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"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Surge with an increase in how we coordinate and act actively address this issue Adams will take over for outgoing mayor Bill de Blasio He gave his last press conference yesterday about how the city dealt with the coronavirus crisis And I just want to start by expressing my gratitude to all New Yorkers You have made the whole world take notice of the greatness of this city De Blasio touted his accomplishments including universal pre-K and a $15 minimum wage Multiple cities and towns across Connecticut have canceled free COVID test handouts after a huge shipment failed to arrive More from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini After rushing Wednesday to get distribution centers set up and inviting hundreds of thousands of people to get them Officials and towns across the state late yesterday canceled the pickups because the shipment of a half million test kits from California never arrived And the free at home tests were supposed to be used before the new year's holiday to keep friends and family from being exposed But now town officials say logistical and transportation issues mean the tests aren't coming at all And other tests though might be available for pick up after the holiday Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg daybreak Late season wildfires fueled by strong winds of burned hundreds of homes a hotel and a shopping center outside of Denver The fires have forced thousands of people to flee their homes in boulder county at least one first responder and 6 others have been injured Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick tank powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts.
"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Kicks in Monday mayor Bill de Blasio says these mandates work toward getting vaccination rates increased I do not expect the people to be losing their jobs because we have a body of evidence that shows that people make their decision when it's really the moment of truth and make the decision to get vaccinated He explains any person who works or interacts with the public needs to have proof of at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine businesses could face a minimum $1000 fine for not complying A special anniversary is being celebrated at Florida's Clearwater marine aquarium Rick hoschel has the story On Christmas Eve 2002 a bottlenose dolphin calf and his mother were found stranded near Gibson ten because his mother died several days later and he was never taught to survive in the wild The dolphin camp became a permanent resident at the aquaria the now 19 year old dolphin was named Nicholas in honor of his Christmas Eve arrival The mother who passed away was Noel I recollect A carnival cruise ship is denied entry into Aruba over COVID-19 concerns The company said its carnival freedom ship was denied entry to dock at the ports of both Aruba and bonaire located near the northern coast of Venezuela The company says some on board the freedom without specifying how many are in isolation after testing positive for COVID-19 And North Carolina police chief is on unpaid leave after apparently telling officers where they can get a COVID vaccination card without getting the shot oak burrow police chief TJ Smith has been put on leave for the next two weeks and on probation for the next 6 months I'm Brad Siegel And navy ship will stay docked in Guantanamo Bay after crew members tested positive for the coronavirus Matt mattson has more The navy says those infected on the USS Milwaukee are isolated on board away from their crewmates Some of those who tested positive are experiencing mild symptoms The ship has over 100 people on board and the navy says they are 100% immunized It's unclear at this time when the ship will return to sea I'm at mattson All the calendar says it's Christmas today but many folks will go outside and not believe the calendar record warmth is set to blanket much of the U.S. today AccuWeather meteorologist Brad Anderson tells USA Today that places like Dallas Houston Oklahoma City Little Rock and Memphis all may tie or break record highs Christmas Day They could see highs in the 70s maybe the 80s whether they would typically see in early to mid October Pope Francis is urging religious leaders to show humility during this Christmas season and moving forward Michael kosner reports In his annual Christmas speech on Thursday which is being described by some Vatican workers as zinger filled the Pope criticized the cardinals of the Roman Catholic Church for what he sees as their moral failings Francis spoke of a pride filled clergy hiding behind Catholic traditions instead of seeking to humbly help the neediest people The Pope said pride and self interest are harmful to religious leader spiritual lives and corrupt the purpose of the church I'm Michael kosner With last minute shoppers prowling stores online and in person holiday sales this year Our estimated to be well over $800 billion The national retail federation reports holiday sales from November and December could be up as much as 11 and a half percent from 2020 Sales estimates for the 2021 holiday season are predicted to be between 840 billion 859 $1 billion Arnold Schwarzenegger is giving to veterans this Christmas He took to Twitter to announce he donated 25 homes to veterans who are homeless around Los Angeles.
Bill de Blasio’s Parting Insult
"Back. I'm talking to John smear, John. I just want to let you know up front. I'm in billings Montana. If I look northern, particularly northern, particularly one where it leaking fused by the lack of sunlight, I'm in Montana, but it's very beautiful here. You are, of course, in wonderful Texas. Safely in Dallas, very, very glad that I left my native New York City, where now the rejected failed mayor Bill de Blasio on his way off the ship is throwing a grenade over his back shoulder ordering that every private business force vaccination on every employee. Business of any, why would anybody do this? Why don't you just blow it off? Really? It sounds like the dumbest thing I've ever heard. I don't quite get it. Well, we're trying to explain what the branch committee is doing and why the branch committees are doing it. They have created a new religion based on a pandemic of panic, and the new religion involves absolute obedience to Caesar, surrendering the most basic autonomy over your own body. The same people who think that privacy rights give a woman, the legal right to abort a 9 month fetus. That's how big her privacy rights are. These are privacy rights are huge. You can kill with them. But they don't extend to her not taking an experimental gene therapy that's still has never been tested for safety and was never been officially approved by the
"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A U.S. politicians House speaker Nancy Pelosi says the house will vote this week on legislation aimed to punish China for its treatment of the Uyghur Muslims New York City mayor Bill de Blasio was announced a full vaccine mandate for private and public sectors December 27th full vaccination to enter workplaces France is shutting at nightclubs for four weeks open vaccination to vulnerable kids South Africa is reporting that the emergence of the omicron has not overwhelmed hospitals so far The EU health ministers are expected to discuss whether it's advisable to address the travel curves on South Africa at this point President Joe Biden says it's time to put an excise tax on big pharma for extraordinary markups A senior official at The White House has repeated that tomorrow's video conference between presidents Biden and Putin will be used to warn Russia against taking military action against Ukraine risk of severe economic penalties and The White House has announced that the president is looking at the possibility of banking sanctions on Russia if it evades Ukraine And the U.S. Justice Department has sued Texas in an effort to block its new redistricting plan for congressional seats And JPMorgan Chase executive director chief executive director Patrick mahan I should say has testified at Jelena Maxwell's sex trafficking trial that Jeffrey Epstein transferred $31 million to her in 1999 In San Francisco I met Baxter This is Bloomberg Brian All right thanks very much It's time now for the day break Asia media and tea leaves review where we look at some of Asia's top stories and leading newspapers and on media websites From Xinhua Chinese Premier League coaching says that China has a lot of resilience in its economy and is solid underpinning for development Lee said China has the confidence and the ability to meet its major targets for both this year and over the longer term From the Nike in Japan that Japan will limit the number of.
"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Y dot org now with the latest on what's happening in New York and around the world Here's Michael Barr Thank you very much Nathan governor Kathy huckel says New Yorkers and upstate communities are seeing spikes go up in COVID-19 cases And again they could face more pandemic restrictions if infection rates fail to drop Governor hoeke says the western part of the state has the highest COVID infection rates There's a lot of disinformation out there A lot of lies That's where combating that people are seeing something on social media on Facebook and they're treating as if it's gospel truth despite the fact that their own doctor may have a different message for them The governor also said anyone who feels they're at high risk of getting COVID-19 should get a booster shot New York City mayor Bill de Blasio says crowds will once again fill Times Square This New Year's Eve the mayor says that proof of COVID-19 vaccination is required for revelers who want to watch the ball drop in person In Times Square we want it to be big we want it to be full of life who want it to be a great New York celebration Guess what everyone A big strong full strength celebration It's coming back This New Year's Eve Times Square everyone come on down we're celebrating Mayor de Blasio says people who can't be vaccinated because of a disability will have to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test Jurors will resume deliberations today in Kenosha Wisconsin and the trial of Kyle rittenhouse The panel met for a full day yesterday on charges the 18 year old shot three men killing two last year during a night of protest Prosecutors say rittenhouse provoked a confrontation while the defense says he feared for his life and acted in self defense Yesterday jurors asked for copies of the jury instructions legal expert attorney China Lloyd is with Cochrane firm The fact that they even asked for their own copies means that they're being very careful thoughtful and deliberate They each want to be able to interpret things possibly make notes about these jury instructions Attorney general Lloyd also says rittenhouse picked random names out of a drum to set up the jury from 18 people down to 12 The self described QAnon shaman will be sentenced today for his part in the January 6th capitol attack Prosecutors want Jacob chansley sentenced to more than four years in prison Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts to more than a hundred 20 countries I'm Michael Barr This is Bloomberg Nathan Thank.
NYC's De Blasio Says He Wants Children Ages 5-11 to Show Proof of Vaccination
"So Bill de Blasio the governor of New York the bosio happens to be a communist The bosio's leaving office rather soon He's got a new mayor elect coming in Eric Adams So the ball Zio's figure to himself well listen I've already disgraced myself over 8 years in office driven New York City into the ground made this once shining Mecca of economics and tourism into a hellhole in downtown Manhattan and other areas where places crime is running rampant and he's turned around all of the developments of the Giuliani era So before he leaves office he wants to make sure to stick it to you in the general public one last time Queue up for me come on Jim this is mayor Bill de Blasio saying that he's thinking about requesting proof of vaccination for your 5 and 11 year old To basically do anything going to store to feed themselves go into store to get clothes any of that stuff You want to bring your kids with you May have to stick them with the jab Here's the Blasio At what point will you ask them to also start checking for vax cards for 5 to 11 year olds That's a very good question And honestly one we need to focus on now We wanted to get to the day where we actually could vaccinate the youngest New Yorkers and get that rolling 5 to 11 year olds so just to be clear a virus with a survival rate of 5 to 11 year olds over 99% The ball Zio thinks it's a good idea to demand that the parents vaccinate their kids under emergency use authorization Do you think that's a good idea Bill de Blasio and epidemiologist virologist spike protein expert what is Bill de Blasio The answer is he's a communist who's never had a real job in
"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Opinions worldwide team of editors and columnists I'm your host June grosso This week we examine Facebook's rebranding All so on the show why we should stop playing nice with Russian hackers Plus the battle against securities fraud hits financial Twitter But first New York City's gifted and talented program has faced critiques for years with many toting its racist standardized practices as detrimental to a child's education But while mayor Bill de Blasio has promised reform of the system a complete overhaul will fall on his successor Opinion columnist Andrea Gabor joins us to explain how these reforms might happen What are the complaints against having separate gifted and talented classrooms in schools Well there are a number And I think we need to make a distinction between separate gifted and talented programs and the way it works in New York which is sort of an extreme case So one of the objections is that it exacerbates segregation So New York City for example over two thirds of students are black and Latino but the gifted and talented programs it's almost exactly the same ratio is white and Asian So that's one of the problems Then again in New York you have the system where four year olds are being tested for admission to these gifted and talented programs before they even get to kindergarten And part of the problem there is that that's completely inappropriate from a developmental standpoint because kids especially very young kids develop at very different rates So famously Albert Einstein didn't even speak in full sentences until he was 5 or 6 years old So he may not have made it into a gifted and talented program in New York City And then there's the larger issue of do you make these decisions based solely on a single test When in fact children show their gifts and their talents and all sorts of different ways So there are multiple reasons why this is problematic So mayor de Blasio at the very end of his administration started wanting to change the system What does his successor Eric Adams say Yeah mayor de Blasio kind of kicked the can down the road didn't he So our new mayor Eric Adams has said that he is in favor of gifted and talented programs he wants to expand them He has been unclear about what he means he said that he's not in favor of the four year old test that he would give tests at different points in time So it's a little unclear exactly what he wants but he's clearly more favorably disposed to the gifted and talented programs as they have existed than de Blasio was at the end of his term One thing I should add here is that there have been new approaches to how best to educate all students and to how to kind of lift more boats For a very very long time And they've been widely acknowledged to be very positive approaches that basically really try to tap into the interests of students and then to measure not just what they know but how they can apply what they know through writings for presentations et cetera et cetera And this has found its way into state assessments in places like New Hampshire and Vermont It's found its way into the new AP American history and civics test And even in a new experiment that's being conducted in New York around the region's exam which all high school students have to pass So we've known for a really long time that there are better pedagogical approaches but ever since no child left behind at the beginning of the aught we as a country have had an obsession with testing Not just as a way of measuring outcomes but with this notion that somehow miraculously by testing more and more and more which by the way these tests are very expensive that you would have better outcomes And you have teachers teaching for the test too which is another problem Yeah absolutely And so one of the things that we have decried in this country especially since the onset of the Trump era was this kind of diminishing knowledge of civics among Americans While teaching to the test the tests have been mostly focused on math and English So that's where a lot of the concentration has gone So yeah that's really sort of a pernicious side effect Now one thing that we also know about these new approaches to education that are more holistic that happened to the interests of students and therefore engage them more is that this is not an easy way to teach And it is not dumb down education In fact if anything it's harder because teachers have to have deep subject matter knowledge students have to produce work that it's like a little mini feces in many cases where they have to research and write and give presentations and so forth And that takes a lot of training So for many years that money hasn't been available to give teachers that kind of in depth training One could argue that now with the new Biden legislation if it ever gets passed that there will be more money for K through 12 education and that a good way to spend it would be on that kind of teacher training You mentioned enrichment music art and chess You know I forget how long ago it was that music and art sort of went by the wayside You know absolutely And this again goes to the whole question of what is the purpose of education I mean there are many purposes to education including developing citizens the civics aspect but also sparking that interest in knowledge and that interest in learning And that comes in many different ways And music and art and things like chess absolutely do that So we think of those as little extras but they are really an integral part and should be an integral part of children's development Thanks Andrea.
"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A child's education But while mayor Bill de Blasio has promised reform of the system a complete overhaul will fall on his successor Opinion columnist Andrea Gabor joins us to explain how these reforms might happen What are the complaints against having separate gifted and talented classrooms in schools Well there are a number And I think we need to make a distinction between separate gifted and talented programs and the way it works in New York which is sort of an extreme case So one of the objections is that it exacerbates segregation So New York City for example over two thirds of students are black and Latino but the gifted and talented programs it's almost exactly the same ratio is white and Asian So that's one of the problems Then again in New York you have the system where four year olds are being tested for admission to these gifted and talented programs before they even get to kindergarten And part of the problem there is that that's completely inappropriate from a developmental standpoint because kids especially very young kids develop at very different rates So famously Albert Einstein didn't even speak in full sentences until he was 5 or 6 years old So he may not have made it into a gifted and talented program in New York City And then there's the larger issue of do you make these decisions based solely on a single test When in fact children show their gifts of their talents and all sorts of different ways So there are multiple reasons why this is problematic So mayor de Blasio at the very end of his administration started wanting to change the system What does his successor Eric Adams say Yeah mayor de Blasio kind of kicked the can down the road didn't he So our new mayor Eric Adams has said that he is in favor of gifted talented programs He wants to expand them He has been unclear about what he means he said that he's not in favor of the four year old test that he would give tests at different points in time So it's a little unclear exactly what he wants but he's clearly more favorably disposed to the gifted and talented programs as they have existed than de Blasio was at the end of his term One thing I should add here is that there have been new approaches to how best to educate all students and to how to kind of lift more boats For a very very long time And they've been widely acknowledged to be very positive approaches that basically really try to tap into the interests of students and then to measure not just what they know but how they can apply what they know through writings for presentations et cetera et cetera And this has found its way into state assessments in places like New Hampshire and Vermont It's found its way into the new AP American history and civics test And even in a new experiment that's being conducted in New York around the regions exam which all high school students have to pass So we've known for a really long time that there are better pedagogical approaches but ever since no child left behind at the beginning of the aught we as a country have had an obsession with testing Not just as a way of measuring outcomes but with this notion that somehow miraculously by testing more and more and more by the way these tests are very expensive that you would have better outcomes And you have teachers teaching for the test too which is another problem Yeah absolutely And so one of the things that we have decried in this country especially since the onset of the Trump era was this kind of diminishing knowledge of civics among Americans While teaching to the test the tests have been mostly focused on math and English So that's where a lot of the concentration has gone So yeah that's really sort of a pernicious side effect Now one thing that we also know about these new approaches to education that are more holistic that tap into the interests of students and therefore engage them more is that this is not an easy way to teach And it is not dumb down education In fact if anything it's harder because teachers have to have deep subject matter knowledge students have to produce work that it's like a little mini feces in many cases where they have to research and write and give presentations and so forth And that takes a lot of training So for many years that money hasn't been available to give teachers that kind of in depth training One could argue that now with the new Biden legislation if it ever gets passed that there will be more money for K through 12 education and that a good way to spend it would be on that kind of teacher training You mentioned enrichment music art and chess You know I forget how long ago it was that music and art sort of went by the wayside You know absolutely And this again goes to the whole question of what is the purpose of education I mean there are many purposes to education including developing citizens the civics aspect but also sparking that interest in knowledge and that interest in learning And that comes in many different ways And music and art and things like chess absolutely do that So we think of those as little extras but they are really an integral part It should be an integral part of children's development Thanks Andrea That's.
"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"About three hours long it's broken down into 15 video lessons I'm Scott Carr And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg news room Mayor Bill de Blasio says the city has contingencies to maintain adequate staffing and public safety including mandatory overtime and extra shifts as the city is bracing for Monday Police officers firefighters garbage collectors and most other city workers face to 5 p.m. Friday deadline to show proof they've gotten at least one dose of the COVID vaccine Workers who don't comply will be put on unpaid leave starting on Monday Four Brooklyn firefighters from ladder one 13 have been relieved of duty this happened Friday after they took their fire engine well on duty to a local state senator's office near their firehouse With the lights of the engine on and in full uniform the firefighters reportedly asked the staff for state senator zelner Mari's home address wanting to let the community know they will have blood on their hands with the city's COVID-19 vaccine mandates such effect Myrie who was not at his office at the time of the protest says this is a highly inappropriate incident perpetrated by those sworn to protect the community they serve I continue to be disturbed by folks who think that it's okay to treat staff this way and to treat anyone this way particularly in the context that entity entrusted with keeping that state using that safety apparatus to intimidate and to send the threats 77% of FDNY members are currently vaccinated citywide Goldman Sachs Group economists said they now expect inflation will force the Federal Reserve to hike interest rates next July In a report to clients late Friday economists led by January said the fed will raise its benchmark from a range of zero to a quarter percentage point soon after it stops tapering its massive asset purchase program Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I am Susanna Palmer This is.
"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"President Biden is condemning images of border patrol agents on horseback and fronting Haitian refugees on the southern border of Texas Bryan shook has more During a White House news conference Biden called the images horrible and said there will be consequences He also called it embarrassing dangerous and wrong Biden said such images send the wrong messages to the U.S. and the world I'm Bryan shook The manhunt for Brian laundry resumes this weekend in the Florida wetlands the FBI issued an arrest warrant for laundry this week In connection with the death and disappearance of his fiance Gabby patito she was last seen in late August her remains were found last weekend in Wyoming United Airlines is being hit with a fine for long tarmac delays The Department of Transportation find united nearly $2 million for 25 delays that affected more than 3200 passengers airlines must allow passengers the opportunity to return to the terminal after more than three hours on the tarmac for domestic flights I'm Brad Siegel And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom Some of the nation's most aggressive COVID-19 vaccine mandates are set to take effect Monday in New York and that could bring staff shortages We get more from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini Some state municipal employees are continuing to resist getting a COVID vaccine And that is leaving the prospect of potentially thousands of healthcare workers and teachers being forced off the job next week Despite calls from unions and administrators to delay the mandates governor Kathy hoka and mayor Bill de Blasio are showing no sign of backing down Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg radio It's believed around 6000 teachers are unvaccinated In Connecticut hundreds of school bus drivers say they will walk off the job Monday to protest vaccine mandates The union that represents nearly 60 bus companies says the statewide shortage of drivers is already massive and will be made much worse if 300 workers refuse to drive their routes Mayor Bill de Blasio says he'll tour Rikers Island next week as the jail complex faces a staffing shortage and increased violence Staten Island councilman Joe barelli says the prisoner intake issues at Rikers Island could have been avoided but a new admissions jail started in 2013 was never completed It would have taken the place of the intake facility that's now the subject of much concern De Blasio has pledged to visit next week follows the calls of numerous officials who urged him to see the chaotic conditions at Rikers firsthand China ever grant groups electric car units said there is no guarantee it can pay its debt The statement confirmed an earlier report by Bloomberg news that China ever gone new energy vehicle group had missed salary payments to some of its employees and had fallen behind on paying a number of suppliers for factory equipment The New York football giants are honoring franchise legend Eli Manning this weekend and retiring his number ten Jersey Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This is Bloomberg.
"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Weekly random COVID-19 tests of unvaccinated students in an attempt to more quickly spot outbreaks in classrooms Mayor Bill de Blasio also says the city will change its quarantine approach in schools no longer requiring unvaccinated students to quarantine at home if they are masked Both these ideas as I mentioned have been on the table To go to the CDC guidance on quarantine And to go to the weekly testing we're doing them in combination De Blasio made the move after the city's powerful teachers union also called for weekly testing the union demand came after the city was forced to shut down PS 79 in Manhattan The Department of Homeland securities investigating a heated confrontation between border patrol agents on horseback and Haitian migrants seeking asylum in the U.S. According to people familiar with the matter Homeland Security secretary Alejandro mayorkas has seen video of the agents wearing western hats and chaps chasing migrants into the Rio Grande near Del Rio Texas Meanwhile Mallorca says he fears many of the migrants are being taken advantage of by Mexican smugglers We are very concerned that Haitians who are taking this irregular migration path are receiving false information that the border is open or the temporary protected status is available Homeland Security secretary merkus A Texas Doctor Who admitted he performed an abortion in violation of a new state law has been sued One of the first legal tests of the highly restrictive statute Justin Trudeau will return ask Canadian prime minister after his Liberal Party was rejected as winning the most parliamentary seats in yesterday's election Trudeau spoke to supporters in Montreal following his election night victory What we've seen tonight is that millions of Canadians have chosen a progressive planner Trudeau however will fall short of his goal of having a majority in parliament Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts more than a 120 countries a Michael Barr this is Bloomberg Nathan Thanks Michael.
Biden Directs Federal Aid to NY, NJ After Deadly Flooding
"President Biden has directed federal aid to New York and New Jersey after deadly flooding president Biden has approved a major disaster declarations greenlighting federal aid for people in six New Jersey counties affected by devastating flooding last week and that was welcome news to New Jersey governor Phil Murphy who spent Labor Day looking at damage in hard hit Lambert fill the spirit of community in this town is extraordinary at least fifty people were killed and six eastern states as a record rainfall last Wednesday overwhelm rivers and sewer systems many point to climate change like New York City mayor bill de Blasio this is what climate change looks like it's going to take a massive investment both to stop the pain that people are feeling but also to reverse what's happening actually after
Biden, De Blasio, and Hochul Use Hurricane Ida to Push Climate Change Agenda
"Ida didn't care if you were a Democrat or Republican. Says Biden, ruler Urban This destruction is everywhere, and it's a matter of life and death. And we're all in this together. This is one of the great challenges of our time, but I'm confident we'll meet it. They're howling at the moon. And they're calling it science. They're howling at the moon, and they're calling it science. And the only people The only people who have to You have to surrender to this. It's not government bureaucrats know they're going to enrich themselves. It's not the central government. It's going to get bigger. Not the politicians know they're going to be more powerful. It's you. The working people this country. Of little relationship to the government. It's you. Shortly before the president spoke newly minted New York governor Kathy Hash oil, However, the hell you pronounce it joined the New York City mayor Bill de Blasio has done a fantastic job. Other local leaders To discuss the daunting recovery efforts underway across the New York metropolitan region. Every official who spoke made it a point to stress the need for action on human caused climate change. Human caused climate change. If it's human cause than humans must be controlled. If humans Are the evil if humans are the problem. Than humans must be controlled. And of course by other
More Than a Dozen Deaths After Ida Remnants Slam Northeast
"What's left of hurricane night has been battering the northeast New York City mayor bill de Blasio called it a historic weather event with record breaking rain brutal flooding and dangerous road conditions subway stations flooded in video showed vehicles up to their windows and water garbage sailing down the streets many of those who died were trapped in flooded basements in New York City power got knocked out for hundreds of thousands of people in New York New Jersey and Pennsylvania New Jersey governor Phil Murphy you know an extraordinary sadly tragic historic twenty four hours in New Jersey there's no other way to put it and the storm didn't stop there residents of southern New England woke up to flooded roads commuter delays in a flash flood warning in Plainville Connecticut first responders used boats to rescue eighteen people from a flooded neighborhood I made a fall away
New York Leaders Respond to Haiti Earthquake
"People dead and buildings reduced to rubble. Now we have reaction from leaders in New York. It was 11 years ago back in 2010 when the devastating 7.1 earthquake in Haiti killed Again hundreds of thousands of people here in New York Mayor Bill de Blasio responding. We are working with community leaders to get immediate aid to Haiti. Charlene and I are keeping our Haitian neighbors in New York and on the island in our thoughts and prayers. State Attorney General Leticia James reacting quote. We must do all that we can to support the Haitian people both in the immediate aftermath of this earthquake. And in the moments and months to come. My thoughts and prayers are with the people of Haiti and the Haitian communities here in New York foxes Alex Hogan America is listening to Fox News.
Lawmakers give Cuomo deadline in impeachment probe
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting lawmakers give new York's governor a deadline in an impeachment probe New York governor Andrew Cuomo has been given an August thirteenth deadline by state lawmakers to provide additional evidence as they investigated his conduct in office the assembly's Judiciary Committee has been investigating foremost it's March looking into sexual harassment allegations misleading the public about covert nineteen outbreaks at nursing homes and using state resources and staff for his five million dollar book deal he don Palmer was turned up earlier this week when state Attorney General Letitia James released findings of an independent investigation concluding global sexually harassed at least eleven women at a news conference Thursday New York mayor bill de Blasio he should step aside right now Cuomo has denied making any inappropriate sexual advances hi Mike Rossio
New York City to Mandate Vaccines for Indoor Activities
"To show your vaccinated to go almost anywhere inside in New York City soon. Food indoor Workout classes, concerts, some of the things New York City is known for soon. In order to participate in any of it, you'll need to be vaccinated, says Mayor Bill de Blasio, the only way To patronize these establishments indoors will be if you're vaccinated at least one dose the same for folks in terms of work, they'll need at least one dose. It's called the key to NYC pass and is the first mandate of its kind in the country. The policy will be phased in over the coming weeks with full enforcement by mid September.
NYC Will Require Vaccination Proof for Indoor Dining, Gyms
"New York City will soon require proof of covert nineteen vaccination for people participating in indoor activities like restaurants gyms and entertainment mayor bill de Blasio announced the move Tuesday the first big city in the US to impose such restrictions remained in place it's going to guarantee a much higher level of vaccination in the city and that is the key to protecting people and the key to our recovery he calls it the key to NYC and says the proof of vaccination policy goes into full effect September thirteenth with inspections and enforcement you want to participate in our society fully you got to get vaccinated Lazio says mayoral executive order and health commissioner's order are the legal tools he's using I'm Julie Walker
California, NYC to Require Employees to Get COVID-19 Vaccine
"On the city state and federal levels more Americans are being required to get cold at nineteen vaccines as the delta variants surges in California governor Gavin Newsom says it's no longer optional for government employees this is a requirement to prove event accentuated same deal in New York City mayor bill de Blasio says either get the shots or get tested once a week president Biden says the VA is now the first major federal agency requiring Kobe nineteen shots and all docs working and facilities are going to have to be vaccinated officials are encouraged acts in Asian rates are starting to rise again offering hope of those who were reluctant to are changing their minds Sager may got me at the White House
NYC to Require Vaccines or Weekly Testing for City Workers
"New York City will require nearly all municipal workers to get vaccinated by September or undergo weekly corona virus tests mayor bill de Blasio says the vaccine mandates starts September thirteenth every single city employee will be expected to be either vaccinated or be tested weekly this means everybody he says the city tried purely voluntary for over half a year and every form of incentive the limit was reached it's time for more mandates and he's urging the private sector to do the same this is about our recovery this is about what we need to do to bring back New York City this is about keeping people safe the bloody says seventy one percent of adults in the city have had at least one dose of the vaccine Julie Walker New York
NYC Requires Health Workers to Be Vaccinated or Tested Weekly
"Michael. Thank you very much. Nathan. Workers in New York City run hospitals and health clinics have a new order from Mayor Bill de Blasio. Every single one of our workers. Get vaccinated or gets tested weekly. This will begin on. August. 2nd Blasio says the new policy comes as the city battles a rise in Covid 19 cases fueled by the highly contagious Delta variant. The order applies to publicly employed nurses, doctors, social workers, custodians and registrars. Blasio didn't rule out eventually applying the same requirement teachers,
NYC Honors Essential Workers at Parade up Canyon of Heroes
"New York City held a ticker tape parade to honor essential workers to help the city get through the cove in nineteen pandemic fans March to confetti rained down as nurses doctors first responders teachers bus drivers and others rode on floats through the canyon of tall buildings from battery park to city hall what a difference a year makes the grand marshal was Sandra Lynsey New York health care workers was the first person in the country to get a free copy thank find workers the people fed us the people put their lives on the line we can't thank them enough mayor bill de Blasio rode on a float with hospital employees and the mascot for the New York Mets thank you the parade along the canyon of heroes was the latest in a one hundred and twenty five year New York City tradition Blasio said these are the folks who made history in New York city's toughest our I'm Jennifer king
Macy's Annual July 4 Fireworks to Return to New York City
"July, 4th tradition is returning. Spacey's posted a video teasing the return of Fourth of July fireworks in New York City within person viewing the 45th annual Macy's Fourth of July. Fireworks will ignite in a jaw dropping salute to our nation producer will cost promised 6500 shells and effects launched from five barges in the East River. Mayor Bill de Blasio said crowds can return because of the city's progress against the virus going to take on added meaning this year as a symbol of our rebirth Last year shows pretaped People away.
Macy's Annual July 4 Fireworks to Return to NYC
"July 4th tradition returning after a pandemic related absence we hear from ABC's Aaron Carter Ski Aces posted a video teasing the return of Fourth of July fireworks in New York City. With in person viewing the 45th annual Macy's Fourth of July. Fireworks will ignite in a jaw dropping salute to our nation producer will cost promised 6500 shells and effects launched from five barges in the East River Mayor Bill de Blasio said crowds can return because of the city's progress against the virus going to take on added Meeting this year as a symbol of our rebirth. Last year's show is pre taped to keep people away.
De Blasio Says New York Schools All in-Person, With No Remote Learning, This Fall
"That's covert infection rates come down decisions are being made about the next school year. In New York City. Public schools will be fully in person in September Mayor Bill de Blasio. I have talked to so many parents who have been wanting to hear this confirmed and I am
De Blasio foresees full reopening of New York City by July 1
"Looking forward to lifting virus restrictions by the start of July. Mayor Bill de Blasio. The things that make New York City special will be clearer than ever this summer. This is going to be the summer of New York City, nor leans is lifting
De Blasio Foresees Full Reopening of New York City by July 1
"City Mayor Bill de Blasio says he wants his city fully reopened again by July. 1st. This is gonna be the summer of New York City. We're all going to get to enjoy the city again, and people are gonna flock here from all over the country.
"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Mayor Bill de Blasio, the Big Apple fully reopening from covert 19 closures. That happens Shall I want, it means that the things that make New York City special Will be clearer than ever this summer. This is going to be the summer of New York City, and the mayor has said that that includes theaters, but he did not specify Broadway. Mayor crediting in part 6.3 million vaccinations today. Famed restaurant tour Danny Meyer has been appointed as the new chair of New York City's Economic Development Corporation. He spoke this morning during the mayor's refectory. Is happening. It's amazing confluence that I get to have the opportunity to be presented by you on the very day that you announced this morning. New York would be open on July one. We could not be more excited and grateful, Retired Long Island Congressman Republican Peter King with Bernie and said this morning here in 77 W A B C. He thinks the Hempstead woman, Jessica, move, a charge in the hit and run death of NYPD Officer and a star. So socko Should be charged with a hate crime. Bo. They voiced anti police rhetoric on our podcast prior to the deadly hidden right wise marijuana in his system. All of that, But you added together of a woman who was done Ty Cobb grand stage wanted to kill cops. And how she hated cops. Few mosaic hop down. She advantages Jana to capture later on the capture later on, I need to see in the accident.
"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Who used to sit down and play with stuff. I mean, the whole reason why Star Wars toys became the phenomenon and sparked so many you know, sparked this action figures sort of crazed toy line for a number of different reasons. The size of it was a part of it. But one of the biggest reasons was, you know, that was the first blockbuster something that grabbed the cultural zeitgeist that you couldn't immediately go and get your hands on. So his kids That was how we watched the movies over and over again was playing with the toys and, you know now I mean, for crying out loud, it's in the theater. It's not even in the theater. It's just already on TV, and you can watch it whenever you want it on demand, so that decide Time's the day it's released. I would love to see you for I would really love to see a franchise that has that type of appeal. Used that older model of scarcity is looking worry. If it works. We're gonna put it out in the theaters for this run, and then we're gonna hold off on it. You know, if it's a really popular that would Dad to me would be real. I probably wouldn't survive. It probably wouldn't work. But I just wonder you only see it now, like the only version you see of that, now apart from toys is the difference between What Disney Plus does with the majority of their of their new streaming shows versus Netflix. Netflix will go and dump the entire season on it once where I like what Disney Plus does because because they space it out, like one division, but they give you one episode one episode a week. Builds anticipation makes it feel more special, You know, And that's enough that you're right. That's the feeling you don't get much anymore. Like 2020 took a lot of that away because you didn't have the Avengers. Endgame doesn't come out until may way. Haven't had that sort of anticipation for a big Movie event thing like that, for for a long time. It feels like well, the pies have been. You know, there's so many pieces to the pie now because there's so many options available that you just you. You can't afford to be a content Creator or a major. I pee anymore and withhold that you're going to hold it for a little while to try to get some enthusiasm, But eventually you're going to see diminishing returns based on all the competition. I I am curious, though. To your to your theory or your your wish that somebody would would release something for limit for a limited amount of time and then take it away and you can't get on any streaming. I'd be very curious to see what the reaction from the public would be the only Pitfall I see is pirating right is even when something comes out theater only they're still I mean, I've heard that people manage to find copies on the Internet that they condemn down. I've heard that too. I know that, you know, Look, that's that is my that is my life. My ultimate like embark dream. Like the movie ever got made. I want to do that, right? I wanna get paid. It's always understand. Chances are you're not gonna do that, but I love it. I love it. I love the idea that if I were ever blessed enough to have the book made into a film, I think that would be read. I'd be like, Yeah, let's do it. But let's do let's do the old model. Let's just put it out there in theaters limited. Let's just hold off on everything else and then offer up other things, not the movie itself in anticipation for its release a year later, or whatever. Job, Sam. Thank you. Excellent. Top five sparked many a stimulating conversation. You're welcome figure stimulating the soul cycle instructor to the stars. We talked about her yesterday. She looks like the rest in peace thief. The lead singer of rock set Yep. On she really? I thought the picture like I couldn't be more spot on. Of the woman that got a vaccine by claiming that she's an educated well, she got it. And then she used the excuse to. She's an educator. Once people started calling around on it because she was dumb and went to her instagram account. Hey, everybody, vaccine eyes. People tell them Dad got to do spin class, right? Exactly. She's now apologized station, Griffin 52 offered the social media May a Copa after taking flak from Instagram users as well as Mayor Bill de Blasio. I'll give you Break. Nobody cares. And Bill de Blasio's mattered you or not. I want to apologize from the bottom of my heart for my recent action and receiving the vaccine, Griffin wrote. I made a terrible error in my judgment. And for that, I'm truly sorry. Shouldn't be sorry. You didn't make an air. You got offered the vaccine and you took it. You didn't do anything wrong and all of these idiots on social media that are giving her grief. Just shut up and go get a life like she went out and stole a vaccine from a pharmacist like I don't even understand why should knock down some 72 year old. Woman was like, Give me that needle. Yeah, I don't. I just don't understand this. Somebody gave it to her. Yeah, she was offered it and she took it. You'll be mad at somebody Be mad at the person that off, offered it. Yeah. Somebody offered me a vaccine. I take it absolutely whatever. But we're never getting one. So what That guy said no. E governor Walls, took our vaccines and gave them to himself. Extra. Yes, Seriously, Super back. You and I are gonna Have to get like fake ID's to get a vaccine and disguise this. I think that's good. My name is Ryan Winkler. I'm Antoine Shoe. Franco. I run a habit actually like my vaccine, please. All right, 6519895855. So we played you this yesterday but we'll play it again, Jen Psaki. So this is our don't I love this. Don't dare Maki. Jen Psaki. She's the new White House. She's to do what house press secretary Yes. So people were key to pick up on the first, you know, opening weeks of her being the White House press secretary. She doesn't know the answer to anything and she's got a bit of a crutch. I can circle back. There's more I can share with you. I'll circle back with you. If there's more to convey. I'll have to just circle back with you. We can circle back and I'm happy to circle back with you. I could circle back. I will have to circle back on that one. That's an excellent question. Such an important question. We will circle back with funeral. We'll circle back with you. It's an interesting question, but we'll circle back. I'm happy to circle back. But I'll have to circle back with you on. It's a good question. But we'll circle back with you on this today. We will certainly circle back with you more directly. I hate to disappoint you, but I will have to circle back with you on that. As well. From Red State sake saw the video and apparently let her displeasure to the video be known during the during the briefing. And last thing I want to do before we get to your questions. I often note I'm going to circle back. I hate to disappoint conservative Twitter. But I'm going to circle back on a number of things as we often do directly. Things does not think it's so salty about it. I mean, we all have. I think verbal. Crutches, which is? Yeah, Yeah, absolutely. I'll back on. Absolutely everybody. Everybody does. Well, enjoy your youth. And it helps. You know when those verbal crutches get pointed out more, you know, smart people say Thank you. Yes. Because most people don't realize when they're leaning on a crutch like that. Yeah, Like when we left on the show a lot. We take that too hard. Sorry. So, drew. You found this article from Red State That makes a really good point, right? Part of it. Money, namely, because you know we we ma ke sake and she got triggered. She made a comment, right? Do you think that you have thicker skin than that, given that she hasn't endured and won't have to endure fraction. Of the abuse that Kayleigh mcenany put up with. Let me stop here real quick by the way, Right? And there's a There's a look. No White House press secretary. Your member of the You know, member of any administration has ever immune from this type of videos, videos happening so and she's not in stock. He's only been on the gig now for a little while, right..
"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"On Monday. The Scandinavian true crime drama. The investigation arrived stateside starting at 10 9 Central on HBO Wednesday night after being pushed to the brink of extinction. See how some of the planet's most endangered creatures are slowly making a comeback in the documentary Europe's New Wild Day, viewing it 10 9 Central on most PBS stations. And that's your TV tip off on I heart radio. ABC News from Victor Old Condo, the deadliest month 95,000 American lives lost to Cove in 19 in January. It took 12 weeks for the US to record similar numbers at the start of the pandemic and coast to coast leaders say they need more vaccine. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio. We don't have the supply we need. This situation gets less and less acceptable. By the day we have the capacity to vaccinate half a million New Yorkers a week. And we're nowhere near that right now because we don't have supplies in the West, The governor of Arizona, and Health officials in Washington state say they're running out a major winter storm walloping the East Coast from Washington to Boston. Some areas in New Jersey could be looking at 2 Ft of Snow. Republicans have proposed a smaller covert relief bill at a third of the cost of President Biden's $1.9 Trillion covert relief plan. Fewer people would get stimulus checks by inviting those Republicans to the White House today to hear more. This is ABC News. Second weekend of dramatic protests in Russia over 5400 people were detained in Sunday's protests across Russia, according to a monitoring group. It highlights the huge security clampdown from authorities as people demonstrated for a second weekend running to call for Alexei Navalny's release. But authorities already signaling they won't back down Russian prosecutors on Monday saying the Putin critic should receive real prison time A court could rule on that already on Tuesday, potentially imprisoning Navalny for years. Patrick Real ABC news at the Foreign desk, confusion and frustration at mass vaccination sites. NBC's Jim Ryan is in Dallas. The city of Dallas, set out 10,000 invitations for its 5000 doses. But many of those who were invited shared the link with others who weren't eligible. The result was a mass vaccination site clogged with people who couldn't get the shot anyway. Some legitimate invitations were turned down because the vaccine had run out. Victor Oh, kendo ABC news Any credit card can offer cash back, but only discover matches all the cash back you've earned at the end of your first year. It's like getting one of those birthday cards that shaped like cash. So you already know there's cash inside before opening it, But in this case, it's stuffed with your first year cash back match. And you don't even have to send a thank you note. Cash back match on Lee by Discover Card learn more discover dot com slash match discover something brighter for the ones who know safety isn't.
"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on WTOP
"Learn more about vaccines at CDC dot gov slash coronavirus brought to you by the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services. 12 36 Day two of our two part winter weather blast Black ice the story in some parts of our region this morning after the storm dropped several inches of snow yesterday. Now we're getting some more light mixed precipitation today, but we don't expect much accumulation except for areas North of D. C. That might get another inch or two. You might want to take your time. Whether you're driving or walking today, driving a long chain bridge road, the road seems clear. But aside from the slush, some of those small puddles have turned to ice. Pulled over to check out how much snow had accumulated in a nearby park, and much of it has turned to ice. So whether you're driving or walking watch out for the icy roads and that frozen layer of snow in Vienna Melissa how w t o P. NIS, Our powerful storm is now headed up the East Coast, picking up more steam on the way from Philadelphia to New England. There's going to be a lot of snow could be a foot on the ground in many spots by later tonight, New York City will be among the hardest hit. Here's Mayor Bill de Blasio. At the most intense points, you're going to see 2 to 4 inches of snow per hour. That is extremely intense. No, that's blinding snow. You do not want to be out in that If there's any way you can avoid it. Flights in and out of New York's LaGuardia Airport have already been canceled. Latest details in our forecast in the Cheka traffic next 12 37..
"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on KOMO
"Conservative country in uniform. Executive order the president signed states America is stronger at home and around the world when it is inclusive. The military is no exception. Karen Travers. ABC NEWS Washington At the White House press secretary Jen Psaki says they'll be briefings three times a week on the Corona virus pandemic. The leaders of states and cities say they need more doses of the vaccine. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says his city Has the capacity to administer about 500,000 doses each day Buzz administered about 600,000 in total since the middle of December. I'm very hopeful gonna get answers starting this week and in the weeks ahead That will fundamentally change the reality. Just three days after California reported its largest single day death toll from the virus, the state is lifting all regional stay at home orders counties Concil keep restrictions in place, but health experts say projections are showing that California's heading towards a better place is also an ongoing effort right now to recall Governor Gavin Newsom over those restrictions. Former President Trump faces a second impeachment trial. The House will transmit the article of impeachment tonight to the Senate. The trial to begin February 9th and Attorney for Dominion Voting Systems. Tom Claire was asked if the company could sue the president as they announced a $1.2 billion defamation lawsuit against Rudy Giuliani over his fraud claims. We're looking at everybody on what role they played in either making statements themselves about Dominion or perpetuating this the false statements that were made Giuliani has threatened a countersuit. You're listening to ABC News. Stay.
"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The world this morning with Michael Barker Morning, Michael Good morning to you, Nathan, officials say, 15 New York City run Corona virus vaccination hubs. Are postponing all first dose appointments as the city waits for more vaccine supplies. Mayor Bill de Blasio says that the shortage comes as the city gears up to inoculate ever growing numbers of people against the coronavirus. Said 45,000 vaccine doses were administered Wednesday in the city and the daily number will grow. If the city gets more doses. We're gonna be a 50,000 day and more very soon. If we have the vaccine to go with it, we've had two and I think it's just tremendously sad that as we have so many people want the vaccine and so much ability to give the vaccine. What's happening for lack of supply. We're actually having to cancel appointments. DiBlasio says He is hopeful that President Joe Biden will use the Defense Production act to get more vaccines produced. Port Authority released a new plan to replace its neglected, overcrowded midtown bus terminal Board Authority officials say replacing it will take a decade at least and billions of dollars. New five story terminal will be able to handle almost 40% more passengers. Congress has sent President Biden the bill to allow retired General Lloyd Austin to be secretary of defense. How's he easily passed a waiver that would allow Austin to hold the position. The Senate soon followed on this vote. The ayes or 69. The nays are 27, the 60 vote threshold having been achieved The bill is passed. Lawmakers had to approve a waiver for Austin because he retired from the service within the last seven years. He would be the first black secretary of defense in U. S history. President Biden will seek a five year extension of the new Start Arms control treaty with Russia. It comes as the new director of national intelligence Average lanes. Has their first big assignment. Find out what Russia did last year. White House press secretary Jen Psaki. The president is also issuing, issuing a tasking to the intelligence community for its full assessment of the solar winds. Cyber breach Russian interference in the 2020 election. Its use of chemical weapons against opposition leader Alexei Navalny and the alleged bounties on U. S soldiers in Afghanistan. A group of Senate Democrats filed a complaint to the ethics committee seeking an investigation of Republican senators Ted Cruz and Josh Holly, accusing them of spreading baseless claims of election fraud that contributed to the January 6 storming of the capital. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts more than 120 countries. Michael Barnes, This is Bloomberg. Nathan, I'm Michel. Thank you. Almost 5 10 on Wall Street time for the Bloomberg Sports Update. Good Friday morning, John Stand sharing. All right, thanks. David Salad win for the next to start the four game road trip. They scored. 40 points in the first quarter went on to beat Golden State 1 19 1 of 46..
"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"For our Ask the mayor segment my questions and yours. For Mayor Bill de Blasio at 646435 70 to 80 or tweet a question. Just use the Hashtag asked the mayor and Good morning, Mr Mayor. Welcome back to W N. Y C. Good morning, Brian. How you doing today? I'm doing all right. Thank you, And it's caused her coming in. Let's begin on the lawsuit that New York state attorney general a tissue James announced yesterday against the NYPD over abuses that her investigation turned up during the racial justice protests last summer, including, she says. Beating protesters with batons and bicycles and arresting legal observers and even medics and she blamed you and the commissioner for failing to train supervise, stop or discipline officers who engaged in this conduct. And so she wants a court appointed monitor to make sure police behave properly at future protests. Will you contest that request or cooperate with it? I met with the attorney general and share the goal and that's what we're doing right now of continuing fundamental changes in the NYPD. We did too exhaustive investigations or department vesting Gatien and our law department. I ordered those investigations. They made very clear what we need to do better. I've accepted all the recommendations has has the police commissioner, We're implementing them right now. So a court process doesn't help us speed reform it often in my view, slows it down. We're gonna move forward Reforms today. Today, literally we're announcing But I think will revolutionize the police disciplinary process. The disciplinary matrix that will make clear exactly what the range of penalties are for any offensive when a police officer does something wrong. And makes that very public and very consistent. We're moving forward reform and by the way on top of seven years getting rid of stop and frisk retraining, all our officers de escalation, implicit bias training, host of fundamental reforms, reducing arrest, reducing incarceration. We're going to keep doing that. But the city Is doing that work. When I believe when there's a commitment in the executive branch and the legislative branch, we're gonna be passing a serious of additional reforms in the next two months with the City Council. That process, based on those elected to serve is the best way to get things done. You acknowledged a lot of what the A G charges last month when, as you say, your own Department of investigation came to similar conclusions on dive asked you previously if any disciplinary actions have been taken against any officers or systemic changes made, and the answer is usually it's coming. Why not allow a court to oversee the NYPD during responses to protests it would take for future mayor's It would take the politics out of it. No, I don't think this is about politics. I think there's about the will of the people. The people sent me here to make changes in the NYPD and we have done that incessantly and there's a lot more coming their way to. You see this disciplinary matrix. It's been out in draft form. But it's gonna fundamentally change. This is gonna be one of the biggest steps forward and police discipline in the history of this city, And that process has been going on for months and months. So that's what actually happening. I want to give the city Council credit to the City Council has moved a host of reforms, which I've supported. S o. We know right now in New York City, if I gave you the list of every major police reform, this happened last seven years generated by my administration, the City Council or both. It is a clear, clear trajectory. We're making fundamental changes. I would I want to make clear to what you said earlier, Brian, I have said we're making systemic changes as we have throughout. We accepted every single one. The department investigations reforms and they're being implement already and so to get a judge involved to me slows things down. It doesn't speed up, especially when you have the full commitment. Both the executive and the legislative branch. Can you give us one top line reform from the announcement that it sounds like you're gonna make later today? Yes, the without getting into details. It's going to be formally announced, but I'll give you the top line for any offenses committed by a police officer. There's now going to be a mandatory range. Of penalty and for many of those offenses and let's be clear. God forbid. We don't want to ever see an officer do something wrong. But if they do, and a number of officers were disciplined as a result of what happened in May and June Even officer does something wrong, They get due process. But this just one matrix makes very clear what the outcome's must be and on a number of serious offenses, the outcome will be termination. We have a caller about a specific police discipline case, So I'm going to take that call of first Alex in Sheepshead Bay around W m I C with the mayor. Hello, Alex. Hi there. Thanks for taking my call. On December 18th During this segment, the mayor was asked why the NYPD had failed. Serve the CCR be charges. An officer Wai Wain Isaacs for the 2016 killing of Del Ron Small despite the CCR be sent charges to the NYPD in October. During that segment, you said you didn't know and would find out. This week, The NYPD was asked the same question and the City Council hearing and they also had no answer. What is the holdup here? And when are you going to ensure the NYPD serves charges on Isaac and schedules a discipline hearing so he could be fired for killing dela Ron Small. I appreciate the question. I had initial conversation with the chair of the Sea Sarabi, but I need to finish that conversation. We will have a formal answer next week. Formal answer. Next week. I was going to ask you the same thing following up on that caller from December and I want to ask you one bigger picture question. About that case, a ZAY understand it. Originally, both Officer Isaacs and NYPD officials Initially claimed that small physically assaulted the cop, prompting him to fire in self defense. The This is I'm quoting the description and gothamist That surveillance video released shortly after the incident appeared to contradict that narrative showing small falling to the ground almost immediately after walking up to the side of the vehicle. So my question is if surveillance video contradicted the department's official account..
"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Counts the electoral college votes next week. Penn says president of the Senate will oversee the session on Wednesday and declare the winner of the White House race. Meanwhile, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio facing some push back over his New year's a celebration, it's good to be in charge. While city officials cleared away crowds from New York's famed Times Square had a New Year's Eve celebrations. Mayor Bill de Blasio, his wife in a small group of others were able to party in 2021 in the age of covert. Democratic. His wife, waltzing in front of several large champagne bottles is confetti rained down to the bright lights of Times Square. The mayor's office posting the dance on its Twitter account response has been overwhelmingly critical, with many asking why de Blasio gets to celebrate in Times Square. Well, nearly everyone else was banned boxes Tom Graham and a grim milestone in California as the state started the New Year by reporting a record 585 coronavirus steps in a single day, Governor Gavin Newsom's office says California Will start working with the U. S. Army to evaluate an upgrade. Outdated oxygen delivery systems at six Los Angeles area hospitals, plus the highly contagious Corona virus strain is found in Florida. This new, highly contagious virus variant was first detected late last night in the state of Florida. It comes as public health officials are already closely tracking this virus. It's spread in Colorado and California earlier this week after crossing the pond from Britain. Now Florida Public Health officials tweeted 8 15 last night. In Florida has evidence of the first identified case of the UK covert 19 variant and Martin County, the individuals and male in his twenties with no history of travel boxes. Gillian Turner America is listening to Fox News. Celebrate Got healthy weight resolutions. The Vitamin Shoppe has your back. New year. New fuel like force factors. Lean.