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New York Sanitation Commissioner Kathryn Garcia Leaves City Government, But Will She Run For Mayor? ‘Stay Tuned’

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:09 min | 2 months ago

New York Sanitation Commissioner Kathryn Garcia Leaves City Government, But Will She Run For Mayor? ‘Stay Tuned’

"Today, While a sanitation commissioner Kathryn Garcia, is last day on the job, you'll recall she took on a few other roles in city government during her 6.5 years at sanitation, and she's making no secret. She has her eye on a role with even more responsibility. Kathryn Garcia says she'll know in the next few weeks if she'll run for mayor. In the meantime, she's looking forward to a whole weekend off. She gotta send off with pipes and drums as she walked out of sanitation headquarters for the last time this commissioner Deputy Commissioner for recycling and sustainability. Bridget Anderson says Garcia did a lot to bring the uniformed and civilian sides of the department together. Have four operations were out there in the streets every day, but we're also doing planning. We're doing engineering doing policy, and she really found a way to bring together those two sides, so we're really working together a lot better, Garcia said On her last day, she told workers, they taught her a lot. Like sanitation lingo, terms like shrinking or coast to coast or going out of town or mongo are swell. I think they got a little bit of a kick out of that or clean garbage as she considers her possible next move, she says She is concerned about the department going into the winter with fewer workers as the city's budget constraints, lied to cuts and layoffs. Sonia Rincon 10 10 wins in Lower Manhattan

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Last Day On The Job For New York City Sanitation Commissioner Kathryn Garcia

Brian Kilmeade

00:17 sec | 2 months ago

Last Day On The Job For New York City Sanitation Commissioner Kathryn Garcia

"It is the last day on the job for New York City's sanitation Commissioner Kathryn Garcia. She is Considering a run for mayor of the big time, and I think that I'm looking at it very seriously. The possibility of running for mayor a noontime ceremonial walkouts planned at

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"kathryn garcia" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

05:18 min | 2 months ago

"kathryn garcia" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"Training for. The people that they go up through the ranks. And it was something I read as I left that I thought would be before you do anything I know you have to build eighty, two million system But the system's aren't going to work unless you get that piece, right? they will put a property manager in place, they'll end up with a thousand units. They've never managed property and there's been no training practically. and they're literally texting their friends they know in the organization to try and figure out how to do it. That's the problem. You there. There's sometimes where it it can be a penny wise town foolish trading always gets cut I. But if you don't have strong people who are at the developments who are managing things at the property level. You're not successful but I do think they are moving in that direction. and forcing. Budgeting at the property level. So the property manager is going to be responsible for all of that. It's GONNA less we'll be done centrally. Commissioner Garcia and jared had been discussing. Sanitation Food Nitra in a variety of other responsibilities that commission. Has had commissioner. See I WANNA move into? More, discussion of your potential, your expiration of potential run for mayor. But just a couple quick things on things you you mentioned already. If you if you were in charge of things Part of the nature turn around proposal is to build. been. Bald. At times infill housing some market rate. Some affordable housing on underused Nigel land is that a program that you would try to push ahead as fast as possible to do what you said about bringing in revenue for Nigeria. That would not me my first priority. My first priority would be to do the traditional Rad program as well as the. Plan that Greg Russ has come up with to use these vouchers and and finance off them but I certainly would not. Turn away an opportunity that would generate money for nicer resident. Anything we can do to be creative to generate money for them. I think is very important..

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"kathryn garcia" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

03:18 min | 2 months ago

"kathryn garcia" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"This is where commercial way stablishment particularly smaller restaurant. Clothing retail would consolidate their waste in one location. So it wasn't all the way along the curb unfortunately, we did not get funded to. Experiment with the. Residential side. We also are in the midst of doing a rulemaking that for large new buildings. That, they have to containerize their waste inside the building. Not on the curb and one of the Baynes of my existence as new buildings that are very very, very tall with lots and lots and lots of people. But don't have much street frontage and create basically wall garbage. Yes. That's nice. Yeah. Yes. They build and they forgot. But I, think this is a broader concept. How do we want? What do we want from the public? Realm and. How can we achieve that? There's an enormous amount of competition for st space parking spaces, restaurants space now bike lanes, bus lanes but I, think if we start to reimagined it. We can achieve a lot of these varying goal. And we should also just be experimenting like crazy. Rather than Martha Studies. But let's do something try it doesn't work. Let's move on. Do you think we'll ever get a chance to try single stream recycling New York. There would have to be significant changes in the world market at this point in time. There are investments in paper recycling in the United States, but one of the things that has protected New York City's recycling program is that we were still dual stream. It would make it so much more efficient and so much easier for people to go single stream but the contamination made it so that the commodities were not really marketable Once China close. and. So is things developed within the United States. That could change. There's been a lot of investment particularly in paper in the United States. So at this particular moment. Unfortunately, the dual stream which is harder for people to manage Economically better for us. Let's move onto the the food programs that you ran as the city's food czar during the pandemic and obviously A. Pretty massive. program. Looking at it now, as you're about to exit, what do you think worked well, and where were the hiccups? There's enormous amount of I. I would say success across all of the programs Most, shining example, the easiest to implement the best turn on a dime was definitely the department, of education, school food they. They rocked I would say I need to do this and how how quickly would you like that done The TLC program where the taxi drivers deliver. Got Much better over time in terms of our ability to hold taxi drivers accountable for that last mile delivery..

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"kathryn garcia" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

05:32 min | 2 months ago

"kathryn garcia" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"Around that. Let's with the budget cuts go back to when the mayor was deciding the budget and thinking about where to cut the decision to slash sanitation. So deeply. Why. Did that happen given that you're such valued assets you him how did you advocate for your agency and did the mayor not listen. The the challenge I think is. That often the agencies are not in the room when the mayor makes the decisions. That we advocate through our chain of command that this is really gonna be very detrimental to the city. On, two fronts won miss, just the cleaning cuts were so deep and the second was on all of our environmental programs. We have very little left. That are not just basic collection of residential. Waste and recycling and. Why we ended up being cut so deeply and why the parks department ended up being cut so deeply. I don't know the answer to that I know that the city is confronted with very severe fiscal crisis. And I'm sure difficult choices had to be made. I would just made different choices You cannot have the city come back to where it needs to come back to if you can't go to a park because it's dirty and you can't. You're seeing litter baskets overflowing on street corners. Someone did put a hay bail one in that was interesting. Ganic that sound. It's not we weren't gonNA collected with inorganic truck but This is this is a really challenging situation And focusing on very basic core service I think is is critical. As we move forward. Take us back to before the pandemic before any of those cuts happen for the challenge of China operate in an environment was the city clean to your. Satisfaction because we announced that you're having you on some folks ask the question of whether litter had an be common increasing problem even before the disaster hit that you had overflowing bins and it may be the infrastructure we have was not kidding up with our population growth in you know the increased amount of trash we all produce every day was it was a clean.

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"kathryn garcia" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

05:15 min | 2 months ago

"kathryn garcia" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"You ben my brother another mother how you longtime we'll talk it's been a while. Yeah. Reunited here. How are you doing? I'm doing well I. Think it has been what more than more than a month since we have been on the together and I've just been following your vacations on instagram and other things that aren't true. Yes as you know I live my life on social media so Totally but it's good to be back together. We each hosted some really good shows over the last several weeks in our we're gonNA coasting a bunch and also taking some solo weeks but. But the show has has not pause even as we've taken a little time often. It's been. It's been a good stretch. We have another good show coming up today we do indeed. Yeah. We're GONNA be talking with Katherine Garcia who has recently stepped down as the city's sanitation commissioner She also has taken a number of other jobs for mayor over the years most recently as a food czar during the pandemic prior to that doing work to run night show during an interim inet agencies leadership and taking charge i. Of the battle against lead at Nitra..

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"kathryn garcia" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:33 min | 2 months ago

"kathryn garcia" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"All of the news coverage with none of the news bias from New York's number one new station, the News Watch never stops. Thiss is 10 10 wins You give us 22 minutes, We'll give you the world degrees and sunny at 6 20. I'm Larry Mullins. And Here's what's happening on update on a pair of shooting incidents in the city this afternoon, one man dead, another hanging on after shots rang out in far rocket invents, die police looking for suspects in both of those case. Top police officials in Rochester, retiring in Mass amid criticism of the city's handling of the suffocation death of Daniel Prude and, according to the mayor will have more details on that the city's head of sanitation, calling it a career. But there's word tonight. Kathryn Garcia isn't doing it to leave the city out of any controversy, but rather to possibly take its hands and running the city. Yeah, she's wistfully looking at Gracie Mansion. I had an appeals court said No old R. Kelly in his bid to be released on bail ahead of his trial. Prosecutors say he's a potential danger to the community and a flight risk wins AC you other now Cloudy skies tonight Human with a low of 69 degrees. This's Andrew Rodeo. Bloomberg September Slide continues as aggressive selling of tech stocks slammed Wall Street again today Down failed 632. NASDAQ Down. 4% Wins News Times 21 From the traffic center again here is Greg Rice. Let's go back to the action in the Bronx, where we're getting word of that train derailment. We can confirm that train freight train did derail on the tracks near Bruckner Boulevard.

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"kathryn garcia" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:47 min | 2 months ago

"kathryn garcia" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Says all school buildings have now been inspected by the city's ventilation team. The ventilation inspections we talked about over the last few days they've been completed. For all 1485 public school buildings again. 1485 buildings fully inspected. And that includes 64,550 classrooms. And what we can say today is 96% of those classrooms have passed and are ready to go. 10 buildings redeemed on fit. Teachers at those schools will work from home for now. Department of Education calls the delay temporary, either repairs will be made or other space will be found. It's fingers crossed in New Jersey is many school district's opened their doors today, Governor Phil Murphy when we put our guidance out, June, we've told everybody we don't control the virus. The virus is still among us. We have to see how that That moves through the summer and what we think it will look like in September and we promise safety, high quality education and equity where our principles and flexibility more than half of the state 607 school districts are beginning the year with a hybrid learning model. 172 districts are remote, only 59 or in person full time. A prominent member of the De Blasio administration is departing City Hall. Sanitation Commissioner Kathryn Garcia has submitted her resignation effective later this month. Garcia is said to be considering a run for mayor next year. He has been one of Mayor Blasio's most trusted Cabinet members. New York City comptroller's got. Stringer will announced today that he is running for a New York City mayor. At least that's the speculation the announcement will take place. Near his childhood home and the Inwood.

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Kathryn Garcia Stepping Down As New York City Sanitation Commissioner

Midday News

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Kathryn Garcia Stepping Down As New York City Sanitation Commissioner

"Who had the job of sanitation commissioner until today, has resigned. Thatjob speculation is going to run for mayor and make the announcement. To run next year to succeed Mayor de Blasio to other women who worked in the administration also have entered the race. So far. One is Maya Wiley, though de Blasio is former former top top council council also also Loree Loree Sutton, Sutton, who who ran ran the the city's city's Department Department of of Veterans Veterans of of Services. Services. A A list list of of potential potential candidates candidates for for next next year's year's mayoral mayoral race race also also include include Scott Scott Stringer, Stringer, the the city city controller Eric Adams, the Brooklyn borough president, and Corey Johnson, the speaker of the New York City Council. A man who

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"kathryn garcia" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:24 min | 5 months ago

"kathryn garcia" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Going to spend $157 million to bring high speed Internet hookups tonight. Your housing mayor De Blasio says 87 million of that. Will come from a shift of in funding on the city level. Going to take resource is that came out of the NYPD needs capital budget and put it into broadband access for residents of public housing in the new service is supposed to cost $15 a month. It will also be available to low income households beyond nature housing. Meanwhile, it turns out the changes to alternate side street parking here in the city. They have as much to do with the city budget, as it does with helping car owners. The Sanitation Department getting $106 million less in the new budget. Commissioner Kathryn Garcia, telling New York one means litter baskets on many street corners won't be emptied is often Trucks won't be. There will be fewer trucks making pickups is well and the changes to the alternate side Street parking means sweeping most streets once a week is what you'll expect instead of twice a week. Look at the markets, the closing numbers the Dow today in the red, losing nearly 400 points, 397 down for the day. The NASDAQ was up for a while and then dropped. Down 90. It's 4 41 new businesses are spawning Mohr new businesses, for instance, Justus the result of Airbnb businesses, including a J L Consulting and skiff, travel intelligence. Now consult the vacation and home rental industry. Properly properly manages the cleaning turnover and maintenance of rentals. Full house design started a new division called House in a box that designs and furnishes units for the owners because the guests expectations have risen and noise aware was started by a former renter of some units himself who saw needs. Noise aware, sells digital locks and smart thermostats, as well as noise monitors that notify the owner immediately if noise inside or outside is going to cause a problem. Airbnb says. These new businesses around us are the levers that we pulled to succeed. I'm Joe Connelly for Bloomberg and WCBS News Radio, 8 80 Or 42 at WCBS. Look.

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"kathryn garcia" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:36 min | 5 months ago

"kathryn garcia" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Quiet overnight. He omitted Alois 70 for tomorrow cloudy early than partly snot, a very warm and sticky Could be an answering thunderstorm high of the bid and upper eighties Tomorrow afternoon. It's now 70 in Danbury, 82 Elizabeth. It's up to 80 of Midtown alive, Eating for Joe. Thanks. Bob. WCBS NEWS time. 1 10 They're changes the alternate side of the street parking and they may have a lot to do with the city budget is with helping car owners the Sanitation Department, the Sanitation Department is getting $106 million less in the new budget. Commissioner Kathryn Garcia tells New York one that means litter baskets on many street corners will not be emptied is often there will also be fewer trucks making pickups. The changes to alternate side of the street parking means sweeping most streets once a week instead of twice. 1 10 is a time of WCBS. Newcastle could become the first town in New York to require residents to wear a face mask or else face a fine of $250 for a first offense, $500 for subsequent offenses. The proposed legislation follows a covert 19 cluster linked to an outdoor high school graduation in Chappaqua. Dozens of people who attended have tested positive. Now, more than 300 have been ordered Quarantine public hearing on the proposed law will take place a week from today. Sports Coming up. The Home Depot has news that will come as great comfort to your bathroom or bedroom. Right now. You'll find beautiful savings on soft, comfortable bath towels, fresh bed linens, pillows and cozy comforters..

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"kathryn garcia" Discussed on What's The [DATA] Point?

What's The [DATA] Point?

04:57 min | 5 months ago

"kathryn garcia" Discussed on What's The [DATA] Point?

"Did not want to have a third crisis of people being hungry but the thing about this crisis is very different than even if you look back at the great, depression is some of the usual tools, one might use for dealing with hunger. Soup Kitchens congregate eating. were something that was very very dangerous, particularly for seniors in, so we had to very quickly transition to a delivery model at a scale that we have never thought of feeding. New Yorkers And so as you said we have. Served or distributed or delivered over seventy million meals. And that. Has Been Our Gargantuan logistical. Lift, but it really was about a whole bunch of different agencies coming together to make that happen, and so we have the Department of Sanitation Department of Environmental Protection the Parks Department. The Department of Transportation, the office of Emergency Management. And then, of course, the taxi and Limousine Commission who we all work together to create a delivery system. That creates hubs and then the final delivery is done by taxi drivers in transition some to senior vendors, but what you're really seeing is where's the talent in the city of New York? And how can we leverage it to do something we've never done before? He say a little bit more about that know one thing I've been curious about is how much of this operation has been done by existing city employees, and then how much has been? Contracted out, or or just you know, sit up as you said to work with taxi drivers for her vehicle drivers that are not city employees, but then became integral in this operation you. Do you have a sense of how much was? Already existing city government in it. How much was outside? So the majority of the people who man the food hubs, which is where we load the taxis. Are City employees or National Guard. National Guard has been here assisting us on the Labor Front. We are actually thinking about how this transition as city agencies want to reopen in. Want their staff back. The anxiety that I have But, we also didn't have city employees who usually do delivery services, so that's where the taxi drivers really came. In is to create a fleet of people who were not working.

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"kathryn garcia" Discussed on What's The [DATA] Point?

What's The [DATA] Point?

02:20 min | 5 months ago

"kathryn garcia" Discussed on What's The [DATA] Point?

"Seventy million. The number of meals distributed since mid-march by new. York City. This includes about one million meals a day distributed by the New York City food delivery. Assistance Program to New Yorkers who cannot go out during the covid nineteen pandemic? It's part of a multi pronged effort that involves several city agencies to ensure New Yorkers. Millions of whom have been furloughed or laid off during the past months. Do not go hungry. Today we dig into how the city was able to launch these programs so quickly and effectively with two fascinating conversations with leaders of the public and private sector teams that made it happen. I the city's foods are Kathryn Garcia by the way is also the sanitation commissioner and then cast Holloway the former deputy mayor now head of public enterprise at encore, the firm that almost overnight builds a nap. The help facilitate the food delivery. Stay tuned for this special two part episode. And welcome to what's the data point from Gotham Gazette and citizens budget commission were back with a fresh new episode here and doing it over zoom. I'm Ben matched from gazette. I'm Maria. CVC and we are very pleased to be joined right now by Catherine Garcia who has taken on all kinds of responsibility, administration, the last bunch of years, and is one of the mayor's longstanding most. Relied upon Commissioners Commissioner Garcia. US. Thank you for having me. And so we wanted a challenge of course about this food operation that you've. Helped US stand up in and create. And also a little bit about what's going on at sanitation amid all the changes had been going on in. What's coming up next? Let's let's doubling start with with the food side who four we get into any of that just just tell listeners who aren't as familiar with you just sort of who you are, and and why the mayor relied on you to be the sued operation. So I guess. I started in city government in two thousand six and I was. Doing Water and wastewater and moved over to the Department of Sanitation in twenty, fourteen as the commissioner..

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"kathryn garcia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:30 min | 8 months ago

"kathryn garcia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Sanitation workers just like any other trash day a city sanitation truck pulls up along this queen street around eight AM one guy drives while the other picks up the bill like other city agencies sanitation workers face new challenges because of the corona virus outbreak staggering shifts to keep their fifty nine garages operational so far thirty two people from sanitation of contracted the virus out of just under ten thousand employees there have been no fatalities sanitation workers union president Harry Nespoli says his members mori like everyone else but they have a job to do and the object of this whole thing about job a pickup that garbage get it away from the people's neighborhoods actually we don't he also praised sanitation commissioner Kathryn Garcia who will also now take on the role is the city's covert nineteen foods are she'll figure out how to make sure new Yorkers get the food they need in this crisis the mission of Garcia right knows the working person she knows at least she knows what works there the workers need in the past and then just to go out there and perform the duties well the department of sanitation has warned there may be delays in pickups in the coming weeks thank you things outside this queens home we're right on schedule Brigid.

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"kathryn garcia" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:58 min | 9 months ago

"kathryn garcia" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Travel ban in New Jersey took effect at nine last night fans in New York and Connecticut begin tonight too there are not there are now more than ten thousand coronavirus cases in New York state governor Cuomo says fifty four percent among people eighteen to forty nine three Congress will be in session today to continue negotiating a massive coronavirus relief package Blasi has created a special pandemic response team to what he calls an unprecedented threat from corona virus the team will help coordinate relief efforts including food distribution he has named sanitation commissioner Kathryn Garcia is coded nineteen foods OR she's charged with making sure the food supplies uninterrupted in the city coronavirus cases have jumped twenty five percent in Nassau County but officials are urging residents not to panic this was not a surprise to Nassau County executive Laura current work has come online and are done you will see these numbers increase there have been a lot more tests more testing sites the drive thru at Jones beach urgent care locations nursing homes most people will resolve most people will be fine so far the eleven hospitals in Nassau County are handling the cases but she warns don't make their job harder you don't have to call nine one one if you're highly symptomatic don't call nine one one people are panicking calling nine one one the ambulance to the emergency room if you're mildly symptomatic stay home and treat this like you with the flow he says the system is working hard enough as it is Mike Sugerman WCBS newsradio eight eighty many hospitals are running out of basic supplies like masks and gloves Amy patch all because surgical trauma nurse at Stony Brook hospital spoke to CBS two on facetime people we Nassau.

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Get Ready, New York: The Plastic Bag Ban Is Starting

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 9 months ago

Get Ready, New York: The Plastic Bag Ban Is Starting

"The new law in New York goes into effect Sunday banning single use plastic bags the hope is that people will start bringing reusable bags to the grocery store bags get the sack so the city is giving out free reusable bags made from recycled P. E. T. plastic mayor de Blasio stood in Union Square handing them out nat resident Elizabeth was on grab once a good good thing but I think it's going to take a time for people to start bringing their own bags in addition commissioner Kathryn Garcia says they've given out over eight hundred thousand and have loads more it's not that hard to switch as we've seen across the country in the world people think it's a big change but it happens really fast she says the upside is a cleaner more livable New York City Julie Walker ten ten wins in

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"kathryn garcia" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"kathryn garcia" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"You caution. Like, okay, maybe I'm going. Little too fast. I need to slow down. But when it comes to DWI checkpoints, that's a different story. I think they should take that out because if someone's driving drunk, then it's not safe for anybody else around them and the NYPD agrees in a cease and desist letter two ways as parent Google. The department says posting DWI locations is the app allows users to do could actually be legal hindering police from enforcing the law, and according to streets, blah, Google is now offering some of the ways alerts like speak cameras on Google maps. Although the department says they are only addressing the checkpoints. Samantha leap ten ten wins on the upper east size and ten wins reached out to Google. We are waiting a response. Meantime, a Google spokesperson in general said safety is a top priority. When developing navigation features at Google a big transition for a city official with a big job ahead today. She's the sanitation Commissioner later this month. She'll take the reins of nights to work with the federal government to fix all. That's broken Kathryn Garcia will I supervise the ongoing removal of leg pain. Some twenty eight hundred apartments they need to remediate furniture held under six by the February then she'll tackle heat and hot water issues during these cold months, but for now, she'll still be plows and salt spreaders and thinking about the storm forecast next week. Down my snowstorm. I don't start until after the fifteen. Juliet Papa ten ten wins. At city hall wins. News time twelve twenty five. This is Bill finally got me Bill. What's that? Rick, the Clark street crater, the mother of all pothole. Yeah. Year after rim wrecking year. It's tormented the people of this town they tried to fill it. But it always returns good, but you know, state farms got you to you hear that you ain't nothing trash talking to bottle. Yes. Yes. I am go with a win. That's here to help life go, right? State farm talk to an agent today..

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"kathryn garcia" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"kathryn garcia" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Wins. News time three oh five. Close friends of Megan Markle, tell people magazine the duchess is being bullied, and she is not the woman the tabloids maker out to be the friends also say Markle reached out to her father who did not attend her wedding to Prince Harry and his response upset her. Here's correspondent James Longman. They say after the wedding Meghan wrote Thomas a letter saying, I'm so heartbroken. I love you. I have one father, please stop victimizing me through the media. So he can repair our relationship. They say he wrote her letter in return asking for a photo with which they say was painful and missed her point. I think she will always feel genuinely devastated by what he's done duchess. And Prince Harry are expecting their first child this spring. After all the heat, hot, water and other issues. New York City's housing authority will be under the eye of a federal monitor and a new interim chief on the ten ten wins ring central Newsline. Here's our Juliet Papa today. She's the sanitation Commissioner later this month. She'll take the reins of nights to work with the federal government to fix all. That's broken Kathryn Garcia will I supervise the ongoing removal of lead paint in some twenty eight hundred apartments they need to remediate for child under six by the then tell tackle heat and hot water issues during these cold months, but for now, she'll still being Tarja plows and salt spreaders and thinking about the storm forecast next week. Snowstorm. I don't start until after the fifteen. Juliet Papa ten ten wins at city hall wins. News time three oh seven. How much information should be provided in the ways at less says the NYPD most drivers love that ways warns of speed traps some say even helps achieve their purpose which is slowing drivers down. But they say it's not the same for DWI checkpoints, but for drunk driver. I.

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"kathryn garcia" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"kathryn garcia" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Lincoln, and Holland or quiet snow is on the way, alternate side parking rules are suspended as a result. You still have to pay the meters, though, traffic and transit every ten minutes on the one's and breaking traffic alerts whenever they happen. I'm Jeff Jensen ten ten wins. News time four oh. To beware. The ides of November. This warning comes from a Shakespearean soothsayer. But from our ten ten wins weather center. Let's get a live update. Now from anti weather meteorologist dean devore yet. Because it hasn't been this cold in the city lane since March temperatures are going to drop below thirty in the city here this morning or at thirty one right now, a couple more degrees down, and it is a cold start here this morning twenty s out in the suburbs. And then the storm hits here mid. Day on. We're looking at snow, sleet, and rain with that mix causing problems for the evening commute slushy coating to an inter so in the city itself before change over to rain this evening that change over. We'll take longer as you head north and west of the city, so expect slippery conditions as you're heading into words jersey in the Hudson valley that rain snow line will keep moving north and westward overnight towards the two eighty seven corridor. But more concern this morning that it could come back at us that rain snow line is we get into tomorrow morning could be some icy conditions, especially the known in the western suburbs for the morning commute. Still rainy mostly in the city that some we'll keep an eye on for tomorrow morning. So too bad commutes tonight and tomorrow, we'll keep you up to date minute by minute here on New York's weather station, ten ten wins. This is the earliest expected snowfall in about six years. The city says it's ready sanitation administer Kathryn Garcia says the snow alert kicks in for them at noon anything that does fall will quickly dissipate. But it's get very very slushy in that. After. Noon evening commute is going to be sort of miserable. That will be the height of when we end -ticipant accumulations. So it'll be very fast and furious for a few hours, and then it'll be over logging into ten ten wins frequent AccuWeather updates traffic and transit on the ones you get where you need to be as the snow falls later wins. News time four oh four man. And a woman found standard f in flushing queens that killer remains at large neighbors who live along thirty seventh avenue couldn't believe what happened like sung Kim. Horrendous. Over forty years. I've never heard of anything like police say.

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"kathryn garcia" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"kathryn garcia" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"All of this was prompted by the problems of last winter, you know, when they say some people went days without any heat in their apartments. Well, a new strategy also includes improving resident communication where people can go to a portal and say, yes, the repair is working or not only. No, you all need. To come back. The initial focuses on some eighty seven thousand residents now among four hundred thousand total who had chronic heating issues last year, head of the city sanitation department will now oversee a new initiative to clean up lead in the Big Apple Kathryn Garcia will add to her duties the role of senior adviser for citywide lead prevention made it Blasi announced that today as well saying MS Garcia will start next week that move coming months after reports that hundreds of kids living in public housing were found to have elevated levels of lead in their system. Jill report to the mayor at coordinating with agencies already working on lead mitigation programs and develop a citywide plan to prevent and respond to lead poisoning also work with families educate them about potential lead sources and boosting tau testing Garcia plans to release a status report on all of this within three months wins. News time six twenty five. Also tonight cops have one teenager in custody. This after a report that to kids sold up at school today allegedly packing. Eat in their backpacks. Cops rushed up to the school. Put it on lockdown while they search reports that a school staffer call nine one one after kid came up to him and said, hey, there's a classmate of mine up on the third floor. He's got a gun at the end of the day. No real gun was found only a fake. But there was nothing fake about the nerves and the panic it caused among parents whou on your in calling in Hamilton heights tonight. It was a.

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"kathryn garcia" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"kathryn garcia" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"What's up what's up welcoming and you're listening to espn one thousand the espn app jonathan hood with you on a wednesday night with open phone lines at three one two three three two espn three two three seven seven six is the telephone number hit me up on instagram i g j hood also on snapchat snapchat hoodie you follow me on snapchat i will follow you back guaranteed if we keep your company here until ten o'clock coming up in a matter of moments from jesse rogers who covers the cubs espn dot com cubs and the pirates about to hook it up over at the friendly confines also we'll talk about cam meredith someone i worked a lot with during one of the bears regular seasons no longer with the bears we'll talk about the bears and can't get kind of get into what defines success for the bears upcoming season williams that coming up also we'll hear from cats are first time on the program kathryn garcia covers the white sox for the chicago suntimes get her thoughts about the socks finally coming through lake coming through oh my goodness like pulling teeth with this ball club but they actually are able to beat the rays we'll talk about the socks coming up at eight ten with cat garcia tales from the hood stories of sports entertainment everything else in between our peoples buzz the final regularseason game finally the regular season is over for the bulls and we will hear from chris black who loves the troubles fans and see red nation we'll hear from chris black from for the best in one thousand his thoughts about the bulls regular season and we'll take your phone calls for those are gonna be leaving the uc for the last time for the regular season we'll get your calls in about bulls basketball this should be interesting at nine thirty wants to bulls are done with the.

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