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"haven harrington" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:26 min | 2 months ago

"haven harrington" Discussed on KCRW

"Your place in Chicago? So there's a bunch of expenses, so there's my mortgage. I also have a Chafee's my homeowner's insurance and taxes and that all comes out to about $1700 a month. I am still paying those bills. You've got tenants who won't pay anything to you. Ah, and at some point you must begin to run out of money. Also. Yeah. I could potentially lose my property in which I I renovated myself, You know, paid my friends and Pete thought help paint the walls. We redid the floors like I truly consider this my home. It's not an income property. Are there any any kind of assistance programs that might help you and Cook County or the state of Illinois said there is one program that it's a $5000 Grant. Your tenant has to apply for it around. 200,000 tenants have applied and it's a lottery about 30,000. Landlords will receive $5000 my tenants only over $12,000 in rent. So if I am able to get into that lottery, that would be incredible, but it unfortunately really only helps a little bit. Is there anyone you can ask for help? I imagine you have surveyed the landscape pretty much already. I think absolute worst case scenario. I could maybe ask my parents, but my parents are older. They want to retire and no, they're not going to retire because I have to support my tenants. That's not right. My dad was furloughed and my mom actually has cancer. So she's been on leave. So I have, you know my own personal things going on as well. I hate to ask this but have you thought about evicting your tenants? Yes. So I actually contact an attorney in March when they were early and not paying. They stopped responding to me completely. I had no idea what to Dio. This isn't the only place I own. I'm not like a professional landlord by any means. And he recommended that I tried affected them. And the purpose of that was actually to just start a conversation. So I figured if they received an eviction notice, maybe we could start a conversation. Work something out s O. My first court date was scheduled for July. 20th. Then I received a notice that it had been moved to August 17th. And now I received another notice that it has been moved to December 23rd. By then my tenants will have been in my unit rent free for nine months. And Willow. You almost $20,000 or something about that. On the other hand in this economy, if you evicted them with their be any guarantee anybody else could move in. If I'm able to get the now I will probably just try to sell this unit. I just Except said that I probably won't be getting any of that money back. To be honest, The sooner I can get my tenants out, the sooner I can sell my property and stop losing on it every single month. In the best of all possible worlds. The people who are in that apartment now. Would be able to pay right? Yes, but they can't at the moment they can't or they will not. I'm not sure the unfortunate truth is that we do have tenants are taking advantage of the situation. Right now, the way the victim moratorium in Britain, there is no incentive for attendants to work with landlords. My tenants have been spoken to me in months, and they legally don't have Tio with housing crisis. It's now somehow become my civic duty to provide free housing. It doesn't make any fence. And we're putting this burden solely on landlords. Katrina Balala, who owns a small property in Chicago, Thank you so much for being with us. Thanks for having me. Corona virus has hit some groups in the US harder than others. Tomorrow on weekend edition Sunday, the lead researcher of a new study explains why black and Latino communities have been so badly hurt in the reasons are different and very specific. Tune in for that conversation with Lou tomorrow by telling your smart speaker to play NPR or your member station by name. Is not the first Saturday in May, But this is Kentucky Derby Day. Our after the postponing of the race is just one reason. The 146 Derby is one for the history books As W. F B L Stephanie Wolf explains. Maximum security often referred to as the two most exciting minutes in sports. The Kentucky Derby is also a marquee social event days a fanfare parties a parade, a massive fireworks show. Ah, a lot of that is gone this year due to the global pandemic and even more notable, none of 155,000 plus fans in the grandstands. Revision. Churchill Downs, the home of the Derby made recently. That's not all That's different this year, though, Louisville just marked 100, consecutive days of protest against racism and police violence and demonstrators plan to make Derby 101 days. Several groups held a press conference near Churchill Downs Friday. Is Aaron Jordan of No Justice, No peace. Louisville. We have several black organisations behind us, and we have full intent to black out their happened demands to cancel Derby. Something that's never been done before Haven Harrington is CEO and host of main event sports radio. He's covered the Derby for years. He thinks it should be run. It's the city's signature event. While the horse racing industry doesn't often weigh in on social justice issues, Harrington says, Now is not the time for silence in this town. You know, which is still waiting on bated breath for what's gonna happen with, you know Briana Taylor and the officers involved. Can't just be big hats in pretty dresses. You have to say and do something to acknowledge the situation. Churchill Downs did issue a statement Thursday afternoon, acknowledging how black jockeys once dominated the race, but were then excluded and acknowledging the pain community members feel right now as they wait for the state attorney general and FBI to conclude their investigation into the police, killing a Briana Taylor. But it's important to carry on, says Churchill Down CEO Bill Car Stange in here he is talking on CNBC support for healing important are our traditions and culture in our community..

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"haven harrington" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:23 min | 2 months ago

"haven harrington" Discussed on KQED Radio

"About 30,000. Landlords will receive $5000 my tenants only over $12,000 in rent. So if I am able to get into that lottery, that would be incredible. But it unfortunately really only helps a little bit. Is there anyone you can ask for help? I imagine you have surveyed the landscape pretty much already. I think absolute worst case scenario. I could maybe ask my parents, but my parents are older. They want to retire and no, they're not going to retire because I have to support my tenants. That's not right. My dad was furloughed and my mom actually has cancer says she's been on leave. So I have, you know my own personal things going on as well. I hate to ask this but have you thought about evicting your tenants? Yes. So I actually Contact an attorney in March when they were early and not paying. They stopped responding to me completely. I had no idea what to do. And this is the only place I own. I'm not like a professional landlord by any means. And he recommended that I tried affected them. And the purpose of that was actually to just start a conversation. So I figured if they received an eviction notice, maybe we could start a conversation. Work something out s O. My first court date was scheduled for July. 20th. Then I received a notice that it had been moved August 17th and I received another notice that it has been moved to December 23rd. By then my tenants will have been in my unit right free for nine months. And Willow. You almost $20,000 or something about that. On the other hand in this economy, if you evicted them with their be any guarantee anybody else could move in. If I'm able to get them out. I will probably just try to sell this unit. I just Accepted that I probably won't be getting any of that money back. To be honest, The sooner I can get my tenants out. The sooner I can sell my property and stop losing on it every single month in the best of all possible worlds. The people who are in that apartment now Would be able to pay right? Yes, but they can't at the moment they can't or they will not. I'm not sure the unfortunate truth is that we do have tenants are taking advantage of the situation. Right now, the way the victim moratorium is Britain, there is no incentive for tenants to work with landlords. My tenants have been spoken to me in months, and they legally don't have Tio with housing crisis. It's now somehow become my civic duty to provide free housing. It doesn't make any fence. And we're putting this burden solely on landlords. Katrina Balala, who owns a small property in Chicago, Thank you so much for being with us. Thanks for having me. Corona virus has hit some groups in the US harder than others. Tomorrow on weekend edition Sunday, the lead researcher of a new study explains why black and Latino communities have been so badly hurt in the reasons are different and very specific. Tune in for that conversation with Luke tomorrow by telling your smart speaker to play NPR your member station by name. If not the first Saturday in May. But this is Kentucky Derby Day after the postponing of the race is just one reason the 146 Derby is one for the history books As W. F B L Stephanie Wolf explains. Security often referred to as the two most exciting minutes in sports. The Kentucky Derby is also a marquee social event days. A fanfare Parties parade, a massive firework show. Ah, a lot of that is gone this year due to the global pandemic and even more notable None of 155,000 plus fans in the grandstands a revision Churchill Downs, the home of the Derby made recently. That's not all That's different this year. Louisville just marked 100 consecutive days of protest against racism and police violence and demonstrators plan to make Derby 101 days. Several groups held a press conference near Churchill Downs Friday. This's Ehren Jordan of No justice, No peace Louisville. We have several black organisations behind us, and we have full intent to black out their happened demands to cancel dirty something that's never been done before. Haven Harrington is CEO and host of main event sports radio. He's covered the Derby for years. He thinks it should be run. It's the city's signature event. But while the horse racing industry doesn't often weigh in on social justice issues, Harrington says, Now is not the time for silence in this town, you know, which is still waiting on bated breath for what's gonna happen with You know Briana Taylor and the officers involved can't just be big hats in pretty dresses. You have to say and do something to acknowledge the situation. Churchill Downs did issue a statement Thursday afternoon, acknowledging how black jockeys once dominated the race, but were then excluded and acknowledging the pain community members feel right now as they wait for the state attorney general and FBI to conclude their investigation into the police, killing a Briana Taylor. It's important to carry on, says Churchill Down CEO Bill Car Stange in here he is talking on CNBC support for hewing important are our traditions and culture in our community. Tell me how this will unify the community. The running of course, poet activist Hannah Drake lives near Churchill Downs. She's had a simmering frustration with the Derby for years. Even more. So, she says, as she faces arrest for obstructing the highway by protesting in the streets. But I for Darby, too inconvenient me and block off street, not let me pass that fine. Drake, who is black, recently wrote a letter to the CEO asking for some self reflection of the institutions, lack of black representation and a lack of in her opinion, compassion. This is the institution that can redeem itself and they need to start by asking himself. How can we be better neighbors? So this Adjacent community and to the very one way she thinks they could do better is by dumping a tradition, she says, is rooted in racism. Talking. Since the 19.

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Activists demanding justice for Breonna Taylor protested on Kentucky Derby Day

Weekend Edition Saturday

03:01 min | 2 months ago

Activists demanding justice for Breonna Taylor protested on Kentucky Derby Day

"The first Saturday in May. But this is Kentucky Derby Day after the postponing of the race is just one reason the 146 Derby is one for the history books As W. F B L Stephanie Wolf explains. Security often referred to as the two most exciting minutes in sports. The Kentucky Derby is also a marquee social event days. A fanfare Parties parade, a massive firework show. Ah, a lot of that is gone this year due to the global pandemic and even more notable None of 155,000 plus fans in the grandstands a revision Churchill Downs, the home of the Derby made recently. That's not all That's different this year. Louisville just marked 100 consecutive days of protest against racism and police violence and demonstrators plan to make Derby 101 days. Several groups held a press conference near Churchill Downs Friday. This's Ehren Jordan of No justice, No peace Louisville. We have several black organisations behind us, and we have full intent to black out their happened demands to cancel dirty something that's never been done before. Haven Harrington is CEO and host of main event sports radio. He's covered the Derby for years. He thinks it should be run. It's the city's signature event. But while the horse racing industry doesn't often weigh in on social justice issues, Harrington says, Now is not the time for silence in this town, you know, which is still waiting on bated breath for what's gonna happen with You know Briana Taylor and the officers involved can't just be big hats in pretty dresses. You have to say and do something to acknowledge the situation. Churchill Downs did issue a statement Thursday afternoon, acknowledging how black jockeys once dominated the race, but were then excluded and acknowledging the pain community members feel right now as they wait for the state attorney general and FBI to conclude their investigation into the police, killing a Briana Taylor. It's important to carry on, says Churchill Down CEO Bill Car Stange in here he is talking on CNBC support for hewing important are our traditions and culture in our community. Tell me how this will unify the community. The running of course, poet activist Hannah Drake lives near Churchill Downs. She's had a simmering frustration with the Derby for years. Even more. So, she says, as she faces arrest for obstructing the highway by protesting in the streets. But I for Darby, too inconvenient me and block off street, not let me pass that fine. Drake, who is black, recently wrote a letter to the CEO asking for some self reflection of the institutions, lack of black representation and a lack of in her opinion, compassion. This is the institution that can redeem itself and they need to start by asking himself. How can we be better neighbors? So this Adjacent community and to the very one way she thinks they could do better is by dumping a tradition, she says, is rooted in racism.

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