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Fresh "Fulton" from Von Haessler Doctrine
"Truck Fire Cleanup continues to have all lane shut down. 85 South Bandit Camp Creek Parkway. Exit 72 pleas of always I have more in minutes on Veronica Harrold, 95.5 WSB. Thank you, Veronica. 76 degrees right now on Peachtree Street Hot this afternoon, looking for a higher around 90. And what about rain chances today today only about a three and 10 chance that any given spot and no bigger than that right on through a tree least Thursday, and WSB meteorologist Cork Militia of Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast coming up. Tropical storm the CIA's is racing up the East coast after making landfall is a hurricane in North Carolina. At least one person was killed The storm currently approaching the southern Chesapeake Bay and is causing a lot of flooding, this woman who lives in great mills, Maryland as a river in her backyard, watching the water rise and the good news is is the storm is moving very quickly. The top local news every 30 minutes. And when it breaks 95.5 WSB depend on its good news this morning, one of Georgia's largest employers bringing 1000 jobs to Metro Atlanta Home Depot is opening three new warehousing facilities into cab Fulton and Henry counties. It's part of the company's investment to expand same day and next day delivery options. 90% of the country. George is a hub for Home Depot southeast supply chain operations..
Fresh "Fulton" from Atlanta's Morning News
"Some of the worst, Karen Watts has ever seen almost all the gangways on all the docks in here. Are twisted and you just can't get on or off of them, She tells Channel two action news. The winds and the rains kick up really bad yesterday afternoon, tossing the boats around their slips and damaging them, too. And I would say Maybe 40 50 boats have some kind of damage. The National Weather Service says it's probably was not a tornado, but straight line winds that caused all that. Damage Reporting live. Michelle right, 95.5 WSB Heavy rains in metro Atlanta Monday afternoon flood to major highways. Georgia 400 South bound turns into a muddy mess near the construction project at 2 85 letting also shut down to 85 westbound Ashford Dunwoody Road for about an hour storms that rolled through north to cabin Fulton County's dumped several inches of A New York City is now preparing for the tropical storm heading up the East Coast, not taking any chances at all. And for everyone who lived through Hurricane Sandy, you will remember that we got a lot more than we bargained for. Mayor Bill de Blasio says. They're anticipating heavy winds and the possibility of flooding. The storm made landfall near Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina as a hurricane overnight but has been downgraded to a tropical storm moving inland. Some flooding and damage is reported along the coast of North and South Carolina. Dr. Anthony Fauci says the U. S needs to get the daily Corona virus case. Count down to 10,000 or less by September, he says. That's where the country needs to be.
Fresh "Fulton" from Memphis Morning News
"World Health Organization's position on this whole virus ever being taken care of? After we check traffic and weather together? Here's Captain Carl getting behind the wheel and on the road this morning, Ralph to a good start around. Trust Bill. Highway 11. Moving Okay, as one was right on 59. South bound If you're traveling on I 20 a good ride from Leeds in Torrance Iron Dale. 4 59 Movement Okay, as well as highway to 80 Chelsea with Red Mountain Expressway getting started around garden Dale Fulton tell how we 31 Looking good there as well as your ride on the interstate. So far, no problems on Pensive Valley Parkway. Traffic updates every 10 minutes. All morning long. Your next report at 6 20 on NewsRadio, 1055 w. E R c. The Daily site. Geist is a podcast from the world's smartest and funniest comics and writers that gets.
Fresh "Fulton" from News, Traffic and Weather
"Homes of Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan, King County executive Doubt Constantine and several City Council members. Coma news Time 7 30 for Cuomo traffic every 10 minutes on a force whose Tama Fulton In Seattle. We have a new stall it in the door found five express lanes just before 5 20 It's taking up the right lanes. You want to see to the left again by also in Seattle and new medical emergency on Rainier happenings shelf. Just north of South Edmund Street. That's causing a bit of a slowdown. As there are emergency crews on the scene and in the South Hill neighborhood once for a crash on South bound Highway 1 61 at Sunrise Boulevard. It's blocking the right lane. It's evolving a semi and so that's causing a bit of a distraction. This report is sponsored by rocket mortgage, get personalized loan options, closing costs and tax estimates. All in realty time when you need your mortgage to fit your family and your budget rocket can rocket mortgage our next couple traffic at 7 44 Shannon O'Donnell has your co Moh forecast Monday night here in Western Washington going from sunny to story and then eventually to pretty murky in the morning. The Marine push is going to make it come back. We'll start with some early clouds and drizzle.
Fresh "Fulton" from Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe
"Any change to the states. Pandemic Response. Jeff Pooja, Wait. Comeau News. Come on news times 6 30 for Tama Fulton joins us this evening with a check on our traffic. Good evening, Tama. Good evening. We still are watching this crash into comets. But there for quite some time shall pound five at the exit the Highway 16. It's now finally been cleared, and there is still a residual delay now from Highway 1 67 In Parkland. We're watching some slowing due to construction on eastbound Highway 5 12 near Pacific Avenue That's causing an eastbound back up from Hainsworth Avenue Shelf. And in the West Seattle neighborhood of Del Ridge. We have a downed wire on the roadway between Southwest Alaska Street and Southwest Genesee Street. There are utility crews there on the scene if you want to use caution through that area. This report is sponsored by stable stores. Staples helps her business. I'm gonna end that one..
2 judges in lawsuit over Atlanta mask rule recuse themselves
"Has now Rick used in the camp versus bottom. State versus Atlanta dispute. Emergency hearing today, canceled after Fulton County Judge Kelly Ellery first stepped down, having discussed the case with an appellate judge and notifying both parties of such a second judge assigned has also had to do the same. Jed Sean McGrew once worked for Governor, Brian Kemp and is under consideration for a judicial appointment. The suit was brought by camp in Fulton Superior Court. After Atlanta Mark Mark Excellence, Excellence, Excellence, Bottoms Bottoms Bottoms ordered ordered ordered the the the city city city back back back to to to phase phase phase one one one of of of its its its reopening reopening reopening plan plan plan and and and mandated mandated mandated face face face coverings. coverings. coverings. Kim's Kim's Kim's orders orders orders has has has no no no local local local rules rules rules Khun Khun Khun B, B, B, more more more or or or less less less restrictive restrictive restrictive than than than him. him. him. Is Is Is Sandra Parish,
As Coronavirus Cases Increase, Some Metro Atlanta School Districts Plan To Start The Year Remotely
"In place more school districts, opting to return virtually only for the first day of class next month. It's now a remote start for all students in both the Children and Cobb County School system. We're starting so We're starting in virtually, but we're still starting school Cop Superintendent Chris Ragsdale says the greatest challenges going 100 per cent Virtual. Meanwhile, Fulton Superintendent Dr Mike Loony says he's sorry for the inconvenience This is causing parents. I apologize in advance for the confusion and heartache and headache is causes. The Marietta School board will vote on a similar all remote
Metro Atlanta districts weigh fall options for schools reopening
"Gwinnett County is the deadline If you live in Gwinnett for picking if you're going to do in person or digital instruction that's today. Have you decided yet? Are you going to send your child or they going to do an online schooling platform? The city of Atlanta, just announcing changing kind of They have been kind of going back and forth and saying You could do it in any number of options City of Atlanta coming out and saying it looks like they're going to open With an all virtual situation. Fulton County School begins on the 17th students are strongly encouraged to wear masks They don't have to. Where is England that everyone students, faculty employees has to wear a mask, so there's changes counted. The county's Fulton is doing the same thing where the saying a virtual option is offered currently And you have five more days to enrol. If you live in Fulton County's Ifyou're in Gwinnett County, you have to have chosen by today. Are you going to do an online schooling for your child's starting in the fall? Are you going to go with some shorts with the in person option? Putin. You have five more days. Atlanta saying it's going to be online. Cobb is similar to Gwinnett, saying it to choose in. Person versus digital masks are quote unquote encouraged when that really the one the strongest here and saying you have to wear masks Clayton County Is now was initially going to offer kind of in school option and a virtual option now leaning toward and all virtual environment, so literally county by county. We're seeing very different responses from school boards about what's gonna happen. It's either And virtually every place I can see in the metro Atlanta area. At least it's either Going to be definitely virtual, or you're going to have an in person and a virtual option and again. If you live in Gwinnett County, you have to decide this today.
"fulton" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King
"I'm on here now with Sabrina Fulton Sabrina. You are a hero to me, and to so many people not just for your courage and determination. But, you are fearless advocate. Or the legacy of your son Trayvon for your entire family. But you've also become a spokesperson for victims of gun violence victims of racial injustice. And now you are taking a leap into running for office. They're in Miami Dade County and I WanNa talk with you about that. We are both parents. and. I don't think there's ever a time that I. don't see myself as a parent. But. I know so many people. See you and speak to you. Through, the Lens of you being trayvon's mom. How how does that? Fuel your desire to run for office. But how do you show people that in addition to being trayvon's mother that? You to me now are. One of the nation's foremost experts As reluctant as you may have been to be thrown into this position, you are now an expert on racial injustice and gun violence Tell us your story of how you got to where you are to making the decision to run office. So I I WANNA. Start off by saying. Thank you for having me But I I just always felt like as an average mom. By what do I do I found myself on? You know in an atmosphere that even WANNA be in I. Put Myself You know. I lived ninety five percent of my life peppy, and then I come to this road in. It's like I'm so sad. I'm so depressed feel. Hopeless and helpless as so I had to make a decision within myself, because people would have understood if I just walked away from the table and say okay. My son got killed seventeen by deaths. It for me, you know I don't do anything I. DON'T WANNA I. Don't WanNa Inspire people I don't want to run for office. I don't WanNa. Do Anything I, just want to suffer in silence. We would've all we would have all understood, and and support you through that, and if you ever transition into that, we were still supported. But but I just wasn't used to. It I was used to wear I was and so I told myself like when I looked in. The Mirror wasn't proud I was happy or sad so I told myself that I didn't want to be there and I had to do was to realize that I didn't want to be where I was. I DIDN'T WANNA. Be on the street or depression. I DIDN'T WANNA. Be a street of sadness. Sadness and so once I told myself there in I looked in the mirror I told myself that I was strongest ally became so a lot of times is just a matter of us, knowing the strength that we have with N in just helping other people. I started out by helping other moms that that she is suffered from senseless gun violence as Wale and that Kinda take the edge off of what I was going through this. I started off doing a circle of mother's We it for six years. We only the only time we didn't do it was this year, and that was because of the Cobra virus, but on a Finnish court was my first keynote speaker and so I've had Mexican waters. I've had a drink, Wilson. Around Lisa Nichols I've had all strong women to help us who? The state and the grieving process that we were going through now once I got to that point I had to make a decision about what I wanted to do next and I didn't want to be where I was and I. Know that I could not help my son Trayvon. We're, but there are so many other. trayvon's in this world that I felt like a needed to be an example for my Sanjiv ours as rival to make sure, I was a spokesperson. Spokesperson for Trayvon as so I just continued to move will continue to motivate. Myself just was like okay. What can I do mix? How can I help other people? How can I help? Other young people can I help you know just families in Britain on law enforcement with the community and politicians in in our young people. What can I do next in my? What looked like a politician, which I never thought I would run for office but I found myself. Working for Miami Dade County for twenty years until Trayvon was shot and killed, and did not go back to Miami Dade. County but I came from a product as an employee worked there for twenty four years. Work in five different departments, and some simply going back to an atmosphere to a family that I came from right. My something new politics party is but me. Fighting for residents is not new. Right in in our was trying to explain to my staff yesterday. that. You are a Miami person through and through and. In great part I I don't know. Did you ever meet a cardio? Too? Diallo Ahmadou Diablo's mother. You Know I. Did I did an event with her? On what would have been an Ahmadou fortieth birthday? And one of the things she told me and I thought about you and so many other families that I've worked with and that you've worked with is that? She says so many people view her. Solely through the lens of not just what happened to Ahmadou, but through just this one singular moment that this horrible moment of his murder and what she was trying to explain to me is like Sean not only. Is Ahmadou way bigger than just that one moment of his murder. She said you know her life was so much more than just this one horrible moment. And I was explaining to my staff I was like no. Sabrina is like Miami through and through, but because so many people view you through the lands of Trayvon's murder. They don't know about your history. People outside of Miami don't always know your history and legacy of working so faithfully there in the city of of raising your family of having deep roots there Miami. Tell us some of what you're hoping to do. As an elected official, because I think it's important for people.
Former Atlanta officer in Rayshard Brooks case reportedly refusing to give up evidence
"The former former Atlanta Atlanta police police officer officer who who shot shot Ray Ray Shard Shard Brooks Brooks to death. to death. They They judge judge set set bond bond for for his his release. release. While While his his cases cases panting panting Dianne Dianne Gallagher Gallagher reports. reports. There's There's evidence evidence that the that prosecution the prosecution wants wants of of what what the the evidence evidence the the prosecution prosecution wants wants from from Officer Officer Garrett Garrett Rolf, Rolf, but but he he refuses refuses to give to it give up. it up. They They have have evidence evidence that that at at the scene the scene in the in minutes the minutes after after the shooting the shooting That That the fired the fired officer officer Garrett Garrett rules rules texted texted at at least least four four other other Atlanta Atlanta police police officers officers in in those those minutes minutes after after the shooting, the shooting, and and they want they want to see to see what what those those text text messages messages said, said, But But they they said said that that Rolf Rolf has has not not given given them them the the passcode passcode to to his his phone. phone. Fulton Fulton County County Superior Superior Court Court Judge Judge Jane Jane Barwick Barwick set set a bond a bond of $500,000 of $500,000 for for Ralph, Ralph, who who is is facing facing charges charges including including felony felony murder murder as as demonstrators demonstrators
Ex-Atlanta police officer charged with killing Rayshard Brooks granted $500K bond
"Former Atlanta police officer who shot Ray Shard Brooks to death. They judge set bond for his release. While his cases panting Dianne Gallagher reports. There's evidence that the prosecution wants of what the evidence the prosecution wants from Officer Garrett Rolf, but he refuses to give it up. They have evidence that at the scene in the minutes after the shooting That the fired officer Garrett rules texted at least four other Atlanta police officers in those minutes after the shooting, and they want to see what those text messages said, But they said that Rolf has not given them the passcode to his phone. Fulton County Superior Court Judge Jane Barwick set a bond of $500,000 for Ralph, who is facing charges including felony murder as demonstrators
Prosecutors: Shooting of Rayshard Brooks by former Atlanta officer unjustified
"Atlanta police officer charged with the murder of Rashard Brooks was not justified in shooting him. Clint Rucker with the Fulton County D. A s office made that claim during a virtual bond hearing for Garrett. Raw video shows that Officer Ross didn't have his gun drawn. At At the the time time that that Mr Mr Brooks Brooks Reach Reach back back with with his his arms arms and and pull pull the the Taser Taser that that went went up up into into the the air air The The way way before, before, is is back back to to turn. turn. Don't sound like the character. While defense attorney Bill Thomas claimed Ralph would not skip town because he's a native Georgian Brooks dot on June 12 following a confrontation with police in Atlanta, Wendy's parking lot. His death happened after he grabbed an officer's Taser and try to flee during an attempted, do you arrest Being sworn
Atlanta police officer who murdered Rayshard Brooks granted bail
"Has yet to authorize any action. Judge on Tuesday ruled that the former Atlanta police officer who fatally shots, Ray Shaw, Brooks can be free on bond while he's. Case is pending. Fulton County Superior. Court judge Jane Borwick says a bond of five hundred thousand dollars for Garrett. Who Faces charges including felony murder in the killing of Brooks a twenty seven year, old, black man, the shooting by the white officer happened against the backdrop of demonstrations nationwide over police, brutality and systemic racism after George. Floyd died under Minneapolis. Knee appearing by teleconference lawyers for Ralph argued that he is a native Georgian with strong ties to the community who is not at risk of fleeing or failing to show up for court, and is not a danger to the community. A prosecutor argued that role has committed an unjustified fatal shooting, and was a flight risk, and might intimidate witnesses brooks his wife to mean Camilla made an emotional plea to the judge, asking her not to grant bond for Ralph. I say no to it. She says I say no, because mentally I'm not able to handle it. Police body cameras showed Ralph and another officer, having a calm and respectful conversation with Brooks for more than forty minutes after complaints that Brooks had fallen asleep in his car in a Wendy's drive through lane on June twelve, but when officers told him he had too much to drink to be driving and tried to handcuff. Handcuff Him Brooks resisted. A struggle was caught on dash camera video. Brooks grabbed one of their tasers and fled firing the Taser at Ralph. He ran away. An autopsy found Brooks was shot twice in the back twenty-seven-year-old. Ralph now faces eleven charges in all felony. Murder is punishable by a minimum sentence of life in prison attorneys for the family of Brooks say they were disappointed by the judge's ruling, but said it was just one step in a long quest for justice for Ray Chard. It's imperative that we continue to push for systemic change within our criminal
Fulton County & Atlanta Hawks Partnering to Transform State Farm Arena into Georgia’s Largest-Ever Voting Precinct
"Well today the Fulton County elections board approves State Farm arena as a new voting location the home of the Atlanta Hawks will be open to voters in all Fulton district starting with early voting for the Georgia primary runoffs Fulton County Board of commissioners rob Pitt says the State Farm arena will be the largest voting precincts in the
Atlanta Hawks OK'd to turn arena into huge voting station
"It will will be be the the largest largest voting voting precincts precincts in in the the country country WSB WSB center center Paris Paris live live now now to to tell tell us us where where and and how how come come Sandra Sandra early early voting voting precincts precincts for for the the August August run run off off in in November November general general election election with with that that largest largest being being State State Farm Farm arena arena Fulton Fulton County County commission commission chair chair rob rob pits pits in in the the county's county's board board of elections of elections announced announced a partnership a partnership with with the the hawks hawks this this afternoon afternoon I I am am convinced convinced beyond beyond a shadow a shadow of a of doubt a doubt that that we we were were not not the the worst worst as as it it was was reported reported in in many many quarters quarters on on June June ninth ninth but but we we will will call call from from the the proverbial proverbial worst worst to to first first in in August August and and November November as as a result a result of of this this collaboration collaboration now now in in addition addition marta marta is is reopening reopening its its rail rail station station at at the the arena arena to to make make it easier it easier for for Fulton Fulton County County voters voters to to get get there there any any registered registered voter voter in in the the county county can can vote vote early early there there but but they they must must vote vote in in their their own own precinct precinct on on election election day
Fulton County & Atlanta Hawks Partnering to Transform State Farm Arena into Georgia’s Largest-Ever Voting Precinct
"Will be the largest voting precincts in the country WSB center Paris live now to tell us where and how come Sandra early voting precincts for the August run off in November general election with that largest being State Farm arena Fulton County commission chair rob pits in the county's board of elections announced a partnership with the hawks this afternoon I am convinced beyond a shadow of a doubt that we were not the worst as it was reported in many quarters on June ninth but we will call from the proverbial worst to first in August and November as a result of this collaboration now in addition marta is reopening its rail station at the arena to make it easier for Fulton County voters to get there any registered voter in the county can vote early there but they must vote in their own precinct on election
Atlanta - Fulton County School Board to vote today on school year plan
"With the Fulton County school board scheduled to vote on its back to school planned today this afternoon around three thirty one option is a hybrid model which combines in person at at home learning English at county parents have a choice the school district expected email families today to ask if they want in person learning in the fall or to stick with digital
Woman wanted for setting fire to Atlanta Wendy’s where Rayshard Brooks was killed has been caught
"Fulton County sheriff announcing the capture of the suspected Wendy's arsonist Natalie Weiss the Fulton County sheriff in a tweet saying it happened just moments ago she's being booked in the Fulton County jail right now as the investigation continues we have no word yet where she was caught how or exactly when she's twenty nine years old charged with first degree arson believed to be one of several people responsible for the blaze were the only one who been named in public and had to surveillance photos made public as the search for her continued and it will make its more work later this afternoon including on a possible connection between this woman Natalie white and ray Sharpe Brooks of course you were shot and killed by police officer outside that Windies the night before the restaurant was burned to the ground he's seen referring to a Natalie white three times on the various body cams video one of those times of the three times to explicitly calling her his girlfriend the authorities have made no announcement about what they believe the connection was and exactly what Natalie white may have been doing at the Wendy's a in the first place what connections you might have to any of this might get some more information as I say later on this afternoon hope
Rep. Doug Collins, Atlanta Police Union calls for special prosecutor in Rayshard Brooks case
"And the police union in the police union in Atlanta want a special prosecutor to be named in the race R. Brooks case books were shot and killed by officers at a Wendy's after he fell asleep in the drive thru and then had a confrontation with police Georgia congressman Doug Collins is among those calling for justice it is time for the district earning a Fulton County to step aside and have well the Attorney General to appoint an independent prosecutor you cannot prosecute cases until the investigation is over you don't do it for politics your job is to find justice for everyone in response Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr says their office can appoint another prosecutor if a DA disqualifies himself or herself or court disqualifies
US Rep. Doug Collins and Atlanta Police Union officials call for special prosecutor in Brooks case
"An overwhelming show of support for Atlanta police officers today from their union and some state leaders it follows the arrest of two officers in the shooting death of radar brothers active board your president all reached out to the national and ask for help we were more than happy to come out and help and do whatever we can to stop this attack on law enforcement's champion southeast regional director of the international brotherhood of police at a news conference at APD headquarters you heard it live right here on W. SP he was joined by congressman Doug Collins in calling for the Attorney General to appoint an independent prosecutor in the case against the police officers what happened over the past couple weeks have been all it is time for the disregarding of Fulton County to step aside using the Fulton County DA of rushing the case for political purposes
New York - NJ enters Stage 2 of reopening
"Can visit a loved one in a nursing home in New Jersey starting today as long as you do it outdoors and follow precautions new Jersey's campsites open up in state parks tomorrow with restrictions and tomorrow the city will start to feel a lot more normal than it has in the last three months phase two of re opening kicks and long this block of old Fulton Street in dumbo one lane is closed to traffic so there's plenty of room for outdoor dining but of restaurants here re opened will people come not Errol from barn hill no I'm not ready for that part yet yeah not yet no I'm going to wait until they have better treatments and if to just see where things go as we learn from phase one people don't always follow the rules for covert nineteen many had crowded outside bars that were serving take out drinks the fire from lower Manhattan hoping people do the right thing in this next phase I'm worried about the people who are not protecting themselves and coming out and I wear a mask and just being you know selfish of others governor Cuomo's warned he will roll back the re opening if new Yorkers flout the
John Bolton's Damning Indictment of Trump
"Police reform two Supreme Court rulings to Juneteenth many of the week's biggest stories involved the president of the United States we're starting off with a new book by his former national security adviser John Bolton who did not testify in the impeachment proceedings but who broke his silence this week with his new book coming out next week the room where it happened is his account of working under president Donald Trump in it Bolton warns of the president being taken advantage of by foreign adversaries I think Putin thinks he can plan like a fiddle I think Putin is smart tough I think he sees that he's not faced with a serious adversary here I don't think he's worried about Donald Trump he claims the president's only focus was winning again in twenty twenty I think he was so focused on the reelection that longer term considerations fell by the wayside describing his presidency in terms of obstruction of justice as a way of life John Bolton said Donald Trump simply isn't up to the job the president may well be a superb deal maker when it comes to Manhattan real estate dealing with arms limitation treaties on strategic weapons dealing in many many other international security issues are things far removed from his life experience Fulton disputes the book contains classified information but top Intel officials warn it could cause grave damage to national security both gave his first interview to ABC chief foreign correspondent Martha Raddatz it's airing at nine o'clock Sunday night this week I talked to Martha about her interview the significance of Bolton's accounts and what it all might mean for the country this book there is so much in it for everything from president trump is a radical irrational foolish stunningly uninformed was there any one thing that stood out in this beside some of those comments the book is just briefly job drop paying page after page and the interview is as well John Bolton says this is just a book of facts what happened during his seventeen months in the White House I think it's so important to remember he is the highest ranking official who's written such a comprehensive book like this while a president is still in office he told us he concluded from all that he saw that the president isn't fit for the office of president I don't think he has the confidence to carry out the job there really isn't any guiding principle that I was able to discern other than what's good for Donald trump's re election was very firm about that and that is an extraordinary statement for someone to make about a sitting president yeah I'm structure of justice as a way of life expelled on them he talks a lot about what happened during the Ukraine back and forth John Bolton of course as you remember did not testify during the impeachment hearings and he's been heavily criticized for that but he says he thinks that the hearing should have been expanded they should have looked at other things that the president has done with foreign leaders if he does not say that they are are impeachable but he says it's possible their peach bowl and he's talking about relationships with with China with other foreign leaders with Turkey and he says some of these foreign leaders cannot wait to get in a room alone with president trump without aids without Bolton so they could make a better deal for themselves what does that mean as somebody who has covered global affairs for such a long time as you have looking forward for even just the next few months of this presidency or possibly the next four years if the president is reelected all when it comes to foreign policy in American security one of the things the president said is that parts of this book are classified and that they could harm national security and when you ask John Bolton about that I mean he clearly says a lot about what was said inside the rooms with these foreign leaders because John Bolton was there trump says he's a liar but whatever those stories are out there and I said look doesn't that harm national security that John Bolton is writing about foreign leaders and he said look it's not anything those foreign leaders don't know I think what John Bolton says about the president not being prepared for these meetings those are alarming statements I am I'm sick of my own preparation for that was that for the Singapore summit in the Hanoi summit and and you really want to read up on those things and you know John Bolton saying the president did not and wasn't prepared for them but foreign policy in the country Bolton will say it's been harmed if there is another four years it could be harmed further according to Bolton what's the overall reason for this book do you think I can only tell you what John Bolton says and he said he wanted to get just the facts out of what he saw that he thought they were important to get out that he thought it was important for people to hear what the president said and John Bolton clearly is concerned about the presidency and about the future I think that is why he wrote this book it is almost six hundred pages all I can say is that John Bolton insists he did not write this to settle scores he says he wrote it to let the American people know what goes on in the White House with president trump
Ex-officer charged in Rayshard Brooks shooting waives first appearance in court
"There former Atlanta police officer Garibaldi had his first night in jail he's being charged with eleven counts including felony murder in the shooting death of race shard Brooks he waived his right to his first court appearance which was scheduled for noon today according to Fulton County judge Jeff Fraser way using the R. S. other clients today and apparently they are waiting for their appearance
Fired Atlanta Officer accused of killing Rayshard Brooks is moved from a jail over security concerns
"Ahead of today's court appearance Garrett Ralph is been moved from a prison in Atlanta to a different facility due to security concerns he is the former cop facing felony murder and ten other charges in the fatal shooting of radar Brooks at a Wendy's drive thru Fulton County DA Paul Howard has been facing criticism that he overcharged Ralph he says not so we had an opportunity to speak with three out witnesses we also had a chance to talk with seven other witnesses who were present at the scene of the incident but we also had eight video tapes are out in the tapes are really good quality in fact one witness has been named as a second victim in the case because bullets pierced his car Ralph is being held without bond the other officer Devin Brosnan is charged with aggravated assault for allegedly standing on ri chard Brooks shoulders as he lay
"fulton" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Fulton showed an aptitude for engineering and mechanics at a young age he designed plans for canal systems steam powered vessels and even developed the world's first working submarine the nautilus in seventeen ninety seven while in Paris in eighteen oh one Fulton met the U. S. minister to France Robert Livingston the two men hit it off and formed a professional partnership Fulton and Livingston eventually moved back to the U. S. and develop the north river steamboat which became the world's first successful commercial steamboat after it's eighteen oh seven voyage on the Hudson River from New York to Albany after their triumph in New York Fulton in Livingston turned their attention to the western rivers Fulton oversaw the design and building of the steamboat New Orleans the New Orleans team down the Ohio and Mississippi rivers through poor weather conditions tree snags and even an earthquake to make a successful trip to its namesake city the journey gave birth to the steam boat building industry in Pittsburgh Brownsville and other river towns and by the eighteen thirties western Pennsylvania manufacturers built nearly forty percent of all steamboats in the country Fulton's innovation left quite a legacy as steamboat travel served as a key component of the industrial revolution and cemented Pittsburgh's reputation as the gateway to the west six twenty four KDKA radio ten twenty Larry Richard with Kevin battle obviously the river is a major component of what we do here in Pittsburgh and had great.
"fulton" Discussed on WSB-AM
"In a row all Fulton County schools are closed after teacher tests positive for corona virus this parent tells channel two action news she is not getting much information from the school district don't think they have a plan yet and I think it's time for them to work on a plan because I don't think it's going anywhere no time soon the infected teacher taught at Bear Creek middle school in Fairburn and woodland middle school in east point the district plans to reopen all schools with the exception of those two tomorrow there are now more than thirty coronavirus deaths here in the U. S. there's about one thousand cases in thirty seven states with at least thirty one deaths the hardest hit is Washington where the first patient was announced almost three weeks ago since then about sixteen states have declared emergencies art Mayfield reports Colorado Massachusetts and North Carolina are the latest to declare a state of emergency New York is scrambling to contain a corona virus cluster governor Andrew Cuomo orders a neighborhood in new Rochelle to be kept in containment for two weeks it is a dramatic actions but it is the largest cluster in the country he calls it a matter of life and death there are more than one hundred corona virus patients in new Rochelle after a stock market rally Tuesday futures are headed back down this morning WSP money matters host west mall says the coronavirus selloff coincides with sharply lower oil prices and historically low interest rates that essentially means cheaper gas and much lower borrowing costs are mortgage rates for homeowners this means the potential for over seven hundred billion in savings president trump meets with Wall Street execs this morning Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he's leaving it up to the White House and house Democrats to work at a stimulus package to help the U. S. economy record of the treasures going overseas the speaker of the house vectored version of ball control for the administration and I expect that will speak for us as well he's hopeful they will be able to work out a bipartisan plan W. SP news time is seven thirty five o'clock hour joining Eric Ericsson for coronavirus special report today from a four to six thirty right here on ninety five point five W. S. B. and on the WSP radio half answer your question parlous check weather traffic news WSB meteorologist Kirk Mellish your forecast for today some fog this morning very about clouds and sun this afternoon stray shower this morning stray shower this afternoon high around seventy one low fifty six tomorrow variable cloudiness only a thirty percent chance of an isolated shower thunder shower high seventy three low sixty Friday mostly cloudy a forty percent chance of showers high sixty eight lows fifty two to fifty five recapping the forecast for today but a seven on the mileage meter some fog this morning variable clouds stray shower and a high near seventy two right now fifty six I'm meteorologist Kirk knowledge ninety five point five W. SPI back your morning drive we go triple team traffic smile mark McKay it went through a Cherokee Cobb county on the five seventy five and I. seventy five border camp camp camp in Kennesaw showing a hero unit with trouble in the express lane on the left side of the express lane seventy five southbound at five seventy five that'll hold you over those express lanes that you leave Kennesaw state university try to work your way down the highway five five seventy five stacked up now Holly springs to Woodstock dot hi really solid on our plate paving but pretty close to a clearing highway ninety two product around great carrier traffic center thirty minute run eighty five.
"fulton" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Individuals that reside within Fulton County and you just mentioned substance use so what role can that play in helping these symptoms of depression manifest so what happens is that when people are feeling sad how they're feeling lonely they're having memories of past events that create that sadness in their life their reach for a bottle of alcohol and think that they can start drinkin and it's going to make the problems disappear but when you sober up the problems are still there so a train up how can you overcome or lessen the effects of holiday sadness or depression set realistic expectations that's key recognize what the holidays are truly about is not necessarily going out spending money that you do not have to spend you can put a smile on someone's face just by calling them and saying encouraging words to them trying to surround yourself with positive people that provide you with positive energy and as I said earlier if your spiritual making sure that you remain spiritually connected take a moment for you implementing relaxation techniques deep breathing any type of coping skills that will help you decrease the impact of any depressed over anxiety symptoms which printer foster's here everybody she's with the Fulton County department of behavioral health and developmental disabilities extra.
"fulton" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"To individuals that reside within Fulton County and you just mentioned substance use so what role can that play in helping these symptoms of depression manifest so what happens is that when people are feeling sad how they're feeling lonely they're having memories of past events that create that sadness in your life their reach for a bottle of alcohol and think that they can start drinkin and it's going to make the problems disappear but when you sober up the problems are still there so a train up how can you overcome or lessen the effects of holiday sadness or depression set realistic expectations that's key recognize what the holidays are truly about is not necessarily going out spending money that you do not have to spend you can put a smile on someone's face just by calling them and saying encouraging words to them trying to surround yourself with positive people that provide you with positive energy and as I said earlier if your spiritual making sure that you remain spiritually connected take a moment for you implementing relaxation techniques deep breathing any type of coping skills that will help you decrease the impact of any depressed over Raines IT symptoms which printer foster's here everybody she's with the Fulton County department of.
"fulton" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"To individuals that reside within Fulton County and you just mentioned substance use so what role can that play in helping these symptoms of depression manifest so what happens is that when people are feeling sad how they're feeling lonely they're having memories of past events that create that sadness in their life their reach for a bottle of alcohol and think that they can start drinkin and it's going to make the problems disappear but when you sober up the problems are still there so a trainer how can you overcome or lessen the effects of holiday sadness or depression set realistic expectations that's key recognize what the holidays are truly about is not necessarily going out spending money that you do not have to spend you can put a smile on someone's face just by calling them and saying encouraging words to them trying to surround yourself with positive people that provide you with positive energy and as I said earlier if your spiritual making sure that you remain spiritually connected take a moment for you implementing relaxation techniques deep breathing any type of coping skills that will help you decrease the impact of any depressed over anxiety symptoms which printer foster's here everybody she's with the Fulton County department of behavioral health and.
"fulton" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast
"Our community to get together and talk about all things crypto and sheer stupid MEMES and laugh at Roger Wehr and but key base looks like it does all this not only free but in a way where we can integrate. Some of our characteristics is a quick Rick Crypto community as well like this wallet integrated. There's very secure. Can we talk about key. Basis Lou Bilas Brag on key base. Thank you I would love to and one of the things I WANNA do. I WANNA make sure I don't not other applications occasions think depending people's use cases there's a time in use for everything but a lot of wet by evangelists without cases is when you know there's a better product out there in a more secure Out there you should overcome the nausea to move to it the slack. I have friends that work at slack. It's a great company but the thing thing is your information's not scripted. We see time and time again. How I like to believe that an I want to believe that slack is is treating your information with respect but I have no way of knowing that much like I wanted to believe? The equifax was treating my social security number with respect but we know oh how that turned out. We find time and time again is corporations create these silos of information that are becoming more and more valuable than it's more and more valuable for someone to break into steelhead information and its technology evolves so quickly you can be secure one day and not secure the next in fact the prevalence of Otas out there all of us are probably sitting around. Relatively unsecure is just only defense in depth and cryptography keeping US safe and so the idea the dot automates it. It does a lot of different things that are applicable and helpful to the everyday person so for the very first value proposition. Do I want my conversations accessible by third party and that goes back to the classic. Why did you not afraid of the government reading your messages? Then why worry if they read it. I I think it's a very very false false statement and I think people that listen to your podcast Into this community inherently understand all the things that are wrong with that but a very good way to tie at home. our CEO. Max Actually said that well very recently with the idea of locks and he was speaking to do. The government is trying to weaken crypto or ask for back doors like with what's happened recently in the idea with that when you take could digital idea and translated to something physical suddenly people have a lot closer grasp on on why whatever things happening as bad initiative catastrophe when you asking someone to weaken it read a backdoor in a really good example. Is the house lock. If if your local towns person or mayor her or or government came up to you and said Hey I know you have this lock and key and you feel secure but you need to make not assay key so we can walk in your house whenever we want. Would you not be upset Gabby Bela Bit pissed off. Incredibly or the idea of in your home. I mean this is where on those living in Nineteen eighty-four instead of the government installing. I'm listening devices in your home. We're buying them with with the most recent. If you've seen on on the top of hacker news where Google executives said. You should probably tell people that come to your house. There's a microphone listening in. That's that's obscene. That's that's my. My mind is legitimately blown by how much people traded privacy for convenience since and so he bas- is trying to make that not a trade off. You can have privacy. You can have courtesy. You can use crypto currency amongst you your friends your peers and other businesses in. It's not a really hard thing to do. When bitcoin first came out people are mailing checks in and sending crypto and there was a lot of risk involved? Now incubus I can type plus fifty excellent your username and sent you. Currency it's al-Shueibi coming I. It's there's one of our most recent features in it is it's killing we can we can already. We can't see but on the stellar network work. You can see a lot of transactions are happening because people have stellar. They're exchanging it and it's all tied together so I can go plus tenuous d this this other person and it'll go in and out and so we've seen a huge benefit from partnering closely with Stellar. Justin seeing mainstream crypto adoption adoption. Because before it I'm not going to say it was hard for people that have opted in the biker currency to understand it it's it's not that hard but I'm trying to get your parents to use it or or someone who's not a technology early adopter. It's always been a struggle and now you kind of be blended this idea of chat and storage and identity and all three kind of combined to make a secure platform for users. So looking can down the line. How do you square off against the powers to be that are going to say? Hey we need a back door. Into that crypto people kit kids just have conversations freely around here. Uncle Sam needs to get in on that action. Had you fight back there. It Sam loves getting in on that action. I would say you. And that's that's a hard one right because that's that's not necessarily a technical programme wrap problem. That is a that is invaluable. And there's some in so I I would probably say having an an open source client where you can see in half reproducible bills and look at it yourself go. There's no back door I can look at this not not just. It's not just. Oh Oh I trust key base it is I can look at this in no that. There's not one now that said that it comes to those warrantless or the super-secret I forget the name of it but the super secret warrants where the government just says. You can't tell anyone we're GonNa make you do it. Why why we've developed in the way that we wanted to write is? We wanted to make sure that if they did. Tell us enforced to do something like that. It would be obvious to users. Which is the best most open you can do it and it's a US citizen? I take issue with the whole extra legal thing thing that we've somehow allowed in our current time and date. We sacrificed our privacy for safety. And we have neither privacy nor safety. It definitely stealing that quote but it's incredibly applicable to life right now. It really is the thing that blows my mind is that we're just so were so embattled with new all the time and what I mean is that is like there's something new and flashy like every ten days of deals like and it's like you're just so super saturated with stuff whether it be information or actual physical things or events that there's really yeah no time to slow down and think about the suck that were creating enact kind like like you mentioned like the the the The convenience dance right. I think about the stuff like the shit that I ask. Siri is stuff that would take me five seconds to do like. Hey Siri start a timer and it's like well who. I talked into my watch to do that. I literally could just push the button on my watch to do that like it doesn't I don't need an assistant for that and then I got my parents in Alexa like four years ago. Three or four years ago in all they do is ask play motown music and I'm like well it. What's the point of having this invasive? Microphone in their house. When all they're asking you to do is play motown music or the weather when they have a thermostat like like on the wall? So it's like wow. We just invited this invasion of privacy into our lies for the sake of it being bright and shiny but but it really. I bet you people down to people aren't using these things for a lot Kinda dumb I series series like I got no clue at Google that let me tell you what I found. So it's just it's amazing that the we just keep letting that go on without I agree with Now we're trying to win when it's so darn convenient right like when it first comes out you you think that's awesome. I can just tell the tire with voice and it is awesome or the idea of cellphones. The idea of the this fantastically powerful computer we carry around with us is amazing but it was. I would say kind of the these technologies as they came out. They came out in one on companies. Power right we have these guards of technology between Google and Amazon and Apple. And what I what. I love the existing getting time that we live in right now is there's now effectively power to the people in technology cryptography. We no longer have twitter. We've got master. Did Not we no longer have inequality alternative. I should know because before right if you if you want to not have google or apple cell phone. Really really subjugating yourself to a mediocre phone probably. I've heard good things about the window. Found that that maybe further ten stack right even though they discontinued that. But but now we've got projects like the Lebron Zone. The Pine Pine File. I'm very excited about where I can have a phone. That is more open source course. That respects my privacy than I can install base on and feel comfortable in knowing that I could audit the software that I could look. Look at what's going on and see if information's being abused the same at the same for the Voice Assistance Open Source Boyce assistance since I don't know if they're there yet it's been a while since I've checked in on it but they're catching up with the quality of of what's out there commercially in so it's something. It's a convenience that I'd like even if it's just as dom Tom to say hey siri play fart sound but I want I want through my server and I want to have control over minds. He in essence in my records in my information Asian. Because it's mine at the end of the day. facebook and Google has been coppin profits off my information at the very least I should get a cut or say now I agree like what is it. Possession is nine tenths of the law. Whatever that stupid thing is I feel like my head I just got robbed robbed away from me like and I I know I gave it away through terms and conditions but still like come on? Now it's Kinda slick. I think that South Park episode where they have the Ula right like South Park so good Absolutely south park is kind out of genius As the years go on well I guess I'd ask just two more quick questions. I hate to cut it short because man. This is right up I know I'd like to have you back if you could speak with cory because this is like his life's passion right now is providing a platform for communities to grow and build without you know unwanted people listening in on that growth in that communication. So it'd be good to have you back but I guess two questions. What cryptos work in key base like currently in that after that in ten words or less you described? bitcoin look ripta recruiter. So the first one right now it is. We've got a very good stellar wallet. And what's very useful about that. As has all. The cryptocurrencies have a lot of different value. Propositions that the each individual brain and one of the big things that stellar brings to the table. Is this fluidity between different. Currencies with their tethers and so in my stiller while I can also hold. US dollar tethers or Chinese. Remedied tethers. And so I'm not what weatherly issues I had with. bitcoin is it's not necessarily EVALU- store because it fluctuates may be more..
"fulton" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Involving the Fulton Street station in lower Manhattan evacuated because of too suspicious packages and it is affecting subway service this morning and certainly someone who would know all about this getting the latest on the information is coming in as a governor Andrew Cuomo joins us live governor thank you for your time can you tell us what you heard about what's going on a full the street this morning yes thank you for having me the MTA discovered who would look like pressure cookers the bomb squad is looked at it and they don't believe at this point that there were it was an actual bomb device there were no wires it cetera but the suspicion is that they will place there too suggest that they were electronic devices and possible bombs the station was evacuated the trains are running through the station but the station itself with Fulton was evacuated so the bomb squad could do their work this is not the first time this is happening if you recall we have had similar type devices round also which were not wired but which were very suspicious looking the governor Cuomo so this would fit into what has been our standard definition of terrorism if that's indeed what this is and you are looking to expand the definition of terrorism to include mass shooters tell us about that yes what what's happening is terrorism is involving on us we really have a two front war on terrorism now our laws in New York were written after nine eleven for terrorism as we knew it at that time which was a foreign based or foreign inspired terrorism Americans radicalized by a far far an ideology or a foreign entity trying to do damage here in the United States and that was the classic definition of terrorism what we've seen over the past few years or is I hate crime mass murder attempts we have Americans were radicalized but not by a foreign entity they're radicalized by hate and they're trying to hurt people kill people large numbers of people based on their race their ethnicity their religion the synagogue bombing el Paso was anti Latino there were shootings against LGBTQ people enticed America tax in New York state are up eighty percent believe it or not even in New York that's a different form of terrorism and I consider it terrorism people who try to commit mass murders based on race color religion sex etcetera white supremacists white nationalists they are terrorists right and they should be treated as such well let me try and give voice though to what people are saying about this idea is it really important to focus on motivation and try and set this group of part of a person is planning are involved in this kind of stuff punish them with the laws as they exist right now because they are guilty of certain Clark crimes and there are already laws on the books to address these kinds of things well there's a hate crimes hate crime law if you tried to kill a person because they are Jewish or because they are gay that is a violation we call a hate crime in New York what this says is if you try to kill a large number of gay people Jewish people are are in American people a mass murder on that basis that should be a higher penalty in essence because it is a form of terrorism and I think that's common sense if you try to kill a large number of people because they are of a certain religion or race or sexual orientation that's a more serious crime van a situation involving one individual governor comma before your run I'm sure you're seeing a lot of people are paying attention to the fact that the DOT is changing some of the signs that the merry O. M. Cuomo bridge.
"fulton" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Robert Fulton revolutionized river commerce by developing the first commercial steamboat to successfully navigate the western rivers after launching his invention from Pittsburgh in eighteen eleven born in seventeen sixty five to Irish emigrants about sixty miles west of Philadelphia. The self educated Fulton showed an aptitude for engineering and mechanics at a young age. He designed plans for canal systems steam, powered vessels and even developed the world's first working submarine. The Nautilus in seventeen ninety seven while in Paris in eighteen o one Fulton met the US minister to France. Robert Livingston, the two men hit it off and formed a professional partnership Fulton and Livingston eventually move back to the US and develop the north river steamers. Vote which became the world's first successful commercial steamboat after its eighteen o seven voyage on the Hudson river from New York to Albany after their triumph in New York, Fulton and Livingston turned their attention to the western rivers Fulton oversaw the design and building of the steamboat New Orleans. The New Orleans team down the Ohio and Mississippi rivers true. Poor weather conditions, tree snags and even an earthquake to make a successful trip to its namesake city, the journey gave birth to the steamboat building industry in Pittsburgh, Brownsville and other river towns and by the eighteen thirties, western Pennsylvania manufacturers built nearly forty percent of all steamboats in the country. Fulton's innovation left quite a legacy as steamboat travel served as a key component of the industrial revolution and cemented Pittsburgh's reputation as the gateway to the west. When I had my brother, take me places. It was always like we have to get.
"fulton" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"To the point that, I lose hope. Right. Yeah. Right. And I don't want these young people to lose hope either. I want them to know that a better world is possible that you can become a deputy sheriff s right and not have to interact with one on the other side of the ball that they're hiring. Now, we are looking for good men and women. Yes, I had. No, I years ago. I wanted to be a deputy sheriff, I applied and everything. They they didn't want me back. They would say, no. They got all the KC good. They probably let me up in there. But. Probably won't be there. But I am you let them know we need to sit up my Lai broadcast from inside the Fulton County jail. I think we're going to do that talk to the people working there and talk through some of the young people that some of the older ones who there as well. I mean, obviously because you also the people understand you all the holding place before you get transferred out to state prison. But you also have those crimes that are committed in Fulton County that can be adjudicated of people waiting to see a judge or you have been found guilty of some minor offence. You can serve your time twelve months or less, twelve months or less. You can stay at Fulton County. And so we won't you know, we're going to get out there and take a look at it. But we got a couple of minutes left remind everybody again where they need to be tomorrow morning. And what time they need to be there?.
"fulton" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Arrested and did you enjoy under Georgia law? You're not required to have an attorney at that hearing in south Fulton, we do it better because we have our, I have empowered our city public defender to speak to everyone who's been incarcerated prior to their first appearance hearing and represent them at no charge. Should they what that for their first appearance hearing Abic that's incredible to not be able to have someone explain to you your legal rights and explain to you the process and what's going on right from the onset, I think, is important. And so we do that differently here to additionally, you know, you're only required to have those hearings. As I said, every forty eight to seventy two hours depending upon how the manner of the arrest here we do it every twenty four hours except for on Sundays so that our goal is is to allow people to get out of jail as quick as possible. Want to say thank you to Ashley. CNBC for coordinating all of this for me here in, the city, of south. Fulton Tila Don black Jones to Ramona Howard to, carry Stevens, to the chief of police the interim chief Sheila Rogers, we wanna say thank you to each and every one of you to public defender Vivica Fabra Powell I know that you couldn't be with us but the love is felt Lakisha coalfield court administrator of the honorable Tiffany Carter sailors court clerk Tiffany kipnes. Low ladies thank you so very much My pleasure on location from the city of, south Fulton thanks for listening I'm Maria Burlington thanks for listening to close..
"fulton" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Catchphrases we need to crawl? Before we, walk, is that what he. Said, last night right and in, in regards to, the? Union city and speaking about the? Mayor, he even said, to us last night as you know, many of us, gathered at the city council meeting in this ongoing fight they, were having with union city with regards to irresponsible, economic development, in the form of warehouses. And people's backyards and he. Says well you know we had to have economic development so you can get your, tax reform no sir one, is not dependent upon the other let me ask you this because the city of, south Fulton they have the exemption they do. Okay and the city of south Fulton, I've been at those meetings they are very selective about what they allowed to go up as as an. Industry How can, they do it and the city there's more established say. They can't that's the. Question of the hour. And that's what I've been trying to, figure out because the shock to me was not. Just that you know you have cities? Like. Alfa Reta in sandy springs doing some of these things but then when, you look at our newest city they actually came to, the table to their with their residents and said you know right off. The cuff here's your thirty thousand dollars exemption then you have to ask why can't we do that in union. City and that's, where, the rub, comes in and I think one of the reasons why it hasn't happened? Is, because. Quite frankly residents are not holding these. Elected officials accountable I think that's the difference because in the city of south Ford in their. Meetings. Packed out people are generally on, the same page as far. As community is concerned they may fighting industry here and there but they are consolidated Right and we are, working towards that now. And that's one of the reasons why we form the south Fulton Parkway concerned, citizens coalition and its? Name south Fulton Parkway intentionally because it's not for? One city opportunity for residents in. All municipalities in southern Fulton County. To come together to work on common issues because even though I don't live in union city my, neighbors are, the ones who have this Coca Cola warehouse in their backyard so it affects. Me and when they're doing the construction at this, particular site when they're blasting when they're burning when the air is filled, with smoke, and soot pollution Dan. Care about a municipal boundary and. Add affects me and so, I'm a stakeholder and Zahn telling folks my? Neighbors insidious Al Fulton let's ban with. Our neighbors in union city let's get with our neighbors and Fairburn let's talk to, our elected officials let's hold them accountable and. Let's get these winds and the repercussions if we don't get these winds is on, election day, there it is okay ladies if people. Are listening right now and they, were lied to connect with you how, could they do so For union city residents as well as county residents you can Email us we are full county tax reform, at g mail dot com once again Fulton County tax reform at g mail..
"fulton" Discussed on WSB-AM
"In fulton county go to their mailboxes they might be surprised by the assessment inside and county leaders say there's nothing they can do about it like many fulton homeowners marcus wilson got sticker shock at his property tax assessment last year well it went up and it seems like it's it's on the docket to go up again he's right at a meeting thursday fulton counties board of assessors learned across the county residential assessments will be up nearly twenty nine percent this year over last nearly one third of city of atlanta homeowners will see assessment spike more than fifty percent over last year what's the goal i mean is it the price people out of their property is huge but you know we're making up for ten years of of board members and staff it just didn't do their job assessors board member rj morris says the county is just following the law he recommends calling lawmakers to affect change and if your sales in your neighborhood go up one hundred percent then we have no choice but to go in there and raise your values accordingly that's what our job is and i'm sorry but i'm gonna use a blunt word your stupid if you don't understand that north fulton lawmakers passed legislation last session capping increases to three percents starting in two thousand nine morris says a similar cap past for atlanta city bills but not i land of public schools if you live in the city of atlanta then you're still going to see unlimited increases and if you don't like it if you live in the city of atlanta i'm sorry move aps superintendent recur star takes exception with that she says the district is doing its part she says if a referendum passes next november there will be relief for homeowners in the city of atlanta she says that could cost the district about seventy five million dollars in revenue over three years this year's tax has been go out this year's excess must go out the next few weeks as you've got that off that's the tough love there isn't it.
"fulton" Discussed on WINS 1010
"E khial fulton thirty double cheeseburgers fulton became upset when his order was refused police say he destroyed a banner and then attack the arches police say also grabbed a person's shirt he was arrested on suspicion of second degree disorderly conduct as well as some other charges atop hollywood executive and current president of the academy of motion picture arts and sciences is pushing back after he's been accused of sexual misconduct and a memo sent to the staff at the academy of motion picture arts and sciences president john bailey says it is not true that he tried to inappropriately touch a woman on a movie set a decade ago and bailey adds that media reports linking him to misconduct are false bailey veteran cinematographer whose led the academy only since last august says he expects to be exonerated the academy at cell phone acknowledged that any investigation is going on saying it keeps complaints confidential to protect everyone involved i'm anne cates fairly said the claims serve only to tarnish his fifty year career as a cinematographer the academy will not comment and bailey is still in his position at the academy forty five degrees going down to thirty two with fair skies and some snow possible overnight wins news time eight fifty one from the ram trucks traffic center here's rebecca zeros starting off on the major deegan still dealing with that crash right by the third avenue bridge with the lays back towards one hundred and forty ninth street east on the cross bronx expressway stop and go from castle hill avenue heading towards webster avenue with a crash approaching webster and then eastbound that slammed from the george towards third avenue accident on the way in queens westbound approaching the clearview expressway the right lane is blocked you've got delays back towards the cross island and then farther west stop and go on the from the b q heading towards the midtown tunnel and that's all due to construction westbound belt a heavy ride from springfield boulevard towards.
"fulton" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Of nowhere to seems really odd to me but okay that's what we've chosen to jail and fine so the city of south fulton is one of the newest cities and they don't really have any let's be honest city of south fulton not really name like part of the county that's the county they were south fulton county now they're city of it's weird so they decided to to cast a pretty wide net and ask for names we want to rename the place everybody's make suggestions and they landed on renaissance georgia and i kinda want it i felt like it would give them like a fresh new lease on life down there and self renaissance georgia has a good ring to it i thought but apparently was alone in that because a lot of people hated the name the people that live there in particular hated the name renaissance georgia some of the complaints about the name were that it was too hard to spell that was actually a complaint clung yeah seriously like chatahoochee is hard to spell we live with it you know what i'm saying it's not that hard just like a couple of glasses and a i in there you get in any case that was one of the but also they felt like it didn't reflect the community and blah blah blah so under a lot of pressure i believe to do so the governor i'm sorry not the governor the mayor of the city of south fulton the city that has vetoed renaissance as the name too much applause people one hundred people that came out to protest we're very happy and then the reason i bring this up is because this is one of those new story this happens all the time in the news cycle that was the big story he vetoed renaissance but now the city council who originally put renaissance up for the vote and passed it had the they can over they can override a veto if they want to well they have the opportunity to do that earlier this week and they chose not to do it and that part of the story got reported like in one tiny little place like most of the nea's who covered renaissance in the.
"fulton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And the other was from baton rouge louisiana he's three young black men i had families they had wives they hid children and i never heard anything for from black lives matter are the commonality was that these two young black men these courageous black men were defending their communities as police officers philadelphia fulton county in in georgia and baton rouge louisiana there was no no concern towards them because even though they were black they wore the police uniform and the hatred for police in this country it's it's a disease and it's a serious disease and we need to just as we have learned to to thank service personnel for what they have done for us in sometimes far away battlefields we need also thanked police officers what they do for us every day of the week you know every day at a point after by hitler nicole out and i i'm tom thank you well for example i believe last year and i don't have the numbers in front of me there were about one hundred police officers killed in the line of duty this nutjob librarian writes that somehow nurses and came garbage men a garbage collectors that that they are their jobs suggest is dangerous well i will god no no he no he was excellent i think we you give garb you give garbage collectors the respect nurses i love neurosis but and and nurses sometimes have been hurt in their injured job but there on the danger that they face or could face on any given day pales in comparison with few exceptions for what police officers could face an angry after all doing critical critical jobs for the community hey john away pass my break i'm sure way thanks janet what what what it wasn't like i guess did you like it and calling it an olympic era of what a get along with that well this points of alas who were a dozen i don't want to lose you from boston sean okay thank you very much i can't later that you're much 6172544400 thirty triple eight 99 1030 busy box office open it up first time tonight yes.
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"And so the phone county commission led by chairman john eaves who by the way is running for mayor and the city of atlanta i have called into question not only the assessments but the credibility of the board loyd that actually assesses the property properties for fulton county they have asked the board that makes these assessments to quote immediately rescind those assessments and and and there are actually you know really taken them to task over this well the board the phone county board of assessors has said this was thursday they had a meeting yesterday there like now we're not we're not they didn't say now they said we're not ready to do that yet so apparently they need to spend some more time reviewing what their legal requirements are and all of that but they essentially delayed any decision to rescind until next thursday so they say they're going to meet again next thursday to make this decision at one of the board members from the fulton county board of assessor so remember right now this is sort of fulton county commission versus fulton county board of assessors so why one of the board members from the board of assessors rj mars is already said he's in favor of granting a request to rescind but uh some of the others have said no one guy dillon freeze says the issue isn't with the assessments it's what the tax commissioner cities and schools wants to levy in terms of taxes so he says in other words the property values are what they are if if that's gonna caused the taxes de too high you need to look at how much tax is being requested right so he's trying to pass the buck and then as several other of them have made other comments in and around the the the assessments being fair market value and things like that so there defending at to some extent but again for fulton county commissioners not happy not only john eaves beside the others as well let me see if i can find a quote from a l s is one of the other guys who is on the phone county commission at very very unhappy saying it's a blatant disregard for all tax payers it's a crisis eaves they're all thing i hope they come to their senses and changed if you're in fulton.