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Upper West Side Divided After New York City Opts To Move Homeless Residents From Hotel Lucerne

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

Upper West Side Divided After New York City Opts To Move Homeless Residents From Hotel Lucerne

"People we've been staying at an Upper West Side Manhattan hotel will be moved soon. The announcement from City Hall last night drew applause from resident Lisa Levinson, who watched his several ambulances and a fire truck pulled up at the Lucerne Hotel before 7 A.m.. We've seen urination belligerence belligerence towards towards people. people. It's It's just just been been the the fear. fear. We We have have senior senior citizens citizens that that don't don't leave leave the the building, building, take take their their daily daily walks walks because because they're they're afraid afraid to to go go out. out. The attorney representing a coalition of Upper West Siders, who threatened to sue former Giuliani administration official Randy Mastro called it a win win for the homeless men and for the community to the mayor's credit. He listens to the community and addressed a crisis. Those who welcomed the men to the neighborhood called the opposition racism. City Councilwoman Helen Rosenthal called it a sad day when the mere threat of a lawsuit can get City Hall to reverse a decision. On

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"helen rosenthal" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

09:28 min | 7 months ago

"helen rosenthal" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"Great question and I do think again as a member of the budget negotiating team in the room with Speaker Johnson as these decisions are being made when the city adopts the budget. Every year every year we have held steadfast at two hundred fifty million dollars to the to reserve every single one of the last Couple of years. I'm tired of that speaker. Melissa Mark Viverito did the Saint so Yes you're right the the common Number is something around. Ten to twelve percent of a budget should be in reserves. Were a little bit low in that. We're starting off with about eight to nine. Billion in reserves some of that money and reserves right now really cannot be touched and we're tapping into about four billion. I actually would hold back and happened to three billion and find additional one billion in cuts but no I mean sensibly i. I don't care what you call it. A rainy day fund reserves whatever. The city has those we've been holding them back and we are using them now that we have a crisis. I would argue. We're in a crisis. We should also borrow money to pay for incredibly important things. We need to fund now so we could keep talking about city. Budget issues had a manage this fiscal crisis for quite a long time more. And I'm biting my tongue with some other questions on that but we do have just a few more minutes. We want to get to another issue. That you've been focused on a lot in are going to be addressing in the coming days in a in a series format that's domestic violence In your in your capacity as chair of the City Council Committee on Women and Gender Equity You will be co-chairing hearing on Friday on domestic violence. I'm can you tell us a little bit about what that hearings GonNa look like what you're hoping to get out of it? Well thank you for that. You know Terms many we've been watching the data very closely and the the find with a findings that were seeing. Were were really concerned that while. Dvd has always been underground And covert nineteen is pushing it. Further underground Hooley exacerbated the power and Control Dynamic. That's used by abusers domestic violences as complicated as the people who are involved are complicated because social in a public health crisis. And there's no one silver bullet so for that reason. We're holding oversight hearing This coming Friday at one o'clock people can go on the city council website and dream that live We will be. It's an oversight hearing to examine. What is the city doing to address the needs of domestic violence survivors within the couvert? Nineteen lockdown and I think We in all our discussions with providers. What we're seeing with. The data right now is caused. The hot winds are going down The number of DV. You know the radio runs. People are still calling nine one one but when they get there The police are not taking as many complaints and not making as many Iraq. So we WANNA understand why that's happening and just sort of make sure that you know. The police are well trained and learning as we all are learning about how to how to how to talk with survivors during This new situation of Cove D- And we WANNA know that the city is doing the best can to get word out the public that the hotline is up and going counselors are available. Shelters are available. They are doing their best to keep them. Covert free I do just want to get out the number of New York City Twenty Four Hours. Domestic violence hotline. It's one eight hundred six to one or six seven three with spells out hope so one eight hundred sixty one hope Borders protection are being enforced. That the if any of them in terms of their time has ended those timelines have been extended and so the protections are out. There are out there. We need people to know that they can reach out and get the help that they need. Okay well that's important information of course important hearing coming up on Friday I know we'll be. We're ready covering it. Actually headed the hearing Will be have more information out there for people City Council member Helen. Rosenthal thanks for taking some time. Thanks so much for having me on. I appreciate the opportunity to chat. You guys are always so smart. Try which by so Jarrett we've had a couple of great conversations as usual program With James Parrott on the economic fallout with Helen Rosenthal on city budgeting issues and domestic violence. There at the end of the conversation with officer are lingering for you here while I have the same thought I always do. Which is I wish. We had a three hour show as opposed to one hour one now with love to have spoke with James about the life cycle impact unemployment. Obviously we think of these things in macroeconomic terms you know. What's it going to mean for the Plymouth rate? What's IT GONNA mean? I state revenue in city revenue But obviously even a short spell of unemployment can change the entire course of your life's earnings and could affect a lot of other family financial decisions trying to wrap our arms around that probably something. It's too early to do but will talk eventually about that. And what cuts member. Rosenthal was just speaking about the. The hearing she has coming up reminds me Ben and this is the thing I know you guys have talked about this crisis that we're going through is is actually affecting the ability of government to kind of check and balance its response to that crisis. They can't have an in person city council meeting. It's got to be done remotely and that will also be truth for all the all the budget hearings and that's really interesting. Because as the councilman mentioned there are some real questions about what the city is doing the choices it's making the parameters at setting there's always a power differential between the mayor and the council in an emergency situation the Merican sees even more power Hopefully for good reasons whether it's canceling S. Y. Ep or other stuff and so it will be I think Fascinating and also maybe a little troubling to watch how the council attempts to mount its power to shape the budget despite not having the bully pulpit that it always has. Yeah I think those are great points on that last one you know. I do think it anyone is going to make sure that the council puts its imprint on the city budget. Looks like I think it will be Cory Johnson Young. He's been pretty aggressive with the mayor. this term. You know. The mayor's obviously in his final term Johnson. Meanwhile is first term speaker will be only one of course because because he's term limited out but he's going to be ranked for mayor in almost all certainty and he's been pretty aggressive budget. Go sheeting with the mayor last couple years. At least in terms of his the council's top priorities. So I think You know you'll probably find a way in the council. You know even if they have to do their work remotely they. They have a lot of power. You're in so I think I expect him in them to exercise. It and I think you know it's free. They were a little slow in doing it but but they did get digital capacity up and running and they started only earrings. And they're holding them you know today and tomorrow and Friday and they're gonNA hold a budget hearing relatively soon and maybe a series of them so I think we're gonNA see that really ramp up soon. What kind of Imprint a point I think one of the big outstanding questions is though we heard this from councilmember. Rosenthal is you know. The city council wants to cut anything. really wants to find much savings except maybe sometimes they want the mayor to trim his priorities a bit so they can spend more money on other things that the council has been a big proponent for more reserves in savings is not really true. I mean you know. They've certainly sort of put at flag out there each year but they haven't really pushed that hard for the savings to be bigger than they've been in everybody's acknowledged he'd been a little bit smaller than they should be so I think that'll be a really interesting dynamic. Coming up a lot to look at a lot of questions will have a chance to tease out of the next few weeks. Have a great week in the greatest city in the world do..

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"helen rosenthal" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:38 min | 9 months ago

"helen rosenthal" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Rape this story symbolizes the fact is something is terribly lacking within the NYPD's special victims division the incident shows a lack of staffing and proper training says city councilwoman Helen Rosenthal and then the guys out and he rapes he assaults three more women so we are calling on the mayor today to create a new leads a world class special victims division at city hall Marla diamond WCBS newsradio eight eighty campaign twenty twenty super Tuesday tomorrow will be the first time Mike Bloomberg appears on a ballot the billionaire former mayor focused most of his fundraising on super Tuesday states he was on sixty minutes last night criticizing president trump for appointing loyalists to important government posts plain and simple you get some expert you put in my room and say okay now who should we go higher to do this job who's the best person in the world we'll start there asking what party they remember of how they voted the last time it is so nonsensical if you are sick do you really want to go to a doctor who was politically correct or if somebody that knew how to treat your disease Bloomberg campaigned in Alabama yesterday one of fourteen states holding primaries tomorrow on super Tuesday and if you're just joining us we've just learned minutes ago Amy clover char is dropping out of the race she will endorse Joe Biden at his rally in Dallas tonight one forty eight at WCBS and again whether together on the eight sponsored by spectrum business now a crash.

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"helen rosenthal" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"helen rosenthal" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Joseph Maguire acting intelligence head is on the hot seat to Port Authority will today vote on a proposal to raise tolls and fares at bridges and tunnels on the way to the airport and on path among the plans increasing told by a dollar on the GWB Lincoln tunnel Holland tunnel Outerbridge crossing gobbles bridge and the bay own bridge going from fifteen to sixteen dollars and three after more than a decade governor Cuomo and his long time girlfriend centrally announce they are ending their relationship their statement said the of realize that their lives have gone in different directions the couple put a house that they shared in Westchester on the market back in may at ten seventeen the equipment needed to make homemade ghost guns will be illegal in New York City city council passed a measure from councilwoman Helen Rosenthal to make possession of or the disposal of the metal on finish frames a misdemeanor ghost guns are call back because they do not have serial numbers and controversy has erupted around the new movie joker some say it glorifies violence the FBI is also looking into online posts by the stream is about the film CBS correspondent Barry Peterson is in Aurora Colorado where police say the movie will not be shown at the theater were twelve people died in a mass shooting back in two thousand twelve is expected.

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"helen rosenthal" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"helen rosenthal" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"By police officer last month and their lawyers are calling for the officers arrest describing him as a ticking time bomb, family members and attorneys gathered in weather's field. That's where officer lay L A Luzia shop eighteen year old Anthony Jose Vega. Crews on April twentieth firing at the windshield of his car. When the officer says it came right at him. Prosecutors are investigating lawyers say officer alluvia had problems dealing with stressful situations when he worked for the Manchester police force his attorney says the shooting was justified because his client's life was in danger. So called ghost guns which are homemade and untraceable her at the center of a city council Bill that would make it illegal to own the parts to make one of those weapons. CBS reporter, Mike spelt served from the bills co sponsored a complicated. Do it yourself home project, but city council member Helen Rosenthal says you can purchase online eighty percent of all the parts that go into making a gun imports to these so-called. Ghost guns can be sold to anyone without a background check their untraceable to no serial number attached. That presents a significant threat to public safety says council member Rosenthal accurately, something that we want to get out head up. We wanna make sure that your shitty is leading the way as we have. And so many other gun issues. Bill count some of Rosenthal's co-sponsoring would make it a misdemeanor. If someone is called carrying the parts used to make these homemade ghost guns. The state is also looking at similar legislation. Goes guns are already a legal in New Jersey, and Connecticut is on the verge of doing the same thing. Mike, smells, CBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty efforts to boost Connecticut's minimum wage to fifteen dollars. Continue with the appropriations committee advancing legislation that would increase the current ten dollars and ten cents hourly rate to fifteen dollars over three years starting January first the measure would also link future minimum wage hikes to the consumer price index a vote in the assembly last night was delayed. Lawmakers may take it up again today. It's.

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"helen rosenthal" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"helen rosenthal" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"WCBS relatives of a Connecticut man killed by a police officer last month and their lawyers are calling for the officers arrest describing him as a ticking time bomb, family members editors gathered in weather's field. That's where officer Lael alluvia shot. Eighteen year old Athy Jose Vega. Crews on April twentieth firing at the windshield of his car. When the officer says the vehicle came right at him. Prosecutors are investigating while you're saying officer a Luzia had problems dealing with stressful situations what he worked for the Manchester police force. His attorney says the shooting was justified because his client's life was in danger so-called ghost. Guns, which are homemade and untraceable Hertha the center of a city council Bill that would make it illegal to own the parts to make one of those weapons WCBS reporter, Mike smelled served from the bills co-sponsor complicated. Do it yourself home project, but city council member Helen Rosenthal says you can purchase online eighty percent of all the parts that go into making a gun imports to these so-called. Ghost guns can be sold to anyone without a background check their untraceable to no serial number attached. That presents a significant threat to public safety says council member Rosenthal. It's absolutely something that we want to get out ahead of we want to make sure that your city is leading the way as we have in so many other gun issues. The Bill councilmember Rosenthal is co-sponsoring would make it a misdemeanor. If someone is called carrying the parts used to make these homemade ghost guns. The state is also looking at similar legislation. Goes guns are already a legal in New Jersey. Connecticut is on the verge of doing the same thing. Mike shmelts CBS News Radio. Eight eighty hit is twelve twenty two. Travis nose to the doctors. And these are the doctor's.

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"helen rosenthal" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"helen rosenthal" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"June of twenty seventeen and tested this past January. It was battery operated not hardwired in Harlem, Sean Adams, WCBS, NewsRadio eighty President Trump's New York state tax returns could be released to congress under a Bill being considered in the state legislature. Here's rich lamb Senator Brad Hoyle men's legislation would authorize and direct the New York state tax department to share the state tax returns of any New Yorker on the written request of any of three congressional tax committees in wash. Washington. Of tax returns. And report that our Bill would cover would include personal income tax corporation, tax state, tax real estate transfer tax and others. We're not certain exactly what's in an individual's tax return. But there's a lot of information at the state level that would be shared with the congressional committee. Those committees include House Ways and means Senate finance and the joint committee on taxation oilman says the president has broken forty years of political tradition by not releasing his returns. This is a corrective measure Richland WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty ghost guns. Could soon be illegal in the city. The city council is considering legislation to make it illegal to have the guns which are made from parts, but online they have no serial numbers and cannot be traced Manhattan councilwoman. Helen Rosenthal tells the daily news it's unnerving that anyone with an internet connection can make a customized gun at home. She says the technology is one step. Up ahead of us and step forward for the bad guys over and lift drivers stage to to our strike the morning calling for job security and higher wages. Our Marla diamond is in Brooklyn where some of the protests took place drivers slowed rush hour traffic on the Brooklyn Bridge and headed down to the Wall Street bull to protest. Uber's IPO. Janet Kwan with taxi workers. Alliance says Uber is getting rich off the backs of.

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"helen rosenthal" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"helen rosenthal" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Billed as a walkout for real change isn't just here. It's taking place at Google offices around the world last week a story in the New York Times said Android software, creator Andy Rubin received a ninety million dollars severance package in two thousand fourteen after he'd been accused of sexual misconduct. He denied the allegations the same article talked about accusations against other executives including Richard divall. He was involved in the self driving car initiative. He had remained on the job after allegations of sexual misconduct surfaced a few years ago, Google confirms he has resigned without severance Google CEO Sundar Pichai as apologized for the company's past actions in an Email to employees yesterday. He said he's fully committed to making progress on an issue that has persisted far too long at Google and throughout our society. Putting sex crimes? Investigators in the shoes of a victim. That's the intent of legislation passed unanimously by the city council sponsor Helen Rosenthal, says she's heard some awful stories have said that they were asked questions that showed that the detective had an assumption about the victim that was unwarranted like you were drinking, and he was drinking. What do you expect legislation will require all sex crimes? Investigators to take part in a comprehensive victim Centric program. And then demonstrate proficiency in what they learn checking AccuWeather.

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"helen rosenthal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"helen rosenthal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Investigations of sexual abuse. Inside city jails are poorly done and take too long to complete. What's more, the majority of those who file complaints never learned the outcomes of the investigations WNYC's? Cindy says says those are the findings of an audit done by the New York City board of correction, which oversees local jails the audit looked at forty two cases of abuse and harassment. The majority of the alleged victims were men and staff were the accused perpetrators in sixty percent of the cases. The report says investigators failed to interview witnesses more than half the time failed to interview alleged perpetrators nearly half the time and failed to secure crime scenes in all, but one case Manhattan councilwoman Helen Rosenthal says that shows the department of correction doesn't take allegations seriously, which sends a chilling message to inmates. Why would you come forward? If you know that not only are you not going to get Justice. You may put a target on your back by reporting inmates say they often suffer repercussions after coming forward with abuse allegations. Overall, investigators substantiated only one of the forty two cases, but the audit found that in about twenty of them. Investigators didn't explain how they came to their conclusions. But Serena Townsend who runs the department of corrections investigations division says the documents that were reviewed by the auditors weren't meant to provide the full scope of investigations, she says, there's good reason why for instance, investigators don't always interview alleged perpetrators. Well, actually in four those instances, we reviewed video and video confirmed that the allegation was completely unfounded. And so in that situation and interview with not necessary. But in two cases, the alleged perpetrators were staff members who were not interviewed because they were either out sick or didn't respond. Townsend says going forward reports to be reviewed by auditor. Will contain more details. Cindy rodriguez. WNYC news..

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"helen rosenthal" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"helen rosenthal" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"These, kinds of, tragedies from happening. Ever again, the city now knows how to prevent these kinds of data with. Protected bike lane takes he says is political. Will and city council member Helen Rosenthal says that's, getting their DOT has assured me they're working on, this and I expect they're gonna come back with a good plan on the Upper West side Steve burns WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty teenager was clock going out one hundred thirty six miles an hour On the Staten, Island expressway now eighteen year old diamond Cosa Vick is charged, with felony and the city's, begun proceedings to confiscate is brand new dodge. Charger all this from the Staten Island advance the highway patrol officers. I, clocked the suspect at eighty six miles an hour and a fifty mile an hour zone. Then followed, him as he accelerated to one hundred. And thirty six miles an hour and a fifty mile. An hour zone he was stopped and arrested at a red light after he got off the highway police said. He had an eighteen year old girl in the car with him and he was arrested without incident Rather than. Just raising prices to account for higher wages some. High end restaurant tours want the city to allow them to pass along the increase cost as a surcharge a, group including one hundred restaurants including Nobu tau Smith and will linski Tribeca grill Daniel wanna be allowed to add a three to five percent church surcharge that specifically. States where the money's going the restaurant tours worry the governor Cuomo. Cuomo may raise the minimum wage. For tipped employees to fifteen dollars an hour from its. Current eight dollars and sixty five cents an hour and our supporter of this. Is a Staten Island city council member John Borelli people in. New York wonder. Why the ten dollar hamburgers now costing fifteen dollars this allow restaurant owners to basically itemize and show where the costs are going it's one eighteen WCBS.

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"helen rosenthal" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"helen rosenthal" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Of a. Purple heart in university heights Steve burns WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty handcuff thief bolted. From the NYPD's anti-crime unit happened in SoHo at seven twenty five last night and he still on the Lam the guy had been arrested for stealing from Nike's, flagship SoHo stored Broadway and. Spring street a, moments after he was coffee took off into a public housing project that was nearby police lost track of him, they continue their. Search a is in custody for allegedly taking his infant from the. Mother in a shelter in queens Drome Pippen's was captured by police in Harlem A child eight month old August Pippen's has been taken to Harlem hospital for observation police say. Jerome took the child after an argument with the mother at nine fifty five last night police had issued, an amber alert a. Measure to force Airbnb to turn. Over a list of their host addresses passed the city, council unanimously this week the Bill. Stipulates the addresses will land in, the office of special enforcement it's personnel Archer determined whether hosts, are actually home during. Rentals as required by state law ozone park Airbnb host, Lee Thomas I met with the office of special enforcement then. They just don't believe it home sharing period And they are half harassing people so I think this is just going to give them the ambition that. They need to know who's out there. Where to go yes I think it's going to be that. Day but council member Helen Rosenthal says legitimate hosts have. Nothing to worry about for Airbnb to, claim that the city goes after. Every apartment is just not. True where a complaint driven system right now we can. Only go, after a fraction of the apartments that are being rented out illegally she says the city simply wants to weed out the bad actors at city hall rich lamb WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty the NYPD filed, charges against the officer. Accused in the, chokehold death of, Eric garner that story ahead in three minutes let's say. You just bought a house bad news is you're one step closer to becoming your parents, you'll probably, multiple, on, anybody, noticed, you mow the lawn tell people to stay.

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"helen rosenthal" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"helen rosenthal" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Like we got some. Bad, weather coming in from the south yeah very. Very strong area of low pressure moving in from the south the heaviest rain right now, across a New Jersey. It's going, to move into the city, and, the, boroughs here within the next couple. Of hours and it will turn breezy as well. As that rain begins windy tonight that rain can be heavy at times, watch for flooding on roadways and in poor drainage areas the storm can produce wind gusts up to thirty five miles per hour in the city up to forty. Five, miles per hour along the jersey shore and on Long Island along. With some coastal flooding around high tide is we, fall to a low of sixty six Humid tomorrow with clouds. And sunshine can see another shower thunderstorm in the. Afternoon with a high of eighty two warm and muggy tomorrow night with a shower thunderstorm around the low of just seventy three degrees and then Joe on Monday rather cloudy still, a bit humid more showers thunderstorms around with. A high of eighty two and it looks to, remain unsettled more chances for showers. And. Thunderstorms really Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday the rest of the week looks to. Stay, unsettled, Joe as this area of low pressure doesn't seem to be, in a hurry to go much of anywhere lovely. Something to look forward to w CBS news time five ten NYPD officer Daniel Pantaleo who put, Eric garner in a chokehold has been charged by the NYPD with violating its rules against using such chokehold to subdue suspect this from the daily news the civilian complaint. Review board will prosecute the departmental case against officer Pantaleo he's been on desk duty since the July seventeenth two thousand fourteen incident Atlanta's thirty three he may yet face criminal charges in Garner's death the Justice department is still has not decided whether Pantaleo could be charged With violating civil rights law speed cameras. In New York City school zones turn off Wednesday governor Cuomo urge the. State Senate to return to Albany immediately to push. Let pass legislation to extend the speed. Camera program we have to stop playing political games. And remember they actually represent the people in there in a responsible position A, measure to force Airbnb to, turn over list of their host addresses past New York City council this week and, it passed, unanimously the Bill stipulates the dresses will. Land in the, office of special enforcement it's personnel Archer determine whether hosts are actually home. During rentals as required by state law ozone park. Airbnb host Lee Thomas I met with the office especially enforcement then they just don't believe it home sharing period And they are happy harassing people so I think this is just going to give them. The admonition, that they need to know who's out there and where to go yes, I think it's going to be. A sad day but council member Helen Rosenthal says. Legitimate hosts have nothing to? Worry, about for Airbnb to claim that the city goes after every apartment is just not true, where a complaint driven. System, right now we can only go after a fraction of the apartments. That are being. Rented out illegally. She says the city simply wants to weed out. The bad actors. At city hall rich lamb WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty the Mets lose.

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"helen rosenthal" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"helen rosenthal" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Now let's get the forecast from our meteorologist steve travis joe certainly trending a lot wetter in windy years we get through the next twenty four hours or so some sunshine will give way to clowns this afternoon some rain arriving as we approach evening a high of seventy eight windy tonight rain will be heavy enough to cause flooding of streets highways in poor drainage areas that can also be wind gusts of up to forty five miles per hour on the coast up to thirty five miles an hour in the city could see some flooding as well during high tide low of sixty six clouds at some sunshine tomorrow with a shower thunderstorm in the afternoon evening high of eighty two finally joe on monday cloudy and humid couple of showers and thunderstorms a high of eighty four are pattern certainly changed thank you steve travis w._c._b._s. news time one ten n._y._p._d. officer daniel pantaleo who's blamed in the death of eric garner was charged with violating n._y. PD rules against using a to subdue a suspect this from the. Daily, news the civilian complaint review board, will prosecute the departmental case against Pantaleo who has. Been on desk duty since. The July, seventeenth. Two thousand fourteen incident a governor Cuomo urged. The New York state Senate to return to Albany immediately to pass speed camera legislation We, have to stop playing political games and remember they actually represent the people in there in a responsible position The speed camera legislation expires on Wednesday A measure to force Airbnb to turn over list. Of their host, addresses passed city council unanimously this week. Which lamb has this the Bill stipulates the addresses will. Land in the office of special enforcement it's personnel Archer determine whether hosts are actually home, during rentals, as, required, by, state, law ozone park Airbnb host Lee Thomas I met with the office of special enforcement than they. Just don't believe it home sharing period and they are half harassing people so i think this is just going to give them the ammunition that they need to know who's out there where to go yes i think it's going to be that day but council member helen rosenthal's as legitimate hosts have nothing to worry about for airbnb to claim that the city goes after every apartment is just not true where a complaint driven system right now we can only go after a fraction of the apartments that are being rented out illegally she says the city simply wants to weed out the bad actors at city hall rich lamb w._c._b._s. newsradio eight eighty.

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"helen rosenthal" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"helen rosenthal" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Whether hosts are actually home during rentals as required, by. State law, ozone park Airbnb host Lee Thomas I met with the office of special enforcement than they just don't, believe it, home, sharing period And they are half harassing people so. I think this is just going to give them the information that they need to, know who's out there where, to go yes I think it's going. To be that day but council member Helen Rosenthal. Says legitimate hosts have nothing to worry about for Airbnb to claim that. The city goes after every apartment is just. Not true where a complaint driven system right now we can only go after a fraction of the apartments. That are being rented out illegally she says the city simply wants to weed out the bad actors at city hall rich lamb WCBS NewsRadio eight eight WCBS news time five thirty four. Albany did not take action to keep them going so about, one hundred. And forty speed cameras around schools in the city you're. Going to be shut off next week now that's unless the state Senate heads back to, Albany for, a, special, vote, on, an extension WCBS reporter Mike smells telling us the is on to have them do just that The assembly already passed an extension of the city speed, camera program it's up, to Senate, majority leader Republican John Flanagan to. Call special sessions so that the Senate can vote on the Bill before the Wednesday deadline say that the possibilities are strong Republican. State, Senator Marty golden Brooklyn says he's been talking with the Senate, majority leader and that calls are being made to other senators to try to get everyone back to Albany for a vote I will be able to get there before the final date we're trying to get there by the twenty fifth tomato that's an a very very. Important date the Democrats led by governor Cuomo had laid the blame of the near, expiration of the speed camera, program on Republicans in the Senate golden. Says the governor is playing politics and that a. Special session can only happen if the sole focus of that session is. On speed cameras and not anything else quo. Democrats may want to bring up like solidifying abortion rights and Benson hers Mike's melts WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty. WCBS's time five thirty five a reminder ten months after hurricane Maria worry Rico still has big problems more than five hundred buildings are still without power now the Puerto Rico electric power authority is in, shambles and bankrupt with the number of resignations in recent weeks many fear that could leave the system vulnerable to collapse if we see another storm during this. Hurricane, season it's five thirty-six listened to WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty anytime anywhere. Now. To do that you need the radio dot com app so download that, and then favorite us right away This Friday pseudo mission impossible fallout, ninety five percent fresh on rotten tomatoes..

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"helen rosenthal" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"helen rosenthal" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Everyone. Responsible for the murder of a Bronx teenager known, as junior all twelve suspects indicted yesterday At the time of the murder in late June thorny decided to put extra staff on the crime stoppers hotline with so many tips coming in leading to praise from. Commissioner Jimmy O'Neill and what the NYPD so here's what I learned is that people aren't just going to stand idly by Bronx. District, attorney Dr sell Clark also updated the case and said previous reports mentioning a, sex tape as, motivation for revenge were inaccurate It took a lot of time to sort. Out a number of those things but as far as we know it was no relation to, any sex tape in court junior's mother screamed out assess. Sinoe at the suspects murderer and Spanish James flippin for seven ten. W o our New York City councils pass legislation cracking down on. Airbnb, councilwoman, Helen Rosenthal says the Bill requires the company to give all the names and. Addresses of its, hosts here in New York City. There are thousands of units, that, are, being rented out illegally apartments being taken off the market and people are making are financially. Incentivized to do this it is illegal to rent out an apartment for under thirty days so this would open up all of the hosts soup potential fines. Airbnb though accuses city of being a bellhop for the big hotels over in Jersey City as of today it is going to decriminalize marijuana the policy, supported by mayor Steve Philip and the chief municipal prosecutor Jay Cutler Recommends that punishment for, use in the city be no more than a fifty. Dollar fine and five hours of community service dot says that this. Will increase the racial Justice free of law enforcement to focus on. Other, issues, Fulop is bragging that the city is the first in New Jersey to do. This and in, his opinion it is the right. Approach a bus drivers been, fired, after, mooning another driver and cursing, at him New Jersey dot com posted a video of this incident Your bus Yeah.

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Longhorn tick found in nine counties

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

02:33 min | 2 years ago

Longhorn tick found in nine counties

"That still have the delays. In Connecticut southbound turnpike through Fairfield from an earlier accident northbound delays as well into that same. Area and, some good news to on Long Island on the eastbound l. i. e. at, the northern, state Parkway and. Earlier crash there. That's, been cleared away as well our next traffic update less than ten, minutes away on WCBS good afternoon meteorologist Bob Larsen quite comfortable. Out there, today is, surly is back. And good afternoon and not just, for a, day we've got great weather for at. Least, two or three days sunshine this afternoon breezy much lower. Humidity and high temperature eighty six clear tonight thirty. Cooler overnight lows sixty four bit tablet into the fifties across. Many outlying areas and bright and sunny tomorrow won't be much of a. Breeze but he ability levels will stay very low tomorrow, at eighty, two degrees, at again at least. Mostly sunny on Friday too humid slightly, warmer And Friday at eighty four it is currently sunny temperatures range from, seventy eight Middlebury to eighty four and Somerville it's eighty three of its Avalon heavy six loses meteorologist Bob Larsen in. The Jeb you CBS weather center Bob it's one tenant WCBS the New York, City council today passed a Bill cracking down on Airbnb WCBS. Is rich lamb has details the measure requires Airbnb and other online rental platforms to turn over the addresses of their hosts so the city can, determine whether apartments our homes are being rented legally and we. Looked in two thousand, fifteen of the twenty thousand listings roughly half were illegal Wore illegal according to, the state, multiple dwelling two thousand ten which requires that if someone's renting out their apartment. Building with lots of apartments they can rent out but they have to be present they can't rent out their apartment, leave town and all of a sudden. Have some stranger living in their apartment councilwoman Helen Rosenthal. Says some unscrupulous renters are leasing rent regulated apartments making. The market even tighter Airbnb calls the bill's supporters bell hops for the big hotel. Corporations at city hall rich lamb WCBS, NewsRadio eight eighty listen up if you plan on going to any wooded. Areas in West Chester this summer like a nature park the long the, long horned tick has. Now been spotted. At multiple locations. In the county the Westchester county health department says it's not known if the Longhorn tick has. Transmitted diseases to humans in the US but the people should still take. Caution Longhorn tick was recently found in New Jersey as well it's, also known to cause Harm to. Crops and livestock so if you're headed to a park or nature preserve where..

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"helen rosenthal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"helen rosenthal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Battery holder we're using each of the explosives law enforcement says the investigation still ongoing christopher combs with the fbi says agencies are not sure they will ever release the bombers video confession is there a value in releasing the audio we are concerned that it could inspire other people to do other acts austin police chief brian manley has called the bomber a domestic terrorist but law enforcement agencies say they're still working to determine a motive for npr news i'm audrey mcglinchey in austin china's filing a complaint with the world trade organization against us tariffs on steel and aluminum products neva based trade body says china is asking for sixty days negotiate with the us to resolve the dispute you're listening to to npr news this is wnyc in new york good morning i'm richard hake saito four thirty nine degrees overcast right now expected mostly cloudy day today with a high near fifty one degrees city council members are asking top nypd officials how the department handles sex crimes this comes two weeks after a report by the department of investigation finding these special victims division has just sixty seven detectives to investigate nearly six thousand cases a year here's councilwoman helen rosenthal from the upper west side at a hearing yesterday you created a brand new grand larceny unit with three hundred officers and you're telling me that's more important then the sp de the report also criticized the training officers received but at that hearing nypd deputy commissioner susan harmon defended the training of officers that they get before joining the special victims division knowing into forty hours of training with victim advocates around the city shouldn't be overlooked it's not something that most police departments do and police defended the staffing levels they say they're adding though twenty more detectives this month and hope to reduce the case loads to about fifty eight cases a year for each detective mayor de blasio is not enthusiastic about.

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"helen rosenthal" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"helen rosenthal" Discussed on WINS 1010

"Way orders at a cherry hill new jersey toys r us when he was shopping he decided he payoff 62 layoff orders for strangers and then bought another two thousand dollars worth of toys so that everyone in the store could pick out three toys to donate to toys for todd sandy did all anonymously and he did samaritan identified himself only as charlie k and said he just wanted to fulfill some christmas wishes for people wins news time twelve five now the official 10 10 ransack eu weather forte forecast partly cloudy overnight low 42 in midtown but a lot of suburbs will see temperatures dropping into the '30s later today so son but windy and cooler high forty eight with real feel temps in the thirties then we're expecting three straight days of sunshine first on monday with a high fifty then on tuesday is reach a high fifty six and again on wednesdays at warms up even more to a high of fifty nine fifty one right now partly cloudy going down to forty two in midtown while new yorkers were taking part in small business saturday supporting momandpop retailers a new study says the number of empty storefronts in this city is way up the study was done by city council member helen rosenthal who says retail vacancies in new york have been on the rise for a decade she tells ten ten wins about a bills she is proposing that would eliminate the city's commercial rent tax that a less than five hundred thousand in or a million dollar would not have to pay know hack that frankly is only put on small business on businesses in manhattan between 96th street and can now many business owners blamed the empty storefronts on rising rents that are triple and quadruple what they were just ten years ago the search is on for two suspects after subway slashing saturday in town police say it started as an argument then turned violent a man in a woman slashed another subway rider while they were waiting for six train at thirtythird street it happened just after four in the morning the 35yearold victim was cut on one finger and needed a trip.

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"helen rosenthal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"helen rosenthal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The past we're both out the door but i would say like in the three years or so that i'm dealing myth i think i called the police in that situation navy wondered white to reach immobile crisis team people miss called new york city well which is the city's mental health hotline a team received more than eighteen thousand call for a year that's far fewer than the number pouring into nye one one the city's emergency system receives over 130000 calls each year about someone who's having a mental health crisis senator league as wnyc needs mayor de blasio was working on new legislation that would make it easier for the nypd to ticket businesses that flout the city's electric bike loss this after a wnyc reports that the current law is too cumbersome to enforce our steven nessan has the story wnyc reported that the nypd has been cracking down on individual delivery people who use illegal electric bikes but not enforcing a law that allows them to ticket the businesses that employ them speaking on the brian lehrer show mayor de blasio says he's working on changing the current law it too vague it does not make enforcement of the business uh logistically practical it's not tough enough the mayor wants to allow the nypd tim mail a summons to the owner of the business according to an aide right now police are required to track down the official agent and personally serve the summons city councilman helen rosenthal who represents the upper west side is drafting legislation that would force businesses to affirm that they will not use illegal electric bikes one that on wrecker if it becomes clear through for example the mayor's idea of nypd having to issue a feminine back praying qpu mount out there how men could play in two how hard if issue it pursued her constituent matthew shuffler the crew seeding citizen activist profiled by wnyc says both of these are good ideas but he he has a third way would be easier to address this at the source of most produced by apart right outside the restaurants that are are.

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