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New York Residents Left Wondering When Power Will Be Restored

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

01:31 min | Last month

New York Residents Left Wondering When Power Will Be Restored

"Week after tropical Storm It's ideas. More than 70,000 homes and businesses are still without electricity across the tristate con Ed had hoped to have lights back on for just about everyone by late last night. That did not happen. Let's go live to White Plains and WCBS reporter Sean Adams, Shawn. Yes, Governor Cuomo. Responding to this, he says he is as serious as a heart attack. He will pull the plug on Con Ed. He says. Con Ed and P s E G. Long Island have done a lousy job week after the storm, and there are still scattered outages. We do not abide by the concept in New York that anything is too big to fail. Your franchise can be revoked in hard hit. Westchester County executive George Latimer is frustrated thes utilities are licensed by the state of New York. And it is the state of New York that has the authority and the power over them. People say. Well, can't you talk to them and get my lights on? We talked to them all day long. What I can't do is order them. Con Ed says. It's singular purpose is getting everyone back and close to 4000 crews are out there trying to do that right now. Once power is restored to all the state Public Service Commission will investigate. Where the utilities prepared did they have adequate crews at the ready? Did they communicate effectively with struggling customers? The village of Mamaroneck mayor has put out an E mail to residents urging them to file complaints with PSC.

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New York's Northern Westchester Counties Enter Phase 4 Reopening

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

01:36 min | 2 months ago

New York's Northern Westchester Counties Enter Phase 4 Reopening

"And Putnam County's air entering Phase four of their reopening. Today it is the final phase even though some things will remain shut down for the foreseeable future. WCBS reporter shot. Adams is in White Plains and joins us live, Shawn. Yes. So let's break it down. Now. What does this mean phase for? Well, it means low risk arts and entertainment, outdoor and indoor can resume with limited capacity. Film and TV productions can start shooting again. Colleges and universities can reopen. Still, no plan, though for schools in September. The indoor religious gatherings get bumped up to 33% capacity. We can tell you that this malls, movie theaters, Jim's health clubs, amusement parks. They will remain closed and when they reopen that'll be up to Governor Cuomo. Westchester County Executive George Latimer is reminding people when they go out to these things that are reopening, remember be smart masks and distance want people to follow the rules so that they can be healthy. The people around them could be healthy, that we can open our economy that we could do things that will help us get back to something closer to normal, which was striking every day. Now. Health officials are still keeping an eye on this following graduation celebrations. Few dozen Kobe cases sprouted up in Chappaqua. The field night, which was not sponsored by the school district was sponsored by a community group was in fact on event with minimal masks and minimal social distancing Big social event. And it did attract students from other schools. 27 cases linked to Chappaqua, Vladimir says That cluster appears to have leveled off live in White

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"george latimer" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:16 min | 2 months ago

"george latimer" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Minutes from the big stories on WCBS. Good evening, Vicki Alan. Three things to know. At 9 45 won. The City Council is set to pass a new $88 billion budget that includes a $1 billion cut to the NYPD. Two people from eight more states are now being told to quarantine if they come to the tri state That brings the total to 16 states. Among the additions California, Georgia and Tennessee and three the amusement park it right play land will not open this year due to Corona virus concerns. Westchester County executive George Latimer gave the details this afternoon to our Paul Murnane normally would open in mid May, and the governor established a ah, a ban on opening any amusement parks. You know, it takes us at least a month, three weeks to a month to gear up toe open. And unlike amusement parks and Florida and California, we don't operate on a year round basis. We have rather limited season given the weather up in the north, so we normally would close. Att the end What? Labor Day weekend. We've been keeping it open into September, October last year, but we don't think we can realistically social distance. I don't think we can realistically sanitized all the surfaces that little kids would be putting their hands on an amusement park. You know, the dragon coaster, the bumper cars, all the different rides and so forth. And you know it. Realistically, it's something that for the benefit of public health, we need to keep close this year. I happen to live near it. I've been a big advocate for the renovation of the park. We've invested money. To try to make it better. But this year we're not gonna be able open it. You took a look at this, and there was just no way to maybe have every other seat on the ride may be open for a writer and things like that. Well, you know, it's not so much what happens on the rides themselves? You know, if you think of going to church er going into Ah, you know, setting with that feeding, But here, you're talking about large crowds. You could get 1000 people a day people milling about in the midway as you would expect that they're going to the food concession boots. It's not, you know, one single place in a restaurant where you're going to get your food. It's multiple different places. And it really became logistical nightmare to try to figure out how we could handle it. Now. It may be that a year round park can handle it better because they have the expectation that they're gonna open fully sometime in the fall, October November. By then we're out of business, You know, time wise, So we knew that would be better for us to keep the park closed. This year. We have capital improvements to be made, so we'll move up the schedule for that We do have the play Land Boardwalk, which is right outside the park. It's a great place for people to walk and look at the water that's still open. The play Land Beach is open under the restrictions of West attendance, but but the beach itself is open. We have a small little mini mini golf place. That's part of the complex that's still open and at this stage of the game, those elements will be. There's also a Nature preserve on the far side of play land of sanctuary, which will be open as well, but the amusement park just couldn't do it. Westchester County executive George Latimer with our Paul Murnane it's 9 48 WCBS with traffic.

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"george latimer" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:22 min | 2 months ago

"george latimer" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"4.7 New York Country 90 points. You're never more than 15 minutes from the big stories on WCBS. Good afternoon. I'm Lynda Lopez. Three things to know a 5 45 won. The New York City Council is set to start a vote at six PM that slashes On its budget for 2021 of the plants slashes a $1,000,000,000 from the police, redirecting it to things like youth programs. It's expected to pass. To Governor. Cuomo will announce tomorrow whether he's sticking with the plan to let New York City restaurants resume indoor dining on Monday. And three. The amusement park at right Play land will not open this year due to Corona virus concerns. Westchester County Executive George Latimer gave the details this afternoon to our Paul Murnane normally would open in mid May. And the governor established a ah, a ban on opening any amusement parks. We know it takes at least a month, three weeks to a month to gear up toe open and unlike amusement parks, and you know, Florida and California we don't operate on a year round basis. We have rather limited season given the weather up in the north, so we normally would close. Att. The end What Labor Day weekend. We've been keeping it open into September, October last year. We don't think we can realistically social distance. We don't think we can realistically sanitized all the surfaces that little kids would be putting their hands on an amusement park. You know, the dragon coaster, the bumper cars, all the different rides and so forth. And you know it. Realistically, it's something that the benefit of public health we need to keep closed this year. I happen to live near it. I've been a big advocate for the renovation of the park. We've invested money. To try to make it better. But this year, we're not gonna be able to open it. You took a look at this, and there was just no way to maybe have every other seat on the ride may be open for a writer and things like that. Well, you know, it's not so much what happens on the rides themselves? You know, if you think of going to church er going into Ah, you know, setting with that feeding, But here, you're talking about large crowds. You could get 1000 people a day people milling about in the midway as you would expect that they're going to the food concession boots. It's not, you know, one single place in a restaurant where you got to get your food. It's multiple different places. And it really became logistical nightmare to try to figure out how we could handle it. Now. It may be that a year round park can handle it better because they have the expectation that they're gonna open fully sometime in the fall, October November. By then we're out of business, You know, time wise, So we knew that would be better for us to keep the park closed. This year. We have capital improvements to be made, so we'll move up the schedule for that We do have the play Land Boardwalk, which is right outside the park. It's a great place for people to walk and look at the water that's still open. The play Land Beach is open under the restrictions of West Attendance, but but the beach itself is open. We have a small little mini mini golf place. That's part of the complex that's still open and at this stage of the game, those elements will be. There's also a Nature preserve on the far side of play land of sanctuary, which will be open as well, but the amusement park just couldn't do it. That's Westchester County executive George Latimer, speaking with our Palmer name..

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"george latimer" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:35 min | 3 months ago

"george latimer" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Spoke with the Westchester county executive George Latimer on W. CBS this morning you know it's phase three in Westchester in phase two in the city more people are driving back into the city or taking the train back into the city what are you seeing and hearing anecdotally in with your own eyes are people going back to public transit metro north or are they driving down the city well that election law decided increase in ridership but what was it basically cratered about as low as it could be the heart of the contagion so it's not working it's way back up but don't know what this added twelve trains with the the three suburban lines that serve Westchester county for a day so that that's a good sign in the right direction the more the business world of Manhattan and for that matter the box opens up the better it is certainly the Westchester people but there are still reticent to look out mass transit I think people wore dicey about subways that they are about the commuter rail but in general yes I think what people are driving it and does it if you are in a White House situation to work from home you're still going to see a lot of people working yeah you think work from home is here to stay I think it is that not every you know a lot of a career allows for that but the the white collar work that you can do to computer doesn't necessarily require your physical presence at least not five days a week and even though the county government we had to do this I think we have to reduce our workforce we had certainly get a function of the county government budget law binance I. D. planning the girl.

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Westchester County Set To Open Phase 2 Businesses

Midday News

01:14 min | 4 months ago

Westchester County Set To Open Phase 2 Businesses

"With New York in phase one everywhere but New York City some places with Westchester county already you're putting face to on their calendars W. CBS reporter Sean Adams has the story malls and mom and pop shops could welcome back customers June ninth in Westchester county if coronavirus cases continue to decline county executive George Latimer face to open all retail studies a full shopping center would be open it all operate the same way you will be able to walk in and you know sort of cluster around inside the store to be social distancing remarks on the floor as to where you have to stand plus corporate headquarters and office buildings could re open white collar folks joining blue collar workers who just got back to the job this week most of them end of coronavirus is kept in check here's another date June twenty third could see phase three a return of restaurants but Latimer says we have to continue to keep our distance and wear a mask we can have the economy open and become become functional in the way that we wanted to be functional if we know that we're protecting our our fellow commuters on the train or our fellow diners in a restaurant from having spread of the disease in White Plains Sean Adams WCBS newsradio

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"george latimer" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:32 min | 4 months ago

"george latimer" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Westchester county executive George Latimer thanks so much for the time can executive regular pleasure you have a good day now you too take care getting a quick check of the forecast here we're getting a little bit of a break from the rain okay actually a hint of sun right now I can see that across the Hudson over to Jersey city that rain will be back in the next about half hour so I can see a cell making its way down through Yonkers down toward Manhattan we will see a high of sixty seven today the rest of today can be lingering clouds breezy and cool tonight low of fifty two right now sixty nine degrees in Yonkers at sixty one in Norwalk overcast skies and sixty seven here in Hudson square for twenty one at W. C. B. S. well if you're airing out your dirty laundry one company is stepping in to help we got that difference maker story here from Mike Sugerman this is a story that doesn't take a lot of spinning though love spending isn't involved the dirty laundry of the cold economic fallout is that lots of people can't always afford to clean their clothes these days or laundromats are open which would hamper the job of emptying the hamper one companies trying to help resolve let's just give a discount hello regular people to do the service they can't usually afford to do that Sergey Patrick eve co founder of Lee ox cleaners here's what they do in their own words.

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"george latimer" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:20 min | 4 months ago

"george latimer" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Westchester county executive George Latimer joining us thanks so much that is a real pleasure CBS news time five forty eight traffic and weather together on the aids here's some Kaminski it's gonna look in Westchester and Rockland to really not bad as we get our across route two eighty seven up and over the Cuomo Tappan Zee bridge and then into Robin Hood delays on the rest of the freeway getting up towards Spring Valley now we do have delays on the Connecticut turnpike that we see on the northbound side right in the Stanford area eight four nine that's the construction work a little bit farther up now so far so good up for Norwalk we head back over to the Bronson northbound major Deegan we've got the delays from the one thirties up to the construction of the cross Bronx but in the middle ranking for any anti stadium we now have a crash and at least one lane is blocked in New Jersey the big problem now is on the westbound side of route eighty this is an exit fifty eight Patterson overturned vehicle police investigation a couple of lanes are blocked there so at this point route eighty very slow route forty six slow right in the area of route twenty that is in that stretch linking up with route eighty so it's very slow on that stretch of route forty six but otherwise it will be better for you and the northbound side of the garden state parkway still from union right up for one forty five that's the ongoing repair work there and only one lane is getting by I'm Tom Kaminski the W. CBS traffic center traffic and weather together is sponsored by duck duck go and we're enjoying sunshine again in the city very quickly after that rain here's meteorologist Greg Allen that's the kind of day it's been son of them storms then hailed and sun and repeat wash rinse repeat and that's what's happening you're getting a good wash down right now across the north shore of the island and queens upper queens too and it just moved out of the Bronx is the one that was in the city and quite a downpour from little neck to great neck and moving towards Glen cove it's also affecting portions of the NET in the Hutch as well but aides said definitely looks like another one that's going to go along the north shore of the island then there's another cell right now that's also pretty strong and it looks like it has moved a little bit to the east so now rather than mill town it's more towards the Sayreville and south river hand moving towards the south Amboy in Perth Amboy for this evening a shower or thunderstorm in parts of the region then tonight the wind picks up and it gets cold again near forty in the city which is a record thirties.

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"george latimer" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:12 min | 5 months ago

"george latimer" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"National emergency however newly phase guidelines call for maintaining space and not gathering in large crowds for the president speaking with business leaders a couple arm's length is just not the way it should be I think we want to go back to where it was and then when I look at a baseball game I want to see people right next to each other I don't want to see four seats in between every person health experts warn of a resurgence in the fall even as many states have yet to level off case levels amid spring the only sure thing would be a vaccine with the government trying to speed that process along still Mr trump believes this is going in a way this is going away I think we're going to come up with vaccines and but this is going away and when it's done we're going to be doing a lot of things Bob Costantini Washington wins news time two oh seven in that cabin fever New Jersey get out the walking shoes dust off the clubs governor Murphy giving you all the outdoor options this weekend after fielding complaints statewide governor Murphy is allowing state parks and golf courses to re open Saturday morning we're going to open these up but you got to behave in a certain way the governor warns no groups no gatherings how we gonna would force it it's going to be through a variety of different ways it'll be state park police it'll be enforced by the county end of it all goes well governor Murphy promises other baby steps toward re opening New Jersey al Jones ten ten wins news a dozen possible treatments for covert nineteen are being tested now counter drugs have come and gone without real success but another drug is now being touted as a potential game changer correspondents on the S. as more fresh hope in the fight against corona virus the country's top infectious disease doctor Anthony Fauci announcing at the White House early trial results of the drug treatment room does of your shows promise the data shows that run destiny has a clear cut significant positive effect in diminishing the time to recovery the drug originally tested for Ebola now showing in an NIH study it may be effective against covert nineteen not a cure but I help for new coronavirus treatments also on the mind of Westchester county executive George Latimer we.

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"george latimer" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:34 min | 5 months ago

"george latimer" Discussed on 710 WOR

"You mayor said she there you go we're having fun now we don't know tomorrow's Friday show we have George Latimer Westchester county executive seven oh five Ron Kuby a civil rights lawyer at seven forty recline ABC news political director at eight OO five we have Jeffrey Katzenberg about that well known for his tenure as chairman of the Walt Disney Studios is a new media venture he's coming up at the nine twenty and Joe Neumeier R. W. R. movie minute guy will join us at nine forty so that's gonna do it for us for a Thursday coming up next mark Simone welcomes C. N. B. C. contributor Jake Novak and after the news you get a chance to win another thousand Bucks we've got your next chance at ten oh five thanks for listening see you tomorrow everyone video station New York trust stay on top of the latest coronavirus news and information with seven ten W. O. R. voice of New York radio stations it's fifty one degrees at ten o'clock at morning Joe Bartlett made of Lazio since new Yorkers have answered the call he says people are social distancing and it's having an impact it may not be perfect but new Yorkers are doing it an amazing way people really are going out of their way and you see it all the time how to find new and creative ways to live with the reality of social distancing well the death toll continues to increase hospitalizations are slowing on MSNBC governor Murphy is reporting similar progress in New Jersey our numbers the curve on positive test does look like it's beginning then I say beginning to flatten the looks like for a couple of beats behind New York but I want to echo what governor Cuomo said this is no time to sit back and relax we have about as aggressive a set of policy policies in place for social distancing as any American state in fact we type it even further this week more than fifteen hundred people have died in New Jersey and that includes dozens at a veterans home in Paramus at least ten veterans have died from court of iris at this home and according to NorthJersey dot com more than two dozen other deaths at the New Jersey veterans home in Paramus in recent weeks possibly linked to corona virus number of staff members are either out sick with the virus are awaiting test results so army medics from the National Guard and brought in to fill shifts I'm Scott Pringle double your dues Dr Anthony Fauci is another who says social distancing is working he says it's saving lives Dr Anthony found she said on ABC's Good Morning America that it's obviously good news that new projection show the death toll from covert nineteen in the U. S. could be lower than previously thought we've gone from a hundred thousand to two hundred thousand down to about sixty that's the good news doctor found she cautioned that this doesn't mean American should ease up on their social distancing because that could lead to a resurgence of cases Karen Travers ABC news Washington another devastating blow to the economy six point six million people filed unemployment claims last week the measures necessary to control the virus also ground the nation to a halt and put millions out of work ten million had already filed new claims for unemployment benefits in the last two weeks and that was probably an undercount because states have had trouble processing the claims phone lines have been jammed and computer systems went down the unemployment rate is expected to skyrocket to fourteen percent in April as correspondent Aaron Katersky and president trump continuing to plan for the country to re open he says it could happen sooner rather than later resident offering holds some terrible days ahead but we're gonna have some some wonderful days ahead and acknowledging the devastation some people never be able to figure out if they had a loved one if they had a great friend of a friend but we're gonna get it behind us more than fourteen thousand have died in the U. S. Andy field ABC news Washington it's now ten oh three time to check your traffic with Bernie fighter but the S. on the path train there is no service between Hoboken and world trade between New York and world trade they are running but with extensive delays now at the Hudson River crossings all with minor delays he doubled his I. parking rules suspended through April fourteenth but again the meter rules apply please actively in Jersey city closing down for forty on the northbound side between the turnpike and harbor drive and over on the New Jersey turnpike western spur south on its road we're taking out two left lanes between.

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"george latimer" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:30 min | 6 months ago

"george latimer" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Upper West Side of Marla diamond at WCBS newsradio eight eighty Westchester county executive George Latimer a son of parents who were part of the greatest generation wonders out loud if this isn't our chance to be the next greatest generation he tells the story of how he and his sister often talk about their parents we talk a lot about you know what our parents to do what our parents live to they will be calling people they went through the depression World War two and then they would test it they want to things that they would tell us about when I was a kid I don't pay much attention to it or what but both my friends so yeah a okay all right you know you had a tough depression I got both yeah it's up to the war mom stateside dad overseas and now I realize this is our generation's test and the real question is in my my father's son it is my sister my mother's daughter are we strong enough people to face our test the same way they face in that test it came late in life for me at least get my age I'm not that old but I mean I'm I'm sixty five and and and that's the question does this generation of Americans who had a pretty good for seventy five years since the end of World War two can we ramp up and show that we're just like the other generations of Americans that survived crises I think we are they were resilient we got approved the full conversation with the county executive George Latimer entertain shelled is up honor at the latest eighty endep podcast you can look for it wherever you get your podcasts for WCBS eight eighty dot com.

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Westchester County, NY reports over 800 coronavirus cases

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:37 sec | 6 months ago

Westchester County, NY reports over 800 coronavirus cases

"In Westchester county executive George Latimer says the number of cases there of coronavirus is just shy of eight hundred and he expects that number to climb significantly because testing is wrapping up whatever tells WCBS we jumped up another one hundred some odd from yesterday and what that means is that we're seeing now the exponential growth and in cases that's one part of the testing is a more robust almost a week now having a mobile testing site in Grand Island there's a second mobile testing site at Westchester Medical Center which is doing their patients

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"george latimer" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

04:22 min | 6 months ago

"george latimer" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"We've gone through that at the epicenter of the corona virus outbreak in New York Westchester county executive George Latimer says he'd support it if it's done regionally it makes more sense for the governor to make these decisions on a broader basis that is for me to do one thing across the river the my kind of point to something different Craig lifted up our city says shutting everything down all together is too dramatic of a move I don't think you should make everybody stay in their house if they're healthy and they're acting intelligently and with care for others Darius writes yes ten ten wins in Yonkers gonna get reporting its first corona virus death Wednesday man in his eighties who had been living in an assisted living facility in Richfield the state is approaching one hundred confirmed cases now wins news time one forty four and one of the latest blows dealt by the novel coronavirus the New York Stock Exchange says will close its Florence was true electronic trading only come Monday's open responded Rebecca Jarvis as the markets will remain open now a lot of the trading firms that trade on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange have the capabilities of doing all of their business electronically they choose to do their business on the New York Stock Exchange in normal times because it's a person to person contact business but it's not necessary that they do that Rebecca's being nice about it the fact is the trading floor is essentially just a backdrop now for financial TV shows in the daily bell ringing most of the open outcry traders who once overflowed the floor decades ago have been replaced by computer driven trading wins news time one forty five correction officer unions demanding more supplies and protection for people who work with inmates the unions for the new York city correction officers and correction captains want the city to buy special masks to use during the pandemic they cost about three hundred fifty dollars a piece have a five year lifespan and filters that can be changed and they come with a special eye shield allies whose moody the president of the correction officers benevolent association says so far one correction officer assigned to reikers island has tested positive for covert nineteen Patrick very yolo president of the correction captain says he in whose moody will meet with the correction commissioner Weston all new inmates at Ryker's be separated from the rest of the inmates and staff is we have enough space we have enough jails that have been closed that is no reason why they take any new information all told they've been screened you never know if someone can slip through the cracks there are ten thousand correction officers and they say the city shouldn't be worried about money at a time like this Carol Deoria ten ten wins in east Elmhurst queens news time one forty six free meal stations have been set up in the south Bronx in parts of queens good food and good meals important in times of crisis assembly member Michael Blake is partnering with world central kitchen setting up locations in the south Bronx now it's just once a day however you can take more than a long deal you can have more for your house all the more the queens neighborhoods of corona and flushing are also getting these free food sites our planning expectation by early next week that we will be collaborating world central kitchen I have bought distribution happening across the city they're starting out with grab and go sandwiches but we'll move toward full meals Juliet Papa ten ten wins news wins news time one forty seven here's the thing about new cherry vanilla coke though cherries named first all the flavors tastes just as great I mean it could have just as easily been vanilla cherry coke or it could have been coke cherry vanilla and since it's too amazing flavors of coke it might have been cold vanilla cherry coke or cherry vanilla coke coke unless you're in France which would make it a cocktail of an Iowa Democrat a Democrat New Jersey vanilla coke so good together and your cherry vanilla coke zero sugar same great taste zero sugar the name it always says this is formed in nineteen ninety one in Manchester England they were signed to a label in nineteen ninety three and release their record setting debut album definitely maybe in nineteen ninety four in terms of their name they started out with a band called the rain when vocals Liam Gallagher joined the group he suggested a name change he suggested oasis inspired by a band posters bedroom which listed the oasis leisure centre has a concert venue when you need professional building materials.

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"george latimer" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:42 min | 7 months ago

"george latimer" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Preparations W. CBS reporter Sean Adams he's here live with the update John yeah that's all a precaution because the CDC warns it's not it's not a matter of if it's really a matter of when the corona virus gets a foothold here in the U. S. so in New York we do not have any confirmed cases no confirmed coronavirus here but seven hundred people are being monitored eight of them under voluntary quarantine here in Westchester county here's county executive George Latimer were prudent people and we have to take prudent action but we also have to be measured and controlled by the way we respond to these things twenty nine people are staying home in Suffolk eighty three in Nassau County health commissioner Dr Lawrence Eisenstein we check in with them every day for their temperature they are in communication with us we're in communication with them these people have to remain isolated for fourteen days from the time that they were in China in New York City preparations underway twelve hundred hospital beds are at the ready plus there's a stockpile now of one and a half million surgical masks live in White Plains John Adams WCBS newsradio eighty governor Phil Murphy will be joining us a little more than an hour from now at eight fifteen we wanna hear from them about what jerseys doing barred her from the governors of New York and Connecticut here's Kevin Cohn the positive for officials in the tri state is that there is not a single confirmed case of the corona virus around here but those same people will tell you it's bound to happen you your is the front door internationally we have people traveling here from all across the world governor Cuomo says New York is doing a number of things some will require the state legislature asking for additional forty million dollars at as an emergency supplemental appropriations for the department of health as for their neighbors Connecticut is ready and we've been ready for a while governor Ned Lamont was at the state emergency operations center where he held the unified command meeting on the coronavirus this is not a call to make you nervous is a call to give you confidence that we're ready for what's going for here meanwhile in New Jersey governor Murphy says they're doing everything they can to get out ahead of this and be as prepared as possible Kevin Rincon WCBS newsradio eighty companies using apps to deliver food may not be able to charge restaurants as much as they have been under a crackdown being proposed by the city council let's hear more about that live this morning from W. CBS reporter Marla diamond and probably change the way food is delivered to your door but largely unbeknownst to customers apps like GrubHub doordash and seamless charge restaurants for using their service as much as thirty percent at a hearing before the city council in June GrubHub executives said the company earned thirty million dollars in phone commissions last year a package of bills being introduced today would rain and what some restaurant owners view is a rogue industry by capping the app's commission to ten percent and creating more oversight through the city's department of consumer affairs one of the bill's sponsors councilman mark Joe Nye says the goal is to give brick and mortar mom and pop restaurants a fighting chance at a David versus Goliath battle a spokesman for GrubHub which controls two thirds of New York city's market argues its app brings in new customers with millions of dollars in advertising and without them restaurants will end up losing business live at city hall Marla diamond WCBS newsradio eight eighteen thank you Martha we think there might be a solution to those people who sit in their cars and just idle for hour after hour or minute after minute even in order to hear about that Nexen W. CBS at seven oh seven were sponsored by make up say goodbye to those annoying parking lot scratches.

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New York: Westchester County Announces Task Force Amid Recent Wrong-Way Driving Incidents

Pat Farnack

00:31 sec | 7 months ago

New York: Westchester County Announces Task Force Amid Recent Wrong-Way Driving Incidents

"Westchester is looking for new ways to prevent wrong way accidents county executive George Latimer says a task force made up of citizens and elected officials will be asked to review all entrance and exit ramps on the Bronx river parkway to identify any problems what every day people to look at people who drive and had to be candid with you people who make natural everyday mistakes because of the way things look in the past two weeks there have been at least two wrong way driving incidents on I two eighty seven you're Harrison including one that left two people

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"george latimer" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:00 min | 7 months ago

"george latimer" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Not fair they're consistently beaten by two top runners who are biologically male Glastonbury high school senior Selena soul now in the line up in front of our blocks in the starter calls us to get into position we all know how the recently and we can't win we've lived in we've watched it happen we've missed out on metals in opportunities to compete others say the Connecticut a policy violates title nine which is supposed to create equal opportunities for women the ACLU represents the to trans gender runners they defend their right to run in the girls events those runner say they are girls and they are not going to stop fighting live in Danbury Shawn Adams WCBS newsradio eight eighty and your Penn station commuter who goes there a couple times a week taking trains said last night I have no idea how people deal with this every day this person's gotten caught in what has been a flood of recent delays because of well it's various things last night it was a power problem according to Amtrak for long delays and cancellations in NJ transit this writer to things the grain of salt saying it wasn't as bad as last week's anyway I'll be fifty thousand people in Penn station bus Jammin together that maybe was a little less than that this time around the case he sees a glass is half full listening Bob Gordon commissioner of the board of public utilities acknowledge last night the ongoing failures on NJ transit are serious and he warned that new Jersey's economic future is at risk of these problems are not fixed we have the new board members of New Jersey transit they had their meeting last night the live stream hidden someone I believe lifestream backset how bout you put a camera in NY ten right now to see how things are going that would be an eyeful wouldn't it then I got the wrong way driver is a couple of weeks in a row now on two eighty seven a Westchester including one that left two people dead but as a county exact George Latimer saying it's time to let drivers fix this one every day people to look at people who drive and had to be candid with you people make natural everyday mistakes because of the way things look this task force will be made up of citizens and.

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Cuomo directs Hate Crimes Task Force to investigate swastikas at park

WBZ Afternoon News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Cuomo directs Hate Crimes Task Force to investigate swastikas at park

"New York governor Andrew Cuomo ordering a state hate crimes task force to help investigate to swastikas painted on an abandoned building in Suffolk County in New York it comes after anti semitic vandalism was found at the Holocaust memorial in White Plains Westchester county chief executive George Latimer says was discovered on the eve of Yom Kippur whether that person is if they're watching this is the response that you've gathered in New York is seeing an uptick in anti semitic incidents especially in New

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"george latimer" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"george latimer" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Time eleven forty eight a wild scene at a bar in New Jersey earlier this week has landed a thirty two year old woman in hand cuffs accused of assaulting a police officer officers say Casey Mulligan was strong and try to attack customers outside causes corner in Franklin and then when officers got there the woman yelled at them and threatened they were going to vote catch these fests police say she punched an officer in the growing but he was not seriously injured Mulligan taken to a hospital because she was so Haggard police say but now she faces a slew of criminal charges well today is Yom Kippur the holiest day on the Jewish calendar and their shock in White Plains over disturbing incident their anti semitic graffiti discovered yesterday on a memorial to Holocaust victims in a statement posted on the county's Facebook page county exec George Latimer said the vial messages at the garden of remembrance had led to stepped up police patrols police two people are dead after a gunman opened fire near a synagogue in Germany corresponded Tom rivers reports the shooting happened is choose mark the holy day of Yom Kippur that shooting happened it hello in the eastern part of the country police say the attacker fled in a vehicle and a manhunt is now under way local residents are being urged to stay indoors railway station in the city of some two hundred forty thousand is been closed down as a precaution amid the police operation authorities say at least one person is now in custody no word on a motive behind that shooting a California man has been convicted in federal court fort Lauderdale of using Instagram to a rast the families of students killed in that match shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school in parkland Florida last year twenty two year old Brandon flori was found guilty of cyberstalking and transmitting a kidnap threat he faces up to twenty years in prison at his sentencing in December prosecutors say floor used thirteen different Instagram accounts to send over three hundred messages to family and friends of the seventeen people killed in the school shooting the grounded Boeing seven thirty seven MAX jetliner could be flying again in a matter of months correspondent Alex don't reports American Airlines he's today telling federal regulators it plans to resume flying the Boeing seven thirty seven backs on January sixteenth it believes Boeing will get approval from the FAA to install two software upgrades in an American plans to get its Max aircraft back in the air you comes only a few days after Southwest Airlines pilots said they didn't think the Boeing seven thirty seven Max would be flying again Intel February or March seven thirty seven Max has been grounded worldwide since mid March in the wake of two crashes and Indonesia and in the Ethiopia together took three hundred and forty six lives wins news time is eleven.

"george latimer" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"george latimer" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"All and they have the minimum wage wait and George Latimer's is watching the game behind them or have a dozen why it hard there's quite a booklet missed a lot of a lot of Reagan's are you with right right game available soon and then so with that in Sam I want to get started on and seems faction of the weather yes everything's in order parts papers and your political connections it was easy to a lot of the company it's all orientalizing doing my what I want along with me and I can live to realize what would happen to me if he recovers memory before we got all of them I don't think there's much chance of that before the game look at also the sudden shock ability what's the matter coming up about how to play is doing about a vote could restore his memory good heavens I know I did get the jitters every time it comes to the plate Mister dobalena mentioning get beans wait which is going to throw again small little bit of you are listening to the adventures of Superman.

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"george latimer" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"george latimer" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"The United States your when Superman lost his memory from the effect of liquid kryptonite but do impossibly by big George Latimer his arch enemy he became a pitcher for a little minor league baseball team under the assumed name of but this may perform so sensationally but it was sold to the big league metropolis type during that Superman might recover his memory letter after an unsuccessful attempt to capture him on a train luta metropolis by plane planning to intercept the man of steel and then complete the destruction of his mind and body but meanwhile in his compartment on the limited Superman on route to metropolis is making a terrific effort to recover his lost members the jagged piece of green glowing kryptonite which he had seen again that evening in the hands of the George Latimer has job his mind lifting the thick fog which allowed joining Taylor's manager only green going thing I've seen it before somewhere long ago I talking about I think I'm starting to remember he's wearing a strange costume why can't I see is not up trying to calm down in a bar the green glowing thing is right now and it's you.

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"george latimer" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"george latimer" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Exact George Latimer says they're ready for whatever it brings northern part of West Chester, which is thirty miles north of where I have now may get the high single digits. It's hard to predict we have done the things in preparation that we'd hoped to do and is ready as well. Most of the power company say at this point that they have no major problems right now. But that could change, of course, stay with Ted headwinds for the very latest. The storm today tomorrow, and we'll get through wins. News time six twenty three well so much for President Trump's offer to end the shutdown the president floated extending protections for recipients of the DACA program deferred action for childhood arrivals for three years. He also proposed three year extension of temporary protected status for immigrants in exchange for more than five billion dollars for his border wall. Democrats call it a temporary solution to a permanent problem. They also describe it as cobbled together assemblage of previously rejected proposals. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell who has refused to bring up house passed bills to reopen. The federal government released a statement that says everyone has made their point now it's time to make law. I intend to move this legislation this week. Linda Kenyon, Washington. Meantime, a lot of places around the city are doing what they can to help furloughed federal workers everything from LaFontaine restaurant on Staten Island. Bam cinemas in Brooklyn is giving freebies or price breaks wins. News time, six twenty four apologies and promises of action after a video. Showing some students have sparked online outrage video allegedly showing some of Kentucky's Covington Catholic high school students in Washington for the March for life rally wearing make America great again caps. Taunting and surrounding an older native American.

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"george latimer" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"george latimer" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"And now, we'll get to the cause of all these problems the weather forecast. What was but now let's look forward to what will be cloudy and windy early this morning with periods of rain temperatures slowly rising overnight later today. Morning rain in a near the city rain across northern New Jersey, the Hudson valley and Connecticut could end is a period of snow otherwise remaining windy with clouds breaking for some sunshine, high forty six. Right at night. Mainly clear, brisk and colder, low thirty six Saturday, partly sunny, brisk and chilly, high forty seven Sunday, mostly cloudy and chilly, high forty three partly sunny, Monday, high forty eight Tuesday, partly sunny, and colder, I just forty well forty two right now with some light rain in Islip, Long Island, thirty one mile an hour gusts clocked over there and all over the area. It's very windy. A lot of fog lockup in White Plains. There's also drizzle reported so along with some thirty mile an hour gusts just feels raw there so temperature-wise filling like twenty five up there in White Plains. CBS news time is actually three twenty two. That snow turned to rain, and it was all pain all the same all around the tri-state state up in Westchester county, miserable commute I was caught on a one hour eight mile trip and the horror stories about, but I've just been out on the roads that driving through some of the communities in southern Westchester. And they're starting to clear up the temperatures getting warmer. And so it's getting better if the rain comes as is expected overnight or wash some of it away, it'll be a one commute headaches. But what a what a commuting headache? It was is. I'm sure Westchester county executive George Latimer joined us last night. Sure. Yeah. The situation would be much better at three twenty two in the morning, but either way yesterday snow was still a reminder that a lot of people cannot afford to have a good coat to keep warm while out in this kind of weather,.

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Thirty Five Year, Thirty Minutes and Two Thousand Eight Ten Years discussed on Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

03:48 min | 2 years ago

Thirty Five Year, Thirty Minutes and Two Thousand Eight Ten Years discussed on Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

"And a one jubilating thailand we're all twelve boys in their coach have been pulled from the flooded cave still waiting for the last of the divers to come out the second thing to know citing on impeccable credentials and unsurpassed qualifications president trump has nominated conservative appeals court judge brett cabinet replaced the retiring supreme court justice anthony kennedy cavanaugh to meet today with senators and number three after decades of negligence new york city will task for lead in every public housing apartment where lead paint might have been used this widescale testing of one hundred thirty thousand units cost around eighty million dollars but it's unclear where all at money's gonna come from here's a recurring problem on the hutches river parkway truck to big winds up on the road strikes and overpass and it's happened again and this time the drivers says it wasn't me it was my gps here's sean adams at the king street overpass high tech infrared over height sensors with flashing warning signs have kept some trucks off of new york parkways with low bridges but not all it has happened again yesterday afternoon a moving truck from delaware slammed into the king street overpass on the hutch most of the metal skin just peeled away the driver blamed his partner for using gps on a phone not a commercial unit westchester county executive george latimer vows to put an end to this look at systems that will provide an intercept when the parkway something overhead physical structure was the type of thing so that you're a word it as a trucker when you get on later this week the county executive will meet with state dot and trucking industry reps to talk about those height barriers better sign and ways to make truckers us commercial gps on the hutch in westchester sean adams wcbs newsradio eight eighty a subway panhandler who attacked a man with a pipe this weekend vicious attack the you might have heard about they caught him the police got the thirty five year old man named giovanni nervous on sunday he's charged with first degree assault during an argument with a fifty nine year old victim the eva's allegedly used a pipe to hit this guy in the face fracturing his skull and breaking is socket the victim is in serious but stable condition police are investigating a murder that took place in woodside queens this morning the victims forty something years old they're not that exact age or name was found unconscious in front of toe twenty four hour dwayne reed on roosevelt avenue about twelve thirty in the morning shot in the torso there are no arrests inmate at a mental health wing at rikers island attacked and killed fellow inmate city hall spokeswoman tells the new york times that thirty five year old victim died after he was put in a chokehold by his attacker it's not clear what provoked this is the first deadly attack among inmates since two thousand eight ten years eight eighteen wcbs news time let's put together traffic and weather then cbs news with the commute use the word miracle in thailand i think maybe we can first time kaminski in eight wbz twenty minutes away from eighty ninety five twenty to thirty minutes from now on the inbound upper level after new jersey tower being reported that just the latest problem there at the gw beat the lots of volume across span getting onto the eastbound cross bronx new jersey found upper level under the apartments we ever stopping worked on their lincoln inbound side twenty to thirty minutes holland with about a twenty minute delay but a note for you on the newark bay extension of the turnpike headed inbound right at the newark bay bridge watch for solving worked on the left lane is blocked state parkway northbound from the driscoll bridge after one thirty one more delays right after one thirty six had a collision off to the shoulder three from at least the garden state parkway over to route twenty one instruction at route seventeen and a collision in front about life stadium is now cleared away get your truly free credit score and free credit monitoring from credit karma download the credit karma app today credit karma get.

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"george latimer" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"george latimer" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"The you know what this is got it this is all a and correct me if i'm wrong it's that in jersey it's gotta be anti christie excitiment is what that italy yeah and you know and an anti trump to some extent and after lay the way republicans george latimer who's going to be the new counting secondly there there actually may be be able to win his state senate seat so in a weird way this may actually be beneficial to the republicans in helping them keep the state senate with with it they were they were really or on the verge of losing and can i tell you this if they can't it's a eighteen after seven o'clock we had a great year yudo if a watching donald trump with edward the alike kebir dotted nayoko side the drama of at all guilty as charged with we had a great year it was just you know every lead there was a lot of winning lenny winnie this is as it happens you know whoever's in and then the pendulum swings the other way so you gotta kinda got to go along with the ride and we'll look our wounds and will and will be okay and i you know almost state stay tuned and and give us a call but don't don't go away and move away whatever you can to the so many people are leaving new york and new jersey by the thousands to hang in there and will try to take back let me go to hank real quick before we go to break because he's a dedicated listener good morning hank what are you thinking this morning i was that a couple of function when wonder mentioned you discover guy and you almost got like a david in opd chevere no one knows right no one knows if you could it probably would not doubt it or decree sure camera had no chance youth one on route wooded anchor christy iran on mack knowing you can avoid at home you might have record giuliani and a whole bunch of people from the trump team would have to come and support you because you do started and the fact that you're well known i don't know who worked for years i live in new jersey yeah yeah but i know you'll piscopo i know he'll pasqua world for married with children every week you want to treat.

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