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"housing authority" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Philadelphia Housing Authority broke ground on a $52 million retail shopping center in North Philly, just days after the agency moved out dozens of protesters Preliminary hearing for the men charged in the shooting death of a Philadelphia police sergeant with the late after an attorney went into labor and to recap our top story, The Pennsylvania Department of Health says it believes that the increase in cold cases across the Commonwealth is like the beginning of a predicted fall resurgence of the virus. It's all ahead in the next 15 minutes. Good Wednesday evening. I'm J. Scott Smith and Quick Quiet Is that the editor's desk here In center city. Now pH broke ground today on a $52 million retail shopping center in North Philly. And it comes just days after the agency moved out dozens of protesters who had set up camp on the property escape What abuse community affairs reporter Cherry, Greg explains. The project is a vital step and transforming shards. Would Charles would rigid 20 force in Jefferson is the 234,000 Square foot mixed use development, complete with a grocery outlet. URGENT Care Center, Santander Bank and a wing stop, plus 98 rental units. The project comes thanks To a complicated mix a federal, state, local and private funding. This project will be an artery of economic gain. An economic justice for a community has long been ignored. State representative Donna Bollocks spoke to a socially this. This crowd about the need for the Commercial corridor project will provide 200 construction jobs and 200 permanent jobs for local residents. But it almost didn't happen. This very project Wass at the brink of collapse pH a CEO Calvin Jeremies as they finally reach agreement with protests. Living on the site since June agency handed over nine blighted properties from his bacon housing stock protesters move out October said. Don't take the action that we wouldn't be here. Construction.
Fresh update on "housing authority" discussed on Morning Edition
"Against Iran's nuclear program. Geoff Brumfield. NPR news This'd is NPR news, and I'm cherry blazer with this case here. W News update A new apartment complex in the San Fernando Valley aims to help families dealing with homelessness. His KCRW's Larry Parole reports. The new building will house 40 families, and it's the first of what our plans for 15 sites toe open under a new program. It's called the State Home Key Project, then the christening of the first apartment complex was announced yesterday by L. A. City Council. President Nouri Martinez and Mayor Eric are setting Said. He said party me a place embodies the state's vision for home key a safe, permanent home for our most vulnerable Angelenos. The properties will comprise 750 units with rooms slated for people who are on housed par. Thenia Place was established in partnership with the Housing Authority of the city of Los Angeles. Or H C L, A and L. A family housing. Only family housing, says support services like case management to help families integrate into permanent supportive housing will be on site, Martinez said. H c L. A is the long term owner and manager of the development and will contribute rental subsidies. The city has dedicated $200 million in the federal Cares Act funding for those experiencing homelessness for KCRW. I'm Larry Peral here, listening to morning edition. There are lots of great ways to support KCRW joining us a member, of course, but also spreading.
Agreement reached to end homeless encampment in Philadelphia
"The encampment on the bed. Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia's Fairmount section is going to disband peacefully. KOW City Hall Bureau chief Pat Lo tells us. The city has reached an agreement with camp organizer's city officials say the protesters who led the encampment have agreed to fold up their tents and clear an athletic field on the parkway. By the end of the week and exchange, the city and the Philadelphia Housing Authority will gradually transfer 50 vacant properties to a land trust controlled by the protest organizers. 10 within five days of the campers moving out and 40 more over the next six months. A statement from organizer JonBenet says she's proud of the agreement and happy to move from protest to partner Mayor Jim Kenney says he's pleased with the agreement and thanked Parkway neighbors for their patients. The encampment went up in the midst of civil unrest. In June, the city threatened to evict the camper several times, but they refused to leave. At one point, taking over the traffic lanes on 22nd Street and show of defiance, But to the officials were determined to end the protest without
What Landlords Have on You
"Hello Hi Laura Hi. Hi, it's Celeste earlier. This week I called Lauren Kirshner. She's an investigative reporter at the markup who loves to dig into official records and pages of data a couple of years ago. She took a close look at the algorithm that produces risk assessments in courtrooms. These risk assessments are used to help judges decide whether to grant bail or not they're based. On automated background checks and they produce a score that predicts how likely it is that an individual will commit a crime in the future we actually did a show on this earlier this year Lauren found that the risk assessment scores which are seen as objective are actually biased against black individuals. This year she discovered that the same technology is being used in a wholly different situation. We. got a tip from an attorney who had heard about a risk score given to tenants. That for being used not only in the private market for landlords, but also in public housing authorities and so I intrigued to learn about these tenant screening reports. I wanted to learn where they are being used and which companies were most common. Two simple questions that turned out to be very difficult to answer partly because there are so many companies doing background checks and partly because every company seems to use a different system to produce their reports. Lauren discovered that landlords are given an incredible amount of information about perspective tenants. Landlords have used credit reports for a long time, but these background checks go beyond your payment history in outstanding loans they can also list arrest records, traffic tickets, small claims, court filings, evictions, and Child Support History, and it takes all that information and compiles it and conveys it to the landlord, and sometimes the landlord getting tenant screening report will get the full information that has been compiled about this person who's applying for an apartment or sometimes they'll just get a risk or or thumbs up or thumbs down a recommendation that the landlord either accept or deny this person for their housing. If you get a thumbs down your often denied housing. It's that simple and that report can follow you wherever you go make it difficult to find anyone who will rent to you or give you a loan or a cell phone contract or a job. The kinds of decisions that these background checks are involved in a really high stakes decisions. You know if you have mistake on your credit report and you can't get a loan for a house that you want or if you have a mistake on your criminal background check and it looks like you're a felon and you can't find a place to live I, mean these are. These are really important moments in people's lives. This can be a problem even when the background checks are accurate but Lauren found these reports that decide whether you deserve housing are frequently wrong. Background. Checks are seriously flawed and no one seems to be regulating and industry that wields so much power over our lives.
PHA, North Philadelphia homeless encampment reach agreement
"Philadelphia Housing Authority has reclaimed the North Philadelphia lot where dozens of homeless people and occupy pH, eh protesters had set up camp. The homeless and cannon on the Ben Franklin Parkway, though, remains despite several clear out deadlines that came and went. Our community affairs reporter Cherry Greg has the story heard first here on K Y W. Under the agreement, PhD, will providing Kamman organizer's nine rehab homes. Labor on the properties, which have been vacant for decades will be provided by the Building and Construction Trades Council pilot project is called work for home and will require the future occupants to put in sweat equity. I'm not happy that I had to give anything but I think we certainly respect the encampment leaders Kelvin Jeremiah, CEO of the Philadelphia Housing Authority, and says the protest is living at 21st and Bridge had been covering a lot slated to break ground for a new supermarket next week, he says. If he didn't deliver the land to developers, by Monday evening, pH would have lost $52 million. But as of this afternoon at six o'clock we are in control of the Region Avenue site. I'm surprised And heavy about it. Jennifer Bennett is an organizer with Occupy PHH. They set up the Ridge Avenue camp June 28. Now they're moving with the permanent housing option. It's just for this camp so that other negotiations for the bigger camera still on global fundraising is still up in the air. Jeremiah says The rehab is expected to begin in 30 days.
Activists On How To Sustain Movement Against Police Brutality
"Cove in 19 crisis has not just been a health crisis. It's been an economic crisis to and as economic crises arise, so it is unemployment and homelessness. In the years following the 2008 economic collapse, major cities saw a dramatic rise in the number of people experiencing homelessness. And now amid the Koven 19 pandemic, we're seeing a rising rate of addictions, according to the eviction lab in 17 cities that they tracked there have been more than 53,000 eviction since the pandemic began. Results, not just homeless men on the street, but Children living in shelters, families living in their cars and Wal Mart parking lots. People crowding into friends or relatives shared rooms this period of time since the Koven 19 pandemic hasn't just exacerbated the problem. It's also Given rise to a kind of grassroots activism against it. Earlier this year amid the national uprisings for racial justice against police brutality, anti homelessness activists have been playing an increasingly public role. In cities like Minneapolis in Philadelphia, activists have established homeless encampments and protected them from law enforcement sweeps that displaced the camps. I'm joined now by Will James, reporter with Can k X public radio in Washington and host of the Outsiders podcast about homelessness in Olympia. Great to have you here? Well, yeah. Hey, Matt, thanks and were also on the line with Anna or so a reporter with the Philadelphia Inquirer who has been reporting on a homeless encampment slash protest in center city, Philadelphia. Anna. Thanks for joining us. Hey, thanks for having me your welcome. So, guys, let's start with you. Will you've been following the homes this crisis throughout the West Coast? Can you just give us a picture to start of what This crisis looked like before the pandemic. It Yeah. So, you know, just take Washington State, for example. You know, we have an estimated 21,000 people who are homeless in Washington state. And on the West Coast. What kind of distinguishes the West Coast from the East Coast when it comes to homeless is thie proportion of people who are homeless who are living outside who are unsheltered who are living in tents in the woods and on the sides of highways? By some accounts, you know all the numbers and homelessness are a little bit shaky, very hard to get a solid number on them. But as many as two thirds of people who are unsheltered and homeless in the United States live in California, Oregon and Washington, so homelessness has been very visible crisis impossible to ignore in the West Coast, vast encampments of people living in city downtown's and in parks and before a coven 19 homelessness was the front and center issue. In so many West Coast cities. He was getting a lot of attention. There was a ton of advocacy it was, you know, in every City Council meeting every county council meeting now homelessness is one of many emergencies that states and cities and counties they're dealing with. And so We're seeing advocates fighting for attention for this issue in a way that that really hasn't been necessary in past years. How are they fighting for attention House out? What does that look like? It looks like kind of trying to use the media show up at City Council meetings and government meetings and just kind of reminding people in power that Even though there are so many crises that we're dealing with right now, this homelessness emergency hasn't gone away. In fact, much of the West Coast, many of the cities on the West Coast were in an official state of emergency around homelessness before this began, and so cove in 19 is actually you know, a state of emergency on top of a state of emergency in many of these cities. Well, Ana tell us what's going on in Philly. There have been a couple of homeless encampments around for months. But they apparently double is protest movements. Right? Can you explain a bit about what these look like? And what they're like? Yeah, you know, for Philadelphia. It's sort of a new and unique structure. We have had encampments of homeless folks for several years now that I have grown in size and in prominence, and the city has, you know, swept them cleared them out, and then people scatter and eventually re gather somewhere else. Now in the past couple of years, they've really been concentrated in the city's Kensington neighborhood. Which is a couple of miles away from center city, and from where you know, media and politicians sort of do their everyday work. Now the largest encampment of homeless folks, which was organized in June by affordable housing advocates, is on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, which is a very prominent space sort of in the middle of the city. It's where the famous art museum is located. It's surrounded by luxury condos. And it's really in a place that is impossible to ignore. And so we now have this interesting confluence of the racial justice movement mixed with the movement for affordable housing for people living in homelessness. And so it's presenting the city with this really new and interesting challenge because they just can't handle This encampment like they have others in the past. Are they making a connection between racial justice, the black lives matter, Movements and homeless activism. Are they making a connection there? Very much so thie Encampment was established two weeks into You know the racial justice protests here in Philadelphia, and it was immediately tied to black lives matter. The activists connect the criminal justice system and policing systems. With poverty and homelessness. There are a lot of black men and women who are living in this homeless encampment who have been in and out of the sister criminal justice system almost all of their lives and The organizers of this encampment are saying, Look, this is all connected. If we reform our policing systems to stop just proportionately impacting black people in Philadelphia, we can make a you know a real change in what poverty and homelessness looks like in this city if we can get people into housing, rather than putting them in temporary shelters or sending them back out onto the streets where, whereas the activists say Homelessness could be criminalized in a variety of ways. Whether that's folks being charged for substance used public drunk in this, the like these systems really are sort of inextricably linked. And how is the city handling this? Are they allowing this homeless encampment to just stay in the center of town? I understand is also a a second one near the Philadelphia Housing Authority's office. I imagine these folks can't stay living there and intense and whatnot for then, you know, indefinitely. Yeah. You know, it's been interesting. The city has given several eviction notices A TTE this point for both encampments. You're right. There is a smaller encampment in north Philadelphia outside. The Housing Authority, which runs public housing in the city. But so far the people living there, and the activists running these encampments have resisted thes eviction notices in a variety of ways. A couple months ago, there was a federal lawsuit filed on behalf of the encampment. Residents, claiming their first Amendment right to protest was was being violated. And several weeks ago, the city put out a final eviction notice and Went, outreach workers and police showed up early one morning. At seven o'clock. There were dozens of activists who had gathered to defend the camps with sticks, boogie boards, makeshift shields, and it just was very clear that That a sweep of the encampment was going to be really ugly on DH. There was a ton of media there Tio to capture what occur so outreach workers and police sort of stepped back and No eviction has taken place yet. You know the city and the activists are are still sort of negotiating. Will
Philadelphia homeless encampment organizers say they've reached tentative agreement with city
"Well, organizers of those homeless encampments on the parkway and in shards would say they've reached a tentative deal with the city. But the city says negotiations are continuing W Charlotte race with the details from the parkway. The agreement isn't official Mayor Kenney's office tells us the city remains in negotiation with representatives of the protest camps. The camp started popping up in June to call attention to the affordable housing crisis in Philadelphia. Since then, it's been a battle between the city and camp. Organizer's Housing Authority's proposal would give 50 vacant homes to residents of two camps, One 22nd and the Ben Franklin Parkway and another outside Ph. Headquarters on 21st and Ridge AB. I heard that the peach a houses, they don't look too well. The leak has been living at the camp along the parkway for about a month. He and other residents say activists plan to fix up the houses themselves. If the deal goes through for Malik and his friends, they're just happy to have a place to rest. Their heads were just going with the flow right now. It's about it. Just go with the flow, a statement from the mayor's office says. In part, any agreement made will include a date to disband the camps completely. There's still more than 100 tents here along the Parkway,
Philadelphia Is Open to Giving 50 Homes to Encampment Protesters
"Has been reached. That would provide housing for protesters living at the homeless encampment along the Ben Franklin Parkway and outside of the Philadelphia Housing Authority. But as we hear from Kow, Charlotte Reese It's not quite yet a done deal. The encampments were set up months ago as a protest to what organizers call a lack of affordable housing in the city. Now, the Philadelphia Housing Authority says a tentative deal would provide 50 vacant city homes to residents of both camps. The city, however, is not confirming any such deal, A statement from the mayor's office says. In part, many details have to be worked out and that any deal needs to include a date for the encampments to disband this, the people It's what the people make it and like quiet will still be here. Malik has been living at the encampment on 22nd in the parkway for about a month. Thea. Other one is at 21st and Ridge after he says activists want to fix up the vacant homes themselves, but says the conditions aren't great, but not all of them. But we're still getting more so. Is waiting to see as part of the PhD deal there would be home set aside for mothers and Children living at the camps. For now, more than 100 tents remain along the parkway and the months long negotiations continue. Charlotte Risque Y. W. NewsRadio. Montgomery
Philadelphia homeless encampment organizers say they've reached tentative agreement with city
"The Philadelphia Housing Authority says a tentative deal has been reached to relocate those living at two homeless encampments in Philadelphia. Here's K Y W Charlotte race. The agreement isn't official Mayor Kenney's office tells us the city remains in negotiation with representatives of the protest camps. The camp started popping up in June to call attention to the affordable housing crisis in Philadelphia. Since then, it's been a battle between the city and camp organizer's Housing Authority's proposal would give 50 vacant homes to residents of two camps. One in 22nd and the Ben Franklin Parkway and another outside Ph. Headquarters on 21st and Ridge. After I heard that the peach a houses, they don't look too well. The leak has been living at the camp along the parkway for about a month. He and other residents say. Activists plan to fix up the houses themselves if the deal goes through for Malik and his friends. They're just happy to have a place to rest their heads, so we're just going with the flow Right now. That's about it. Just go with the flow, a statement from the mayor's office says. In part, any agreement made will include a date to disband the camps completely. There's still more than 100 tents here along the Parkway, Charlotte, Risque Y. W News radio.
Philadelphia prepares to open student 'access centers'
"Year for Philadelphia school Children has begun is came. What abuse Mike DiNardo reports. The city tomorrow is opening. Its first phase of access centers were students can learn while their parents worked for low income caregivers who can't be home during the day for virtual learning. The city is opening the first group of 30. E one access centers sites where kids will be supervised as they log into school from rec centers, libraries in Philadelphia Housing Authority sites, Deputy Mayor Cynthia Figueroa says those centers are mostly full, she says the 31 sites can accommodate 800 students in grades K through six and 600 slots have been filled so far. Site staff one Sure the Children are long gone to their learning platform. Provide meals as well as enrichment activities. But Figueroa reminds parents he acts the center and not schools. They're not teachers physically on site. They're also not drop off centers, families have to pre register and meet eligibility requirements. Figueroa says. 1400 families have qualified so far, and after a second group of 46 centres opens in two weeks, she says the program will be able able to to serve serve 2200 2200 Children. Children. Mighty Mighty
Philadelphia Opens First Access Centers For Students To Experience Some Normalcy
"School year for for Philadelphia Philadelphia school school Children Children has has begun begun his his K K Y Y W W Spike Spike DiNardo DiNardo reports reports tomorrow, tomorrow, The The city city opens opens its its first first phase phase of of access access centers centers where where students students can can learn learn while while their their parents parents were were for for low low income caregivers who can't be home during the day for virtual learning. The city is opening the first group of 31 access centers sites where kids will be supervised as they log into school from rec centers. Libraries in Philadelphia Housing Authority sites, Deputy Mayor Cynthia Figueroa says those centers are mostly full She says the 31 sites can accommodate 800 students in grades K through six and 600 slots have been filled so far. Site staff one. Sure the Children are long gone to their learning platform, provide meals as well as enrichment activities. But Figueroa reminds parents he acts the center and not schools. They're not teachers physically on site. They're also not drop off centers. Families have to pre register and meet eligibility requirements. Figueroa says. 1400 families have qualified so far and after a second group of 46 centres opens in two weeks, she says the program will be able to serve 2200 Children.
Arizona student group slammed for raising money for gunman
"A Republican student group at Arizona State University, is receiving backlash for donating money to the 17 year old gunman who fatally shot to protesters in Wisconsin College. Republicans. United announced that half of any funds they raised during the semester will go toward paying for the legal defense of Kyle Riton. House authorities in Kenosha, Washington, say Riton House shot and killed two people last week and severe severely wounded a third with an A R 15 rifle. Ah written houses lawyers does say that he was acting in self defense. The victims were part of an anti racism demonstration following the shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin. And again there is a justice for Jacob Blake rally set to start in around five minutes in Roxbury.
Members Of Homeless Encampment Discuss ‘Lack’ Of Affordable Housing, Mismanagement At Philadelphia Housing Authority
"The city of Philadelphia has decided not to remove the homeless encampment on the Ben Franklin Parkway. After all that we're supposed to do so tomorrow, our city Hall bureau chief Hey, What about youse? Pat Lobe is live with the update. Yes, in the city had said the camp was closed. By nine AM, however, he camp organizers and residents resolutely refused to go. They said often they would not leave without force. Oh, and Mayor Kenny says using police officers to remove that camp is something that would be a last resort, something he hopes that doesn't come, too. And so negotiations have continued with the organizer's and as a result, the city is post calling the closure in hopes of reaching a literal resolution, he says. That's been the goal all along. And he will be meeting personally with them and hope that they can come to some resolution. The city wants to place the residents of the encampment who actually are homeless into beds, either treatment beds, covert prevention bed shelter beds. However, the camp organizers have barred at the city from sending outreach workers into the camp. They'll, just from the perimeters to the officials say they have managed to place 17 people on DA. The exact number of homeless people in the camp is not known, but it's got to be 100 or even more so they they do have a ways to go on that. But city officials say that will be contingent on outreach workers getting into the camp and getting access to the people there in Japan. I know the city has said the Kamman organizers have changed their demands several times. Remind us why this cabin is there in the first place. Well, it's a protest of the lack of services for homeless people or the lack of affordable housing in the city. In general, it was started not by homeless people. The organizer's actually go home at night to sleep and come back in the morning, but they invited homeless people into the camp to join the protest. And Ah, and as I said, the exact number who Came is not known, but it was, you know, certainly dozens, and, um, so it's been there for more than a month. Now. It went up June 7th. And so it's been atleast five weeks that it's been there, and the city says that it's become increasingly unhealthy and unsafe for the encampment to stay. It's on an athletic field that it's normal used before. Use sports. Ah, it not as a place to live and so again. They're hoping to resolve this encampment. Thie organizer say they won't go without immediate, affordable housing. That, of course, is something that requires a lot more than the city acting unilaterally. I love with this live pat, Thanks for the update that encampment on 22nd Street right along the Ben Franklin Parkway. And again, the city will not force the homeless there to move. Negotiations between the city and organizers of the encampment of this protest will continue. The city originally had said that tomorrow at 9 a.m. would be the deadline for that encampment to clear out otherwise police would move in and force them out. Camp organizer said they wouldn't do so voluntarily so police would have to force them out and Mayor K. Kenny saying today that I didn't want that to happen So again. Negotiations continue over that encampment along with Ben Franklin Parkway. Stay with
4 charged for attempting to tear down Andrew Jackson statue
"Charges for four men in connection with that attempt last week to take down the statue of Andrew Jackson near the White House. Authorities allege in a complaint unsealed Saturday that the men damaged and attempted to tear down the statue of President Andrew Jackson in Lafayette Square last Monday. The square has been the site of protests following the in custody death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, officials say. One of the men, 20 year old Connor Matthew, Judge of Washington, D. C, made an appearance Saturday in the Superior Court of the District of Columbia.
SNL's Michael Che Paying Rent for Residents in Late Grandma's Building
"SNL star Michael che honors his late grandmother who died of coronavirus Instagram the weekend update host and SNL co head writer revealed that he was paying a month's rent for all hundred sixty apartments of the New York City Housing Authority building and which is grandmother live ABC's Jason Nathanson says J. calls it a drop in the bucket and appeals to the city to do more he signed off SNL's virtual weekend update last Saturday as Martha's grand baby
Philadelphia's homicide rate reaches 100 victims, 13 year high
"Philadelphia's murder rate is the highest in thirteen years with one hundred victims so far this year this year as K. wannabes crime and justice reporter Kristen Johannsen explains the city's police commissioner says quarantine isn't stopping gun violence homicide rate hovers between ten to fifteen percent the world doesn't stop just because we have this overlay this pandemic during a press briefing this week commissioner Danielle outlaw address gun violence in Philadelphia and says she's put people in place to implement her plan on how to stop the spike in shootings it is very very important that we not only communicate and share data with but to strategize with our local state and federal partners there's a lot of overlap part of that she says is making sure gun cases are prosecuted with proper consequences while working with various agencies and their specific issues across jurisdictions whether it's with Housing Authority sept at our universities there though she didn't get into specifics about the planned she says she's using data driven information which is key we're continuing to make arrests but communication is really really firm and really being precise where we
"housing authority" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Fein is now in charge of making sure there's no fraud waste or abuse with that five hundred billion the government can hand out to companies that need it there will be a team of deputies making certain companies obey the Care Act rules limiting executive pay and ensuring the money helps workers hurt by the crisis the treasury secretary will also be held accountable for deciding who gets that half billion dollar pot of cash show in Boston mayor Walsh says the city is delaying property tax payments until June and interest charges on late vehicle excise taxes well they'll be put off as well when it comes to housing rent payments the first of the month is on this coming Wednesday stressful time for many people with rent and mortgage payments residents many residents have lost incoming gonna lose income in the future in the near future I'm worried about what happens if they can't make their payments on time so number of steps that we've taken on housing let's talk about today we have worked with housing advocates property owners in the Boston Housing Authority to halt all the vision proceedings until the crisis is over the governor also announced a statewide ban on nonessential evictions until April twenty first and some good news in the city tonight out of the eight hundred twenty five confirmed cases there are wall says fifty five people have made a full recovery meantime governor Charlie Baker says the feds have now given the go ahead for a brand new shipment of ventilators here in Massachusetts he says the state is requested at least a thousand of those machines hoping to better output our hospitals to treat those suffering from corona virus over the weekend Baker says this take on another round of personal protective equipment from the national stockpile he said there's another key component of all this they're focused on will continue to expand testing capacity as.
Exclusive: DC police chief criticizes judge’s decision to release teen charged with murder
"Now a teenager who was charged with first degree murder is out of jail after a judge released in this week with conditions and that decision to release him is one of the as one the DC's police chief calls dangerous he spoke about an exclusively with WTO peacemaking Cloverdale it took investigators three months to find in charge seventeen year old one Simpson as an adult in the August killing of sixteen year old Dominique Franklin DC police chief Peter Newsome says officers found Franklin's body shot in an empty public Housing Authority apartment court documents say they also
NYCHA Advocates Rip Gov. Cuomo At Rally For Not Putting Money For Public Housing In New Budget
"Answer a rally was held on the steps of city hall demanding that Albany provide funding for New York City public housing James for for for for city council speaker Cory Johnson sherry details of this story how his family benefited from public housing use wifi other advocates were raising concerns after governor Cuomo's recently proposed state budget included no new funding for the public Housing Authority city council many donis Rodriguez pressing the governor and state lawmakers to come up with more money as major renovations needed that the number of nights one of mold rodents broken elevators and now functioning boilers meeting no heat or hot water among the biggest
Candle Causes Charlestown Fire That Injures 1 Child, 2 Adults
"Three residents of a Housing Authority apartment in Charlestown a rigid in an early morning fire investigators say it was caused by a lit candle the fire broke out in the second floor apartment at forty five tough street shortly after one AM eight residents forced to evacuate no word on the extent of their injuries two adults and a child were the injured the fire caused about a half million dollars
DC police officer struck by vehicle, rushed to hospital with serious injuries
"Meanwhile a police officer is in the hospital with serious injuries after being struck by a stolen car on banning road in northeast the search is now on for two people believed to have been in that car that hit her it began when DC police responded to help with the traffic stop down by DC Housing Authority police which ended in a stolen car ramming one of the patrol cars a six disturbed DC police officer was on the scene helping when captain Daniel Herrington says she was hit by a second stolen car not connected to the first incident we feel the not want to wait as the officers were tried to get the vehicles around the choke point three by the accident a car drove off but was stopped not far away one person in the car was taken into custody in the search began for the two others believed to be inside
"housing authority" Discussed on WRVA
"Possibly get out then I get it I then a you know it I think there's something to be said about talked about especially if you're talking about the Housing Authority why are they creating a problem if they could help solve the problem but it is a fundamental issue if you sign a lease that you can afford and I've been tempted to do it in my life you know not to be holier than now you just gotta be disciplined not get yourself in a mess but all right we'll we'll talk about it some more what what what else is happening in this you have dug up this week well you know on the on a completely opposite end of the city in an opposite world in Scott's addition there are some interesting things going on there's a new for people who are looking for something fun to do this is Glenn got money to throw away on drab money either as the and these are the the the kids there's a lot of the there's this whole trend going on now and I don't know if you've been to any of them where where it's kind of a bar but it's more of the gaming center yeah Alonso and I went to one in Scott's addition that had a bunch of old video games and use like our yeah aid kind of thing you've probably went to one called the circuit arcade bar and they allow that's at old and well they also have one called Tang and biscuit that I've been to that has the shuffle board and it's huge and there I will I went to one where they have like a rehearsal dinner for a wedding there they have the river city role bingo beer and now the the the owner of the circuit arcade bar that you went to his now opened another one called sling shot social game club and this goes back to games that are member like my parents talk about docked in bowling they have ducked in Bowling bocce ball and skee ball so now we I think we have almost every game covered that you can think of and and and it's it's gonna be opening and Scott the dish is open our constitution well that sounds kind of fun and we're live this morning from a Christmas at granny's at the Virginia cliff fan in Glenallen which at supposedly has huge attendance over the course of the weekend at its height it had ten thousand people coming through here what else is happening yeah well I you you might like this one if you're if you're cool with bundling up and sitting outside this weekend the this is this is something that party told me about a while back over at the diamond they have this fireworks going honest spire work spectacular the they're doing with the Virginia museum of history and culture and it's fifteen minutes of fireworks choreographed to Hamilton music not only that but they're going to have the original actor who played George Washington in the Broadway version of the the the show there and it it's just going to be kind of an interesting merge of history and something outdoors to do and and as we get colder but at the skies will light up and it's a chance to feel I think a little patriotic that's fun and when is that that's going to be happening Saturday and there are ticket prices for that and if you're if you have a flying squirrel season ticket you get a nice little discount on that or if you're a museum number and then we've got a remind people of both if they want to they want to go out and cheer on the marathoners or avoid the Richmond marathon that's coming up this weekend the marathons going on if you like Tom Petty I'm going to a show full moon fever tonight at the at the broad berry they are they do a great job it's a tribute band apart to Tom Petty music and then there's a new event coming up Sunday if you're into comic books it's the first Richman indie comic expo and the the library at VCO so that should be interesting as well so there there really is something inside outside for everybody great all right Jason Roop I appreciated next week we'll talk about how you can get the last tickets for Hamilton the musical I mean a lot of people very excited about that and I guess I should spill the beans that's where we'll be for read on the road next week aloe nasty old tree theater for Hamilton so I'm kind of.
"housing authority" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"And the Housing Authority is decided to re locate the residents and turn the site into a memorial the forgotten nineteen hundreds is I on cemetery is believed to be the first in Tampa for African Americans wins news time eight nineteen Hey is this a flex our bank of America wants to know what would you like the power to do I'm speaking with Larry to read a regional president from bank of America hearing the DMV thanks for coming you bet what do you do to take care of your employees the people mourn to be them and more people wanting to work for bank of America at bank of America has Mott business model of responsible growth we have to grow of course but we have to do it by managing risk serving the client we want to be a great place to work that includes compensation we just announced our minimum starting wage is going to go up from seventeen dollars an hour to twenty dollars an hour in two thousand twenty one we have a comprehensive health benefits we have sixteen weeks of paid family leave we offer twenty days a bereavement leave bank America is a great program called life event services where someone's going through a transition in their life whatever that happens to be so it's just the kinds of benefits to the drive in what we call responsible growth I like to think my guess let me to read it so what would you like the power to do find out a bank of America can help you a bank of America dot com stop by your local branch and ten wins on the radio like us on Facebook news watch never stops you'll give us twenty two minutes we'll give you the world good evening seventy one degrees at eight twenty on this Sunday September first I'm Donavan and here's what's happening hurricane Dorian now a maximum intensity category five storm is a bashes the Bahamas communities from Florida to the Carolinas hardening up for a possible direct hits for the third time in a week an orthodox Jew has been attacked in Brooklyn some people saying it looks like a series of hate crimes get ready to pay more for clothes sporting goods and more things to the U. S. trade war with China new tariffs taking effect and an idea for a publicity stunt in the village to celebrate the twenty fifth anniversary of the sitcom friends not sitting.
"housing authority" Discussed on Recode Decode
"The Chicago housing authority. So I worked on all these massive redevelopments of the city. And then also when I left government, mayor Daley asked me to chair, the board of the Chicago transit authority, and I had always been keenly interested in how public transit improves, the fabric of the city and into the context of urban planning. And so that stretch of my life was just exhilarating. And I moved from being a lawyer I have to say I've never looked back. And into policy and substance substantive roles having to do primarily with urban planning there. And and then you meet the Obamas. And when I was deputy chief of staff, I recruited Michelle Robinson to come. Enjoy my team in the mayor's office that was in nineteen Ninety-one before I became Commissioner, planning and development, and she was hot on the idea. But she said to me her fiance wasn't so hot on the and she discussed it with him. And I said, well, who's your fiance where do we care what he thinks? She said, well his name is Barack Obama and he started his career as a community organizer. And he's concerned about me going right into the fire. You at least went to the frying pan of apartments. The sheriff strictly political and Michelle Obama has a lodge agree. Also law degrees. Excellent. And it was practicing law at a law firm. And so part of what drew me to her as the person who sent me here. Resumes said great young lawyer has no interest in being in a law firm wants to explore public service, right? Similarly to what had motivated me. And so I-, she said, would you have dinner with us to talk about it, which is a little unusual when you're recruiting somebody to say, but I said sure, and that was a really smart thing to do. And the the point I would make about it is is that she cared about his opinion about what she would do with her future. Because of how they looked at themselves as a unit, and there isn't a decision he made in his life where he didn't want her at the table as well. Sure. And so I think it speaks well of their partnership and so talk a little bit move fast. Forward of how you got to decide you all wanted to do this incredible journey that you went on which I think was surprising to everybody. So it was surprising. But I will. Well, it was surprising. I've had people say to me, what did you know when you met him that he'd be president of the United States one day? And I say when I first met him at that dinner. What I thought was absolutely possible. Because I thought that was clearly wanted to do public service is motivated for all the right reasons. And I thought you know, what maybe? He just one day you'll be mayor of Chicago that was the ceiling of how high could see it going. But it didn't why. Because that was my life experience I've seen Harold Washington elected to the mayor mayor his job, and it just it didn't occur to be back event that he would even aspire to be president. But it was all very natural. And I I would say after he gave the speech at the two thousand four.
"housing authority" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"The city's ailing housing authority might soon have a federal monitoring place. The appointment follows the feds recently announced settlement with the city of New York to reform at night. You sources told New York one that a fellow named Barch sports former prosecutor with ties to governor Cuomo and the CEO of a security consulting firm is most likely to get the job. The Federal Housing authority is expecting to make a formal decision sometime next week will be charged with addressing nitrous failures. And providing adequate housing for hundreds of thousands of residents here, if you watch the public advocate debate last night, you saw seven a mayor de Blasios fellow Democrats totally trashing the idea of him running for president in twenty twenty where the mayor was asked about it today and offered this defense every day. I have New Yorkers come up and talk about different things ministrations doing that. Alike and playing a people who urged me on for the future. I just don't want to get into the details. In other words, haters, despite what the public advocate candidate, stink de Blasio appears to be headed to the early. Primary state of Iowa this weekend. The New York Post reporting he has events in the works, but not finalized in both demoain as well as Sioux City. An eight story out of the Hudson valley at state park where a youth summer camp named after lasagna junior goose mine is about to go up. You recall junior is the teen and police explorer who was killed in a suspected gang attack last year in the Bronx. Governor Cuomo says the state park office working with the fresh air fund and brought sufficient to establish camp junior. It'll be at Harriman state park right there on the orange Rockland line. One of the summer campsites at Harriman will be rehabbed to eventually serve up to a thousand kids from the Bronx each summer wins. News time six oh nine. It's the sleep number.
"housing authority" Discussed on 710 WOR
"City housing authority is coming under the supervision of a federal. Monitor after years of failing to provide decent safe and sanitary housing for some four hundred thousand people environments that sometimes are not completely safe with lead mold Berman housing secretary. Ben Carson announced an agreement with the city and with federal prosecutors that stopped short of a federal takeover. It does require the city to provide more than a billion dollars to improve living conditions and calls for new leadership to replace the mayor's appointee. Aaron Katersky ABC news, New York, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, says it's fortunate none of the five hundred employees at the Marcal paper plant in Elmwood were injured last night in the massive blaze Perkin county, executive James Tedesco, also toured the site with Murphy this afternoon said it was amazing. How firefighters were able to fight the blaze in three degree weather the firetrucks for freezing the water in those? Was actually freezing. Ladder trucks that were up in the air. Some of them couldn't be lowered because they were froze did ask us as it's a fire that will be remembered for a long time similar to the one at the SAIC Nils in the eighteen hundreds Murphy says there were still hot spots at the Marquel? Plant, which was some ninety percent destroyed. Eric city police say a woman has been found dead wrapped in a blanket at Brooklyn apartment. She was discovered when the NYPD went to perform a wellness check yesterday afternoon at the third floor home a fifty seven year old korry Lawrence on eighteenth street near prospect park, south the man allegedly refused to let officers entered that prompted his arrest for assault and obstruction. Once inside officers say they found a fifty six year old woman on the floor. Authorities say Lawrence was in a relationship with that woman despite days of contradictory statements, President Trump is now claiming he is on the same page with his top intelligence chiefs. Those chiefs testified this week that Russia and China continue to try to manipulate. Public opinion in the US, and then ISIS remains a threat and Iran is complying with international treaties. Trump reacted to those comments by saying his intelligence. Chiefs are naive and you go back to school. Well today. Trump tweeted, they're very much in agreement on around ISIS, North Korea, etc. And that their testimony was distorted the NYPD disciplinary case in connection with a chokehold death of Eric garner continues to move forward at Thursday's hearing at police headquarters in anticipation of the may trial for officer Daniel Pantaleo, an attorney for the civilian complaint review board said NYPD won't disclose who trained Pantaleo in the use of force meaning upwards of fifty witnesses may be called Garner's mother. Gwen Carr spoke afterwards. I hope that Pantaleo is charged with my science motor. He is fired. Pantaleo defense attorney store at London provided his take quite frankly..
"housing authority" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Own housing authority the city has the civic housing authority, and they work well together, but you know, like with our housing authority. We got a CD BG grant, a community development block grant and restore. Roughs on we got five hundred thousand dollars to redo breath on our three sites, and you know, we want to expand our sites are our housing stock is aging, you know, and it's old. And so, you know for really necessary we want to put solar on some of those units that would help also reduce the cost for people living there. What about the idea of donating county land or donated city land or donating or selling or lease naveen? School land for housing. Yeah. I mean, we're all willing to work on that. But we have to come to the table and talk about it. The the river trail the thousand year flood back in back in March or whatever by July. The of scoured the riverbed and took out all the trees and all the beautiful landscape that was just getting completed before the trees had a chance to mature and take root. So where we stand with that? Well, the contractors are I'm fight. I mean, they might not be on site today because of the snow, but they are been on site since the end of the month in November. And we're we're moving forward put how far upstream feel Frenchies to Siler. Okay. And were restoring that to the way that we had originally designed to four thousand year for the thousand year flood, you know, like a lot of the boulders got moved. I mean, it's just amazing. And it also was a raging river. It was a raging raging river, and a lot of people don't understand that, you know, like the trail looks okay. But a lot of the. The earth that holding it under got undermine because the broader was running so heavily. And so, you know, the contractors are back at re compact insurance paying for any of this. Yes insurance is paying for around two hundred two hundred and fifty thousand total cost fifty okay? Trees will be put back in hopefully, allow to hopefully Bruton armor themselves in, you know, get some strength in the ground. So that they can hold on. You know, we don't have another thousand near fled. So that that's going. That's taking place right now that is taking place right now. Okay. One of the big issues in the county and the city nothing that city county could come to agreement on and work together on is drug abuse drug addiction, alcohol issues, opioid addiction and all those kinds of things. And so we're building right in the city right near Christie's. Saint Vincent O'Brien Galileo behavioral health crisis center, Antonis building. Yes, we're we bought the building and were renovating it we've hired the recovery center to be our part in this part of the tax increase money. Yes. It is. Okay. It's part of the GRET tax and the bond. Okay. Both and with that bond with. Five hundred million five million five million and three million went to the Edgewood clinic, which is completed and has in record time. And that is also connected with okay, Chris sustain visit cow's tail straight. So what's going gonna be? So we're gonna have a we're going to have a behavioral health crisis center there. So it's going to program. Beds. It's going to have bad, but it's not gonna be. It's not going to be overnight. We really need that is that is another thing we could work with on the city both of our just really need to work with the state on that as and the state, and I feel like with government governor Luhan Grisham who is somebody who really cares about work in the field. She she can really understand what we need to do about behavioral health. We need medically assisted residential program all over the state like three hundred beds for teenagers at absolutely. So that they're not in our jails because that is the laugh. Yeah. Or in the morgue? The jails it's the last one of the last places they need to be the mortgage totally the last life they need to be. But you know, we need to make sure the center though. Yes, it is. And we're working with the recovery center. Okay. So that that's in place now or that's that is moving forward. Belting out we had to the department of health under the Martinez administration decided to rewrite all the rules for these kind of behavioral health center. So we've got stalled a little bit until they finish the rules because we weren't going to build something. And then be told we couldn't run it. You know? So we worked with the department of health to get make sure that we had the kind of things that we all needed for this kind of crisis timeline would that will be up and running. We're hoping in the next year or so we just finished the Edgewood Clinton tells meltdown. Let's take a break. Let's take a break. Okay. Come back. And we'll talk about the Edgewood clinic if you wanna talk to Commissioner commission chair Anna Hansen four.
"housing authority" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The Massachusetts housing authority is temporarily putting on hold the requirement that borrowers provide three years of tax transcripts as WBZ's Bill. Marcus reports the idea is to make sure real estate closings aren't affected by what's happening in DC. The partial government shutdown. The IRS has not issuing transcripts of tax returns. Twenty eighteen president elected the Massachusetts association of realtors. And or says without that information some borrowers are having trouble getting their loans to buy homes. There are some lenders who are making exceptions to requiring that form. So it's just really imperative to have your realtor being very close contact with the lender. And make sure it see what their requirements are. She says the association will be able until mid January to qualify. The exact impact of the shutdown Bill, Marcus WBZ, NewsRadio ten thirty. It's day. Two of a southwest tour for the nation's homeland security secretary following the death of a second Guatemala immigrant child while in US custody. Kirsten Nielsen is in Yuma. Arizona though, details of her itinerary have not been released. David Leventhal is with the non-profit center for public integrity. Not the facilities are not the the the governmental institutions and installations that sometimes are able to handle people who are seeking refugee status or trying to get asylum, or whatever it is or crossing illegally for that matter. Meantime, Senator Warren is demanding accountability. She sent a letter to the department of homeland security saying the deaths are even more concerning given Kirsten Nielsen's recent claim that she did not have an exact figure on the number of individuals who have died in US custody. National grid and the unions representing more than a thousand locked out workers say they've been in productive negotiations for days, though, there's no deal yet the utility and the United Steelworkers say they're in talks. They were in talks all day Friday before national grid, presented the union with the revised offer shortly before midnight, though. There are no details. The sides have agreed to schedule meetings for the union to formerly respond. They've been recently signaling a breakthrough maybe incite the lockout of Massachusetts workers has been going on for six months. The new year. We'll see some new laws taking effect in Massachusetts. We'll take a look in a few minutes on WBZ..
"housing authority" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"New York City's housing authority developments with the city and the state kicking in an additional ten million. But the murmur random didn't give any specific target for local hires. Jose Ortez executive director of the New York City employment and training coalition said fifteen million for workforce training is a drop in the bucket for what's needed even a tenth of the subsidies offered to Amazon Amazon would have even better director would have been better directed towards city run job, training and development that number is shockingly low. I don't think it comes close to what would be required to adequately trained people. To take on those jobs, referring to the to New York City housing authority apartment complexes near the plan Amazon campus, Amazon says the average salary of employees at the queens campus will be a hundred and fifty thousand dollars, but community leaders doubted, whether any local residents would get any of the high pain positions. How do you train people for a hundred and fifty thousand dollar a year jobs that Amazon will be offering well income people? Right. I mean, you know, they're they're going there for talent that already qualifies for that. Yes position. Do those aren't entry level jobs. You're not going to get that training from any government program. So then college, and and then job experience said the CEO of urban up bound Bishop Mitchell Taylor a job training program in Long Island city. He said we have to make sure that the opportunities that Amazon affords are evenly distributed or accessible by at least accessible by all. Excuse me. One moment here, right? Yeah. Well, they want in other words that everyone has a right to these jobs equally, and that's false. That's not how it works. I'm not laughing at his concern to make sure people get jobs, I'm laughing if he actually believes that that is the goal of Amazon, well that you should what are there should be some kind of lottery on the jobs, and by the way, I'm not criticizing Amazon for that. That's not Amazon's goal is not to equally distributed employment throughout the community. No, no. You find the right people for the for the jobs. That's it. Amazon which promised to invest more than two point five billion in the construction and operation of.
"housing authority" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Housing authority president and CEO Kelvin. Jeremiah says the center will accommodate people of all ages big at a basketball court. We have kitchens and learning area, a meeting space and Paul Kurtz, KYW, NewsRadio dozens of local governments and nonprofits filled briefs in the third circuit court of appeals, Friday and supportive. Philadelphia's sanctuary city policies the federal government is appealing a lower court ruling that the policy is legal KYW city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb has more the appeal stems from a lawsuit the city filed against the attorney general when he tried to withhold grant to local law enforcement on the grounds that the city's immigration policy violated the grants terms, judge Michael bail and ruled in favor of the city in June. But the Justice department appealed calling his ruling arbitrary and capricious in its response filed last week the city argues once again that the attorney. General overstepped his authority of you supported in Mikus briefs from twenty-seven cities, fourteenth states and the district of Columbia briefs by numerous nonprofits, defended the policy. One from local social service agency says the city policy helps their efforts to serve immigrants by assuring clients that contact with the city will not lead to the disclosure of immigration status to federal authorities. Pat, Loeb, KYW NewsRadio what was left of hurricane. Michael barely brushed our region. It left us with a good deal of wind and rain, but nothing like the devastation that has ravaged a good bit of the south. Here's KYW's David Madden. Most what problems surfaced around here centered on the shore takes southern Delaware were state emergency management. Spokesman Gary Lang says the outer remnants of Michael weren't that much of an issue the title effect. Some of the surge of water higher water in some cases, and then some of the inland. Areas had some flooding, but no major damage to be concerned with much the same in Cape May county New Jersey where minor back bay flooding caused some overnight problems for. Drivers through forty-seven causeway into Wildwood we shut down for a time. A few power outages were reported, but local utilities are awaiting a call to be asked to come south to assist. Assistant getting electrcity back to more than a million people where Michael came calling with vengeance. David Manton, KYW NewsRadio a teenaged boy is in stable condition after a shooting Friday afternoon in north Philadelphia. It happened in the six hundred block of north broad street around three o'clock police say the boy was shot once in each leg while driving a car. The victim was rushed to Einstein hospital by police.
"housing authority" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Suit against, the Dallas housing authority alleging discrimination KRLD's healthy Phillips's live to report, the complaint accuses the DHA of. Throwing roadblocks. In the way. Of a federal program LP Chris. The community for, permanent supporting housing says the Dallas housing authority began but never finished a voucher program that's that. Let's intellectually challenged people live on their? Own attorney Sarah. Pratt says all five of the individuals have the. Capacity to live outside, their parents homes living at home They're grown up they should not living in a nursing home they are not disabled And that way they shouldn't be living in an institution there should be, coming and going to job finding their, transportation and, living with people their own age. The Sudan suggestions to enforce fair housing, discrimination, laws the housing authority did not return our call reporting live LP Phillips News Radio ten eighty KRLD. The state Senate committee on violence in schools rejects recommendations that the. State consider rent fly, gun, laws set up to remove guns from, potentially troubled students KRLD is Austin bureau chief Chris FOX. State Senator Royce west says it doesn't appear, that the red flag laws are needed they would allow law enforcement of family members. School employees or district attorney to seek the removal of firearms from potentially dangerous student we have some laws on the. Books right now and a mental health code that gives us the ability to act but there. May be some gaps that. We need to look. At family violence and mental illness. Protective orders of the laws west is referring. To the committee has Recommended reviewing when firearms can be returned to those, who are no longer a risk in Austin Chris FOX. News Radio ten eighty KRLD it is five oh five and coming up in walks a hatchet parents, will get to tell school board members, what they, think about some security proposals and. Tonight's board meeting earlier this year that, walks, Hatschi ISD voted to go ahead with the guardian program other districts have implemented that program that allows. School staffers with concealed carry licenses to go through extra screening to. Carry on campus and, provides, them with extra training to respond to, an active shooter situation Jimmy bridges would that w ISD. Says there are other security measures that are, under consideration this is a priority for not only the parents of the district that. For every staff member and every board member of the district board members have discussed installing metal detectors at schools and. Requiring students to use clear backpacks they'll get public feedback on those ideas tonight Stephen Pickering NewsRadio. Tonight KRLD a lawsuit is. Filed against the sporting goods store that Sold the Sutherland springs gunman the firearm used to, kill, twenty six, people, at a church last fall here's. Carol dis, Austin you're the couple who. Were both shot accused academy sports and outdoors of gross negligence they claim that since the shooter. Devin Kelley was a resident of Colorado which does not allow residents to own that type of rifle he. Bought store in Texas should not have sold it to him and shipped it to his Colorado address but Dallas civil attorney Roger done says the suit is to problems whether or not selling a Colorado. Resident a gun in Texas that would violate Colorado law academy in trouble but even if. It does the next threshold issues so what just because you sell somebody a gun or an AR fifteen doesn't mean that you should have known that they're gonna go commit mass murder the couple seeks damages are more than. A million dollars each Austin York NewsRadio ten. KRLD allow maker from. Texas is spotted in Russia meeting with officials there state Senator Don huff signs of Dallas and his twin brother Phillip met. Today with Russian officials. In Moscow joining, US Senator rand Paul the Washington Post describes the trip as a bid to increase engagement with the country a spokesman for fines confirms. The trip saying he and other Texans quote are. Alarmed by Russia's efforts to undermine our democratic institutions and quote some school districts in North Texas getting ready to start their own bus, service, voters shutdown. Dallas county schools which provided buses for nine area districts Dallas ISD hired. Cain Smith as its first transportation director I think you're going to see a decrease of the And not through our a maiden routing thing. That, has been working literally days a week they started back in February says he had. No buses and only a few employees now he has a thousand drivers and a thousand buses most of the drivers came from Dallas county schools he says most drivers just, went to work for whichever district they live in coming up on KRLD, a fitting tribute for a law enforcement, canine and your chance to win one thousand dollars.
"housing authority" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"How you. Doing this Downtown hall from. Your local housing authority This is, my. Second time trying to reach you sir I'll just calling about the noise ordinance annoys ordinance for the complaint and just to talk with you about the citation noise ordinance from whether it's been a complaint against your residents that you've. Been having loud noise after ten pm there. Is a noise ordinance in the city and last night we send someone out to do a decibel check and you, came back at seven hundred twenty decibels and you do have a fine that was given to you because of the citizen day call in and there's, noise here we got you for lobbies you have birds that's been up. All night and been keeping people up also SARS Serve The music is loud. Talking are you in I'm not breaking any law I know that it comes as a shock because, usually people that the sound like you. Said they want to. Get on the phone, they wanna. Add quiet. They want to say I'm. This I'm mad No What what I'm saying is you told me you're doing your? Job, yes. Sir you, know keep it. Down When the boys in bed at eight o'clock. Be about ten o'clock I'm not here to argue. With you but. I'm not here to argue with you are you need to get. Your, story. Straight calling, me a liar Can you give, me I didn't call you a liar sir. You need to be quiet oh see now you. Really messed up Yes you. Do, serve. No no need muster it Together okay well that's your that's your. Thing you just you just really attacked my character you need to learn how to just shut them up and you need to. Watch, mouth and put? A, blanket over the. Bird Hello Utah he. Hang up on me again he's going to have a major problem who are you this Luther tell him if he if he If you want me to. Wipe your husband's in front of you I would, do so Yes That you're talking. About quick break can be anybody tell your. Husband he better watch out who he hanging up. On. Okay I represent the, city but I also represent fresh. Off So you shouldn't talk. Like. You get off the, phone with a grown man I'm Thanks Oh my. Goodness you need to. It Real ninety. Two three kissing Brad Cal traffic. Center. Sigler going down Gwen apart great..
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"That's a good question i am stunned that we've sent this this dichotomy group of people over to china i think it's confusing to everyone perhaps the chinese have been a little recalcitrant in in in their trade policies they they seem to want to move towards freer markets larry might be a little too extreme i'm even more extreme on free markets than his larry but peter navarro i think his philosophies are dangerous and i and and hopefully that would be the middle the middle ground is closer to larry than it is to peter navarro but isn't that part of the way people negotiate that's i guess what mr trump says he's doing one one type of negotiation good cop bad cop good cop i get that this is a brilliant question tim are we run on a foreign policy based on real estate negotiations one on one this we're not we're dealing with china we're not dealing with the the bronx housing authority there is a difference there may be a difference but this is the person that was elected the president of the united states and this is his background and i think at least respect that that's where it comes from if he were a little more gentlemanly and less juvenile i would i would have a great good deal more respect government thank you so much greatly carbon letter always getting in trouble some of the trade you've heard the dentist carbon or his fault not ours don't send me the hate mail he's got the seven percent floor he's got the seven percent stop yes he does very good might seven percent then you lose that you gotta make at least i gotta fed i gotta fed day bloomberg terminal of bloomberg terminal just quiet it's just sort of rolling right now we're we're only get to the meeting sandwiches coffee yeah okay why thirty eight sob negative six vicks fifty point five nine basically if you went away a week ago i don't think you missed much means been kind of rangebound market you heard that from dennis cartman certainly worldwide this fed day two pm this afternoon this is bloomberg now let's find out what's going on in the world we go to mr john tucker john tucker tom prosecutors working for robert muller that made clear to donald trump's legal team that the special counsel would consider a subpoena compelling the president to.
"housing authority" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Nation by providing free access to an education for everyone from pre k all the way up through to an associate's degree his first budget proposal also calls for restoring a sales tax cut his republican predecessor may two years ago at the address murphy said the reversal raised nearly six hundred million dollars but the republican leader of the assembly john brown nick said the plan is a bad sign of things to come the first thing a new governor does is raise the sales tax and other taxes that's a signal to everyone in new jersey hold on baby is just the beginning of the rot chris christie cut seven percents of sales tax by less than half of a percent as part of a deal to raise the gas tax officials in the murphy administration said the cut was so small most people won't notice if it's restored you can ask murphy about governor murphy will be on the brian lehrer show later this morning that starts at ten o'clock today marks one month since seventeen people were killed at a high school in florida to honor their lives and protest gun law students from all over the country are walking out of class for seventeen minutes this morning starting at ten wnyc sarah gonzales has more when seventeen year old news while he'd got the alert she thought another school shooting but then i saw the videos of kids you know my age hiding in their classrooms and i heard the stories of how the students in that school like peter wing they were heroes and they were killed you know he held the door open for other students to escape and he was shot that made her wanna get more involved she helped organize her schools walkout in queens and plans to register high school seniors to vote new york city council speaker cory johnson is walking a political tightrope he met with governor cuomo yesterday in albany a day after the governor visited the bronx and criticized the administration's management of the housing authority on new york one the city council speaker says he isn't taking sides in the rivalry between cuomo and the blasio i am not trying to be in the middle of a political squabble for me i wanna be on the side of niger resonance and that means getting results for them at yesterday's albany visit johnson and other city council members pushed for more state funding for public housing in.
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"The housing authority has repainted her apartment but she says it was too late for her son dubbed down this is already done at least three dozen other families are similarly in the dark the department of health found lead paint in their apartments but the housing authority didn't so there's no official cause for the high lead levels in those children that's a problem says dr stephen marcus he's a medical toxicologist and former head of new jersey's poison control center so the fact that they found no source of wooded there should have made the inspectors say i've got to keep looking at a figure at work hung from rather than just saying it's not the apartment when it can't find a source the health department ask families if they have other products that may have led like imported pottery or spices but marcus says that's not enough was blind the my looking hard north and in some cases they're not looking at all the health department didn't even visit the homes of about one third of the more than two hundred children with elevated lead levels it says they're test results weren't high enough to warrant an inspection to which marcus says they may be for showing statutory requirements but they're not doing what is ethically imperative and that is to find the source of women eliminated that's the only way to treat most let exposure identified the cause and fix it but for nearly one hundred ninety children in public housing the city hasn't figured out what's behind their elevated lead levels that's ten times as many children the city says were harmed and airy patani wnyc news a brooklyn elected official is defending himself after an interaction with a cyclist monday night wnyc's bridge at bergen reports on them there are two versions of the events that started on third avenue in brooklyn here's senator murdy goldens the baybridge representative says he was returning from an event in manhattan with his driver he says his car was in the bike lane because traffic or returned on to third avenue you could not get putting it perfection but traffic was not the it was not conducive to people travelling on third avenue then there's cyclist brian howe campbell's he's a 30yearold software engineer and a member of the transportation and public safety committee for his local community board he was also riding along that seem busy street.
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"At five fifty five wall street the dow closed up twenty four the nasdaq was down thirteen the s p five hundred was up a just a little bit not gonna state police him rhode island arrest a woman they say was drunk when she drove the wrong way on route ninety five early this morning state police say natasha bed good of providence drove her car into a jersey barrier in the south bound lanes as she was heading north now this was near exit one and hopkinton rhode island earlier police nabbed another woman on ninety five in warwick who they also say was drunk and doing close to one hundred miles an hour wbz news time five fifty one top law enforced officer from philadelphia in the running to become the cambridge police commissioner brand veal bard is that city's housing authority police he's also served in several positions within the philadelphia police department cambridge city city manager says barge stood out after interviews with five candidates now we check editor a team of news on wbz were drake and zoe kravitz ever a couple nancy dole has the details from the other taming tonight news room in hollywood rough night stars ilie kravitz dodge said drake dating question last night want what happens live andy cohen when asked about the 2013 rumor that they were dating theory review white quotes we hung out for a minute but we are very good friends last night jay z became the first hip hop artist inducted into the songwriters hall of fame he was introduced by former president barack obama who that he's pretty sure he's still the only president to listen to jay these music in the oval office celebrating meeting birthday today as the now cast member addi aglietta's thirty rosen star laurie metcalf has sixty two and what did not landing star made her broadway debut and nineteen sixty eight barefoot in the park that will the german art who today turn 74 and we'll.