of people who were not communicating with her. She has to take some accountability for that, city Manager Ed Zucker tells the MIC Broom head show chief. Williams has taken full accountability for her assistant Chiefs actions. Zucker believes Williams is still the best chief for this moment, saying he's never seen her more determined to make necessary changes within the department. Arizona's immigration crisis Arizona governor Doug Ducey is calling for Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayor CAS to resign. This comes following leaked comments by Mayorkas, where he called the migrant surge at the southern border unsustainable. In a statement, the governor said Mayorkas is a defeatist and the homeland security position needs to be filled by someone who will stand up to the Biden administration's immigration policies. Let's get an update on traffic.

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06:15 min | Last month

"ed zucker" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Being here. Appreciate you spending some time with me. Um Phoenix is growing. I'm going to talk a little bit more about what's happening within the Phoenix Police Department. In a few moments, I had Ed Zucker, who is the city manager in Phoenix on with me today, talking about the one day suspension of the police chief, and then the demotion of three assistant chiefs in the city. And we'll talk about that in a few moments, but it always seems to be a little bit interconnected, some interesting census data out of the city of Phoenix. We are the fastest growing city in the entire nation over the last 10 years. I think that's only going to accelerate in the next 10 years. Um so between 2020, 10 and 2020, it added about 163,000 more residents, Uh, two of its suburbs. Buckeye. Goodyear in the West Valley were among the 10 fastest growing at all. U. S cities during the decade and growth across the Phoenix Metro area drove up Maricopa County's population by almost 16% 15.8%. Those are big, big numbers. Greeley, Greenlee County on the New Mexico border remains the smallest county, but it grew by over 13% panel. County, um, has grown as has grown 13.2% iava pie by 12. Tucson, Pima County by 6.4. So we're seeing growth across the state of Arizona, which is, I think a good thing. Um So by demographics we are seeing every state in the union became more diverse. The population of white people has dropped and, um and we are seeing a population over overall has dropped. And so I would say when you look at all of this, um what's interesting to me is we continue to grow. I moved here in 1995. I first came out here in 1992 and what I loved about the city of Phoenix first always called the most livable city And I think it was It was fantastic. It still is. I love I love Phoenix. When I say I should say the valley because I love the entire valley, but I live in Phoenix. Um, growing as we have. I think they've done a good job at managing growth to it, for the most part compared to where I grew up the explosion in the eighties of southwest Florida the streets are not the same as they are here. The traffic is different. The traffic lights are different. We've had more of an infrastructure investment. We are going to dramatically change if we're not careful. And there's going to have to be a level of investment in people and this is kind of connecting with the next conversation with policing in a moment, But we have this assumption in Phoenix that were good, and we're always going to be, and that isn't exactly the way things work and you've got to keep up with things and you've got to maintain them, and it's like buying a brand new car. Yes, it's a brand new car, but if you don't maintain that vehicle, it's going to fall apart at some point. We have got to do a lot of maintenance here in the city of Phoenix. We have got to make sure we're electing people that adhere to our ideals. Um And it's a very odd because I really thought that when I met, um Carlos Garcia, the councilman that we were not going to get along, I really assumed we wouldn't because we are so diametrically opposed when it comes to policing. I actually got along with him. I had I had a decent conversation with him and still walked away, saying I don't agree with anything he believes when it comes to policing, and he'd say the same thing about me. But that doesn't There's no hard feelings in my statement that says, I don't want Carlos Garcia on the City Council in Phoenix, especially not as my councilman as he is. I don't think that there's any room for an anti such an anti police sentiment because I think it's going to change our city. I think that if we're not careful as voters to watch who's voting and who they're voting for things change so dramatically And then people look at the changes and go. I don't like that anymore, and now you want it to be changing back immediately, and things don't work that way. The people that are involved, and I'm going to give credit where credit is due. The Democratic Party in Arizona has worked diligently over the last 10 or 15 years to increase their numbers and bodies from the state legislature to cities across the country. And especially here in Arizona, and there has been deep changes in the way Phoenix does things. I don't agree with all of them, and we should have a louder voice in that watching the city of Phoenix be the fastest growing city over the last decade and realizing it's probably going to be that way in the next 10 years. We have done a lot of things at the state level when it comes to the economy that I think are good things. But we have got to stay on that path. And we've got to keep our elected officials accountable for all of these things. That to me is the biggest lesson I've learned is that we kind of get apathetic when things are going well. When we see everybody, everything going in the right direction. We kind of saying, Oh, that's good, and we ignore it, And I don't think that we can do that. I don't think that my political party has all the answers to every question. I learned that lesson a long time ago. But if we aren't paying attention to what the people we elect are saying and doing we don't ever we don't ever react until it happens in the wrong direction. We go. What is that all about? How did that possibly happen? Squarer at school boards, I think is which are School boards are the most overlooked position on the ballot. I think the people that are elected to school boards are the ones that have the most influence on our Children with curriculum and textbooks and all the other things that are involved. And yet they seem to be the ones that we ignore the most. And I think we're paying a price for that right now. And I think that may change as well. So, um, the city of Phoenix growing as quickly as it has, I think it's It's pretty amazing, and I hope the growth continues. I love it here. I think we've done a good job managing it. I think the state of Arizona manages growth well, and I think Phoenix is doing a good job. Now that the shift for that is about policing, um you know, the news out of the Phoenix Police department yesterday was not good news. I spoke with Ed circa if you aren't aware of what happened. Um, the police chief has been suspended for one day. And three of her assistant chiefs have been demoted. So we're going to talk about what happened and you're going to hear the words of the city manager. His name is Ed Circle. What exactly happened and why we're going to talk about that next. The Gators and Chad show afternoons K through 12 students. Should we pay them 20 bucks per week for getting tested for covid? Well, that sounds interesting. You know what else is interesting? It's our first yacht Rock.

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KTAR 92.3FM

05:55 min | Last month

"ed zucker" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"To our news 92 3 FM in the P R news app. Thanks for being here Appreciate you spending some time. Big news came out yesterday and not good news. The Phoenix Police Department having a Having a very rough week and chief Williams was suspended for one day. And then there were three of the assistant chiefs that were demoted because of a couple of different things that were going on an independent investigation. So joining us to help clear some of that up is city manager Ed Zucker. Mr Zucker, welcome back to the show. Let's talk with or let's start with why some of these things happened. Um, correct me if I'm wrong. The county attorney's office has the final say when charges are brought against suspects. Why so much done to the Phoenix Police Department, and it seems so little being done in the county attorney's office. Oh, good morning, Mike. Thanks for having me with you today. That's an important question. It is true that the charges are ultimately determined by the Maricopa County Attorney's office. But what we found in this case was there was inappropriate collusion between our Phoenix police, some of our Phoenix police officers and the county attorney's office. To generate this idea that the protesters were part of a gang that was found by a superior court judge to be completely implausible and was thrown out that the county attorney dropped the charges. And now we're addressing is how is it that it got that far? How How was that people's First Amendment rights could be so threatened by this sort of activity as it relates to the county attorney That's really in her court as her investigation of her people. I don't have any authority over them. What I have authority over is our Phoenix employees or so that from what? I understand, there were three assistant chiefs were involved in a meeting about charges and, um, you're saying that there was some kind of collusion with them, or that's what this investigation found. That they conjured these charges up. No, it wasn't, the assistant chief. It was lower level police officers involved in the the Tactical response unit or or dealing with protesters who it appears. Came up with the charges and cooperation with some members of the county attorney's office. The issue for the leadership was that the the process that or the procedures in place to vet these kind of these questions about what should people be charged with, particularly when it relates to a gang charge, which goes to a felony. Those processes were deliberately skirted. It appears according to our report, and there was no communication with the chief of police about this very high profile incident so that there was any kind of vetting, so that's really the issue there. Okay, so and I'm just for clarity's sake. The reason why I'm asking. This is because ultimately, um, we know that the county attorney's office relies on the investigations and truthfulness of the police to give them evidence. But in the end, the police rely on the expertise of the county attorney's office to come up with legitimate charges. So I This is where I'm confused. And I'm hoping for clarity is why are the cops being punished for the charges that were ultimately decided by the county attorney's office? Well, when you read the report, it shows that there was much more than that sort of linear way that you described it, Mike. In this case, it was much more collaborative in terms of what do you think of this charge? Oh, well, I'll try that. Uh, because let's write this up. Let's testify in this way. And then the report really clarifies that as sort of an inappropriate inter mixing of those two functions. That's really where the problem was, Yes. That the prosecutors do have the responsibility ultimately to file the charges. The police don't file the charges the prosecutors do. But when you read the specifics of this case, those lines were so completely blurred. It appears, And that's where the problem once is that why there is the suspension of a sergeant in this case is changing the police report to to coincide with his testimony. Yeah, there are issues of what sort of information was added to a police report after grand jury jury testimony. Their issues of what was the grand jury testimony was a truthful wasn't accurate. Those sorts of things, and that's why the recommendation that I'm following is to seek an outside law enforcement agency to do a review of those specific questions because those are questions of criminal law. Phoenix City manager Ed Zucker is joining me. So then let's talk about specifically about Chief Williams. The report made very clear the chief Williams was not aware of any of these things that she wasn't aware this was happening. Why the one day suspension? That's a great question, and it really gets to. You know, when you're in charge of the department, you have accountability for the results and the results in this case. Of people who are not communicating with her. She has to take some accountability for that, and she has straight up told me. Yes, I take accountability and she's been open with me this whole time and has been willing to take her punishment and that's what's happening here. But But then the issue is, what were the act actions that were that happened or didn't happen. And so people are being held accountable for their specific actions and their specific knowledge. So then now the replacement for these assistant chiefs will most likely come from within the Phoenix Police Department. I imagine Will the chief ultimately be able to choose those replacements, or is there now going to be input from the council and from your office know the council is not allowed to participate in personnel matters by our city charter? And so the decisions of who her executive team are. I do leave to her. She does talk to me and to my assistant city manager about those, but those have to be people that she can trust and rely on and depend on and that's really what led to her decision to make a change. Okay, So, um, let's go a little further. Councilman Garcia has said that this wasn't enough. The one day suspension wasn't enough. And a demotion wasn't enough..

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KTAR 92.3FM

02:09 min | Last month

"ed zucker" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"T a r dot com slash coronavirus. Phoenix's police chief is out today for a day long suspension after a report says her subordinates willfully and wrongly arrested protesters on gang charges. Now the city Manager has asked the Arizona Attorney general's office to check for criminal wrongdoing. But we're also doing further administrative investigation of some of the officers, sergeants and others that were engaged in this last October. Police accused black lives matter Demonstrators of belonging to an anti police gang A C A B, but the external probe determined that's a slogan, and sometimes there are big problems like this deal with people's First Amendment rights that deal with failures. Communication. Systemic failures. Edzard occur, understands that police are under a microscope after a bad actors and high profile incidents. Peter Seymour, Katie Our News and Phoenix City manager, Ed Zucker joins the MIC Broom head show in just a few moments. Facebook is coming to the city of Mason more than $800 million investment that includes a partnership with SRP. Community development manager for Facebook data centers in the southwest David Williams. We're really happy to partner with SRP to bring on 450 megawatts of new solar in Arizona. Williams adds that Warner efficiency is a high priority for the Mesa Facebook complex. So our Mesa campus will be at least 60% more water efficient than the average data center. We're also investing in water restoration projects across the Colorado River and Salt River Basin. The water project will restore 200 million gallons of Water per year scan and update on traffic as we go live to the Valley Chevy dealers Traffic center Here's Monica read. Jeff on our freeways Right now we do have a vehicle had spun out on I 10 westbound 10 near 40th Street. Black in the right auxiliary lane. Now DPS has that lane ConEd off near the exit. But you can still exit at 40th Street. If you need to West Bone 10 has some slowing from Broadway to that spot, then eastbound. Eitan, you've got slowing remaining from 59th Avenue, the 16th Street. And a new crash in Chandler. This is on Frye Road, just west of the one. Oh, one you stay on the boulevard is.

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KTAR 92.3FM

02:16 min | Last month

"ed zucker" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Sure you're listening. As the storms arrive this evening, you'll be able to hear the newest developments on the K to our app. At K t a r dot com Or tell your smart speaker to placate E A. R Phoenix Police chief Jerry Williams is not working today. She suspended for a day after report found members of her department willfully and wrongfully filed. Gang charges against Black Lives matter. Demonstrators last October. City manager Ed Zucker understands that police are under a microscope because of a few bad apples and high profile incidents. We have folks who are calling police officers terrible names, saying bad things about them. Nobody likes that. Nobody feels good about that. But in our role as public servants, we have to overcome that. Zucker says the external report disappointed and angered him, and that police must respect First Amendment rights. The investigation also led to the demotion of three assistant chiefs. But it isn't enough for Phoenix's vice mayor, especially since no one stopped the bogus gang charges against use of force protesters. There's some that were directly involved, and there's many they knew what was happening, and no one spoke of Carlos Garcia wants the Maricopa County Attorney's office to review the officers involved in that case, who may have hurt the records of protesters. And he wants retiring city manager Edzard occur to make sure that his successor has a better opportunity to move this city in this department forward in a better place. Garcia thinks it's time for chief Jerry Williams to quit if she cannot control her department, Peter Seymour Katya our news, You'll have a few days left to sign up for health insurance through the federal marketplace, the special enrollment period in Sunday Of beer. Pearson with Kio Health Connections tells Katie A. Are we want people to know is that they have options. There are subsidies that will help them lower their monthly premiums and their out of pocket expenses as well, She adds. You can choose from six plans in the marketplace for help signing up as a cover. Az dot org Pass goes into the end zone Cardinals. Are you ready for some football? Or you better have a game plan if you're heading the State Farm Stadium tonight for the Cardinals first preseason game against the Cowboys. Does, Doug Mental says It's going to be tricky to get through traffic. We expect westbound I 10 will be the busier freeway. You could think about using loop. Wanna one less bound across the North Valley and then southbound on the 1 to.

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"ed zucker" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:57 min | Last month

"ed zucker" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Not confronting somebody directly in talking them. But using the power of the pen and the keyboard to just spew on unbelievable hate. No, wait. That's larger this you know, we're starting to understand. Why are the police in? And uh and, uh Chicago? Why The politicians have a problem with this woman. She's completely out of touch. She does not address what she has done in this situation. She's blaming everybody else. In the same way. She blames guns for violence instead of talking about the gangs. She's not talking about her actions toward the police, since she's been in office that have caused them to completely utterly disrespect her and even city councilman, This is what this type of leadership gets you we got a problem right here. In the Valley. Phoenix police manager Ed Zucker. He was released the results of two independent investigations conducted by a group involving the Phoenix Police Department. In the investigations provided an in depth extensive review on behalf of the city's manager, managing offices, and they find out that the police officers, police officers have Done some things wrong. Had some miss charges out there. And it's resulted in police officers being disciplined and even the chief of police being suspended. What in the world is going on. Is there something valid here? Or are we just warming up for the federal investigation? We're going to talk to someone in the know and try to get down to the skinny of what's going on with the Phoenix Police Department at 7 33..

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"ed zucker" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:53 min | Last month

"ed zucker" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Phoenix Police chief Jerry Williams is not working today. She suspended for a day after a report found members of her department willfully and wrongly filed. Gang charges against Black lives matter demonstrators last October. City manager Ed Zucker understands police are under a microscope because of a few bad apples and high profile incidents. We have folks who are calling police officers terrible names, saying bad things about them. Nobody likes that. Nobody feels good about that. But in our role as public servants, we have to overcome that. Lurker says the external report disappointed and angered him in that police must respect First Amendment rights. The investigation also allegedly demotion of three assistant chiefs. But it isn't enough for Phoenix's vice mayor, especially since no one stopped the bogus gang charges against use of force protesters. There is some that were directly involved and there is many. I knew what was happening, and no one spoke of Carlos Garcia wants the Maricopa County The attorney's office to review the officers involved in that case, who may have hurt the records of protesters. And he wants retiring city manager Ed circa to make sure that his successor has a better opportunity to move this city in this department forward in a better place. Garcia thinks it's time for chief Jerry Williams to quit if she cannot control her department. Peter Seymour Katie our news. Time's running out to sign up for health insurance through the federal marketplace. The special enrollment period in Sunday Live beer Pearson with Kio health connections. Tells Katie a are there are six plants in the marketplace that they can choose from, So they have plenty of options, she adds. There are subsidies you may qualify for that can lower your monthly payment for help signing up visit. Cover. Az dot org Pass goes into the end zone Cardinals touch Are you ready for some football? Better Have a game plan if you're heading to State Farm Stadium tonight for the Cardinals first preseason game against the Cowboys. Adult stagnant cell says it's going to be tricky to get through traffic..

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KTAR 92.3FM

02:44 min | Last month

"ed zucker" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Phoenix Police chief Jerry Williams is not working today. She suspended for a day after a report found members of her department willfully and wrongfully filed. Gang charges against Black Lives matter demonstrators last October. City manager Ed Zucker understands that police are under a microscope because of a few bad apples and high profile incidents. We have folks who are calling police officers terrible names, saying bad things about them. Nobody likes that. Nobody feels good about that. But in our role as public servants, we have to overcome that. Zucker says the external report disappointed and angered him, and that police must respect First Amendment rights. The investigation also led to the demotion. Of three assistant chiefs. But it isn't enough for Phoenix's vice mayor, especially since no one stopped the bogus gang charges against use of force protesters. There's some that were directly involved, and there's many I knew what was happening, and no one spoke of Carlos Garcia wants the America County attorney's office to review the officers involved in that case, who may have hurt the records of protesters. And he wants retiring city manager Edzard occur to make sure that his successor has a better opportunity to move this city in this department forward in a better place. Garcia thinks it's time for chief Jerry Williams to quit If she cannot control her department, Peter Seymour, Katie our news, you only have a few days left to sign up for health insurance through the federal marketplace. The special enrollment period ends Sunday. Of beer. Pearson with Kio Health connections tells Katie A are what we want People to know is that they have options. They are subsidies that will help them lower their monthly premiums and their out of pocket expenses as well, She adds. You can choose from six plans in the marketplace for help signing up visit. Cover az dot org Pass goes into the end zone. Cardinals touch them. Are you ready for some football? Better have a game plan if you had to use a State farm Stadium tonight for the Cardinals first preseason game. Came against the Cowboys adults, Doug Mental says It's going to be tricky to get through traffic. We expect westbound I 10 will be the busier freeway. You could think about using loop one or one less bound across the North Valley and then South found on the one on one toward the stadium. Kick off at seven tonight. Parking lots are going to open at three this afternoon for your tailgating H and take out one of those big umbrellas because you just don't know that's true. And you know what we do have a Chance of thunderstorms, but it's probably not going to hit us until you know, around six o'clock. Yeah, So Yeah, That's the good news right for the commuters who aren't going to the game. Right? Katya, our news time 5 37 just excited that it's football. I know I'm so ready for football. Here is Danny Sullivan in the Valley Chevy dealers. Traffic.

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KTAR 92.3FM

02:20 min | Last month

"ed zucker" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Now it's 2 31. I'm Becky Lin. Here's our top story. The Phoenix police chief has been suspended for a day. And an independent report has also led to demotions of three assistant chiefs there. Now commanders and a sergeant was suspended after protesters of police use of force were criminally charged as gang members last October. Chief Jerry Williams did not know about the now dismissed charges that her command staff helped to craft city manager Ed Zucker now wants the Arizona Attorney general's office to conduct criminal and administrative investigations into parts of Phoenix police. He also reprimanded Williams after some of her officers produced and traded a challenge coin mocking a protester they shot in the groin with pepper balls in 2017. The ballad Small Report couldn't determine who made the coins Peter, Sam or Katie, Our news coronavirus in Arizona. The coronavirus continues to take the lives of Arizonans all across the state. And now the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office is being directly affected. Ktrs Taylor Tassler is like In the news center with more They're called. Mm. I'm still here. As other avoid are, we're going to come back to Taylor. In just a moment. We've got a little technical difficulty there. A Tucson based public health lawyer is arguing that the new state law barring mask mandates in schools is unconstitutional because it was attached to the state budget. She points out that violates the single subject rule listed in the state Constitution for bills passed in the state legislature. Meanwhile, a group of Democratic lawmakers who have had and recovered from Covid 19 are urging Governor Ducey to reject call. Calls to punish schools who implement mask mandates. The lawmakers strongly opposed calls to withhold funding from districts who go against the state law that bans mandates on face covering since school. Let's go back now to tailor Tesler in the newsroom about officers affected by covid in the sheriff's office. Yeah. Becky. Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Pens own tells Arizona's Morning news to detention officers have died from Covid 19 complications in the past week. One of the officers was with the department for 17 years, he adds. Other employees are ill and some are hospitalized. They're working in closed.

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"ed zucker" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:53 min | 4 months ago

"ed zucker" Discussed on 710 WOR

"This guy and welcome this is Dr Arthur Perry. This is what's your angle? Right here on W. O R. And I hope you're all having a wonderful, wonderful spring weekend. It was a wonderful week, wasn't it? Well, I'll tell you the UV index was 11 the other day It was 90 something degrees. I hope you're all wearing your sunscreen. Really? I mean, this is probably the most dangerous time of year for your son. It really is. Here We are the end of May. You are the lightest you've been no matter what your skin color you're the lightest you've been in the year and probably this year worse than most. Because how much did you really go out last summer and last fall with a pandemic, right? So, so you're all light, whether your dark skin or light skin your skin has the lightest color it has all year right now. So you get out into the sun, you think? Well, it's a beach day and and you sit out there. For hours and fry. It really is the most dangerous time of the year. You need your sunscreen. You need an SPF 15. At least if you're really going to be out in the sun, it's more than that are right. Well, this is the plastic surgery show right here on W. O R And I'm board certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Arthur Perry been doing this show for a long time. And I hope you've all been listening every Saturday evening at six o'clock for the lasts almost 17 years. No, I'm we're aging before our eyes and so is my audience. And that is what this show is all about. It's about your aging. It's about your wrinkles. It's about your splotchy pigmentation, Your jowls Your turkey gobbler. Yeah, it's about small breasts or or droopy breasts. It's about well. It's about face lifts and tummy tucks and lip of suction. That's what this is all about. Give me a call. You can become part of my show because it's really your show. 803 2107 10. 803 2107 10. And tonight we're giving away bottles of Yep. Beauty and a bottle. That's the name of the product and beauty and a bottle. 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And that's all you need. Is that one step skin care program? That's what we're giving out today. 803 2107 10 is the phone number. Why have a great show planned for you today? You could tell. I'm I'm excited. We did a rerun last week because I was at a friend's wedding and I rarely do reruns. I hate that. You know, I'm here through snow and sleet and no matter what it is, It's not snow, any more heat and fires and everything, and I I do about to re runs a year. That's it. I like doing these live shows, and and so we are live tonight. We've got Dr Ed Zucker burg on. I think this is the fifth time Dr Zuckerberg's been on. He is a great dentist and a friend of mine. And he's going to tell you about something Brand new. It's really earth shaking in your mouth. So stay tuned for that one. And we're gonna talk about my approach to facial rejuvenation. Because people ask me all the time. I do a lot of facial rejuvenation, everything from skin care. To face lifts and everything in between. 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It was a very popular procedure last year, taking out breast implants. Usually not that popular, but last year was because of the very rare risk of lymphoma Heaven forbid, which has been associated with certain textured silicone breast implants and the one that had the highest chance of that was the al organ product, and they took their product off the market. I, for the most part, have used the Johnson and Johnson mentor textured sailing silicon implants, and that has Ah, lower chance, but still some chance. And so I and most of my colleagues at Cornell and Columbia are not using those implants anymore. Although there's still on the market because the number of people who have developed those cancers those lymphomas about 770 at last count, you say, Well, that's that's a fair number. But remember, is probably 30 million women since 1962 that have had breast implants placed So it's a really small number the chance. I mean, if you have breast implants, and you do not take those out. Certainly you should be seeing your plastic surgeon once a year getting your mammograms and with breast implants you're supposed to have memorized. Do you know that? The FDA has said first.

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"ed zucker" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

06:59 min | 2 years ago

"ed zucker" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"On how politically insiders subvert the will of the citizens, you need look no further than what city manager Ed Zuqar did behind closed doors Zuqar, a strong proponent of light rail gave an attorney on contract to the city of Phoenix. The go ahead to sue Phoenix citizens to stop a filed initiative fixing our roads and initiative signed by forty thousand Phoenix residents innocent to ring of the conservative circuits. We have Saudi Cecil's chief of staff Sam stone. Sam the headline of Saudi Cecil's op, Ed your boss, reads, Phoenix out of control, can you? Please tell us how is it possible that a city manager can give a city. Contract attorney a waiver to sue a city resident it's worse than that. James? I mean, they're not just in one city resident effectively suing forty thousand city residents who signed a petition to end the destructive expansion of light rail on south central and the fact of the matter is the city manager did this without talking to council without talking to the public. They are proving that they will do anything to stop these citizens from having a say is this doing anything or is this an act of desperation? Well, I think it's an act of desperation, but appearance simple. What you're seeing? This is early in the game. Right. I mean, these signatures haven't even been fully verified by the city and they're coming after like this. What that tells you is there frayed, and they will stop at nothing. The bureaucracy will stop at nothing to protect their light rail boondoggle. We have Sam stone. He's the chief of staff for Phoenix city councilman, Sal desisto. They'll stop. Nothing. But I this is unheard of. You have someone suing citizens for basically signing a petition. Yeah. I mean, you know, what they're what they're going. After is basically how all these signatures were gathered. But they're doing it in a way that is is absolutely unethical. I mean here you have a city contract. Attorney been paid over half a million dollars his firm over half a million dollars in the last few years, and they're cutting him out and saying, hey, no problem. Go ahead. And sue the people were paying you to represent these this. This light rail opposition that supports these ridiculous trains. They could have hired any attorney in the country any attorney in the state that they wanted and who do they end up with a contract city attorney that tells you how far this bureaucracy we'll go to subvert the will of the public. We have Sam stone that he is in the central bringing the Caserta circus. He's a chief of staff for Phoenix city councilman Saudi Saudi has a op Ed in the daily. Independent today Phoenix out of control Sam have you heard from the residence. What are they saying about this furious? You know, I mean, look you have a basically a bunch of resonance of south Phoenix, small business owners longtime residents evacuated unity who have banded together. Not taken any outside money. Not taking any outside help. They've done this on their own gathered forty thousand signatures to to get this on the ballot to stop what they see as as the destruction of their community that they love. And then this is what happens to them. I mean, this is this is the worst thing you can see in government. It makes me sick to my stomach. It is actually very very disturbing. Does. There seem to be an acknowledgment by the Democrats on the council that the city is out of control. Oh, there's no acknowledgement by them at all. I mean, you know, it, that's what's really disheartening about this thing. You have all these city departments right now are are engage. Aging in politics, in a way, they're not supposed to you like people to decide the political direction of the city. But because these folks are so invested in their own projects, the billions of dollars it's going to come to their friends off of these light rail deals. They're not gonna stop at anything. They can't let this go back to the voters because only one percent of our transit passengers even use the stupid train. So if this goes to the voters chances are pretty good is dead meat, and they can't allow it. We have Sam stolen the center bringing the conservative circus. He is the chief of staff for city councilman Sal Decio. It is obvious that the politicians as city insiders as you said, Ken, not let this go to the public because the public will vote it down. I believe that as well. But what's more shocking to me? Sam stone is the utter contempt for the public. The absolute utter contempt for the voting public and the willingness of for the for the furthest. Insiders to put the taxpayers on the hook for millions of billions of dollars. Absolutely. And it's not just this one thing. This is you know, if it was just this one incident. The councilman wouldn't be saying the thinks he's saying that this is a pattern. We saw this with the arena deal. Right. Whether you supported or you don't this one hundred fifty million taxpayer dollars and the city basically came out a less than a week before they intended to vote on it and said, oh, here's the deal. Now, you gotta pass it. They came out less than forty eight hours with a tax on all the medical marijuana. Dispensaries in town that would have been a quivalent to about one third of their total revenues, and they came out with that tax forty eight hours before they intended to vote on it. And so we keep seeing over and over these last minute surprise packages from the city. It's coming from city staff. They are completely out of control. It is irresponsible. What they are doing is beyond your possible. It is absolutely vile. The op-ed pieces called Phoenix out of control. It was pinned to buy a Phoenix city councilman Sal desist. Yo we have Sam stone the chief of staff indecent. During breaking this whole thing down a Sam what can the tax payers do to respond to this latest revelation? You know, what they need to do? You know on a big issue James, I think this is going to surprise people. But not a big issue. Our office might get a half a dozen phone calls. If you wanna scare the ever loving daylights outta your city council member have fifty different people. Call in to them on this stuff and get fifty your friends who are out there bouncing over potholes tearing their cars apart. So that we can have one percent of our population riding the train has them. Call their councilmember whoever. That is wherever they are called the mayor, call all the council members and say cut this out. Look, we don't support this. You citizens need to take this back. They need to stand up make their voices heard these city manager Ed Zucker, give him permission to what attorney to sue the good people of Phoenix. Sam stone breaking it down for us at five thirty five. We're going to talk about Nancy Pelosi. A lot of reaction to her being sworn into speaker of the house once again, it's a two for..

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