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"landesman" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"landesman" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Langevin being criticized by Providence Bishop Thomas Tobin Landesman says he's changed his position on reproductive rights will now support legislation to codify the right to an abortion under federal law. Tobin calls it a pathetic excuse when Catholic politicians Say they personally oppose abortion but then support it. Bishop says practicing Catholics don't promote abortion, which he says the church teaches is an abominable crime. No new findings of West Nile virus and Rhode Island based on mosquitoes trapped statewide in late August. To date, there have been no human cases in Rhode Island for human cases have been reported in Massachusetts, and today, a third case was reported in Connecticut Italian American Club and warned could lose its liquor license. The scene of a deadly shooting last week that result in the death of the town's assistant fire chief Brian Remi and his alleged assailant. Club officials have been asked to appear for a hearing in next Tuesday night's town Council meeting. Sports Red Sox play the White Sox tonight and Red Sox pitching ace Chris Sale going to miss at least his next start after pet testing positive Four Coronavirus Get News 24 7 on demand at news radio ri dot com Evacuations halted. I'm Lisa Sarah Fox News Flights out of two bases carrying US bound, Evacuate, suspended for now, after cases of measles found among Afghan evacuees arriving in the U. S. Individuals are being quarantined in accordance with public health guidelines. And the CDC has begun full contact tracing White House press secretary Jen Psaki, who says arriving Afghans are required to be vaccinated against measles, customs and border protection, made the decision to halt the flights from Germany and Qatar on the advice of the CDC. The U. S has been screening evacuates at those locations. The White House Cove Response task force. Defending President Biden's plan to get millions of private sector workers vaccinated..

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"landesman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"landesman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"So the remedy is you guys are trying to work with these tenants to get them in affordable housing because you guys own affordable housing elsewhere in the city. Greg did say yesterday that even still, though the rents that they're charging is in anywhere near what they're paying is that on the fault of you guys or is that the shortcomings of maybe the previous owner? Of course not. Business market. The market drives the correct way. Yeah, I mean, you know, if you ready $500 unit for $2000, it's going to stay vacant. You know, if you had a $2000 unit for $500, you're going to go out of business. I mean, that's just silliness coming from him. The market dictates all right. My wife, who is one of the most successful realtors in the state, now through our own hard work and smart Uh, and through no, no help for myself. She should tell. He's like she'll deal with clients all the time. So I think my house is worth this much. While the market value says your house is worth I don't $300,000 but because it's special. You raised your family there. You did your improvements. You did respect. You think the house is worth that in all, $400,000 said, Listen, you may think that in your head but the market ultimately it dictates what the prices and no one is going to pay $100,000 more for house because you think it's special. The reality is The market bears fruit, The market decides what the value is not the individual and if that's true and a $700,000. How's it certainly is true when it comes to a company comes in and buys up housing stock that is in not good shape, makes massive improvements to it to lift it up to the standards of the new neighborhood that's been developed at the behest of the city and three C. D. C. And then when they charge market rate, they're looked at as the villain. What am I missing here? Right? Exactly. And you know what we said that this will be on has the effect of raising value where they moved and where they open up residential houses. There's I've provided you, Uh, you know, we vision beyond as an excellent relationship with the police. They comply with the laws they support the police and the police. Have supported them. They acknowledged that they do everything in their power to make sure they're dealing with drugs dealing with crime dealing with, you know, adverse neighborhood conditions. In a way with the city should support And that's another thing that Mr Williamson didn't that. Well, I mean, you know if you're a company like vision and beyond whatever you're going to deal, there's tenant complaints right in Um, if you have a problem, tenant, um how How are you? How are they working with Paul? I think that's a good indicator, right? I mean, there are some note landlords and this notorious or some out there that don't care who the hell's running their place. Let him run the street. Let them do whatever they want to do, Um, from my understanding that your client's vision and beyond the work with the police to try and make sure that their tenants Are doing what they should be doing. Right, so they were. They were buildings that were unoccupied that are being renovated that people were breaking into. You know, there were people that were using housing for drug transactions, and when we get when visiting beyond got complaints about it, they addressed it quickly. And that's that was the So what I said, too, about the lieutenant from District four who was saying what a good corporate citizen they are and how they're accessible and engaged with With the police and making sure the communities you know, eliminate those sort of problems. Well again. I look at this and go. OK, Ultimately, it's the city. They want to make improvements. And then when you make improvements and people move in, and the cost of living goes up everything else you're looked at as bad corporate citizens because you're not given enough notice. And how dare you charge market rate in anyone who's got any common sense looks at and goes. Why would I want to do business in the city of Cincinnati? If on one hand they want to do all this expanded and it's beautiful downtown, right? Downtown is thriving. This exploding it. It's one of the top. Cities now in the country, destination wise and for people who want to move and relocate could cost living despite you know what may be happening in places like smell. We'll get to that in a second, but nonetheless if I made business if I'm a developer, why would I want to do business with the city of Cincinnati? If by their own rules I made a look to be the bad guy. Right. That's exactly right. And that's what's happening here on the one hand e. You know when it was when he came to the office and met with them. It was cordial. It was polite. And it was every day and were very nice. And everybody left that meeting with the sense that Greg Landesman approved of the job that they were doing and then to see how he turned on him and put that letter on Twitter on W Vieques. You and his comments on your show yesterday. It's just night and day between the way he Comported himself during that meeting versus what he did yesterday on your show and what he wrote in that letter. Well, I'm just a little guy. I don't own 100 properties not quite close down even close to that. I'll tell you what from those I talked to on as I I'd be hard pressed to want to do business in the city, Cincinnati for reasons many reasons, but this this one of the reasons is because you don't know what you're going to get. You could be walking into a political land mine. I don't want to do that. I just want to, you know, take the money that we've been able to save. Maybe buy a house or two when the markets right for it? Not certainly not now. It's way too damn high. Um, but but, you know, added the community, re, uh, replenish the housing stock, do some remodeling and make some money so hopefully someday I can retire sooner rather than later. But I don't want to get a look at it this way. I don't want to get in bed with a crazy girlfriend. You know what I'm saying? Of course, of course. Fortunately, you know, not everyone on council is still brazen about it. You know, there's plenty of council people that are Have, you know, recognize the reality the grown up version of what's actually going on here. My fear is the city of Cincinnati is moving this in this direction. This is true when it comes to the issue of policing, which I'll get to in a second, but also if you're real estate, and that is we've got two entities that are butting heads with each other. The government is getting in the way of government. And causing more of the problems. That's true when it comes to policing. You know, we had the shootings. Okay? Should we crack down? No, We can't do that. Because of the optics of that. We may be harassing people and doing a stop and frisk and that's going to look badly. Okay, well, then you get shootings. It's male park. There's the trade off. In this case, the trade up there. There's a trade off with real estate to Zach. I got to go. I appreciate the times that Goetzman attorney representing, um, vision and beyond You heard Greg Lanzmann yesterday. Now the other side of the story escalate. Paul Harvey would say thanks again for the time, but he'd be well. Thank you, Chuck. Be what? Let me do this. Let me get a quick break in. We got news on the way people talk about this. I also want to update you to on these shootings it smell. We have some new information to share. It's on the way with Sloane E on 700 wlw. Mr..

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"landesman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"landesman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"But there is still a huge behavioral health issue with young people all over the country and in in the city of Cincinnati and making sure that we're organized and giving kids getting them what they need, right. Is clearly a big big priority has to be moving forward because you can help kids. I mean, this is a big passion of my kids. Who have all kinds of horrific things that have happened to them trauma that they're dealing with. They act out. You know, really intensive, solid, caring behavioral health support will change the way they interact, but I'm fine with that. But there's got to be consequences when they misbehave. Yeah, There's consequences. But if it's just consequences, you're not actually helping to get that kid to a different better place. Consequences followed by real support is what we need. And so yeah, so I will say that there are There are some schools in the region that are exceptionally strong in terms of academics and other things, and when you dig a little deeper they are they're doing really coordinated, substantial behavioral support two kids who are struggling so that the kid is no longer struggling and all of a sudden doing better in school. That is at the heart of some of these schools where kids are really struggling doing well, is that they really invest in behavioral health. Fair enough. Councilman Greg Landesman is on the show talking about the shootings, but also reason that John Greg is this longtime residents. There's an asshole department building on court Street downtown, and they're being forced out because of redevelopment, and he took this cause up. The company doing the evicting here is vision and beyond capital their local outfit they bought the building. They want to renovate it. Convict converted to mixed use with 24 apartment six first floor retail fronts, I believe And the residents are angry because they've lived there for a long time..

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"landesman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"landesman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"So what can be done about that? But the reason he's coming on to is obvious saw about this, but they're redeveloping Court Street Court streets. Beautiful got the new Kroger buildings there. It's lovely, a number of people being forced out because of redevelopment. And he is fighting for them. Because you think it's unfair that someone who's paying $500 a month when the average rent in that neighborhood 1,500,000 month, some housing patently unfair and I'll ask Greg Landesman straight up is Government helped create this eviction, and now that you got what you want, and that's a redevelopment of protected an area in Cincinnati Court Street. This is the end results of the efforts of government to try and redevelop an area. You can't be mad that that people are getting evicted for only paying $500 a month rent when the government when the city of Cincinnati one council Had a hand and creating this problem. We'll get to that right after news on 700 wlw Cincinnati News, Traffic and Weather News Radio's 700. W L elegance. Cincinnati Looking for solutions with the 11 o'clock report. Rick you Chino. Breaking down 16 year olds 15 year olds should be able to Come to the part on a given evening a holiday weekend. And not have to be subject to gunfire. Cincinnati's police chief says it is going to take the whole community coming together to find the solutions necessary. Eliot Isaac says officers alone cannot solve the gun violence issues that led to two teens killing each other and smell park on the Fourth of July. Three others were hit in the crossfire, leaving a 17 year old girl with life threatening injuries. Hamilton County prosecutor says the string of violence recently is unacceptable and it's time to sort out the root causes. Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters in a statement Monday said the shooting that smell part two left two young men dead and three innocent teen bystanders injured Sunday night is unacceptable, adding that quote at some point society needs to discuss the true issues At the root of this behavior. People may foolishly blamed the weapon, but the fact of the matter is for too long now. Society has excuse. Bad behavior perpetrated by bad people deter says no more excuses as people must be held accountable for their choices and as a community, he says. We must stand together and say Enough is enough leaders, adding that parents must parent their Children and the community must speak up. I'm Sean Gallagher news radio 700 WLW Now the latest traffic and weather together from the use the help translate center You see, Hope is the region's leader in cancer and Neurosciences care. This is science and in science lives. Hope not bound 70 five's over a 12 minute delay to come into downtown. Thanks to the work on the brand, Spence add five south around 75 to make it into northern Kentucky. Brake lights start near Ezzard Charles. Also the heaviest, It's been all morning. Long gone, he spent 2 75 between the double and 4 71, especially the left Lane west to 75. I'm seeing some slow traffic thanks to a work crew just before the Carol Cropper Bridge and.

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"landesman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"landesman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"In Memorial Day. We've got lots going on relative that's talking about our nation's venture hour from now, Kevin Long's on a actual living. You see lives right here in the tri state. I believe in Amelia and is a member of the old guard. The old guard are the tomb soldiers that literally Walked the mat in front of the tomb of the Unknown soldiers. He's retired and lives here. We'll talk about that at 10 06, and then we'll get into the funnier stuff After 11 o'clock with the meat and potatoes are with butcher, Betty and Steve Raichlen from PBS talking meat and potatoes while vegetables anyway, respectively, in how to cook all that stuff on the grill, so you don't screw up. You're a memorial weekend cookout. Anyway, we start with this a little bit about leftover business from the other day now, just yesterday on the show I had Councilman Steve Good non and Steve. Good in, of course, was one of two who abstained Chris middlemen being the other one in reasons to suspend Wendell Young and of course, when you're young is charged them serious offenses in the dilation attacks and a gang of five texting scandal. And issued to was on the ballot issue wanted to that would give City Council more power to remove individuals like Wendell Young, so they don't sit there and be a distraction on by, think that's a fair thing, and voters overwhelmingly supported That, like 75% of voters said, Yeah, We need more authority for City Council members to pull others off when their charges some serious offenses, And there's been a rash of that. Certainly over the last couple of years Anyway, he was on yesterday. Making his case is to why he No vote against it. In case you missed it. Here he is yesterday morning on the show on 700 wlw. Look, I couldn't vote for this thing in good conscience. And, frankly, with all due respect to council members, sentiment, I think she got played by these guys. There was already a process in place up in the high Supreme Court to suspend him. He could have simply resigned if he wanted to resign If he has a defense to these charges, But you keep saying, and frankly, I think he might. Um, then he could present that up to the higher Supreme Court. We're not a court. This issue to is, I view it. It's got two problems. One. It's number one really just supposed to be used and situations is I read it when there's like, true quid pro quo corruption people selling their votes for you to developers and things like what we've seen not for stuff like this. Number two The person who gets to make the appointment. In this case, you mark you shouldn't be allowed to vote because they've got an interest in the outcome. I mean, an absolute interest in the outcome. They get all the power at the end of it, so The way this was presented the way this was shut up in the fact that Landesman and she'll Baku, we're both members of the Gang of Five wanted to be, you know, to basically vote control the whole process. I just could not in good conscience go along with it. I think the vice mayor hopefully came to the same conclusion. It was. It was a sham. It was a sham. Betsy Sentiment Council person who proposed wrote in Got Issue two on the ballot and subsequently passed by Three quarters of the of the voters of Cincinnati's on the show this morning and counsel person's son Herman, How are you this morning? That good with you? You okay? Yeah, I'm fine. I'm fine. Want to clear some stuff? Here we go. All right. So he, Steve Good. Your colleague on the same side of the same side of the field is yours on the first base dugout. Did you get played? No, I did not get played. So I'm not be for a long time. We used to be prosecutors together. I mean, we're both lawyers. We run into each other in the world of politics in court all the time. So I was very surprised to hear what he said on the radio about me yesterday and about my Charter amendment, So I just want to clear some stuff up. If it's okay, um First of all, so you just listen to the recording of what he said s o. I don't have to read all of that. But when I got out of that, um He said Designee should not be able to vote on suspension, which is all of our designees are always going to be the people who vote on the suspension. So he said, that wasn't well thought out. There's already another process through the state and court. Um what? What's what's wrong with that? That playing out as a lawyer as a former judge, Um what's what's okay. What's wrong with letting that plant the Supreme Court? Let the court or not the civil or the Ethics Commission? Hell, because both are investigating whether right Yes, so well. The problem with that is that the budget is coming up this month, and I don't want an indicted person voting on hundreds of millions of dollars. So I listened to the city cable. We have everything recorded all of our committees and all of our council meeting. I went back and listened to the committee, um, where we voted to put this on the ballot. And here's what Mr Goode and said. I want to thank council members sentiment for bringing this forward. Particularly. I want to call attention to the fact that she worked with the solicitor's office, worked with other council members and engaged in an iterative process and made these proposed amendments better by listening and accepting suggestions. Um, he said, I think counsels no different than a lot of private businesses where individuals are suspended due to allegations of serious misconduct, which could impact their ability to do their job. While investigation is ongoing. I intend to vote for this. And looking at this is a lawyer. These charts these changes to the charter generally makes sense and will help in terms of public trust. Thank you for your hard work on this. That's very different than what he said on your show yesterday where he didn't like it. He thought it was weak. He doesn't think we should use it. He also said the way he read it. It only applies to quid pro quo, corruption and bribery. There's nothing in it about that. It's so simple. It just says If you're indicted with a felony involving your job on council, we can vote to suspend you. I thought the one I thought that's it. Yeah, That's pretty clear about the sentiment on the show this morning on 700 Wlw council person going back at what Steve Good and said yesterday on my show relative to his decision to abstain from voting for the suspension of Wendell Young because he's facing charges If you are just tuning in to the show and not knowing any of this, there's no way you can understand what's happening right now because it Z..

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"landesman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"landesman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Ah, lot of this. A lot of our problems stem back to the secret meetings they held by text. I think that's when the public trust Again to a road. Then you had these out now criminal actions that occurred from from the three others. It's you know, it's it's a complicated mess. I wish it were a simple saying We passed issue, too, And it's done that. I mean, that's just the beginning of the conversation. As far as I'm concerned, yes, Seelbach is termed out. I wonder what he's going to do with it. What the next move is, But, you know, I mean, he's now tied to the gang of five. But that in itself, I don't think is a death sentence politically, But what might be is the fact that The other four are individuals who are either like Wendell Young, who's facing some pretty serious accusations, But we know the other the remaining three then of either pleaded guilty or in the process of order or fighting it on different charges that ties him to that corruption forever. Look, you know, I mean, in a way it does. I mean, I mean, that's gonna be ultimately to the voters to decide. I mean, you know, the guy's got his own his own agenda and his own point of view. I just think you know, I'm more hopeful than not. I also saw the voters a cross section of voters. Democratic Republican, you know, reject the very progressive that I thought. Crazy issue three. So I think the voters have a lot more common sense and they're really paying a lot more attention to this. And people think you know, I knew abstaining, you know was going to be unpopular in some quarters. The easy thing to do would have just been to say, you know, window. Go on your way. Here's your paycheck of what have you But we're also trying to look out for the You know, for the taxpayers here, So I mean, the idea of paying. You know, At this point, we would have been paying 12 council members instead of the nine that was supposed to have because of all these suspensions and all this other nonsense and like, Look, if you've got a defense one will go up there and make it to record. I hope he does. Frankly, I see Always. He was always very nice to me. I don't agree with him very much, but yeah, but let him, you know, let him make you gotta make a change. He absolutely deserves his day in court. I mean, he was part of the legal system, a zoo cop for a long time and That's how the system works. Unfortunately, though, we see the laws and applied fairly these days, too, because you know if there's a witch on over a certain person, they don't get their day in court. And that's that's sad. Wendell should as everyone should, regardless of what they're charged with. Council person, Steve Good not to show this morning on 700 wlw. He and Vice mayor Chris Smith him and abstained yesterday. Um Wendell Young not allowed to vote in this, of course, dealing with the suspension that's looming for him, who's facing felony charges tampering with records? Destroying text messages about city business in the gang of five. You know, you made the political case here. This is what you know, cell block and then appoint his successor. But it was split along party lines. I mean, Yeah. You had Landesman and Seelbach and man and I think you're any That voted for this ain't a great we get to a point of saying, But so did Betsy Center man who is upset that this is a shock that this thing didn't go yesterday, as well as new member list. Keating, so wasn't really along party lines as much. No, it really wasn't And you know, that's funny. That's one of the things that folks keep talking about. Well, you got this new 54 majority and you're gonna ran through all these conservative things, And that's really not the case. I mean, everyone on this council is pretty independent minded and looks at things in a very different way and I mean, look, you know, I mean, look, the vice mayor and I are veterans of the Gang of Five battle You might recall they shoot him and tried to make him the gang of six. You know, And I defended him. In that case before I was on City Council, as a lawyer is happy, too proud to have done it. It was they shoot him literally while his wife was on her deathbed. It was a terrible thing. S so you know our perspective on it to be different and I can't speak for him. But I did not want to legitimize what I thought was an incredibly illegitimate process That's probably gonna result in litigation. I thought it was very obvious that Landesman and certainly feel back at it. As a as the doesn't mean he had a conflict in the vote shouldn't have been voting on it. It was something that wasn't thought through. But the lawyers or whoever wrote issue to Andre. In fact, I just didn't think it was the right thing to do. And there are other avenues to remove Wendell. There was already a process going up in Columbus and the highest Supreme Court where I think it will be a much more fair and well, in literally a more judicious process. That's three retired judges who were going to get sit and listen to his case and see if if you should be suspended. Yeah, I mean, your Supreme Court of the Ohio Ethics Commission. You have all sorts of vehicles for for something along this line what he do or die. Endures accused of and we still have that you know, coming out legally speaking to us Well lot along with his fate is going to be when this whole issue's decided whether or not he deliberately and intentionally destroyed evidence. What Right have, I think issue to really the way I read. It was if you get a.

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"landesman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"landesman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Breath you take. Every move is the latest weather forecast from news radio 700 wll go. It's cold. Again. Temperatures drop to the mid to upper thirties this morning. We'll see a mostly sunny sky, though during the day we'll warm a little more back to around 63. But tonight under clear and clear conditions, northeast winds will drop the 39 degrees and again tomorrow mostly sunny conditions are back. Your eye improves slightly to 66 from your severe weather station. I'm nine first warning. Meteorologist Jennifer Catch Mark News Radio 700 wlw 43 degrees right now Radar's clear. Next update at 7 30. Brian Copes NewsRadio seven Over WLW Now Here's your Chance to win. $1000 Just enter this nationwide keyword on our website budget. That's budget into it. Now. One call that's all serval 513771 55 84 708 700 wlw. Says. Here's got Sloan is in at 906 talking to Greg Landesman. On Greg Landesman. The things Council version. Greg Landsman joined Solonius nine Oh, six to tackle the world. Along the East Coast. We haven't got 1000 gas stations that air Orwell's 1000 as of Last evening, So it's probably above that now running out of gas all over the place, but mainly because.

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"landesman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"landesman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"For your Saturday cloudy snow arrives during the late afternoon. We'll see high of 40 on the day we'll see accumulating snowfall Saturday night into Sunday morning. It is 25 degrees right now, we got a lot to do. First thing I gotta do is get this code back this past President Joe Biden calling on lawmakers to approve the massive Covad relief bill that he has proposed Many Republicans like Ohio's Rob Portman, though, are worried about the nearly $2 trillion price tag. He tells CNN BC that the Bite administration does not seem very interested, though in compromising over what is in the stimulus plan. I was really glad to see the president's speech at the inaugural, saying he wanted to work across the aisle and break through some of the partisan gridlock that has gripped this this town. But the way they're handling covered 19 is contradictory to that because they sent up a big package. 1.9 trillion Only several weeks after we passed a $900 billion package, which was the second biggest appropriation ever in history. The Congress one portion of Biden's That stimulus package does include $1400 individual payments to most Americans. Negotiations are ongoing. One that Cincinnati City councilman is seeking hazard pay for people who have served as low wage frontline workers during the pandemic. Greg Landsman filed a motion yesterday to get those people no less than $1000 in compensation from the city. Landesman says that frontline workers have put their own health and safety at risk. A Cincinnati city salt truck driver, meantime, finds himself And the Hamilton County Jail this morning after leading officers on a chase last night to reading police officers say the pursuit started after they were nearly run down by a Cincinnati salt truck driver traveling at a high rate of speed. Case. Whatever reading road, 75 the lateral Before Omar Armstrong was finally apprehended. Officers in pursuit. Say several times During the chase. He engaged assault spreader and pelted their cruisers was salt attempted to get away. He is now charged with recklessly attempting to cause harm to the two police officers. That's a felony charge. Armstrong was working for the city of Cincinnati, even though he has a lengthy criminal record that includes over 30 traffic charges in Hamilton County, including a conviction for driving on a suspended license counsel Greg Landsman says he doesn't know how someone like that will be allowed behind the wheel of a city truck. Very important question. That will get the answers. I'm Brian Copes news radio 70. They'll be out there with you on Wall Street Right now. The Dow down 278 points. NASDAQ's lost 82 while the S and P has dropped 30. Our next update at 11 30 Rick you Chino news radio 700 wlw. It may not be Tuesday,.

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"landesman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"landesman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Raleigh News Radio 700 WLW. Radar's clear 40 degrees is our temperature and Cincinnati Erlanger police looking for a small passenger car wanted for opening fire on a vehicle carrying a family. Nice 75 last night. Police say the driver of the family vehicle had cut in front of the car. The driver of the car opened fire with a shotgun. President Trump pulling troops out of Iraq and Afghanistan. The national security advisor says the president has wanted to end forever wars during his tenure. And now with these latest cuts there will be on Lee 2500 troops stationed in each of the two countries by the middle of January. Cincinnati City Councilman Greg Landsman wants Ethics reform after federal charges against two colleagues the latest a week ago today when the feds announced corruption charges against Councilman Jeff Pastor, Landesman was involved in the gang of five texting scandal and he says that makes it even more important for him. To help restore public trust alone won't do it, but I think the fact that it's comprehensive will help us. You know as we work. Together. We're gonna have to do this together to restore public trust Councilman Greg Landsman Talking with Scott Sloan this morning on 700 wlw. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is happy about aggressive efforts his company took to prevent foreign election interference in this year's elections with largest election integrity effort. Any private company in recent times. This is what people expect of us and I'm glad that from what we've seen so far, our systems performed well. Zuckerberg testifying before a Senate committee today, Wall Street the Dow down 1 67, NASDAQ Down 25 S and P 500 was down 17. Here's a segue man. He was radio 700 wlw sports in college basketball knew. Xavier University has announced that the men's and women's basketball seasons will begin with a maximum of 300 fans in attendance for home games at the Santa.

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"landesman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"landesman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Years of your weather station. I'm nine first warning. Meteorologist Jennifer Catch Mark News Radio 700 wlw 45 degrees Right now Governor Mike DeWine has issued his revised health order to limit mass gatherings. Hoping to help stem the tide of rising covert 19 cases, The governor says starting tomorrow, no socializing, dancing or other activities and open congregate areas will be allowed at weddings or funerals. Also, guests at these events will have to be seated at all times and masks must be worn unless you are eating or drinking. Speaking of food buffets not allowed under this order, all food and drinks must be served to a guest at their table. Some good news, though traditional wedding events like toasts, cutting the cake and the first dance between newlyweds. Those are are still Permitted, calling for change on Cincinnati City Council following the federal indictments of two city Council members this year and more corruption at the state level trying to clean up the Queen City and possibly Columbus in Washington. Down the line Councilman Greg Landsman is calling for a city ethics commission. Ah, chief ethics and good government officer, campaign finance reform and more. It's all in response to a variety of high profile public corruption scandals. Have resulted in federal charges being filed against two different Cincinnati City Council members. The former Ohio State House speaker and others all apparently separate criminal cases. Landesman says campaign finance reform may call for a Charter amendment locally, He also wants new an ongoing ethics training. Jack Crumley news radio 700 wlw. Meantime, Councilman Jeff Pastor's attorney last week, says his client is not made a decision one way or the other about whether he will step down following his arrest. Meantime, the FBI this morning scene at the home of Public Utilities Commission of Ohio Chairman Sam Randazzo, a bureau spokesperson, telling the Enquirer they were acting on a sealed federal search warrant. On Wall Street. The Dow up 443 points Nasteex game 75 while the S and P has picked up 38 hour. Next updated 12 Rick you Chino news radio 700 wlw. When people asked us what kind of dog Maverick was, we were always stumped. Now we know thanks to embarks, Dogged, noticed. He's a golden retriever mixed with Siberian husky. We also got his health results and shared them with our vet embark is the highest rated dogged Natexis and a must have for any pet parent. You can test for 350 breeds.

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"landesman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"landesman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Debate begins at eight o'clock, trump and bite and take the stage at nine. Tonight's moderators. Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace. Now the latest traffic and weather together and right now, taking a look at the major interstates and highways here in the tri state. We are seeing no reports of any new accidents. But An accident reported US 27 Days past Kentucky Drive in Newport, now the latest forecast from the advanced Dentistry Weather Center from social distancing and pre screening patients toe appropriate pp. Our focus remains on safety. Learn more at no fear, dentist dot com slash patient safety guys, we're clearing late. I've got a temperature dropping to 46. Coming up for our Wednesday. I've got mostly sunny skies early and my high of 69, but we'll see some clouds in the afternoon, bringing us to partly to mostly cloudy at night and we're down to 46 degrees from your severe weather Station of nine. First warning. Chief meteorologist Steve Rawling News Radio 700 w well double radar right now showing a line of showers and storms moving across the tri state as far north as Middletown, all the way South Into the independents area in northern Kentucky. And around that we're seeing rain showers more widespread in northern Kentucky but also extending back up into other parts of Hamilton County. Even in the butler County, Our current temperature is 56 degrees. There are some new information about the city's gang of five. The five members of Cincinnati City Council under investigation for violating the state Sunshine Law will not be facing dereliction of duty charge is the special prosecutor who has been looking into the gang of five texting scandal says there is not enough evidence to support that dereliction charge, but he would not rule out some other type of charge in the future. PG Sittenfeld, Chris Seelbach, Wendell Young, Greg Landesman and former council.

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"landesman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"landesman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Dog negotiations on a covert 19 relieved bill appeared to have gotten new steam since unveiling the $2.2 trillion relieved bill on Monday. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi going over provisions of the updated Heroes Act with the Treasury secretary. Multiple times. The slim down covert relief measure includes a new round of $600 a week and jobless benefit and 1200 direct payments to most Americans. Though the bill is $1.2 trillion, less than a previously proposed measure, it's still well above with Senate Republicans have indicated they will accept faith. Booby. ABC NEWS Washington Kentucky's attorney general Daniel Cameron, will release the transcripts of the grand jury presentation for that Briana Taylor case decided last week is Office says it will comply with the judge's order to do that. That information set to be made public tomorrow. One of the members of the grand jury filed a motion in Jefferson County to release all records. And we know of at least one criminal charge that members of Cincinnati City Council will not be facing The five members of Cincinnati City Council under investigation for violating the state Sunshine Law will not be facing dereliction of duty charge is Special prosecutor who has been looking into the gang of five texting scandal, says there is not enough evidence to support that dereliction charge, but he would not rule out some other type of charge in the future. P G. Sittenfeld, Chris Seelbach, Wendell Young, Greg Landesman and former council member to Maya Denard have admitted to conducting business outside of their regular meetings, which did cost the city over $100,000. In a civil case. Rick you Chino News radio 700 wlw on Wall Street Right now the Dow is down. 96 points the NASDAQ Down seven the S and P Down nine. I'm Jack Crumley. Our next update at 2 30. Breaking news any time news radio 700 wlw you your afternoon is pretty full right Well, say hello to New Nature Valley Pack sustained energy bars with hardworking ingredients You can feel good about you'll be able to carry on breathing through your.

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"landesman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:16 min | 2 years ago

"landesman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"A week from tomorrow. So there you go. Scott Sloan show this is 700 wlw 700 wlw Sloan here. 700 wlw Beautiful day to get out of Dodge If you're doing that long Holiday weekend ahead Seems like which is that the long hard we can open summer Now the closing sign is up and I say, I say, defund winter. We need to shut winter up is what we need to dio. I was kind of looking at my head going. Okay? How about this? You know how we delayed the start of summer if we just went in Made summer Go, too. So we delay fall so summer should continue until Halloween and at which point Then once it's Halloween, it becomes officially fall. And then fall guy and I know there's Christmas and their fall would go through Christmas or having Christmas and fall. That's fine. These are these are strange times in the kingdom on and then up until the Super Bowl, which is early February believe this year. Our next year. I guess I should say that's fall. So as soon as football's done falls over the Super Bowl is on. Maybe even the start of the play offs. I'll give you that somewhere in that range. I'm very flexible with this. On DH, then that's when winter begins. So by the end of football when football's over all the way until spring training, you know what about opening day? Let's go April So you guys feel like the winner? You've got February March party. That's it, And then we're back on. We're back on pace for next year. And my Why don't we just do that? Why don't we use defund winner? Very few, But now I'm kind of a freak. I like snow. But I get it. I would rather be out golfing, I think and the older you get, it's like mad like why old people moved to Florida. Is just why don't we just shrink winter number dollars winner? You make that smaller and you just delay summer? It's this is this isn't hard stuff, folks, folks at the top of make these decisions. I think Congress that's the calendar. This's up that we can all get behind these highly highly divided times, speaking to the Trump rally that's going to be around to 75 next weekend. Coming up at 10 06 right after news update on 700 WLW Council person, Greg Landesman will join me on the show. Talk about a couple things. One of all is the spike in gun violence. And if he thinks the solution there is opening the bars, too a little bit later on, But the big thing I want to get in with Greg is he co authored this And it's a plan to end food, deserts in Cincinnati or at the very least and won an Avondale. Okay, they just authorizes spending of $500,000 to subsidize new grocery store in Avondale. Avondale has not had a grocery store there in a long time, and we have the issue of food, deserts and people not eating properly and nutrition begins at home, and therefore we need a grocery store. Quick quiz. Why did the store at believe Eliza All D close some 10 years ago in Avondale? Because they were getting robbed blind. That's why because the shrinkage would such and we saw this with the young lady again and tasted Kroger. It's very difficulty in areas and some urban areas to have a grocery store that's profitable. The program. Vine screen. Notoriously was been losing the only Kroger to lose money in the chain since they put the thing in the place, and they just say, what's our backyard? We gotta have it. It's optics and Go do that. So if you can't sustain a profit, why open a store now it I know And it's horrible for the neighbors there, but something else that will point out counsel just did this not too long ago. The Jubilee market in Westwood. I'm gonna ask him about that jubilee market in 2015, The owner of the property bought the location for $130,000.2 years later, the city says We want to buy you out. Does it say it's an eyesore is blighted. You have criminal activity outside. It's a It's a convenience store. That is a essentially a staging gray area for criminal activity. So I want to shut it down. Put fresh fruit in there fresh groceries, all that stuff that the neighbors demand all these neighbors demanded, and we're going to grow it in vacant lots around the area, And so we're gonna have people harvest the food, bring it and sell it at cost. And everyone's going to be happy. What happened? Two years later, after they pay double $260,000 and by the way, another three grand in federal money for the tea plant the crops, which sounds like a great idea. They then gave them a lot to holding. They turned the whole operation over. Charity has zero experience in running a business and within a year, no one bought all the fresh fruit and produce that the residents demanded. And the gardens became overgrown with weeds. They got $120,000 of nuisance finds in a long story short is after year it failed. Then the city had to buy the property for 20 grand that they caved to them. And the tax payers out $350,000. There's a sound of good idea, and yet we did that. We did. Mahogany is we did well and we just weird. We're gonna have another $500,000 out and do it all over again. Make any sense to you. Greg Landsman Answer coming up right after news 700 Sloan here 700 wlw Beautiful day to get out of dodge. You're doing that long. Holiday weekend ahead Seems like which is that the long hard we can open summer Now the closing sign is up and I say, I say, defund winter. We need to shorten winner up is what we need to dio. I was kind of looking at my head going. Okay? How about this? You know how we delayed the start of summer if we just went in Made summer Go, too. So we delay fall so summer should continue until Halloween. And at which point then once it's Halloween, it becomes officially fall. And then fall go, and I know there's Christmas and their fall would go through Christmas or having Christmas and fall. That's fine. The's a strange times in the kingdom on and then up until the Super Bowl, which is early February, believe this year. Our next year. I guess I should say that's fall. So as soon as football's done falls over in Super Bowls on Maybe even the start of the play offs. I'll give you that somewhere in that range. I'm very flexible with this. And then that's when winter begins. So by the end of football when football's over all the way until spring training, you know what? How about opening day?.

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"landesman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:59 min | 2 years ago

"landesman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Baseball kicks off about 45 today, a double dip on the land of the Buccaneers, not Tampa. Pittsburgh Reds need to get off the schneid start winning some start playing from winning baseball. But until then, the other night I saw Charles Tassel, whose director of government affairs for Apartment owners, and he kind of laid out specifically the difficulties whenever. Ah, you have AH, government intervention in what landlords, Khun doing what tenants have to do, Charles Tassel. Welcome. I think for the 2nd and 3rd time to the Bill Cunningham Show and Charlie, How are you? Very good. How are you doing? Don't get a new Ah ona couple apartment buildings, and you also represent a large group of apartment owners. And you kind of laid out what occurs when government intervenes in the marketplace and tells individuals that don't have to pay rent for September, October November, December, explained the problems from a landlord perspective. No, it's actually it's multiple levels of that. There's problems because what happens is honestly let me just tell you we back up before we get to where we're at. Now, if you look back to April, May and June And April May we actually had better rent receiving rates that we did in 2019. Not like there's a huge huge addiction crisis or anything like that. But thanks to talk about that, But there wasn't one that even during the midst of a crisis, okay? People start going backto work. June July, We're still same rate 2019. So people are still paying rent. We've got about 3 to 4% of people who are doing workouts. They come in and meet with a property owner the manager and say, Look, I got a problem. I mean, I lost my job I'm reduced in hours. And they're working it out. What happens if you get people go? You know what I've got? You know, I don't have to pay so I'm not going to pay And what is happening? Is this 608 $100 a month Come 1624 100. If you're in the six months we're looking at $4800. Suddenly that money we're supposedly saving for. It is all gone. Now you have a whole bunch convictions all at once. At the same time, you've got a property owner who just perspective. National Partner Association toe little research on this 39 cents of every dollar rent goes to cover a mortgage. So So let's say at about dollars, right? You have about 40 cents on the dollar to cover the mortgage, which the letter in which the landlord the apartment owner has to pay to the bank. Otherwise, they get foreclosed on and they have no credit. Then they come after him from the so that so let's break down. The numbers for Tony Bender didn't understand their 40 cents on the dollar is simply to pay the bank. I'm gonna write this down. Yep. 40 cents. Not now. 27 cents goes to cover employees. Utilities insurance, Okay. Another 14 cents. And this will interest all of all your political friends actually goes to pay the taxes taxes so that the schools open keeps the roads paved. All that's 14 cents of every dollar room, okay? Another 10 cents. Actually goes into capital repair. So when we were done the boiler hboc all that stuff and then sent the delegates that good landlord. So have a drawl down each month to put off to the side because if the expense of the roof is $25,000 or $100,000 and doesn't hit you all at once, so you take the breakdown, the dollar rent and you have a sinking fund. You put the money into So red 40 cents for the bank. 27 cents for the employees and insurance at 67. Cents, 14 cents for taxes. That would be 81 cents, and then 10 cents for capital repairs. A minimum We're up to 91 cents on the dollar now what? And that that remaining 8 to 9% is the margin of potential profit for the property and out of that 8 to 9 per cent of profit. You got to pay your personal taxes. No, You haven't run through whatever and taxes tend to be 30 or 40%. You have a 39% federal You got 2% of to the city. You got 67% in the state. So you and all that up out of the eight or 9% you pay taxes and if, say, it say it's 9% for easy figuring and got 40% in taxes as 3.6 that brings your total profit may be as low as 6.4%. Maybe. And that's that's before we start talking about. Oh, by the way. If you've got a four family and one or two people say I'm not paying. Oh, and I think with this declaration All they have to say is I tried to find something that lived. I tried to find some place to move, but I can't so you can't get rid of me. So the government has a form you your load in and you printed off and you say I make less than $100,000 a year. As a family 200. I bet everybody 99% in Cincinnati who's in apartment makes less than $100,000 a year. Each person Then they have to say that if I get out of here, I'm gonna be homeless and I have a problem. And then they give you the form. They sign it, and then you know you don't collect rent for four months. You don't quite right. And here's the thing If you do, try to collect rent, and you try to collect it wrongly, as they would say. $100,000 fine up front up to a year in jail and oh, by the way, if the person actually moves or goes out, and something actually happened to them, whether they're hit by a car or it's Kobe related. Now, just about the 200,000 and a year in jail. Wow. So the government is telling Charlie Tassel and other apartment owners in the dry state. One size fits all. There may be a crisis in New York City or Houston or Austin, Texas, But there's not one in Cincinnati except the one created by government. That's exactly it. You know, this is actually flies in the face of everything The Trump administration's been saying about Take a state by state County by county address it were hot spots are This is just nationwide cross the board ban on any non payment and as faras the ongoing eviction when those don't pay, you might have tennis lined up ready to come in if a apartment turns over There's natural expenses in the turn over the apartment, which is cleaning it and painting it correct and on maybe repairs and all that stuff, which also eats in the 66% profit of the bottom line. Yeah, And so what? Do your tenants telling you now? Well, you know this thing a lot of trying to figure out do I have to be right where I need to go with this. You've got some folks who are you know good people. They're doing what they're supposed to dio. They pay the rent or if they're working the work out there doing the work out. And there's actually help for them. If you go both the city and the county give credit locally counseling Landesman and then also Christian treehouse have helped and put five million aside from the county level. There's about 250 things just don't fit the 500,000 of rental assistance. That sponge that are out there for people to get. Yes Assistance. Average assistance has been about $1600. And a fantastic That's exactly what we should be doing, because if you look at in terms of economic policy If that first Domino of rent didn't pay doesn't get paid. All those other dominoes start to fall that we just went through the 40..

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"landesman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:49 min | 2 years ago

"landesman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"You've heard Brian on here many times. And he's on you've been on with Willie Bunch Times, too. I think I have indeed, with the great American, the Great American. Let's let's just cut right to it. I want to come back to that parks thing because I want you to bring in Sort of just that. You're independent view point of this whole thing, And I want you away on that. But before we get to that, I want to break it up a little bit. The streetcar Your favorite amusement park ride. Is reopening September the second and it's going to be free on absolute gift to everyone who Stands against government waste The streetcar being Fair free. It's certainly careless. Not free, but Fairless. Uh will, but that's a good way, boy. It will give us all an opportunity to see you know what? With numbers. You're going to be right. But we've seen you the promise of free tow for 1000 riders a day. You have dwindled down, Teo. Third of that left and Alice very well because we were charging fares and other town still church bears. So now you know that excuse is out the window. Then, when ridership continues to be anemic at best. What search he was going to be next. And and I've said for a long time. But if well, if the streetcar supporters truly one ridership to be where they crossed, there's only one solution and that they're gonna need to start paying writers to ride the streetcar. I'm like where you're going with this Some like your you literally going to see Are you really going to say You need to expand it. And of course, you're not going to say that you were going to say hey, writers to write it. In typical Bryan strive fashion. And you know, and you know they could take the unemployment benefits where we could tidy employment. There's we're going to give you these expanded in a traditional three or $400 a week, But in exchange, you have to spend an hour and 1/2 on the streetcar. Let's let's dig a little deeper here on this, Bryan and I know you like to do that. Where in the world that this whole idea of this whole plan and all of a sudden just out of the blue, not mine. I don't know if right right out of the blue, but We started here and I don't know a few months ago that Hey, they want to make this free. Where was that ever discuss? Publicly? They were going to make this fair free. Sorry. Fair free. Not free, but fair free. What? Where was that decision made and are. Are you trying to find that out? Well, I've been trying to dig into that. And it seems that this was really pushed by Bradley Thomas. The former sort of board members really was probably the most responsible for the hole. Sort of jumping into bed with a streetcar in the first place and bringing us the streetcar. He had pushed and pushed and pushed for it not found e mails from him. Teo generically one that choke on Kristina Bach and Greg Landesman, pushing for fair Free streetcar, Tio Tio gin up ridership. And They're you know, they're there really wasn't much public discussion on it until the budget when Chris Seelbach proposed to use the money for sort of bus money to pay for the streetcar, which is what's gonna happen now that the money that the taxpayers have paid It should be going to sort of the paper buses is going to go to pay for three streetcar ride. Wow! People who actually rely on actual riel public transportation. To get to work to get school to get to the doctor to get groceries are going to be paying their fair. Still, when they get on the bus, it was You behind the scenes, underhanded, despicable and rarely do things that are done behind the scenes underhanded come out to be anything other than respectable. Been stealing money from bus riders about love. Some of you could get What? What I mean What? What a slap in the face to the public to taxpayers that the whole project is anyway. But then then they go and this is going back to what was that? A 2012 vote. I believe. Where the council Voted all the Democrats on council, some of whom are still there. P g Sittenfeld, Chris Seelbach window Young all voted not to take City transit city bus transit money specifically for the bus system. And use it to operate the streetcar. Well, they just went against that. So that's the height of hypocrisy to go do that typical, typical, of course in politics. But then, too On top of in the middle of a pandemic in the middle of a budget. Where what did they and I care? I'm drawing a blank how much the city and a borrowing was. It wasn't 15 wasn't quite 50 million But in the middle, they borrow money to keep from having to keep the city going. Then these guys turn around and break a promise. And they used bus money for the streetcar and then on top of that, They make this silly thing. Ah! Which I could call it stupid because it is. It's not. It's not a person. It's an inanimate object, so, you know, call the call of the ST card silly. And they throw on top of that. I mean, That they're going to make it free. It's almost like it's rubbing salt in the wound of That you know of a real basic, what's just become a taxpayer money pit. This's power. And this is what power does. They have absolute power. They have a veto proof majority on castle. They can run it over the mayor. Any time they like. Um, And this is the outgrowth of the Gang of five. To be honest with you. I want to be honest with this with this is what she'll. Bach and Sittenfeld we're trying to do was perfect to create a super majority that they could override the mayor and she'll so sitting about is essentially the shadow mayor at this point..

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"landesman" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"landesman" Discussed on WTOP

"Mark Lewis with the top local stories we're following this hour. Montgomery County is looking at ways to reform its police department and last night, community members weighed in on a bill. As support from the county Council. The use of force bill would require the police chief to write a new policy around the use of force with certain requirements. Officers wouldn't be allowed to hit suspects who are already restraint. They'd also be required to step in if they saw another officer. Using force, Caroline Ponder spoke on behalf of the local you and ask that the bill also being all choke holds and no knock warts on checked. Police power is not an effective means to keeping the public face. Landesman, a community member, says the bill doesn't do enough to live. Conflicts from happening in the first place. Think you have to look at the problem more broadly and more comprehensively and will now go to the public Safety Committee for consideration tomorrow? Melissa how the BTO Penis. And the Montgomery County Council is also considering a plan to add a civilian. Assistant Police chief Montgomery County's police chief Marcus Jones, testified in favor of the bill that would create the position of a civilian assistant police chief chief of police will be expected to enhance community policing through their leadership focused on improving the trust between the community and the police Department, as well as focused upon evidence based policing practices, Jones testified in a Montgomery County Council. Oh, hearing. Leigh Holland, with the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge, 35 said the police union supported creating the position as long as the person had experience and training in criminal justice. Take Ryan. W T o p news Meantime, in the district's the D C council passed an emergency police reform bill last night. It replaces a bill that the council approved last month, but that the mayor had concerns about Bill preserves the inclusion of a standard for the use of deadly force. But we want to consider the standard for non deadly force in the permanent version of the bill, which will hold a hearing on moves later this fall. Council member Charles Allen, currently those charged with assault on a police officer, had the right to a jury trial with the bill calls for that right to also be extended to people charged with simple assault involving a law enforcement officer. Council member David Grosso introduced an amendment calling on D C police to stop using cell site simulator technology that he fears maybe being used to track protesters in the city..

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"landesman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"landesman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"In the 700 WLW satellite do center right across the hall from him, and this point we're debating whether or not it's the mayor's deciding whether or not they should enact some sort of mask policy. I'm not quite sure how they did it in Dayton. I know that Mayor Waylay there said just the other day that Satan is going to force us because they're hot spot as his Hamilton County in Cincinnati and heading into the holiday weekend, with people wandering out doing things in close proximity to one another, preferably in air conditioned guns to be Asada's Haiti's outside this weekend. We may see a significant spike in Corona virus, and the concern is as always, if we do will we exceed our ability to care for people in hospitals and clinics with ventilators and beds and such? So that's the concern and it's up to John Cranley gets to take the point on this as it stands right now kind of an informal social media survey. It looks like there's least three members of council being Landesman Sittenfeld on Seelbach, who would be in favor of a mask policy. The hard nose our pastor and centerman, so it's three too, and then the ones that are questionable. Our David Mann and jam me in that David Mann. And talking to him is more like, Well, you know what? I get it, We need it. It's important. But if we could do this without some sort of significant penalty, that's a problem that that's problem for me. So let's say you get him to vote. Yes. For Jan Michelle, It's more of a freedom issue. I understand. And one of saying, Hey, listen, you have we have individual rights? We've done this already. I'm not sure what side she comes. And, of course, the improbable is the impossible. Zahra be undecided. I texted Chris Smitherman awhile ago, have not heard back from the vice mayor on whether or not he is for or against the mask policy and also Wendell Young. Would be the other factor here too, as well. So you know what? While there is a majority right now, it is certainly not a veto proof majority at this point on unimpeachable majority, so I guess the the dictates of John Cranley. We'll find out in just seconds here. Hopefully whether or not we move forward, I'd imagine the reason why we're being delayed, too. As as you know, A lot of these things are negotiated at a time and that there are tradeoffs and horse trading that are going on. Even something as serious as wearing a mask. But regardless of what happens politically, and what the political cost to either masks or no masks, the big question is me and you And it's always about me and you right? And that is the citizens here of the tri state but specifically of Cincinnati. I don't know. I saw what they're doing at King's Island going. I get kings and wants to open. They want people to spend money, though they have a good time. You really want to ride a ride. If you're going to go through what you have to go through Kings Island to to go to the park, and that is long lines even longer lines, temperature checks. You gotta wear a mask and all places there. You gotta wash your hands every 20 minutes. And when you have kids, generally in places like kings, that's a big ask. And I'm not knocking Kings on for the policy..

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