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"golden hill" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"In for Taylor VanCise Bill O 'Neill is at the editors desk here some of the stories we're following in a Seattle City budget worth billions critics want to cut about a million in anti -crime spending. Mayor Bruce Harrell seeks to buy a gunfire detecting technology called ShotSpotter a system that raises privacy concerns. Washington's US Senators Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell today joined a growing number of fellow Democrats calling Senator on Bob Menendez Democrat of New Jersey to resign amid federal bribery charges. Menendez says he's guilty. not A former Puyallup couple pleads guilty to federal misdemeanor charges for their participation in the January insurrection of the US Capitol. Scott and Holly Christensen were not accused of any violent acts. The second Republican presidential debate set for tonight at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley California ABC's Alex Stone will be there. The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library is sort of hallowed ground for Republicans who are running for president. It's where Ronald and Nancy Reagan are buried. The site overlooking the golden hills of Simi Valley the debate will be in the shadow of the actual Air Force One President Reagan used to fly on. seven Tonight Republicans who qualified will debate with the front -runner not in the room. In our latest ABC News Washington Post poll former President Trump is ahead of his closest Republican rival by nearly 40 points. He'll be in Michigan with striking auto workers. Alex Stone ABC News Los Angeles. Just a few days government from a shutdown still no deal ABC senior congressional correspondent Rachel Scott. House Speaker Kevin McCarthy dismissing a bipartisan deal from leaders in the Senate to avoid a government shutdown. I think their priorities are backwards. The Senate proposal will keep money flowing until November 17th and provide six billion billion dollars for Ukraine. That's a red line for McCarthy. Is it the wrong move for that deal from the to Senate the Senate to include additional funding for Ukraine. Yes. Yes it is wrong. They're picking Ukraine over Americans? Instead McCarthy is moving forward with his own proposal, insisting President Biden Democrats and must crack down on the border to avoid a government shutdown, but that still doesn't appear to be enough Trump to satisfy a handful of far right conservatives opposed to any short term deal. I think it's just It's doing away with our duties. It's not the way to fund government. If Congress does not act, four million government workers could lose pay. Nearly half are military troops and others who work for the armed forces. Bessa Pinchani's husband works for the Air Force. I have no idea if my husband will get a paycheck. Also in limbo, TSA workers, they won't be getting checks either. Becky Moncha works at Dallas Love Field Airport. We make sure that the public the traveling public safe to and from give them what they deserve, which is their money. I asked one of those Republican holdouts what he would say to those workers. We have to worry about all 330 million Americans, not just isolated stories and specific individuals. Bottom line is we've got to cut our spending. This is the time to do it. If we don't do it now, when are we going to do it? Speaker McCarthy trying to put the pressure on President Biden saying it would be important to have a meeting. But President Biden has made it clear this is the responsibility of Congress calling on Republicans to do their job. That's ABC senior congressional correspondent Rachel Scott, President Joe Biden working to hammer out a deal that would pull Saudi Arabia away from China and Russia and into an alliance the West. with ABC's Jordana Miller has more from Jerusalem. For the first time in decades, a top Saudi official is visiting Ramallah.
"golden hill" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Like dry the grasses fuel moisture you know the conditions golden hills of and California those that fuels we see respond they're green very in the quickly spring they to changes cure in the atmosphere and whether become it's dead foggy fuels if it's cool and moist and when it dries out and so we have different classes I don't want to get into all those details if we have but a heat we have wave different classes those of dead fuel moisture fuels and dry out the more hotter quickly the dryer than the the atmosphere live is fuels like if we so we can't even though our live fuels are you know they've been above average across the with that state said all we haven't season seen any big fires and and now they're coming down the forecast into their for critical the values season is so that we probably see large fires like have the York normal fire below down large in the Mojave which is fire you potential know surprising but for a lot it of does people not that mean we that we have aren't going big to fires see in the deserts but there's fuels there it's drier and if it gets windy you can get fires pretty live quickly fuels as versus we're seeing. dead fuels and what that Well and actually I means think I it's think that interesting puts perhaps actually what to we're know seeing about right now you know to into all context of this a little is bit but that it you also know kind of points out more that rain you and know more there's snow sort of might a double have created -edged sword an environment element where perhaps we are seeing a little less wildfire activity but I've also seen to say mentioned that we live that in a eventually in a year that -long growth risk will dry out of like a what wildfire. you were talking about Yeah and so I mean Is fire seasons it kind are of right getting longer and expanded the onset of fire season is getting earlier in spring it Some depends regions on might be what drier in Southern California that precipitation for one winter and what the climate such was and then for we over might get the an course extended of the winter fire season in the fall, on which is what November we 8th saw in 2018 of that year and with that's surprising we also the camp fire had igniting large fires in in Southern California December so we can get fires all year round but generally and we fall don't we're particularly trying to get away and from there's this a couple fire different season mechanisms but generally why summer that is our is fire because season offshore in wind California events and such but we usually one thing that's have interesting particularly and for this year is that that has we reduced had a the cooler drying May of the fuels and June than we because it was cooler the dead fuels that were already cured because fuels are already cured by June they last weren't totally year cured we I still had some took pictures green in in the our East hills Bay Hills in of Northern California fully cured in June on March 1st I mean that's just uncanny to see that and each this season year is you different know and that came that's about due to in whether or not we mid have a -May wet winter where or not we're seeing so that so snowpack that we we have to were lucky also keep because the of the soil wet winter moistures up that and we had to in keep the fuel moistures continuous up but we also had a very cool spring for Northern California most of California we people had were cool talking air about big that in June marine deep when marine it layer was always that so was cloudy across and cool for the June area and that for was quite a some time and nice I relief think typically we see a for bunch of fires not in so July our fire and season this year didn't we just kick haven't off as soon I as think as that's early as it one could of have the more interesting aspects of this to me is that typically we would be seeing more fires and we have not five ten years and in that's California when now it comes you know to this wildfires abnormal and thing compared to I the think that just past brings five up climate the change question is of playing what a role role are climate change we gonna plays see more in seasons all of this or do years you think where if we don't get the same type of wildfires that we have gotten used to you know that's a tough question hard to answer really say I that mean we're it gonna have would be great more if that cool was the summers case and versus I hope it does pan you out that know way hotter but summers I it's mean July it's was record -breaking across the world some of the hottest temperatures we finally we reach these very high temperatures and that wasn't but just in California with it climate was mostly change across lots we are gonna see of more parts of extremes the northern hemisphere we're gonna see see that more climate variability change and has that's one of been the predictions responsible for there's increase been a in number fires of studies and that have shown my team of researchers at San Jose State got a paper just is accepted in due nature in to the journal man -made nature climate that change shows particularly that the because extreme it's fire
"golden hill" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"And all public property in the city when shelter space is available. Those new rules will take effect in 30 days. At the same time, the city is opening a new safe camping site for the homeless at 20th and B streets in Golden Hill. That safe camping sites at the same location was used to help the homeless during the 2017 hepatitis A outbreak. It has space for 136 tents, more than 136 people, along with bathrooms, meals and other services open 24 hours a day with security on site. Another safe camping location will open in the fall at lot O near Balboa Park. That will have space for 410. So it comes at time the same as new rules are being signed into law by Mayor Todd Gloria. Among those advocating for the new rules, San Diego City Councilmember Stephen Whitburn represents downtown San Diego. We are opening the city's first outdoor safe sleeping site. It'll give people experiencing unsheltered homelessness a safer, healthier place to stay. I've already heard from people currently living on our downtown sidewalks that they're looking forward to leading the sidewalks coming to this new location. Everybody will benefit when people experiencing homelessness move off of our sidewalks and come to this safe sleeping site instead. People staying there will get a safe place to sleep and people at our neighborhoods will get sidewalks that they can use. The safe sleeping site will have bathrooms, showers, it'll have security, it'll have meals, it'll have connections to services and ultimately to housing as well. This first safe sleeping site is at the city maintenance yard at 20th and B. It will accommodate 136 tents, there could be more than one person in the tent so 150 to 200 people there and this fall will open an even larger safe sleeping site at the O lot between the Navy Medical Center and the Five Freeway that will accommodate 400 tents, maybe 600 people at that location. What went into getting something like this done? What were the efforts to like bring something like this location and the other one eventually online? I visited Denver a couple of years ago and spoke to city officials about the safe sleeping sites that they had there and they said they worked very successfully and they have expanded it from one site now to eight sites. It has helped people get off the streets and to a safer and healthier location. When I brought this forward to city officials here in San Diego, they embraced it and they have really been working hard to get this up and running. I am really proud that we'll have our first site open and really looking forward to getting the even larger site open this fall. Obviously, this is important for what was just voted upon by the city council, the new rules when it comes to public property. just We passed a new ordinance prohibiting encampments on public property when there is a shelter bed available for them. These safe sleeping sites will count as shelter and so are we telling people that you cannot any longer camp out our sidewalks and our parks and our canyons and our riverbed, but we have other places for you to go and this safe sleeping site is one of those new options for people to go that's safer and healthier than living elsewhere. The new ordinance has passed. It passed its final reading signed into law. It'll take effect in about a month and now we are also in the process of providing these additional shelter beds, additional safe sleeping locations where people can move off of the sidewalks and into these safer and healthier places. San Diego City Councilmember Stephen Pern. The second safe camping location will open in the fall at lot O near Balboa Park. Space for 400 tents. safe The camping site that opened this week with 136 tents along with bathrooms and those services. It's open 24 hours a day security on site at 20th and B streets that is in Golden Hill and it comes as the mayor signs into law the new rules ban homeless camps along public property all property in the city when shelter space is available and park near schools public transit and other locations even if shelter space is not available. The next safe camping site will open in the fall at lot point down to Oceanside 1 hour 47 minutes San Clemente to Oceanside North live trouble to
"golden hill" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Quarter past the hour, time for a check of sports from around the world, here's Dan Schwartzman. Thanks, dag. Saudi Arabian club Al nasr has reportedly offered Chris Tanner now to a three and a half year contract valued at more than a 100 million pounds per year, but the 5 time below door winner will wait until after the World Cup to make a decision Ronaldo left Manchester United by mutual termination and is free to sign with any club in report at least still hoping to land with the European club. Saudi Arabia hopes that with Ronaldo playing in the country that would help their 2030 joint World Cup bid with Greece and Egypt. Argentina advances to the knockout round of the cup with a two zero winner for Poland, as Argentina overcomes a missed penalty kick by Messi in the first half. Meanwhile, Poland also advanced his due to golden hill despite Mexico beating Saudi Arabia two to one as Mexico misses the knockout stage for the first time since 1990. After the match, Mexico manager Tata martino announcing that he was leaving his post as his contract had ended. Elsewhere Tunisia shots frames one nil as France played mostly backups while Australia stunts Denmark one nil to move on to the round of 16. The Brooklyn Nets will be without garben Simmons for at least three games as Simmons is dealing with the left lateral upper cap spring suffered in Monday's game versus Orlando. The 26 year old has already missed 6 games this season due to left knee soreness. Finally former New York Yankees great Don Manley has agreed to become the bench coach of the Toronto Blue Jays after 7 seasons managing the Miami Marlins, and we also manage the LA Dodgers for 5 seasons before heading to Miami. I'm the schwarzman met your Bloomberg world sports op day. Markets, headlines, and breaking news 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business out and at Bloomberg quick tape. This is a Bloomberg business flash. Quite a robust rally in the Asia Pacific here at the moment if you look at futures, and even the cash markets and the limited market action we see the nikkei up one and a half percent, the SX 200, up one full percent by now you've heard a lot about the fed chief Jerome Powell indicating a slowing down of the pace of rate hikes. But what about what's happening in China? China is amending its COVID approach and we heard from the vice premier soon line. So this is not an official of the health commission. This is about as high as you can get except for the general secretary himself saying and actually putting this on omicron saying that as omicron becomes less severe, the anti virus fight can move into a new stage and thus the amending the COVID approach. So investors feasted on that, Alibaba was up 9.6% that was precisely what the NASDAQ golden dragon China index was up 9.6%, and that's a lot more than the gains we saw on Wall Street. So perhaps to global investors, the reopening of China, if indeed that's what's happening, it's just as important. If not even more important than the fed indicating a slightly slower pace of rate hikes. We'll get to some of the numbers when we look at markets again in 15 minutes. That's a check of market action. Let's get headline news with Ed Baxter in San Francisco. All right, Brian, thank you officials are
"golden hill" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report
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"golden hill" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective
"Let me let me put it in a in a different mid different different matt. Mom mindset if i may organically grown culturally cultivating clients based you. Tell me the difference between organically grown implant based this is. Stop everything right now. Let's answer that. Question just marketing. Yeah and develop and developmentally appetizing. It sounds like it's really. It's being read from the back of a product. The food's food product. What does that even mean. Historically accurate culturally embedded place based contemporary and developmentally appropriate. When you're talking about historically accurate you know. I could i could round up some From what some focus from the anthropology and archaeological circles that have a very distinct opinion history. That does not alone. Many cases include us better so living by the way. This is what to is as me. They're still challenge the indigenous narrative on done certain things but anyway like i said last week. You'd do you boo. I read that. And i just had to shake my head and it's like look twice. I'd said to see if it was from the back of a charles smell the same stench. I'm just too. If i could reflect back a little bit on on the article you just read to brother of the highlights. Does this was linked in that article. So yeah I guess by the time we're done. I don't know how many people need to read the whole article. But now there is more on the the front end of what dave already. Her head but Just just to be fair because the way indian country today positioned Well wasn't really dumb it was Sorry the ap got it made it sound like our our tribe our people. We're the only ones push this. That is not the case and So i wanna. I wanna make sure that i balance the boat out here properly. According to the ap also says joining. Let's say i'm sorry and then go back here This is a quote. We fully support this bill again that bill meaning to bring indigenous education into the curriculum in in the state of connecticut here Quotas we fully support this bill. Which will assist the public re- education that includes accurate portrayal of first nations peoples in connecticut. Closed quotes at catherine sebastian. During chairwoman of the eastern peak what travel nation. These are these are my mind. Direct cousins Right next door. Iras actually quoting her again. The peak watts were not destroyed. We survived truth may lead to positive change if we work together for a good life for all nations close quote joining drink in the statement where leaders of the other force state recognized tribes and So this is where you know. Kp needs to do the research this little how it reads joining during the statement where leaders from all of the other four state recognized tribes. He says rodney butler chairman of the mashantucket pico. I travel nation and beth regan vice chairman of the mohegan tribal nation council of elders. Well now we're fairly recognized. We were state recognized initially so again Ap apparently doesn't understand Leon leon brown or the golden hill but gusset indian nation and richard velka chief of the scottish coke tribal nation And they were also backed by state. Senator kathy posten. Who's been doing great work here in the state of connecticut on these types of topics and we appreciate her support in the so i just again. I wanted to balance the boat a little bit on the article. So yeah i think that These pushes are good. As long as it continues to involve the indigenous voice meaning you got a higher indigenous educators to to effectively Make this education proper you know and And where available you know in you know my my my only comment to to you know the educators including mystical dona who i do respect He's done a lot of good work when Priorities is current post as secretary of education certainly l. better than what was there If you remember it was the yacht owning lady there. What was her name brother. Your member betsy the floss yes betsy right. Yeah so so. I know that. Mr donna has worked in education pretty much forever. Okay faces versus miss. Devos betsy devos. Donald trump's pick to be education secretary has become a political lightning rod and late night tv fodder. How do you put this person in charge of america's education. It's like hiring an amish person to run nasa really trump were to walk through the hearing said betsy. You're fired. so who is she. And why has she become as controversial as a trip to the high school. Principal's office devos was born. Elizabeth betsy prints and has spent her entire life in michigan with some very wealthy roots. Her father edgar prints founded a major auto card supplier and her husband dicta voss is an heir to the multibillion dollar marketing firm amway. He was also the two thousand six. Gop nominee to be michigan's governor devos. Herself is no stranger to politics. Serving as the chair of the michigan republican party from nineteen ninety six to two thousand and then again from two thousand and three to two thousand five and her brother. Eric prince founded the controversial private military contractor blackwater. Usa devolves and her husband are worth upwards of five billion dollars the abuse part of that fortune to help shape the education debate and their home state as.
"golden hill" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"Least a distant cousin of michael jordan's because he's going to change life in laker land skew. Really no no no interesting extra an extra possession here their white. How challenging the shot. Dj challenging mashad. That's what it's gonna come down to scale okay. What is going to come down to. Ultimately is dwight howard. Is the best pickup that you made. Because i told i i guess this going into last year i said the player you will miss most is dwight howard. And now you have in back. So that's all that really matters. That was a great move. A great re pickup by lebron james is the unofficial edco unofficial him and i give him high marks for every pickup that he made except for de'andre and i'm sure he's closed though you picked up the other. Pick council that everything. There's only one top in. I'm not even sure it was a lebron pickup. I think rush just said. I wanna come to la. Lincoln said lebron. How can we say no. Yeah because i was listening to chou's montauk cool say the deal to sack was already done. It was a done deal. He was ready to go to sacramento in all of a sudden they say. Now you go into dc brooke this. The buddy healed for cal was already done okay. Well that sums up my point. That validates. What i just said i think russ said no i. I would really go to la. And they're like whatever would've lebron don't sign off on it just like you. Just you just told me carrying katie. The reason why the audrey they didn't they didn't vote for later. Say now we won't okay. You actually think russell's coming if lavar and now we good we will buddy. You believed lebron took one look at ross and said you know what if i could pull this off and win without with him. We're nobody else could win with him. Then it will enhance my. I'm on the record already. I will stand up on this table and say lebron is now in the goat conversation. If he can win this year's championship with russell westbrook liberal and remember he also knows. There's a fail safe there. There's an emergency exit because russell westbrook will be the easiest scapegoat. The goat as you call. Lebron is ever had in his scapegoat because everybody will say it's his fault he's a solo act to ball conscious. He needs the basketball to the detriment of lebron james. That's what everybody will say if this failed. That's what you and. I know you talked about failure. You try to manifest it. We don't speak in those terms. We manifest politician. We will win the west. We will win the nba championship. Manifestation speak it. Speak it the andre in the starting lineup. Do i probably will be. I hope so but is he too old to play that many minutes. You get thirty minutes out of dwight. No duarte play that many minutes while what do you play that many minutes. He's a starter. No local blade that no. He's not gonna play those kinds of minutes. Okay so he and de'andre will split the minute they nego come. Come home at five five. He said from the start. I don't wanna play the noah he says i don't want to play the five but in the closing line-up what was he in the championship run. He was the five. Lebron played four. Well that was against miami bam. They didn't have drug you. He played a even against wants to call the nuggets. He played defied he would garden. Yoga's will exhibition only game. I really you only remember game to win. Lebron turned down the last shot and ad saved his bacon. Saved his legacy. Dare i say man. The man average thirty points eleven rebounds eight assists happens at the end. We were making the shot shots. Rondo said. i locked eyes with lebron's and he did not move. Rosie ronald say pass the ball baltic hawaii shot at all i know is rondo plus russ equal. Do not invite him. They will not click. You hoping that you hope they don't play but they're gonna we're gonna show you. Yeah we're gonna show you the the positivity that twenty rob the amount of positivity when you think positive positive things happen you always thinking negativity. No i'm not. I'm just telling you the truth okay. And he is not exactly jordan-esque de'andre without asking him to be this. Okay well. I think you're going there. No who's your starved. You need something to to latch onto embrace. So so what we got lebron the star. I don't know he's lagaan somewhere in italy time. Yeah he better get back here and start working out well. You may not work out areas than they got a basketball golden hill. I don't know okay. You gotta be careful over there but why a lot of cova going. Oh jeez they call it everywhere. That's a fact. Unfortunately it's in my cowboy locker room yup stop. Dj whereabout dj wherever women dj. Okay younger jordan-esque known of you singing. We're moving on for now. Guys fox sportsbook has chiefs as the favorites to win the super bowl with box. Close behind with the second best odds tampa bay's wide receiver. My gavin's thinks their team is being underrated. A bit saying quote. We're miles ahead of what we were last year. The whole team whole offense is really exciting and hopefully we can do something really special this year so shannon will be even better than they were last year. No i don't think they'll be light years ahead like everybody else think. It's i think the thing is. They won't struggle out of the strip out of the box because like you said there was really no off season. Tom brady was in the new system. He's trying to learn those guys. Those guys are trying to learn him. And so i don't believe the struggles that we saw last year. I don't believe we'll see them out of the gate. So maybe there are more efficient. But this notion get rump. I'm looking at them from week. Ten all the way through the playoffs the average thirty three points today. That was number one in the nfl. Okay so if that is this cadillac. Joma nascar fans. It's like if i win a race. And then i come back the following year and say the car is much better than than it was last year and i wanted to raise. That doesn't necessarily mean that. I'm gonna win. I still gotta gotta get it around the track for the five hundred order six hundred miles. I still got a dodge. A lot of other things blowing engine flat tire. Somebody runs into me so there's a lot of things they're still seventeen games. Not sixteen now. They're seventeen games that you got to get around the track. Although you wonder super bowl last year you all those pieces back you still got to get around the track and get the get the car. Cross the line so for me to sit here and say they're gonna be better. Do i think there'll be more efficient. I think they won't have the struggles that they had last year to start. Because tom within a new place they were trying to figure each other out. No i don't think they'll have those struggles. Skip but to say they make. It seem like they're going to be exponentially better like nearby harassed forty points a game and i don't see that do i think they are. They are better teen. I think there are team understand each other better. I think they know what to expect. I think buyer alleged to have a better understanding how to call plays. He got that after the bikes. Remember after the bye week is kind of weird they took. They can't look tom. This bombs over baghdad. This this really. Oh what do you like thompson. This is what. I really liked to their uptight than places why can stretch ball. But i don't think that needs to be heavy. Weighed heavy in this offense. Yep they lead. Tom do tom to start doing motion. Stayed in an eleven personnel. And the next thing you know wallah. So that is my. That's my expectation skill. I expect them to come out the gate and not struggle like they did in new orleans please. Some of the hiccups who retired. What is it back. We throw pick six. I don't think we.
"golden hill" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"We've covered little angles on this next story. It's happening all around San Diego and that is you've got You a vocally, Uh You have a vocal group of minority voices out there that are demanding that we get rid of the car and that they want bike lanes, and they want this. That and the other thing, and it's always tied to getting rid of the car. And that's all well and good in theory, but in practice that's not where society is, and it's not gonna be any time soon. What they think, but we are now having to live under their policies in North Park. The community up there is up in arms because of a bike lane project. Pat Sex Sexton. It's one of the ones that are trying to raise awareness on this issue. She joins us on the day my report, so Pat What is going on up in North Park. Well, the businesses that first of all, thank you for having made the businesses and the residents of North Park are furious. It's so far the businesses were just the red curbing. That's the The beginning stages of this protected so called protected bike lane. Just the red curving has caused a lot of the businesses to drop 30 to 40% just in the past two weeks. And the bicycle lanes aren't even in and the deliveries. The center lane is going to be removed as well, where the delivery trucks park and currently there parking in the red zones in the red curbs. And that's going to stop once the bicycle lanes go in. I don't think that the bicycle lanes are going to afford the protection that people think they are. All they are is the orange plastic post. So you know, so they're getting rid of marking. They're getting rid of parking, and my understanding is will also have less lanes for traffic. Is that correct? That's correct. And we did have 552 parking spaces. And according to the blueprint that I received from ever, Hauser, the mobility person assigned to North Park We're going to end up with 103. We did remember, so you started out with how many and you're going to end up with how much 552 Included end up with and then you're gonna end up with 100. 103, but Mm hmm. And no center Lane. Carl. No. No center late deliveries. And we did have 17 88 spots on 30th Street. Now we have five. That's what's planned is five. But the rest of them are going to be around the corner and up the street. Um what lane? What street will this be happening on? On 30th Street in North Park from Adams Avenue to Juniper. That's one of the busiest intersections and busiest routes up in North Park. Correct It's the only commercial district and yes, extremely busy. So, uh, was the community consulted in this plan? Well, if you ask the bike folks, they'll say yes, they consulted with people that live in a and, uh, Golden Hill and a living room and Berlin game, but as far as the North Park Planning Committee It was brought as an informational item to the to the, um Urban design on or no public facilities in March of 2019. It was brought to the North Park Planning Committee Full board on May the 14th 2019, and two days later, Kevin Faulkner approved it and said, Take out the parking places and center lane where feasible. So hard drive yet Volker caved in vulgar came in and and gave this vocal militant bike group everything they demanded. What about Todd? Gloria? He could easily just stop this and and and and really get community input. Uh, what's his position on it? Uh, a week ago. Last Saturday, he had a zoom meeting and said he was police supporting the protected bike lanes on 30th Street, and you're right. He could have stopped it because it's not feasible. What about your city Council member Stephen Whitburn. I've heard two stories from him. He says Oh, he likes it. And then he tells other groups. He doesn't like it. So where does he stand? What is he going to do? He's only told us that he has concerns and I suggested that his concerns needed to have some. He needed to do something not just be concerned. That's right. I'm concerned. Were you going to pose it? Well, I'm concerned. That's the double speak of the of the politician trying to have it both ways. Uh, who's too afraid of his own shadow, But ultimately, he's going to cave into the bike lobby. Uh And when you look at these projects, they always reduced parking. They hurt businesses. A lot of businesses end up going out of business or moving away. And you also have massive traffic jams. And for what are we going to get extra bikes? You know people going to start saying, Oh, wow. I'm going to get on a bike and right around. No, that's not what happens only a fraction of 1/10 of 1%. Never gets any benefit out of this. The room 99.9% get screwed. Yeah, and and the mayor are current mayor is saying, Oh, well, there's the parking structure that's being unused. Well, first of all, it's city owned a city owned parking structure. And and now he's pushing using the parking structure because apparently they got a report from someplace that there was no crime. But there's a lot of things that go on in that parking structure that don't people don't report, for instance, a woman That I know that came forward to me said she pushed the button to get in the elevator one night and there was a homeless person in there masturbating. How many times do you think she's going to go back and push that button? Well, I do You know that North Park also is the site of the alcohol in Boulevard what they call the BRT bus Rapid transit, where they took out lanes of traffic to dedicate a full lane to the smelly bus that's usually empty and that has caused all sorts of traffic jams there as well. So you guys are getting a double whammy. If people want to connect with you and help fight this atrocity. What? Where can they go? How do they connect? Saved 30th Street parking Dot org Save 30th street parking dot org That saved 30th street parking dot org. Uh, we need to make everybody aware that this is a Kevin Faulk. Er Todd Gloria. Stephen Whitburn, Uh, absolute middle finger to the businesses and the and the commuters of.
"golden hill" Discussed on The Book Review
"Francis buffer joins us now from ille- just north of cambridge in england. His latest novel is called late perpetual francis. Thanks for being here for having me set the scene for us with light perpetual. This is a kind of counterfactual it is and the fact gets established. Good hard in the first chapter. When a german v two missile fools on south london the the very end of the second world war and annihilates a branch of woolworth's. This is based on a real incident in a place. I walked past on my way to the college. It chaz dunton over and over again and because the store is full of mothers with young children trying to buy new suv spins also real eight kills a great many children including mine talk cost but then with kind of ambiguous resurrection. If the kind that novels a good fool i bring them all back for the rest of the book and weekends the lives they would have should have might have had instead because they missed of course was the hold of the rest of the twentieth century and every enormous and extraordinary change that boot to the city of london. So it's a novel about london. It's a novel about life and death and the fragility of life and it's a novel about time. I suppose because it's about living in time and the first the difference that the ten thousandth of a second which which jim and missile make steel life it kills you and then the difference that minutes months decades make the rest of your life. London was heavily bombed during world war. Two of course why this particular bombing the woolworths in nineteen forty four as you say london being bombed heavily and as a result there are stories like this dotted all over the place. This was particularly awful because it killed so many children at once and because it was a rocket and therefore more lethal but because there are so many stories like this they tend to become invisible. They just sink as the kind of memory of a city does into the kind of geological layers of underneath the streets. He's getting hatted with people. Moving mostly obliviously sometimes north on top of a kind of layer cake of time. So so this wasn't any more obtrusive. -ly apparent than than any of the of a stories. The city is full of but the plaque colt. My eye so i went deliberately digging and of course for the families of the hundred and sixty eight people involved. It was a huge deal and some of them still live locally and through a very good work of history that i could draw on. But no i the ordinariness. This is true the rest of the book as well. The ordinariness kind of the point. I wanted something that was terrible but not exceptional something. Which was you know. One tree in a wartime forest of bad things happening which i could select out and then full out long term consequences of through time so when a regular person sees a plaque on the wall and goes digging or at least like google. That's just curiosity but when a writer does that kind of thing it's often with a purpose and you've written a lot of nonfiction second novel where you at a period in your life where you were thinking about what should i do. Next and plaque research was purposeful. I was still in the middle of writing my my lost book golden hill which is a picturesque eighteenth century. Marketing century novel set in eighteenth century..
"golden hill" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Welcome We are standing at first blockers are project Tanika is program manager for Black Women build Baltimore. I'm using her first name because by now we know each other pretty well. I've been following the group for the past year as they rebuild a block of vacant and dilapidated houses. Some of them have been empty for decades, the nonprofit train's black women in construction skills to help restore houses they'll eventually by So we just finished the three houses that were standing in front of me. The ladies are securing her loans to purchase the homes on the tour or some community development folks, a couple artists and Reverend Graeme Adriano, he's rector of nearby Memorial Episcopal Church. It just wrote a $15,000 check to black women build as reparations for the church's role in creating the housing conditions here. We begin to repair and restore broken bond between this part of Baltimore and Golden Hill, which is just a few blocks over just a few blocks over but a world away. The ending street houses are in Druid Heights, historically black neighborhood where nearly one in three houses is vacant, and the median household income is $21,000. Bolton Hill, where the church is located, is a more affluent, whiter neighborhood by design. In 1910 parishioners helped write the country's first housing segregation law to keep black people out. And while Bolton Hill prospered decades of redlining and other racist policies supported by the church, hollowed out Druid Heights Shelly Hall. Stead is executive director of Black Women build You see this neighborhood and then you go four blocks over and you see the tree lined streets. You see the garbage being picked up. You see the houses appreciate you don't see how this falling in on themselves. You've probably heard that statistic about the median wealth of white households being 10 times that of black households. Racial gap in homeownership and home equity have a lot to do with that. Shelly founded black women built to help close that gap. On a recent afternoon, she and Briana, the lines framed a basement window in an old brick rowhouse perfect. Rianna is 28 started working with the group last summer in hopes of buying one of the houses on this block. Shelly hired her to help rehab more of them. They finished four so far. They're so cute now like it's almost hard to believe, even though I've been here like the whole time, and I've been doing it, it's just like Yeah, looks way better already. Briana's house is finished. Now she's working to qualify for a mortgage. Before the reparations Plan. Memorial Church raised money for black women build to help with down payments A lot of people here in Baltimore aren't homeowners a lot of people rent so Seo give people opportunities to create like generational wealth is a huge thing, Shelly says. The money can on Lee accomplish so much. I mean, it's never gonna be up to the person who harmed what needs to happen. It's going to be what people Who did the harm can give right Not what they should give what they can. The church whose congregation is still mostly white is working with black leaders on how to spend the reparations fund. Natalie Conway grew up in West Baltimore and is now deacon at Memorial. Her discovery that her ancestors had been enslaved by the founding rector of the church sparked the reparations effort. She agrees the harm can never be undone. So you have to think of other ways to repair the bridge. Enough is never enough, but it's a start in Baltimore. I'm Amy Scott for Marketplace. Coming up. I think it's the most efficient way. Well, yes, efficient, perhaps, but best First, let's do the numbers down. Dust rose.
"golden hill" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Some coastal areas nineties inland on early peak of summer sneak peek. We'll also see gusty Santa Ana winds later this week Coast Up to 70 Today, Inland 77 the mountains 67 the deserts up to 91 Right now downtown we are Sonny were clear and 59 Kogo news time is 8 12 San Diego, Home prices increased their fastest pace in nearly 16 year. Years as a February in the Metro area among the strongest markets in the entire country. Yes, joining us on the cocoa news, Live line UT senior business reporter Philip Molnar. Good to have you back Philip Yeah, they re having me. Yeah, You're right. So, basically, you know, I'm here every couple of weeks talking about how crazy home places have been, But this report we got yesterday was just insane enough that it just it's newsworthy because Not only does it show that home prices are up 17% a year, which is our fastest since April 2005 during the housing boom, but also that we were the second fastest growing for prices. I mean in the entire nation, Phoenix only beat us out by 20050.4%. Oh, all right. So I mean, how much longer can this market do this? So, Yeah, keep asking people that you know, and one of the things when I get from a lot of economists is that you know the one thing they're They're betting on there, hoping on his that a lot more homes. They're going to go on the market was people feel more comfortable. There's less covert 19 what people have their vaccines. That's kind of already happening now, and we haven't seen an increase in home inventory, so I really don't have a good answer for you. Other than everyone says that in the near term, there doesn't seem to be any sign of a slowdown and what's going on. So what we'll have to see You know, I mean, 11 interesting thing. So it sounds insane like 17% up in a year for home prices right, but it has been higher before. In July. 2004 home prices were up 33.4% in a year. Yeah, but green paint so WeII know what happened after that? Yeah. We know what happened after that. That's the problem. Uh, um you know, until dawn and I were just saying, you know how much higher can this possibly go before Something happens? We honor bubble, are we? But but nobody seems to really, you know, know the answer to that. But one question, though, that you addressed in the pieces How is the pandemic actually changed what people are looking for? Right. You know, this kind of started at the beginning of the pandemic. People are saying I was moving out of cities in the urban homes and a lot of it was like this proven. What? What? What? The author of the report that doesn't you know for 30 years yourself. For years, the Dow Jones indices. They really think that this is a trend they've seen of like Byers really want these suburban homes instead of urban apartments? With growing populations in cities across the United States were no. Jeffrey here in the United States is kind of focused a lot of multi family so I mean, sure, it's not much, but basically the idea is we're gonna try and pack more people in this multi family housing, condo complexes, Banker sale couple popping up in Golden Hill and all that kind of stuff like that, but Well, what they're kind of finding is that you know, millennials, especially that are Asian and home ownership. They really want that single family house. They don't want to live Congo even if it's a cool downtown, found out. They want that house. Well, and you know, here's the thing with condos. There are restrictions on pets. They're our neighbors who are right on top of you in a complaint about noise, If you wanna have pulling over and you can have high h aways as well, Exact. Yeah, In a major way proves you know you're Never going to not be paying rent on the thing practically Yeah, That's one thing I hear from a lot of people why they do not want a condo or a townhouse. But sometimes H always can be sort of nice and that don't pay your tape. Any water bill that pay other stuff. And it you know, I don't want to sound like a real estate agent. But you know, one of the things about a Joe A that, you know, if you look at it financially, sometimes might end up spending a ton of money fixing your place. Where's the each away would take care of? Something like that. I don't know. I think there's good and bad age always because I've heard just horror stories. And then I've kind of heard good ones over the last six years yet, you Nikolai, I have plenty of a choice towards being Britney Spears. I'm not allowed to be anywhere near in H away which is while don and I will never be neighbors, but that's a whole different story. Yeah, but I love you so much. I know you two you TC. Business reporter Philip Molnar. We just had a moment, Philip. Thank you for joining us, and we will talk to you next week. Okay. They love you guys feel all right. See you soon, a pathway to success after the pandemic That's coming up Live at 8 40 stories Trending present. Mine will push his sweeping.
"golden hill" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"In America, and it was wrong, Mulvaney says. As Democrats pursue impeachment, it has to be specific to the capital breach and not a list of reasons why they dislike this president Axis. GURNAL Scott In New York today, Republican Pennsylvania Senator Pat Toomey joined Alaska Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski, asking the president To step down. Controversy continues after Google and Twitter suspended President Trump's account and now the social media platform parlors. Going dark parlor is a social media network that surged in popularity with Trump supporters. After the November election. Apple and Google removed parlor from their APP stores. They claim the site allows hate speech to go unchecked. Amazon will stop hosting Parlors website later tonight. Meantime, more Republicans. They're speaking out over Twitter's decision to suspend President Trump's account. Some call it a dangerous step towards increasing censorship of political free speech. Twitter said it decision to disable the president's account was necessary to prevent further incitement of violence boxes marked MEREDITH. Six inmates have escaped from a murder, said County, California Jail, the sheriff's office says they were discovered missing just before midnight. They gained access to the roof and used a homemade rope to scale down the outside wall. Authorities say. All six here Hispanic men between 19 and 22 years old and should be considered armed and dangerous. America is listing Fox News Kogo New Center. I'm Phil for our California closing in on 30,000 death from the Corona virus pandemic as hospital scrambled to find beds for severely Ill patients during Ah, continuing spike the total today 695 deaths. Actually, That was yesterday. 468. Today. SAN Diego With 53 deaths yesterday, we'll get an update number later this afternoon. In an hour from now, black lives, matter says It's all about justice. They will hold a vehicle caravan cars decorated. Beginning at Golden Hill Park. The caravan will drive in front of the San Diego County Administration building. San Diego County gas prices again rising this time by a penny $3.28 on average for a gallon of regular.
Raise Your Frequency & Tune-up Your Energy With Crystal Singing Bowls With Colin Hillstrom
"Once up action tribe here host and founder of mice, Chaka's my seven Corales dot com, the show where we help you expedients, effortless healing awakening, and Barnes today's episode we go deep into conversations and discussions about sound healing, one of our most favorite topics, raising levels of consciousness, letting off stock emotions, and the power of immersing yourself in healing sound, but before diving in. I'd like to remind you that. I have recently released a twenty page document that outlines some of my favorite Whiz, my tried and tested with to raise my wife rations and feel better a worst immediately, so if you'd like to check that out for that free download, my seven juxtapose dot com forward slash feel better now. Mice showed US dot com slash. Feel better now and get your pdf download all right, so let's bring on our special guest for today's. Golden Hills from is an innovator and practitioner specializing in alchemy. Sound Healing For archetype consciousness coaching advanced light meditation and transmission homeopathy. Believes that continually growing once awareness, understanding and knowledge of the chucker system is a most practical way for living a more balanced alliance, successful and Fulfilling Life Colin created his first full time wellness center in nine, hundred, ninety four, and has studied and certified on various. Mazda practitioners, including Dr, Ryan, or banners, and would renowned sound healer and Inuit Sherry, Edward, so as you can imagine topics for today are going to be in and around sound and vibration, frequency and healing in consciousness, and you're gonNA. Really enjoy today's conversation so Golan welcome to our show, and are you ready to inspire? Yes I am thank you. Thank you very much for having me on the show and Yes, ready to inspire is all about that right? I mean a lot of people talk about. On spirituality and social growth, and all sort of things and And those conversations can become quite hetty often approach from a left brain kind of side. The question at the end of the day's would actually we inspired you today, and that's what he wants about being letting Spiridon, and and really living by inspiration, though yes ready to inspire today, you Betcha. Absolutely and also listeners for some context as you probably know most of the guests that I've interviewed in the past activity, ninety percent of our business in the US. and. Especially since I am in a very conscious and you know spinach centered place. Vancouver was to reach out to some of the experts and visionaries and healers in the vicinity, and perhaps having person conversations with them, and so calling is actually bist into Victoria, not far from Vancouver, and this is me going in the direction of connecting with amazing people locally, and then, if possible, now that's a hint having in percent of us with folks in my community about healing about sound about frequency. Right so super excited about this session collapse. We can start with your childhood. What was it like growing up in your husband? And where did you grow up? I grew up near Hamburg Germany Two years old when I immigrated to Canada. and. So, what was it like growing up? I grew up in a very small city of about forty thousand people between Hambleton over. A city that has no post. Post secondary education, though virtually everybody after great thirteen, the Germans middle different from the Canadian like after great for you begin to specialize the either day in the General School, the Middle School until grade, ten or you early on Tuesday academic route Nicole was called high school, which is basically great, five hundred, thirteen, leading towards post secondary education. So virtually all my friends including myself degrade thirteen. We went somewhere else because there was no other place to study and I studied. At the university, of Munich for a year while it's actually not really quite true I enrolled in. In our school of law at the University of Munich, I went to one lecture and I thought that everybody else was like. Advanced compared to me and I decided to drive truck for year instead of going to university so I did that. And then I decided to study business administration and I enrolled at the University of Hamburg. I went to a few lectures. Derek got few credits and just couldn't wait for my ticket to leave. Germany, I was Prior to that thirteen years old spent a Lotta Time in France on exchange program. That's. That was A. That was very. Informative for me that Germany's a place that's really know for tunnel vision, and that's just very dramatic. Way is just like you basically almost like you just have blinders around yourself dislike like a horse. Pulling a cart in a way and that's in a way. That's the dramatic way of seeing you'd think of the way geographic on Germany's a wedge between East, and West Germany. That's just like the mind. Develop Sideway, though when I was thirteen years old I got the opportunity to do a debate in an exchange program. The French student and that was kind of my first. And my mind that there was also. A different wages. And absolutely loved it, and I remember like being We as a family are my host family I would go out with a with a fisherman on the little fisher boat are hardly tours and I thought to myself at the two year old. When I'm old. Enough I'M GONNA leave this place Germany, and I'm going to move to France on. We're GONNA become a fisherman. and they went over seventeen or eighteen years old. I thought I can't wait to get away from here