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"gabrielle kleinman" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:11 min | 4 months ago

"gabrielle kleinman" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Will be no forced isolation so visitors will be on the honor system but the governor and his his his beyond symbolic no you are like the quarantine you will then have to do mandatory quarantine and you'll be fine this state somehow placed will be based on data the infection rate formula will be ten per one hundred thousand on a seven day rolling average or ten percent of the total population positive on a seven day rolling average there are currently nine states covered including Florida governor both he says this is about personal responsibility if you've been in a state that has a high infection rate of do the right thing public service announcements will warn travelers in the town Peter has told WCBS newsradio eighty all runners who'd been looking forward to the twenty six point two miles of the New York City marathon later this year when they have to keep on looking forward to next year hopefully at this year's cancel yesterday because of the pandemic this city has canceled parades Broadway is closed until January so the announcement of the marathon's cancellation was not a surprise race director Jim Himes says they worked with the city to explore all options as much as it stands today we feel really strongly that this was the only decision that we can ultimately make so we were happy they were able to get to this point now rather than getting further down the road late June is when many runners begin to train for the grueling twenty six point two mile course and veteran New York City marathon Gabrielle Kleinman was relieved when you think about you know that fifty thousand runners and just the water stopped everybody sweating and you know it's just that you know you just don't see how it's possible in this environment runners are being given the option of a refund of the race fees they can also run next year's race or choose to defer until twenty twenty two or twenty twenty three Marla diamond WCBS newsradio eight eighteen will give them more people are headed back to work and running errands again since falling coronavirus infection rates.

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New York City Marathon canceled because of coronavirus

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

01:10 min | 4 months ago

New York City Marathon canceled because of coronavirus

"Runners who had been looking forward to the twenty six point two miles of the New York City marathon later on this year who will now have to look forward even further to next year hopefully cancel yesterday because of the pandemic this city has canceled parades Broadway is closed until January so the announcement of the marathon's cancellation was not a surprise race director Jim Himes says they worked with the city to explore all options as much as it stands today we feel really strongly that this was the only decision that we can ultimately make so we were happy they were able to get to this point now rather than getting further down the road late June is when many runners begin to train for the grueling twenty six point two mile course and veteran New York City marathon Gabrielle Kleinman was relieved when you think about you know that fifty thousand runners and just the water stopped everybody sweating and you know it's just that you know you just don't see how it's possible in this environment runners are being given the option of a refund of the race fees they can also run next year's race or choose to defer until twenty twenty two or twenty twenty

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"gabrielle kleinman" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:58 min | 4 months ago

"gabrielle kleinman" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Later on this year we'll have to look for it even further to next year hopefully it was canceled today because of the pandemic this city has canceled parades Broadway is closed until January so the announcement of the marathon's cancellation was not a surprise race director Jim Himes says they worked with the city to explore all options as much as it stands today we feel really strongly that this was the only decision that we can ultimately make so we were happy they were able to get to this point now rather than getting further down the road late June is when many runners begin to train for the grueling twenty six point two mile course and veteran New York City marathon Gabrielle Kleinman was relieved when you think about you know that fifty thousand runners and just the water stopped everybody sweating and you know it's just that you know you just don't see how it's possible in this environment runners are being given the option of a refund of the race fees they can also run next year's race or choose to defer until twenty twenty two or twenty twenty three Marla diamond WCBS newsradio eight eighty given more people are headed back to work and running errands again since falling coronavirus infection rates in New Jersey wow more businesses to go back up well New Jersey transit put out were there trains light rails and buses going back to a full service the money after next July sixth NJ transit is taking this step now before ridership increases to higher levels with businesses and offices coming back online to provide the runway that it needs to properly communicate its social distancing protocols among commuters so they can have trust in NJ transit to safeguard their rides to and from work and New Jersey governor Phil Murphy said today folks in the state will have even more places to take a train or bus to since aquariums libraries museums and some indoor recreation spots like bowling alleys batting cages in arcades are now allowed to reopen next Thursday and at a long island which just went into the third of new York's four phases of re opening businesses today and already looking ahead to face for the malls here on Long Island not only employ a lot of people but the sales tax revenue was huge for Nassau County the county executive Laura Curran tells me not opening up in phase four is not a good thing I had been pushing for laws to be considered phase two actually we're entering phase three today on Long Island retail indoor retail with you know certain restrictions was allowed in phase two two weeks ago so I've been pushing for malls to be part of that since they're short they're stopped their shops there the retail current says as far as gyms in movie theaters she says owners have made detailed plans to help keep their customers safe they clearly want to protect their workers and their employees simply hold the B. C. B. S. news radio eight eighty get the traffic and weather together in a minute it's ten oh seven little.

"gabrielle kleinman" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:33 min | 4 months ago

"gabrielle kleinman" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Road back bus service has been operating on a regular weekday schedule since June eighth governor Murphy also announced museums aquariums shooting ranges bowling alleys boardwalk arcades and libraries can reopen on July second at twenty five percent capacity well the pandemic strikes another a beloved New York events New York City marathon has been cancelled this year W. CBS reporter Marla diamond has the story this city has canceled parades Broadway is closed until January so the announcement of the marathon's cancellation was not a surprise race director Jim Himes says they worked with the city to explore all options as much as it stands today we feel really strongly that this was the only decision that we can ultimately make so we were happy they were able to get to this point now rather than getting further down the road late June is when many runners begin to train for the grueling twenty six point two mile course and veteran New York City marathon Gabrielle Kleinman was relieved when you think about you know that fifty thousand runners and just the water stops everybody sweating and you know it's just that you know you just don't see how it's possible in this environment runners are being given the option of a refund of the race fees they can also run next year's race or choose to defer until twenty twenty two or twenty twenty three Marla diamond WCBS newsradio eight eighty to B. CBS news time three oh six thousands of jobs hang in the balance as New York City tries to deal with a nine billion dollar hole in revenues because of the covert crisis your W. CBS reporter Ridgeland the blows he is warning unless city unions come through with one billion dollars in savings the city will be forced into what he calls a last resort the layoff of twenty two thousand of its workers a number he concedes is staggering this is a really sober situation and it's time for everyone so a look in the eye the billion dollars we would need from labor is the only way that we can close this budget gap the Blasi adding the budget must be voted by next week we are hopeful we can keep finding solutions but if we can't by the time we have to vote this budget by law it was not there then we're going to have to book those layoffs again last resort to say the least but we would have them take effect in the fall with the hope and a prayer that either stimulus money or borrowing capacity of both will come into play that would help us says the mayor put it to just get through rich lam WCBS newsradio eight eighty W..

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"gabrielle kleinman" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:45 min | 4 months ago

"gabrielle kleinman" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Has put its full set of plans for doing so online at NJ transit dot com slash recovery but without a doubt more trains running means that we're getting closer to taking our next steps along the road owed back governor Murphy also announcing museums aquariums shooting ranges bowling alleys boardwalk arcades and libraries can reopen July second at twenty five percent capacity but the pandemic has hit the New York City marathon this year what was supposed to be the fiftieth anniversary of the world's biggest marathon events called off this year here's Marla diamond this city has canceled parades Broadway is closed until January so the announcement of the marathon's cancellation was not a surprise race director Jim Himes says they worked with the city to explore all options as much as it stands today we feel really strongly that this was the only decision that we can ultimately make so we were happy they were able to get to this point now rather than getting further down the road late June is when many runners begin to train for the grueling twenty six point two mile course and veteran New York City marathon Gabrielle Kleinman was relieved when you think about you know that fifty thousand runners and just the water stopped everybody sweating and you know it's just that you know you just don't see how it's possible in this environment runners are being given the option of a refund of the race fees they can also run next year's race or choose to defer until twenty twenty two or twenty twenty three Marla diamond WCBS newsradio eight eighty it's one thirty five in the clock is ticking the city is facing a June thirtieth budget deadline that's less than a week away now is it deals with an estimated loss now of nine billion in revenue because of the pandemic W. CBS reporter Ridgeland with more from the mayor the city is scaling back its budget from ninety five to eighty seven billion dollars what is now in the process of trying to squeeze one of those billions in reductions from its unionized work force the only way we can find that kind of money is by working with labor movement those who represent city workers we need to find savings of billion dollars the mayor adding in or else a last resort would be the thing I don't want to do and none of us should want to see happen taking away the jobs of city workers who we depend on and their families depend on them for their livelihood but we are running out of options here deblasio declared to close a one billion dollar gap would mean laying off twenty two thousand city workers in the fall the mayor also predicted getting back to normal could take three or four years or more rich lam WCBS newsradio eight eight one thirty six at W..

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