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"maureen miller brosnan" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"In these statements have not been evaluated by the FDA this product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease is directed now news traffic and weather on the patriot in Wayne County we've got an accident blocking the right shoulder by two seventy five southbound and Michigan avenues slow traffic on I. seventy five northbound between McNichols and twelve mile road the forecast for the rest of the afternoon a high of forty seven today down to thirty two tonight clouds tomorrow with a high of forty one right now it's forty six degrees from the town all that got news room well state health officials are not releasing specific information about the sixteen now people that have tested positive for corona virus Loney's mayor Maureen Miller Brosnan says one of them is a Livonia man who travel domestically she revealed on Facebook the planet's hospitalize university of Michigan the number of cases in the state has jumped from two to sixteen become county state senator Pete Lucido is criticizing the report by the Senate business office regarding his alleged sexual harassment of a reporter another senator and a lobbyist Luisana told me years news that three women went to the media before contacting a senior lawmaker an attorney or the SPL and added he doesn't understand how the office said he's engaged in inappropriate workplace behavior the Shelby township Republican also complained that he wasn't given the opportunity to question the three women and was told to stay quiet his accusers senator Mallory make moral lobbyist Melissa Osborne and reporter Alison Donahue all had similar accounts of his behavior according to the S..
"maureen miller brosnan" Discussed on Daily Detroit
"We start our election roundup extravaganza in the the suburb of Warren. Where voters handed mayor? Jim fouts a fourth term despite mounting evidence in the form of audio leaks of mayor fouts allegedly. He's saying racist homophobic and other horrible things. The seventy seven year old fouts defeated his former aide. Kelly Colegio with fifty seven seven point five percent of the vote. Nearly sixty percent of fouts's votes came absentee ballots while Colegio appears to have actually won at the polls on election election day grains meanwhile has been egg on their face after having their own. Dewey defeats Truman moment. The business publication prematurely announced that Colegio Joe had won and they've since issued a correction just under twenty four thousand people cast ballots in Michigan's third largest city that represents about twenty four four percent of Warren's registered voters. So this is one that we talked about a little bit With a vice reporter talking about kind of like it made national news. What's been going on without and Warren especially because it's considered a battleground important for the upcoming presidential election yes? I can't say that it surprising. That fouts outs that fouts one. And he won pretty pretty handily. The low turnout is what Kinda really jumps out at me. Twenty percent You know in an election where there's been leak after leak after leak of fouts in you know I should. We should point out that fouts's consistently denied that's him but the thing is about this is that there is this idea. I think think that you've either made your decision. Either you're on board or you're off board with fouts and I think that's the same way that it is with Donald Trump and lots of people are on board. And I think anything thing that you tell them won't matter it doesn't matter how many leaks they are an end the feedback that I got from that episode some of the research that I've done and work like on the ground because I've been working on stories in in that part of town that Warren Madison Heights Sterling Heights. That area of town is that people have made up their minds. One way or another and to be honest a lot of people have made their peace with it. Yeah and You know again. With twenty four percent people voting You know given whose atop the ballot it's hard to conclude anything other than a lot of voters couldn't be bothered. Meanwhile big upset up in Flint. Where Mayor Karen? Weaver narrowly lost her bid for reelection to a second term to State Representative Sheldon Neeley. Weaver has been mayor since two thousand fifteen and was elected in the aftermath of the flint. Water Crisis Neely is serving his third and final term in the State House and is a former flint. The city council member meanwhile. Let's go to Ferndale where Melanie Piano. The former councilwoman resigned to run for mayor and it worked act. She took nearly two thirds of the vote beating. Brian's Walli who was backed by the Detroit chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America there. We're also three council. Seats up for grabs. Returning to council is incumbent rail on leaks. May she'll be joined for a full term. By attorney. Ernie Cat Brunner James. Meanwhile Laura mcculskey a business consultant and founder of the Ferndale rat patrol will serve a partial term. I'm that lasts through two thousand twenty one. Then you're a ferndale resident. Is there a badge for the Ferndale rat patrol. It's it's called Ferndale Ian by the way affirmed daily in Okay. Well are their badges for the rat patrol. I don't they. Apparently there is a logo. I saw them on her campaign door hanger which I collected several at my house actually and which brings me to One of my points which is This was a hotly contested election There were there. Were three seats available. Five candidates were vying for a two of the full term for your term seats and then there were four candidates for the other seat that mcculskey one which was a visas a two year term so a lot of candidates candidates here. I'll come back to that in a second. The mayoral race You know we. We talked about it on the show last week kind of went negative against the only piano. And whether you you can say that it hurt him definitely didn't help him so There were as I mention You know a lot of candidates running this year which is good You know a a lot of knocking on doors. I mean I got lots of door hangers You know evidence that just about all. The candidates came to my neighborhood which is nice to see But one suggestion that it's democracy is sort of healthy but I will tell you one thing. That's not healthy is a local media. It's hard I discovered discovered this year to find out. Sort of third party. Information about. And cackle media hyper local media hyper local news outlets I I got to give a shoutout. uh-huh to website Oakland County one fifteen which did a really good job of getting Candidate interviews you know in all their coverage areas all throughout Oakland County and I think even in new mccullum and stuff where they were they have bureaus but Not Easy to find you know again. Outside of going to the candidates websites sites you always want to find like some independent stuff like have somebody ask them questions and It's getting harder and harder to educate yourself as a voter all right over over. Let's go west to Livonia one of Detroit's largest suburbs and There was a very close race for mayor there. It was a face off. Between Two city council women Laura Toy a longtime elected official member of the Donald J. Trump's women leadership team here in Michigan and she faced off against Maureen Miller Brosnan a former Lavonia city council president and the Executive Director of the Michigan Venture Capitalist Association. Who is said to have been to have more progressive ideas for the city Brazil won by just one hundred and sixty four votes out of more than twenty four thousand cast incumbent. Dennis right did not run for office. He's leaving after one term and is battling Parkinson's disease this job in Lavonia actually pays one hundred twenty five thousand dollars a year. Nice job if you can get it. Yeah this is more of a big this. This looks more like a big city mayorship That's in the range of like what the Detroit mayor makes. This could signal the beginning of an interesting shift. I KINDA WANNA hedge here because Lavonia has not been playing with regional issues very much right. Well that's why it's interesting that Somebody with sort of more progressive. You've leanings. Is taking over Livonia. Ninety five percent whites one of the widest Communities to be found in this entire region They have For years opted out of the smart bus service so they're like Like a hole in the fabric of transit coverage in the region. Yeah this is like And the major city if the suburb right next to like Schick Toco Chicago city proper said No. We're not GONNA have buses. Yeah and Brosnan. The winning candidate the the incoming mayor has been one of the only council members In the past to even be voiced support for taking a look at adding the smart thing that she supported it. But it's taking a look at it. It and she was voted down. I think this is back in two thousand fifteen six to one now. Well we'll take it as progress. I guess okay moving over to Madison Heights where voters overwhelmingly re-elect reelect mayor. Brian Hartwell to another term. He got better than eighty three percent of the vote against Johnette Woo Eggert. WHO's a Liberian immigrant who it was? The first African American ever to run for mayor of Madison Heights interesting but attributed hartwell campaigned on hiring more public safety personnel and developing thing downtown Madison Heights. Where's downtown Madison Heights? I've seen him on the street signs but I don't exciting point so to me. I feel like it kind of starts at Selena's like at eleven eleven mile near Jonah. Sithole John are by eleven mile area. kind of up and down. I'm actually hoping to talk to Mayor Hartwell soon on the show. I think it'd be very interesting conversation along the lines of what you did with the city manager of Oak Park Eric ton gate because I think Madison Heights is a really interesting community to me. You Know Hartwell is just thirty seven And that kind of signs like the the signals the changing demographics of of this area. It's a lot lot. More affordable live in Madison Heights than it is in neighboring royal oak which has just skyrocketed and land values. There's a lot more like large houses on very tiny lots and Royal Oak Madison. It's an heights is drawing a more diverse crowd oil very white Madison Heights is drawing a lot of immigrants various kinds some strong Asian population of various different groups. Yeah.
"maureen miller brosnan" Discussed on WJR 760
"Talk election results the mayor of Warren Jim Follett's will have another four year term as mayor he defeated his opponent city councilman Kelly Colegio in voting yesterday Maureen Miller Brosnan will take over as mayor old love all your she won that race Sheldon nearly defeated the incumbent mayor of flint Karen weaver nearly will take over in flint all the school bond issues and rules were passed in the Detroit area big one passed in Ann Arbor marijuana ballot proposals voters passed one in Lincoln Park but they defeated marijuana proposals and walled lake Keevil harbor and Allan park Democrat showed strength in key state elections in the Kentucky race for governor the incumbent Republican Matt Bevin trails the democratic challenger and the base year the race is too close to call officially correspondent Harry Enten says part of the Democrats success were wins in areas of that state where president trump did well all counties and sexually democratic territory a lot of these counties one for trump by forty to fifty points back in two thousand sixteen but this year they went back to the Democrats and that was the key part of this year's suppose a victory in the state of Kentucky in Virginia Democrats won majorities in both the house and Senate in Mississippi Republicans held on to the governor's office a suspect has been arrested in Mexico for the massacre of nine family members from a Mormon sect community apparently a drug cartel member who was holding two people bound and gagged at a cartel hole in the hills of Sonora was arrested legislation to lift the Michigan ban on baiting dear has been approved by the house fifty six to forty nine it goes to the Senate the deer a firearm season begins a nine day is the ban was put into effect to try to come back Quantic wasting disease among dear confusion for Wayne State University for university board members who are feuding with the president Roy Wilson and want to fire him voted to fire him it was done in a committee meeting the board has eight members problem is it's not clear if the vote is legal and binding the school's administration said in a statement that the boat was not legitimate several Wayne State University board members had expressed disappointment and even anger after they were informed of the heart of Detroit tuition pledge which would give free tuition to trade school children a short time before the announcement was made public Marie Osborne W. J. R. news the Dow Jones industrial average and the nasdaq closed at record highs again on Tuesday the S. and P. five hundred closed barely below the all time high that it reached a day earlier the games have been driven by company earnings that aren't nearly as bad as some of the Wall Street naysayers were expecting interest rate cuts hope for a trade truce with China and a steadily growing economy double Johnny was time seven oh three our world market sponsored by mother wattles donate your car to mother wattles help the poorest of the poor call three one three Waddell's John in Tokyo or up London is down DOW futures are up to I'm Decatur more with Paul W. into but the Michigan building and construction trades council honors all veterans for their service and commitment to protecting our great country many of our members served or are currently serving.
Everything You Need To Know About The 2019 Elections
"Election results the mayor of Warren Jim Follett's will have another four year term as mayor he defeated his opponent city councilman Kelly Colegio in voting yesterday Maureen Miller Brosnan will take over as mayor old love all your she won that race Sheldon nearly defeated the incumbent mayor of flint Karen weaver nearly will take over in flint all the school bond issues and rules were passed in the Detroit area big one passed in Ann Arbor marijuana ballot proposals voters passed one in Lincoln Park but they defeated marijuana proposals and walled lake Keevil harbor and Allan park Democrat showed strength in key state elections in the Kentucky race for governor the incumbent Republican Matt Bevin trails the democratic challenger and the base year the race is too close to call officially correspondent Harry Enten says part of the Democrats success were wins in areas of that state where president trump did well all counties and sexually democratic territory a lot of these counties one for trump by forty to fifty points back in two thousand sixteen but this year they went back to the Democrats and that was the key part of this year's suppose a victory in the state of Kentucky in Virginia Democrats won majorities in both the house and Senate in Mississippi Republicans held on to the governor's
"maureen miller brosnan" Discussed on WJR 760
"Killed just a senseless lack of any respect for life to go on exact violence like this for such a trivial matter of someone making a mention to you person doing something wrong is intolerable but I look forward to justice being served the suspects are being held without bail Jim Roop Los Angeles flex lanes on I. ninety six a public forum will be held starting at four o'clock at the no by police department today they'll discuss plans to open the shoulder lanes during rush hours on a stretch of the I. ninety six between Kent Lake Road and I two seventy five the freeway area jams a lot of times the Oakland county board of commissioners will be tomorrow night they may name a replacement for the county executive post the board chairman of the county treasurer both announced they would run before the death of a long time and come but L. Brooks Patterson primary election results voters in Birmingham in Bloomfield township said no to tax increase issues Birmingham they want to build a parking structure with the bond issue of Bloomfield public safety assessment district that was defeated by a wide margin a public safety issue passed by voters in walled lake also public safety and recreation issues were approved in Oxford township warm air Jim files was the top vote getter in the war and may our primary he'll face Kelly Colegio in the run off in November low volume their primary top vote getters were Maureen Miller Brosnan and Laura toy Walgreens plans to close two hundred stores in the U. S. it is trying to cut costs they announced about a year ago they were trying to trim costs by one point five billion over the.
"maureen miller brosnan" Discussed on WJR 760
"President trouble go do well Paso and Dayton today Susie lane is the Dayton group leader of moms demand action they want gun control I hope that his heart is mine is changed and he listens to the broad majority of people across the United States that are in favor of doing something just like they said at the restaurant Ohio governor Mike to wind urge the Republican led state legislature in Columbus to pass laws requiring background checks for nearly all gun sales and allowing courts to restrict firearms access for people perceived as threats will have more on that in a moment the family of the Dayton government Connor bats has released a statement the statement says the best family is shocked and devastated by the events of Sunday morning where Connor bets going down nine people including his sister Megan it says the family offers heartfelt prayers and condolences to all the victims their families and friends and the family thanks first responders for their quick response which minimize casualties Adolfo callous is the chair of the el Paso Republican Party him showing up in el Paso to show his support to learn what's going on hopefully take things back on what needs to be changed what needs to be worked on I think it's very important that you be sure and I think it's it's the outstanding that he is coming accredit Congress woman Lino Ortega represents el Paso she comments on the upcoming visit if he's coming he better be sincere in terms of what he has been saying anti some science tweets things and a couple of days later he turns around and says something different numbers is dealing with proposals for gun control legislation a proposal by senators Gramm and Blumenthal is gaining some momentum correspondent Lauren fox's people have been demonstrating outside of the home in Kentucky of the Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell here in lieu of all there was a vigil last night outside Majority Leader McConnell office trying to pressure him to take some action of course after a long recess it's unclear precisely what can happen when lawmakers return in September do some of these measures really work well we've looked into it existing research there is such stuff it has focused on Connecticut in Indiana they have the country's oldest so called red flag laws dating back to nineteen ninety nine in Connecticut and two thousand five in Indiana recent studies on this have shown that the laws in Connecticut in Indiana good intentions are most often used to seize guns from people who are suicidal and they've driven down the suicide rate by very small percentages three people have been killed in a crash on crash it near seven mile on Detroit's east side a two car wreck the controversial bond issue in Birmingham would have funded a parking deck in the downtown area it was soundly defeated by voters also voters turned down a Bloomfield township special assessment district tax increase for police and fire warm air Jim faults the top vote getter in the warm air primary Kelly Collegio will challenge him in November in Livonia the mayor's race boils down to Maureen Miller Brosnan and Laura toy a pair of gang members were charged with murder of an off duty Los Angeles police officer who was fatally shot while visiting Oct Michael stand with his girlfriend the FBI is offering a reward of twenty thousand dollars for information leading to whoever set fire to two Jewish centers in Massachusetts within a span of five days Walgreens.