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San Francisco ramping up effort to track every COVID-19 case and contact

Pacifica Evening News

04:17 min | 5 months ago

San Francisco ramping up effort to track every COVID-19 case and contact

"San Francisco city officials are taking measures to repair this city for a win coronavirus restrictions are lifted including a new program for testing and contact tracking but the city is also facing criticism for their handling of the homeless population during the crisis K. because the woman is reports city officials in the new program for contact tracing will identify people who might have come into contact with an infected person the program is a partnership between the department of public health UCSF and the software company DiMaggio director of the department of public health grant Colfax is this program will be essential when the ultimately left the shelter in place orders and moved to a new phase of fighting the pandemic San Francisco's innovative new program will engage with individuals who test positive for covered nineteen to identify their recent close contacts specially trained outreach workers will then follow up remotely by phone or text with any individuals who may have been in contact with the covert positive patient these conversations will be voluntary confidential and culturally and linguistically appropriate city officials also gave an update on plans for housing vulnerable homeless people in hotel rooms the city is focusing on those who are coping nineteen positive or under investigation for having the virus those over sixty and we have underlying health conditions they now have placed a hundred and seventy four individuals in hotel rooms for homeless individuals that don't belong in these categories they plan to continue to reinforce social distancing and hygiene protocols in homeless shelters but San Francisco supervisors disagree with the city's response the unanimously approved an ordinance on Tuesday directing the mayor to procure eight thousand two hundred and fifty hotel rooms for homeless people and first responders night April twenty sixth the move follows a corona virus outbreak at a shelter the infected ninety two homeless people intend shelter staff in what's being called the largest homeless corona virus outbreak in the country supervisors say they've been warning for weeks that shelters would be a breeding ground for cove in nineteen and the mayor's office was moving too slowly making an outbreak unavoidable your supervisor Hillary Ronen saving lives matters more we can rebuild our economy over time but stating lives means more we have simply not done that pretty and house population we have not gone all out we have not used those rooms than there has not used her power to commandeer which is now a public memo from the city attorney's office giving her that power we have not needed a fiscal priority that we want to save those lives just as much as we want to save our own and it's time to make that clear statement not with the resolution like we did last week but with the binding law Maryland every double down her response arguing it is not that easy to put that many homeless individuals and hotel rooms giving that many deal with mental illness and substance issues and needs for cevik resources it's not easy and if it were that easy we would have done it a long time ago and other major cities in this country would have done the same thing we are we have moved faster and further along than almost any other major city in the country as a relates to housing are on house population over seven hundred people have been house out of our shelters and counting so I'm really proud of the work that they continue to do what I like to do more yes I'd like to do more what I like to open up eight thousand nine thousand ten thousand hotel rooms of course who wouldn't but that is not the reality of what we as a city can do the mayor's administration have been working to obtain a total of seven thousand hotel rooms the ordinance ups the ante it says seven thousand rooms should be allocated for homeless people five hundred rooms for discharged hospital patients who have no place else to quarantine and seven hundred and fifty for frontline workers who can't commute large distances or who fear infecting their

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"hillary ronen" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"hillary ronen" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"A point in San Francisco where we have a windfall of money that's been coming coming because of property taxes. And the fact that we're still fighting. Good morning. I just really want and very happy that Gordon mar Hillary Ronen Walton have all been very strongly about advocating for education as a part of what we money. Money on. I just think you got to put your money where your mouth is. Budget's batter following the outdoor rally several education advocates entered the board of supervisors meeting chanting and eventually sending the meeting into recess. I'm Sophie, Richardson, KPFA San Francisco. Some lawmakers in West Virginia air peer to be out to avenge last year's successful strike by the state's teachers by putting what labor activists say is a union busting proposal and a fast moving education Bill in the state's legislature. Dan Hyman reports. One part of the omnibus Senate Bill four fifty one would make West Virginia. Teachers unions. Get permission each year to deduct dues from every members pay so called paycheck protection provisions have been used against labor unions and other states, but at the capitol sissonville high school English teacher, Katrina, many says she's well aware that she's paying dues and can stop the deduction at any time. So.

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"hillary ronen" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"hillary ronen" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Difficult for you. If the rates went up. Retired. We can't afford to keep subsidizing their stakes. Deftly handle in a postal worker. Her monthly PG Bill is about two hundred fifty bucks, obviously would impact. My budgeting stuff. I'm on a fixed income the only thing we do know so far is that in its court filing. The utility did request that it'd be able to continue offering discounts for low income customers in Nevada. Jeffrey Schaub case CVS, some city leaders in San Francisco, see the PG bankruptcy as an opportunity to buy the facilities and create a municipal utility KCBS gentlemen reports the city which start distributing the energy already generates in Checchi power system. Supervisor Hillary Ronen is proposing that the city us some fifteen million dollars from property tax surplus to help build a substation in Mission Bay and to study what it would take to take over PG facility serving the city, a leader of the union representing twelve thousand genie workers, Tom Dalzell. Belsky? CBS municipal utilities have not been popular. I think San Francisco's the only municipality that has expressed any interest in in the state has explicitly said, no, thank you. Why would we want that liability? And I I can't imagine why San Francisco would want the liability perhaps, they are less fire prone area than cinema county or buke county. But still that risk is there Ronin argues that without shareholders and executives gobbling up profits. A public utility can be safer all the dollars invested back in the system back into the workforce back into reliability to make sure that customers don't have to bear the burden of these lawsuits that arise from negligent handling of the system in San Francisco, General lane.

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"hillary ronen" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"hillary ronen" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"There's more money the legislature allocated for a bailout for two thousand seventeen wildfires that could be another six billion. So we are talking about potentially double digit rate hikes that will be in the PG any bills a forty percent of the state's utility customers. If we don't go into bankruptcy court and try to stop this. Consumer rights advocates want to see a public buyout of PD and e assets and. Online petition is calling on the state to take over the company run it as public utility and use that public ownership to transform it into one hundred percent renewable energy power utility. But of course, says public ownership will be a challenge we are looking at whether there's a possibility to get a public buyout of this company through the legislature. But the public utility commission just made it very hard because it took the sixty billion in assets that are backing up these six billion in bonds and gave him the back to the banks of security for the bonds, which makes it very hard for the legislature or the public to say, let's by the PG any equipment at bankruptcy prices and make it into a true municipal utility or regional utility controlled by the public reading the private corporation. That's failed us at every turn. So the PUC just and abetted the company rather than the public course says this will be the first task for the. New governor who he says needs to keep Pizzini out of bankruptcy from Berkeley for KPFA evening news. I am meter now. We see San Francisco supervisor Hillary Ronen introduced legislation today to launch San Francisco's green new deal fund. It would jump start the process of creating a public utility to replace PG any which filed for bankruptcy today. Jodi, straight files this report. San Francisco supervisor Hillary Ronen isn't just taking on Pacific Gas and electric she's taking over or trying to her legislation for a green new deal fund would secure over fifteen million dollars from excess property taxes returned from the state last year to create a blueprint for building a publicly owned electricity grid in the city. The move comes after PG any a San Francisco based company was found liable in at least seventeen major wildfires that occurred in two thousand seventeen and as investigations into PG liability for the campfire which killed eighty six. People continue Ronin says PG unease failure to prioritize public safety over prophets pushed her to act. Record is abysmal. And ultimately the reason for that is because twenty five percent of the ratepayers fun. They don't go towards reliability of the system. They don't go towards reinvesting in creating create energy sources, they go to bloated CEO salaries and shareholder profit. We won't have to worry about that. If you go takes over this duty, we can reinvest that.

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"hillary ronen" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"hillary ronen" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Would be a burden. Just I'm concerned during the summertime we really have a huge Bill to pay every month. From where? Sixteen to eighteen hundred bucks a month, enjoying her pancakes, bacon, Daffy handle in a postal worker said she already pays two hundred fifty bucks a month on gas and electric side feel that is their negligence. They need to look within and trying to figure out what to do to remedy this Mindy spat with utility reformed at work says, we won't know for some time, whether the utility will ask for a rate increase, but it is absolutely outrageous for things the customers would say one of these. Liabilities court filing PG and he requested that it'd be allowed to maintain programs including support for low income customers in Nevada. Jeffrey, Xiao KCBS city leaders in San Francisco CPG dis bankruptcy as an opportunity to buy its facilities and create a municipal utility KCBS was gentlemen, reports the city would start distributing the energy it already generates in the hetch hetchy power system. Supervisor Hillary Ronen is proposing that the city used some fifteen million dollars from a property tax surplus to help build a substation in Mission Bay and to study what it would take to take over PG facility serving the city, a leader of the union representing twelve thousand PG and E workers, Tom del tells KCBS municipal utilities have not been popular. I think San Francisco's the only municipality that has expressed any interest in the state has explicitly said, no, thank you. Why would we want that liability? I can't imagine why San Francisco would want. Liability perhaps they are less prone area than mccown county. But still that risk is there. Ronan argues that without shareholders and executives gobbling up prophets. A public utility can be safer all the dollars. Get invested back in the system back into the workforce back into reliability to make sure that customers don't have to bear the burden of these lawsuits that arise from negligent handling of the system in San Francisco General lane.

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"hillary ronen" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"hillary ronen" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Live from city hall where new members were sworn in this morning Jennifer in its first act as a new. Body with those newly elected members sworn in the San Francisco board of supervisors opened the nominations for that presidency. Just two members Hillary Ronen and Norman Yee were mentioned after two and a half hours of public comment almost entirely supportive of Ronin. The board voted seven to four for Ye SAFA cast one of those seven votes saying that the deaths in recent years of Mayor Ed Lee in Chinatown leader rose pack had left a void. What Norman represents the time? The energy the effort being a native son of Chinatown being a grandson of the original, founders of the six companies what it means symbolically for this city to have a Chinese American board president at this time at this moment in our history is what ways the most heavily on me. Now Ronin made sure to say that she and Ye hugged respect each other on well worked together. Well, but of the private conversations leading to this vote. She did say it's been a hard. Process. I've it's been quite frankly, a sexist process, and while many of her supporters agreed. They also urged the board to come together and take advantage of its first progressive majority in many years reporting live at San Francisco city, hall, gentleman KCBS, thank you as we mentioned. Another storm is heading toward the bay area will arrive tonight. And as KCBS is Meghan Goldsmith joins us live to report that has crews scrambling to check the trees in an area of the Cal campus were a eucalyptus killed a man on Sunday, Meghan. That massive tree is laying on the side of gayley road here under the Greek theater that road still completely closed off. It has been since Sunday. That's when Nevada man who is visiting the campus was killed by that falling tree. Now all the heavy machinery sitting around. Here is quiet at this.

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Marriott hotel temp says she was fired after speaking to The Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle Business & Technology News - Spoken Edition

03:22 min | 2 years ago

Marriott hotel temp says she was fired after speaking to The Chronicle

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Mary hotel. Temp says she was fired after speaking to the chronicle by Rowland Lee from business. A temporary hotel worker at San Francisco's Mariot marquee said she was fired after speaking to the chronicle about her claim of unpaid wages, Maria Coller, say Salinas resident said she was fired Thursday by Marriott contractor environmental service partners which hired temporary cleaners to replace striking hotel workers. The Mariot strike has spread to eight US cities and is in its fifth week in San Francisco with workers demanding higher pay and safer working conditions. The conical reported on Thursday that Kelly said she not been paid for three days of work, California law prohibits employers from firing or retaliating against an employee after he or she made a written or oral complaint that he or she is open on paid wages. Callous is the second Marriott marquee worker. This week to say, they were fired by environmental service partners. A Hayward firm another worker who gave his name as Carmelo has filed a federal charge alleging. That he was fired on Tuesday. After speaking to a union organizer before his shift, Carmelo and callous have both alleged unpaid wages Kelly said she lined up at two AM in Salinas on Thursday to board a bus that transports workers to the Marriott marquee in San Francisco. A supervisor named Veronica told her she could no longer work at the Marriott marquee. Callous said. Kelly spoke to the chronicle on Tuesday during a lunch break outside the Mariot marquee. Carmelo said callous was one of more than a dozen workers who haven't been paid on time when Francke came to the line and took my name. She told me that I couldn't work anymore. I asked why. And she said because I took my lunch break to speak with reporters. Kelly said in Spanish, I told her how is this possible? This is unjust. I was speaking with my friend Carmelo in. If I knew that I couldn't go out during my lunch break, I wouldn't have. She said Veronica told me, she didn't know those were her orders. They fired me unjustly, and I have the right to speak. She. Said they're trying to intimidate me. Environmental service partners has not responded to the chronicles inquiries about alleged labor violations since Wednesday on Friday woman who answered the company's phone said, she wasn't authorized to speak and said, the company would respond later, we suggest you contact ESP with any concerns about their pay or employment practices. Marriott said separately on Friday. San Francisco's board of supervisors held a public hearing on the strike around one thousand hotel workers who are members of the unite here. Local to attended the meeting Marriott. Ceo Arne Sorenson declined an invitation to speak at the hearing said supervisor Hillary Ronen who said she was insulted by the Marriott officials decision not to show up while Mr. Sorensen was unable to attend. He did send a thorough response to supervisor Ronin on the current negotiations in San Francisco, we do not negotiate in the press and therefore will not be commenting on these specifics. The. Company said.

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"hillary ronen" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"hillary ronen" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Hold its hearing on the hotel strike it will be entering its fifth week workers walked out October fourth and while bargaining continued in recent days union leaders say they're not seeing movement in calling for the special meeting. Supervisor Hillary Ronen cited the importance of tourism in San Francisco, this strike goes to the heart of the Konami. It raises questions about the kind of jobs we will support in the coming years, and these are questions that I think the board needs to hear about firsthand Marriott has not responded to KCBS is questions about the labor dispute. Jan Elaine KCBS, San Francisco's mayor has introduced citywide legislation aimed at implementing new state conservative ship law as of January first the counties of San Francisco, L A and San Diego will be able to set up. A conservative for people who can't care from selves. Mayor London breed says it amounts to get people who are severely ill who are in and out of the hospital, and the criminal Justice system the comprehensive care they need to get back on their feet. She says will also add dozens of beds for mental health patients to the city stock over the next year. Now, the coalition on homelessness and several other groups that oppose the new state conservative law saying it takes away people's civil liberties tesla owners may soon be able to use a smartphone app to have their car. Come. Find them. CEO Elon Musk has sent out a few tweets promising a software upgrade in about six weeks that will let owners of newer Tesla's. Use a feature called smart summit musk says the feature will let owners push a button on a smartphone. I happen have the car park itself and come to where they are. He also says he will quote follow you like a pet if you hold down the summoned button on the tesla at musk went even farther, by the way, saying the future will attest loners drive the car remotely like a big RC car. It's within line of sight. What do I want it following me around presumably some kind of speed governor hotted? So we don't have remote. Tesla racing going on in parking, lots KCBS news time, eight thirty five. We'll.

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"hillary ronen" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"hillary ronen" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The board of supervisors hold its hearing on the hotel strike it will be entering its fifth week workers walked out Tober fourth and while bargaining continued in recent days union leaders say they're not seeing movement in calling for the special meeting. Supervisor Hillary Ronen cited the importance of tourism in San Francisco, this strike goes to the heart of the economy. It raises questions about the kind of jobs we will support in the coming years, and these are questions that I think the board needs to hear about firsthand Marriott has not responded to KCBS as questions about the labor dispute general lane KCBS PGE's getting hit with demands for reimbursement from customers who say that decision to cut power a few weeks ago to prevent possible wildfires during Wendy dry conditions hurt their bottom line. One PG, and he says it's received almost one hundred fifty claims and is told state regulators. It doesn't plan to pay on any of them sixty thousand northern California customers had their power cuts between October fourteenth and sixteenth because of high winds the threat was the power lines could be brought down and wildfires started. This is a process it's been used many times over the years in southern California. But was a first for the PG and E area. Most of these complaints and claims have to do with spoiled food just ahead on KCBS three teenagers hurt the shooting in San Jose. CBS first for traffic. Here's the Kim report for what's going on a lot actually it will a couple of things sort of in the rear view mirror. Now, the accident.

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"hillary ronen" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"hillary ronen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The Philippine sea headed for the Chinese coast. Julie McCarthy NPR news Manila on Wall Street. The Dow Jones industrials are up one hundred sixty points. It's NPR from news. I'm Tiffany Cam. High many survivors of last year's north bay. Wildfires are still haggling with their insurance companies cake UD sukey Lewis reports lawmakers are expected to hear about it today at a hearing and Napa more than a year after the north bay fire storm destroyed their homes, many survivors, haven't yet settled their insurance claims some found out their policy won't actually cover the cost of rebuilding given the huge spike in construction costs. Others say their insurance company dragged its feet and paying them today. Consumer advocates and industry representatives will testify about these issues and discuss what kind of legislative fixes might be possible lawmakers we'll also hear about how climate change is expected to increase fire risk in the state most of the insurance reforms proposed by legislators this past year or defeated by the insurance lobby. I'm sukey Lewis, take you weedy news. The future of one of the bay area's Lee. Leading Latino art galleries looks even more uncertain talks for a new league mediation by supervisor Hillary Ronen the landlord asked for devil the rant and that the tenant, assume liability for seismic improvements galleries executive director on Rivera says it has gone as far as it can with negotiations. The lease terms are not fair or sustainable and will cause irreparable damage. To all of us representatives of the landlord did not respond to.

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Financial leaders end IMF-World Bank meetings with call to brace for risks

Weekend Edition Saturday

04:54 min | 2 years ago

Financial leaders end IMF-World Bank meetings with call to brace for risks

"Want to cross the picket lines and go back to work. They would welcome them back. And some of San Francisco supervisors have come out in support of the work. Workers. But we haven't heard anything from mayor London breed. Yeah. We did a story yesterday. In fact, that several San Francisco supervisors were announcing their support for the union. But one of those supervisors Hillary Ronen said that it should be time for mayor London breed to stand up in support of those workers and until very late yesterday. We hadn't heard from the mayor. But in a statement. A spokesman for mayor London. Breed says she supports the striking workers, and that she has invited them to city hall for talks next week. It's unclear whether or not Marriott is involved in those talks as well. But at this point the union has said their strike is not going to end anytime soon that with Ted Goldberg,

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"hillary ronen" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"hillary ronen" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"O'clock hey listen I, hate to say I. Told you so but I told, you so this from the Sacramento bee San, Francisco began registering noncitizens including undocumented immigrants so you're not. Allowed to call them illegal aliens anymore. You have to call them undocumented immigrants. So let me start that over again San Francisco began registering citizens including illegal aliens to register, to vote Monday in the November, election just for the city school board not the any other officers at this point just for the school board and this move follows passage of a two thousand and sixteen ballot measure San Francisco voters voted on opening, school elections to non citizens who are over the age. Of eighteen residents of the city of. San Francisco and have children under age. Nineteen and Hillary Ronen what is it with women with the name of Hillary Hillary Ronen a, San Francisco supervisor which is their, equivalent to our city council person said this is no brainer legislation why would we not want our parents invested in the education of our children A no brainer, no-brainer legislation they're illegal aliens but we're going to give, them the right to vote. Now we don't want illegal aliens and even if their parents voting in elections And. There's a guy named Norman Yee he's also a county supervisor out there he said we. Want to give immigrants. The right to vote what he forgot to put it in there it was that we want, to give illegal immigrants the right to vote and San Francisco now keep in. Mind this is a city that literally literally can't keep human excrement and dirty Neal's off the. Street but they thought it was. Important amidst all the problems they're. Having out there and I'm told that that city is going to Helena Handbasket quickly with this kind of stuff let's don't worry about those problems let's worry about giving illegal aliens the. Right to vote doesn't make a lot of sense to. Me and also doesn't make a lot of. Sense to everyone, in San Francisco because not everyone out there agrees to. This there's a a person by the name of Harmeet Dylan that person is A registered voter apparently in San Francisco. But also a member of the. Republican National Committee which I didn't. Think you could find a Republican with us search party out in San Francisco but anyway this person said the reason I voted against it that's the two thousand sixteen initiative is that. I think the right to vote is something that goes. Along the citizenship And should be and he goes on to say. The reason, I voted against, it is that I think the. Right to vote is something that special and something that should be afforded to citizens only you know I don't know Just based upon. Civics class, and things that I learned that used to be kind of a central Tenet if you're not a citizen of this country you don't vote in this country not just. State and federal elections but local. Elections as well, you know is there anyone, out there who doubts that this is the first step by the left and. The Democratic Party towards full voting rights, and state local and federal elections. That's where this thing is added but now thankfully at. Least as it stands federal law that is in place now is pretty tough on illegal aliens voting there's a thing called. The national voter registration act of, nineteen ninety three and that requires persons registering to vote in federal elections they have to affirm that the United States citizens and failure to do so, is a, crime punishable by By a number of statutes but let me, just hit two of them here for you eighteen United States code six eleven it's a crime and this one's punishable by. A fine and prison for up to one, year for an alien to vote in a federal election there's also, another one a federal statute. Eighteen USC, twelve twenty seven any alien who has voted in violation of any federal state or local constitutional provision statute or ordinance is deportable so that's the federal law on the. Books now but with the democratic. Party's turn to, the left and they are, now of course officially the party of open borders if they get into power..

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"hillary ronen" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"hillary ronen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Sprinkler systems or, fire alarms if, their buildings have at least two fire safety violations supervisor Ronin it's been thinking about this a while the city saw. A series of fires some, of them deadly mainly in the mission district she now represents she explained a proposal. To Ted Goldberg the message is that you first of all need, to take these fire safety violation seriously when. You get a notice a, violation from our steady departments but number two if you're not then we're going to require, that you make your building safe and that's going to be. An expensive and Never installing a sprinkler system is not cheap so this comes on the heels of a number of fires that took place in. Your district several, years ago you, know what do you think about the pace of reform based on these these high profile really terrible fires We created a. Working group of tenant advocacy groups landlords to analyze possible interventions and what we found is. That there was real worry on both sides both on the landlord and the tenant side because the cost can. Run up to two hundred three hundred, thousand dollars to install these this, sprinkler, systems that, there was worry that the cost would pass on to the, tenant, and so we proceeded with caution and this compromise measure. Prevents, the landlord from passing the cost onto the tenant you describe this as a compromise measure, but have, you gotten pushback from say for instance the San Francisco apartment association or other landlord, groups to say hey you shouldn't have the, ability to force something on us. Well that's why I think this measure makes sense because if we're not forcing it upon anybody we're saying if. You have, two or more violations whether or not you have corrected those violations? If the department of buildings spec Or the fire department feel that, the building still isn't safe they can require this intervention and it really what it ties is it gives, an incentive for all building owners to keep their, buildings safe in the first. Place because if you don't receive notice a violations then you'll never be subject to this law supervisor and thanks for your time thank you San Francisco supervisor Hillary Ronen speaking with Ted Goldberg her proposal goes. Before the board of supervisors today I'm Brian watt you're listening to morning edition on and. Before Brian comes back with more local news Joe McConnell's here with another look at your ride to work this. Morning troubles at the call the tunnel, westbound twenty four coming from Arinda, towards, Oakland a, report of a stalled car in the right lane and the, right, for left lane to the right board actually might even. Be, a crash now they're changing it to a crash and also we've got troubles for the, peninsula Tuiti, daily Twitty south city south to westboro report a bunch of debris in the two, right lanes in there is a Disabled vehicle off to the side of the road those are the newest problems still have the old one one zero one northbound at east ninety. Two the ramp is closed until they're estimating, now eight o'clock from last night's big crash Joe McConnell for KiKi Thanks Joe..

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"hillary ronen" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"hillary ronen" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Today we send a powerful message to our fellow san franciscans san francisco will continue to be city that values diversity inclusion and tolerance that we will not tolerate racism bigotry and exclusion supervisor hillary ronen is cosponsoring the name change saying the same sort of racist and xenophobic attack is happening today targeting the latino community the name change and there's no proposed new name just yet goes next to both the full board of supervisors and the park and recreation commission probably in june tim ryan kcbs stocks recovered from early losses the key indexes posted gains of twotenths to six tenths percent the dow jones industrials rose fifty two points to twenty four thousand eight eighty six the nasdaq closed fortyseven points higher the s and p five hundred added nine points the federal reserve released minutes from the may policy meeting economists lindsey p eggs at st foam nncholas tells bloomberg radio higher borrowing costs are likely on the way noted that it would likely soon be appropriate for the committee to take another step in removing accommodation which simply means that june rate hike is a high probability says a june rate hike was already priced into the market so the minutes were not surprise general electric shares fell seven percent ceo john flannery said the market for gas turbines remains very challenging and demand will likely remain soft through twenty twenty.

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"hillary ronen" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"hillary ronen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The low sixties to the low eighties the time is now twenty three minutes past eight it's morning edition on i'm brian watt a san francisco board of supervisors committee will take up the issue of sexual assault today and examine how different city departments handle evidence investigate cases and treat survivors when they come forward supervisor hillary ronen called today's hearing to see what the city can do better after hearing frustrations and critiques from survivors i went to city hall yesterday to talk to her the most troublesome stories that i've heard are from women who have been survivors of a drug facilitated rape and the importance of getting blood samples or urine samples immediately when of woman arrives to general hospital is very important in drug facilitated rape because the drugs themselves are designed to be the system very quickly what many women have said is that they had to wait hours before being seen at general hospital when they came in testifying that they were raped and need to be medically treated so this sounds like a problem in the process at the start of the process of investigating these cases are there other parts of the process where it bogs down yes so the beginning processes a general hospital when women get the medical examination after that they're usually referred to a police investigator and what the women who've come forward to talk to me about have told me is that they are often treated as if the sexual assault was their fault that they had something to do with it the crime has been minimized by police investigators and then they the investigations aren't robust or taken that seriously so examples of statements that investigators have made to women coming forward who were raped is well everyone needs to take responsibility for what happened or how much did you drink do you normally drink is that a regular part of your life you know these type of blaming statements you acknowledged in a statement that san francisco's doing better than some places is there a place where you feel like san francisco is doing a lot right due to some legislation that's happened in the past in san francisco our backlog on kits is much smaller it if at all will hear about that at the.

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"hillary ronen" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"hillary ronen" Discussed on KCBS All News

"On the traffic leader came to the bay area weather a few lingering showers clearing up here in the next couple of hours with lows in the forties for the most part and rather windy in some parts of the bay especially over the bay this morning mostly sunny but cool this afternoon with highs just about sixty degrees we will be warmer tomorrow and again on saturday sixties to the mid seventies tomorrow and into the upper seventies on saturday afternoon clouds return sunday and temperatures will drop back down to the sixties again and showers will be likely sunday night through early monday morning before we clear up and see the sun come back out monday and tuesday look pretty good at this point with highs in the sixty s and low seventies traffic and weather together on the eighth on all news one oh six nine am seven forty kcbs news happens no i with kcbs clearer crowded kind of in the parking lot just kind of funneled away from the building by the manner find us on fm and streaming on your smart speakers there the helicopter overhead bin buzzing hurting for the last hour all news one six nine am seven forty kcbs kcbs news time three fifty i'm john evans with fernie buyer at the editor's desk in elementary school in san francisco is exploring the idea of using a gymnasium as an overnight shelter for some of its homeless families kcbs gentlemen reports they represent about ten percent of the school's community in the mission district the idea of sheltering one of easter horace mann's families without stable housing came from the school itself supervisor hillary ronen is all for it we got together to find out what would this even look like is it possible is this something the city would support it would cost close to a million city not school district dollars to hire a nonprofit to operate the shelter and that funding is is uncertain it would serve twenty of the schools sixty or so homeless families where they'd go next is also uncertain we have students that are living in cars asking different relations every night if they can sleep on their couch they are sleeping in bart stations they're sleeping in tents this is vice principal claudia dolores moran if we can offer a place that's warm that's dry where they can count on a meal where they can do their homework that they already trust i would say certainly this is.

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"hillary ronen" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"hillary ronen" Discussed on KCBS All News

"City's first openly gay politician the city's board of supervisors has unanimously in favor of the legislation introduced my supervisor hillary ronen this comes five years after supervisor david campese i attempted to name the entire airport after milk in the face of opposition a compromise was reached to form a committee on renaming terminal introduced this new legislation after a vote last year by the airport facilities naming advisory committee in support of the renaming kcbs news time twelve thirteen sponsored by friday when it comes to mortgages the internet can help you understand a lot of things like the importance of a good credit score or the difference between an adjustable rate in a fixed rate mortgage but when it comes to knowing what's best for you you need more than an online search i'm jay farner ceo of quicken loans sure information is everywhere but don't you want knowledge you can trust a home loan expert working with you personally from start to finish a solid approval based on real information rocket mortgage gives you options technology when you want it and people when you need them we help you understand the details so you can make a confident decision and get approved in his few as eight minutes in fact for eight consecutive years we've been ranked highest in the nation in customer satisfaction for primary mortgage origination by jd power and were america's largest mortgage lender so when you're looking for answers go online but start and finish with rocket mortgage dot com based on rocket mortgage data in comparison to public data records for jd power award information visit j d power dot com equal housing lender licensed in all fifty states molest number thirty thirty rocket mortgage results may vary manzini sleepworld once you joy huge savings and a great night sleep this is randy manzini inviting you to our tax free mattress sale the rest easy with huge savings on top brand quality mattresses your choice of comfort for less glitter experience sleep specialist help you find the perfect mattress at the perfect price and only mansi needs can you still enjoy free white glove delivery free setup and free mattress removal or into one of our thirty three stores for details on this limited offer manson he's sleepworld visit sleepworld dot com and start sleeping better tonight coming up on kcbs the possible implications of having thousands more satellites orbiting the earth in the next few years cbs news time twelve fifteen kevin.

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"hillary ronen" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"hillary ronen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"If you park your car regularly on the streets of san francisco chances are pretty high that you've been hit by the smash and dash this week's baked curious question comes from elizabeth eller heller left her bag in the back seat of her car and when she got back from dinner it was gone i'm on my staff that's not cool every time you walk down the street there is no glass on the ground and is it seems like it's so rampant the bay area is experiencing an insane epidemic of car break ins in san jose about five thousand last year in oakland about ten thousand in san francisco it was the worst thirty thousand break ins so elizabeth wants to know what's being done reporter sara craig tackles this one we have no ice i know last like two minutes on right i'm on a ride along in a san francisco police car was sergeant stevens spagnolo golden gate i get lucky came back to the car we've just hit gold an actual car theft is taking place right while we're cruising the streets of a popular tourist area do you want us jacomb we turn around fast dodging traffic and an oncoming cable car we're in an unmarked car no sirens no lights i got no cover do you want us to take them right past for the black and white do you want us to take them or not spend you once the other officers to pounce but he has to be careful protocol says please have to corner the thieves without encouraging high speed car chase nor forget three blocks away from is well tripos over we speed over a hill and then i see blue and red lights twirling in circles stay here stay here i'll be right back you can see from the car is a group of police officers huddled in a circle then to men leaning against the hood of a car hands behind their backs the suspects were caught with two coach purses were keep a close surveillance on them the opportunity to attempt to take them into custody chalk went up for sf pd but the problem is this almost never happens in reality police only arrest two percent of the total break ins reported this has been a epidemic in san francisco for years and so residents have been outraged as they should be that supervisor hillary ronen she represents the mission district were.

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"hillary ronen" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"hillary ronen" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Last month and nicolas for ghani with child the coalition of italian american organizations says people are not happy we believe that there are ample days in the year to celebrate all cultures and that one should not be chosen over the exclusion of the other we want a day for china american culture to be celebrated we no longer have a day supervisor hillary ronen speaking when the ordinance was approved characterize the reasoning differently correcting our history and the history of the native people that were prude or lee both slaughtered and killed off by disease but now chow was working to reverse the ordinance volunteer vincent foul zona junior we'll be taking patricia to try and recruit change the name back to agrees to turn the national heritage day and possibly attorney a national heritage month the group needs twenty thousand signatures to get a referendum on the ballot in san francisco melissa call ross kcbs inflation as a worry for stock investors that was so last week this week the stock average's have rung up their fifth straight day of gains their best five day stretching about seven years with the dow adding three hundred seven points closing at twenty five thousand two hundred the nasdaq rose one hundred thirteen the s p thirty three to top twenty seven thirty one tech shares power the gains of almost one and a quarter to more than one and a half percent as investors put the inflation worries to rest although there was more evidence in producer prices rising last month but in line with predictions now stocks are on track for their best weekly performance since the presidential election shake check isn't sure this is going to be a great year it's making money earnings be targets last quarter but it isn't seeing.

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"hillary ronen" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"hillary ronen" Discussed on KCBS All News

"To indigenous peoples day last month and nicolas for ghani with chao the coalition of italian american organizaed asians says people are not happy we believe that there are ample days in the year to celebrate all cultures and that one should not be chosen over the exclusion of the other we want a day for italian american culture to be celebrated we no longer have a day supervisor hillary ronen speaking when the ordinance was approved characterize the reasoning differently correcting our history and the history of native people that were cruder lee both slaughtered and killed off by disease but now challe was working to reverse the ordinance volunteer vinson fouls on a junior we'll be taking petitions to try and make them change the name back to at least two italian national heritage day and possibly italian national heritage month the group needs twenty thousand signatures to get a referendum on the ballot in san francisco melissa call ross kcbs we're going to move on to the money watch which is sponsored by resentful the global leader in filed communication and collaboration solutions jason brooks joining us wall street surged higher for the fifth straight session ad for the second straight day stocks overcame rising inflationary signals the dow gained three hundred six points to twenty five thousand two hundred the nasdaq up one hundred twelve points to seventy two fifty six and the sp rose thirty two points to twenty seven thirty one the government reported that producer prices in january rose by the fastest pay since november while the federal reserve's new york and philadelphia regents reported the strongest price growth in several years that will put more pressure on the fed when it comes to future rate hikes the fed reported flat manufacturing growth in january for the second straight month but there are indicators that hiring will remain strong this year as the feds empire state survey reported a big jump in employment meant homebuilder optimism remains high.

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