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Fresh update on "hoboken" discussed on Midday News

Midday News

00:43 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "hoboken" discussed on Midday News

"Gone back to phase two. A CZ. Well, even though it is that orange alert level phase two means back to 50% indoor capacity for restaurants, shops and libraries. Private indoor gatherings. 25 people Max in Stanford, Sean Adams, WCBS news radio 80. Seven day infection rate is up to 1.92% in the city. Once you get to 2%. That's a problem. That's when endure. Dining could be forced to close at 3% schools, by the way school still are one of the bright spots out of 55,000 tests. There are 60 for positives. The city is trying something new today. Open storefronts where stores Khun bring their goods onto the sidewalk. Not a great day for that, obviously. Jersey city mayors to full of has no plans to limit not essential business as the cities of Newark and Patterson and Hoboken all have Because Philip says, if you shut down a business now It may never come back. Shouldn't be a surprise, I suppose in the season where political lawn signs and flags are competing with the pumpkins and mom's this year, But voting numbers we're seeing in places like New York City are off the charts. They even added it. Early voting cite another one to handle the lines. Marla Diamond is seeing long lines a cold, wet people at Robert Wagner Middle School on the Upper East Side. New polling site will open Saturday morning at Marymount College on East 71st Street to ease the crush here it Robert Wagner Middle School on East 76 3. Right now, hundreds of voters are lined up despite a cold soaking rain. We're all this morning at 4 40 am Robert Samuel is a professional line sitter. He added. Employee sat in rain proof plastic pods at the front of the line for two customers who actually from another customer who do sample fell. Waits at this polling place have ranged from 2 to 6 hours. But this voter who didn't want to give her name was forgiving. I don't think it's helpful, You know wine. We're all going through a hard time in hard nine months or six months. Whatever it is everybody. I really.

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Fresh "Hoboken" from Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:39 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh "Hoboken" from Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

"Overturned vehicle there on the eastbound local lanes of 78 right in that area of 19, so again use some caution there. I'm Tom Kaminski WCBS Traffic center. Now the WCBS ex surgeon, Weather forecast with chief meteorologist Craig Allen. So you're starting to see a little bit of snow sticking, huh? It is in the northern western sections of New Jersey. It is snowing on up through the mid Hudson Valley, now north of 80 for getting reports of snow around Fishkill in Poughkeepsie and In Hyde Park in north of 84 in Connecticut, from about Danbury, certainly in Litchfield Hills and Litchfield County and on up towards Albany in the Burkes years and yet sticking in some of those areas 1 to 2 inches of a wet, slushy snow on the colder surfaces. As you start hitting on up and elevation is playing a role as well. But I still do believe I'm looking at the winds now northerly. It's just so raw and we keep losing AA degree or two per hour. We're down to 42 in the city. I would not be surprised by some wet snow flakes mixing in before this thing comes to an end later this morning, and an early afternoon temperatures today on Lee 40 or 45 degrees Freeze warnings for most suburbs tonight. The city may stay just above 32, but many suburbs will be in the upper twenties toe low thirties. This is quite a cold outbreak Saturday. Mostly sunny, a chilly 45 to 50. Sunday. It does get milder 55 to 60. But it also brings some showers late Sunday and Sunday night Right now in the city that cold raw rain 42 humidity 92 The wind is North east Gusting to 25 MPH. Alright, Thank you, Craig with Corona virus number's on the rise. Several cities in North Jersey have imposed restrictions. Their curfews in Non essential businesses in Newark, Patterson and Hoboken. But not in Jersey.

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Fresh update on "hoboken" discussed on Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:37 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "hoboken" discussed on Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

"WCBS In New Jersey. Governor, Murphy says a second wave of the Corona virus is now no longer something. We're talking about is happening in the future. The second wave, the governor says is happening now we have been seeing the numbers of new cases grow exponentially across the past several weeks. And along with that the numbers of patients being treated in our hospitals has similarly been on the rise. The governor says. The statewide positivity rate for tests recorded on October 25th was 6.54%. Statewide rate of transmission is now one and a quarter percent. Essex County has the most cases in New Jersey with more than 240 with Corona virus number's on the rise. Several cities in North Jersey have imposed restrictions. There are curfews for non essential businesses in North Patterson and Hoboken. But not in Jersey City Mayor Stephen Philip was on WCBS yesterday. We just feel that a curfew is kind of a band aid approach because the reality is that Covert virus doesn't only spread at night spreads when you're shopping during the day at lunch, so we don't want to do something that damages mental health of our residents and at the same time also damages the local economy. As for possible shutdowns in Jersey City full of says he hopes to avoid that. Mayor says that if you shut down the business now, at this stage of the pandemic, the likelihood of them re opening his quote. Very, very slim. The alarm bells are ringing. Local officials are warning of rising covert cases. And that has hospitals on high alert. The number of Covina hospitalizations continues to rise. It's no time to be panicked, but it's a time to be very observant. Michael Downlink heads north. Well, health They're averaging just over 100 patients a day. I would not welcome handler. Please 1000 patients daily without much disruption at all. Well, Luisito handled in April. They had 3500. Telling says before a vaccine is approved, we need to buckle up. We are going to beat. This is difficult thing that happened to people in life. Thanks. Donations for the public could take a year..

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Philadelphia - New Jersey Gov. Murphy quarantining after possible COVID-19 exposure

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | Last week

Philadelphia - New Jersey Gov. Murphy quarantining after possible COVID-19 exposure

"Says he feels fine after an exposure to a senior staffer who has tested positive for Corona virus. Murphy says the exposure occurred last Saturday night. As he and some staffers dine outside at a restaurant in Hoboken. His exposure to the infected staffer lasted about 15 minutes. He He has has had had to to test test since, since, including including one one yesterday yesterday and and both both came came back back negative. negative. But But for for now, now, he he and and his his staff staff are are isolating isolating just just in in case case the the governor governor tells 10 10 wins. That doesn't mean they're taking it easy. I looked at my schedule today and my likely schedule tomorrow in over the weekend. I'm largely doing what otherwise would have been doing. It's already become such a crazy, virtual world. Um, um, able to, you know, our entire front office, uh, is working from home right now. He says he plans to get tested again and go from there. They covered

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New York - Man Arrested, Charged With Child Endangerment After Standoff In Hoboken

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00:38 sec | 2 weeks ago

New York - Man Arrested, Charged With Child Endangerment After Standoff In Hoboken

"In custody after a standoff in Hoboken. The lasted several hours. On Friday afternoon, It happened on Garden Street near Seventh Street after police received calls reporting a possible endangered family in a residence. Neighbor Timothy Tyranny, describes the scene pops in their tactical gear start showing up with bullet proof vests and helmets and 14. Shingen's started becoming pretty intense. Hoboken chief of Police Ken Ferrante says it took several hours for negotiators to safely get a five year old boy out of the house and arrest his 41 year old father for second degree child endangerment. There were no injuries throughout the standoff in the boys now in the custody of his mother.

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"hoboken" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:55 min | Last month

"hoboken" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"It gets cold. The Hoboken Mayor Ravi Moloch has a plan We have specifically integrated. He left to address that concern propane or electric heaters would be permitted with proper approvals. Andrew Ritchie wants New York to do this. He leads his city's restaurant trade group. We need the city to approve all different types of heating units. Outdoors for restaurants to use, Richie says. This is about survival for restaurants. Peter has school that Hue City as news radio 80 staying in. Oh, broken. Apparently, there's a problem with boats are Mac Rosenberg explains. You're used to seeing boats on the Hudson River, but in Hoboken at Weehawken Cove, There are boats buried deep below the Hudson and mayor Ravi Bhalla says. It's a problem. You know, we've been grappling with this for a number of years, 17 boats have been abandoned in the cove. A number of them have completely song so they're not visible to the public. Some of them have sunk, but the master is visible. Bhalla says It wasn't a last resort, but asking the federal government for help. Wasn't a first resort. Either. This opportunity came into our lap, and it's precisely for the purposes that you know we seek your move the boats Hoboken is applying for a grant from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, which could give the city 100 for $1000 to get the boats out of the cove. Mac Rosenberg Double The CBS News Radio 80 WCBS news time 5 48 Way check traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the eights with Andre Farrell. It's going to Northern Westchester counties. You travelling south bound of psychotic right around Pleasantville Road seems to be some slow moving traffic..

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Workers continue strike at key Navy shipbuilding yard in Hoboken, NJ

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:24 sec | 3 months ago

Workers continue strike at key Navy shipbuilding yard in Hoboken, NJ

"Eleven hundred shipyard workers went on strike at the todd yards at Hoboken New Jersey yesterday despite a government appeal that their work is vital, another fifteen hundred men stayed away from the top yards at Brooklyn waiting to take a strike vote Federal Mediator Howard t Colin wired the hoboken workers that a stoppage in this essential industry could cause serious consequences because of the Korean

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New York - 2 People Struck By Lightning In Queens, Church Also Struck

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:12 sec | 3 months ago

New York - 2 People Struck By Lightning In Queens, Church Also Struck

"Night. Strong thunderstorms brought down trees and power lines and left parts of Hoboken flooded. Two people were hit by lightning in South Ozone Park, Queens, were lightning is also believed to have started a fire to church.

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Hoboken's Spike In COVID-19 Cases Due To Travelers Returning From Hot Spot States

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:04 min | 4 months ago

Hoboken's Spike In COVID-19 Cases Due To Travelers Returning From Hot Spot States

"Is is still still good good on on Corona Corona virus virus in in New New York. York. But But there there are are new new concerns concerns in in New New Jersey. Jersey. The The lady's lady's reports reports show show a a drop drop of almost 200 cases from Friday to Saturday, easing concerns of another spike in the Empire State. The spike is exactly what they're worried about in Hoboken. Mayor Ravi Bhalla says 13 new covert 19 cases Thursday and Friday are the highest two day total since mid May. All traveled out of state where they attended gatherings, Thankfully, They heated our call that we previously put out alerting residents. To this early tread. Had to get tested. If you traveled to a a hot hot spot, spot, ST ST Most Most were were asymptomatic. asymptomatic. And And he he says says That's That's why why the the governor governor asking asking travelers travelers from from 16 16 states. states. A A quarantine quarantine is is so so important important as as well well as as testing, testing, Hoboken's Hoboken's chief chief health specialist, Lynette Maduro says it's not just a problem in Hoboken. Actually, we're seeing spikes in cases across the state. Better travel related. Um I've been in contact with other health departments and other health officers and public health professionals and Especially over the last week. We can have

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New Jersey Coronavirus Cases On The Rise

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:28 min | 4 months ago

New Jersey Coronavirus Cases On The Rise

"Virus virus in in New New York. York. But But there there are are new new concerns concerns in in New New Jersey Jersey Ladies Ladies reports reports show show a a drop drop of of almost almost 200 200 cases cases from from Friday Friday to to Saturday Saturday in in New New York York with with Jesus Jesus concerns concerns of another spike. And a spike is exactly what they're worried about in Hoboken there, Ravi Bhalla says 13 new covert 19 cases Thursday and Friday are the highest two day total since mid May. All traveled out of state where they attend to gatherings, Thankfully, They heated our call that we previously put out alerting residents. To this early trend. Had to get tested. If you traveled to a hot spot, ST Most were asymptomatic. And he says That's why the governor asking travelers from 16 states. A quarantine is so important as well as testing, Hoboken's chief health specialist, Lynette Maduro says it's not just a problem in Hoboken. Actually, we're seeing spikes in cases across the

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New Jersey - Hoboken Mayor Confirms Highest 2-Day Total Of New COVID-19 Cases Since Mid-May

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:02 min | 4 months ago

New Jersey - Hoboken Mayor Confirms Highest 2-Day Total Of New COVID-19 Cases Since Mid-May

"Across the nation has been steadily climbing for the past week. More than 50,000 new cases were reported yesterday. Many trying to figure out how to safely celebrate the holiday weekend, and there's a new cluster of cases in Hoboken Mayor Robby Bhalla says 13 new covert 19 cases Thursday and Friday are the highest two day total since mid May. All traveled out of state where they attend to gatherings, Thankfully, They heated our call that we previously put out alerting residents. To this early tread. And to get tested. If you traveled to a hot spot, ST Most were asymptomatic. And he says That's why the governor asking travelers from 16 states. A quarantine is so important as well as testing, Hoboken's chief health specialist, Lynette Maduro says it's not just a problem in Hoboken. Actually, we're seeing spikes in cases across the state better travel related. I've been in contact with other health departments and other health officers and public health professionals and Especially over the last week. We can have Samantha Lippman 10. 10 wins in

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M.A.T. With Mike

Recovery Happy Hour

04:12 min | 4 months ago

M.A.T. With Mike

"All right, let's talk to Mike. He is a father of two an entrepreneur who lives in New Jersey and with as much serious stuff. As we covered, we also talked about how much fun it is to go out and party as a sober person. Let's get to it. Hi, Mike, how are you? I'm great. Thanks for having me yeah of course. I'm thrilled to get to know you a little bit. Bit Better and learn more about your story. I know that it's a topic. We haven't really touched on yet. So you're our first. I'm psyched to have you here. Wonderful. Glad to be the first well. I tell us your name and your sobriety date, and would you have described yourself as a high or a low functioning drinker? My name is Mike Russell my sobriety date is February two thousand eighteen I'm not a big day tracker, but I could look it up in my phone. Actually you know I don I would. Consider myself. like a high functioning person like not very. I wasn't a daily drinker. Drinks problem once every other week. And my challenge was been shrinking. Got It got it and tell us a little bit about you. Now you know what you do for a living where you live age family anything like that I'm happily married I have two wonderful kids I live in Hoboken New Jersey outside new, York City and currently relocated to our summer home. I would have been. I don't know how long I've been here. Because kind of all blurs together like we're, we're. We're living here. We're in time. So. You know in Margate. City New Jersey about a block from the beach. which is awesome, and then I have also my family and my sister, my sister in law, my brother law and their two kids. Here's while so we a lively wonderful home. Very lucky. Circumstances Nice Little Coruna OAC's. Yeah. Let's get into it. Let's let's about your story, and if you would tell us in ten minutes or less, you drink how long it was a problem and why you decided to stop High School I. Think I. I didn't drink a lot. I drank little bit It wasn't a big part of my life very much into sports, student, government and right between high school and college. I just out of nowhere. came down with a non Hodgkin's lymphoma and is very surprising to me. traumatic obviously, and I checked into hospital had wonderful doctors in went through chemotherapy at I, was very fortunate to. Be Able to go to college a semester late and come out in full recovery, but I think things kind of change for me there and when I did get to college, I started to drink pretty frequently and I would say that was like the point when. I started to drink a law you know throughout college pretty consistent. In then I graduated moved to Manhattan, and I had a job in banking, and I was trying to Ford my rent so I had a side hustle in Bayliss. Promotions, which again weeds bit more drinking within two years, I had the nightlife promotions business was actually producing more income from you than my job, so I left my job and I went into that industry time for about eight years, and that was eight years more shrinking, and towards the end I met my wife, and I wanted to kind of have a career change and I knew if I wanted to have a family and it was pretty clear she wanted. To Change? In order to have a family I did eventually I was thought. Hey, you know this is probably circumstantial. It'll go away, but I ended up moving into technology, which is eventually where I wanted to be I wasn't a simple transition, but I got there and the drinking go away, just kind of morphed in I from there was. A trigger drinker I wasn't drinking. Galley I didn't have cravings. I never thought about drinking but I'd hit a trigger. You know out with friends out to dinner on vacation and say I'm GonNa have one or two drinks. Inevitably, it was countless number of drinks, and that was my challenge.

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New Jersey Enters Phase 2: Restaurants Allowed To Reopen For Outdoor Dining

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

01:10 min | 4 months ago

New Jersey Enters Phase 2: Restaurants Allowed To Reopen For Outdoor Dining

"Tomorrow is gonna be a big day in New Jersey has outdoor dining can start again and retail shops can welcome customers back inside the B. C. B. S. S. C. burns tells us how some places are getting ready the tables spaced six feet apart her all set for diners on the water it McLuhan's rum runner in sea bright taking that next step forward because it's been very very difficult to McAloon says some of his other restaurants will be taking advantage of expanded sidewalk and street space as far as health and safety says masks gloves and sanitizer will be abundant everybody at first but you know you'd like to think that the quality of your service the quality approval when the day any indoor dining is still not allowed retail shops are also getting ready to welcome people back inside limited to fifty percent capacity it's going to be great actually see customers again chip Heisler loans tunes a record shop in Hoboken he's only leading ten people inside at a time and he's hoping customers are able to self police I don't think any of us shop owners want to be you know having to referee and say Hey you've got to move further away from this gentleman here he will also have masks gloves hand sanitizer at the ready Steve burns WCBS newsradio eight

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New York - NJ Transit’s 5-Year, $6 Billion Plans Focus on Infrastructure and Reliability

Morning Edition

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

New York - NJ Transit’s 5-Year, $6 Billion Plans Focus on Infrastructure and Reliability

"New Jersey transit has unveiled a five year capital plan that seeks nearly six billion dollars in additional funding to address reliability and safety governor Phil Murphy rolled out the plan yesterday if you're gonna get one thing right it's the ability to move people and things around better than and now safely safely vertically with this pandemic better than in any other state in America major projects in the capital plan include elevating part of the century old Hoboken terminal to protect against flooding and repairing or replacing aging rail bridges retaining walls and signals the plan also envisions expanding and upgrading bus garages to accommodate a greater number of electric

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Booker says he sees 'sentiment and the substance' behind 'Defund the Police' phrase but 'it's not a slogan I will use'

The Truth About Money with Ric Edelman

01:38 min | 5 months ago

Booker says he sees 'sentiment and the substance' behind 'Defund the Police' phrase but 'it's not a slogan I will use'

"News room the protests have stretched well beyond New York City we've seen them all across the country we've seen demonstrations in Hoboken Jersey city Newark Montclair and other parts of New Jersey as well and senator Cory Booker was on NBC's meet the press this morning he says there is a genuine call to action he was asked specifically about calls to defund police well I understand clearly the sentiment and the substance behind the slogan and so also slogan I'll use are your people just dismiss it and don't get deeper into the substance as I said earlier it is not a mark of a beloved community to prey upon the most vulnerable and your society we are using police and I think I ran police departments I would have exhausted police officer saying why are we using police to deal with the fragility or vulnerability of our society there's so much money going into our police departments but it's a more expensive way to deal with it I remember being surprised in Seattle with a housing group called Plymouth housing where they should be in data analysis where they look at what was more expensive for society keeps providing supportive housing for Americans with mental illness that were homeless or leaving them on the streets and they found out they were the same Seattle millions of dollars mayor de Blasio this morning says New York City will be diverting some of the six billion dollars the NYPD has in its budget to youth and social services when pressed on how much you wouldn't say he also promoted several other reform a police reform ideas including some that will be talked about this upcoming week in

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New York - Jersey City, Hoboken Residents Urged To Boil Water Following Tuesday’s Main Break

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:21 sec | 6 months ago

New York - Jersey City, Hoboken Residents Urged To Boil Water Following Tuesday’s Main Break

"That boil water advisory remains in place for Jersey city and Hoboken after that huge water main break in Kearney yesterday the contractor ruptured a three foot wide main that supplies water to Jersey city and and Hoboken Suez water says the water may be discolored due to naturally occurring minerals Suez says running cold water should help clear the

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New York - Water Main Break Prompts Boil Water Advisory For Jersey City And Hoboken

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:17 sec | 6 months ago

New York - Water Main Break Prompts Boil Water Advisory For Jersey City And Hoboken

"At a boil water advisory is in place for Jersey city of Hoboken a water main break is a reason why a contractor was doing work and ruptured the line Suez water says the water may be discolored due to naturally occurring minerals in the water and so run cold water that'll help clear the

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"hoboken" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

04:14 min | 7 months ago

"hoboken" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"In the Hoboken fire department can of a plus place to rest and recharge so thank you to everyone it Stevens for thinking about their Hoboken neighbors I said we would be brief today including in the queue in a so forgive me because it is Good Friday but because it is Good Friday I want to be able to share one more story of some of the good being done around our state someone this most solemn Fridays here's something hopefully that will lift your hearts today I want to recognize the member of the Wyckoff the members of the White cough girl scout troop twenty four in Bergen county there's a couple other members right there's a member rather on the left there's a health care worker on the right after reading stories of nurses describing the physical discomfort caused by the straps of their face masks the troop took took producing simple had bands that can be worn under the straps to reduce their discomfort and make life on the job just a little bit better the troop donated their headbands to the valley hospital in Ridgewood and there's an example of the head then you could see on the right of the picture so this is how we're going to get through this it is both the huge donations of a hundred thousand masks and for that we're incredibly grateful but it's also a little fox like head bands to make those masks less uncomfortable to look professionals were wearing them day in and day out for hours upon hours for uniqlo we thank you and to the members of Wyckoff girl scout troop twenty four we thank you New Jersey thanks and I ask each of you to keep tweeting out the stories of your heroes and by using the hashtag NJ thanks you everyone was pitching in to help us through this deserves our thanks so too does everyone out there who's doing the right things to help us flatten the curve especially with a major holiday weekend upon us this cannot be a weekend to think we can let our foot off the gas we're not even close folks we have to keep with it today tomorrow Sunday and every day until this war is one and with it we will then again you're starting to see some glimmers of hope look at the amount of people discharge yesterday look at that county map look at the beginnings of the flattening of the curve of positive tests and remember as we said before with the heaviest of hearts even though those metrics are beginning to look a little bit more positive we will still lose many folks of the state sadly because the folks were announcing Judy and ed today who have lost their lives may have been infected several weeks ago so we're now seeing the sad end to some of the realities that hit us weeks before us but stay with it we will win this unequivocally if each and everyone of us does our part and we will for the little things like washing hands with soap and water to bigger things stay home please period social distancing no matter where you are including at home all the way up to the steps that we're taking today including for instance the executive order that I'm signing today as they were like really relates to our corrections facilities all of these are pieces in a broader puzzle in this week each continued to drop our pieces of the puzzle in place eventually that will be a beautiful tapestry of R. one New Jersey family finally back on its feet together again stronger than ever before with that please help me welcome the woman who needs no introduction the commissioner of the department of health Judy personality thank you governor and good morning I want to take a moment to thank commissioner Hicks and all the support he's given the department of health and not working to protect the safety not only of his employees but of the total forensic population and all of our sister agencies this is really a whole of government approach and they are all vital to the effort and I thank them not only for their support but for what they're doing every day I want to share.

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New York - N.J. steps up to help front-line workers

This Morning with Gordon Deal

05:24 min | 7 months ago

New York - N.J. steps up to help front-line workers

"It is often said that if you want something done ask a busy person such is the case with Amy Frank Goldman she runs her own wealth management firm in New Jersey she's also home schooling her daughter currently recovering from the corona virus and just last week launched the local chapter of the front line appreciation group on Facebook where she helped raise money for men and women on the front lines of the pandemic she's here to talk about her group AB how did this begin for you I would think about what it really cross the river from New York City and we were around for nine eleven but all the started blowing up and we're watching what happens in New York City I didn't think I had to do something so I started looking around for the opportunity that kind of help the front line workers who believe that the not the front end of this but also I kept seeing all these stories about small businesses that were struggling with self you know if we were to show our appreciation for the people who are online why can't we do that by using local restaurants to to fund that goal to give some of that money back into the community out there I started a page on Facebook and it just went bananas so how does it work so basically what we do is we take a donation from the people who work during the day of the FIFA pages they are both of them on the peacock set up in those two nations are used to pay local restaurants to deliver meals to a number of different areas of the province so far would cover your rooms I see rooms in hospitals has been silent again care center others a certain hotline whether entering the coronavirus called for the town in city hall you ought to put areas will actually branching out into pharmacist store clerk so even in little league international appreciation to all the people who are out there leading up function in the new normal that we have so what's cooperation but like if you have a lot of buy in from supporters it's been incredible we have two thousand members in the group demanded money that we raise is is truly inspirational and it didn't go to do things that you know initially I thought we'd be able to provide a couple meals but now it looks like we'll be able to do that for weeks a month or south based on the money that was raised well for speak with Anne Frank golden she's the founder of the Hoboken and Jersey city New Jersey frontline appreciation group on Facebook they're raising money for health care workers so in terms of distribution do you have volunteers deliver things out of that and work with the beautiful about it so what about certain Hoboken hello they had a delivery business but for the most part eleven had done in Florida right so they can bring a lot of those restaurant into delivery only in their delivery people that work for those first on to the ones that have been facilitating the delivery and it's been kind of a fun experience because I love to share the photos of the food and preparing an offer the food in the hands of the into the front line people also the nurses the doctors they've actually receive the food in a long time some of the donors wanted me to deliver themselves and sending pictures of themselves like him to come over to the nurses station which is like a really cool thing to see you know Willie so have the health care workers responded well they probably domino's just hopes I think I think that they have a lot more variety in the lab options and that's another thing I try to make it through the week of the nutrient dense now that their job is not just mentally taxing the critical impact with while so serving them pizza and sub five need to week seven to week that's really not going to be the fact that he's a resources so I'm very specific when they speak the restaurant about what they're preparing for them making sure they're getting a good meal but you know that the end of the day it's really comes from the heart in the two people who I don't wanna call them unsung heroes but in normal times were not in the time of the pandemic or crisis of course people appreciate what they do you know what it really comes before court right now for those around the country listening who aren't familiar Jersey city and Hoboken very heavily populated areas certainly no choices of food right have you gone out on a limb and thrown something exotic at these health care workers I'm sure that we had a vegan restaurant a little bit you know what we've got everything from Italian to Thai food in Indian food coming later this week so it's definitely a lot of variety I think the one joint I so I think I saw a stat from small business owners generally speaking who say they're down to like eighty percent of business at this point under this under these restrictions because they're limited to just take out or delivery anybody say that what you're doing is helping keep them afloat and they might otherwise close account for me is that I want to be fair and sometimes give the opportunity probably have everybody's gotten Hoboken to participate before I go back to him he has already done a delivery so for being realistic you know five or six hundred on delivery you can change the bottom line over a week two weeks three weeks for a company or for a cyclical restaurant what I'm trying to do is when we were away please post operative could show the health care workers I always put the link to that restaurant in the in the polls and I think you're considering going out thing to consider this restaurant what I'm trying to bring awareness to these small business owners the people know that they're delivering other they're still out there and maybe they have a doctor orders not restaurant in awhile or maybe they had ordered the question before and so now in addition to being able to provide something for the front line we're getting a little bit of P. are the people who are helping us make that happen well that is Amy Amy Frank Goldman again head of her local chapter of the front line appreciation group on Facebook in

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"hoboken" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:13 min | 7 months ago

"hoboken" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"On the same day that Hoboken reported an additional seventeen cases bringing the total number there to one hundred eighty four which states all over the country implementing stay at home orders the airlines are still operating in that means flight personnel are concerned and want some basic safety precautions put in place more from KCBS reporter Jennifer Hodges some of the airlines have issued I wearing masks for flight attendants others haven't and in some cases masks weren't allowed on the job until just a few days ago even though we have few passengers on the planes we don't know these people they don't know us we could be cross contaminating that a flight attendant wanted to remain anonymous she's been flying for the past seven years we are exposed to so many different people people aren't tested before they come through TSA people should be at least have their temperature taken before they come through TSA and onto an enclosed aircraft Jennifer Hodges for CBS news San Francisco congregating in church for Palm Sunday not an option Catholics all over the country have taken to the internet to engage in worship archbishop Timothy cardinal Dolan celebrated mass at St Patrick's cathedral without a congregation broadcast live on the archdiocese's YouTube channel he spoke this morning with our Tanya Hanson a dramatic transition from evil to goodness from darkness to light from death to life that came on Easter we're going to need that more than ever really need that more than ever this year because darn it we're not afraid to admit we find ourselves in a lot of darkness now and we need the light St Patrick's cathedral says since they started live streaming services last month hundreds of thousands of people have tuned in W. CBS.

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New Yorkers who break social distancing rules, face fines

Jay Talking

00:44 sec | 7 months ago

New Yorkers who break social distancing rules, face fines

"Mayor bill de Blasio says new Yorkers who fail to practice social distancing could soon be slapped with up to five hundred dollars in fines he adds that for now he doesn't agree with closing parks which officials have done in Hoboken New Jersey eight point six million people in a very small space I don't think taking away parks is a great idea in less we have evidence that people are not following the rules the mayor says officers will give those who gather a warning first and then if they're caught again violating the order will be given a ticket the tickets begin at two hundred fifty dollars and could go as high as five hundred

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New Jersey - Hoboken Mayor Will Completely Shut Parks Amid Coronavirus

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:22 sec | 7 months ago

New Jersey - Hoboken Mayor Will Completely Shut Parks Amid Coronavirus

"Hope Logan's office of emergency management and its mayor Ravi Bhalla have announced the two week closure of all parks in Hoboken to prevent the spread of coronavirus the closure will start tomorrow morning at eight had all Hoboken county parks along with old dog parks in a statement Bhalla says the closures are preventive the warmer weather in April will bring more people outdoors raising the risk of

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"hoboken" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:34 min | 8 months ago

"hoboken" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"In Hoboken adjusting means doing things strictly online they can do in their homes that we were also able to keep on paying our coaches that way Dave conveyed co owns the gym with his wife Cher he says during these uncertain times the community has stepped up to help keep his business afloat it's been an overwhelming outpour of support I cannot you know thank them enough that it you know it if I wasn't anymore still gonna him I'd probably be in two years he says despite the support if things remain as is they will need some sort of local state or federal assistance in order to make it to the summer you know booking Kevin Rincon WCBS newsradio eight eighty and on Long Island suggestions for those of us having to make do without those businesses open for now for your everyday mental health especially if you're trying to home school or work from home when you hardly ever do Nassau County executive Laura Curran suggests if you exercise if your gym is closed go for a run go do some push ups and sit ups home to one of our beautiful parks we have record golf attendance it's the best place to practice social distancing and she says to stay on a routine that's important for mental health and for those who need treatments for people who are dealing with depression who are dealing with addiction they can go to a very dark places right now Alcoholics Anonymous in any meetings are postponed support networks might be cut off and but there are virtual options so be all WCBS newsradio eight eighty or the Federal Deposit insurance corporation is warning us all bank scammers connected to the outbreak one scam is a claim banks are limiting access to customers money the FDIC says there's been an uptick in calls text messages letters and emails from scammers pretending to be FDIC employees using names of people actually work at the FDIC they say there are security issues with bank deposits the FDIC says they're out to get bank accounts and other personal information no depositor has lost money since the FDIC was created in nineteen thirty three because of the corona virus many banks have shortened branch hours or are pushing customers to use online banking I'm at Donahue it's one twenty three here's the thing about new cherry vanilla coke though cherries named first all the flavors tastes just as great I mean it could have just as easily been vanilla cherry coke or it could have been coke cherry vanilla and since it's too amazing flavors of coke it might have been cold vanilla cherry coke or cherry vanilla coke coke unless you're in France which would make it a cocktail of an Iowa Democrat a Democrat.

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"hoboken" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:45 min | 8 months ago

"hoboken" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Residents should immediately begin self isolating at home there's basically a whole book and read a recommendation I'm not sure is a law in Hoboken today we're issuing a new policy of self isolation within our mile square city policy yeah but you can't you can't enforce the sign up you know I'm in it listen okay how bad it gets I'm not gonna sit in my apartment doing nothing all day I'm gonna have to get on get some air move around and you do want to support local businesses anywhere you can buy these going to do take after you want to try to cut for example there a hundred new cases in New York just yesterday about that the problem is that testing you know they're saying that tons and tons of people walking around with this and don't know if they can't get tested I don't know how easy it is to get tested though well if there's enough testing but no you gotta go through your primary care and then you have to no we know somebody who you know would know names and they they will they get tested all that getting get tested so that's a problem yeah I mean if you called your in the end can your GP really tell you what to do now I mean they say you can't come here to get tested can come to my own now when you go urging Kerr to get test well you know newer shell has that the drive thru but someone was telling me that I would imagine as they scale it up is the phrase popular phrase that day as they're probably gonna have some centers all over New York where you just walk in and be tested well I don't know if you're walking without a doctor's note but doctor approval you have some symptoms you just you just can't go in but Ms if you show up the emergency room they sought to take you right that's what hospitals dot I would gas I can't just turn you away because you're not on the test I don't know if emergency rooms have these test kits that's the issue I am well coming up next let's switch over to politics is basically bye bye Bernie it looks like Biden is the man for anybody with your W. O. R. traffic problems in the five boroughs but in general that the later on the other hand we come in with on site right that's sexy to push along the right side of the roadway busy back from the belt and over on the southbound side of the G. again it's the grand concourse exit three at least one lane blocked with the crash there the George Washington bridge right now a minor delays same story at the Lincoln and Holland tunnels that alters the parking rules they've been suspended for at least a week or so but you do need to feed the meter is heading for the west bound side the ally east a little bit busy and Lakeville road because of earlier problems and on the westbound southern state heavy into Grand Avenue over on one in nine that brought out new that's still close both ways by Fairview Avenue with a crash investigation our next topic updates in fifteen minutes nothing to look at the W. O. R. weather channel forecasts producing some high cloud command fifty three this afternoon a little more cloud and sunshine from clouds tonight we get rain late forty four suburbs cooler.

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Counties around the country announce more virus restrictions

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:45 min | 8 months ago

Counties around the country announce more virus restrictions

"New Jersey second death was confirmed yesterday a woman in her fifties in Monmouth County there are no other details on that right now in Hoboken city officials I've ordered a curfew adding to the previously or chat that have gyms daycare centers in movie theaters among other things the whole goal to stop big public gatherings of inter volatile we are trying to take a proactive and preemptive measures to further the spread of this virus and that is that includes but is not limited to but shutting down farmers and limiting restaurants to take out and delivery service only starting tomorrow that curfew requires all Hoboken residents to stay home from ten PM to five AM except in an emergency in Teaneck the mayor is asking people to self quarantine moment Mohammed have editing tilted wins the more people we have in different places the worse off it can't so we're asking people to take it seriously and stay home you know stay home stay home with your family I understand that you could be a symptomatic I'm feeling fine but you could still be a carrier ended rather for the office of emergency management is closing a bunch of rec areas and played unsettle public bathrooms too they also banned unpermitted gatherings of ten or more people advising anybody holding private gatherings of more than twenty five to record names and phone numbers keep the for fourteen days there's also another sign of the times in New Orleans the party's over on Bourbon street the sound this morning as under orders from mayor latoya Cantrell big crowds are broken up city police department enforcing a ban on large gatherings shut down came a social media lit up with people criticizing party years for being selfish by ignoring the calls for socialites elation and precautions to slow the spread of

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Virus restrictions tighten, disrupting daily life

Masters in Business

00:14 sec | 8 months ago

Virus restrictions tighten, disrupting daily life

"And here in the U. S. new deaths reported in New Jersey New York and Oregon as communities put new restrictions in place to curb the corona virus spread Hoboken New Jersey among the first cities to impose a daily curfew starting

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"hoboken" Discussed on America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

02:48 min | 8 months ago

"hoboken" Discussed on America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

"But I imagine that the city of hoboken. It's very built up and so green. Infrastructure is way to mitigate flooding. Just wasn't an option for you. Guys have a green infrastructure strategic plan but a lot of lot of the challenges we find beautiful structures. It's expensive expensive. Contain were really tracking toward big volume. We need to have areas where water can flow to. This is a principle that we've taken from the Dutch in living with water. It's not always about managing it through best practices. We have a lot of district installed throughout the city part of that delay strategy. I mentioned before is this is the last part is the last three resorts parks on the western side of the city of the first one we did was two hundred thousand gallons subsurface project. The second one's four hundred thousand gallons sub surface project. Both those projects were built in opened in two thousand seventeen year. Two Thousand Nineteen is motion vicious for sure up in addition to that we've done right away bio sales curb. Extension bump outs and we've installed. We actually did a demonstration project around city hall very visible area of like you said. The city super built out somewhere near like six thousand pedestrians during the peak hour. They're walking by. So we did bio sisters planters porous concrete all around city hall to give one of these interventions where people were like do something we want to address flooding and we thought it'd be a good way to put our money where mouth this to do it. All around City Hall people see it. Interactive can understand it. It's visible. We actually have a demonstration of green roofs. We've a big green program so yeah it was just a this kind of natural extension of the importance of green infrastructure. But not relying on that exclusively. I would say that most of our products are Rian Gray. Bland were under the ground. Pretty heavily engineered pretty pretty pretty traditional then above the surface. We've to provide that cuny amend Neva over not relying exclusively on premium structure. Have a few more questions here in regarding the public in your you bring up these projects and you need to get funded. You need to get public support. You need to get like the local leadership. Support is climate change used as sort of the rhetoric or a communication strategy to get people on board or do you just kind of avoid it. I mean is it even talked about by the local population. You need to do what you're doing here to adapt to climate change. I so it's A. It's a great question. I think that we talk about when you usually talk about. Climate Change through the Lens of are reducing our carbon footprint and we. I would say that we put that. The climate change topic in our in our sustainability book of business in as far as residency goes we use climate change as.

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"hoboken" Discussed on America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

02:05 min | 8 months ago

"hoboken" Discussed on America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

"Hate actors joining me. Is Caleb Stratton chief resilience officer for the city of Hoboken High Kayla to the podcast? Hey thanks for having me. I really appreciate it. So you're coming on as part of this conversation. I'm having with Shalini and so we wanted to hear a little bit more about what's going on hoboken but what do you do though? I as the chief resilience officer for the city there. What is that role? Mien so my responsibilities are to manage our adaptation projects and help align the money that we're spending in the city with risk reduction goals and to do that by doing these projects trying to realize multiple uses through our intervention soda. Example of that is project the main Shalini about witches are North West Park roximately in eighty million dollar project will redoing subsurface storage for stormwater reducing flood risk residual abyss in the area around the park but also producing new amenity for the community so was Hurricane Sandy. Really to do this or was this already in the works absolutely. It actually goes back one year prior hurricane Irene in the city was a consequential rain event. I WANNA say lose with multiple feet of water on the western side of the city is a picture of like a Houston esque flood event. And that got everyone's attention in that started. What is part of our Comprehensive Water Management Strategy? That started our delay store discharge projects which are making more capacity in our sewer system providing pumps to pump water when necessary and then also Keeping water out of our sewer system. Okay so I just I guess to give people a visual. What happened during hurricane? Sandy though I wasn't much more consequential event I mean. The city was under water right so I really had multiple feet of water in certain maligning areas of the city. Sandy was a catastrophic eighty percent of the one mile square city of hoboken flooded out power for a couple of weeks. Irene got the city's attention. Sandy cemented the fact that we need to bend the will and the ability of local government to reducing risks in these areas between two thousand eleven. Two thousand twelve this. We.

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"hoboken" Discussed on America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

12:44 min | 8 months ago

"hoboken" Discussed on America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

"With Al Paso there. They saw the solution to flash floods and storm. Water Management is green infrastructure. But they're real obstacle was figuring out. Do you maintain this stuff without becoming a burden on an already overworked maintenance department and so in that case they did some really smart early planning and said well. How do we actually craft a set of solutions invite ideas for green infrastructure solutions that can reduce our maintenance costs and protect our road and so in that case it wasn't about designing something different than they envisioned? It was designing a different way to pay for. It would make sure I understood you right there. You think though at the stage of most cities are going to say but most are at least thinking about the climate change issues. But they're not taking it to that next step kind of doing planning that that you guys are doing that. I have that right. Yeah I think most of these are thinking about climate change. They're different degrees of prepared to panicked but the solution space is still wide open and folks latch on to. I've heard this worked somewhere else or I just need a seawall and oftentimes it takes a deeper dive to get to a better more tailor-made solution that you can actually implemented pay for okay. It's a recurring theme of me. Kind of dissing the south because I am from the South and so do you have any projects in the southeast. Are you working? And don't say Miami because they're that's not because that's one of the southeast city on its own creature because I would disagree and I I just think communities that haven't even did I can't even say it even forget the politics they just don't and so I think there's a level of sophistication that it sort of takes to even want to have a conversation with you and I thank you might push back. I think there's lots and lots of cities that aren't even the most basic like Oh. Climate change is an issue and it. That's very concerning so totally agree. We're coming through entirely different doorways for these conversations stuff which is in in the deep south. We don't often talk about climate what we will do. Start the conversation by saying you know who loses money when this flood happen have gotten worse in the last five years. And that's a very different way to start the discussion and it does require tiptoeing around some very obvious things and it's it's very much when we're involved. I think to be entirely fair. The communities that have their heads entirely in the sand about climate change are not reaching out to us. Our most direct engagement are with folks who see that they have a problem now. See that it's getting worse whether they call that climate or not is still open and or whether they attributed to climate change is still open but it doesn't prevent us from working with them and so I think one of the things that we do pretty differently because we're focused on the finance side of becoming more resilient than we specifically use resilience because there's less opposition to it. In communities that have political challenges in tackling climate change head on we get an entry way into the south end into communities that wouldn't necessarily have things like climate action plans and get to tackle something where it's a really critical underpinning to being more climate smart and resilient and so a great example as Mobile Alabama has been dealing with deferred maintenance backlogs by calling it infrastructure blight. And they're doing a lot more than a lot of communities in the north that haven't dealt with their maintenance backlogs that leave them at greater risk every single year for the next storm but would they call it. Climate change absolutely not. Would they call climate action for sure enough in listen I? I don't think cities need to go out of their way to just say climate change for the sake being politically correct but at the same time. Let's say you're even saying well. I've had fled. It's been getting worse than the last five years if you in. This goes back to that conversation about like. What's the future going to look like compared to the past and if they're still just like well we're planning for that flood. That happened just a couple of years ago as opposed to what's really going to happen in the future the not talking about climate change. That's just seems so problematic. It has its limits right so I think we take pretty pragmatic approach. Which is how do you make things better? If not perfect in in a lot of communities where you're still just trying to open the door these discussions and the incrementally better for us as really we. We measure success by. Who's less at risk? And in some communities that is a very different discussion than others where they're talking about hundred year protection versus tenure protection. And it's very much a community driven decision for us but we have been surprised. I think in places that don't seem to have a lot of deep sophistication about climate modeling or forecasts where we've been able to walk through the door and have a discussion about insurance costs at it. Essentially gets you to the same thing because you're looking at a rising future problem and you can put it into a different framework that makes it a little bit more palatable to solve but I agree. It's a huge problem and I think in order to do this work. You have to be optimistic about the learning curve so we we try to go into every community that way and we do get stuck in some communities we we end up offering solutions that don't get implemented okay. I love speculating about things that I'm going to get you to speculate here. Envisioning how your process unfolds. And let's say there's just this massive uptake you know. The cities across the country are sort of doing it but also at the same time there's going to be winners and losers there are with everything and I just imagined in this sort of future environment. There's a couple of things where get let. Let's say cities that aren't aggressive enough in doing their planning to like we talked about it. They didn't take it seriously enough. Or and you you have that federal experience maybe when it comes to sort of the big grants and the big money that these communities need to tap into they're gonNA say well know. These big areas are under threat of flooding or risk of this. We don't want it. It's going to be a bad investment and I sort of almost envisioned. The rust belt be people fled it. Or the economy's contracted being it was related to some economic. And the you know but I'm just thinking there's going to be the equivalent of a rust belt in regards to like communities impacted by adaptation in the lack of planning or the actual impact. And I just I. I wonder if there's any way to kind of even predict where we might have this contraction in areas. Because of everything that you're doing that's interesting I you know it's it's a fascinating question. It's not something I've thought deeply about but my instinct is that the rust belt was a product of a set of things that economic factors where you can see a geographic concentration of the impacts. That's why it's a belt and I'm I'm from. Pittsburgh is my hometown so I I know it well and what that kind of economic decimation can do to a set of communities. I think two things that are going to make the climate impacts a little bit. Different one is that it's it's not a single force that regionally concentrated right if it were just flooding and you were looking for example at the Mississippi River region. That's been hit incredibly hard in the past couple years. Then you might see more of geographic concentration but instead you have wildfire here in California flood in the middle of the country on the south hurricanes along the coast so I think everybody is feeling different thing. So there's not that Kinda unifying sense of a single thing happening and the other thing is I think we're gonNA see more of the type of I don't know that you call it flight. But just gradual deterioration at a sector level than geographic level where you see impacts that. Play out in industrial corridors. That no longer have access to enough water. Or there's too much water for production or supply chains. So my instinct is that we're going to see this in industrial sector said agriculture sector more readily than we would in specific geographies sector-by-sector going to be impacted. But I do think geography could come into play that you think like Galveston to Tampa you. Could you could be like the flood belt or something like that that. There's these communities it's going to be like a state of enterpise. They solely kind of dissolved. Because it's the infrastructure investments are going to be too great dealing with sea level rise and impacts and geographically places like hoboken New York City. They're going to be able to afford it but other areas. I think this is going to be sort of an unraveling going on. I think that's true and I think we're seeing it in slow motion. It's just such slow motion that it's hard to kind of zoom outing get the blurry picture crystallize. But I think you're absolutely right. We are going to see that. And it's part of why I think the most important things that we can do are some of the least sexy right which is helping small communities in medium sized communities that are less well resourced get better access to the resources to make that leap. So they're not in a zero sum game with a New Yorker San Francisco. But you're actually able to move the needle in Gary Indiana rights. If I'm kind of thinking of what you're doing is here's an opportunity for a community necessarily have a silver bullet to these problems. But it's taking aggressive action to kind of avoid this unraveling sort of pre-planning. You're just. Yeah you're you're climate-proofing yourself as best you can exactly right and I think it's you know it's very much if you if you look at the small medium sized communities it leads you to a lot of issues that don't sound directly. Adaptation related resilience related like deferred maintenance or procurement but those are really the day-to-day stumbling blocks. That keep you from acting and would leave you either indefinitely studying the problem or ignoring it so I got a few more questions in this area and then I want to transition to a just a little bit different conversation but let's say there's someone out there who's involved in this area. I think I have a relatively small team. And if you WANNA mention who who they are and what they do that I think it'd be useful but like if there was a city out there that wanted to do this. Are you even a resource or you so big into like sort of the projects that you're doing? How does that all work? No we absolutely take direct phone calls from city. Our our team doesn't really do any marketing. We are were tiny. Were four five people on any given set of projects that year we tend to do three large infrastructure projects at any given time but we punch above our weight in a lot of ways because we will partner with on higher whole big firms and some of our partners will dwarf us in size. So we've worked really well. With construction firms like Bechtel. They were involved in some of the early early hoboken. A conceptual design work. Big Banking Institutions. Goldman Sachs said insurance companies and brokers like a on as Swiss re. So we have a reach well beyond what the size of our team might reflect and part of the reason for that is. We don't necessarily know what problem we're solving for a city when we first go in so for hoboken if we had had a hydrologist on staff. That might not have helped us very much. We actually needed folks who understood parking and green infrastructure recreational spaces. And so you have to be able to switch out. Skill sets to solve the problems on meet the needs that you actually hear from city and that doesn't necessarily lend itself to growing a small firm what it does is it. It keeps US lean and mean creative team and then we sourced specific skills and resources. We need on a project by project basis so we have a lot of capacity through partners and on kind of early stage projects we work with big institutions like the World Bank and federal agencies. All the way out to directly working with cities and when we see something that is a skill set that other folks have. That's more direct than anything we could provide. We send him to a pretty wide network of partners and so I think we're pretty unusual as a social business that we're.

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"hoboken" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:59 min | 9 months ago

"hoboken" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"In midtown direct rail service being diverted over to Hoboken terminal all that due to Amtrak overhead wire issues near Penn station New York New Jersey transit rails tickets and passes are being cross honored by the path lines of Newark Penn Hoboken and thirty third street NJ transit bus and private carriers westbound delays getting bigger over the cross Bronx expressway got plenty of construction under the apartments on both decks it's going to cause you at least AV thirty five to forty minute delay if you're headed out towards New Jersey got roadwork delays on the band waking queens north bound into the westbound brands of Grand Central parkway it's over by the Q. gardens interchange there's always see all long island's big three L. I. E. northern state southern state parkways are moving well watch for crash on the beach we in Brooklyn Brooklyn down by begin this Boulevard the delays there from the L. E. all the way down to metropolitan Avenue when you got roadwork delays New Jersey on route three east bound from the metal lands at the Paterson plank road here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels are found fifteen a street bridge lower deck closed overnight the George Washington bridge itself moving well I'm to Jersey once you get there the big delays getting past the apartments Lincoln and Holland tunnels also in good shape traffic and transit every ten minutes on the ones breaking alerts whenever they happen I'm Elliott Kaufman on ten ten wins wins news tiny eleven oh three we were expecting results from the Iowa caucuses by now we don't have any let's go live to des Moines and correspondent Steve caster bomb Steve is it because they change the way they they count this year or do we now well the reason they're using a different system or they were using a different system something to do with a nap that was of being used to report the results in the different precincts the different districts rather more than sixteen hundred caucus sites across the state they still in the Democratic Party system here have not given us any official explanation regarding specifics is what's caused the delay all they have said is they are doing quality control so you now have several campaigns concerned about what's going on now and what this will say about the results and how they'll be received we are now getting these results later than any of the other previous caucuses in recent history here in Iowa so there is a lot of concern especially in the biting camp it would use camp and in the Warren camp Steve do we know are they still going to release some corn called and waves in terms of the first alignment and the final alignment are we gonna get him the final numbers are we really don't know at this point we don't know at this point it did this point they they certainly should know at the individual caucus level what those final results are and they would have transmitted them to the party so the information is definitely being transferred to the party at this point we just don't know why it's not getting back out to the public right now correspondent Steve casting down live from des Moines wins news time eleven oh four three people here in the city are being tested for the corona virus one is hospitalized in Manhattan the other two hospitalized in queens CDC officials say there are eleven confirmed cases in the United States at this point today the CDC says it is expecting there will be more person to person cases of corona virus in the U. S. based on the explosive outbreak in China in the U. S. so far there have been two cases a person to person transmission one in Illinois in one in California the CDC says there will likely be more correspondent Alex stone the first person in the U. S. who became infected with a virus has left the hospital in Washington state the death toll in China has risen to four hundred twenty five with more than twenty thousand confirmed cases an oral surgeon in New Jersey has had his license suspended state officials according to NJ dot com said Dr John veci on who practice in Morris County failed to follow infection protocols fifteen patients.

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"hoboken" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:34 min | 11 months ago

"hoboken" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Hoboken or doing some signal upgrades centrality turns your every ten minutes all the ones breaking have alerts whenever they happen I'm Russ Meyer on ten ten wins now the ten ten wins accu weather for day forecast here's meteorologist Dave hours or we have just sunshine in a cold breeze the rest of the afternoon it's going to be quite cold tonight clear skies light winds temperatures in the upper teens in outlying areas twenty six in midtown they will start to warm things up a little bit turns into a pretty nice day tomorrow partly sunny with a high of forty four that a well into the fifties Monday but also rain off and on all day long that'll actually continue right on through Tuesday but we do have sixty degrees both front goes through Tuesday night so Wednesday were back into the very chilly here once again the highly near forty despite some sunshine and looks like Thursday we could have afternoon temperatures only near freezing right now thirty eight partly sunny in Central Park and going down to twenty six of midtown tonight I'll be the role of the state of ours on new York's weather station tethered wins it's thirty nine degrees in Hackensack it's thirty nine on Staten Island and is thirty five in Sussex lots of questions about the police response to a deadly hostage standoff in Florida this week that story one minute winds news time two thirty three buckle up his metro is bringing you the best deal in wireless switch to metro and get your choice of two awesome free phones from top brands like Samsung LG with huge HD screens and tons of memory for all your pics and videos so hurry in the metro and get your awesome free phones only at metro plus sales tax an activation fee requires ported of eligible number not currently active on T. mobile network active on veteran past ninety days limit four per account for household restrictions apply see store for details and terms and conditions combining home and auto with State Farm gets you a whole lot covered for less but the State Farm radio ad gets you this jam coverage for free for more coverage dot com when is this time to thirty four after two suspects in a Florida jewelry robbery led police on a high speed chase that ended with a deadly shootout family members of the victims are asking why police opened fire corresponded bigger quinto has more from coral gables twenty seven year old Frank or don't yes was covering another U. P. S. driver's route Thursday afternoon when Lamar Alexander and Ronnie Jerome hill hi Jack or don't use this truck and took him hostage in the end four people were dead the two suspects seventy year old Richard cultural he was in his car nearby and or Joan yes for donations stepfather believes officers mishandled the situation and are responsible for his death it's unclear if the two were killed by the suspects or by police fire a man from alma who was working as a security guard at suing aka high school in floral park is now facing sexual abuse charges Bassil County police say twenty two year old Daniel Venezuela was arrested at his home Thursday and charged with two criminal sex acts involving a fifteen year old student at the school detectives say he assaulted the girl numerous times between June and October and they want to know about any other students who may have been attacked they urge other victims to call the local crime stoppers hotline at one eight hundred two four four T. I. P. S. upstart workout bike.

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"hoboken" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"hoboken" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"Yes. Just. Well, we're going. We don't need those. He thought. Welcome to lights camera barstool episode one hundred. Whoa. So technically we had our hundred episode bike couple of weeks ago 'cause we did those plus as many episodes. But anyway, this is really the official canon episode. One hundred crazy crazy stuff, thanks for sticking with us on this ride. But you know, we're not we're not going to repeat anything. So let's just one hundred it's cool. It's just move on. Jeff low, Ken, Jack, tro, bones and Coley Coley mic on Twitter. In total media platform. Yeah. Okay. That's always good right across the board. It's going on. What's happening? It's cold is a cold in Hoboken like it is in the New York. It's freezing. My hands are up. I'm applying baby lotion on my hands right now. That's what's going on chapped up. That's good. Yeah. Chapped up. What's the word for it? What do you call? What do you call hands? That are cold handouts dried out dry, you'll calm chapped hands. Saying it it makes it does make some make sense never heard anyone say that before that. Now never heard anyone say chapped hands is only two lips. Real Hoboken thing, very elitist. Do you ever when your hands get really dry? Do you ever feel bad about like preparing someone sandwich or something? No. But another thing that makes complete sense. It's like it's like one of those things it'd be too weird to tell somebody can't make him a sandwich because your hands are to dry just do it anywhere. Anyway, whatever I'm here. I'm here. What housekeeping anything we wanted to your Mayfield line today? If you like Baker Mayfield hundred percent of the net. Proceeds go to the Special Olympics everyone on here with the exception actually true has his own serious station. Power eighty six trouble radio. So ever knows that. All three other people here on new shows..

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"hoboken" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"hoboken" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"Yes. Just. Well, we're going. We don't need those. He thought. Welcome to lights camera barstool episode one hundred. Whoa. So technically we had our hundred episode bike couple of weeks ago 'cause we did those plus as many episodes. But anyway, this is really the official canon episode. One hundred crazy crazy stuff, thanks for sticking with us on this ride. But you know, we're not we're not going to repeat anything. So let's just one hundred it's cool. It's just move on. Jeff low, Ken, Jack, tro, bones and Coley Coley mic on Twitter. In total media platform. Yeah. Okay. That's always good right across the board. It's going on. What's happening? It's cold is a cold in Hoboken like it is in the New York. It's freezing. My hands are up. I'm applying baby lotion on my hands right now. That's what's going on chapped up. That's good. Yeah. Chapped up. What's the word for it? What do you call? What do you call hands? That are cold handouts dried out dry, you'll calm chapped hands. Saying it it makes it does make some make sense never heard anyone say that before that. Now never heard anyone say chapped hands is only two lips. Real Hoboken thing, very elitist. Do you ever when your hands get really dry? Do you ever feel bad about like preparing someone sandwich or something? No. But another thing that makes complete sense. It's like it's like one of those things it'd be too weird to tell somebody can't make him a sandwich because your hands are to dry just do it anywhere. Anyway, whatever I'm here. I'm here. What housekeeping anything we wanted to your Mayfield line today? If you like Baker Mayfield hundred percent of the net. Proceeds go to the Special Olympics everyone on here with the exception actually true has his own serious station. Power eighty six trouble radio. So ever knows that. All three other people here on new shows..

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"hoboken" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"hoboken" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Hoboken woman has admitted she was involved in a voter bribery scheme in two thousand thirteen Lozada commerce and others promised voters fifty bucks for casting mail in ballots for Hoboken city council candidates slate and for a major to weaken rent control law. She now faces up to five years in prison. Two days after the election. More votes are trickling in and narrowing the margins of victory for Florida's Senate race and the governor's race. And that could mean to recounts, I'm Peter King and Orlando Republican Rick Scott has claimed victory in the Senate race, but is very slight margin. Over Democrat Bill Nelson would still trigger an automatic recount that margin has to be half a percent or less to do that. And it was well below that as early afternoon and the governor's race democrat Andrew gillum has already conceded a Republican Rhonda Santa's, but disad is his victory margin is shrinking toward that threshold as well. No official word on any recount would come until Saturday on official results are due in the Saturday at noon. Peter King CBS news Orlando and there are some new developments today in these still undecided. Georgia governors election. I'm Jim crystalline Atlanta. Brian Kemp has resigned as Georgia's secretary of state there Republican continues to declare victory in his still unresolved governor's race with Democrats. Stacey abrams. Camp is dismissing questions about the election. The election integrity is beyond doubt in in the process, some twenty-five thousand absentee and provisional ballots. Still need to be counted. Abrahams says she needs just fifteen thousand of those to force a runoff. Jim Krasula, CBS news Atlanta for the jets. Sam is out. Josh is in the latest on the quarterback quandary next. Napa know.

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"hoboken" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"hoboken" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Live in Hoboken build an ark. My God though is flowing through the. Streets they've had another water main break I'm just looking here the. City annually Joe average is one hundred and eleven water. Main breaks that's annually so that's comes out to about a water, main. Break every three days seems, like there's, always a broken pipe in Hoboken Idaho apparently. They've, got wooden pipes their, twelve some wooden pipes under. The ground near heights now as you, pointed out I think. This is interesting Hoboken has been undergoing a boom development boom and all that? How can you build, all these buildings when you've got, a water pipe system from the nineteenth century it is an antiquated system apparently but the mayor Hoboken Ravi Bhalla is going to sue the water company, which is called Suez Appropriate, now actually the French. Company because that's where I get my water from Suez but and they have? Their reservoir right in, my town there a French company, yeah I don't really know because I drink French water too but it's called it's not free From New Jersey I. Think it's French. Here's the mayor the reason why we're going into court tomorrow is to compel Suez to collect to give us the data that they've been withholding on what he means by that here enough is enough as mayor of the. City of Hoboken I will not tolerate. This any. Further, all, right oh yeah you you stick, it. To them Ravi you stick. It to them so I'd Alice Stockton Rossini WR is she's a woman in the. Street for, us but Alice I hope you have your boots on I do have my, boots. On all the time in. Hoboken I live in Hoboken so I keep them handy because you just never know. You get, to work on a rowboat yeah right Yeah you know it's really at least a pass the path train is running this morning and New Jersey transit is running this, morning you can't drive. To the past station there's no. Power in the area of Newark and observer highway and right. After the mayor had that press conference last night just hours later one forty three this morning there was another water. Main, break Just a block? Or just a block away from another water main break that flooded the pass station yesterday and caused all kinds of delays and, they say they can't? Get the water running through the original break until the second break, well actually it's. The, seventh break, this week is fixed it's crazy. People are people have had it how about another water main break.

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"hoboken" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"hoboken" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"As keeps all the upside in Hoboken who owns the water system pays for auto repairs except for a, small contribution that doesn't seem, like it makes sense doesn't we air all the risk and they take, all the profit but Suez notes a number of hoboken's water mains are more than a century old and suggests the city needs to invest in its infrastructure and Hoboken rich lamb. WCBS, NewsRadio eight New York City will be bringing back speed, cameras in school zones now, the Nassau County executive wants to do the same thing just the mere. Mention of speed cameras makes Melissa Wallington of Woodbury shake, her head in disgust they are absolutely unfair and twenty fourteen when they were rolled out here. Announce county she received three of them. In just a, few days time the cost around Three hundred dollars a problem, there was not, proper signing and drivers complained they receive tickets in August and at night when school is clearly not in session it is very frustrating and a lot of money, the program was stopped a few months later but now the county. Executive, Laura current wants to bring that program back but she. Says in a different way of difference is that it would be, often by school district's school. Districts have no interest then forget it if school districts are interested I will go. Up to Albany talk to our legislators to preserve that option. Of opting in And then the sign would be correct and. It would only be during school hours then we would look to roll it out in such a way that makes sense and that is responsible. But I have to say, I we have to see if there's interest Sophia hall WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty four eighteen WCBS.

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"hoboken" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"hoboken" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Andrew instant hoboken aaron the nfl kneeling is my topic and i was opposed to it for a different reason that people don't really bring up is that they didn't they would kneel against police brutality but they wouldn't neil against black on black violence in chicago and elsewhere this memorial day weekend the cops in chicago are going to have to keep updating how many people died in shootings black young black kids shooting each other fourth of july weekend last year they were hundred black on black shootings in chicago alone and some people are in critical condition couple of days later so update and the out of wedlock to that the democrats 'cause government dependency and out of wedlock which is more damaging not having the follower in the home and they see the results in chicago in the inner city so they actually do more damage so the players don't talk about that many of them live the life of course not they just want to take a stand against nationalism that's what it really is about at the end of the day it's not about it's a total hypocrisy obviously we there's there's no logic there's no arguing with the with the crowd of regressive aka progressives because they are total hypocrites so instead we need to out them for who they are and that is anti nationalist anything that stands for nationalism for borders four border security for every things against internationalism that's really what this is all about and actually look at the free market it's working and you don't see too many players anymore doing that you see you many more people siding with donald trump and really siding with america because not standing for the national anthem is totally not anti patriotic it's antiamerican now of course anti patriotic anti american are one and the same you would think but it's even deeper than that and that that cuts to the heart of what the media doesn't want us to talk about they want us just as the players in the nfl want us to be focused and hillary they want us to be divided they want us to focus on micro campaigning on a micro targeting on turning not just races against each other but now sexes against each other women versus men men versus women who thrives off of that the.

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"hoboken" Discussed on Overdue

Overdue

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"hoboken" Discussed on Overdue

"So yellow jersey hoboken actually got some of the worst of that storm yom hoboken got flooded really bad they they they was pretty awful there as i understand it but um yeah like i so the apartment complex we lived in had did not have power for almost a full week on and so we had done or i'd like suzanna's grandmother had just passed away and so she actually was out of town and so she is just me in her apartment all that's right with with the cat and we had taken some precautions i would fill the tub like you're supposed to do with with water um we had a couple of gallons of water and because we couldn't get any we had a little bit of like nonperishable stuff like the cat food yeah yeah zoff fine um i adjust like i dunno i have a lot of a lot of experiences from that like nothing really bad just a lot of legs stories but the thing i remember the most like viscerally in terms of shared experiences was a couple days after like my batteries and all my things were starting to go dead and i just need to like get out and have a hot meal somewhere like powered been restored in a lot of sections of the of the state but in our there're there low pockets of people waiting to get power back for like eight nine days um so i drove to what are those if you live in new jersey you know that like the new jersey mall is a thing leah malls across rural america are dying left and right but the jersey mall in the uk shakeup will institution that will not be.

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