17 Burst results for "Metropolitan Sewer District"

"metropolitan sewer district" Discussed on We Live Here

We Live Here

05:37 min | 8 months ago

"metropolitan sewer district" Discussed on We Live Here

"Great to have the documents somehow translated to someone who doesn't necessarily have a law degree or advanced science degree to be able to process that information. So you know maybe there should be a fact sheet something that distills the essential facts about the facility and about what is being proposed in the permit in a way that it would be easier for people to digest. Were trying to get these. Things like cumulative impact analyses and and better public participation but it seems like the essential components of a nondiscrimination program has to be in place before that can even happen and so our hopes would be if you know. Epa compels dnr to do these things that it kind of shifts tides and puts things off in going in the right direction towards i. You know ensuring that there isn't discrimination going on in these environmental programs and then secondarily working towards achieving true environmental justice which is the fair in meaning to fair treatment and meaningful involvement of all people in environmental processes and programs. That just isn't happening right now. This isn't the first time. Great rivers has critiqued. Mdr for failing to meaningfully engaged low income communities of color in recent years seren. Bob also submitted comments about air pollution. Control permits for to other facilities amnesty. This'll point wastewater treatment plan for the saint. Louis metropolitan sewer district and mellon crowd a pharmaceutical company. They recommended that. Amnesty update their wastewater treatment methods instead of using incinerators from the sixties to process sewer sludge and they called for md dnr to issue mellon kat an air pollution control operating permanent instead of allowing it to operate without one and effectively locking residents out of participating in the regulatory process for two decades the same process. Cap with the kinder- morgan facility. That also happened with nestle and mallon cried and win. Great rivers put together. It's comments for all three of those facilities. We asked estate to consider the cumulative impacts of civility and be to implement a better program for involving the public that's more transparent and does a better job of notifying the public of these permits and we got the same response pretty much all three times. Which was we comply with title sex. We don't have to do any of this stuff that you've asked us to do and so we're not.

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"metropolitan sewer district" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:45 min | 8 months ago

"metropolitan sewer district" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Consent decree, Clean Water Act mandates and dramatically improve water quality in the Mill Creek. Diana Christie is the director of the Metropolitan Sewer District. The green space attracts visitors with the goal of revitalizing South Fairmont. Crisil and Westwood will both now have this beautiful gateway. That is positive. And softer. In the harsh Decline of the past that is Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley. President Biden, promoting the development of electric vehicles he visited. Afford electric vehicle facility in Michigan says that China has passed a spy and research and development. Let's check Wall Street now. The Dow is currently up. I'm sorry down by 109 points. NASDAQ Up 22 S and P s also down by 13 points. Learning from the new shopping habits during the pandemic, Macy's changing its lineup. New categories like toys, health, wellness, pets, home decor. Other stuff, The CEO says they're putting on their website. Hair products. Nail accessories. Gourmet Foods reds at home against the Giants Tonight 5 40 Air Times. 6 40 the first pitch right here. News radio 700 wlw The Reds lost to San Francisco last night to 35 next news of three Matt Reese News radio 700 wlw Getting I'm Dr Andrea Russo a cardiologists. Maybe you're waiting to talk to your doctor right now. But if you're having an irregular heartbeat, heart racing, chest pain, shortness of breath, fatigue or light headedness. Don't.

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"metropolitan sewer district" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"metropolitan sewer district" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The ships in them is our our suburban areas that though I was very much up for grabs CNN has the debate starting at eight o'clock now the latest traffic and weather together right now not seen any new accidents or delays but if you just bought an accident call for two one news album reviews forecasts from the advanced dentistry weather center we moving your fear of seeing the dentist with the help of IV sedation learn more at no fear dentist dot com rain develops after ten o'clock for most folks tonight a low down to forty six for your Wednesday mostly cloudy and windy a chance of showers and a high of just fifty one at night mostly cloudy and colder on Thursday to from your severe weather station I'm nine first warning chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. radar showing a mostly clear sky our current temperature sixty nine degrees Hamilton County commissioners voted unanimously today to approve a point two five sales tax increase that will go into effect add the two point point two five percent sales tax increase that goes into effect in April the chances are you won't feel the effect because it will replace an identical temporary sales tax increase that is being used for renovations to union terminal which is set to expire with a new one goes into affect the money would not be used to cover the stadiums the bank's metropolitan sewer district or job and family services a body has been pulled from the licking river in Covington the body has been described as a middle aged white male officials with the Campbell county coroner's office says that the man was found along river boat road under the four street bridge this morning we're looking meets the Ohio River they say two men in their early twenties came up came to children's hospital with gunshot wounds this afternoon a homeowner in university heights is that it was shot the two as they try to rob is home in the area upper Basco street Marshall Avenue both men were taken into surgery and are both listed in serious condition at this time one is reportedly been sent to UC Medical Center no video for a song from the eighties as ever hit a billion views on you too well that is until now milestone for guns N. roses the band song sweet child of mine is now part of the billion views club on you too the only video from the eighties to crack that club song came out in nineteen eighty eight the only G. at our track to hit number one on the Billboard hot one hundred singles chart the video is pretty low tech by today's standards shot grainy black and white featuring nothing much more than the band rocking out a rehearsal space guns N. roses by the way also is the only video from a nine billion Jason Akins at ABC news Hollywood M. L. B. postseason action tonight it is game three of the American League Championship Series and right now it is the Houston Astros leading the New York Yankees by a score of two to nothing in the Bronx said that series is tied excuse me for nothing now in favor of the Astros in the bottom of the seventh inning that series tied at one game apiece coming up a little later tonight and LCS game four between the cardinals the nationals in Washington that's a NATO five first page the nationals of a three nothing lead in that series and if the nationals were to when it will be their first NL pennant in franchise history even going back to their times the Montreal Expos our next update is at seven thirty I'm Sean Gallagher newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. this report is.

"metropolitan sewer district" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"metropolitan sewer district" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"M. J. for this kind of flooding is unusual for this time of year usually comes in spring what the melting snow you know the the river rises is always in huge massive chunks of ice National Weather Service meteorologist him Halbach tells W. T. M. J. it's like mother nature's last stand of severe weather season here. year hearing workshop in the environment come together or they have ways to be notified if twenty one he gets issue quickly like that only got aka W. T. M. J. news there are now four people charged in connection to the black market T. H. C. vaping operation in Kenosha county today's T. M. J. four spend Jordan says nineteen year old Hannah courtesy of Racine was arrested Monday Curti is accused of manufacturing or delivering large amounts of THC the active ingredient in marijuana Curti faces up to fifteen years in prison if found guilty Matthews in Wisconsin is at its highest rate in years overdose is caused by Matthew skyrocketed from seventeen and twenty sixteen to more than one hundred last year U. S. attorney for the Eastern District of Wisconsin Matthew Crider says the drugs are mostly coming from out of state some of it comes across from the Twin Cities in the north and west part of the state some of it comes through Chicago from the south St good initiative director Pokrovsky says while they're making progress on curbing opioid abuse those drugs are now popping up in other drugs cocaine methamphetamine marijuana heroin they're all being laced with fennel Mike Spaulding WTMJ news sentencing is scheduled for this morning for Jordan freaky for causing the shooting death of Milwaukee police officer Matthew Rittner last February a jury found him guilty of first degree intentional homicide and other charges back in July work on the south thirty fifth street bridge over the connect connect river continues to keep the entire bridge closed Milwaukee department of public works says emergency repairs to a Milwaukee metropolitan sewer district facility will keep a close to mid October once that work is completed one lane in each direction will.

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"metropolitan sewer district" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"metropolitan sewer district" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Eight forty WHAS our top story the metropolitan sewer district says it has crews working three cave insights and downtown warble the cave ins are at south Handcock street at east Madison for street between main and market and seven street at me the south Handcock street cave in was caused by a nearly three foot break in the sewer line that runs under the roadway MST crews will begin working the site this morning and continue to work throughout the weekend pavement voids are responsible for cave ins at fourth and seventh crews have set plates over the cave in at four streets so traffic will be able to flow throughout the weekend just use caution because crews will have to traffic detour some areas it all three sites during the weekend. well the metro police investigating after a woman who was crossing the street in the beach bod neighborhood died after being hit by a vehicle. being the officers it happened just before four o'clock yesterday at third street in Southland Boulevard police say the woman was in the crosswalk walking east to west when she was struck by a silver sedan that was going south bell the victim pronounced dead at the scene the driver of the vehicle remain there. man accused in the death of a woman who disappeared in January appeared in court for the first time this week David sparks appeared and Garrett circuit court where a not guilty.

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"metropolitan sewer district" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"metropolitan sewer district" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Service of progressive insurance a day after laying receiving wisconsin police officer john hetland arrest authorities announcing interested in the hunt for his killer kenosha county sheriff david beth nod announcing the suspect's name or releasing photos but saying the crime lab was able to give us information and we were able to have the suspect picked up in milwaukee and like i said he's he's safely put away seventeen law enforcement agencies helped in the search putting in thousands of hours of work a short while ago where in officer lens handcuffs that's how he was taken to jail officer hedlund was off duty see when he was killed trying to break up a robbery at a popular bar ryan burrow a._b._c. news amilton police continue their investigation after a fatal shooting last night it happened at around nine o'clock to the four hundred block of east avenue wants on seeing officers locating the victim dead along the sidewalk if you can help police a with this shooting in hamilton call crime stoppers at three five to thirty forty a fifteen year old is dead after he was shot by the woman he was allegedly trying to rob police add another fifteen year old who helped rob that victim now facing a murder charge the alleged robbery happening last weekend on saturday in the thirty six hundred block of reading road and avondale that's when fifteen year old jordan laura and another fifteen year old tried to rob someone at gun point the victim of the robbery fired on laura and the other team striking laura in the stomach cincinnati police making it arrest last night after a deadly shooting this month in the west end twenty-eight-year-old paris cross the he was shot in the one thousand block of central avenue on june the seventh last night at around eight o'clock police arresting thirty year old jerry foster in connection with crossed death new customer assistance programs for some seniors on tight budgets more from seven hundred jack crumley the metropolitan sewer district of greater cincinnati is now taking up locations for a new customer assistance program for.

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"metropolitan sewer district" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"metropolitan sewer district" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"State seven hundred w ELL honors our servicemen and women and America. News, traffic, and weather News Radio seven hundred w ELL jelly Cincinnati. Striking at deal to avoid new terrace with the twelve o'clock report. Dumb req- chino. President Trump is suspending his threat to impose tariffs on Mexico as the two countries reached an agreement Friday on combating illegal immigration at the southern border. And US officials emerging with the deal late Friday night after three days of frantic negotiations the eleventh hour deal to the president face opposition from his own party Trump's threaten to increase the tariff every month by five percent until they reach twenty five percent or until Mexico took steps to curb the flow of migrants. Both Democrats and Republicans feared US consumers would bear, the brunt of the costs. That is ABC's Tara Palmeri as part of the deal. Mexico has agreed to house immigrants seeking asylum in the US while their cases are heard now the latest traffic and weather together highways in great shape at this hour. Although there is an accident right now walnut at fifth street downtown. If you see any other problems, give us a call for two one six three nine seven thou- Domingos forecast from the advanced dentistry weather center. We moving your fear of seeing the dentist with the help of IV sedation. Learn more at no fear debtors dot com. Much in the way of sunshine as clouds and shower chances. We highlighting our weekend this afternoon. Plenty of clouds with a few showers possible. High in the upper seventies easterly breeze ten to fifteen tonight, overcast skies with an occasional shower. Low of sixty seven Sunday, mostly cloudy, showers likely, maybe isolated storm high of seventy eight from your severe weather station on nine first warning meteorologists which Johnson NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w radar shows cloudy skies at seventy four degrees right now. She says it is a growing movement across the US hundred members or advocates to now six point two million voices that say that we support commonsense solutions and gun safety reform to decrease gun violence in our communities, Michelle Mueller with moms demand action is asking people to wear orange today, if they plan to attend the peace March at bounce square, the rally against gun violence runs from. From one until three. Meanwhile Cincinnati police are searching for gold or champagne colored Chevy Impala that was involved in these cities latest Thomas side, twenty eight year old Paris Crofty was gunned down Friday morning along central avenue in the West End you can help in the investigation. Call crime stoppers at three five to thirty forty Crofty was the seventh man shot and killed in Cincinnati. Since may, thirtieth Winton lake reopened to boating and fishing this morning after a sewage leak earlier in the week the metropolitan sewer district.

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"metropolitan sewer district" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

13:39 min | 2 years ago

"metropolitan sewer district" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Billy Cunningham, and I want to encourage those who disagree with those of us who think the streetcar is an unmitigated disaster. Call in. We have gym and Keith, and some others. We have three lines open seven four nine seven thousand I was set back. Respectfully in listen, every now and then when I think I know the answer to a question or I have some political belief upon which is based upon reason and common sense, I more than often want to spend my time listening and watching MSNBC or read the New York Times, because, in many tests, my viewpoint against the against countervailing one, therefore, I can either solidify my opinion or I can change it every now and then in life, I changed my opinion on something such as gay marriage. I was part of the effort twenty five thirty years ago with the Reverend Casey Smith. And Evan Dale to make sure that gay marriage was part of Cincinnati city council's mandate, that it's not approved and part of those efforts in the last five or ten years, I've changed some say grown, some say collapsed. Now, I'm thinking, you know it wouldn't bother me. Two guys, Chris sale Bach and is, I met his his his husband and seemed like a nice couple day care for each other. They love each other. They want to take on the responsibilities of marriage, which so many of we practicing heterosexual. Screw up on a regular basis. And as long as doesn't have a required religious context. I'm good to go. I don't want government to tell the Roman Catholic church or Jewish temples synagogues, that you're going to have to perform, marriages of same sex couples that's intertwined government with, with religion. But on the other hand, if Chris sale Bach and his and his husband wants to go. Go to the clerk's office and sign a piece of paper saying, there's some sort of union a civil union between the two of them with benefits and cost of marriage. I'm okay with that now so every now and then it's rare but every now and then I'll change my opinion on something and twenty eleven when some council members flew out to Kansas City, Portland and said, wow. And then you had mayor Mark Mallory six times go to Spain. I'm always suspicious about that. Six times go to Spain with his entourage to pick out the streetcars to be built by Spanish company really cost of hundreds of millions of dollars. This doesn't smell right? It's a nineteenth century problem solution to a twenty-first-century difficulty and that I didn't see for those of us that travel a little bit. Cincinnati is a wonderful community to walk. Unlike many other cities, Cincinnati is generally flat, because the Pleistocene age glacier, that came here, we're largely flat. And so once you come over the hill amount Auburn, and you're in the base in of Cincinnati. It's flat. It's great to walk from the river, even up to liberty or whatever you're gonna walk around. So walking is never a problem. And so the liberal social activist progressive self described, the socialist who wanted to bring the streetcar to Cincinnati because it was so successful in Portland in Kansas City has proven to be unmitigated disaster, because we have many other means and methods getting around, it helped destroy metro the bus system. It certainly came on at the time technologically when lifted over, we're just starting and now when I spent time in TR which I do about once a month with my good friend, Shaun Donovan. I find myself watching people on birds of the scooters flying around. There's a. Golf cart. You simply get on and go somewhere. If somebody lifter Uber within a minute, or two, you can go from ninth to third straight quickly, streetcar goes, nobody wants to go. And Secondly, the cost ridiculous ridiculous. We're talking four hundred to five hundred million dollar cost of the streetcar for almost a half a billion dollars and for what to receive nothing that you don't get cheaper elsewhere. So this thing was doomed to fail from the beginning. So now the sense of pride of PG CO, Bach Wendo young, Dave man have now been aroused along with Greg Landsman. About away. We're not there. Nor was Christopher men are Jeff pastor but the for them that were there at the time. Well, not take responsibility for their own fair, failures and follow pawn, there may COPA sword and say you know what I screwed up. I made a mistake that the benefits are down here and the costs are way up there. And there are some benefits, but the cost of that benefit is close to five hundred million dollars five hundred million dollars to the little city Cincinnati, which owes pension fund deficit of two billion on top of that some time and the next decade, the chickens will come home to roost and all these financial debacles and this is at the top of the list. In fact, I have coming up in about a half an hour. Bryan shrive aim at a comment seven or eight years ago when this thing was being conjured up that the streetcar will make the Bengals deal for the stadium look like a good financial package, and he's proven to be one hundred percent. Correct. So let's take some calls, once again, if you feel differently, the me feel like Mets time the streetcars great idea, if you if you wanna come on, and I'll be quiet and I'll, I'll be respectful. And I will have you state, your opinion. I'm looking for name Ryan message that I had on at the time organized the protest at city council when push came to shove and pagey set feld and David Mann flip flopped on the issue. He packed city council with all these progressive activists that had these visions public transit flying to and fro now Ryan Messer cannot be located what a search warrant all these people are gone. Success has a thousand fathers each failure is an orphan and because this is been an unmitigated failure. You can't find the advocates anywhere. And ninety got Chris sale, Bach, claiming sabotage there was sabotage you heard Dan hill sabotage talk about a Cup. I understand the cop car was parked on the tracks because they were saving someone's life that overdosed on heroin. Nonetheless, sabotage and CEO Bach believes his unspoken conspiracy among numerous people in city hall city council all over the place to bring down the street car that would be successful, except for sabotage it comes down to sabotage. So let's continue with your calls once again. If you're an advocate for the streetcar you think it's worked out. Great. It's a wonderful thing. It's filled with riders on a regular basis. The money's overflowing, if that's your perception, seven four nine seven thousand or pound. Seven hundred new ATS go to gym and then Keith and many others. Jim on a cellphone. Welcome to the Bill Cunningham show. Jim go ahead. I have that perspective. I kinda got the same on you get Willie. I just had eight family members from Tulsa, Oklahoma. Now, younger people, and they looked up the Airbnb, you know, and they say up toward part. Go downtown. They wanted to shop in the little one owner shop. You know. Right now. I'm too, and they walk beat it out. I had to stop and sit down. Me and my brother in law. But they won't for main street. All the way down sick on the way. Fine weight down. Loved it loved him. And I said, you know, we could guard they wanna take the streetcar Jim Jim. On a Sunday afternoon. Nothing's going on. We drive downtown. We start at the high river, smell park, which is absolutely gorgeous by walk from smell park. We walk up to TR. We park summer downtown on the river, and we walked from the river up to TR have lunch and walk back from TR right down vine street in this male park. It is beautiful. It is a beautiful walking community and it's just like New York City is beautiful to walk in beautiful. Sure. I've lived here all my life. I wrote discreet car. One time Willie. Deceit, Giardi bright. You've got to turn around that see what you're going by the look at the. In that they don't even have a c. The where you can really enjoy a right? You're just looking straight forward or back, Jim, I wrote on the thing, one time with Lori clean living, because I said, I'm not going to criticize something till actually. Learn more about it. I thought the saints are extremely uncomfortable. They look yet they looked in were not outward. And I watched numerous people on the street car office streetcar, and nobody paid anything and I'm told that they don't pay anything because they don't have to pay anything. I know. Shea supposedly paid for me. But the doors open it's an honor system, you get in get off, and nobody checks anything and the I mean how in the hell can you operate a business like that when it's like an honor system. You tell me does that work in the Ray. I mean you and I have some honor. But the great majority of the American people are angle shooters. And if you give him a chance to get something for nothing. They're gonna take it, especially those who ride the streetcar. They tend to be lower economic type people and they're not gonna pay for anything which nobody writes, damn thing anyway. I say this willy, and Mark my words five years from now that thirty million dollars will look good. They will wish head Jane government back. Great point. I'm gonna have Brian shrive come up in about twenty minutes. He's got some solutions continue with more. We have Keith Gary, John and many others. Kate from Fairfield the home Joe nuxhall on the Indians and Keith. Welcome, again, to the Bill Cunningham show. Keith go ahead afternoon. Kappler afternoon. I, I do agree that we should subtitle, this, the first title, little chickens, do indeed come home to roost. But you remember when I said to you, that there are people who feel that instead of confronting the evil that they have truly done. They point the finger at you wanna complain about your selfish reaction to it. Sabotage. Semetel isn't it? Interesting. Sabotage yet, what was he involved in with the gang of five and circumventing sunshine laws, and we don't have to pay this, and we won't do that. And we won't take responsibility for this. I'm thinking, how interesting stab Otagao. He says he said the cops the police are sabotaging. Well, let me ask you a question when they were building this thing, and let's put a centerpiece here. They built a kiosk and then found out that they built the kiosk in violation of some Ohio law. So there has to be a discussion about whether they get a or if they have to move it now that it's built that part of the problem. There were all these people that tell us about these overreaching promises of prosperity and success. And then the reality is the, you know, the, the horrible of failures and fiscal failures. And so, when they started this project, they have to ask myself, I don't know, this owning that particular area, but did anybody ask themselves at those businesses would have to have truck access to get supplies into their businesses, that's relevant any material and that you pointed out. I grant you. There are times I see police pull people over, and I go seriously, that's the only spot, you could pick to deal with this minor violation. It's not like they were bribing, I look at some of this and yet you just pointed out the police officer was, what selfishly trying to save somebody's life who overdose sabotage. Sam. Sabotage it saves time. Let's talk about briefly about the other thing where they're talking about the homeless, and you remember all the noise, you remember all the emails that I sent you that even Jeff pastor said that he criticized people all they do is send Email, and I pointed out to you that some people even to change their legal names. But the problems that they were creating there was a legitimate park that was built with citizen input that was serving his both the library, and as a playground for these kids, but these people were circumventing and basically squatting on what was a legitimate news. Promoting disease. And again, I look at this, this ranks right up there with saying, well, instead of using the money for metropolitan sewer district sewer problems, let the rope create the money and use it to make coloring books can make children feel good about themselves on watching this segment on Fox News last night from Los Angeles. The cops have typhus numerous communicable diseases now there's a fair of the plague because one hundred thousand one hundred thousand human beings. Living on the main streets of the states, California, and Los Angeles. There's forty thousand homeless living on streets, urinating defecating drug use light open sex, and the police are told by city council in L, A, do not arrest individuals, or breaking the law, which you can't pitch a tent on rodeo drive..

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"metropolitan sewer district" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"metropolitan sewer district" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Hoping to be able to solve a forty year old mystery searchers will be Kincaid lake again, today, looking for the remains of a teenager who hasn't been seen since nineteen eighty it's thought seventeen year old Randy sellers was murdered by serial killer, Donald Evans, who said he buried the body in the park there. Evans gave police a map to try and find the burial spot. But investigators say now they think they originally misread it, and that's why they have launched new search to try and find his remains there's no statute of limitations. When it comes to prosecuting murder cases, but there is for other serious crimes in cases of rape. For instance, if someone's not charged within twenty five years in Ohio, they can't be charged. It's a law. The top law enforcement officer wants to change attorney general, Dave ios wants to CNN to the statute of limitations. When it comes to finally rate charges. Llosa's joined by five former attorneys general who say rape should be treated like murder with no limit on. When charges can be filed the current law said at twenty years from when the rape occurs. The push comes of the scandal, a former Ohio State team. Dr Richard Strauss, who was accused of using male students for over three decades, I'm Sean Gallagher public hearing if planned tonight in Westwood over the city of Cincinnati is proposed budget for next year. It's a three hundred ninety three million dollar spending plan people can comment beginning at six at the mid cap theater on Harrison avenue. The city is facing a nine hundred million dollar deficit in the city. Manager's proposed Custos social service agencies to help balance that budget sad of the lake. It went and woods park lakes, close for fishing, and boating after a sewage leak that polluted. The water metropolitan sewer district is working to stop the overflow News Radio.

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"metropolitan sewer district" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"metropolitan sewer district" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Progressive insurance, what lake has been shut down to boating, and some fishing after a sewage leak yesterday, a great park staff member became aware of an odor, and discoloration of went late in Witten woods, metropolitan sewer district, identifying the source. As an overflowing, manhole located north of the lake the sewer blockage has been partially cleared. Crews have slowed that sewage. Overflow to vintage c forty seven aircraft will fly over a wreath laying ceremony as part of a D day. Seventy fifth anniversary commemoration this Thursday in Dayton at the national museum of the US air force. It says one of the planes, successfully dropped eighteen paratroopers during the invasion, that led to the liberation of France and the end of the Nazi regime the other transported cargo and paratroopers the museum added they will display World War Two where military vehicles and show, DJ day movies as well. A man charged with domestic violence and violating probation. In Butler county is now facing new charges in Hamilton county after allegedly trashing the lobby of the Justice center. The sheriff says thirty eight year old Tracy Gregson got upset while waiting to be waited on and used a trash can more to damage a dozen door glass panels. Two boards, a wall mounted computer screen and an ATM after he was arrested. He allegedly assaulted a deputy during booking. He's now facing felony counts. I'm Jack crumley News Radio seven hundred wwl w ABC's Daria Albinger, making sure you do not log into some real internet threats subscription services and loyalty programs grow in popularity. So does the importance in password security, more, and more often people are using the same password and credentials over and over again, that's Caleb, Barlow, vice president of threat intelligence IBM security? He says having different passwords for all of your accounts may be inconvenient. But it's crucial to remaining secure online. Your average American has ten or more of these loyalty programs that are member of if used the same password all, all of them, and maybe worse, yet use the same passer in your Email. All it takes is one of them to get breached, bad is all, plus, we all face the risk of being hacked were all being targeted. This is no. Longer case of it's only the corporate executive being targeted or someone that works in an energy company, potentially, all of Daria Albinger, ABC news. Read start a big series and Saint Louis later tonight said coming up with the reds update. But last night, the red legs were drafting with the seven selection of the twenty nine hundred m we draft the Cincinnati Reds. Select Nick Lowe, Delo a left handed pitcher from Texas Christian university. The pick announced by Commissioner, rob Manfred as the reds again. Take pitcher Nick Lowe, Dolo from TCU, the highest pick ever to come out of that school. The twenty one year old Dolo stands six feet. Six inches tall in three seasons. With horned frogs, has an eighteen and eleven career record and saw his ERA improved from four point three two last season down to just two point three six this year. The reds also selected shortstop resigns from. AM g academy in Florida News.

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"metropolitan sewer district" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"metropolitan sewer district" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Meteorologist Steve. Raleigh News Radio seven hundred wwl, w currently sixty three degrees, nearby Witton lake has been shut down to boating and fishing after a sewage leak earlier today. Great park staff member became aware. Of an odor, and discoloration of Witton lake in Whitten woods, metropolitan sewer district identifying the source as an overflowing manhole, that was located north of wit lake the sewer, sewer blockage as partially cleared and MSG crews have slowed that sewage. Overflow to vintage see forty-seven aircraft will fly over a wreath laying ceremony as part of a D day. Seventy fifth anniversary commemoration this Thursday in Dayton at the national museum of the US air force. It says one of the planes, successfully dropped eighteen paratroopers during the invasion that led to the liberation of France. And the end of the Nazi regime the other transporting cargo and paratroopers the museum will also display World War Two era military vehicles, and showed DJ movies. The red starting a series a huge series tomorrow night in Saint Louis, but tonight they were drafting with the seven selection of the twenty. Nineteen we draft the Cincinnati Reds. Select Nick Lowe, Delo a left handed pitcher from Texas Christian university. The pick announced by Commissioner. Rob Manfred, has the reds, taking pitcher Nick blow Delo from TCU, the highest pick ever to come out of that school. The twenty one year old looked Delo STAN six six and in three seasons with the horned frogs has an eighteen and eleven career record but saw his ERA improve from four point three two last season to just two point three six this year and the reds they just elected in the second round. They selected Reese, Hines a shortstop again in the second round just minutes ago. You're next update, we'll be at midnight, rob carpenter News Radio seven hundred wwl Dublin. Eighty six burglars were asked, how they broke into homes, and they all said they knocked on the door. I that's why you need blink x t to cameras they detect motion, so you'll get an alert. And you can see and talk to who's there. Tell the delivery guy, where to leave the package or just say, hi, with the kids. Get home blink x t to cameras start under a hundred bucks. So thanks to blink home.

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01:45 min | 2 years ago

"metropolitan sewer district" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Story. And here's an update from Alex deg -ment at K, M, O X, a city of Saint Louis has been watching with a wary eye is the Mississippi moves closer to crusting city director of operations. Todd walterman tells us, they're closely watching the eleven mile levee system that protects the city. So when you start down a brewery, and you come north it's all concrete walls. And floodgates, and you have to go fairly far north Arthur branch street now where we get into some levees up there, along hall street all the way up the review. That's what love is are. The Mississippi River is starting to cause problems for some downtown building. So a metropolitan sewer district force main sewer failed early Sunday morning after yet, another round of severe weather pass through late Saturday night that sent more than ten feet of water into Ashley energies basement, Ashley energy runs. The steam loop downtown amnesty spokesman Sean Hadley. What happened was the again when that force main when into failed their caused water to go into Ashley energies basement there? And it's the heard they have about lower ten more more than ten feet of water basement, which is, again, starting to affect now, sort of area businesses. It looks like about, as we know, right now twelve at least twelve businesses have been affected within the downtown area. Those buildings include the four seasons hotel and Busch stadium. The city health department says, as long as the water is running, and you're using soap and water, we should be okay? Further south along the river to pair came Alexis, Kevin Kaleen talked with the city's Commissioner of emergency management. Gary, Chris man, who expects a of forty six feet along the Mississippi River on Thursday. We're expecting that what we have done as far as mitigating river to the flood right now should whole. We're just monitoring.

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"metropolitan sewer district" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

11:26 min | 3 years ago

"metropolitan sewer district" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"You use the metropolitan sewer district now as you may or may not know this fifth year agreement finally ended, however the city and the county is still operating under that because of a federal court order and yesterday there's a press conference evolving commissioners for tune and dream house in which conspicuously absent was members of the city of Cincinnati. John Kramp members the council, and there's a desperate fight right now in a political battle is, you know, it's been waged for years over how the sewers are managed to the point where the feds jumped in and said you're going to have to spend three billion dollars to do a combined sewer to to eliminate. Combined sewers meaning that storm water and the nasty stuff. Don't co mingle as you know at this time of year, especially those neighborhoods. It's still continue to flood specifically the Addison sailor park region. You get sewage backing up in a neighborhood, and it's twenty nineteen. It's not eighteen nineteen. It's not nineteen nineteen. It's twenty nineteen. You can't have this anymore. It's unsightly. It's on sanitary. And not only that it makes us look like thumb third world country, Denise three houses here. President of the commission. Joining me on seven hundred wwl w doesn't make us look third world Denise or is that rather maybe just a little bit theatrical. Well, first of all I've never had that kind of lead in. Well, you ought to come on this show. More often. It's a big buildup. That's a big Bill. Yeah. The beginning, especially so. Yeah. No. We do have huge issues. We do have sewage in dreams, and so call it what you want, but it is a health issue. And it's just a it's disgusting neighborhood have been dealing with this for decades. And you know, once again, we're trying to clean up the mess at MSG and so Commissioner poor tonight. And I do want to say that Commissioner Commissioner differ or Stephanie some road Duman was not there because for mother is very ill. Was unable to make it. So that was not an indication of her like sports, but we did offer something the try to get us off the dime. Is you know, we've been in court in front of judge Barrett now for a while a couple of years, and we've discussed this option in mediation. But as you know, that's really closed process. And so we decided to file in order yesterday to say, hey, we want to go public because it's not as if we've been sitting on our hands since the last time we offered a resolution to the problem. And so we just wanted to get that out in public. One of the issues of contingent is and that is accountability. According to you guys, you the county wants power to be able to fire in dismiss city employees, as we know MS d is jointly run to some degree here too. And the problem is when you can't serve two masters. Someone's got to be in charge of it. When you have like the streetcar, for example, took your our friend. Greg Landsman took them over a year to come up with a streetcar czar someone who has no experience whatsoever. The problem with the streetcars, Ben there's no count ability because you're holding no one responsible for the final outcome or lack of outcome that same is true when it comes to the sewer district. It seems like a lot of finger pointing it's the city swallowed notes the county's fault. And that that's a lot of the problems. I think when it comes to MSG my right, so yeah. And so what the plan does is say give us the top twenty kind of the executive team over MSE. So these are the folks of the engineers lawyers. You know, the the director bring them over to the county. So that we have direct access to then. Because remember. The county owns the system the city runs the system. So the county is in charge of any rate increases and making sure that we are doing things responsibly. And as quickly as we can. So we bring over the executive team over to the county, and then leave the other employees over at the city because remember the city's number one concern was that if the city employees become county employees that tanks CRS their retirement system, and I want to be sensitive to that. I mean, it's a lot of folks in the city retirement system. And so we've addressed their number one priority, but we are bringing the control of the executive team over to the county. Get rid of the monitor we no longer need that function. And then start having a better line of communication between the county commissioners in the executive team at MSG be easier. If you or the city, and I think the county to county issue because it sewers you guys are in charge of the whole thing instead of just like twenty I everybody. Just put it in charge. You guys the county commissioners responsible? That's it solves the problem doesn't remember we tried to do that in the first plan. So we had an agreement with the city we almo- almost all of a signed off on it. And it's just that bring them all over. But it was issue that gotten away that remember we had a needed a state law change. We did not get that accomplished because Oprah's state retirement system that they wouldn't be in favor or something like that. So anyway, you know, that that did not go as we had hoped that fine. This is plan b this is a different option that we think addresses the top priority. The city and also gets things moving on the side of the county. Denise three house hamlet county commission. President Scott show seven hundred wwl WBZ cute, hearing centers dot com hotline and talking about the a project, but but on the other hand John cranley is offering some substantial pushback basically saying over my dead body. So if John cranley resisting your changes in your suggestions to the point where he it's not a co. Oh press conference. It's just you. And Todd standing out there with an empty feel of of human sludge behind you up to your ankles did house, what kind of hope do we have for any compliments getting done in this area? Well, first of all the press conference was prompted by meeting that was in sailor park. I it was last week. And we were invited to go porch. I was sick. I didn't go, but tune went and said, hey, you know, what are the concerns and they've got a lot of concerns down. There has been inundated with all the slug water. It's the ballpark's creeks run the whole nine yards. The city did not attend. No councilmember attended the meeting. And so, you know, the order that we filed isn't putting judge Barrett. So this is because we're in litigation with city. So admit, the it's a little awkward when you're in litigation with someone to to come up with a plan that joint 'cause there's this disconnect there, but we did take into account. The number one issue for the city. And put that into the plan. So I, you know, I have not talked to the mayor about his opposition to that. I was a little surprised by the tone of it. But in the end, you know, I think we need to put something on the table to get things moving because right now, we're stuck. And so we offered something to the judge to give him something to look at. I would ask the people the good people Addison and and Saint Louis park where you were Denise treehouse is I guess if you want council members show up you have to do simple bump stocks or inclusion or a streetcar something along those lines lot sexier than human waste. But, but that's the reality for the people that live there, and I it seems like no political member of cine councils interested in representing the people who every time it rains, they cringe because they know that human waste is going to float up through their basement. That's a much bigger problem to me than pretty much. Anything else council has addressed in the last year. Yeah. And I can't speak for the council members. What I know is that they were not in attendance. The the director of MSE was there, and she does represent the city's perspective. But you know, I will tell you this. I lived in price hill for twenty five years ahead to Jamaica basement. I know what that is. Every time it rains, you're like, no, no, no, you're right here. And so it's it's it's expensive. And it's disgusting. And when you have little kids, it's really disgusting. And so I do think some of us that are more. Unfortunately, familiar with what this actually looks like are feeling a lot of pressure to get something going. You know, what you need you need? You need is a poop czar. We need a person who's head streetcars. Are we need to poop Zardini street house? We need some is in charge of the fecal residue of the residents Cincinnati flooded. You know, what you need you? Need a plumber someone who knows him advanced? I nominate Scott teepee Skippy TV for TV mechanical Plummer, super Plummer emeritus with the permission. Of course. Bill riddle who's running the show, but it teepee me. Get Scott get him in here. There's your there's your poops R right there. That's the guy you want in charge of the sewers get a plumber and L Plummer in their he'll tell you. What's up in? He'll run things with an iron fist. What do you think? You tell him to give me a. Call. Subpoena him you have subpoena power. Don't you Denise about the Hoffmeyer is right now. Well, it's it's such a disgusting topic, you know, in in being in the home improvement in remodeling Gaiman. I've seen my share that too. And it's it just makes you cringe. It's the worst of the worst. Because it it's you know, it's not going away. It's something we all do, obviously. But to have it flooding in into people's basements in this day and age considering to how much money we pay in sewer tax on top of that. That's that's to me. It's a double whammy for people. You're paying for something that is horribly unfunctional. If it were a a private service that I got that kind of service rumour, I pay an exorbitant Bill it become like the VP and my kit. My I dunno my internet Bill and getting like a half a Meg download speed. But I'm paying one hundred dollars a month for the privilege of something not work in half the time. So I I would look at it. Wouldn't there be some sort of? I don't know if the county government city government certain the federal government to be involved in this and say, it's you're taking people's money. You're not providing a service, and as you know rates. Isn flat for the last three years. Yeah. So we're trying to keep those race flats in a in a space where we've got a consent decree to comply with. So it's not only the maintenance of the systems that you're talking about. It's also the consent decree that we've got to respond to an billions with a B billions of dollars of work that we are obligated to do by the federal government. And they by the way, not giving us one time to complete that work. And so it's it's just a terrible position being. But in the meantime, this flooding issue, both the, you know, the creek stuff and the separates happening in the basement. That's what people care about. And so we need to keep their rates down, you know, address the aging sewer system, but the disconnect between the city and the county has created delays where they're delays. There's increase in costs. And it's just not productive. We've got to move on. Because in in the meantime, the the projects don't move forward. And that terrible. Remember the council invited specifically to this press conference yesterday? No, they were they were invited to the meeting in filler park. But they were not invited to the pros. Well, then does that kind of show you the problem that if you invite him the press go, hey, we're having a press conference here to show that we're we're working together both bodies a government working solve these problems. That concern not only from a, you know, a unsightly issue, but also human health issue. That's E coli and stuff you're talking about you know, that the health department should be involved in this too as well. I'm sure they are. But it seems to me that it's almost like a dolt going. Listen, you guys got to get along. You got to fix this problem together?.

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"metropolitan sewer district" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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12:17 min | 3 years ago

"metropolitan sewer district" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Scotts launch on Tuesday morning, seven hundred w w son of the beeping thing and ham. We'll get more calls than that a little bit. But we have a big issue here because you may not vape you now have kids at vape. But everyone everyone listening goes to the bathroom everybody poops, therefore, therefore, you use the metropolitan sewer district now as you may or may not know this fifty year agreement finally ended, however, the city and the county is still operating under that because of a federal court order and yesterday there was a press conference evolving commissioners for tune and dream house in which conspicuously absent was members of the city of Cincinnati. John cranley members of council, and there's a desperate fight right now. And a political battle is, you know, it's been waged for years over how the sewers are managed to the point where the feds jumped in and said, you're going to have to spend three billion dollars to do a combined sewage Tutu eliminate combined sewers meaning that storm water and the nasty stuff. Don't co mingle as you know at this time of year, especially those neighborhoods. It's still continue to flood specifically the Addison sailor park region. You get sewage backing up in the neighborhood in its twenty nineteen. It's not eighteen nineteen nineteen nineteen. It's twenty nineteen. You can't have this anymore. It's unsightly. It's on sanitary. And not only that it makes us look like some third world country Denise three houses here. President of the commission. Joining me on seven hundred wwl w doesn't make us look third world Denise or is that rather maybe just a little bit theatrical. Well, hurt I never had that kind of lead in. Well, you ought to come on his show more often. That's a big buildup. It's a big Bill. Yeah. The beginning, especially so. Yeah. No. We do have huge issues. We do have to in streams and call it what you want, but it is a health issue. And it's just a it's disgusting. Neighborhoods have been dealing with this for decades. And you know, once again, we're trying to clean up the mess at MSG and Commissioner poor tune in. I want to say that Commissioner Commissioner Deborah Stephanie demon was not there because her mother is very ill. Unable to make it. So that was not an indication of her like sports offer something the try to get off the dime. You know, we've been in court in front of judge Barrett now for a while couple of years, and we've discussed this option in mediation. But as you know, that's really close process. And so we decided to file in order yesterday to say, hey, we want to go public because it's not as we've been sitting on our hands since the last time we offered a resolution to the problem. And so we just wanted to get that out in public are one of the issues that contingent is and that is accountability. According to you, guys, you that the county wants power to be able to fire dismiss city employees, as we know MS d is jointly run to some degree here too. And the problem is when you can't serve two masters. Someone's got to be in charge of it. When you have like, the streetcar, for example, took your friend, Greg Landsman, it took them over a year to come up with a streetcar czar someone who has no experience whatsoever. Over the problem with the streetcars, Ben there's no count ability because you're holding no one responsible for the final outcome or lack of outcome that same is true when it comes to the sewer district. It seems like a lot of finger pointing it's the city swallowed notes the county's fault. And that's a lot of the problems. I think when it comes to MSG my right again. So what the plan does is say give us the top twenty kind of the executive team over democracy. So these are the folks of the engineers from lawyers, you know, the the director bring them over to the county. So that we have direct access to them. Because remember the county owns the system the city runs the system. So the county is in charge of any rate increases and making sure that we are doing things responsibly in as quickly as we can. So we bring over the executive team over to the county, and then leave the other employees over at the city because remember the city's number one concern was that if the city employees become county employees that. Thanks CRS their retirement system, and I want to be sensitive to that a lot of folks in the city retirement system. And so we've addressed their number one priority, but we are bringing the control of the executive team over to the county. Get rid of the monitor we no longer need that function. And then started having a better line of communication between the county commissioners in the executive team at MSG be easier. If you or the city, and I think the county to county issue because it sewers. You guys are in charge of the whole thing instead of just like twenty everybody just put it in charge. You guys the county commissioners responsible? That's it solves the problem. Well, remember, we tried to do that in the first plan. So we had an agreement with the city we almost all of a signed off on it. And it said just bring 'em all over. But it was issue that got in the way that remember we had a needed a state law change. We did not get that accomplished because Oprah's state retirement head that they wouldn't be in favor or something like that. So anyway, you know, that that did not go as we had hoped. That's fine. This is plan b this is a different option that we think addresses the top priority. The city and also gets things moving on the side of the coun-. Denise three house Hamlin county commission, president on Scotland show seven hundred wwl WBZ cute, hearing centers dot com hotline and talking about the project, and but but on the other hand, John cranley is offering some substantial pushback basically saying over my dead body. So if John. Crannies resisting your changes in your suggestions? To the point where it's not a co press conference. It's just you and Todd standing out there with an empty feel of of human sludge behind you up to your ankles. Denise dre house, what kind of hope do we have for any compliments getting done in this area? Well, first of all the press conference was prompted by meeting that was in sailor park. I it was last week, and we were invited to go. I was sick. I didn't go but poor tune one and said, hey, you know, what are the concerns and they've got a lot of concerns down there. I mean park has been inundated with all the flood water. It's the ballpark since creeks the whole whole nine yards. The city did not attend. No councilmember attended the meeting. And so, you know, the order that we filed isn't putting judge Barrett. So this is because we're in litigation with the city. So I'll admit the it's a little awkward when you're in litigation with someone to come up with a plan that joint 'cause there's this connector, but we. We did take into account the number one issue for the city and put that into the plan. So I, you know, I have not talked to the mayor about his opposition to this. I I was a little surprised by the tone of it. But in the end, you know, I think we need to put something on the table to get things moving because right now, we're stuck. And so we offered something to the judge to give him something to look at. Well, I would ask the people to people of Addison and sailor park where you were Denise treehouse is I guess if you want council member to show up you have to do simple bump stocks or inclusion or a streetcar something along those lines lot sexier than human waste. But, but that's the reality for the people that live there, and I it seems like no political member of cine councils interested in representing the people who every time it rains, they cringe because they know that human waste is going to float up through their basement. That's a much bigger problem to me than pretty much. Anything else? Council has dressed in the last year. Yeah. And I can't speak for the council members. What I know is that they were not in attendance. The the director messy was there, and she does represent the city's perspective. But you know, I will tell you this. I lived in price over twenty five years. I had to do my basement. I know what it every time. It rains you're like Lono now, you're right here. And so it's it's it's expensive. And it's disgusting when you're little kids. It's really disgusting. And so I do think some of us that are more. Unfortunately, familiar with what this actually looks like feeling a lot of pressure to get something going. You know, what you need you need? You need is a poop czar. We need a person who's head. Streetcars? Are we need to poop Zardini street house? We need some is in charge of the fecal residue of the residents Cincinnati flooded. You know, what you need is you need a plumber someone who knows him advanced? I nominate Scott teepee Skippy teepee from TV mechanical plumber, super Plummer emeritus with the permission, of course, of Bill riddle who's running the show, but it teepee me gets got get him. And he there's your there's your poops. All right there. That's the guy you want in charge of the sewers get a plumber and L Plummer in their he'll tell you. What's up, and he'll run things with an iron fist. What do you think? You tell him to give me a call. Subpoena him you have subpoena power. Don't you Denise about the Hoffmeyer is right now. Well, it's it's such a disgusting topic, you know, being in the home improvement and remodeling Gaiman. I've seen my share that too. And it just makes you cringe. It's the worst of the worst. Because it's you know, it's not going away. It's something we all do, obviously. But to have it flooding into people's basements and this date considering how much money we pay our taxes on top of that. That's that's to me. It's a double whammy for people. You're paying for something that is horribly unfunctional. If it were a private service that I got that kind of service rumour, I pay an exorbitant Bill it become like the VP and my kit. My I dunno my internet Bill and getting like a half. Meg download speed. But I'm paying one hundred dollars a month for the privilege of something not working half the time. So I would look at it. And it wouldn't there be some sort of? I don't know if the county government city government, certainly federal government to be involved in this and say, it's you're taking people's money. They're not providing the service, well, and as you know rates than flat for the last three years. So we're trying to keep those race flats in a in a space where we've got a consent decree to comply with not only the maintenance of the systems that you're talking about. It's also the consent decree that we've got to respond to an billion with a B billions of dollars of work that we are obligated to do by the federal government. And they by the way, not giving us one time to complete that work. And so it's it's just a terrible position being. But in the meantime, this flooding issue, both the, you know, the creek stuff and separates happening in the basement. That's what people care about. And so we need to keep their rates down address the aging sewer system. But the disconnect between the city and the county has created delays where they're delays. There's increase in costs. And it's just not productive. We've got. To move on. Because in in the meantime, the projects don't move forward. And that bearable. History has remembered the council invited specifically to this press conference yesterday. No, they were they were invited to the meeting in filler park. But they were not invited to the pros. Well, then does that kind of show you the problem that if you invite him the press gonna, hey, we're having a press conference here in a show that we're we're working together both bodies of government working to solve these problems. That concern not only from a, you know, a an unsightly issue, but also human health issue. That's E coli and stuff you're talking about you know, that the health department should be involved in this too as well. I'm sure they are. But it seems to me that it's almost like adults here going listen, you guys got to get along. You got to fix this problem together? Why has the city in the county been so reluctant to solve this is a joint body as opposed to the back and forth now seen for the last fifty years. Well, I'm going to remind you again that we did have an agreement with the council members and the majority of the commission to move forward with the plan that in the end we needed state approval, and we didn't get it. So we were moving forward together. And that's a long. Time to come and we had a joint meeting, and we had public comment, and you know, we were working together..

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02:53 min | 3 years ago

"metropolitan sewer district" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Fifty-seven out the door news service of a wider providing truck insurance for over forty years and progressive insurance off in early stumbled close mix to start the week. The Dow fell eighty three points. The NASDAQ added fifteen for the day and the s&p rose three points. Crude oil rose a dollar thirty two a barrel to close at sixty four dollars and forty cents Boeing sank almost four and a half percent. After the company said it would cut back production of its troubled seven thirty seven max that alone pulled the thirty stock. Dow lower Tesla's laying off a number of sales employees. The company says the cuts are part of a strategy. That was announced a few months ago to help make the company more profitable. Chucky cheese is returning to public markets after five years C C entertainment, which owns seven hundred fifty Chucky cheese and Peter piper. Pizza stores expects to begin trading on the new York Stock Exchange sometime this quarter with an anticipated initial valuation of almost one and a half billion dollars the company reported revenue of almost nine hundred million dollars in the last fiscal year. Daria Albinger, ABC news. Back and forth between the county and city this pertains to the metropolitan sewer district. More from seven hundred Jack crumley there is still an ongoing legal dispute between the city of Cincinnati and Hamilton county when it comes to the metropolitan sewer district, however on Monday county commissioners, Todd poor tune into niece dream house. Proposed a partial fix to the issue. They are suggesting now that leadership of MS would fall under the county and the hundreds of MSG employees would still stay under the umbrella of the city that will be submitted to a court that's handling beyond. Going legal dispute Jack crumley News Radio seven hundred wwl w looks like some new rules coming to Miami. University in Oxford oppose last spring, Miami university put the new roles into effect as students came back from spring break last week the rules commerce university is investigating the delta. Delta fraternity which is accused of blindfolding a young man beating him and forcing him to drink an excessive amount of alcohol during a pledging ceremony last month. The fraternity has been suspended an investigation by the university and Oxford police are ongoing under the new rules. New members are required to take courses on accountability. And leadership and the university's pledge period has been shorten seven hundred Sean Gallagher gas prices continue to rise says ABC's Alec stone nationwide. Gas prices have risen about five cents a gallon on average, according to numbers from the energy department. But in California, the price of regular unleaded has shot up nineteen cents a gallon in just the past week many areas of cali-. Are now closing in on four dollars a gallon for regular unleaded for the first time since two thousand fourteen and prices could go over four dollars a gallon soon due to refinery problems for dollars a gallon. That's crazy average price though here in the tri-state to sixty eight a gallon, News.

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01:33 min | 3 years ago

"metropolitan sewer district" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Yet. But a pair of held a county. Commissioners today said they've got a solution to the ongoing metropolitan sewer district battle with the city of Cincinnati. Commissioners Thanh platoon and Denise dream house. Today proposed making MS de leaders employee's of the county and MS de workers would work for the city that plan now being submitted to the court that is handling the legal disputes Ohio has a new law when it comes to getting married up until today. It didn't matter how old you are. You could get married in the state of Ohio. If you could get your parents. Say yes or judge Dayton daily news investigation reveal between two thousand and twenty fifteen fifty nine girls fifteen or younger were married in the state and that has prompted the legislature to change the law from now on eighteen the legal age should be wedding Ohio for both men and women. There is an exception for seventeen year olds to go to court to get a judge's permission. Judge can only approve a wedding, though, if the age difference between the man and the woman is four years or less. I'm Brian copes. Sad news out of Afghanistan today. Three US servicemembers and an American contractor were killed by an attack on a convoy outside of the bottom. Airbase that's the largest US military base in Afghanistan. We understand that three other US servicemembers were also injured in this attack. This was a car bomb that exploded as the convoy was passing by this is the deadliest incident against US military forces in Afghanistan this year that is ABC's Louis Martinez. Reporting on Wall Street today, the Dow lost eighty four points. The NASDAQ added fifteen the SNP gained three I'm Jack. Crumley our next update at seven o'clock. Breaking news anytime NewsRadio seven hundred wwl at.

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"metropolitan sewer district" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Billy cunningham. From the cars. So dinners is good friend, Jason Williams. On some of the doings with the streetcar. And the fact that the city council has promised us with promise eight months ago. The Dr Joe have you thought about becoming the czar of the streetcar would you be interesting, actually, I if you remember like seven years ago, I was bad mouth in the streetcar. I guess it proved to be true. Well, you said it was like some scene from Jurassic Park velociraptor tourist who was not good people came after your hard. They came after me hard. And I mentioned that there were nice dinosaurs. In that movie and very nice. Honestly, there's bad ones though to one on their tails eating eating the top of the trees. Right. Ronda, sources, not bad, but the ad some of the predators out there. There are some predators out there you bad ones. And when you have. God bless the mayor John cranley. He was against it. I mean, he didn't want. They ran against this along with your buddy PG, sitting fouled, David, man. They all ran against the Kevin Flynn. Poor. Kevin Flynn was a putz poor Kevin four Kevin. He was beaten down all of a sudden that five to four fi pass because of the the nose became the yeses. And you know when you chase. Good money after bad. It's really bad. I mean, it's it's really a bad deal is Amy Murray on the other day. She gave us the number of four hundred million. I said she said listen to listen to the math one fifty six to actually the bonds and fifty million for interest over the next thirty years, which is a minimum number. Yeah. That's a little over two hundred million and five million dollars a year of losses for thirty years. That's one hundred fifty take the two hundred plus two hundred fifty your north at three hundred fifty million. She's I'm not talking about replacing the streetcars themselves after seven or eight years. They have I'm not talking about repairs of all the stations. I'm not talking about other loss income. We didn't I'm talking hard money. Four hundred million dollars for the city four hundred million that's money. And what's the present value of that money right now? I mean seriously. It's a nightmare. Would they've done. Tim nightmare is what have you driven on these roads lately? Disaster money to fix them. No, they don't. I mean, there's potholes that look like it's like Neil Armstrong landed on the moon. I mean, it's so bad the craters in these roads. And there's very few things that the city has to do. Protected citizens. Right. That's job number one projectors citizens. Number two, pick up the garbage number three fix the roads. That's it. So when you good these these pipe-dream things with these streetcars and stuff, and I know my liberal friends think it's the greatest thing. Oh, it's wonderful. It's wonderful. Have you ever gone downtown scene? The streetcar seriously I see every day going by the court house. There's nobody on it. It's ridiculous. It is it's it's like a ride at kings island if you want, and it's not a very good ride. No, it's a bad ride. And it's always late or you know, somebody Rex into it or it's taught Fortuna ran into. The streetcar now, I don't know if he supported it or not but Jason coming on after one o'clock, but and those who brought us this debacle. You can't find them talking about it or solving the problem with a search warrant, they're gone seal back sit and failed gone. David mann. Kevin Flynn is gone. But I don't understand the thinking behind. Let's build a streetcar that goes nowhere goes in a loop. Right. It's it's it goes to Finley market, which has plenty of parking. You can just drive your car their benefit. I go to Finley marketer there all the time. Place. But I'm just saying what the heck are they thinking? I don't know. Nobody. So whenever you have a situation where no one understands why they do it. There has to be a reason somebody got paid somebody proudly got paid. I mean, I don't know who did or what happens. Somebody got paid big money. Follow the money. Joe follow the money to Spain. The rain in Spain falls mainly on the plane and that's remark. Mallory spent five or six or seven trips, but some of his closest friends to examine the sites themselves. Don't build it in America. Let's go to Spain. Well, well, not good. Let's see. Now. Speaking about not good. Yes. Even Tony benders concerned about metropolitan sewer district. That is people don't understand that. I don't understand it because it's sewers you flush the toilet of crap goes away. You're good. But that gives us the overview of how the city and the. The county has managed its affairs for fifty years it expired in October of two thousand eighteen what is the status? So there was a consent degree decree fifty years ago. Where the county would fund the sewer district in the city would run it. What a mistake. Nightmare absolute nightmare, but in sixty eight the city was functional. So for those who made the decision and the late sixties to city was functioning. And this is my personal opinion. I mean, we're gonna we obviously are in litigation right now. But they've used MS is a cookie jar. And they have. Looted it and our rates have tripled being city council. Yeah. Now, it's gonna be expensive. Don't get me wrong. Pipes are failing. There's hives or failure. In awful. There's sanitary sewers and there's runoff sewers. And you you've got to separate them under the. And so there because there have to separate them. They have to build a lot of sewers the numbers four billion dollars have to redo the so we have sewer pipes that are one hundred years old. So the whole system needs to be rebuilt from ground up and the city and the counties agreement expired in October of two thousand eighteen what's happened since then well, judge Barrett's working on it. And. But Dave ios. Who was the auditor before he became attorney general this this past November? Came out with findings basically that people were just stealing money. I mean, they didn't do anything. So we're looking at that right now, we're seeing if in fact, there was criminal activity, or certainly we can advance civil actions to recover the money if they could ever pay, but it's really bad. I mean, it is it's a nightmare. So the idea of the city was to have quote diversity relative to sewers. And the issue was I don't want to mention names names been in the newspaper. If you want to mention, you can mention them, but certain noted individuals repaid, hundreds of thousands of dollars for diversity outreach programs where individuals who were African American submit at large bills to the metropolitan sewer district approved by a guy named parrot. Who was the guy appointed by city council, and there's finding against him to against him. And for my two hundred ninety thousand that he was supposed gotten study how to include more minority form firms in the construction of the sets of MSG, and and they took. MST money like six million dollars in diverted it into the city pension fund. I mean, it's incredible the pension funds for those Americans paying an MSG in the suburbs. Some of your money's for your sewer. Bill went to support the Cincinnati pension fund. Right. And it's it's it's I understand the city's position because they're so strapped for cash crops because your favorite streetcar, streetcar five million bucks a year just goes out the window to subsidize the streaker. And because it's failing the liberals on council saying we need to expand. We've gotta go up pill hill because it's family. Let's keep this thing going. I don't get. I just don't get it. I don't know. What do you do with MSG at this point because you have hundreds of millions of dollars being diverted by the city and a non MSG expenditures that we're I spend money we all spend money if everyone lives in Albany county spend money on we noticed we noticed the attorney general's office that we're going to pursue civilly at minimum, but we're also looking at any criminal activity. That's what we're doing. And how long would that take a few months city council says we have all the assets part of MSG that we paid for. We want the county to pay us hundreds of millions of dollars of the money. The city spent over the last fifty years, and of course, the county doesn't have any money. They keep cutting everything the city doesn't have any money. Well, when this first broke and the inquirer think Dan horn wrote stuff. I called the US attorney Carter Stewart is great guy, and I called Carter. And I said should we be doing something about this? He said Joe, I don't know anything about it. He said let me call you back. He calls me back and said. They contacted the public integrity unit of the US department of Justice. And they asked us not to do anything in this been years. It's been a couple years and finally Carter left when Trump got elected, President, Trump got elected, and I called Ben who's the current US attorney. And I said what is going on? I mean, should we do something about this? I now have findings from the state auditor about this looting of MS d and he called me back. He said, do whatever you want done. So we're going to do whatever we want now. So now, you're actually investigating. Yeah. At a minimum civilly and possibly criminal. We stepped down because I was asked by the US attorney not to do anything. So. Yeah. They just decided not to do anything right now. It's up to you. Yes. Well, Joe I mean, the other issue is bear it now has to decide whether to allow MS data become strictly accounting project. Not a city project the city objects, and it's not because of any reason other than money, which is the six hundred MSG employee's contribute money to the city pension fund, which is a disaster. And if they become county slash state employees, those six hundred employees quit contributing money to the pension system that supports five thousand pensioners in disaster in which case the pension fund collapses. That's got nothing to do with sewers. Does it nothing to do with it? And and but I understand they're in a bind. But it's there's the core problem is the mentality of Cincinnati USA. We're not part of the state. We don't care about the state of Ohio Cincinnati. Okay. And everything they've been involved with is been a disaster. Their pension fund, the university of Cincinnati was going under until the sixties when governor Rhodes was there, and they saved it by putting it in the state system. I mean, it's been a mentality of we wanna do it are on our own. We'll do the hospitals. We'll do the the pension fund, and we'll do it's our own deal. And we don't want anything to do with Hamilton county. We to do with the state of all its Cincinnati USA. Then what then every institution that they get into funding. Whether it's the university, whether it's the pension system, whether it's amnesty or the streetcar every time they get involved some big project goes right down the tubes. Then they come back to the taxpayers of Hamilton county state of Ohio or the USA and say, please save us. And every time it's happened that way it's happening again with the streetcar they want to be saved. They're not going to this thing is that thing is a joke. I mean, I wish you would just come down to my office one day and see the streetcar I mean seriously. Thing thing there it goes there it goes. And guess what? No one's no one's in it and those in adult pay anyway, I wrote at one time, and I asked Laurie clean Levin who sponsored me to go in there. I said is see a few of these people getting on getting off. I don't see anybody paying. No, they don't pay. And she said we had we had a system in place to have checkers who would every now and then get on the street car, and it wasn't funded. So a person was supposed to on your phone or some slip of paper saying you paid, but they didn't. But they don't wanna tell people that. Because then nobody would really pay if there was no one to check we'll Detroit history car. And as I understand it. No one wrote it and they were subsidizing per ride fifty dollars fifty dollars a ride, and they finally just ended it now if Detroit ends their streetcar how bad is Cincinnati. It came online with lift an Uber and these cards, so it's the same. Time five or six years ago. They're coming this, brilliant, brilliant brilliant. Streetcar idea here comes over and left. Here comes the carts. Here comes these little little bicycles. What's it called the Byrd or something? I see the bird that takes away all the business in the streetcar to it came on and a terrible time. And then instead of saying, you know, what let's get fish or cut bait. Let's cut bait. Kevin Flynn was the key vote five to four. They would have lost forty or fifty million. Now, they're gonna lose four hundred million right? And who's gonna pay for that? I know and and. Who's bright ideas? I mean in San Diego, they're gonna beautiful streetcar and goes somewhere, this street doesn't go anywhere. Okay. Doesn't go anywhere. People want to go. It goes nowhere. I'm at Findlay market. Let's go see a reds game. Wow. They're not playing today. Well. You know, what I think we should? Let's let's fun to stage. Coach does bring a let's bring on the horse's back. Let's bring them all back, Siri, brilliant brilliant. So so what do you do? Now, we're sitting here beginning twenty nineteen the city's got the pension system, which is a debacle..

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