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"mayor sam liccardo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:04 min | 7 months ago

"mayor sam liccardo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"100 Children have spent time there since March. There will be several rounds of cleaning before the conventions return in August, the San Jose City Council starting the process of requiring gun owners to carry liability insurance and pay the city of fee. Mayor Sam Liccardo is plan is the first of its kind in the nation, he says the fee will probably be a couple dozen dollars. That's an awkward way to say it and will help cover city expenses, he says. Caused by gun violence, US pulling forces from one of its bases in Afghanistan. U. S forces are understood to have left Bagram airbase. The airfield near Kabul was the epicenter of American military operations in Afghanistan. The handover to Afghan forces is a strong indication the U. S is close to ending its Afghan mission. President Biden says it's time Afghans decided their own future but they have been stark warnings about the country's security with Taliban militants making rapid territorial gains that Simon Owen reporting from London. The Labor Department releases the jobs report for June today, Steve Rapp reports. National employment report from the firm. Automatic data Processing, says American employers added 692,000 private sector jobs last month. Economists surveyed by The Wall Street Journal predict a gain of 550,000 jobs and estimate the unemployment rate will drop to 5.6% on the jobless front. The Labor Department reporting yesterday that first time weekly unemployment benefits fell to their lowest level since the pandemic began. June is the first month where unemployed workers in many states lost the extra weekly supplement of $300 from the federal government. Up. Until now, Alcohol companies have only been able to ship their products through UPS and FedEx, not the U. S. Postal Service that could be changing soon. New legislation being introduced would allow the USPS to mail, wine, beer and other spirits directly to those who are of legal drinking age. If Congress decides to reverse the ban on alcohol shipping officials say it could increase the USPS revenue by a projected $180 million, the nonprofit San Diego gives is gearing up for its first annual giving day..

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"mayor sam liccardo" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"mayor sam liccardo" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Be part of the solution and not part of the problem it's a virus is gonna spread we're not gonna stop that from happening we got to be smart about who susceptible to Kim says some restrictions like those for nursing homes will stay in place dozens of states mainly across the south and west have seen spikes in new cobit nineteen cases in recent weeks for NPR news I'm Sam Whitehead in Atlanta a federal judge in Los Angeles says children held in ice family detention centers must be released within three weeks because of the corona virus pandemic NPR's Dave missteps reports children who have been detained by immigration and customs enforcement for more than twenty days I've been ordered released from the facilities two located in Texas and one in Pennsylvania according to the ruling issued Friday by judge Dolly M. G. one hundred twenty four children were living in those facilities as of June eighth G. criticized the trump administration for lack of compliance with corona virus recommendations from the centers for disease control and prevention at ice facilities G. road to the detention centers quote are on fire and there's no more time for half measures in total more than two thousand five hundred immigrants in ice detention have tested positive for the corona virus they've missed H. NPR news Russian officials are dismissing a report that Moscow offered bounties on U. S. troops in Afghanistan calling it nonsense as NPR's Lucian Kim reports from Moscow Russia's foreign ministry says the story was planted citing US intelligence officials The New York Times reported Friday that Russian military operatives had offered Islamic militants bounties on US and allied forces fighting in Afghanistan the Russian foreign ministry responded with an angry statement issued to state news agencies the ministry said the story demonstrates the low intellectual faculties of the propagandists at U. S. intelligence the foreign ministry also accused U. S. intelligence of involvement in drug trafficking in Afghanistan and of trying to hobble the attempts of Russian and US diplomats to end the fighting there Lucy in camp NPR news Moscow this is NPR live from KQED news I'm Queenie Kim Saturday officials are calling for an investigation and the firing of police officers who were allegedly involved in posting racist comments in an online group KQED Shannon Lynn has more the allegations were made public on Friday in an article published on medium a person claiming to be the partner of a bay area law enforcement officers said current and former San Jose police officers were posting racist and anti Muslim comments in a private Facebook page the comments range from denouncing the black lives matter movement as unamerican it to a plot to assassinate a prominent black activists in one case officers claimed to have targeted women for minor traffic violations because they were wearing the jobs San Jose mayor Sam Liccardo and San Jose police chief Eddie Garcia have called for the investigation and firing of officers responsible mayor Sam Liccardo says he is also pushing for changes that would prevent the rehiring of fired police officers I'm channeling KQED news the California assembly passed the final version of the state budget on Friday the spending plan which closes a fifty four billion dollar deficit now goes to governor Gavin Newsom for his signature KQED's Katie your reports the legislature had previously passed a placeholder budget.

"mayor sam liccardo" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"mayor sam liccardo" Discussed on KGO 810

"The union well the police department says they will be adjusting their transportation transportation needs accordingly and that they are committed to the safety and first amendment rights of those they serve the department message said we recognize we're in the midst of a difficult emotionally charged time as we come to terms with the painful truths about the kind of policing that took George Floyd's life in Minneapolis mayors of some of California's largest cities say approval of three hundred fifty million dollars and flexible spending for homeless programs is vital to getting the people off the streets and into stable housing they also support the governor's proposal under debate in the legislature to use six hundred million dollars in federal relief money to buy hotels and motels and turn them into homeless shelters them as a mayor Sam Liccardo saying the state needs to work with cities to fix homelessness of course it will cost money add it whatever is suspect we know it's going to be challenging in this budgetary cycle whatever it costs will be a bargain compared to the alternative of doing nothing the mayor say the money is needed to support families who face homelessness when moratoriums on evictions run out in just a few months the California judicial leaders are ending a statewide policy of imposing zero bail for misdemeanors and lower level felonies the policy had reduced jail populations by more than twenty thousand suspects during the early stages of the pandemic the state's judicial council says the policy help ease crowding in jails which are potential hot spot for spreading the virus law enforcement leaders criticized the bill reduction public defender said the zero bail should continue and we will take a look at your a ride around the bay area with heather next on KGO we are still here in the bay area after all and heather's checking looking to ride not left with much incidents lies from the chill not about a traffic.

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"mayor sam liccardo" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"mayor sam liccardo" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The recession is ending including surprising made job gains Powell has said the federal hold rates down until it sees full recovery for NPR news I'm Steve back the Dow is down two hundred twenty five points since the open this is NPR news live from KQED news I'm Brian what several bay area city leaders have proposed changes in their police departments in response to protests to wrapping around the country KQED's Holly J. McGee reports activists have been demanding police accountability for decades and now advocates like Russia I dove was Silicon Valley de bug see the movement has unprecedented momentum and the energy he says must be met with ground breaking change we want to match it sounds a without the police we have to be bold because otherwise we're still going to continue to see the hashtag on the bodies on the ground the San Jose mayor Sam Liccardo says going that far would put the community at risk instead he's proposed other changes like banning rubber bullets in crowds and expanding the power of the city's police auditor meanwhile say Francisco mayor London breed has pledged to re direct funding from police to the black community in a planned due by August activist Felicia Jones says he's waiting to see how bold that proposal will be I am a complete investment in blacks at Franciscan that crosses all of the disparities in Oakland the school board will consider measure on Wednesday to dissolve the district's police force does remains with the black organizing projects is back it's our hope history an awful lot of change the San Jose city council will hold a hearing on police use of force today I'm holiday Majeed KQED news there's more bay area and California coverage at KQED dot org I'm Brian what support comes from Oakland International Airport the heart of the bay area and the soul of the East Bay ready to.

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"mayor sam liccardo" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"mayor sam liccardo" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Need that unity Conway was among many others in line calling for police reform it locally there were six officer involved shootings in Houston in five weeks leading up to George Floyd's death a private funeral service will be held later this morning then Floyd will be buried next to his mother for NPR news I'm out here in Houston this is primary day in five states Georgia South Carolina West Virginia Nevada and North Dakota in Georgia democratic candidates are vying to see who will challenge Republican senator David Perdue in November Purdue is seeking a second term in office this is NPR news from Washington live from KQED news I'm Brian white in Oakland several bay area city leaders have proposed changes in their police departments in response to protests to wrapping around the country KQED's Holly J. make deep reports activists have been demanding police accountability for decades and now advocates like ros shy Dev was Silicon Valley de bug see the movement has unprecedented momentum and the energy he says must be met with groundbreaking change we want to match it sounds way without the police we have to be bold because otherwise we're still going to continue to see the hashtag on the bodies on the ground but soon as a mayor Sam Liccardo says going that far would put the community at risk instead he's proposed other changes like banning rubber bullets in crowds and expanding the power of the city's police auditor meanwhile say Francisco mayor London breed has pledged to re direct funding from police to the black community in a planned due by August activist Felicia Jones she's waiting to see how bold that proposal will be several companies investment in blacks at Franciscan that crosses all of the disparities in Oakland the school board will consider measure on Wednesday to dissolve the district's police force does remains with the black organizing projects as back as her hope history an awful lot of change the San Jose city council will hold a hearing on police use of force.

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"mayor sam liccardo" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"mayor sam liccardo" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We got to see him with the pain that picture in my mind when he was on the ground in the office of what's on his neck with his knee and it took me right to that moment and instantly I started weaving inside Roberson and others saying the moment is providing a sense of closure but also inspiration for change and reform members of the Houston police department arrive to pay their respects along with governor Greg Abbott who came to the church after visiting with the Ford family friend PR news I'm out here in Houston king rational Democrats have unveiled sweeping legislation to overhaul police practices in the US the measure comes in the wake of the massive protests that were touched off by the death of George Floyd house speaker Nancy Pelosi says the justice in policing act includes numerous reforms it will demilitarize the police by limiting the transfer of military weaponry to state and local police departments it will combat police brutality by requiring body and dashboard cameras banning choke holds no knock warrants in drug cases and embracing racial profiling measure would also make it easier for people to file lawsuits when police departments violate their civil rights and for the first time would make lynching a federal hate crime you're listening to NPR news in Washington live from KQED news I'm terrace Eiler was San Jose's budget expected out today the city's mayor is rejecting calls to defund its police department KQED's additive of the movie reports in a statement mayor Sam Liccardo wrote quote efforts to define police budgets will undermine substandard efforts at police reform that puts him at odds with San Francisco's London breed who announced plans to redirect funds from the San Francisco's police department to community programs protesters throughout the bay area are demanding a host of reforms to force accountability from officers and departments when police brutality happens just last week an implicit bias trainer for the San Jose PD was struck by a rubber bullet during a protest leading Liccardo to call for a full review of San Jose's use of force policies I am I did the bundle moody KQED news after being closed for more than two months you symmetry national park will reopen at seven AM on Thursday but things will be different Paul Rodgers managing editor Katie science and environment writer Beth mercury news has more for the first time in the park's history you'll need a reservation to drive in for the day that's because parks officials.

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"mayor sam liccardo" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"mayor sam liccardo" Discussed on KGO 810

"Ten good morning mark Thompson here San Jose lifting curfews curfews lifted actually on in a couple of different areas of morning that's right both of San Francisco and San Jose just lifted their curfews this morning at five AM so that's really just a few minutes ago these were put into place in order to deal with protests that sometimes turn destructive let's go to San Francisco first where mayor London breed issued that curfew on Sunday after looting and vandalism in the city but yesterday she announced an end to the order saying the city will continue to facilitate any peaceful demonstrations in San Jose the city council voted to amend the curfew after some residents argued it violated their civil rights including the right to assemble the San Jose police chief has said the curfew is a tool to help keep the peace and crack down on crime some business owners are worried about more looting now that the curfews over but mayor Sam Liccardo made it clear they could put in place again if needed so now we're just getting back to the good old days and we're all just kind of sheltered at home is a combination my gosh I I you know I would say gosh I sure hope the protesters will go out to get tested just to trying keep everybody safe we got to know if you're carrying this thing since you put yourself at risk for you know a really good cause but you're still you're still putting yourself at risk email I want to know yesterday you said another two senators came out against the photo op stump the trump yes said well actually three of them okay Mike and she she said you didn't say who they were upset but safe quickly please.

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"mayor sam liccardo" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"mayor sam liccardo" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And practical curfews really our cities around California have set curfews in the wake of protests over the killing of George Floyd but some cities like San Francisco or changing changing back and lifting curfews also attends San Jose mayor Sam Liccardo was the guest on form he's going to discuss that city's response to widespread demonstrations against police violence ten thirty form discusses attacks on the news media journalists covering nationwide protests against the police killing of George Floyd had been shot with rubber bullets advocates say it's threatening the rights of a free press all nine to eleven today on KQ weedy it's morning edition from NPR news I'm Steve Inskeep and I'm David Greene today in Minneapolis there will be a memorial for George Floyd the man killed by police in an encounter that sparked nationwide protests there are also new charges in the case something protesters have been waiting for the officer filmed with his knee on Floyd snack is now facing a more serious second degree murder charge the other three officers at the scene are charged with aiding and abetting and let's bring in NPR's lay the father who is in Minneapolis I live hi so we have this new criminal complaint now what what's in there well it says that Floyd did not resist that he dropped to the ground his hands cuffed behind his back and shop and put his knee on flights knack meanwhile to the other officers J. Alexander king and Thomas lane held down fleets legs and his back a fourth officer two towers stood by and fleet slowly lost consciousness as he called out mama I can't breathe and finally I'm about to die about six minutes later Floyd stopped moving and the complaint says when king checked for Floyd's polls he couldn't find one and it was almost three more minutes before shop and finally removed Disney but what what how are people reacting now to to to this complaint was no charges well that are sweet right after the announcement my colleague Gabrielle salty via and I went to the part of the city where every day is a remembrance to George Floyd right now we are thirty eight in Chicago we're right at.

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"mayor sam liccardo" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"mayor sam liccardo" Discussed on KGO 810

"In the bay area comes with stronger measures now to reserve hospital space throughout the region it shuts down playgrounds dog parks golf courses tennis courts it requires essential businesses to develop a social distancing protocol in orders most construction activity to halt San Jose mayor Sam Liccardo says his city is committed to enforcing the new rules that extend all the way through may third and cannot afford to simply hope we can oppose these regulations weeks from now this is the moment when it counts the most to save lives weeks from now we will only have regretted that we did not mention Santa Clara county health officer Dr Sarah Cody says the goal of the new order is to decrease as much as possible the average number of contacts we have with each other every day and plays minor league manager is hospitalized in Louisiana with the corona virus the fiancee of fifty four year old Webster garrison says he's been placed on a ventilator garrison manage the Stockton ports in the California League last season it was expected to manage a team in the Arizona fall league this year his fiancee says garrison is turning the corner in his fight against the virus possible new protocols on the public wearing masks to help stop the spread of coronavirus comes with a concern correspondent Jim Roope reports officials fear it'll give people a false sense of security twenty governor Gavin Newsom says as the state ways the possible new CDC guidance on masks he worries that if people begin wearing them their impression will be somehow doubt they're absolutely immune from contracting the virus and that's not the case he worries too that people will ignore social distancing and think they're protected with a mask they'll be touching their faces too much in applying the masks and that it will begin to strain again the supplies needed for frontline first responders and healthcare were here's Jim Roope Los Angeles we'll update your driver in the bay area starting with some delays on bart to tell you about next on KGO there are everyday actions to help prevent the spread of respiratory diseases wash your hands avoid close contact with people who are sick avoid touching your eyes nose and.

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"mayor sam liccardo" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"mayor sam liccardo" Discussed on KGO 810

"Jose mayor Sam Liccardo saying today his city is committed to enforcing the new rules now extended through may third we cannot afford to simply hope we can oppose these regulations weeks from now this is the moment when it counts the most to save lives weeks from now we will only have regretted that we did not move sooner than a clear county health officer Dr Sarah Cody says the goal of the new order to decrease as much as possible the average number of contacts we have with each other every day worry that hefty fines will keep P. Jeannie from coming out of bankruptcy state regulators are now said to be considering backing off filing utility four hundred sixty million dollars in connection with their equipment starting wildfires we'll check in with heather she got a look at traffic around the bay area this afternoon snacks what you're here for Pacific private money let's talk about your savings now retiring or just you're saving saving I mean wall street's help not the place you want to be we don't know where the bottom is that's why Pacific private money a local company in downtown Nevado has a great idea and it's called seven and a half percent that's right their investors getting seven half percent return on their savings and retirement accounts in at seven and a half percent secured by the California real estate and the very conservative values that embody it it works like this people borrow money from Pacific private money and they borrowed a slightly higher rate for a lot of reasons one reason is really sound financial bars are having a hard time with banks like Ben Bernanke couldn't get a refi because he was employed Ben Bernanke the former head of the fat it's true ever since even if your numbers and score a plus money's been tight you could be in the middle of a divorce or trying to buy a home before selling your current home and you need money to bridge that period of time you don't want to move twice or sell your home and have any place to live and then try to find another place who knows long's at how long that might take this is a much smarter way and that's why people borrow from Pacific private money your investment gets you a seven and a half percent return in the loan again is backed by the equity in the bars real estate here in California Pacific private money that sounds good to you if you have questions check out Pacific private money dot com conservative besting was solid returns on April ninth join Pacific private.

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"mayor sam liccardo" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"mayor sam liccardo" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Talking to us about ventilator to point out the healthcare workers the state employees who are all facilitating this there is an incredible amount of essential services people helping us as common citizens then they're all dealing with this and then you see one of them I think for us as the average resident in California the minimum we can do is to reach out and say thank you so we want to thank each one of you working out there for what you're doing I did have it's just some personal concerns about some of the video I was watching of this is that the governor goes there was Sam Accardo and a exam Carl being the mayor of San Jose and they're in there all the workers in this facility or wearing gloves they're wearing smocks and they're doing their work and they've got the surgical masks on and Gavin Newsom in then mayor Sam Liccardo walking around without that in there Intel are some media people and probably P. R. people walking together and not within their their within six feet of each other there within two feet of each other and it just seems to me that is really the right time to walk around into our plants I mean you could draw attention to this in a different way we just want to get on camera I don't I I'm not sure why that why that helps the situation that I'm not there I don't make these decisions I mean if if if you're saying that state all mortar and then what you're doing is going to go into effect places that you're not familiar with so add to that our radio station our cluster radio stations here I. R. radio yeah it's it's specific people are authorized and those are essential personnel and I'm sure they have essential personnel only at this bloom energy place and I'm not sure that the couple members of the media are essential in there or even if Gavin Newsom really is all that essential where they're building these ventilators so I'm not I'm not I'm not griping on that the governor for doing it but it just I wonder about the wisdom of it under the circumstances I'm just looking down at some of the other yeah well I mean I think it's important to mention that the governor did say he had been tested so let's let's get that sound bite in here this is the governor saying being asked had he been tested for corona virus I haven't been tested I have had no symptoms and we are very formal we came into this facility everybody had their temperature checked everybody was asked a series of questions I've been working working out of the state operation center everybody goes through that process and protocol every single day so we're all taking it very seriously hope appropriately trying to distance ourselves physically distance ourselves so we preach what are rather practice what we're preaching but this virus is dynamic and that respect one needs to be prepared and one needs to operate under the assumption that they have it and they can spread it and that's a responsibility personal responsibility all of us have from the governor on down and or the governor on up as it should be as leadership pyramid has now been inverted his leadership could be found everywhere the second part of that question sorry was what is your plan if you are exposed to appropriately distance myself the extent the doctor recommends quarantine myself from my family and from others but I'll continue to work in I'm confident the moment that I'm healthy but you know check in tomorrow yeah that's the reality of the situation one of the subjects we talked about the beginning of last hour here on KFBK weekend live was that every little thing a he sleeps because of allergies and your first thing you think of isn't necessarily allergies you have to wonder what is that I totally agree with the governor there in the sense that it's a personal responsibility of one of those personal responsibilities is making sure that you aren't doing things that'll expose someone else to anything you might have the term is prophylactic right you're trying to prevent the spread of this disease and that's either you getting it from some surface or for some other from some other person but that you are taking precautions as if you have it and you're not you don't want to spread it yeah it's hard to argue that under the circumstances this is this isn't the right thing to do another conspiracy theories out there and some concerns and some some very important realistic concerns out there about you know where did this all come from and why when we come back in the next half hour I'm going to bring in Paul more good friend of mine he Silicon Valley silicon chip engineer we're gonna talk technology and why that may actually be one of the great advantages modern life has in fending this off nothing like this existed in twenty I mean it in nineteen eighteen we come back we'll take a closer look this is news ninety point one Catholic at I heart radio and news ninety three point one want to help you pay.

"mayor sam liccardo" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"mayor sam liccardo" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Breaking news traffic and weather yes I'm calling about from ABC news I'm Brian Clark health care workers have warned they're in danger is they treat corona virus patients because of a shortage of protective equipment the federal government says it has access to millions of masks but when will those masks to be distributed to health care workers FEMA chief Peter Gaynor was on ABC's this week he says they have been distributed they've been distributed over the past couple weeks the shipping today they'll ship tomorrow we find more and more mastership because we have developing great partnerships with the with the commercial sector out there through donations wrapping up production he also said they're trying to focus those shipments on the most critical hot spots in the country like New York City Washington state and California Washington lawmakers set to resume talks over an economic stimulus that would help Americans impacted by corona virus shut downs Saturday Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer said any bill should put workers first no layoffs no salary cuts for workers are salary increases for corporate executives guarantees that workers be re hired hired at their previous wages once the crisis abates and no stock buy backs more states have instituted stay at home orders to slow the spread of code nineteen in ABC's Alex stone says police are beginning to set up enforcement in California and Nevada police departments are beginning to use special units to conduct compliance checks to make sure businesses like hair salons restaurants and stores are complying with the stay at home orders San Jose mayor Sam Liccardo says police are getting calls from citizens reporting those violating the.

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"mayor sam liccardo" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"mayor sam liccardo" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Us working together and that has never been more true than today these are incredibly anxious times for all of us but if you are among the most vulnerable in our community our seniors families who are living paycheck to paycheck or maybe no paycheck right now these are really terrifying times those who are in need of food or other vital necessities can pre register on the website or sign up by calling two one one another way people are being asked to help is by donating the founders of Silicon Valley strong have set up both the local San Jose fun in a regional fund to address the economic impact of the public health crisis Nicole Taylor is the CEO of the Silicon Valley community foundation please please go to Silicon Valley strong dot org and give give generously are your neighbors are in need those who cannot make it out those who are struggling from few food and security are in need and if now is the time for all of us individuals businesses governments and philanthropies to stand up San Jose mayor Sam Liccardo says there will be more announcements throughout the week he says the city is working with the Silicon Valley community foundation on a partnership to create a larger fund to help the most vulnerable in the area reporting for KPFA I'm one of many the Berkeley city council voted unanimously last night to create a multi million dollar fund to address the growing economic fallout caused.

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"mayor sam liccardo" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"mayor sam liccardo" Discussed on KQED Radio

"White House but we have to be big and bold here Scott and it can't just be for certain industries that has to be said for small businesses as well as working families and I'm hearing that loud and clear and all the conversations I'm having right now and also our closing music birthing of it's yesterday thanks for being with us yes listing the special coverage of the democratic primaries from NPR news from KQED news I'm terrace either California public schools are likely out of session for the rest of the school year governor Gavin Newsom made that somber announcement this afternoon while giving an update on the covert nineteen outbreak I would plan and assume that it's unlikely that many of these schools few if any I will open up before the summer break USM's nearly ninety nine says nearly ninety nine percent of California schools have closed because of the virus that amounts to more than six million kids whenever they finally returned to the classroom the governor says pending a federal waiver students will not have to take the usual state tass San Jose mayor Sam Liccardo announced today the next budget for the bay area's largest city should anticipate a seriously negative fiscal impact because of code nineteen KQED's Rachel Myra has more the mayor's March budget message urges San Jose city council to plan ahead for a recession by prioritizing public spending on housing and homelessness and stretching the city's budget with private donations mostly for families who are struggling to stay afloat but I think we all know that's a very deep ocean of need if we look at the hundreds of millions of dollars of losses that our businesses have already incurred and we're just in a week two or three of this with council approval of the message the city manager's office now formulates a budget in time for a vote in June I might tell my rope.

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"mayor sam liccardo" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"mayor sam liccardo" Discussed on KGO 810

"Meanwhile San Jose mayor Sam Liccardo said at a news conference announcing the order at the time for half measures is over and history will not forgive us for waiting an hour more a substitute teacher in the Sacramento city unified school district has died after contracting the coronavirus that teacher who was older than seventy and had health problems is the second virus infected person in Sacramento county to die the district closed all eighty one of its schools for two weeks in an effort to control the spread the warriors are trying to come to the rescue of the more than fifteen hundred workers employed behind the scenes at the chase center all events have been canceled for the rest of the month and those employees are now out of work the owners of the warriors along with the players and coaches have collectively donated a million dollars to aid those employees who are unable to work during the NBA shut down the genie got court approval today to raise twenty three billion dollars to help pay its bills over destructive California wildfires it comes after Gavin governor Gavin Newsom dropped his opposition to a financing package designed to help the nation's largest utility get out of bankruptcy the milestone reached during an unusual court hearing held via phone today loose PG&E closer to emerging from one of the most complicated bank bankruptcy cases in U. S. history we'll check in with heather for a look at your ride next on KGO let's check it right through the East Bay the KGO eight ten traffic sponsored by all worth financial got an accident for your commute between Union City and Hayward from the Chilton auto body traffic death is north eighty before with all something you got onto the shoulder already traffic is heavy from that standpoint up to eighty St the commute into and through the Altamont pass is pretty standard is five eighty under very much under the limited saver before Vasko road out to two oh five in Tracy the crash just cleared the Santa Cruz mountains north seventeen at north of that summit so there's a little bit of slowing there about a half miles worth and it's all eastbound eighty two for the high rise in the left lane of the San Mateo bridge has traffic backing up pretty badly to foster city Boulevard in the semi out of San Francisco from Cesar Chavez to the bay bridge for nearly three decades all work financial formally Hanson McClain has been helping clients prepare for better retirements it's easier when you have a plan winner of two thousand nineteen to N. B. R. I. circle of excellence find out more at all worth financial dot com he Julie ten weather forecast the winter storm warning still in place overnight for the Sierra for tomorrow in the bay area as some scattered showers possible for St Patrick's day highs in the mid to upper fifties wow if we retire here we will.

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"mayor sam liccardo" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"mayor sam liccardo" Discussed on KCRW

"From NPR news in Washington I'm korva Coleman house speaker Nancy Pelosi is close to agreement with the trump administration on a legislative package to deal with the corona virus she's been negotiating directly with treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin house Democrats unveiled a bill late last night but some Republicans and trump administration officials have expressed concern with some parts of it separately three house members are introducing a bill that would provide financial aid to people who cannot go to work because of the coronavirus from member station WJCT in Jacksonville Florida Brynden rivers has more northeast Florida Republican congressman John Rutherford and two representatives from Washington state introduce the coronavirus worker relief back late last night nobody should have to decide between you know financial ruin or properly quarantining themselves because of the virus you know we want folks take this thing home under the bill if president Donald Trump declares a state of emergency in the state workers in that area would qualify for disaster unemployment assistance if they can't work due to the corona virus the bill would also require the federal government to help states administer that eight companion legislation has been introduced in the Senate for NPR news I'm Brynden rivers in Jacksonville in California governor Gavin Newsom has issued a sweeping executive order that allows state agencies to take over properties such as hotels and medical facilities to treat coronavirus patients at the same time and P. R.'s Eric Westervelt reports some California mayors want state and federal officials to do more to boost the capacity for virus testing all state and federal officials say they're working fast to expand testing San Jose California mayor Sam Liccardo says he's just not seeing it yet on the ground the mayor of America's tenth largest city says until capacity expands health officials are largely flying blind we need test kits more than words.

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"mayor sam liccardo" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"mayor sam liccardo" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Today are you in good hands traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons Ryan nobles news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. sunshine today and warm this afternoon with a high of seventy two to seventy six and tonight will be mainly clear with a low of forty nine to fifty three sunshine mixed with some clouds at times tomorrow with a high of seventy to seventy four I thank you with our meteorologist Joe Lundberg news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. and currently in Sacramento we have forty eight degrees with stories now trending on the case became morning news this morning the stock market is bouncing back rather nicely from yesterday's massive sell off we'll have more on the latest on the corona virus outbreak in just a moment but first a new plan to solve California's homeless crisis a new bill has been introduced at the state capitol to build more duplexes and four plexus in California's neighborhoods it's proposed by senator Scott Wiener and is billed as a lighter version of a previously rejected housing bill that would have forced cities to allow more homes to be built near transit stations and fixing California's homeless crisis is the big top issue with the mayors of California's thirteen largest cities the group's chair San Jose mayor Sam Liccardo says ninety one percent of money set aside to combat homelessness in the state budget has already been spent to survey all workers how does he tells you years out of college being allocated California's homeless population increased sixteen percent last year the state has given local governments one billion dollars over the past two years to address the issue this year the governor wants to spend seven hundred fifty million dollars on a plan that the mayor is currently oppose there are new reports coming out of elk Grove this morning in corona viruses students from mail our Beisel elementary school as tested positive Kate.

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