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"lemont" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:51 min | 2 weeks ago

"lemont" Discussed on WTOP

"Charged with first degree murder in a deadly April 22nd Germantown shooting Police say when they got to the scene on gunner's branch road they found 20 year old teyon lemont Klein of Frederick with multiple gunshot wounds lifesaving efforts failed he died at the scene A beheading money news The Dow is up 700 points It is cheaper now to borrow big I'm Jeff claymore Three 18 Dave dill dines got your traffic Afternoon traffic congestion has developed on most area highways in the usual spots built way included D.C. two 95 slow and shifted right long-term over Pennsylvania avenue through that work zone short merge areas Northeast South Dakota avenue near 12th street and Emerson street crash did some utility damage around the same time eastern avenue at division avenue a separate crash took down a traffic signal In Virginia on I 66 westbound heavy through centerville the crash on the 28th south ramp is out of the way now but it's still slow southbound leaving chantilly to merge west on 66 Adam barstowe 6 19 remains closed south of 28 and north of valley view drive because of a work zone And out in fog here county Warrington a stretch of 6 O 5 dumfries road is closed both ways about midway between 29 and Riley wrote because of a truck crash that took down a power pole in Maryland two 70 95 Baltimore Washington Parkway no major incidents to speak of celebrate Mother's Day with whole foods market and enjoy 25% off large quiches through May 10th plus an extra 10% off for prime members while supplies last learn more On the whole foods market app Dave dildy and WTO pay traffic to storm team four and Mike staniford Some cloud cover and some sunshine this afternoon there will be a risk of thunderstorms that are cold front approaches are high for 75 to 80 Overnight.

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"lemont" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

05:04 min | 5 months ago

"lemont" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Speak to immigration attorneys and offers COVID-19 vaccinations. But in most ways, the program is virtually identical as it was under Trump, both versions promise quick immigration proceedings access to safe and secure shelters, a work permit and access to healthcare in Mexico. Both versions also promise that particularly vulnerable people, like those with a disability, are excluded from MPP. Under the Trump administration, the reality on the ground in Mexico did not live up to those promises. Immigration proceedings were backlogged, shelters and tent encampments were overcrowded, filthy, and often flooded, and many migrants never received a Mexican work permit or access to healthcare because the application process is required that they present identification and other documents that they often didn't have. Under Trump, migrants with clear physical disabilities were also forced to wait in Mexico under MPP. Migrant advocates and NGOs who spent years helping migrants enrolled in MPP say they are skeptical that Biden's iteration of the program will be meaningfully different than Trump's. It's great to put those measures on paper, but we will see in practice what that actually means. Lemont Garza says. Concern for asylum seekers safety. Top of mind for organizers like limon Garza and Charlene Cruz, an attorney and director of project khorasan Matamoros, is safety for the asylum seekers. Examples of violence against asylum seekers who have to wait in Mexico whether under MPP or title 42 is well documented. Human rights first, a research and advocacy organization has collected 1500 examples of violence against asylum seekers under MPP in Mexico that include kidnapping, rape, and extortion. And some border cities like nuevo Laredo, which is across the border from Laredo, Texas, and reynosa, which is across the border from McAllen, Texas, violent, organized crime has increased in recent months. For that reason, people enrolled in the new iteration of MPP who enter in the Texas cities of Eagle Pass, Laredo and Brownsville will instead be relocated to other cities in the interior of Mexico, according to new DHS guidance on MPP, though it is unclear which interior cities, the government means. Instead of restoring asylum and us taking care of our own problems, instead, what are we doing? We're dumping people, people, and somebody else's mass, says to Cruz, who worked extensively with asylum seekers enrolled in the first iteration of MPP in the Matamoros area across the border from Brownsville, Texas. Another concern to cruise flags is the lack of lawyers able to do the work she does, increasing access to lawyers is great. If you have somebody on the other side, she says, it's like a stairway to nowhere, you can go up the stairway, but nobody will be.

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"lemont" Discussed on Mega

Mega

02:24 min | 6 months ago

"lemont" Discussed on Mega

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"lemont" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

03:34 min | 6 months ago

"lemont" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"We almost had one. And then the disaster stroke was a Kenny peak was going to have a runner and he took it all really well. It was an absolute disaster in the end. He ends up in a mosh pit at one of the DJ sets that were on epsom afterwards. But yeah, would Bobby Flay and Christoph come up with a come to have some would they go to the car? Is that something they would look at doing next year or is there enough of a program on turf for three year old affiliates that they won't need to do that? Dead honest, I'm not sure Christophe Clement would, because he is, you know, he's very mindful of not over stressing his runners and placing them in the right spots and hence. I thought that was a good notch on Peter Bianca's belt that he put her in the natoma on her second start and then put her in here, right? That really spoke about the opinion. He held of her. Look, I think Bobby Flay will probably be game. I think he loves horse racing. He loves the game. He loves traveling. Of course, Christopher Clement brother Tim Nicholas clemon, who trains in France. I don't believe Christoph lemont has had any overseas runners. So I'm not too sure he'd be tempted to do so, especially as in the United States, the turf program is continuously developing. And we do have plenty of good surprise money on offer just on the east coast thinking of the turf triple tiara that's put on by nairo, which is just a series of three race kind of mimicking the Dutch Dutch cheese. We don't have a classic program. The European classic program for Phillies weird prize money to boot. And he isn't an east coast trainer. So I would probably stick around here to be honest if I was him. I think that's what they will do. Okay. Because I was just wondering what Arlington gone is there the possibility that maybe lack of there's a major turf track on in the turf prizes that were there. But they've kind of been there. So, for example, I just know the turf triple series because I was with naira. And they kicked that off in 2019. And so for the boys, you have the Belmont Derby invitational the Belmont turf and then Saratoga Derby. And then for the Phillies, you have the oaks invitational, the Belmont, the oxygenation, and then the Saratoga oats. And then the Joker club oaks at Belmont. So there is and that's, you know, a $1 million per race as well. So dead honest, I would stick around here, probably. So you see, that's where the whole the prestige of racing in Europe will no, it won't. It's not going to work. I'm sorry. If you've got a million per prize money for a race, yeah, I'm staying there. Thanks very much. I mean, so the $1 million races are actually for the boys. So sorry I got that wrong. For the girls at 700 grand each. So that's still very sizable. I mean, even female horses aren't earning the same as their male equivalents for the same work. This is an absolutely. Bobby Flay, if you do want to come over to Ireland and have your horse trained here, there's a trainer called Sarah lineham, and for the right fee, she would be prepared to take on the challenge of training your horse to win the oaks at epsom. And wouldn't Christoph send her to his brother, Nicolas Clement. Never mind Nicholas. It's all about Sarah. I'm just saying. I'm thinking about trying to knock you here. I had a deal done. The Barbie was all about it. He was like, who's this Irish trainer?.

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"lemont" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

01:56 min | 8 months ago

"lemont" Discussed on The Moth

"When my son sam was about eleven years old and he got very into coins more specifically to metallurgy of the chemistry around coins. He was fascinated with the metals and he would do all these things with these coins. This change around the house. He would shine them up using chemicals he would bake them in the oven to make them look older he which clean them with chemicals to make them look brighter shinier he would electro plate one point. You know metal onto the other coin and he was just like this little mad scientists and it was very fun to watch this kid. He was very into everything he did. He was a little kid so that led to his desire to be a coin collector because he was so into the coins themselves and he knew that i had a coin collection when i was a kid so he asked me if you could start. I said sure. I'll do what my dad did for me. I'll give you some of my coins to get you started but you gotta promise you don't clean any of the coin because that devalues the coins no matter what you do if you wanna make them look better it. Just it makes them less valuable value less. So he's like cool so we start collecting coins. I gave him some of mine. he starts going on. Coin talk dot com at night in talking to these sixty year old coin collectors and it's hysterical to watch this little kid he's just so into it and we'll go to the coin shows every month down in lemont illinois and i would just basically follow him around and he would take his allowance or his birthday money by a couple of points talk the other exhibitors and he was really knowledgeable because he was always reading about it. So it's just fun to watch him at work so one time we're down there and he says to one of the coin exhibitors he says if i had one thousand nine hundred forty three s. Double die would that be valuable. And the coin exhibited says he kind of looks like a very dramatic pause and he takes off his glasses. He goes that's true. You may have just put yourself through college. And so so. I'm i'm standing behind them. At that time. I was a government lawyer. I had no money in the bank. I was putting away. Twenty five dollars with each paycheck for government. Bond savings bond and that savings plan would have talking about four hundred years to put them through college. So i was just like.

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"lemont" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"lemont" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Larry Elder Show. That's awesome. Hi. I just wondered if there is a possibility of the voters in the swing states that are questionable to petition to heavy revote in their state. Triple 8971 s a G E triple 89717243. I am Larry over. It is now time. Can you be Kurt? We've two contestants We have mark from Lemont, Illinois Way. I think we've lost our second guy. I need another person. We need two contestants, Guys. I got Mark Lem from Lemont, Illinois, going make a joke about his his name in his town member Mark LaMotte, The Marc Lamont Hill, Marc Marc Lamont Hill Yet this Marc Lamont hill, but he's this is Marc Lamont Hill. I need one more contestant Triple 8971 s a G e triple 89717243. We got Jerry. And where's Jerry? From? Jerry Jerry from Earth. Good Enough. Let's go. Let's go with mark first. More curry, sir. How are you saying I'm fine, Marka? Sorry. This happened in the no smooth presentation of Can you beat Kirk, but we're good to go. We got 12345 categories. The first category Sports Second president, third famous doctors Fourth celebrities, fifth Aviation where fear would you like to begin? I would like to get at sports. Man after my own heart. Here we go. In 2015. The current college football playoff system began in order to determine the top football team. Who won the first college football playoff..

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"lemont" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"lemont" Discussed on WTOP

"Tossups could go either way and each of them uncounted ballots balance that had been cast but not yet counted by elections officials. There is progress reported in one big city in Wisconsin County Elections Commissioner Giulietta Henry. We're at 100%. In Milwaukee County. I would like to thank all of her miss apologies on the 19 of them. So heard to get us to And through this day, some of the tallying in Georgia has been sidelined by a burst plumbing pipe. Colorado's former Democratic governor, John Hickenlooper, is headed to Washington. He's declared victory over Republican Senator Cory Gardner. It's time for a different approach. It's time to start solving problems and helping people. And that's exactly what I intend to do. Republicans Mitch McConnell, Lindsey Graham and Joni Ernst all hold on to their Senate seats at 25. North Carolina's Madison call Authorities poised to become the youngest Republican member of Congress, Delaware, Sarah McBride will be the highest ranking openly trans state senator in the country. The world is weighing in on the US election correspondent Vicki Barker is at the Foreign desk. A commentary in Francis Lemont newspaper condemns the Republicans for accusing Democrats of trying to steal the election and the Democrats for suggesting the Republicans are fomenting a coup. Britain's financial Times argues Whoever wins roughly half the electorate will reject his legitimacy S and P futures are up. 22. Dow futures off three This is CBS News. Brought to you by MassMutual honoring mutuality all around us and the people who prove we're all stronger when we look out for one another MassMutual.

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"lemont" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"lemont" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Battleground states as Trump supporter. He was police in my mind of vote for Biden was a bolt for Harris. It's just a way for Nancy Pelosi to get a little further up on the other side of the gas pump. Suzanne from Natick. I don't feel that Trump is trustworthy, you know, and I don't like what he says, and things that he does. She had already heard the news overnight that the president is claiming victory. Oh, I'm not surprised he would never claim defeat. That's just not something we do Match your W. B. C. Boston's news radio and the world is watching to commentary in Francis Lemont newspaper condemns the Republicans for accusing Democrats of trying to steal the Ction and the Democrats for suggesting the Republicans are fomenting a coup. Britain's financial Times argues Whoever wins roughly half the electorate will reject his legitimacy on American Pandit, writing in Britain's Guardian argues the delays in the count actually being our system is working, but Germany's zoo Georgia, Zeitoun calls American democracy kaput. Vicki Barker, CBS NEWS London Take our hand where with you until this is all sorted out a W B c 6 33. Let's take a look at what's happening on the roadways this morning. It's traffic and weather together. We check in with Lori Grandi and the Subaru Retailers of New England. All wheel drive traffic on the threes, right, Christian AKI is going to give us a full for 95. It's just kind of a scary situation Could have been a lot worse, Kristen. That situation right there is that huge pothole that's in champs for right now. It's actually over 1 10 and Kristen is flying over and I could tell you that it's the size of a car. It is such a big pothole there. D O. T is on the scene. State police is well and traffic is being pushed over to the far right hand side left and center lanes are closed off there and What I mean by it could have been a lot worse is you can see through the roadway down to 1 10. So that is frightening. Christian? Are you there with me? Yes, I am a lonely.

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"lemont" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"lemont" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"They're not soft, So I'll say I'll say the same thing I said when we played that on the morning show back in those days. No need for profanity, And I think it was just slightly slurring of speech, either because of alcohol or extended head injuries. I think you could be right about that. Meanwhile, I'm sorry. Our crack investigative team has told me that it's Scott Darling. That's the pride of Lemont, Illinois were the guy that we're talking about. Thank you. Wools news time is 509. Checking traffic here at W. L s as we see what's happening on the roadways. What's going on? We've got problems on the Indiana toll road. It's jammed. He's found between the Elkhart East Exchange and my old mile marker 97 with a bad crash. They're both eastbound and westbound lanes are blocked Emergency crews. Are on the site. Eden's 26 minutes late Creek Road to Junction Up on 16 Kennedy in from O'Hare 49 about 37 Eisenhower in from Thorndale 49 Up on 42 Stevenson in from 3 55 41 out on 49. Dan Ryan and from 95th 14. Outbound is a 17 minute trip. Huge problems on the Bishop Ford inbound at Sibley, a rollover accident blocking two right lanes there. That is traffic from the wools. Am 90 Traffic said You need more coffee. Get 79 Cent Hot coffee for 7 11 from 12 to 7 PM with seven rewards They might know you better than you know yourself, 7 11. Always open offer Good through 15 21. 79 cents Plus.

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"lemont" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"lemont" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Bargaining. Nurses. Finn is setting up a group of tense Friday afternoon at their strike headquarters outside the hospital on the city's near Westside. The news brought to you by the way by a Robert R. On the radius and sons. Concrete construction. 30, Illinois counties are now the warning level for a covert 19, state public health director doctor and go Z. A Z K says some common factors in the affected counties include outbreaks associated with large parties, bars, weddings and long term care facilities. She also says no enforcement of social distancing and mass requirements are big problems. She says People should do their part and were a mask, saying it's one of the most important things you could do to help. In one simulation, researchers predicted that 80% of the population wearing masks Could do as much or even more to reduce covert spread. Then a lock down the warning level is reach one certain metrics airhead, such as a positivity rate number of deaths, saying clusters of cases Zero students logged on for remote learning there. On the first day of a regular school year. W. G. M's Kim Gordon says attendance varied across the city attendants range from a low of 42% to 100% of more than 500 district run schools. But the numbers have gone up is the first week of remote learning got underway on Wednesday and Thursday, the number of students online went to over 90%. Over the past three years. Prior attendance averaged about 94% next week, Some schools will start an at home Learning Ambassador program to reach students who schools have not yet been able to contact Kim Gordon WG and news. The New York Stock Exchange will operate primarily out of Chicago later this month. We get more on the story from WG ends Vic Bob. It's testing its capabilities to operate its exchanges and ability to conduct high volume Elektronik trading outside of its primary data center in New Jersey, it says from September 28th October 1st. It'll operate out of its secondary location. The New York Stock Exchange Chicago at Clark in Monroe in the city's west loop, the temporary move could be preparations for a permanent move. The governor of New Jersey is considering a tax on financial transactions. Von W. G on News Chicago police came into the leaders and elected officials are calling for help in finding the person responsible for killing an eat year old girl over the Labor Day weekend. A community group offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to an arrest of the gunman in the fatal shooting, police say Just before 6 P.m. on Labor Day near 47th and union, someone pulled up in a black car and fired shots into a vehicle carrying did your Wilson, her mother and two other people. The shooting was likely gang related. The door was pronounced dead at Coomer's Children's Hospital later that.

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"lemont" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"lemont" Discussed on KQED Radio

"40 passengers and crew members of flight. 93, who president Trump said, did quote the most American of things. They took a vote. And then they acted. Together. They charged the cup. They confronted the pure evil. And in their last act on this earth They saved our capital at a ceremony in New York City vice president Pence and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden greeted each other with masks and elbow bumps before Biden headed south to honor the victims in Shanksville. Amy held NPR news. About 1/10 of Oregon's population has been told to evacuate their homes as wild fires spread across this state. NPR's Jen Newman reports President Trump has declared a state of emergency. To provide federal assistance. The move comes after Oregon Governor Kate Brown declared a statewide emergency a few days ago. The declaration will make it easier for the Department of Homeland Security and Federal Emergency Management Agency. To coordinate disaster relief efforts with state and local officials. No direct funding was noted in the declaration on Lee that the federal government will provide 75% of the funding for the emergency. Oregon has experienced the brunt of the millions of acres burning across the West, forcing hundreds of thousands of Oregonians to flee Gentleman NPR news Russia is denying reports by Microsoft that it's hackers are trying to interfere in the 2020 U. S election. Microsoft says Russia isn't The only country trying to manipulate the vote is NPR's miles, parks tells us so our China and Iran These Chinese and Iranian groups were also observed trying to break into the campaign emails of Biden and Camp Biden and Trump campaign staffers as well as at least one what Microsoft calls a notable former Trump Administration official on this matches up with what we've heard from the national security community that these three countries Russia, China and Iran all have cyber capability cyber capabilities, and they're all interested in potentially manipulating the election in some way. NPR's miles parks for former Minneapolis police officer charged in the death of George Floyd or due to appear in court today, a judge will hear arguments on whether they should be tried together separately. This is NPR live from the news on Brian what Wildfire Smoke is still with us. The National Weather Service says the Bay Area should expect hazy and smoky conditions again today on Wednesday, that meant the sky looked orange and dark that day, much of the smoke stayed high above ground level. Yesterday. More of that smoke settled to ground level, which meant air quality was unhealthy. Forecasters say in approaching weather system should begin to clear smoke from the area by early next week. San Francisco 40 Niner start their season against the Arizona Cardinals this Sunday at Levi Stadium. The team and their landlord, the city of Santa Clara, are at odds once again Media's Marco Siler Gonzales has more the Santa Clara Stadium authority authorized in arbitration against the Niners. Alleging they still owe rent for this month. Two preseason games were cancelled due to Cove in 19 and the city claims the team chose to reduce the rent because of those lost games by 20%, or $2.7 million. A spokesman for the 40 Niners said the rent will be paid in full as defined by the lease. The team's total annual rent for the facility is close to $25 million paid in monthly instalments, according to the city. Home opener will be played without any fans in the stadium, and it's unclear whether there will be any later in the season. I'm Marco Soler Gonzalez de News More sports The Oakland Raiders. Oh, yeah, Never mind. The Oakland Athletics beat the Astros 3 to 1 in Oakland, the A's head to Texas to play the Rangers at five Our time. Today, the Giants lost to the Padre 6 to 1. They play again in San Diego At six last night, the San Jose Earthquakes lost seven tow one in Seattle. In soccer. I'm Brian What? Edie news? Alright. Thanks, Brian. The dense fog advisory Still in effect. Well, I should say actually support comes from Oakland International Airport, the heart of the Bay Area and the soul of the East Bay. Ready to five. The East Bay Way once again, and support for NPR comes from T A Who wants to thank the health care professionals, researchers, faculty and staff across the country. For selflessly serving the needs of communities. T I A is grateful for their dedication and persistence and the listeners of cake a day. All right, so there's fog tow later on this morning, but widespread Hayes and unhealthy and very unhealthy hair. Today, so if you can stay inside, that helps a lot. It's 906. Welcome to forum Michael Krasny. Since California first issued safety guidelines for schools back in August, Health officials have given the green light to dozens of very elementary schools to reopen classrooms. But the approvals don't necessarily mean kids will be learning in person immediately. Debate over safety protocols feedback from teachers and parents and possible lawsuits all have potential too slow reopening. We'll hear about the guidelines and which Barry a k to six schools or approved to reopen and we'll talk with parents, teachers and school administrators about next steps. We're getting Children back in the classroom. Joining us for the hour is Jill Tucker K. 12, Education reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle on Good Morning, Jill. Good morning. I guess I'd like to begin by just talking about what Waivers are so people can understand Not only what a waiver is, but what it means and how you go about actually establishing away a waiver elementary schools, as I said, have been approved about a dozen of them foreign person instruction here in the Bay Area, and county health officials in California's Department of Public Health have to decide on A waiver. But what does that mean? In terms of well re opening specifically on under what kind of protocols Right, so so right now, most of the state is still at the highest level of risk for the Corona virus, which means schools typically wouldn't be able to reopen, as is the case with hair salons or other types of things. And so the governor and the state developed a waiver process or authorized a waiver process that would allow individual schools or district To apply you re open and demonstrate that they can follow a high level of health and safety protocols who keep students and staff safe. So across the state, mostly private schools and charter schools have applied for these waivers on DH. Hundreds have been authorized by the state. To reopen and so what we're starting to see is in person instruction at individual schools. They have demonstrated that they can ask staff on and atleast every other month. Not for the Corona virus that they have social distancing that they have soap and hand sanitizer and other supplies in place. They're following mass requirements and and things like that. He's pounding basically is creating their own waiver process through the Department of Public Health, So they vary a little bit in terms of what the expectations are for other types of things. But in general, there's a litany of of protocols and other things that they have to have a place in order to be granted a waiver by the state and by the county. But as you wind, it indicated waivers actually doubled to just this past week. 220 here in the very air, you got eight in Santa Clara in 18 and San Matteo and 13 and Marin and Foreign Contra Costa on Alamitos. Planning there, so there is atleast kind of momentum here or some sort of momentum, although also, as you indicated, most schools about 72% of school students are 73% to be exact in public school students. 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"lemont" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"lemont" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Com Forward slash lu, Let's go to the phone lines right now and talk with Jim moves in Lemont. Jim, I'm sorry. That you had to hear all of that. Thank you for calling. Hello, Jim. You're on How Smart's radio. Your choice in Kankakee, Ojai Choice in Kankakee. Well, then your thank you. And I'm sorry that you had to hear all that. That's okay. I can be Jim for a while. How can I help you, Joyce? Um well, first I want to thank you for all the things that you've helped me with. Over the years of listening to your program. You're invaluable. Thank you. I have a problem with water in my basement for the first time in 19 years that I've lived in this house. I don't have a drain or anything in there. But with these monsoons that we've been having, um I'm experiencing this. I've had estimates from both Perma field and us lot of proving and they range anywhere from Uh, 9000 to 16,000 to put in drain tiles on a sump pump. But they also both required that I removed the asbestos tile 3 ft around the perimeter of my basement. That's going to cost me thousands right eye. I, um I'm 71. I'm on Social security. Even I can't afford this that I take out a I want to get my house, right? I have three choices. I can take my chances that it won't happen again in the future, but anxiety every time it rains is driving me crazy, you know, not mentioning have to move everything out of my basement to clean it. Um, I've also come across a product called either dry track or the beaver system. Are you familiar with that? That Training system that goes around the perimeter and drains into the sump pump. Okay, You haven't eggs in some pub correct. No, I have nothing in my basement. Well, then none of that. Okay, couple things. The asbestos tile, you know, obviously aggravates the situation from an added cost perspective. And I get all that. But so what I'm hearing is you're talking to me, Joyce is that is the you know the anxiety that comes every time it rains, and so I guess the first question you have to ask yourself from a standpoint of how to get this fixed correctly is what is your plan? God willing. Are we staying in this house? You know until Until we're done. I'm staying in here till they take me out in a body bag. Right? So let's and if you're hoping to be here at least another 10 years cattle and okay, so that is so That's that's a number one. What? We're going to start with. And if you know there's a lot of different companies out there that income a waterproof your basement. I am connected to Ah Ah Perma seal, not only on this radio station, but I also help to promote their business and what they do. And they've been out there. They're one of the ones I got correct. And I know that when they do the work for you, it will be done correctly. So I can't You know, I'm not disparaging anybody else but for them, I can speak. That they will get the the work done properly. You've got to get the asbestos abated, and I think you'll be surprised at that debate that abatement of that tile. Isn't going to be as expensive as you think it'll add cost to it, but When you get this done, you'll have a transferrable warranty, and you'll also have no anxiety. For the next 10 years. God willing, the next 15 20 years that you live, And as we both know, as we get older, we want to simplify our lives. We don't want to have to worry about things. And so If there's a way to to finance the thing that Gives you that peace of mind from Ah, ah, stand point of it being dry and not worrying about it. And it's not anything that financially puts a burden. A nun do burden on you. It's something to consider. I worry that if you try for these, Oh, this will work. I see this on the Internet. Whatever. None of that. Will Perper Maciel. Maciel does install one of those systems the right track system right, but that that's an added that that's all part of A system going in for your sum pump. It's like right and I understand I have to have some pumpin start, but the dry track would not require me removing the asbestos. Also, they would go with the dry track. They would just put it along the wall to channel it in there. Well, if they're if they're good, and they're going to do that, I'm familiar with the dry track, but I thought that they still had to cut it out, but they're going to put it right there and not have to do it. If they're going to do that, if they're going to do that, and they're going to give you the warranty as well to keep the basement dry. Then go for it. That's what we want Transferrable warranty and we want the and the other companies do this, too. I'm not again. The other companies do that as well. But I do know That with Per Maciel, you will get that transferrable warrant enough. That dry track avoids you doing the asbestos and not having to remove that. And they say, Hey, this is gonna work choice and it's not gonna Cause a problem. Then I have zero issue with you having that put inside your home to keep you dry and give you that peace of mind, Joyce. Thank you. So much for the phone call. Good luck with that. I hope it all Works out your high and dry in the basement. Thanks So much for the phone call, and he didn't tell you about Gilkey window. It's me, Lou Manfredini. You know, One of the things that drew me to the guilty company is the fact that there are family owned company. Also, Gilkey sells their windows directly to consumers, which means there's No middleman mark ups..

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"lemont" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:07 min | 2 years ago

"lemont" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The market's evidently don't subscribe to newspapers or listen to the wind trust business lunch, But the Dow is up almost 600 points. The NASDAQ's up 176 the S and P, up 48 points. The markets seem to be impervious to the bad medical news, although there's always hope for a vaccine. That does seem to hold the markets these days if you were going to guess on one factor, but it's interesting to see how positive the markets are today, reacting to a number of factors But the Tao of trading up between five and 600 points this afternoon. Now the market update in a few minutes. The weather to Katherine Davis joins US Mondays at this time. Catherine is an associate editor at Chicago in Ojai. Catherine Welcome Hi, John. How are you? Pretty good. You sound distance. Not that we all have been on the phones and zooms lately. Did we find you in a different place today? Uh, knowing that in the same place as usual, working from my home office, um Eventually you can hear me. Okay? You sound fine. Have you guys did you use to office up and have you all then spread out to your respective homes and and so forth? Yeah, you know, has office in the Chicago Board of Trade. Speaking of the Dow Jones and such, but since mid March, we've all been working from home Aunt have no immediate plans to return any time soon. So this kind of standing by the You know how the cases that shape up in what treatment looks like, so I'm sure we'll be working from home for the rest of 2020 and then some companies, saying since we figured out how to do that we might not go back. I don't know if if you have anything to share along those lines, but you would not be the exception. Maybe if if the folks at Chicago, ino decided not to renew a lease, but rather to continue to work apart. Right? Yeah. You know, there's a couple of tech companies I've heard of so far that have given their employees essentially, you know, from here on out the opportunity to work from home and definitely if they, like. Some are keeping their office spaces for employees that don't want to go to the office. Some are downsizing summer also just getting rid of them all together, so it depends on the company in the leadership, but certainly seeing What, of? Ah, reckoning for the real estate market. I think I saw it depends on the job and maybe the environment at that place. I guess you alluded to that a second ago. But can you do your work? Do you think effectively? Not in a communal space, you know, at the office. Yeah. You know, the good thing about you know, they were already a pretty small team just about three of us in the Chicago market. So you know, we can collaborate pretty easily over the Internet, using black and email and phone calls and stuff. You know, I think that the worst part from a journalist's perspective is just not being able to do any interest interviews. Everything is done by them or phone and it sometimes you miss out on On the detail that you get when you're able to interview someone in person. Catherine Davis is on the phone line from Chicago. You know, talk to me about this Chicago startup. Is it spring for and what did they do? Yeah. So spring for this is a really cool started. We profiled last week. There are fintech startups stands for finance Peck. Um, And essentially, what they do is they fell a service to banks that help them connect. Uh, their clients with financial resources in the event there having trouble paying a mortgage loan or a credit card back on. Do you know through the pandemic with many people lost their jobs. The economy has really gone through turmoil. Spring for has seen an uptick in its business because more banks looking for ways to help their clients repaid loan for the bank. You want people paying paying their loans on time. That's good for the bottom line and spring for the service. That sort of helps in that way. How do they do that? I mean, how can you just give me a little information about how that actually happens? Yeah. So basically spring floors connected with on the ground social impact organizations, So, you know food banks, education. Resource is, you know, even sort of organization that helps people with mortgage loans and just kind of connects them with these organizations that help bridge the financial gap when it when it arises. Well, it makes sense. They did a lousy job of that when they foreclosed on Holmes a decade ago, and they worked, and by the way, the banks turned out to be terrible landlords or homeowners. A lot of those places fell into disrepair made no sense. Maybe they Maybe they have learned a lesson from that experience. Yeah. I mean, the founder. She has, um Her name is Rochelle gory, and she has a big background working in foreclosure intervention. So this is sort of, you know a particular industry that he had a lot of experience in and what really solidified the foundation for the startup spring for Tell me about the forge. This is the last thing I'll ask you about today. But what a fascinating idea, huh? Yeah. So the porridge is really cool. You know, this is something we've kind of been on our radar here, you know, for the last couple years or so, because we're interviewing the tech entrepreneurs all the time. Their names are critical. Edwin and Jeremy Bacon, But the forge is Think of it as like a huge outdoor adventure part. So there's a bit blind. There's mountain biking paddle board. Um, and it's in Lemont. So that's just 22 miles outside of downtown Chicago. It sits on 300 acres of land. And you know the idea for this sort of being outdoor activity getaway for Chicago ins in those in the suburbs. They are opening to life 17th later this week, and you know a lot of people. I really excited about this. Especially with the pandemic growing on being outdoors kind of one is like the safe you can dio and the people I know people are looking forward to this and you know the forges is Being really careful about how they operate during Cove. It's so most of the activity is, you have to have a reservation for and they're practicing social distance staying and having people wear masks and stuff, But it should be a good time if you're able to get out of visited. The park will open seven days a week from 10 in the morning to eight in the evening. Think of it as a Disney world. Only you are providing the power for the rides. You're doing all of these things 15 to $70 depending on what kind of passed you by, and when you buy it, but they're going to open up on July 17th. Wow. Yeah, And if you want a first look at it, we got pictures on our website to kind of give you more of an idea of what it looks like, and you know what kind of things you'll be able to do, But it looks like a lot of fun. Okay, that's Chicago. Wino dot com You can visit Do I have that right? Chicago and oh dot com. Arras at Chicago. No dot org's You got Chicago in our dotcom. Good to know. Then slashed. Chicago gets you directly there. Katherine Davis, associate editor at Chicago and, Oh, thanks, Catherine..

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"lemont" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"lemont" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I fifty five inbound at Lemont road there's an accident that has the two left lanes blocked everything else is looking good out there on expressways and roadways as your head around this Saturday morning the forecast now from the WGN Chicago weather center here's meteorologist Mike Hamrick starting out dry today morning lake fog along the shoreline and northshore in particular otherwise we'll see a mix of sun and clouds it'll turn muggy later on today and that will fuel some scattered strong thunderstorms this afternoon highs will range from eighty two in the southwest suburbs two seventy four on the lake front the airports will hit around seventy eight tonight scattered evening storms all and otherwise partly cloudy with some patchy fog late a little sixty three for tomorrow partly sunny warm and humid just a slight chance of a thunderstorm hive eighty six on Monday partly sunny warm and humid high eighty seven Tuesday sun cloud mix continued warm and humid with scattered storms a high of eighty seven and Wednesday continued warm and humid with scattered storms I run eighty seven from the WGN weather center a mechanic more than one hundred five thousand people have tested positive for covert nineteen in Illinois twenty seven hundred new cases announced yesterday one hundred ten more people have died from the virus putting the death toll at forty seven hundred people across the state since the pandemic began governor Pritzker said though the state is entering the next re opening stage all of Illinois appears to be on track to move into phase three of restore Illinois next Friday and that includes the parks more child care facilities and summer programs almost follow states safety guidance Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot announcing the city is on track to enter phase three of re opening in early June that includes outdoor dining retail parks and libraries however she says the lake front will not reopen immediately when the city moves into phase three we know without a doubt when people gather in intimate settings as a like furnace that that is a breeding ground for the virus she is hopeful she can reopen the lakefront at some point during phase three but says the playpen of boating area on the lake front will not open this summer as the trump administration battles governors across the country to re open houses of worship as early as this weekend officials have reported a frightening.

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"lemont" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"lemont" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Fifty for a jump of fifty five from yesterday's number of one hundred five also twenty two cases at a nursing home in DU page county in Willowbrook eighteen residents and for staff there have the corona virus today is election day we're seeing an extraordinarily low turn out in Chicago and across the state because so many election workers have decided they did not want to work because of fears of being in crowds and baby catching the corona virus a big war of words between governor Pritzker and Jim Allen over at the board of elections Allen asked Pritzker to delay the election because of the corona virus Pritzker says that he did not have legal authority to did that to do that and he also says because of bureaucratic red tape the board of elections refused his offer to send in the National Guard to act as election judges the Dow up one thousand forty eight points today president trump promised these quote going big with an economic stimulus plan to blunt the economic pain caused by the corona virus outbreak the trump administration also wants to give you ninety days to pay your taxes if you can't pay them by April fifteenth and some breaking news now there are coronavirus cases in all fifty Kate's because states West Virginia now become the last U. S. state to report a positive case of the new coronavirus WLS news time five thirty three checking traffic here at W. L. as we've got very light conditions out there so many people working from home obviously inbound Stevenson at Lemont road we've got a stalled vehicle partially blocking the exit ramp to southbound Lemont road that's traffic from the WLS AMA ninety traffic center.

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"lemont" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"lemont" Discussed on 600 WREC

"A former love minor children's implore you was exposed to the corona virus from the first confirm patient here in Shelby County which is the second case that was announced in Shelby County reportedly Lucy and she reportedly traveled to New Orleans with the friends from the ground it is believed that that's when she calls the virus of the permit officials say that the individual in the first confirm Shelby County case quoted in New Orleans and spread it to a friend's doing her trip the ability center on top of it and then tracking these divisional people the employee reportedly developed symptoms and repeated remediated immediately reported this information to the Shelby County and state of Tennessee department of health and ask them to test an employee for covert nineteen the employee was already in quarantine at home a Jason Goldberg a cardiologist at Lemont at children's hospital said well we try not to go off or don't go to an ER if you feel like you six you're running a fever or runny nose the best thing that you can do is call your doctor or call someone on CV the CDC heartlands reportedly Methodist le bonheur will follow protocol from the Tennessee department of health and notified the CDC which they did press reports say they have notified all parents families and other employees who came in contact with said employee and they're working closely with shielding the Shelby County health department and the CDC so thank you for joining us it's a Monday coronavirus is the issue of the day also in case you did hear several were prone to department stores notably a Walmart says they're gonna open from six in the morning till eleven refer you to shop but they're going to use that and then interim time to restock stay with us we're gonna take.

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"lemont" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"lemont" Discussed on Science Friday

"It's great that come AT, and T and other companies are planning on dealing with climate change. I'm a volunteer citizens climate lobby and we've got a bipartisan Bill in congress called the energy innovation act to greatly reduce being house gas emissions worldwide. And I was winning AT and T is doing anything to help congress address the cause of climate change. So when I can say that again, I'm not a policy person. So I apologize. But I will kind of talk about largely what we're doing in that area. So, you know, sounds like which talking about is mitigation, right? So how to reduce the amount of greenhouse gases that are that are going into the air. And we take that very seriously that AT and T and to that point last year in two thousand eighteen we were the second largest corporate buyers of renewable energy in the United States. We announced eight hundred twenty megawatts worth of deals, so we are committed definitely to reduce our own carbon footprint, and we often encourage others to do the same. Ron let me ask you something. I've asked for I'm going to say forty five years going back to the energy crisis. The seventies Three Mile Island, all kinds of all kinds of I guess infrastructure are insured and insurance companies have a lot to say about the future of an industry about whether they're going to ensure they can ensure your nuclear power plant or not right? They very interested in your climate modeling. Yes, they're interested in our product and similar product similar kind of research that is going on the the the challenge for a company like insurance company depends on the scale they're operating somebody who's just selling a car insurance is as a Glenn hop. He's outlook their outlook is about five years. So they really are not worried about climate change. But the ones that are actually ensure infrastructure and big houses and things like they're actually started thinking about it. And the the the great thing with eighty and T that happened the conversation we need to have insurance companies that they Dan did the fuss three or four weeks. We just kind of figured out what they think climate change is. And what we think they need, and it was actually took a lot of discussion to come to a common ground. Okay. What you guys are talking about is how the water depth change in my in some so so I think that kind of conversation has not happened at least for me with the insurance companies. I talked to a lot of them and. They are still a phys-. They're trying to find out how they managed is risk. And how the because restatements they use are based on historical climate change Cl climate data. So how do I act act today? And what is the competent advantage in in in that for me, if I increased my rates because climate is changing and nobody else is doing so. Say a new tool that that they can use their they didn't have four. All right. I think of this as a product innovation somewhat. So yeah, we've run out of time a great topic of discussion. Thank you, both the route kinda mardi is chief scientist at the environmental science division at Argonne, National Laboratory, and then Lemont, Illinois, Shannon. Carol director of environmental sustainability island get that word right at AT and T based in Dallas. Thank you both for this. Great discussion. Thank you. Thank you. Facebook may not be attracting new members like at once wanted, but it's still the largest social networking site. With over two billion users think about how much time you have spent carefully. Curated your digital self on the site. Social media is many ways the record keeper of our lives and together with all the fake news and hate speech in garbage on the internet. It is a record of our current twenty-first-century society..

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