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Coronavirus cases confirmed at 800+ schools across Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach and Monroe counties

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:28 sec | 3 weeks ago

Coronavirus cases confirmed at 800+ schools across Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach and Monroe counties

"And more confirmed coronavirus cases in Florida schools, the Department of Health's weekly report announcing 152 primary and secondary schools with cases. This brings the number of schools with verified infections to 827 across Miami Dade, Broward, Palm Beach and Monroe. The report does not specify of students with the virus were learning in person or virtually, and yes, schools are back open this

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At least 5 Pennsylvania counties to wait until after election to count mail ballots

Robert Pratt

00:37 sec | Last month

At least 5 Pennsylvania counties to wait until after election to count mail ballots

"At least five Pennsylvania County say they won't start counting mail in ballots until the day after the election. Here's Katie gave radios Joe Dusty o Beaver County Commission chair Daniel Camp says they don't have the staff to keep counting through the night Green, Cumberland, Frank, Linda and Monroe County officials also say they're going to start fresh with mail ballots Wednesday morning. Ray Murphy, with the group Keystone Vote, says speed is not the most important thing. What's important is that it's transparent. What's important is that there is no interference by boards of elections. Or anyone else in that counting process. Allegheny County is among the largest counties planning to count around the

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Rochester mayor indicted in campaign finance probe

Michael Brown

00:20 sec | 2 months ago

Rochester mayor indicted in campaign finance probe

"Of Rochester, New York, indicted on fraud and campaign finance charges. Lovely Warren calling the investigation of political witchhunt Monroe County D. A. Sandra Doorly disagree My 18% of it to a grand jury as we would any other case, and the result is the indictment that we're handing down today. It is not political. I'm simply doing my job.

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"monroe county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

07:27 min | 2 months ago

"monroe county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Back. Dear friends. Here's the thing the county clerk's office in Monroe County and I apologize to folks another counties for this focus. But the Monroe County clerk's office has over recent weeks and months to be honest with you percolated up with a A series of you everybody hear stories about you know I had to go to this county or that county to get my driver's license or whatever. So I'm just curious at two to eleven eighty If you've had any experiences with Mineral County clerk's Office of late and how they went for you James Glad you called Sir, welcome to Newsradio wham eleven eighty. Tomorrow and Bob. I'm trying to apply for my pistol permit, which of course, goes through the county clerk. And Dudakovic they're having appointment only for pistol permit applications, sign of the Times, whatever, but they're most. Close appointment that you can book is now out to November twenty third. And they're not taking any appointments passed December fourth at this time. That's that's over a month away just to drop off your paperwork and get your picture taken and I'm I'm not really pleased with that. Yeah. Thank you James. Pistol permits have been. You know been back Bernard their large. The DMV is where many people having difficulty as well. I. Be Curious your experiences but but here's my thought. The Monroe County Clerk's office says Oh Cova Cova cove it. Well The world has figured out how to live with cove it, and actually when you are in public service and I think that the county clerk's office is supposed to be about public service I know that the clerk is very proud of her progressive and feminist political views, and that's all a wonderful But the actual doing of the business of the clerk's office, it also should have some some minor role obviously minor but some role nonetheless. But it. Instead of coming up with the excuse for why you're doing poorly, you should come up with a solution that allows you to do better and here's the thing. We in Monroe County are accustomed to that. Because you know whatever you thought of their politics, I believe that Adam Bellow and Sheldon ofo and Maggie Brooks before that all had this tradition I'm not trying to be disrespectful of anybody who was before that or whatever it is. The these are all people I can think of specific examples. But the problems come up, every large operation will have challenges, of course, it, and what we've seen Outta. The last three county clerks is people who in a very proactive fashion came forward with solutions to the problems. Bello back he became invisible. Did that Sheridan all fo-? Clerk she did that and Maggie Brooks way back in the day when she was county clerk she did that this issue has ribbon arisen. Responding to it, here's our customer focused a solution. From all of the last three from both parties that's what we got. and. Now, we have literally go to Ontario Cownie go New Orleans county go. Outs and get that. We're not going to be able to get you win. Is that acceptable but you you you WanNa vote for though right because like yet she's a feminist and that's good and and she hates trump to so no that's what we're going news Joe. laskey. Then you on newsradio WAM eleven eight. Brand new flooring showroom filled with all types of. Scratch resistant force for toddlers and their toys. Easy to clean carpets, canines, stain-resistant floors for scrumptious suppers even floors for Yogis finding out how flexible they are. Here's floors for all and they're all at Lowe's choose your style and having installed for the holidays install available in stores. Only holiday insult applies to basic install subject to measurement and purchase restrictions, installer and product availability. CEELO'S DOT COM for details and licensing contiguous US only. So long summer find your new group at the JC Penney Fall, for you sale shop doorbusters in store and JCP DOT com Thursday to Sunday. While they lost like four ninety, nine select women's teas from A and saint John's bay plus seventeen thousand nine select Arizona, Fashion Denim for booster savings and get an extra twenty five percent off coupon on the go contact free curbside pickup is fast and easy all for fall and fall for you. It's a season to save at. JC. Penney. Offers valid nine, hundred, forty, nine, twenty, seven conditions exclusions apply see store or JCP dot com for details on cast from the Reliance Credit Union studios. This is Newsradio Sham you let eighty. Gale Sayers has passed away. The Kansas Comet Played for the Chicago bears late sixties Probably the best running back ever to play the game sadly, held back by injuries Maybe. Most famously for those who didn't follow football closely associated with a teammate and friend Brian Picolo There was in the early seventies maybe nineteen seventy-one a movie called Brian's song. In recounted the cancer fight of Brian Piccolo and subsequent death and showed her the sweet friendship and brotherly love a between these two great men gale sayers and and Brian. Picolo cancer took Brian Picolo. When he was in his twenty s a dementia to gale Sayers when he was in his seventies They're back together now and heaven is probably a little bit better place for the reuniting of those two gentlemen Let me get a call on the near then I. WanNa talk about some outs Theresa. Welcome. You're on Newsradio wham eleven eighty. Hey Bob. How're you? Hear, the same. I doing well, dates I just wanted to call. It's funny that you're talking about the DMV 'cause I yesterday. was we're getting a seventeen year old son new vehicle at well they used. Vehicles and it a private transaction and I went to make an appointment to so I could get it registered with the DMV. I can't get it registered him. They'll bumper twenty th. Yeah it's it's like so you know what we do in the meantime I did look at other counties. To try to get it in sooner and I think because everybody is having such difficulty in Monroe County. You know angle and other counties. The cat other county websites now say if you are not. A resident of their county, your appointment will be cancelled because I think they're getting flooded with Monroe County residents is a huge huge airflow, and here's the deal I. You know I don't want to question their websites but I I know somebody who took the? driver's test in Orleans County.

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"monroe county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

08:39 min | 2 months ago

"monroe county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"When it happens anytime another hour Bob Bury starts now on newsradio. WAM. Appreciate that Good Morning Americans and hello my friend in a couple minutes I wanNA talk about the Monroe County Clerk's office specifically, your experience getting service. They're. Trying to take your road test or get your enhanced driver's license maybe going and get a passport or renewed or whatever along those lines. I'm just curious how under the administration of Jamie Romeo the offices is functioning. I thought I just wanted to say something before I forget there's a tweet that came out just a few minutes ago from the patrol section investigations of the Rochester Police Department. In, it's a photograph of a semiautomatic handgun looks to be nine millimeter They've got the bullet that was in the chamber out they've got the magazine which has rounds in it out. So you can see and here's what it says. In, a in a series of three tweets. Last Night Rochester Police Department responded to Lyell Avenue for the report of a female shot with the suspect still at the scene. Officers arrived in observed male with a female on the ground. The man had a hand gun in his hand and ran away from officers. That's the first tweet. Here's the second one. As the mail ran, he pointed the handgun at officers and attempted to climb a fence officers were able to safely take him into custody at the fence. Officers charged Jerome Lindsey Forty eight city resident with criminal possession of a weapon second, third and menacing a police officer He'll be released today Then it concluded fortunately, the woman was not a shot or injured, and then it continues excellent work by the police department. The officers were able to quickly de-escalate and avoid a deadly force encounter. And it's that I wanted to talk about for just a half a second recognizing right up front that I'm a frigging idiot right there. What these people in law enforcement do I have no idea about I'm blowhard who sits on my ass and runs his mouth. Okay. These are people who get up go out and do so they know and I don't. That recognized. What what what transpired you be the officer for a second. Okay. You. Have received radio call that says a man has shot a woman right? There's a woman shot. You pull up at the scene Lyle Avenue doesn't say where but I bet you and a half a mile of where it crosses lyle just me guessing but but you show up on a radio call a man has shot a woman you show up on scene there is a woman lying on the ground there is a man there he has a handgun he immediately turns and runs you bail out of your car you run after him he turns and points the handgun at you. Right. In that moment. What do you think? What do you do? Well as Tweet, a number of a three here says these officers De de escalated and they invoice avoided a deadly force encounter meaning they they. They did not shoot him. Right And and here's the deal that restraint. Is certainly as you and I sit here in the sunlight of beautiful day that restraint is very commendable right and in the context of these times in this city. Oh Yeah. Yeah. Yeah Yeah You didn't you didn't shoot. That's good. Don't shoot the guy. Shoot the guy. Right you you who knows who knows what? Gruber and Lukin and Barnhart will say about you on Evening News. Right who knows what bust the mayor will throw you wonder who knows what the protesters will do at your. House. Who knows how much writing? This will set off? Who knows what she'll do after you lose your career because of this. You did the right thing. As long as he didn't pull the trigger. Right. But what is your understanding and knowledge? That he's just shot a woman meaning. He knows how to work that trigger. And he is of a mind to work that trigger. Any points that gun you? As you believe in that moment he had. Pointed at that woman. Again, she ended up not having been shot. But that's not what the radio told you. That's not what her laying on the ground reinforced in your mind. Now this restraint. Is a wonderful thing. Right. It'll maybe keep city council out of ruining your career. It may be will keep the peaceful protesters from trying to destroy you and your family's life. But what if we have bred into our police? Not just prudent observation but fearful hesitation. And what if he had pulled the trigger Right. The. Deal is that this restraint? Is a wonderful thing. As long as the bad guy. Doesn't try to kill the cab. But the experience of humankind teaches us. That sometimes the bad guy does. Try to kill the COP. and. If the rules the road now are. The bad guy gets to take the first shot. Okay. He pointed a gun at you but you don't know you know you don't know you can't. That's you can't shoot him. No you don't know what does he the Avenue Bullets? Do you know maybe he's confused maybe he had an arm spasm you don't know you can't shoot him. Right call. Call up the people you rent the barriers from. We're back at the public safety building tonight. Right get a Mitch. What's his name A- GRUBER'S LOOP IAN Tell Barnhart hurry up now it to get all the TV cameras. It's time to rip apart and other COP. But what if we have created? A reluctance. To do something. which may in some instances and I'm not saying all they should've shot the COP, but it's like, okay. He pointed a gun at a police officer. A man who your best information was had just shot somebody. And again, that's wonderful restraint. Unless again, we have taught. A fear and a reluctance. because x number of guys running down the street point next number of guns x number of Cops X. percentage of the time. Those guys are going to pull that trigger. And at some point. You're in a have dead. COPS. And at that point. You've got to weigh in the balance. How many dead cops is inacceptable number in order to promote the restraint that will keep your county legislator and your city council. Person off your back. Right what's the calculus Madame mayor what what what is what is the break even point on dead cops relative to is just so we know. That we know going forward back with you in just a moment on newsradio eleven eighty. Welcome.

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Florida reports more than 200 COVID deaths for second straight day, as Miami-Dade reports 461 new cases

Rush Limbaugh

00:19 sec | 3 months ago

Florida reports more than 200 COVID deaths for second straight day, as Miami-Dade reports 461 new cases

"Florida reporting more than 200 covet 19 deaths for a second straight day and 2583 new cases. Miami Dade County has 461 additional confirmed cases of covered 19 and 49 deaths. Broward has 14 more deaths. Palm BEACH nine, Monroe County saw four additional confirmed cases but no new

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"monroe county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

05:30 min | 3 months ago

"monroe county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Period end of story you bought it. It's it's yours a congratulations back in a moment on newsradio eleven eighty. Welcome back friends welcome back. there. The the question arises you know again, the command group of the police, department quits in protest of the mayor. Is So what are the prospects for Lovely, Warren. Politically. At the beginning of October, every expectation is that she will be. indicted a for matters related to campaign finance. information relative to that is being presented to a grand jury I think we understand this month. So we'll wait and see being indicted to be honest with you may not necessarily be a liability for lovely Warren in the city of Rochester she may position herself as a persecuted female or you know up against the system or whatever it may help her if we're just being honest about things. but if one is convicted of a felony crime under New York, Law one is removed from office. Now, how long would it take if she were to be dry indicted for a trial to be held and brought to? those things can drag out. It Bob Duffy everyone believes has been positioning one of his employees at the Chamber of Commerce. Adrian Hail to challenge a lovely Warren at You know in the Democratic primary, we've had Adrian Hill on this program He's a young man who he's got a great story to tell went in the marine, corps went to MCC went to Harvard or Yale or one of those. and then came to work for Duffy and has been you know Duffy's had him speaking at all sorts of events trying to raise his profile and establishes know community Bona Fide Fides though Adrian hail grew up in the city of Rochester and everything like that. The against seems to be a young man of of of a good education and a lots of promise. But his his resume might be a little short. I've just pretty much given it all to you it. Question might be after yesterday. Might Laurent Single Terry be a possible mayoral candidate. I don't know as a young man who's been a police chief of a fairly good sized apartment. He could make an awful lot of money and get himself about twenty years of prominence by you know, hopscotching around the country being chief at ever larger urban departments. that would not be uncommon. Of course for him to take I. Don't know his desires, his interests you know he and I are not swapping notes or anything like that he is a son of Rochester. If the only issue is that if he were to want to challenge Mayor Warren next year and again this is all you know a speculation he said and done nothing whatsoever they would lead anyone to believe this is what he wants to do the one of the but immediately and instantly people thought well Ronca run against lovely. but the deal is that in the world of Democrat powerbrokers and they tend to be big into powerbrokers. there's there's nobody that I can think of or anyone else can think of who would come and be like Laurent's supporter or whatever. Like that Duffy's already in with a hail and you know that kind doesn't leave a whole lot of anybody. One thing that is that will be part of this. Is that just like the protesters last night presumed that they're the ones who got rid of the police chief..

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"monroe county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

02:21 min | 3 months ago

"monroe county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"These things because I'm talking about you know obviously, brothers and sisters long personally have a very difficult job but I'll bring up one more point in that if you don't mind you know. We're putting cops in positions and we all agree you know everybody more mental. Health you know and I agree it's. Our fifteen. Love they're the best people in the wide world. We created that law enforcement ask for it right and and we created it, and then they they took almost two thousand calls just in August. Two hundred seventy I believe we're unique calls that's two hundred seventy people that are directly on one that we're not dealing with. Community that's how best this this mental health crisis is that we're in but that's not an excuse going that is we have to be very, very clear that we're calling nine one and asking police officers on a continuous basis to respond to calls that were not designed to handle, and we all agree that no one's not. So here's an opportunity not only to look at these things and then they'll look at you know across the board and not be offended on defunding and we all agree antagonistic term but is there a reallocation of resources can take the burden off cops and free them up to do with what they're designed to do public safety and security in your neighborhood and? Is Sending. You know two hours at the hospital next month the transplant get taken over. From that from us to the hospital in custody could someone else doing the person's not an immediate threat to anybody you know those are things that I think we got the plan time we're GONNA have these. Conversations and then last thing I think I was going to I'm rambling on. You can see you know is a time that we really need to take a step back and look at who we are, what we do not law enforcement. Law Enforcement Community all the stakeholders in our in our in our community. Really look at this structural stuff that people don't WanNa talk about. it's so important that we do it. Now we have an appointed time and then the last thing I was just GonNa add was the mental health part police officers. You know any job is stressful you callous you get jaded really really quick and we don't work in the mental helping instability and and in the police officers and their families they're human being inside those uniforms and we just gotta we gotta look at harder at that to how do we take care of our cops So they can take care of the community abstaining Sheriff Todd Back. Thanks you service in time. Sir We appreciate it. Thank you always appreciate it. Thank you. You bet you back in a moment on Newsradio wham eleven eighty. Eight, it's time for news. I'm grateful to the share for visiting with US I'm grateful to Todd Halladay for bring a big newscast will have that next on Newsradio wham.

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"monroe county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

05:13 min | 3 months ago

"monroe county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Micron you go Thank you very much. I. Appreciate that in troops I. Appreciate you showing up for muster. Hope all is cool. Cooling copacetic on your end and yesterday of course, mid afternoon word comes at the top spin taken off Rochester police department which begs the question in some people's mind of where does law enforcement stand and what what we think about this, and it gives us a little insight on both those things where under speak with a man who spent a great many years in the Rochester police bar before going off to be the chief in Greece and of course, now he Monroe County is your Sheriff Sheriff Todd Baxter giving Sir. Welcome to the broadcast. Good morning about. Again I appreciate your time. No know it's valuable. Thank you for joining us First of all law enforcement goes forward right? Yeah I heard your your your prelude to our conversation and and that's exactly what popped in my mind. Nine along calls do not stop. This is not a an airplane that we can land. to rebuild right. So I was listening to the radio last night you just really impressed at the nine one one calls are still coming in cops are still responding. And they're doing what they're trained to do the during what they're causing the do and that's what professionals do when any organization. That's what professionals do when sometimes you know you get kicked in the gut and you got to move on and the people of the community, the city Rochester expecting deserve a service when they call and they're still getting today and and it's a testament professionalism amongst all this chaos he did. Not, want to draw you into something that may or may not be your your bailiwick, per se but understanding the command structure of that agency with these individuals no longer in their positions who who is in charge who who steps in and takes that responsibility Dino Sir. Obviously. The exact same question being the sheriff from Coney. I think I have some obligation. A organization not able to perform its function, and that's not what occurred yesterday in recipes farmers as a matter of fact, that's just what I alluded to a counselor out there doing your job as they were supposed to and also she's been around single tear. It was one of my first phone calls when I heard it actually undersheriff found call the deputy chief just to make sure. Everything..

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Coronavirus: Miami mayor hopes for a "relaxation of the rules"

Rush Limbaugh

00:52 sec | 3 months ago

Coronavirus: Miami mayor hopes for a "relaxation of the rules"

"Was banned in Miami Dade restaurants could soon be ableto welcome Guests back indoors. Miami Mayor Francis for is his brow words. Corona virus cases remain lower The Miami Dade's and pave kept indoor dining going hoping to see Some relaxation of the rules, but certainly the mask in public will be something that'll be here for the foreseeable future. As municipal mayor's away to final final announcement announcement from from Miami Miami Dade's Dade's mayor, mayor, Hi, Hi, Leah's Leah's mayor mayor is is telling telling his his police police and and code code officers officers to to stop stop enforcing enforcing indoor indoor dining dining bands. bands. Florida Florida adding adding 183 183 deaths, bringing the death toll past 10,500 new cases of Corona virus or again below 3000. Today, Miami Dade County A 773 additional cases. 20 for new deaths per hour 201 new cases and 15 deaths on Beach County 107 cases with five deaths and one more case confirmed in Monroe County. No additional deaths reported police may be closer to finding the

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Miami mayor says Broward's COVID-19 cases lower than Miami-Dade's, hopes for "relaxation of the rules"

Rush Limbaugh

00:52 sec | 3 months ago

Miami mayor says Broward's COVID-19 cases lower than Miami-Dade's, hopes for "relaxation of the rules"

"Was banned in Miami Dade restaurants could soon be ableto welcome Guests back indoors. Miami Mayor Francis for is his brow words. Corona virus cases remain lower The Miami Dade's and pave kept indoor dining going hoping to see Some relaxation of the rules, but certainly the mask in public will be something that'll be here for the foreseeable future. As municipal mayor's away to final final announcement announcement from from Miami Miami Dade's Dade's mayor, mayor, Hi, Hi, Leah's Leah's mayor mayor is is telling telling his his police police and and code code officers officers to to stop stop enforcing enforcing indoor indoor dining dining bands. bands. Florida Florida adding adding 183 183 deaths, bringing the death toll past 10,500 new cases of Corona virus or again below 3000. Today, Miami Dade County A 773 additional cases. 20 for new deaths per hour 201 new cases and 15 deaths on Beach County 107 cases with five deaths and one more case confirmed in Monroe County. No additional deaths reported police may be closer to finding the

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Miami - Monroe County Announces Emergency Order, Some Evacuations Ahead of Tropical Storm Laura

WIOD Programming

00:29 sec | 3 months ago

Miami - Monroe County Announces Emergency Order, Some Evacuations Ahead of Tropical Storm Laura

"Will will spend the weekend rolling towards the Sunshine State and Monroe County Mayor Heather Carruthers is taking no chances with the incoming storm. Ordering Ordering a a set set of of mandatory mandatory evacuations evacuations for for select select residents residents in in preparation preparation of of the the storm. storm. A A bee bee sees sees Roy Roy Rameau's Rameau's is is in in Key Key Largo, Largo, those those living living on on vessels vessels and and mobile mobile homes homes told told to evacuate visitors on Harvey's travel trailers and campers told to move the vehicles out of the county county shelters are open with covert 19 social distancing measures in place. Some

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Florida reports 3838 new coronavirus cases

Rush Limbaugh

00:25 sec | 3 months ago

Florida reports 3838 new coronavirus cases

"Quarter reporting 3838 cases of 19 Today with 219 more resident deaths. The state is now up to 579,932 confirmed cases and 9750 resident deaths attributed to Corona virus since the outbreak began. A new deaths include 45 lives lost in Miami Dade 12 more in Broward and 14 and Palm Beach. Monroe County did not report any additional

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"monroe county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

08:17 min | 4 months ago

"monroe county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Looking back. My friend welcome back very quickly on this issue of the Elections Commissioner for Monroe County. Each county has to one Republican one Democrat in that. So they can keep an eye on each other, and so the politicians aren't sleeping each other's throats and and that's a find system, right? Jackie Ortiz member of Rochester. City Council, I, presume she gets confirmed to this job. She'll resign net job but Jackie Ortiz. Last night was going to be considered by the legislature and that was thought probably. If past performance, is any indicator going to be some kind of rubber stamp deal? But you know we spoke yesterday to the top Democrat legislature. He very clearly had real problems with her candidacy in what's going on is there are Democrats who follow lovely warn, and there are Democrats who follow Joe Morelli. The ones who followed? Joe. Morelli all seem to be white. The ones who follow a lovely Warren. Awesome. The people of Color, and the deal is that you know as naturally happens you know if if people are you know they want the jobs and the power and the influence, and that's how electoral system works. Right. We vote for people who you know. We think we agree with or agree with us or whatever, and then they get in and they implement what they WanNa do and they bring in people who are philosophically like them and we presume and hope that that they are philosophically like us. Anyway, the point is that. This fights going on? And the white. Democrats with Morelli. Want Jackie Ortiz and using Jack. Your ts is a wonderful person. She I I I I think she's the grownup well, on city council. She sees I, admire her tremendously. She's a person of significant character and achievement. But the deal is that you know she's the candidate of Morelli and you know his group and over on the other side lovely and her group, they wanna go a different direction and they feel that the Morelli People Kinda screwed him over, and there's a lawsuit going and you know Morelli is better at organizing. You know what's going to happen like when the Democratic Party gets together in Monroe County and a convention, he's been running that show for a long time. But at the end of the day, it's a legal matter involving elected representatives. You know people hold office in the county legislature and you know the the lovely Democrats. They don't want Jackie Ortiz. And the Republicans who are the majority I think that they've had a very good working relationship with the lovely. Warren. Democrats. And I think they taken the position of you know what the Democrats need to be united when you guys sort this out You know we'll. We'll be theref- will vote for wherever you pick you know, but we're not gonNA. You know we're not going to choose one of you guys over the other. So here's the deal I, I saw various news called this a deadlock or fighting whenever like that. It's not, it's democracy. And sometimes it's ugly and sometimes elbows get thrown But that's how these things get sorted out and at the end of the day even though sometimes it can look ugly. It's the will of the people because people went to a voting booth. You know some novembers ago and they elected members of the county legislature and stuff like that in those people have the legal responsibility and prerogative and they're exercising. So we'll see how it works out myself of late I feel persuaded by the lovely warned Democrats, they seem, you know to be more sincere in this matter many while shut up who cares when I think, but but that's what's going on there. We will the. Still, go forward. Fine. We'll everything be just the way it's supposed to be. Yeah. Don't worry about it. The Election Commissioner is you know the the it's not a completely essential role i. don't know that she counts the ballots herself. They GONNA lots of staff to take care of that and I believe there still is an acting commissioner it time for traffic weather on the ten on newsradio eleven eighty. newsradio whammy lemonade. Brought to you. By William Muhtar hurt in a car call William Muhtar. Let me sunny today though right now there does seem to be a fair amount of high thin clouds out there a high in the lower eighties is anticipated. Sixty eight is the temperature at eight, forty, two in you're listening to news radio WHAM eleven eighty. Okay now back to the covert, clap for half a second, there's just a thought that came to me and I did a little bit of looking around I. Think I the last couple of days once or twice I've mentioned the notion that we need to realize recognize that Cova doesn't go away when we get a vaccine. I don't know if a lot of us were paying attention and biology class or maybe they've just dumb things down so much that we still got a great score on the regions and just don't know squat. But of course, a vaccine. Is for the person who gets it a partial protected and to the extent that vaccine vaccines are beneficial and they're dramatically beneficial it comes from mass inoculation and some function of mathematics. If, a whole bunch of us have partial protection than the whole lot of us have a very good protection. Anyway, leave that aside. When a vaccine is found for Kovac. We will probably have maybe for a period of years just about as much covid in Kovic sickness in Cova death as we have in New York right now, recognizing that is important so that we're not like you know shocked or scared when that ends up being the case, and also if government is using this level of Covid to oppress us and destroy our businesses and desecrate our personal liberties, Yotam yesterday Then we oughta be aware of the fact that this might well continue for a long long time. Here's an example, the measles maxine was invented in America in nineteen, sixty three. So we had a vaccine against measles in nineteen, sixty three and began mass inoculations initially through measles vaccine. Then a handful of years later through the Mr Measles Mumps and rubella, right a whooping cough. But we we began in nineteen, sixty, three mass, a vaccinations for measles. Measles was eliminated as an endemic disease in the United States in the year two, thousand, I mean open borders brought it back in the two, thousand eight, but we beat measles finally in the year two thousand. After thirty, seven years of. Based vaccination. Right and. That's a reasonable model for a new vaccine against any disease. and. So you know they're gonNA make vaccine. and. We're GONNA have Cova D- just like people had measles for almost forty years after that maxine was made. and. That's not to diminish confidence or gratitude or saying your prayers that they quickly get a vaccine. It's just this is how biology works. And we've got to apply that to how politics works especially oppressive politics. If at this level of covert, a Cuomo insists on flying the flag at half staff and running the government like he's the king. If, we are apt to have this level of covert infection for years and maybe decades to come. What is he going to do? What will his successor's do? What.

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"monroe county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

08:19 min | 4 months ago

"monroe county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Sixty, five at eight eleven and a sunny and lower eighties is the forecast high for it. Today sixty, five at eight eleven, and you're listening to news radio WHAM eleven eighty. Okay. Here's my second Thought of the overnight about covid. and. You know I kneel before the altar of Kovic, which is our our master, and Lord, we all know that if you're not living right, here's the thing as about safe. You're not living right now in abject terror of of covert. It's probably because you're a racist or something like that. Trump voter. Damn you. But I I. You know. We work here and broadcast central in the five. Star. Bank building in downtown Rochester. And the building in the best of times is almost empty, right? This is downtown. Rochester were an office tower. So you know a lot of empty space, but with the Cova de and People working from home. The the building is is largely deserted. You'll go two or three or four days and not see anyone. In this building other than say, an immediate co worker or the the the good folks who work the security desk right. But this morning. I get out of the car and I'm walking towards the elevator and The elevator is in a separate room, which is separated divided on two sides from parking garage by a glass wall, a glass door, right? So you can see through heavy slowly, but it's separated I down of the car I. Moseley. S I. go through the Glass Door I'm in this room with the two ends, you can see through an and the elevator is there in that room and it's a large large room. A lady walks up on the other side, the other glass door, and she sees me and she immediately stops and she won't walk in. We're both wearing masks. Okay. She won't walk into this large glass room while I'm there right, and I'm not sure you truly can see fear in someone's eyes, but I sure thought I saw in hers. I walk over and I pushed the button, and after a fashion, the elevator opens and I. by course, we don't stand near anyone anymore I. I had moved to the opposite side of that that glass room when the elevator opened. I pointed at it with my finger and ingestion with my other hand. Saying you go ahead Dick Delaware because clearly she didn't want whatever like that, and she no wave that off did not want to come in to the. You know the end of the room, there's there is a, there is a fear you know prudence is You know always important and stuff like that. But fear is Well, the what's at they taught you in Sunday school. Satan is the father of fear which is saying the Bible be strong and a good carriage courage rather of I again, I. Being afraid can be self preservation type thing. But having a population that's kind of. unduly worked up is a great tool for manipulation but it's not really a prudent or happy way live. Anyway, that's a tangent. There's one other thing I want to say about cove and we'll get back just a moment on newsradio cam eleven eighty. newsradio whammy Levin Eighty weather brought to you by William, Muhtar hurt in a car call William. Muhtar is going to be a sunny today with a high in the eighties going to clear out here. The humidity likewise will be lower than it was yesterday. It is Sixty six at eight, twenty one and you're listening to Newsradio wham eleven eighty. Second to have to put something on facebook here, just a second. For Mount. Morris. Residents. Comma. The matter of the gentlemen coming into people's homes has been addressed by the district attorney and the police. Department. Period? He is currently being held in the. Living, living. Thing I've expel this county jail on a high bail. Go, it's a funny thing and we'll get to within the second and I'm not trying to highlight any particular situation necessarily But in Mount Morris is is where I have the privilege of live to live. It's wonderful. Town all nine of my children have grown up there. It's their hometown and we're grateful for. The the people who are our neighbors there has of late been. A situation where. a man has been breaking into homes. And The Mount Morris Police Department is rock solid. They do a as as one resident. My my judgment is they do an excellent job. And they catch him every time. But we live in, you know a state where the cops the bad guys in the crooks of the victims and we don't have bail. and. So the memoirs police department catches this man every time and they've got their eye on him to try to prevent him from doing more of this stuff all the time. But each time he is a caught. He is you know there's no bail. Under. The. Reforms of this state brought to you. By the Democratic, party I'm not trying to be partisan, but this is something they're proud of something they run on something. They promised to give more of if they are successful in November at the national state and local levels, right? But. The deal is that this man and I don't know whether this. What his situation is, you know people sometimes do crimes because they're motivated by drugs. Sometimes, people do crimes because they have mental illness. Sometimes, people do crime just because they're evil, right? Whatever this a gentleman's issue is. it keeps breaking into two. Right. And you know he, it's an appearance ticket. It's an appearance ticket. It's an appearance ticket. And it has been very disquieting for the people of of Mount Morris, and you know there are those who are afraid. He's going to break into their house and I know just as a resident, we at our home. Have you know short of redoubled our physical security? and. They're also those who just realistically say you know you you. Keep Breaking People's house at a certain point. You'RE GONNA get shot right? Because if you're in someone's home and you know they encounter you, you know their first response might not be Psyche Val. You know there might be another initial response that could end up a messy. Anyway My understanding is taking more information He was indicted yesterday. by limiting county, grand jury and on some charges and is currently being held on a fairly high bail and so if he needs to dry out, he can do that in jail. If he needs to access mental health services he can do that in in jail. If he's just a bad guy needs to be segregated from his neighbors. Then back in happen it I in jail, but to the folks Mount Morris you are. Spared at least temporarily from the ravages of a Democrat, criminal justice reform he has been locked in at least from him. Your homes are now safe. It's time for news. The Great Joe laskey will do that. We'll be back. He's done on Newsradio wham eleven eighty..

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"monroe county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

08:02 min | 4 months ago

"monroe county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Tell me about your concerns? Or. If you are a teacher does not speak for you, and here's the deal I understand. You know we live in the era of the Internet Antifa, and if any of these folks here, you say something contrary to what you're supposed to. They'll come after try to destroy you. So if you're a teacher, don't feel obligated to give your real name right and let me give you the rule of pseudonyms on this broadcast. If you are a male and you want to be identified, we will call you Eddie or you may identify yourself as Eddie if you are a female and what not to be identified, then you, your name will be Valerie. If you are neither male nor female, then you'll be screwed. or or maybe not. What am I? How does that work? Let's just move on though. But you can call up here, give a different name and You won't have the. Internet. ANTIFA. Come after you hopefully. But I would just be curious if you are a teacher, what do you think? What is your experience? Tell you? What is it that you have in your heart about the possibility of opening schools in about a month? We'll be back after. The big news gas with Joe laskey on newsradio eleven eighty. newsradio whammy eighty weather brought to you by William. Muhtar hurt in a car call William Muhtar. It's going to be mostly sunny today hazy another warm one high in the upper eighties. Maybe Ninety, seventy, seven, and eight, forty, one, you're listening to newsradio eleven eleven eighty. So the deal is that? You. have. This judge saying that that a cap of fifty people is it for a religious event is not acceptable legal. Now, how do you get from wedding to religious event? The people on behalf of the golf course argued that culturally We have seen As a religious undertaking all through our history, it is, for example, in Catholicism, a sacrament It is in my religion and ordinance some official event necessary ultimately to your salvation. So, it. It's it. It's a big deal and and here's the deal. The CUOMO administration instead of responding to this as someone committed to the cause of liberty might, which would be were hold it. If we screwed up, we're sorry, we're grateful this clarification we believe in the constitution, we support the federal judiciary, and if we've done something unconstitutional and then we'll back right off at. Thank you judge giving us new information on this, but we don't live in that world. We live in Cuomo Stan right and he'll do got pissed. With capital Peo- right and and his deal was that This is wrong. The judges irresponsible. This is dangerous We're going to appeal this. This will not stand and this ruling applies only to these two weddings. There can be no other weddings. There can be no other religious gatherings. You can't have more than fifty people and so Cuomo, drug doubles down on being a jerk, right? He doubles down on dominating and suppressing, your liberty. This is one of an and here's the thing you watch a TV or the news. They went to some like local place where you can have weddings, I guess, and the people there conditioned already to being sheep said. At this is this is someone who's who's living is we put on wedding receptions. Okay. Come your thing here and they said Oh no. No. That we we would not. We will not violate the state guidance. It's it's foreign own safety. Okay But here's the thing. The judges right. this will be appealed though by the state, the next place it would go is to New York City to the Second Circuit Court of Appeals. What will it decide? We'll time will will tell us. But one thing I probably point out is that though the governor claims this gives you know new rights. I don't feel obligated to believe him or accept his interpretation of of what this means and and be honest with you. I'm embarrassed as a as a you know worship Rom I'm going to hell I'm not a good person, but I like to go to Church and listen to the people sing or whatever. but I'm embarrassed that this lawsuit making this argument, which of course is true that I, I'm embarrassed that this defense of the right of public worship in our Constitution was defended by my church or yours or the mosque over there, the synagogue down the road. but. It was defended by a couple of guys at a golf course, right? When the golf course people care more about the constitution and care more about freedom of religion, then do the you know all the pre lates and the the bishops and the What do you call people all their fancy robes and fancy titles? All the religious leaders were Kinda screwed right. But I'm grateful in our society. There were some people who had some sense of liberty and would stand up for it even if we did have to. To go to the golf course to find him back with you in just a moment on Newsradio wham eleven eighty, newsradio whammy, eighty weather brought to you by William, Muhtar hurt in a car call. William Muhtar going to be mostly Sunny today a high in the upper eighties could be some afternoon. Maybe evening rain could be some clouds block off that meteor shower. Tonight. It's seventy, six at eight, fifty, one in. You're listening to news radio. WHAM eleven eighty. Margaret glad you called US ma'am. Welcome to newsradio Ham eleven eighty. To Talk to you I question about a new postmaster, General? he's. Put out some edicts to say there's no overtime and occasionally you know you don't have an employee. So what do you do but? I, I think that people at the post office touches every single person every day whether you have Mueller or not. You pay attention to whether you're male or not is extremely important a lot that you get the meal, right? I think that people should pay attention to how our president is going along with appointing someone as postmaster general I'd like to know if he had a background in the postal service. So the actually knew knows what is going on at the base level. You know how you get the mail out I, love and respect the postal service and the people who work for it. But Myself, I would not appoint a postmaster general whose background is in that organization because that organization is an astounding abject failure, it has been recently politicized for whatever reason, the Democrats are very the they want attention focused on the postal service. Here ears the the simple thing we need to stop subsidizing the Postal Service in most regards, and we need to tell it to sink or swim. We live in an era where the delivery of parcels is the fastest growing industry. We have right nearby shopping online, and you see these incredible people in the Amazon vans and the Fedex trucks in the ups and sometimes rented vehicles in their flying this way, and that in they're.

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Miami-Dade sees low COVID-19 positivity rate with increase in death toll

Rush Limbaugh

01:04 min | 4 months ago

Miami-Dade sees low COVID-19 positivity rate with increase in death toll

"Florida Department of Health reporting a big drop in covert 19 infections in the past 24 hours. But the death toll is up 4155 new cases reported along with 91 deaths that includes nine lives lost in Miami Dade, 18 in Broward and five in Palm Beach. No new deaths in Monroe County. The positivity rate is also down. The latest 8.6% and we're not in the clear yet. But with Florida's daily total of slightly more than 4000 new cases and the positivity rate dropping, local elected officials and doctors are cautiously optimistic that we're seeing the light at the end of the Corona virus tunnel locally, The rolling 14 day positivity rate is down in both Miami Dade and Broward counties have also seen hospitalizations trend lower If the virus is like the seasonal flu epidemiologist, Dr Robert Cook hopes Florida's outbreak has peaked, and with so many people exposed Is there could be immunity building in the community. I do think Miami took pretty aggressive. There's hopefully those types of forceful things won't be necessary. If people can't just accept it does seem to be working. The math seem to be working. The wild card will be reopening of

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"monroe county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

08:08 min | 4 months ago

"monroe county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"The bridge amand. Welcome back France. I just saw something. Not. Disturbing but it. Hurts my feelings a bit. Than come out. Right Deanna duberry channel ten. She's an anchor there and she's been here a few years and she's been fighting cancer. We we spoke with her a little bit ago. Remember she went with her son down to see John Lewis when he was lying in state. Any rate she tweeted something out yesterday I just came across but It says here had to have a Cova test before my cancer treatment and suffice it to say I wasn't fond of the feeling of a foot long swab being shoved up my nostril fortunately, test is mercifully short and that's attached to a video that someone took her in a chair as this test is being given to her. And you can see that the poor lady is is in extreme discomfort and she and again, this is a lady who's been through hell and back repeatedly fighting cancer. I think three separate times now and she knows how to take pain and you can just tell that this is very unpleasant for her and she does the very best she can at any rate I've not had cova, tasks? To. Heaven. You know had any reason to have not been in contact with anybody whatever else like that I if you've been in had it and you want to tell us what it was like. I. Eager to hear. But God bless DNA duberry who by the way up starting some new. Cancer Treatment and whatever like that keep her in your thoughts and prayers. But I've re tweeted that video and it's I feel bad for her. I apologize if sometimes we overdo issues involving the the city and it's Politics I. Apologize For that I recognize that for most of us, it doesn't impact our lives and it's not particularly interesting. But some of these things nobody else is doing it or not very much is doing it. I'm grateful to city newspaper, which has a turned out under David Andreatta to have sort of retooled itself, and if you are interested in things involving the city city newspapers doing a very good job of reporting on a lot of stuff I check them out if I were you. Any rate city newspapers don't a story about something that's been percolating a little bit in the background for a while, and it is an effort by the Joe Morelli. An Adam Bellow Democrats in the county legislature to sort of push aside, the guy who is now the leader of the Democrats in the legislature and I know you may not care about all this Gimme two minutes to lay it out and we'll move on. Okay. There's a man named Vince felder he was on the show last week week before I think he's the minority leader of the Monroe County legislature. He's the top Democrat and he speaks for and leads that caucus I mean speaks for anybody's free to say whatever they want but he leads the caucus, right? He's been the leader of the caucus since they started in in. January with the new session if you will of the Monroe County legislature. At any rate he's again, like I said African American guy. Well the Morelli legislators who are all Caucasian, which I don't care whatever color you might be, but you got the Morelli legislators and they are pushing to have. Vince. FELDER removed as a minority leader, right? I. Mean they're all hanging up the black lives matter banner from the library and stuff. But apparently, black legislators don't matter and anyway the point is that they want to push him out. The and they want to replace him with one of their own who will. be again Morelli Person. What probably is going on behind the scenes here and what probably is behind Adam bellows. Press release, we talked about a few minutes ago about redistricting. Monroe County. Is that the Republicans have a slight majority. In the legislature and when they after the census re district you know draw the new lines or keep the lines whatever they do It's very likely that Adam bellow will veto whatever they come up with because Yeah. Because Morelli tolling too. But the reason Morelli will tell him to is because they're democrats and these other ones are Republicans and you know cats and dogs whatever like that. So the deal is that if it's just Republicans versus Democrats than there aren't enough votes to ride the Morelli veto of this, and so they'll have to be negotiations between the Republicans and Morelli to come up with you know what the new county legislature lines will be. However. Vince. Foster. And some of the other Democrat Democrats who are people of color I hate to rebut there the white ones who are with morality and there are the non white ones who are a lot more open and such. But anyway, the some of the non white ones have worked including a leader felder on a on A. A variety of things. They've done some bipartisan stuff, right which is good and interesting because forever the legislature has always been all the Republicans vote that way all the Democrats vote that way and there was no true legislation there was no. But this way if if if the Non White Democrats think that the Republicans have a good idea they'll. They'll. They'll vote with it right and if the Republicans think that they've other ones got a good idea, we'll great. Let's do something together. Let's let's co-sponsor it. So there a working relationship between the people of the Democrats of color in the legislature and the Republican majority. And the deal is that if Morelli Vetoes The redistricting plan the Republicans come up with if the five Democrats of Color side with the Republicans in the veto override than than the new lines stand, which means this that when redistricting happens the Republicans and the Democrats have color are gonna be the ones who are going to decide where the line is because if they stick together, they will able to override the Morelli, a veto and will be able to get the lines that they want, and so that's really got the White Democrats bent out of shape right now. Because they are afraid that they and their Daddy Morelli are GonNa get shut out and that makes them very upset and so what they're trying to do is knock over Vince felder now and try to frighten the Democrats of Color into toeing the line in doing what Morelli tells them to do. So that's kind of how it stands and you know I'd say stand back and watch you know I don't live in this county and you know whatever but I do like it. When here's thing I'm always for the underdog. and. When the guy who's the big king of the world gets kicked in the CROTCH I I'll be honest with you I kinda I kinda like it and folks who really didn't have a voice to be honest with you. The Democrats have color in the legislature the they're not getting the time of day out of Morelli Democrats if they can work with the Republicans in the legislature and get things that are important to them, I think that's how democracy works and that's.

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"monroe county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

05:52 min | 4 months ago

"monroe county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Will they got their jobs by representative of those people. They've kept their jobs by being representative of those people, and if they want to keep their job after redistricting, then they need to conduct themselves in an appropriate fair of fashion. Right And they say, well, it's not fair because like one party has more people and so like they might set it like they have an advantage. Let's just stop for a second. One the numbers Monroe County legislature are very, very close right is not some big whopper advantage, but I as will typically be in a body with an uneven number of members there will be more of one team than the other. That's not a function of oppression. That's a function of the People's choice. If, there are x number of tea may and some other number of team be. That's because that's what the people decided when they went to vote. And if the people should give. Control to one party or another or at least a slight advantage to one party or another is that not the reflection of their wishes as expressed at the last election day when you picked your people. Also. The hypocrisy of Adam? CUOMO's move here is that we're about to have redistricting for the state legislature and for the United States House representatives. He has nowhere never called for any sort of a commission independent commission like this in regard to those redistricting because his party, the Democratic Party controls lock stock and barrel that entire process where he has the advantage. He is against independent commissions where he had does not have the advantage. He's in favor of independent commissions, which makes me think that the motivation may not be principle it may be self interest and you know I. I don't know that either world ought to bow and scrape before a Andrew Bellows self interest. So anyway, he is called for and I hope that it is dead on arrival. At the Monroe County legislature he may send out press releases and the future saying is said this that and the other, and that'll be fine as long as we don't do this that and the other I think we will avoid running into a brick wall and the end of the day. Even though the people. Have selected more Republicans and Democrats you know neck. So actually my some more support they might choose more Democrats and Republicans fine but the principle ought to be the same always in the principle ought always to be that important decisions in our society are made by elected representatives. Right elected representatives because we selected them and they reflect us and because if we like them, we keep them and if we don't, we vote him out. That's what the founding fathers came up with. That's what has advanced our liberty low these many years, and that's still the way we should do business even if it doesn't support the political interests of the coma rally a fellow cabal back with you in a moment on Newsradio wham eleven eighty. Welcome back my friend a welcome back. I have a column Wam Eleven Eighty Dot Com. You Know Joe Biden, which is about something Joe Biden said here the other day He was talking about black people as general rule in America and Latino People's General in America and he pushing eighty years years of age and he seventy, seven, seventy, eight He said, well, you know Latinos are different from black people Latinos have a variety of cultures and they're very different. They come from all different places and such like that. And of course, creating the impression of effectively making the statement that black people or some monolith they are all the same. That view is You know kind of reinforced a little bit by some voting practices of African Americans in they overwhelmingly do vote for. Democrats but here's the deal America's such a big wonderful country that there's nobody who's like the same everyb-. Individually obviously different but anytime, you put people in a group rent a basket. There's a really good chance that your MIS perceiving error and Joe Biden said was was wrong the I mean, you're GonNa have to decide if it was ignorance or prejudice or whatever else. But what he said was inaccurate but here's the deal both parties operate on the assumption that it's true. What Joe Biden was saying is what all the big political bosses think men by big political bosses I mean at the top of their national parties. the Democrats presume that black Americans are impoverished urban progressives and they create a bill of goods that they try to sell to those desires knowing that they're getting all the votes Republicans presume that all black Americans have no interest in conservative patriotic self reliant strong defense principles, and so they just walk away. Both are making errors anytime. You think of any group of people as a group is a good chance. You're screwed the pooch news with Joe ask, then you on newsradio Cam Eleven. Eighty.

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"monroe county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

07:33 min | 4 months ago

"monroe county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Another Alice Bobbins vary starts now on newsradio eleven eighty thanks Joe appreciate that troops I appreciate you showing up for Muster Paula's cooling copacetic on your end Adam bellow. Annabella. No Yeah Yeah it used to be quite something or other than the license guy, and now Andrew. CUOMO's official representative in Monroe County the in it. Yeah. Exactly. Adopted a blood brother stepson of Morelli. It's that that Adam bellow prematurely grey tall. You've seen him. He was TV a while ago at any rate I? Don't know do Google image search and go. Oh Yeah. Yeah. That guy he's still thing at any rate it turns out. That Adam Bello's current Morelli assignment is as Monroe County executive. Okay. So you know you're listening if you can go to zoom meeting and do your job, Morelli can run the county remote control. It's not a problem. A lot of this you know at homework places is paying off for us at any rate the surrogate executive of of Monroe. Nasty mood today I'm sorry Sam I'm. Talking you around quite people very very. Uh, Nice here. Anyway Surrogate. County executive Adam Bellow. Announces He's got sent out a press release. This is nice. Sky Got a lot of words in it Most of them spell correctly headline Adam bellow introduces legislation to create independent, redistricting? Commission. So they have a census this year, the doing a different they're not counting anybody but they have a census, and in every ten years, they have to draw new lines to try to protect their power and screw you answer paraphrase of the official rules. But wink wink nod nod at any rate Adam bellow the surrogate county executive He says in here when I was campaigning for county executive I pledged to change the way we do business by taking politics out of county government. To No that's that's cool. By making completely subservient to the governor you remove all politics county government two thumbs up on that. Mrs Is Awfully Nice and he continues this independent citizen led how there should be a hyphen there. Hey, Sam won't you call up the Press Office for the county and tell them they left out hyphen compound modifiers simple rule google explain it okay. You talked to okay. Thanks. To every bridge of Friendship Sam has with anyone in the community wasn't gonna see her own Macadamia compound modifier. This independent citizen led commission would help ensure lasting openness and transparency in this important process. Okay. Taking it out from behind closed doors and removing those with a vested political interest. In the outcome, they haven't unnecessary comma after vested not a big deal probably call it the the fancy comma they got people brag about anyway he goes on to say that instead of having elected members of the county legislature draw the lines for county legislative district boundaries. Instead he wants a commission of special people to do it It would be to commissioners the Monroe County Board of Elections Oh two retired judges who live in Monroe County want to be appointed by the top Republican legislature the other day by the top Democrat in the legislature. two representatives recommended by judges aren't political, right? Because they get those jobs by taking the sat test and we rank them according to score. Don't they or do they just ran a campaign with the political party? Whatever because judges aren't political two representatives recognized by I public. By. Publicly recognized organization committed to voters rights. Gets that's legal in voters right which is Democrat right am I is that right? That's true okay. to representatives of a publicly recognised organization committed to the rights of racial or ethnic minorities, women persons who identify as Lgbtq or persons with disabilities. Okay. So Is that does that where the NRA representative goes in there? I'm not sure who are civil rights whenever anyway the point being. Is says here, elected officials, political party officials, lobbyists, and relatives. Those individuals will not be eligible to serve on the commission. the proposed measure to create an independent redistricting commission will need to be approved by the Monroe, county legislature I hope they telling drop dead. Right, and here's the thing. I'm not saying that things in the past have always been the best but Lemme Lemme say this. This is. I know that we're kind of like anti-america right now put flag half mast right Andy Okay. Hey Adams got that covered all the Monroe County. flags are at half. just like a governor Daddy said they should be anyway was I to say Oh. Yeah. In. America we should always default. To the people. We should always try to implement. Of Democracy. Wherein, we allow people to decide and where the people in a system like ours a republic have the loudest voice. Is through elected representatives. Right. You, vote for somebody and then they decide and if they screw the pooch, you kick their ass out next election day and may be because they're afraid to have in their ass kicked out next election day they don't screw the pooch. Rights called out accountability and it's accountability to whom accountability to you. Because this is your country and if you live in Monroe County, this is your county you own it. Right. and. What you don't want what happens when you create these independent commissions. Notice they're stacked with people who lean to the left. Right the the the the gay rights in the racial rights and all those organizations wonderful relations with needful love them support them but they all leaned dramatically to the left, right those are Democrat organizations and the other is the voter interest groups. Yeah that's League of women voters, and that's a Democrat organization. Okay. So. So what he's done here is he has created a situation where it will be stacked with people who lean to the left and you know that might bother you if you lean to the right, but the whole concept should bother you if you believe in electoral accountability. Right you want to have elected people decision on your behalf. You want elected people making decisions on your behalf because they are two things representative and accountable. They the elected people don't represent this group that organization or this agenda they represent the people of their district. That's the American way, and so they.

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"monroe county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

07:25 min | 4 months ago

"monroe county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"A superintendent were good. We'll figure it out and that's true for every other district. Monroe County should really focus on the challenges of Monroe County and leave the others alone, and the city of Rochester should really focus on the issues, the city Rochester and leave everybody else alone. This is not enmity. It's difference right? The lifestyle, the culture, the attitudes, the priorities of people I in in many communities all across the region, they're very different, right? Why we have local self-government and it is just as wrong for Rochester, Monroe County de to be dictating policy to this vast region as it is for new. York, city to be dictating policy to all of new. York state, it is an active arrogance and be quiet about that. A again. Kovic were all going to get scolded. We're GONNA, get another Mendoza lecture. Do we wear it when we start wearing goggles? When does that happen? is going to be more vice. It's GONNA, come back. It's going to be very mad. We're in this medical come back. Bad. Will I tell you what? Problem behold a lot better. If he could get some folks, here's the deal. We are neighbors here, Rob Palm the same rope, and so you turn to some of these neighborhoods and say, listen this problem is because of choices you're making. This is not some act of God, it's not somebody put. It is what the hell you think is going to happen when you get together by the hundreds. And are all breathing the same air during an epidemic. I'll stop your calls are next to two to eleven, eighty the number. This is Newsradio wham eleven eighty. Book back. Friends aren't to be join in studio by Sam Schreier and and Bury The gentlemen, ah. Emmanuel worked with Dave back a passed away here, tell us about him. Oh, Dave Beck. He was a radio broadcaster in our market for about forty years We go all the way back to when I was a single ownership and It was a bill rust and rust communications owned WAM, and it was combined with an FM W. H. FM ninety nine. So as Wham am and W.. H. Fm. and and and Dave Back West? Yeah. Most people know Dave Beck for what for as being gary, Wagner. The King of Oldies in the late seventies, early eighties, and that of course, he worked for another radio group as a country guy afterwards. So kind of resurrected his career did twenty five years of country. Outstanding. Outstanding. Yeah. Tremendous individual. I knew him as when I, when I first got my start doing radio, I was doing it doing country music and I I remember he would. He would just take me under his wing and just tell me you know this is what you need to do, and this is how you need to handle people in this need to go forward and I never heard him ever saying mean thing about anyone and he was ignorant. He was the overnight guy there, right? Correct. Yeah. It was named his show and him It was called the brought it was. His name is big. Daddy dance was big daddy, Dave Bedding Day. That's what he's no by everybody, and he used to call it. Rochester's only live local overnight radio program which necessarily that I. It was afterwards but WAM, Ram used to be live all the time all the time too. But yeah. Snowing here. All the time had syndicated program. but any rate the the this got that name by the way is. Dave back just fell into the big daddy. What happens it could salt and came in and said, we got a flasher names about we got to come up with something fancy. So they went through all these different Buck Aroo, whatever the case may be and they settled on Big Daddy. Okay. How much they get paid for that? Probably a lot of money I could have come up with that. You know taking a long time. You know it's funny. I rekindled our. When I got out of radio for a while we we Kinda lost touch a little bit, but we started talking more recently especially since he knew that I was working with you and He just loved. By the way, oh. Yeah. Is that right? Absolutely. Listen to you every day that. Deeply honored by the he's just he just is I i. forgive me. But I was a fan of his. Yeah. I I was a middle of the night listener when you know when. I wasn't asleep. Sure. Sure, and he would just he would just reaffirmed the fact that how great it was that I was back in radio and doing it always something. Nice to say, please send my best about please tell Bob that this is a great show. Please keep it going and keep telling us the truth. He says all the time former GM paid him a real. Nice tribute. Tribute and said, he was the kind of guy that was the first volunteer, the first to show up in an event and the most helpful at the events. Outstanding. Yeah. He gave him that kind of Trivia forty years. Berry you you've been in in Rochester radio. How long by forty years as well? Is that right? Yup January, it'll be started forty years. That's a long long career. In in the same business in such a volatile business, that's a credit and a testament to him for to be able survive under those circumstances where. School or is one of these kids that came the station said, let me dump the trash or fell into. He fell into radio in high school. He actually worked for W. N. Y. are back. When you know six eighty am was country station He helped out around there and and kind his career. It's funny. Eighty hosted a show that was on for awhile live show on Saturday evenings from seven to ten, and it was literally requests. It was at the Saturday Night House party. That was sure it was and he never took Saturdays off because he didn't think that anybody could ever handle hosting that show and never why he he always thought he was gonNA lose it or someone was going to let him go or something that just how he felt no high, but again he. Way He had to go out of town had to do something. He said, you're the only person speaking to me the only person I. Trust to do and I hosted it like two or three minutes. Yeah. Very. If he ever done all requests Oh. Yes. A long longtime ago I did all requests and. Back then phones rang because they didn't have much to do. I. I've also just about six months or so, but did all request show play music and Yeah. No. That inner change a little bit like summer of forty, two Wolfman. Jack Out in the shack, you know people calling up playing the songs I mean the. Real the real on the air. Great. Great. Man? God bless family. No. Yeah. Here's his wife, his wife, his wife Connie, she's She's still yeah, and they're they. They're just lost their daughter a year ago. So suddenly. So right about the year within a year apart Connie had to put up with two daughter and husband and bless her mcdaddy Dave Beck. Thanks for forty years of service. Sir. Berry. Amtrak, radio men. Thank you as well back after the news with bury the on Newsradio wham eleven eighty. Gentleman. Geneva, analytic, business solutions cabs. 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Miami-Dade Reports 3,500 New COVID-19 Cases

The Lake Show with Henry Lake

00:20 sec | 5 months ago

Miami-Dade Reports 3,500 New COVID-19 Cases

"Dade reports 3500 new cases, nearly 1000 more than yesterday. That brings the county total 2 64,444 and Broward. There's just over 1800 new cases for a total of more than 30 1000 Monroe County reporting 27 new cases for a total of 572.

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66-year-old woman accused of driving into Bloomington protesters arrested

Dana Loesch

00:24 sec | 5 months ago

66-year-old woman accused of driving into Bloomington protesters arrested

"Of the red car that ran over protestors in Bloomington has been arrested. Christie Bennett was taken into the Monroe County Jail Wednesday night. The Herald Times says she was the driver that was seen in a social media video driving over protesters who are supporting box Booker. She's charged with criminal recklessness and leaving the scene of an accident. One protests, protestors suffered cuts and bruises. Another was taken to the hospital with head injuries.

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Car drives into a crowd of protesters in Bloomington

Tony Katz and the Morning News

00:39 sec | 5 months ago

Car drives into a crowd of protesters in Bloomington

"The sound of a person driving a red car into a crowd of protestors in Bloomington Monday night, protesters say. One person was injured, but no one was killed and police are now trying to find the driver. Those protestors were there to support a black man named Box Booker, who said he was penned up against a tree with people around him chanting White power and get a new Sim, Monroe County on Saturday. I was pinned down and these men want happen me asking for news. They literally said the term noose they yelled, Leave! Leave. Leave the boy with us. I was even a man I was employing. Hooker says he hopes the men who pinned him up against the tree are arrested. The Department of Natural Resource is says they're looking into it. Four people

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Miami-Dade restaurants, gyms closing again under new order targeting COVID surge

CBS4 News Miami

00:59 min | 5 months ago

Miami-Dade restaurants, gyms closing again under new order targeting COVID surge

"In This Day data from the Florida Department of Health there were six thousand, three, hundred thirty six new cases of coronavirus in the state. More than thirty eight hundred people have died statewide across south. Florida Miami Dade has nearly forty nine thousand cases and one thousand fifty one depth Broward County. There are new twenty two thousand cases and four hundred fourteen deaths Monroe County is reporting three hundred eighty cases and five deaths as a result of the surging cases in. In Miami Dade County Mommy did Mira Carlos Jimenez assigned an emergency order to close places, including restaurant dining, areas, ballrooms, banquet, facilities, party, venues, gyms, or fitness centers and short term rentals closures will go into effect on Wednesday a curfew in Miami. Dade

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"monroe county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

05:15 min | 6 months ago

"monroe county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"It'll be You know they're allowed to visitors at the same time. So You know it'd be two adults, or it was a younger person. you know we would have to determine if that the child. Is Capable of You know keeping a mask on. You know everybody that comes in and made staff and you know visitors would all have p? P and be screened the place. It'd be clean and it would be all the visits at least to start will be no contact. you know with the ability talked obviously, but you know we just want to. You know the right now. The population is you know appears to be healthy and I think the biggest threat we have to them as you know us. the people that are going home and come back as well as any visitors that come in so we're trying to keep it sterile as we can, so, but we also know how important it is to to get some kind of visitation going at least start sure and the screening would be temperature's or or what? Yeah let Corporal Smith. Talk about she She and her team had been working on now. WHAT THE SCREENING LOOK! Like some social distancing stuff, and and thinks things like that, so they've been working on that hard, so do you want to describe it? Yeah, so during the screening process on they will have their temperature taken on the of the series of relevant questions such as if they had flu like symptoms have come into contact with anybody who has tested positive anything that we would deem dangerous to come, and we would have to turn. Turn away in rescheduled for a later date, so they have a temperature of a hundred or four higher like I said they answer. Yes, to any questions or any kind of symptoms We would temporarily turn them away. like Superintendent said. We are going to make sure that everybody wears the mass. We will be providing a mass to any civilian. That enters the area We also make sure that the army doesn't leave the floor until they do have their mask on We're GONNA also maintain six foot distance so the screening process. Prior. You just got no line. And now we're GONNA. Make sure that everybody is sixteen away from the person. I, am behind them. Yeah, we're working on so mine are lobby. You know some saint edge and some XS on the floor. That are six feet apart. Things like that so just to. Give some encouragement to help folks get through the process easy. Corpora Smith. I Apologize For not using your rank earlier. The the the the families of people who are incarcerated. They know how to lie. They'll know they know how to contact you guys and make an. So the know how to make appointments and everything else like that. Wanted me. Please, go see do on prior to us open now we are going to. Reach out and some form of media release so everybody is on board. Everything's going to be the same as it was before. We do have a phone number that people have used in the past We also have an online email system. That's GonNa be the same the only thing that'll change. We're going. Eliminate the walk in scheduling for now just to eliminate people coming in and being a contact with each other on, but yeah prior to us, we will release all that information, so everybody's on board, but it's not changing from how it was before. Van Doozy Superintendent Monroe County jail and Cordola Manda Smith who coordinates a visits there and such like that the Jehovah's Supervisor and I know these questions there may not be answers for so if Junaid is..

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"monroe county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

03:48 min | 6 months ago

"monroe county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"A lot of people don't realize that a large part of the White House staff is actually military officers whether it's anything from the food service to the communications. Agency, that handles all of the sort of technology and transmissions that the president makes there's there's a huge part of that operation that is You know folks who aren't political their career. You know staff that are have served multiple presidents and you know it really does. Feel like you're. You're serving your entire country, which is which is a very cool Taylor. Alex Unison is the chief of staff for lovely worn at City Hall He's also running for a state assembly. it primary coming up against Harry Bronson there did it in Henrietta is a wonderful place, but did you ever standing there at sixteen hundred Pennsylvania Avenue. Just pinch yourself and say this is. This is a long way from east. Henry at a road. Yeah Yeah I. Mean You you definitely do I think frankly you know with the White House wherever you come from whether you come from. Henrietta New York or if you lived in Los Angeles, I think you still. Pinch Yourself, you know walking through those gates. you know as as it's, it's really. An indescribable feeling, but you know the my path from. To the White, house was a weird one. You know I. I went to George Washington. University and I was thinking of going to law school after it was actually. One of my dad's campaigns. That stopped me from going to law school because I was helping out on his campaign, I didn't have time to study for the L. set, and so I said Hey, let's apply for a White House Internship I. Probably won't get it. You know I can work some other job while I. Ready for the L. Set, and then go to law school and you know getting the the internship is actually what you know, actually made me meet lovely warrant I met her not through Rochester politics or anything, but actually through the White House, because we worked with mayors and governors and state legislators across the country, and so that's actually. How we develop that relationship so in a weird way if I if I didn't get. That White House internship is good chance I wouldn't be back home now. Serving Our city wanting to serve. A City Henrietta in China and so it's live. Take very weird paths and You know I've I've found when you're in politics that you can't really you know plan for those sorts of things you sort of have to take them. Come speak to Alex shooter who's running for the assembly, the Democrat primary coming up the twenty third. June, not so long away. Away and again you know we we. We have acknowledged different views, probably if President Obama in his role in history and such like that, but I, I suspect if you believe in a leader, and you have the ability to materially supporting contribute to to his or her, you know Grand Michener whenever that also has to be deeply thrilling and satisfying I would suspect. I absolutely I think that goes for not just the president for anybody I think you know it's hard to serve you know under you know. 'cause I mean government can be long hours. The White House I was usually got their own seven, thirty, eight am and I was leaving at. One or two am every single night and I was coming in on weekends, and so that that sort of you know schedule, you can only do for someone that you really believe in. It was even something that obviously. I'm sure we voted different ways than the twenty sixteen election, but you know working for president. Obama was just such an honor that you know it didn't the idea of working for a future president. Still to this day doesn't even have.

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"monroe county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

05:15 min | 6 months ago

"monroe county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"The scenery the animals that come around. It's just incredible today. You know just in the past couple of days. There's been a a Bald Eagle an aspirin. We have otters every day. You know and he really you have. There's there's about. Rit Did a study. There's about fifteen hundred. Known otters in in the river right now. And that's why I I'd want to check that and maybe so. I know that the state of New York. Dc Did an otter restoration project some few years ago and they were very very rare at that point. here's the thing a river ramble. I got I'm on Tangent Arch. Merrill is a complex person in away. V Very popular back in the day probably a mediocre writer on his best days The the the best writer And reporter slash writer in that era in Rochester was guiding Henry Kuhn But Merrill was the was the was the popular one. A river ramblers where. I think he does his best. It was a difficult time. I can't remember the exact year that that had happened but I can't remember the exact year. But what arch did was. He went down to Gold Pennsylvania and he Walked or hitchhiked or gotTa ride the length of the Genesee River from its headwaters in gold and some farmers field to to Rochester and It he the loan installment every week and it was It was a journey away. It was a way to to give people a you. Know a little bit of distraction and diversion. It's a it's a I I wanted to re do that The paper wouldn't let me way. There was some anniversary is coming up and I didn't have enough sway at the paper to get you know permission to do it Instead I think to market I walked Along the Erie Canal for a week or so Writing Stories each day. I think that I can't remember who it was. It might have been Jim. Met and Maybe herm I can't remember but somebody sort of redid it. A little bit came back the length of the river. But it's a it's a wonderful thing and anyway it's that's the maybe the one that everybody should read. Forgive me I should I e Christina Lynn. If if I'm going to arch Merrill Calls Choubey down for a little bit. Okay combine an like my actual job. I'll close the lines to arch. Merrill Call US close the lines. Great Great Guy. Great Guy Dead. Almost fifty years per chance Rochester's moved on. I'm going to read these releases. From chief Laurent Single Terry in reverse order. The one that came out yesterday and in one came out. Friday that They hope to slip under the radar..

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"monroe county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

04:02 min | 6 months ago

"monroe county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"They need to to be safe and I I I'm hoping Public Health Messaging goes directions very good rix Bonar thank you very much appreciate it. You take care. She's out right on time. Here's the reference and again. This is the world in which we live. Okay, it's I earlier today on our so or two ago, tweeted just a second now. It was very witty. I can't remember what it was. Oh, here goes. Yeah, the facemask has become the Burqa of American progressivism, right and right now the Democrat world sort of works. I determined by twitter right. If you've ever tweeted anything, they don't like they either a shunning thing twitter's become. A test of virtue, and it's also a weapon of war for some of our progressive friends so again, Barnhart is GonNa come on and talk about legitimate stuff in her job. As a county legislator, raising a very valid point but because others in the Democrat, world don't approve my tweets. She takes crap for coming on here, right? That's why for example you'll never hear the county executive on here. The county clerk on here Democrat. Democrat officials all yeah, real by the they'll. They'll quietly text me which I'm grateful for, but nobile. Come on the show because they're afraid of being attacked on twitter. I'm grateful to Rachel for coming on and if for any listening Democrats. She swears an oath of allegiance to the face masks, so please don't kick her out of your tribe. It's time for you wonderfully tolerant folks you. It's time for a break on newsradio. WHAM eleven eighty. a.

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"monroe county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

03:21 min | 6 months ago

"monroe county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Mary starts now on newsradio. Wam thank you so much. I appreciate that just said before you run off a half a moment. You are a little bit younger than I. And you may not rob a seven months younger than you but you had a keen interest in science and in the news even as a young man absolutely when we were boys space. Broadcast Journalism was outstanding. There were some terrific terrific people. Roy Meal at NBC and Some other folks Bergman Jules Birdman was Ms Downing You. These people would. They're a lot like you. They would be reporting on an event and they'd be simultaneously teaching you Ning. They knew everything that was going on. And you're getting a primer on it and it was par a significant part of experiencing the space race in one boy that absolutely and there were so many great moments in the sixties and seventies. Incredible what humankind did yeah. Yeah and again. You know launching two guys up to the space station. I know that's happened gazillion times but it's us it's a new model. This is the first commercial right launch of of humans. And that. That's kind of a whole different enterprise on this thing and Elon. Musk's SPACEX FALCON FALCON nine spacecraft. Today and the Dragon Capsule that it was designed to ride above it We'll be seeing them with carry people Americans off of American soil. I lost interest in the space shuttle program about halfway through and I didn't pay attention that I find myself personally. Generally very excited about today's launch. Well this be the precursor to A lot of things down the road getting back to the moon and then moving on to Mars and that's been musk's goal. It's the president's goal and if we're going to do that starts today Amen. Well said and we'll of course bring that Cli that's todd holiday I appreciate him troops. I appreciate you shown up for. Mucho all as cool and COPACETIC. On your end. Rv joined by Monroe. County legislator. Rachel Barnhart Good morning and welcome to the broadcast good. I hope you're doing well Last night your body met. It's online for safety sake. And such like that and an unusual development seems to have popped up route to the board of elections. Please tell us what happened. Sure At the last minute yesterday the legislature was given a matter of urgency that was emitted as a joint thing by minority leader. Vince felder on the democratic side. Majority leader Steve Brew on the Republican side. They got together and decided to ask us to create six physicians at the Board of Elections Three for Democrats three Republicans And they're all supervisor positions that don't currently exist two of the physicians our Assistant Deputy Commissioner. That would be in the salary. Range of seventy six thousand nine hundred eighty thousand dollars and when we questioned the elections commissioners one acting one permanent about why they are doing this They really didn't have good answers. They admitted they don't even have job. Descriptions for these positions they couldn't provide any data or supporting evidence for why they need these positions And you know it just reek of patronage scheme and I said so we're speaking with Rachel Barnhart and your say Your Boss With Gentlemen Leisure Caucus Mr Felder the top Democrat He tried to tried to shout. You.

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Florida Keys will reopen to visitors June 1 amid pandemic

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 7 months ago

Florida Keys will reopen to visitors June 1 amid pandemic

"The Florida Keys will re open to visitors June first because of the corona virus checkpoints have been set up to prevent anyone from going to the island chain hotels campgrounds and vacation rentals can re open but only at fifty percent occupancy sanitation stations must also be in place the keys are in Monroe County which had one hundred positive coronavirus cases and three deaths the county department of emergency management says if there is a surge in cases after re opening restrictions may be heightened and visitor areas may be closed again I'm a Donahue

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Florida Keys will reopen to visitors June 1 amid pandemic

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 7 months ago

Florida Keys will reopen to visitors June 1 amid pandemic

"The Florida Keys will re open to visitors June first because of the corona virus checkpoints have been set up to prevent anyone from going to the island chain hotels campgrounds and vacation rentals can re open but only at fifty percent occupancy sanitation stations must also be in place the keys are in Monroe County which had one hundred positive coronavirus cases and three deaths the county department of emergency management says if there is a surge in cases after re opening restrictions may be heightened and visitor areas may be closed again I'm a Donahue

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EPA Grants First Permit to Test Genetically Modified Mosquitoes in Houston, Florida Keys

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:51 sec | 7 months ago

EPA Grants First Permit to Test Genetically Modified Mosquitoes in Houston, Florida Keys

"The U. S. environmental protection agency has granted permission for genetically engineered mosquitoes to be released in the Florida Keys and around Houston to see if they can help limit the spread of mosquito borne illnesses the British biotech company Oxitec limited was granted an experimental use permit to release of genetically engineered type of the skill species known to be associated with the Sikh of virus and viruses that cause yellow fever besides the EPA's office of chemical safety and pollution Oxitec must get state and local approval before it can start field testing but if granted testing will take place over a two year period in Monroe County Florida starting this summer and in Harris County Texas beginning in twenty twenty one when genetically engineered males are released into the field they mate with wild female mosquitoes with only male mosquitoes able to survive the population decrease suse as the gene spreads

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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announces 'Safer At Home' order

Brian Kilmeade

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announces 'Safer At Home' order

"All new from governor understands he brought to his live press conference about an hour ago he announces the safer at home executive order it's a common set of rules for people staying inside and practicing social distancing in South Florida so it doesn't go for us it goes from Miami Dade Broward Palm Beach and Monroe counties and the governor announces a new executive order to help the state's response this does pertain to central Florida effective immediately retired law enforcement and health care workers can return to the work force and the governor also says Florida obtained more than two thousand more code nineteen tests those are the ones that produce results in forty five minutes most are going to sell for about five hundred to go into North Florida

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Reward offered for Atlanta gun store robbers

Clark Howard

00:40 sec | 10 months ago

Reward offered for Atlanta gun store robbers

"Gun store break ins with stolen weapons ending up on the streets the latest staffed east of Atlanta has the ATF forward in offering thousands of dollars in reward money Walton county the trading place upon twenty four firearms stolen in a break in last month that follows back in December in Monroe County twelve weapons taken from ventures guns and stuff that's at least three dozen firearms unaccounted for we spoke into the ATF previously about this danger the chances are that those weapons are going to end up in the hands of individuals that would do harm to other individuals desperate for fresh leads Dow rewards in these two recent cases of five thousand dollars each for information to find suspects had rake it's ninety five point five W. S.

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