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"feeds school district" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"And so he has to clean, and then he in the mind, do the rent is still alive. Now the manager scooped up the RAB dumped it into a garbage bag. The woman says she chose not to order any food, but the silver friends did the manager covered the Bill the restaurant blames the incident on nearby construction project housing costs are through the roof in LA, orange, and San Diego counties. But if you're planning on moving to the inland, empire to find something cheaper better, do it soon as demand grows rental prices in San Bernardino, and riverside counties role. So jumping a report from brokerage firm, Marcus Miller champ shows, they're up three point nine percent of the same time period last year. the average rental for a one bedroom or two bedroom unit around the fifteen hundred per month mark you know the the low income areas kind of in the foothills of the san bernardino county area of waterman and some of these some of these metros were seeing rents jumped from nine fifty per unit to almost twelve fifty thirteen hundred per unit almost overnight you logs for the firm tells k._n._x. rent prices could keep going up and soon reach the same levels as the coastal counties rob archer k._n._x. ten seventy newsradio are you looking for some publicly owned property in los angeles while there's a tool for that now property panel identified close to fourteen thousand properties and l. a. owned by the city county fed school district in metro it does not include details such as which are vacant but city controller wrong alpern says it will help identify unused an empty properties that can be turned into something more useful we have.
"feeds school district" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Into the hospital. She died there after the suspected shooter continued to fire on the police who returned to rescue our tar was in phase training scheduled to shadow in a couple of weeks, which basically means that she was scheduled to go on her own devastated. Tonight. There are no words convey the depth of sadness. We feel the hours long standoff with these suspected shooter, ended early this morning when the man surrendered and was arrested and Lake County sheriff's department has released video of a shooting where a deputy fired his weapon this was earlier this month. And in the end to twenty four year old man was dead in willowbrook. The man was being investigated for felony weapons violation and sitting in the driver's seat of parked car when he was confronted by the two deputies. And they said, put the car in reverse passage aside deputy was struck with the open rear passenger door and pushed into the center of the parking lot as he attempted to maintain his balance to avoid being knocked down and run over at that time, book, deputies fire their service pistols at mister twine in order to stop the vehicle from seriously, injuring the passenger deputy now the man's family has filed a claim and is holding a news conference little later this morning to discuss it. The video if you wanna see it, again, the car sort of, in reverse and the deputies firing. It's on our website, Kennex ten. Seventy dot com. Curious about who owns the public property in Los Angeles weather's tool for that property panel identified close to fourteen thousand properties. And L A owned by the city county fed school district in metro, it does not include details, such as which are vacant but city controller wrong. Alpern says it will help identify unused, an empty properties that can be turned into something more useful. We have so many pressing needs, and so many opportunities that we have.
"feeds school district" Discussed on KTOK
"Single family housing units at a projected completed cost of four hundred sixty minute minutes. Million of, course chip address the fact that it's for the arena to be. Built they want to use tax increment, financing which means Dedicate a portion, of the, tax, to building the arena but I found myself when I was reading for this interview tip to. Be surprised, at what berry Trammell and Steve lack Meyer addressed which was the. Intent correct me this is what I, read that Young people are not finding ways to. Stay in Norman like when I went to oh you it was you went to you, you went to college and then if you could find a job in. Norman or you would stay in the college town because college stands are so hip and happening and that has changed now because a, Norman has not has, grown according. To those gentlemen is that true And that is that is certainly partially true and that's that's a part of of the vision that we want to address what we've. Had, is, is Brinkley it's the success of Oklahoma City maps and twenty years of investment. In in Oklahoma City that has led to the revival of, the, positive district of midtown of, the per se. Oh and others and where it used to be that that you either stayed in Norman, or a lot of kids when when I was getting out of, college in the early nineties when my friends oh you they were heading. To Dallas as quick as, they could, or Denver, Seattle Phoenix now we. See more and more. Of of our graduates from oh you staying in the state which is great but so many of them are moving Oklahoma City and and many. Have jobs in woman but they're living in Oklahoma City and part of what we believe. The entertainment district Kicked, will, create in some of the, new urbanism housing. And the multifamily housing that we envisioned around it is to provide the type of environment, that those people don't feel like they need to move to Oklahoma City don't stay Rather now, which leads me to this, question that the website does address our other college towns having this same realization I mean if you think, of, Lawrence Kansas when I think of Lawrence. Kansas it was acquaint Ivy you know place Columbus Ohio was it's a city but it was more college town or other college towns having to kind of look at this and go well we need to get with. It too And we are seeing that across the country and the number of in-use. Certainly in hell universities are getting students to stay, engaged in sporting events oh. You students, have not been attending. Basketball games like they used. To in the. Past part of that is there have you got spoiled with offender but it's a trend that they see. Across the country and so that's. Part of why Joe Castiglione athletic department sees a need to create more, of an, environment than entertainment before and after games so you. Don't just. Have, to, drive away. Noble get, out of your car walk inside go to the game get back in the car got back home you've. Got something, to do before and after, or, maybe you're just walking across, the, street to the guy, so really, concrete that, football mentality and I mean, by spend the whole day in Norman on game down kinda right and we need to do for the, other, sports that's great yeah yeah that's right And it's it's something going back to the millennial comments that both very Trammell. And and Steve my written on and the transcripts, as well the school district. Dr Nick, arena at the Norman. Public schools is a huge. Fan of this. Because Norman enrollment has been flat the past couple of years and the pipeline of new families moving into. Town and children in the school. Is not growing and it's and it's Frankie and if it weren't person, transfers and, so he sees a development like this not only. Lifting the. Tax, rolls, for them Feeds school district but, those kids in the pipeline and. Allows an opportunity for Norman north Norman high, basketball game to be played in an arena When new students being able to see a really classy will topnotch arena well and Moore's halfway more is booming they can go south for entertainment just as easily as they can go north oil that and that's another thing that's driven MRs, Moore's been..