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"jack young" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"On Michael Philip Ellie on the 6 80 Wcbm, Maryland New Center with the headlines in the news this hour, although Governor Larry Hogan has given the go ahead for the state to enter stage three of the Corona virus recovery plan tomorrow at 5 P.m.. Baltimore City of Montgomery County. Will not Charles Calvert, Howard, ST Mary's and Frederick County's will move into Phase three. Prince George's County has an expected announcement today. Carroll County's five member board of Commissioners expected the voted It's weekly meeting today, while several other counties have yet to make decisions, a national U. S Postal Service audit found 68,000 pieces of political male were delayed for five days upon arriving at a Baltimore mail processing facility ahead of Maryland's June primary. Campaign materials sat on process for nearly a week before management discovered them. Mayor Jack Young says, have probably why he didn't receive money votes in the primary. The mailers were labeled political male and did not say ballots, auditors found no ballots were among the delayed mail in Baltimore. A woman struck by a vehicle last week while attempting to cross Pulaski Highway has died. Baltimore County police believe 31 year old Gabrielle Harmony Durham was struck by a Chevrolet Silverado. It was traveling westbound on the road. The city owned Hilton Baltimore turned a profit in 2019, but its financial future is uncertain due to the pandemic. The property at Fora one Pratt Street earned 1.6 million last year, twice the profit the hotel earned in 2018. Last year's numbers represented the third consecutive year. The Hilton Baltimore ended the year in the black. Sports After this high road, Borowy here with safe retirement solutions. What's with all this volatility in the markets? How are you dealing with all this? Let me ask you. Are you okay with losing 20 or 30% of what? You've saved the Wall Street every time the markets take a hit. How would you like a strategy that will never lose money again? Wouldn't be further ahead. If you didn't lose 20 or 30% of your money every 6 to 8 years when the markets take it. What if instead of losing, you could actually take advantage of all this? Would that be a better strategy than the one offered by Wall Street that most people are.
"jack young" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Of the stories will be talking about this morning on the morning drive. Although the governor is going to go ahead for the state to enter the stage three of the Corona virus recovery plan tomorrow. Mayor Jack Young says the city is not ready to move forward says Right now he wants the city to focus on a harm reduction and public safety for the holiday weekend, adding that he does not want to a recent gains that were made by loosening of the restrictions. Although our country Johnny, he says the county roll line with the state and moved to a modified stage three weary opening, maybe a 5 p.m. on Friday and closed and outdoor theaters. I'll be able to reopen retail and religious facilities can expand to their indoor capacity. Ocean City is currently extending its a requirement that everyone over the age of five where face covering on the boardwalk There're many hands. Vast requirements were first implemented at the end of July, and the town council voted this week to continue the order until September. 30th and Maryland State police out in force over the Labor Day weekend watching for impaired speeding. Aggressive and distracted drivers, the spider to team and troopers of each of the States. 23 State police barracks will be focusing on enforcement efforts. To keep the roads safe Sports in your lottery numbers next. Sometimes in business. The unexpected comes calling. But even in its unprecedented times, bounce back forward with Comcast business.
"jack young" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Thank you so much for Tuning into us. You know, it's it's another day in the land of of the of the virus. I suppose you know things. They're just crazy. They're going to get crazier. Aziz this year goes on. I hate to say that you know, whenever you pick up the headlines today, uber ridership declines further. Gross bookings for Uber's right rides declined 75% year over year in the past three months. And in June, the 30th their surprise because nobody is going anywhere. Many jobs aren't coming back. Online Healthcare will likely eliminate some doctor's office visits and online video conferencing will replace some portion of business travel on those changes alone. Could destroy millions of jobs. So think about the folks, I think the numbers. If you look at the estimates, my restaurant people can tell me this that are out there. I think they're about 22 million people that support or work in the restaurant industry. And of course that doesn't include People that, you know, supply, the linens and the flowers and the tables and the chairs and the lights and all these other things, all these ancillary folks that are tied to this on so with this many jobs if you're watching me on Facebook live here, we're showing that the folks many jobs are just not coming back. There are a lot of people, particularly this year. You know if you've lost your job if you were in the restaurant industry look, the retailers Joseph, a banks declared bankruptcy. I read the other day that Starbucks, I think is closing, permanently closing for stores, so it's all over the place and now In the midst of all this Mayor Jack Young Bond County, the day's fan, Dre, a Bowman at them Counting the days until Jack Young is no longer the mayor of Baltimore. I have to tell you that this guy Has been an absolute train wreck, and we're all looking forward to Bob Wallace. You heard it right here. Bob Wells being the new mayor of Baltimore in November, But Jack Young is there for the time being. On. He said that restaurants can presume indoor guiding to 25% capacity starting at 5 p.m. Today, 25%. You know the restaurants there struggling even a 50% to resume so 25% and he goes on here to say that. What is this? This reopening does not mean that we're in the clear. As it relates to the pandemic, but rather I want to support our residents facing extreme financial hardships as a result of working in the restaurant service industry, Young said in a statement. Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. He's not been very supportive of the restaurant industry or really business in Baltimore, So it's you know, it's incredible. As I said, before, this guy has been an absolute train wreck for the city of Baltimore. I suspect that after so many years it working in Baltimore City that he will retire. Come the end of his term, and the election takes place in November. But folks you know all over let's say you pick up the paper there major businesses. Major Realty retailers that air going out of business that I see the other day about Walt Disney of five or $6 billion quarterly loss. I mean, it's just Everywhere. I guess. One stroke of good news is 30 year mortgage rates have sunk to a low of 2.88.
"jack young" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Sight. So I know you don't leave the weather report for me because I'm going to step outside. It is hot, hot, hot. The heats one thing. The humidity is another. We've had a ton of both. And so I'm really looking for was telling my daughter so let me let me tell you guys, I'm joins very special for me. So far, we've had Zach on the show. We've had Carter on the show Taylor on the show, and now we've got Isabel in the show. We've had everybody in here but Logan and Olivia. So my daughter Isabel has joined us with her friend Jack Corkum and Jack. Welcome to you so much for having it. Absolutely. I know your mom and dad and family and cousins and aunts and uncles and you got the whole family's sitting in the living room around the radio tuned like FDR something we're gonna have fun. We're gonna have a good time. So we've got Jack and we've got Isabel. Isabel does not want to talk, but we'll wave to her. She's sitting off to my right. So we're gonna have a great show. We're going to talk about. I'm gonna give you guys Why would I want to talk? Baltimore politics is always do this city. Oh, my God. Isabelle and I were driving through today. I think Jack Young has really just you know, the voters in Baltimore spoke out. And they said, Mr Young Thanks, but the bus stops here and you need to get off. This is your stop. I don't think he's doing anything. I mean, he was he didn't do much before. Let's be fair. The city has never been in my 60 years Never been dirty or moron say, 348 murders. In 2019. Guess what wrong pace to break that record from last year more murders So anyway, usable When I were out, we went down to Locust Point. My mother's neighborhood Locust Point. We're trying to find a bicycle for her today, and it's impossible to do that. If you haven't tried to find a bicycle, you know they're certain industries. That are booming as a result of this Corona virus. People are eating and they're getting fat of living proof. You can't really see me, but you know they're baking and they're cooking and they're doing these construction projects, and there's a run on lumber and all of these and bicycles. People are buying basic. It's hard to find a bicycle anywhere. Whether it's used broken down on the side of the road. You can't find a bicycle so well developed that we're trying to find a bicycle for her 18th birthday. I'm driving into the city and I'm driving back. First of all the weeds, and I've said this before on the landscape kind of guy I love plant material. The the weeds folks just because it gets beyond six feet tall doesn't make it a tree or plant a weed is a weed and Baltimore is full of them. You drive down any ramp in Baltimore and the weeds. You know, we need some sophisticated use the word politicians. We need some sophisticated smart people, articulate people running this city. Which is why all of you know that I'm supporting Bob Wallace. About this Maryland Melsby thing, 23 trips 23 between 2018 in 2019 Germany, Portugal, Kenya, Kenya, and she's setting up a travel agency. So self dealing comes to mind here. She's planning her next step, planning our next career on the taxpayer's dime. Who knows? The reports are out there, so I'm sharing everything. It's been public tonight. We're going to talk about I'm gonna talk to Jack about what is it like to have? Jack just graduated from the Friends School of Baltimore, where my daughter also attends that she'll be a senior. Jack's going to go to Dickinson College. Congratulations to you on so much on the graduation and the excitement about going forward, but the scary thing and we're going to dive back into it. I'm telling everybody, folks we're gonna be talking about what is it like? If you're 18 years old and you've graduated from high school. First of all, the graduations aren't what Jack expected what his parents expected, paid all their tuition and just everything. And, you know, we got this moment here and guess what virtual graduations or and I and if I saw an article, and I think it's Time magazine about I've never liked the word social distancing its physical distancing. We are distance enough socially folks were isolated, weren't impressed with this. Where that suicides up, addictions up that Because of social Isil ization. Let's not call it social distancing. Let's call it physical distancing. But a lot of schools have done their graduations either virtually or they've the friends school managed to pull one off. Gilman did it as well. I think they invited one family, but this is not a jack expected and now he's anticipating going back to school, so we're going to talk to him about that. When we come back to say a few things. We're going to come back in this break, and we're gonna divert in with Jack. But what is it like? If you just graduated from high school, you're all excited to go to college. And you may not be going, you know again, As I told you, my son is a business will be a sophomore Brown University and the freshmen were told not to report A freshman for college of Brown University. And it's not just brown. I'm sure others were told not to report so this is not with these kids have expected and I think they need a voice. And so I invited Jack on this show. To talk about. What is it like? How does he feel about it? How does he feel about all of it? Now You've got to wear a mask. Certainly an indoor places. A lot of people wear them in their cars, driving by themselves with their windows up with their gloves on. Um okay, you know, so it's changed the landscape. For everybody. I saw something earlier. Fashion accessories are now coming out with masks. So you can court ladies, you can coordinate your top with your mask, You know, so complimentary accessorize or whatever. So, folks, the point of all this is the landscape has changed. I hope I really hope I'm fearful. I hope it's not changed forever, that this is going to become the new norm that everybody is going to be doing all the stuff with all these mask and all these other things like that, so Anyway, Jack, I don't want could use someone. I mean, how does this feel for you? You know if I buy the sum it up, I think it's just unexpected, You know, unexpected, unexpected. I think we came into senior year having a great time looking forward to the memories ahead. And all of a sudden, you know, March 12th like we have that Friday off and spring break is extended Tio just July 9. It's It feels like it. We never really had closure there, and it's just It's hard to make something so unexpected, certainly, but you've got to go through Jack and we're going to run and we're gonna come back. We're gonna pick up pick up on this because folks following some Facebook live and also one live talk radio. It had to go from unexpected to what was their anger or disappointment. What what else was going through your mind Jack supposed to be this way? Yeah, I think it was a mix of frustrated in frustration and anger because we got robbed of these different experiences in these last few months together. It's also like I think it's a.
"jack young" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Passing between lock in terror parkway and Ralph they're they're adding in an additional main lanes and HOV lane in each direction so you see some caution as you pass through the area there I'm Jack bad news radio twelve hundred W. away I hold on a cloudy wet conditions today we could see a shower to eighty four for a high will dry up by tomorrow sixty eight degrees under cloudy skies a news radio twelve hundred W. away I the code is nineteen pandemic did cast a bit of a shadow over president trump's Memorial Day activities the corona virus pandemic was unmistakable even as president trump paid honored a fallen service members on Memorial Day in recent months our nation and the world have been engaged in a new form of battle against an invisible enemy speaking of Baltimore's fort McHenry the inspiration for lyrics that would become the national anthem president trump and knowledge but thousands of military personnel caring for patients Baltimore's mayor Jack young asked the president to stay away from the city saying it sends the wrong message while much of the region remains under state home orders little closer to home a four year old boy is dead after being shot inside a home on the city's southeast side San Antonio police chief bill McManus said the boy was inside the home the fourteen hundred block of the event Avenue well the barbecue was being held outside when I was playing with a ten year old inside the house when it appears the kids found a gun and started playing with it then it went off police chief bill McManus says that people have got to secure those guns I don't know where the gun was stored I don't know the little boy was found it may well have been secured but apparently not well enough an investigation continues meanwhile Allen west.
Trump observes Memorial Day with two visits
"Carlson president trump has booked back to back Memorial Day appearances today amid the corona virus pandemic he plans to participate in a wreath laying ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery today afterwards will head to Baltimore to speak at fort McHenry national monument that's where the star spangled banner was written but Baltimore's mayor is unhappy about trump's visit saying it sets a bad example when many residents have been told to limit travel mayor Bernard C. Jack young also says the city can't afford the cost of a presidential visit when city revenue is declining because of the
"jack young" Discussed on KOMO
"Urging president trump to drop plans to visit fort McHenry on Memorial Day the mayor Jack young says it would send the wrong message at a time when Baltimore residents are being told to stay home because of the covert nineteen pandemic the White House says the president is not changing his plans John Radcliffe has been confirmed along party lines as the nation's new director of national intelligence and it's been a long road to get there for Radcliffe joining us with more is A. B. C.'s Andrew Kimber who joins us on the call on whose line Andrew this is a name we've heard associated with the post for quite awhile now right and it was sharply divided Senate confirmation actional diligence now that's happening on Thursday Democrats were using to support his nomination of yours that he would politicize the intelligence community's work under president trump's job Rocklin Texas congressman in his former role as a congressman he defended the president that during a public folder hearing in Russia probe twenty a presidential campaign there and it seemed very unlikely that you would actually get his position back payments some Republicans questioned his experience but he was narrowly confirmed Senate by a vote of forty nine forty four so now party lines and what was it that kind of sealed the deal for his Republican colleagues because as you mentioned throughout this whole process at least early on there was bipartisan opposition to Radcliffe yeah you know during his confirmation hearing earlier this month try to keep those concerns about potentially be influenced by trump's strange to roll he promised not to be impacted or affected by out outside influence vowing to be impartial and that could push him over the edge what are going to what are the a primary challenge is going to be for right click on the new job he's inheriting well some of the primary children Sir the turnover that's been happening there acting director Richard Grinnell which it won't be an I. G. yeah with with dismissed from the position by president trump last summer and also it just very very very good concerns from Democrats that he may be impacted or impartial especially if we see some sort of other you know investigation in the intelligence community that's going to be the big test for the question for him again he was very supportive of the president also featuring trial you're talking to the media hello on the president's behalf but this is a position that is really supposed to be up by parts of a partial but again Rachael says that he will not be impacted or affected by outside influence or by the trump administration so we'll just have to wait eight not an easy time for him to take over either with Russia North Korea Iran China all of right clicking feature role yeah well it takes and the corona virus to throwing everything in the PC that's it Andrew divert with us on colors and thank you very much thank you the White House abruptly shifting course ends telling health officials to release guidance on re opening churches Sager Makani reports the CDC had put together detailed steps for re opening seven types of organizations from schools to restaurants to religious facilities after initially showing all of them the trump administration allowed six to be released but said no guidance would come out about houses of worship the president's changed his mind I said you better put it out and they're doing it saying churches are vital to the American psyche I want the churches to open and the people want the churches to open an administration official said last week there were concerns about the propriety of the government dictating held places of worship.
"jack young" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Of the morning drive some of the stories are talking about this morning much of the suspense power in an effort to prevent the spread of the Wuhan virus and encourage social distancing and Ocean City restaurant is thinking outside the box fish tales plans to use bumper tables that feature a round table surrounded by an inner tube with a hole in the center for a person be fine here face fails they are mobile they're on wheels other lawyers to look at actually Baltimore based revolution event design and production created the custom made tables which are guaranteed to maintain a distance of six feet officials plans to use the barber tables wants to return to dine in services saying they provide built in social distancing certainly is one step forward from our suggestion was was so you simply carry the lance with you that you use in Johnston and they happen to be six feet long but this works too I suppose Johnny o's announced a new effort to provide nursing homes was critical safety equipment the county's securing sixty thousand surgical masks forty thousand isolation gowns and a significant supply of gloves an investigation is underway after a fourteen year old boy was shot in northwest Baltimore last night police found the victim behind the thirty six hundred block of Reisterstown road just before midnight was taken the hospital homicide detectives have been called in due to the severity of the team's injuries and what about your Jack young has a message for restaurants bars and other businesses after hearing a rumor that they plan to re open.
Baltimore City Council Asks Mayor To Require Face Coverings In Public
"Former city council oppressing them areas that require all residents to wear face covering when they go out in public to help limit the spread of the flu flu the council unanimously passed a resolution calling for America Jack young to issue an executive order mandating that everyone who goes out in public it doesn't matter where you're going out for a walk you're going to the store you go to the pharmacy whatever the case may be that you have to wear some kind of facial covering when you leave your home or doing in prince George's county the doing of Montgomery County they're doing it now in the Washington DC metro understand is is contemplating the same thing city council president Brandon Scott who introduced the resolution said that the bald or needs to fall the suit of these other counties and metro systems we are putting the lives of our citizens the last he was working out supermarkets who are doing the work that is allowing us to have some sense of normalcy at risk no no one former resident Melissa Alston said well why not they can only help I mean they're hot and uncomfortable but I mean so the hospital
COVID-19's effects in Maryland
"Vice president of Bryant's of all is donating food to the restaurant that serves some of those restaurants can give it to employees free of charge there's a lot of restaurants who supported us over the years and there's a lot of great employees out there that need to feed their families they are now of a small foods rather as an independent wholesale distributor fourteen hundred restaurants they serve a Maryland orange six hundred of them are in the Baltimore area nine Marylanders who were quarantined above the grand princess cruise ship or not back in their homes of that other airman they were brought home by the reserve in the airman brought food and essential supplies to allow those individuals are too self quarantine for at least the next two weeks Burroughs first quarter death has occurred the prisoner died in prince George's county resident in his sixties who suffer from an underlying medical condition Baltimore city now under a state of emergency because of the coronavirus mayor Jack young issued the order yesterday and will be in place for at least
Maryland - Baltimore mayor: Amid coronavirus crisis, criminals should 'put down the guns'
"Baltimore mayor Jack young urged residents to put down their guns and he'd orders to stay home after multiple people were shot Tuesday night amidst the corona virus pandemic young said hospital beds are needed to treat positive Colbert nineteen patients and not for senseless violence seven people were shot Tuesday night in the Madison park
Police seek suspects in double Baltimore murder this past weekend
"Baltimore police looking for the suspect who killed two women business owners over the weekend thirty six year old Carmen Rodriguez shot and killed Sunday evening inside Kim deli and grocery in the southeast district six blocks away from north Milton Avenue salon where the owner twenty one year old destiny Harrison was fatally shot in the head Saturday they're been three hundred thirty eight homicides in Baltimore so far this year a significant increase from last year's three hundred nine total just over the weekend eighteen people were shot three were killed mayor Jack young called the violence unacceptable saying people in the community need to come forward with information to the police to bring the suspects to
"jack young" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"There during daylight hours it will not be used for real time surveillance but instead will be used for helping officers investigate past shootings and robberies they're not gonna be used to investigate police misconduct during the trial run officers will not have direct access to the footage the planes if they don't generate results then they'll ground the and the pilot program is supposed to last between four and six months now Jack young has said that he supports the police commissioner and the a plan is transparent and includes a necessary community engagement and auditing functions the commercials are young did not push them in this direction Brandon Scott said it seems like the ladies whatever call drastic reaching the concerned about to be effective are still there well how the heck you your love for defective until you've been trying to find out if it's effective if you don't have any way of figuring out it's effective buyers looking at a drawing board and saying well we don't know this is the first in the nation things of liberal for defective or you're not going to know until you do the pilot plan for four to six months and see whether or not it's a good investigative tool and something worth having around if it proves to be a good investigative tool obviously you hang on to it if it proves ineffective but you don't put the result Bob is a partial he's next up on talk radio six eighty W. CB a good morning Bob very Christmas to you and send you a happy Hanukkah to our Jewish friends hi former city I was born here over eighty years ago and I've seen how it is.
"jack young" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Hour's champions one vote this week but there's other moos Ballmer Jack young is gonna return a homestead tax credit for a house he doesn't live in Rudy says it's got the goods on the Biden family former U. N. ambassador Maria Ivanovic Elizabeth Warren calling on Michael Bloomberg over those sexist comments he allegedly made the women according a toxic interesting before and Dr Jill Biden is going to be defending her husband and her son and those are usually there is a brand new poll that says there are there's nothing but bad news of from current polling for the Democrats will details on that coming up all right so again top story looks for here in this hour because you're just working champion for a moment Palmero Jack young collected the homestead tax credit but a thousand Bucks in a row house it is warmer he doesn't leave them and he will return the money we'll see our young owns two homes cities Palmer one on the software of another on mass injury is collected the tax credit for the owner occupied property for years of the medicine street address which he considers his longtime home but he said recently was falling time between the two but this year according to his spokesperson young as wife turned over their Madison street home to their daughter and her new husband were married last December you're and so then young began staying full time at his condo on Central Avenue he didn't update his tax records didn't collect the homestead tax credit there but he did collect the benefit at the Madison street house it's just an oversight according to the spokes person you know you're busy your city council president you're you're really running from where you become the interamerican and you know just things get away from me you know after all you know frankly he's a poker if this is this is this idea of of theft this guy is a Parker you can do better than this yeah well the thousand dollars really well that's a good thing that comes now heading into the the first of the year it's gonna get hot and heavy in the mayor's race in the in Baltimore city but but do you remember of this is I think about ten years or so ago I remember there's a TV report I am a questions about where young has lived have dogged him for years when he was city council president and then there was the was being followed around by reporters steal from from house to house you know he was getting tired of it and and his condo on on Central Avenue he asked reporters quote do you want to see my underwear do you want to see my damn underwear is evil Havel briefs of boxers from a drawer well if I was reporting on that I would be the wizard how do we know those are yours Mr city council can you prove our policemen services rolls without a shadow of a doubt but those drawers or your I'm just sorry and I would love the in a testing might be in order here that's why you and I do what we do instead of the reporters the well another issue Balmer city council now are going to consider giving property tax credits to the lowest paid city workers so twenty five hundred dollars a year property tax credit meant Babel of police officers and firefighters over to live in the city they get that already of this will go to the twenty five percent lowest paid full time city workers serve your city worker and you're making no more than thirty eight thousand dollars a year you get the property tax credit yeah that's you know that's that's beyond fifteen Bucks an hour yeah well this is in a very median income is of forty six six in the city so what you're saying is if you're if you're if you're eligible that manta we should be giving you more money and form of a tax cut one it's just some to give them a raise right I mean if if you think that they're underpaid rather than saying that we know we do we do have actually a disparity hearing you guys aren't really quite enough we're going to pay a bit more we're not we're not that be the more reasonable solution is is a back door way of trying to get because I think you little further on the story here nearly half of Baltimore's low income employees live outside the city at about one in five rent their homes so they will have no coverage yeah so is this if you think this is a doorway to try to get these employees to relocate and live in the city and take advantage of twenty five an hour property tax rate as an inducement yeah you know it's just an inducement on but it seems to me to be make more sense to just simply save because I don't think government to control where you live even if you're working for government of data I think that make more sense to reach him a raise in all of inducements to.
"jack young" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"And Arnold once the call in and he wants to talk about healthy Holly and that is a good subject to start one because I have a lot of information about healthy Holly and you're going to like it okay here is Arnold Arnold good evening. hi Pat thank you for taking my call have a quick question my grandmother my aunt lives in that the city is temples was also more and her street is just written with potholes and I'm wondering how many healthy folly books what I should I buy from her to be able to get us to the contractor in there to get her street well you you may go there and you may look into the pot holes and you may find healthy Holly books because we cannot find them. nobody at fed up from the public very brief I had listened another source of the station they were floating the idea because all the more cities in search for shade the Baltimore Farley should absorb all the more cities. exactly I wouldn't **** it with it and. but but I look forward to hearing your response back healthy Holly all I got I got I got a lot of stuff for you. as I think this sequel is gonna be healthy calling healthy Holly goes to central booking well that may be the sequel but the real sequel is who are the other cast of characters and what day did right now we're focused on the mayor that's the big story but there's a lot more than the mayor lot more dollars eight hundred thousand dollars Hey let me get out but let me give you this figure. twenty five million. yeah that's what it all comes down to not know I mean did the eight hundred thousand is chump change okay how about if somebody got twenty five million. wow that's real money I'm gonna talk about that we're going to talk about that all right thank you Arnold yeah I healthy Holly okay we're gonna come back and we're gonna talk about healthy Holly on healthy mayor pew why Jack young who I know very well why Jack young does not the acting mayor does not want to run for mayor and will not run for mayor and we're gonna talk about the other scale murals. the real money besides the mayor right now we're all focused on the mayor okay there's a lot more to this honey pot this quick sand. this whole filled with corruption then good all mayor pew I'm Pat.
"jack young" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Twenty five years ago. Twenty five years ago. Watching white Ford Bronco vibe and a slow speed. Chase all Angeles OJ twenty five years ago today. I think he got up to maybe forty five fifty miles an hour Beijing. Please. Keep up with them. Dora? He is. When it gets out of prison, he's going to go back to all the golf courses in the country. Keep looking for the guilty man, by the way, one of the really odd stories. I gotta talk about this, this just. Okay. This is a course I guess an honor of Father's Day. No, no, no. Because it's it's pride month. The mayor Jack young has signed a Bill banning gender specific restrooms. That's right. If you got a single Staller afraid that it's no longer gonna be a men's room or a women's room. If going to be a whatever room whoever's next in line room. All right. Why would this even be something the city care about? I mean seriously. This will this will clearly solve the, the major crime problems in Baltimore City. That's obviously the frustration in the murder of the crime or taking place, because women are rate that they don't have yours in their restrooms. And so they want a gender neutral restroom, so that they too can stand at the urinal, and I'm sure there's a technical way of making that work. Sure, what that would be. But I think that'd be just wonderful just just a wonderful thing, thank God, because we know by inference that all of the shootings are taking place in Baltimore City, are being perpetrated by irate women so perturbed about this issue that they, they've turned to violence in order to notice many, many more male victims than there are female victims. So clearly that must be what's going on mayor? We. Tip our hats to you. In between that the confederate monuments all the great stuff Baltimore's done to lower the crime rate. There's no way of saying other boy, you guys are just nailing. You're really are. I'm so pleased to know. That now and I go to the restroom, even though they're side by side. And one says, men say women. Of that. If there's no line on the women want to I can go in because it's not gender specific. Amazing balls at his car. Paul, good morning. Thanks for hanging on welcome to the Bruce your show. You know there's. Is another finger cut off. Hour just watching you. I. Is your day? He has been. Host of a time. I tried to one attempt Jackie court. Tale a work a little harder. But basically stop here what he has facing from tended with aspect without leave. I, I don't know. Your doctor. She is worked with time compared to talk about when he talks about the city. And we think you're very for all people who are part of the city government. Any Elvis out the hallways author is going. We kid ourselves that they didn't do anything before value expected to do it. You know. The kids in the. That we need to stay, but we don't seem all open the pool. School system should be Iran. And so we have remedial for the kids, we have guidance help for the kids, social work for the kids police intervention with the kids while you got it. That's a long list. And it's time for them to start on step. One pre sheet the call Brazilian show. Talk radio six eighty WCBS..
"jack young" Discussed on KTRH
"About a buddy of mine, he walked in on his girlfriend. She was having sex with her personal trainer. He said, okay to sit and working out. Baltimore's new mayor says the answered a gun violence in the city could be. Okay. Let's see. Let's see before I tell you, let's see, we got gun violence in the city of Baltimore wonder who's doing that. Pobably the suburban residents SC got gum violence in Baltimore in the answer could be less lec- of more police on the streets. Spoiler alert the answer. Let's see gun violence in Baltimore. Let's just assume I don't know if this is the case. But let's assume it's in the inner city. See more gun violence, more calms. No, no, no. The answer, actually. Boxing. Boxing. Yup. Mayor Jack young says that young people should put the guns down and boxing gloves up to settle their disputes. I thought we tried that with break, dancing, what happened with that he says, if they really want to settle them we can have him down at the Civic Center foot a boxing ring up. Let them go box it out those kind of things..
"jack young" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Darnold was shot. Frank Frank has got the day off back on Monday. Joe pal sitting in the CBS news here this morning, and we've been talking about a number of issues the China charged com trade wars now escalating that has begun as of midnight. You know, this this morning. And of course, Jim call me from directors saying that the president would be indicted when he gets out of office Caesar some of the other stories becoming a couple of local stories, you want to focus on and they include of course, the swearing in. Yesterday of the new mayor of Baltimore, the fifty first mayor mighty Jack young sworn in in front of a crowd about six hundred people Bernard. See Jack young Bernard. See Jack young do swear do swear that I will support the constitution support the constitution of the United States of United States. Now. I don't want to be cynical. I wanna give Jack young congratulations and hope that he does much better than his predecessors. Something tells me that it's more of the same. But I think that for my first question to follow up to the new mayor that has just warned uphold and defend the constitution. Have you read it? Do you know, what's in it? That would be I think I'm not saying it just for jug young. I just think all politicians should be required before they take office any elected office should be required to take a constitutional court. If they haven't read it, or if they have ridded take a refreshing, a refresher course, I really do. He said we've had our strength tested lately. I've encountered a number of people are weary frustrated angry and questioned whether Baltimore will ever catch a break with all due respect. Mr Mayor, you make your own breaks. I don't believe in luck. Luck is by definition when opportunity meets skill. And that's what it's gonna take not luck. When we have skilled leaders that cash in on their opportunities to make a difference in Baltimore. Young. Dig got emotionally essay choked up as the began to cry. There's no crying politics. I understand. Maybe he got caught up in the moment. Governor HOGAN, then got up Pat him on the back. But young said, I it's the one percent who keep all of us held hostage. We need to flip that script to make sure that we let them know that they're not going to take over the city. They're not going to continue to shoot women and children because we're fed up. And we're tired of all the crime that's happening in the city. Baltimore I've heard that before averted from former mayor's Pugh Stephanie Rawlings, Blake and Sheila Dixon, see at least in her administration. There was a significant crime reduction not so much in the letter to. Governor HOGAN said today marks and opportunity for all of us with new leadership. We now have this opportunity to rededicate ourselves to finding real solutions series problems facing the city. Well, there's that word opportunity. This is a great opportunity for Jack young. When the latest Gonzales poll trails, he'll vixen by three points. And then Ben Cardin, got up there and said quote, Jack young as the right person to lead Baltimore City. He knows the strength of our city comes from our neighborhoods. The people of Baltimore seems to me as colleague Elijah Cummings said the same thing of Catherine Pugh. Sorry, certainly hope that jug young who seems to love the city, and I think as a genuine interest in trying to make it better. But you still back to the the riots of west Baltimore when he was walking in lockstep with gang bangers. That to me is not leadership that to me is not recognizing the the opportunity now, maybe he's thought better that maybe he'll change his ways. But you don't leave the city by locking arms gangbangers in the aftermath of the, Freddie, gray. Right. Sorry. I'm just until he proves otherwise. I'm call me calling me skeptical. Let's take a phone. Call here raised in Brooklyn park Reagan morning. Good morning. Join how you doing. We're fine, sir. Thank you. I think I'm gonna check on running for mayor because I told you. And he told me the most Saakashvili's fall down. But if I can run from air, he like shape did I'm old school for the old school way. Back in city. I think. A lot better. Now, where are you a white guy? I am white. Well, automatically you've got two strikes against you. And they're they're gonna throw throw you a fastball with a wiffle bat for the third strike. So it's an it's an uphill battle for look. I I just think that you know, we we see what the pattern is in Baltimore City right now. And it's not a good one. I see what you're saying from the court system. The mayor. And now, I do I do hope that this new police Commissioner Michael Harrison, I think he's he's got the chops Willie have the flexibility because you know, you serve at the pleasure of the mayor. He's got that consent decree and everything else. So I think Harrison has got potential. I'm hoping the best for him. He crossed talk letting due to walk every every commissioners promises. All Davis with Joe Harris did good where he gained from came from New Orleans and. Woolens is not Baltimore now. So. Baltimore you got to be ground pounders? You gotta get out there and Biki wall. Bring the police out of their cars backward foot walking his neighbor award. Don't die by shining spotlight. It out. All through the citizens. You know, bring the police youth clubs back remembered him. Yeah. The the the Powell and the leagues and the youth centers and so on and so forth. You gotta give some of the misguided youths of today. Samal alternatives. Right. Thanks so much for the call preciado it we certainly wish Jack young the best. But you know again. I just it just told me it's same old same old. And even though we have the again the Gonzales poll, we talked about the other day. That's majority of city residents said he's on the wrong track. They don't think on twelve percent believed than the the reduction in crime has been significant vast majority believe the education system is is in shambles. And so I don't know the Jack young have the leadership skills, and the, you know, the ideas and the people surrounding him to make a significant. I mean, of course, you inherited. He was city council. President didn't wanna be there. So I want to be married in fact, even after being sworn in yesterday, he he's going to run.
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"I'll talk radio six eighty WCBS. If you're making plans for the weekend Saturday looks to be your best day to get outside. We don't have a lot of rain on Saturday. We do have some wet weather today. It's a cloudy day with scattered thunder showers warmer. Temperatures seventy eight scattered thunder showers this evening tomorrow. We're partly cloudy with just a slight chance of rain in the afternoon, sixty nine the high and then Sunday rate and cooler sixty two on Sunday brought to you by expresspros dot com. If your summer plans. Included new job. It's time to get to know express employment professionals connect on the express jobs app or unexpressed pros dot com. More than a half a million people find work with express each year. I'm Kerry Smith from the Weather Channel for talkradio. Six eighty WCBS. Now. Keeping you connected with the latest news. This is talk radio six eighty VM and wcbMcom good morning until in this six eighty WCBS Maryland news center with the news at six thirty one. The news this hour service of allied remodeling. A Chinese foreign ministry spokesman says Beijing is hoping the Trump administration will meet China halfway in their dispute over trait. Three the three new missiles North Korea has tested over the past week. Are eerily familiar to military experts that look just like a widely copied missile the Russian military's been trying to sell abroad for years. One of a handful of university of Maryland medical system, board members who have resigned in the wake of a scandal said he and his former colleagues have done nothing wrong overdose deaths in Maryland exceeded two thousand and twenty eighteen climbing for the second year in a row. Most of the deaths blamed on Fenton hill. Both were mayor Jack young sworn in Thursday at city hall one week after Catherine Pugh resigned amid corruption investigations. I Bernard see Jack young Ronan see Jack young, do you swear do swear that I will support.
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"Maryland's Rocha recognized and trusted name in window tinting four ten three three five ten twenty five or visit de L tinting dot com. Four people shot early this morning in east Baltimore two males and females hospitalized. The incident occurring in the twenty five hundred block of east middle street. Three suspects taken into custody. Handguns recovered at the scene acting Baltimore mayor Jack young becomes the city's fifty first mayor following Catherine Pugh resignation of the flurry of investigations into possible. Kickbacks involving sales of her published books. Two entities doing business with the city pews attorneys, Steven Silverman. Reading a statement on her behalf today. I am submitting my written resignation to the Baltimore City council. I am sorry for the harm that I have. Caused to the image of the city of Baltimore and the credibility of the office of the mayor less month. Federal authorities raided offices and two homes looking for fil records about a children's book. She wrote and then sold the healthcare companies who have ties to the city police find no fault with the driver who struck and seriously injured a child attempting to board a school bus in laurel that driver turning himself in after fleeing at is charged with failing to remain at the scene of an accident resulting in injury. I'll have a look at sports coming up in a moment. DNA window tinting has Maryland's most recognized and trusted name and window tinting, not only for your vehicles. But for your home to deals professional installers, or the area's only licensed users of three and prestige window film, this superior technology insulates against cold of winter and blocks ninety.
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"After ex-mayor, Catherine pews rapid collapse amid multiple public corruption investigations Baltimore quickly shifting into a new era with mayor Jack young at the helm young as a fellow democrat and longtime leader of the city council who automatically replaced Pugh after her resignation Thursday afternoon. Young says he's focused on reducing eye-popping rates violent crime and tidying up the city's
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"Searching for a suspect or suspects. I'm Jane Metzler, Fox News. The big question this hour in Baltimore walked up and opened fire on innocent people at this intersection. Police Commissioner Michael Harrison says people had gathered for neighborhood barbecues on both sides of the street at least seven people were shot. Baltimore's acting mayor Jack young Assam at the hospital and one person is deceased ramp behind the church laughs there. So it wasn't anything dealing with the church. So I want to make that very clear, what isn't clear whether more people were shot and fled the scene. Whether a second gunman was involved. The condition of those hospitalized victims has not been released saying member of his congregation took a bullet for all of us his arm in a sling and exhausted. Looking rabbi use rile Goldstein remembering sixty year old Laurie K gunned down in his. Synagogue north of San Diego during Passover services yesterday, allegedly by nineteen year old white supremacist. What had happened? The rabbi who started the hubbub of Powell synagogue in the San Diego suburb more than three decades ago recalled locking is with that gunman are turnaround. And I see a site that I. Undescribable here is a young man standing with a rifle. Pointing right at me. I look at him yet sunglasses on I couldn't see his is couldn't see his so John Ernest of San Diego now facing murder and hate crime charges hospitalized this hour in Virginia five men rescued from cave in the southwest part.
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"I can't pull them up there we go finally worked these buttons stick over here mr melvin thompson he's the vice president of the restaurant association rail he tried to argue in a letter to the council that the ban wouldn't help the environment we've talked about this before never thompson good afternoon how're you doing good afternoon c four and thanks for having me on the show tons about if you can because this is the first effort to do this he's efforts have been stopped in the past president of the city council jack young was not in favor of this a while ago but now he's in favor of it why is this move to try to go to removing styrofoam next eighteen months a bad thing for restaurants thank you see for i appreciate the opportunity to talk about this issue and let me start by just explaining the reason we use poly styrene foam which is commonly known as spiro foam in the first place is because of its great insulating properties it does a great job keeping hot foods hot cold foods cold and that's why we use it it's a very cost effective way of doing that and businesses choose to use those types of containers when they need it for things like hot soup or saucy things like barbecue and the cost of the alternatives is about two to three times more than the styrofoam products that we currently use and they don't do nearly as good a job as keeping that food hot or cold so this is a situation where the city council is getting involved unnecessarily in micro managing restaurant operation and getting involved in decisions that should be left to the business owner and also melvin thompson is a restaurant association maryland i looked this up last time kind of we did a couple.