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"new york housing authority" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

07:09 min | 8 months ago

"new york housing authority" Discussed on AM Joy

"Have to go out and vote. Wow. So that's my first time seeing at. Thank you for. Doing it here with us ear and that was actually Alan Williams. Former state legislator in the state of Florida featured prominently in that Ad Erin how impactful. Do you think these types of political ads will be with the American body politic given the state of what's happening in the country today. Well you know I think that this added is definitely intentional and signals a few things. One that the Biden campaign understands that they're gonNA need to shore up young voters who tend to lean democratic. But who don't always turn out in the numbers that older voters tend to turn out in, and this is really kind of the biggest push headed into the general election that the Biden campaign. has made for young voters thus far but but it certainly kind of in line with with a pattern that we've seen recently, you saw, for example, Steph curry and his family in the DNC Convention Lineup talking about the importance voting and and their support for Joe. Biden you saw Joe Biden having a conversation with Cardi B. That went viral earlier this month and so this is Definitely a key demographic that that he and Senator Harris or planning to reach out to it'll be interesting to see kind of what additional surrogate they roll out to to galvanize young voters pretend to kind of tune in. The closer that we get to election. We've seen polling that suggests that young voters are very enthusiastic and. In this election that they are looking to maybe turn their protest activity of this summer into our political action. But they are also unsure about how they can do that fully and safely in the middle of a pandemic, and so voter education is going to be a key piece of this as well and I think you'll probably see. The campaign doing that. But galvanizing this demographic with an election that as others have mentioned will likely be one on the margins is going to be key to the coalition that Joe Biden comal hairs are going to need for victory November coalition building. That's key. All right. Finally we get to let's Hash Brown. We had some technical difficulties out the top, but the amazing singer and founder of black voters matter is now officially with us, we'll talk show I, want to ask you because watching some of these black people speak and even I'll include. Nikki. Haley, in this the former governor Republican governor of South Carolina who says the country is not racist and then the next breast talks about how her peers experienced discrimination in America it's like, do they not even hear what they're saying how do you think that this will play out with with black voters and I just? WanNa the point that the people who speak here are black faces not black voices. These are black faces who the mega crowd is comfortable with not black voices who are steeped in the community in any kind of way. Absolutely. You know when you look at what trump is not with the trump pontiac out saying that it is a classic, the Southern Strategy Revisit it is a strategy play by play. Even when you go back to the Knicks and goal water, there was always quote a token person of color or black person to say, Oh, look how well the can party has done for me right and so that's one of the disconnecting from collective how how trump and his policies have impacted the. Elective when we see that eighty percent of black small businesses did not get any support and the in the stimulus package when it is projected that fifty percent of black businesses will actually go under in this space. We look at the wrong numbers. He has not done welcome back near at all, and so there's always been an attempt to divide and conquer to actually bring that are not representative, not route in that community and not really representative to the whole truth around what? Has Happened in our community where I in this space when when we're talking about the southern strategy, the way that being a door and a native of Alabama I can tell you that the dog whistle hotting fight that he'd beat that one I think we have to really be focused and I think the Biden Harris campaign being focus in leaning into the possibility of not just saying, can we sway white voters but really solidifying their support with voters color and black voters some there. Is a high performance of those voters that we know are going to lie with the strategy and their agenda. The second thing is we have to know the dog whistles when we the dog whistles and instead of giving a whole lot of time to those wanted to people who are really simply distractions you have to really go into what is the agenda that want to move forward those the ways I think we can address, but we saw with the RNC it was all performance. Yeah, I asked the director of the diversity coalition specifics about their outreach Bruce Lavelle right here on this show, and we were never able to get any real answers from him unfortunately. So back to Johnson because you're in for an epic dragging later on twitter, alter back to you and ask you deal with this trickery. So Lynn Patent, who's the trump party planner turned hud official trip these black people black tins in New York Housing Authority into appearing in this video and of course, they come out later and say Well, we are not trump supporters. We had no idea we're going to be in this video I. So it's not necessarily a real outreach to black voters, but a part of their operation is very much encouraging black people to stay home and not vote how concerned are you that bat strategy might depress some of the numbers across the country given covid nineteen and the fallout given the state of the economy people feel like it doesn't matter who's in office. My life has stayed the same. What do you say about that? Yeah. That is a concern of mine. Here's the thing. It's not just the people from housing. It's the people who have the naturalization ceremony. It's an during speaking for her husband who was not a trump supporter. They couldn't find enough black people to like trump. So they had to trick black people into pretending that they like trump only to be exposed about it. Later it's important that people like you are actually bringing to the. Fore look we have to remember this was not a convention to bring people to the Republican Party. It wasn't red meat to his base. It was something that they had to do because they had four nights of airtime. They had to fulfil all trump and the Republicans are doing is trying to consolidate power. They do not care about your vote they want to make sure as few Black Brown and white people who they don't like. They do to counties in Iowa to stop them from sending absentee ballots, Iowa so they don't even want white people to vote. We have to remember that this is not an election between good and evil I mean not to go against the money it's not good and evil. It's between fascism a dictatorship and the rim of democracy that we still have. If we do not Donald trump out, people don't vote if white people don't vote, we will have another free election for another twenty years that is not hyperbole and that's what we have to remember. No matter what he tries to do. We still have to vote like depend on it because this time they do. Y-. That's a really good point you made. It's not even just about depressing voters of color outreach. It's he's reading the white vote. So thank you for making that point. I think we should finish this conversation over Brunton mimosas at some point because now we're out of time this is a great conversation. So thank you guys. Thank you Erin. Haynes for doing that Ad. Thank you Dr Jason Johnson. Let's Hash Brown for Nandi and the.

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"new york housing authority" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:25 min | 8 months ago

"new york housing authority" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Joe Biden officially became the party's presidential nominee tonight. Biden's running mate, California sooner Kamala Harris will take the virtual stage as well. Former President Barack Obama Here's NPR's Winter Johnston Senator Kamala Harris, the first woman of color selected for a major party ticket will officially accept the vice presidential nomination. Tonight. She'll address the convention along with former two term President Barack Obama, who's expected to put forth a message of hope and change. Other prominent Democrats, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, are also scheduled to speak. NPR's Windsor Johnston. Ah, former FBI lawyer has pleaded guilty to altering a document used to surveil former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page as NPR's Gary Johnson tells us the lawyer will remain free while he waits for sentencing. Attorney Kevin Clients. Move could phase 0 to 6 months in prison on the false statements charge, the former FBI lawyer said he added words in a document part of an application of the surveillance court in 2017 clients, Min said he wrote Carter Page was quote, not a source for the CIA at the time, he said he thought his words were accurate. His lawyer says clients meant deeply regrets the move. President Trump has cited the case to argue the whole investigation in his campaign's ties to Russia was a hoax. But the bipartisan Senate Intelligence Committee found Russia interfered to help Trump Four years ago. Client Smith will be sentenced December 10th Carrie Johnson. NPR NEWS Washington Several cities counties in civil rights groups here in California filed a lawsuit seeking to block the Trump administration from ending the 2020 census count a month early. The suit says the move You lied to an under count. More than half a dozen cities and counties are asking a federal judge to reinstate a plan to end the census count in October. This is NPR. And you're listening to W. N. Y C in New York. I'm Jamie Floyd. The fight over how to open New York City's public schools is heating up with the teachers union announcing it will sue or strike Unless certain states safety measures are in place. First WN Nice, Jessica Gould reports. United Federation of Teachers President Michael Mulgrew wants the city to require that all students and staff get tested for covert or antibodies before reentering public school buildings. He also wants confirmation that schools have protective equipment, proper ventilation systems. And nurse is ready to go if the mayor forces schools to open before meeting those demands. Mulgrew says he's ready to go to court or organize a strike. But de Blasio says Mulgrew is moving the goal post after touring a school in Brooklyn. The mayor did not commit to new testing requirements, but said he won't open schools if they aren't safe. A black member of the Harlem Globetrotters says to white news anchors through fruit, including a banana and him while he was performing basketball tricks on their program. Castle. Pierce says the incident happened at W. B. R C TV in Alabama back in January. Video shows one anchor throwing a tangerine at him and a banana being thrown at him from off screen. In a video posted on YouTube, Pierce says it was a demeaning experience throwing food at me Ministers the amazement Hall of Fame legacy of the Harlem blow shot to death on the surface. Throwing a banana at a black man and passing it off as entertainment. Displays an unacceptable lack of awareness. A news director with the station has apologized for the incident and says the fruit was thrown without an understanding of racial implications. And the new site, the city reports, The New York Housing Authority is lagging behind its plan to install roof fans on all of the agencies buildings. So far, only three of 10,000 units have been installed. Reporter Greg Smith says This historically affects people with medical conditions. Move is a serious problem for people who have asked, for example, or anybody who has any kind of reading formalities, and that has been a huge problem in public housing for a really long time. A spokesperson for Nigel says they do expect to meet their deadline of next July. Tonight. Mostly clear. Low around 64 degrees, currently 71 degrees in Central Park..

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"new york housing authority" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

The Breakdown with Shaun King

11:16 min | 1 year ago

"new york housing authority" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

"And I had a friend. Let me make sure I get his name right as I. I WANNA credit him and give him some love because he took this picture that so many of you are now seeing. Let me let me let me click on it here so you can see it on instagram. His instagram name is welcome. Then the number two welcome to the Bronx at welcome to the Bronx. He took his bike all the way from the Bronx which is another town and drove a road his bike from the Bronx. All the way to lower Manhattan where he said. He started hearing a crowd of people. Then Sal- a crowd of hundreds. Maybe nearly a thousand different people in a place that they are now calling the West Village of Native New Yorkers. Tell me Sean that's new. They pass a new a new name. They've given this place but the picture that I posted on my instagram that you can see now. That are posted on Sunday afternoon. Then my friend. Welcome to the Bronx took. It is so shocking in a city in our city we've had nearly twenty five thousand people die from the krona virus. It has ravaged our city so many people who saw this picture said. I don't think that's from this weekend. I think Sean made that up I think. Welcome to the Bronx made that. That can't be real. They can't be true because people started staring at the picture of hundreds and hundreds of people crowded together at the park. Listen without mask in the epicenter. This isn't even in Atlanta. We could do a whole nother episode about Atlanta. This is an Atlanta. This is New York where people are right now in New York right. At this moment we have eleven thousand people in the hospital over half of them on respirators fighting to survive fighting for their lives struggling with the corona virus. And if you look at this picture you cannot see a mask or a glove insight and people. Just hold on. Hold on hold on. That's that's photo shop. That can't be real always real wife. Oh showed up. And we're having a great good time in the middle of the pandemic they didn't give a damn about a stay at home. Order this gathering mind you is not legal is not authorized. Did matter if you look again on my time line you will see in parks all around Manhattan. Police officers with gloves and masks on themselves warmly. Kindly respectfully passing out mask to white folk. Who Don't have them just kind man. They're nice nicest police officers you've ever seen in the meantime at the same time in the same city the same police force the NYPD while they passed out mask to people who were breaking the stay at home order that was issued by both the mayor and the governor we then learned in Saul the NYPD brutalizing. Black people all over at the city. Now I stand against brutality at any time in any way but let me be. They were brutalizing black folk. After they caught them in an armed robbery they were brutalizing black folk who were caught in a murder or vicious assault. They were brutalizing black folk that they caught not social distancing in lower Manhattan less than two miles away from the party that white folk were having outdoors without mass gloves. Less than two miles away we saw in. I posted this video and it has now been shared. Let me me see. It has now been viewed nearly a million times on my instagram of the NYPD. Walking up to children young black children who were just standing outside of the store in their neighborhood and then begin beating and arresting those children when a young man we just got his name when a young man named Donny. Right a brave young man named Donny. Right who is a groundskeeper which is a noble profession a groundskeeper for the New York Housing Authority? Who helps to keep our city clean and beautiful a city worker Donnie. Right sees what the NYPD did to those kids and was rightfully disturbed by it bothered by it pained by it and just as one other person walked up to film it. Donny right walked up to say. Hey Stop doing that. It's so dumb. Stop touching and breathing mind you. These police officers had no gloves. No mask when they go to the park with the white folk. They have on gloves and masks when they go to the hood they have no gloves and mask and they're all over. These children slamming them arresting them. Handcuffing them and Donnie walks up. And just says hey. Stop Stop doing that. When an officer that we now know is officer Francisco Garcia pulls out. His Taser begins shooting his Taser at Donnie. Then begins boldly assaulting him punching him slapping him slamming him handcuffing him then getting on top of him and deliberately mashing his face into the concrete. Donnie. Right right now as I speak is at rikers and was a rat. Donnie ripe. Who broke no law? Who committed no crime who never put his hands on the officer who did not fight? That officer who was not even close to the arrest. Mind you he wasn't interfering with that arrest Donnie. Right has now been charged with Felony Assault Felony assault against a police officer. No felony assault took place. The only assault. That took place was from Francisco Garcia Against Donny. Right let's be real since I posted that video folk have now sent me videos from all over New York. I posted another one in Brownsville of police in Brownsville. Again brutally assaulting black folk for not social distancing then sending them to jail where they can't socially distance themselves it's shameful. I am embarrassed that our city is continuing to allow this foolishness. I am embarrassed to have voted for New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio who continues to allow these things to happen on his watch without intervening without holding the officers accountable and Yes he has oversight of the NYPD. He could intervene right now but won't in doesn't en- never does it's shameful. It's infuriating anybody who thought this was a new day and age for the NYPD was woefully wrong. And so here. We are again fighting for justice. Now for Donnie. Right fighting to make sure that officer. Francisco Garcia is held accountable for his crime. We have learned over the past few hours. That New York City tax payers. That's me that's my wife. Those are my friends. We pay a huge amount of tax. The New York City taxpayers have paid out lawsuit after lawsuit after lawsuit against Francisco Garcia. But they keep him on the force and he keeps brutalizing people. It's what he does. He likes it he clearly enjoys it. He clearly enjoyed brutalizing. Donnie right in the city just pays the money out. In fact the city pays out hundreds of millions of dollars a year. And instead of holding police accountable. Instead of ridding itself of the brutality. It just pays the suits. It doesn't mind the brutality. The city clearly doesn't mind it but I'm telling you and I saw so many people post this. I'm not just talking about random. Troll accounts are fake accounts talking about real verified accounts every day. People are celebrity likes. Listen you push people so far that the dam is going to break the straws going to break the camel's back people have had enough and it's gone. It's it's going to break and I can see right now. I'll close with this thought I can see right now. It's going to be a long hard hot brutal summer. Not just in New York but all over this country I'm concerned. I am deeply concerned. Listen I'VE GOTTA run. I am looking into this horrible ridiculous case against Donny. Right and I'm going to circle back tomorrow with some practical ways that we will be able to help him. If we don't learn they've dropped discharge all right take care everybody be safe. I love you I appreciate you. Thank you so much for your support. Bring bring bring the bring bringing the burden of break break break.

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"new york housing authority" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

Good Seats Still Available

11:50 min | 2 years ago

"new york housing authority" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

"Because and that wasn't uncommon. Pretty same thing with Walter O'Malley and, you know, Connie Mack and gotten out of baseball by that time. But we're you had the yeah the revenue stream that you bring up with the giant football giants leaving as well. Going them had a line. He was well, anybody who moves the team is villain. You know, mention the Molly fame in Brooklyn or something like that. But stone them did have a quote in there when he was talking about moving the giants. And somebody said what about the kids and he said, you know, I feel I feel bad. For the kids. But I haven't seen their dads around here too much lately. And I think that was a good good observation or good remark by him because it, it it softened it a little bit people realize. Yeah, you know what? That's, that's really the case. This guy does have to have fans to survive. He cares about the kids, but he say, I don't say their dads here. So it was something that he was going to have to if he didn't get a new stadium. He was more set on moving, I think them, only was, but in, in here in Minnesota were I, I can go through a lot of stuff back at that time, where people were hoping that the giants would move here, and there was a connection because the giants owned the minor league team, the Minneapolis millers the own the, the, the, the millers who were playing the original tenants of metropolitan stadium that stadium was built to lure major league baseball team here. But in the meantime. It was used by the miners, and it's it is likely if he hadn't gone to San Francisco, and he would not even look at San Francisco, if not for Walter O'Malley looking at Los Angeles, and Californian and trying to learn other team out there it's a good posssibility that they would have moved to Minnesota. They would have been out of there one way or the other. Right. Let's get to the very last sort of part of this be remiss in particular, with our friends, Bill rice, and Bob letter where we've had previous conversations the New York titans of the American football league. And then, of course then becoming in nineteen sixty three the New York Jets also like the Mets in anticipation of this new flushing stadium. That was delayed didn't get open until nineteen sixty four but it's, it's just really interesting to me, and I grew up in the New York area. So I have a very vague understanding of this, a certainly still before. My time. But obviously the, the teams you know, in their lasting legacies were very much in my, my understanding in memory. The fact that the polo grounds really was out there kind of just staying languishing without much use for three years, where the Mets and the titans alternately jets to use it almost feels like it was, I dunno luck knowing that the AFL was sort of a be becoming a thing in the continental league. And then obviously the that be netting out into a new expansion baseball franchise. It almost feels like kinda just dumb luck in great fortune that this albeit falling apart stadium and abandoned stadium was still there actually, to house these, these folks until a new stadium was ultimately built, or when the Mets or getting farm, and first of all they needed. It's like this just about to this day where if an area wants to get a team, it's got to be able to stadium and it wasn't all. Was that easy to get the approval through all the places that needed to be approved that was New York state assembly and everything else for Shea Stadium? But when they did it and were the Mets going to play, and the New York Yankees said, there's no way we're letting them into gangqi stadium, and then so that the polo grounds was the only other place, but it was a New York City board of estimate in March of sixty one that decided to demolish the stadium to allow the New York housing authority to erect more of the housing projects there and fighting that off. And one of the things you mentioned the titans coming in the already had a lease to use the polo grounds through the end of nineteen sixty one you talking about luck. You're absolutely right. Because the was in March of sixty one that the New York City board of estimate wanted to demolish it. Well, they couldn't at least through the end of the football season. Because the titans had Elif, and so they, they couldn't proceed until at least nineteen sixty two and then it was understanding the plight of the Mets and needing a temporary home. They delayed the housing project for at least another year. So that, that all does tie together, and the, the degrade history of the titans and, and they did get renamed as the jets in nineteen sixty three the finally or they played on the polo grounds. But when they they made it after the nineteen sixty eight season to the Super Bowl with Joe name that brought back a lot of the history of the American football league, and that team and talking about say, Don or and, and George Sauer who had been titans and they're talking about the bridge back to when the team was the titans and playing in the polo grounds. But that just by itself to formation of the American football league. And then that was. Pretty natural place for the new AFL team to go that it was. That may have helped to extend that for a couple of more years for the Mets to play. They're just it's, it's interesting that it's a new sort of wrinkle on, on the story of those teams as we've investigated them and, and understood them, and we've, we've kinda tackled the continental league. And what that Bhagat with the begat with the Mets, and obviously, the titans becoming the jets of the AFL in general. You're literally and figuratively had two teams it to very major pro sports leagues playing in effectively a stadium, that's been declared. Uninhabitable and and, and his to come down. And not even the right word where they had to put something back into that stadium to be able to get ready for baseball. But the fact that they had to kind of clean it up and do some things just to get the football team in there. So you raise a good point, when you talk about the importance of the significance of the New York titans and the American football league on the impact that, that had that it kept that stadium where the Mets could move into it, because the was the least but because they had already had to do some upgrading for the football team. And there was a lot more work to be done to after five years of no baseball in there to get back to the baseball stadium as well. So to wrap all this up in the book, I've got a lot of different viewpoints, and you've sort of overseen it with your editing and your own contributions in your own story in interest in, in the stadium itself. What are the, you know, maybe looking back through a bit of? A hey Agar fee. Right. 'cause, you know, cl- Lord knows that the stadium was not a quote unquote, gem. It was probably quirky and memorable. Give it that, right? But, you know, I it was not an architectural wonder per se. You know, I think most people, especially in the later years, would would argue it wasn't even that. What, what takeaways, do you sort of get if this story line of thematically some up here? I mean was it just a stadium, just full and, and right for its time? What would you sort of take away from sort of the, the memories in the lasting what makes the polo grounds such a, a memorable structure in people's minds? Well, that might be the thing as he said it wasn't a GM lake. You would think of Ebbets field and wasn't even a stadium of time. But that's what. Gives it its memora- -bility at least certainly for somebody who wasn't going to games there all the time. And carrying if I ended up in a bad spot where I couldn't see the game for for my eyes. It's, it's from a distance of time that I can look back on it film, still generally, and so many other people can too. But, you know, people I think, first of all, people have great memories of where they first started going to be full games. And for I talked to people who grew up in New York, and some of them might have been going to games at all of the stadium's, New York. But if some were attached to the giants, that's where they went and that that's what sticks with them. It's, it's not just that stadium itself. It's where they spent a great part of their time as a youth for me. It would be metropolitan stadium. Not an architectural classic of anything death. Started to hit me about ten years ago. Oh with the Metrodome closing. And the Metrodome was a functional, but unsure Ming place. But as people of little later generation, we I discovered they were just doesn't still about the closing the Metrodome as I was about metropolitan stadium. People might have been about Ebbets field, the polo grounds because that was the tach to their childhood and going to the game. So their parents and their grandparents, and the memories of that, whether it was the great stadium like the polo grounds or Ebbets field or even metropolitan stadium or credit Stadio, like the Metrodome. I think a lot of them still emanates from that we, we see, you know, baseball fan for many of us. We are most still just about the time that we I got introduced to the game, and I started going to the games. So the polo grounds was there for that, but it's, it's still is in an era of the classic ballpark. Mark where every stadium was distinct, the polo grounds still somehow stood out from even any of those moles. All right. Cool stuff as always. This is really cool and interesting stuff and the book is called the polo grounds essays and memories of New York City's historic ballpark is written, of course, by our guests do Thornley. Thank you, Stu. And it is part of a series of from our friends at McFarland and company, the publishers of lots of books that we featured on the show in the in the months passed, and that series it's called McFarland historic ballparks series. There are bunch of out there for feel that Ebbets field, Comiskey park and a few others. And this one of the polo grounds, obviously a very interesting journey into that series..

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"new york housing authority" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"new york housing authority" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"WNYC independent journalism in the public interest ninety three point nine FM, an AMA twenty NPR news and the New York conversation. Live from NPR news in Culver City, California and Dwayne Brown. President Trump is expected to announce soon a time and place for his next summit with North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN top US diplomat is planning to travel to South Korea this weekend, lay the groundwork as NPR's Michele Keleman reports. US envoy Stephen begin says Trump and Kim Jong owner taking a top down approach to diplomacy while he says there's been a lot of progress. He's still waiting for a full accounting of North Korea's nuclear and missile programs and access for inspectors all of this must be addressed in a roadmap of working level. The Goshi nations that will be essential. If we are to put in place the necessary conditions the fundamentally transform US North Korean relations North Korea wants sanctions relief in a step by step approach to denuclearization. Begin says both sides should fulfil their commitments simultaneously and in Peru. Michelle Kellerman, NPR news, the State Department, the city of New York and Federal Housing officials announced to deal today to resolve a lawsuit filed on behalf of four hundred thousand tenants in the city's massive public housing system. It puts the New York housing authority under the eye of a federal monitor but stopped short of placing it under federal control housing and urban development secretary. Ben Carson calls it a positive outcome. We are not going to try to micromanage what is going on here in New York City heart of the agreement provides the ability to look to monitor to interstate if necessary, but I have great faith in the process that's been set up here. New York will have to spend more than two billion dollars over the next few years, fixing chronic problems to the city's housing system, our public housing system ranging from lousy living conditions to lead paint and a lack of heat stocks finished mixed. On Wall Street today. The Dow dropped fifteen points. This is NPR. You're listening to WNYC. I'm Jamie Floyd Cyrus. Vance is responding to the reported hate crime against the empire's star jussie smollet on good day, New York, the alleged attack happened in Chicago. But the DA's office says hate crimes were up in Manhattan by thirty percent last year and van says the rise in hateful actions here and around the country is inspired by the polarized political climate any disparaging by senior government officials of certain groups are ethnic or or ethnic groups can create an environment where other people feel emboldened that it's okay to themselves be intolerant. They it says white supremacy is a significant factor in hate crimes last week for the first time New York convicted white supremacist on terrorism. Charges for murdering a black, man. Blasi administration supports getting rid of the. Single-test admissions policy for the city's competitive public high schools because it one schools to be more diverse, but some Asian American parents are worried that changes will harm their kids chances WNYC's. Jessica Gould reports the independent budget office looked at how the mayor's idea to accept top students from middle schools across the city would have changed the freshman class last year. It's analysis finds that black students would have gotten nineteen percent of admissions offers for the specialized high schools that's compared to under four percent last year Hispanic students would comprise twenty seven percent of the offers compared to six percent last year and the number of Asian students would be cut in half to thirty one percent. And in New Jersey fatal police shootings will now be investigated by the state attorney general's office. Governor Phil Murphy has signed a law that police reform advocates have been pushing for years, but nj dot com. Reporter Sean Sullivan says some residents are still wary. I think you're still going to see. A lot of skepticism when these decisions result in the way that they usually result, which is to not indict officer, or you know, determine that they did nothing wrong and attorney general Bill gray wall testified against the Bill saying it was a limited solution to a challenging issue. Opponents say investigations will we slowed by waiting for state officials to reach a scene tonight? It will be mostly clear, we'll have a steady temperature around fourteen degrees and with the wind chill. It will feel more like zero or minus five currently it's cold fifteen degrees..

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"new york housing authority" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"new york housing authority" Discussed on KCRW

"On the next morning edition here on KCRW. Here you had his lawyer standing there on national television, saying the stories not true. I can't describe the emotions, but they included we're finished. We're going to have to resign. It's the worst feeling is a journal. I'm Michael Volvo. That's coming up on the daily from the New York Times live from NPR news in Culver City, California, Dwayne Brown. President Trump is expected to announce soon a time and place for his next summit. With North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN top US diplomat is planning to travel to South Korea this weekend to lay the groundwork as NPR's Michele Keleman reports. U S envoy. Stephen vegan says Trump and Kim Jong owner taking a top down approach to diplomacy while he says there's been a lot of progress. He's still waiting for a full accounting of North Korea's nuclear and missile programs and access for inspectors all of this must be addressed in a roadmap of working level to go. She Asians that will be essential. If we are to put in place, the necessary conditions the fundamentally transform US North Korean relations North Korea wants sanctions relief in a step by step approach. Denuclearization begins as both sides should fulfil their commitments. Simultaneously and in parallel. Michelle Kellerman, NPR news, the State Department. They said he of New York and Federal Housing officials announced to deal today to resolve a lawsuit filed on behalf of four hundred thousand tenants in the city's massive public housing system. It puts the New York housing authority under the eye of a federal monitor but stopped short of placing it under federal control housing and urban development secretary. Ben Carson calls it a positive outcome. We are not going to try to micromanage what is going on here in New York City part of the agreement provides the ability to look to monitor to intercede if necessary, but I have great faith in the process that's been set up here. New York will have to spend more than two billion dollars over the next few years, fixing chronic problems to the city's housing system or public housing system ranging from lousy living conditions to lead paint and the like. Of heat stocks finished mixed on Wall Street today. The Dow dropped fifteen points. This is NPR. Good afternoon. It's two thirty two. I'm Eric Roy with California headline some KCRW. Today's rains have largely moved out of LA county and points north and are now pelting Orange County. Parts of the inland empire and the high desert highway one remains closed between try goes canyon road in Malibu post a in Ventura County due to mudslides. Lightning hit a jet blue airliner shortly after takeoff from Los Angeles International airport this morning, but no injuries were reported and the plane returned safely to LAX lightning strikes. Closed beaches in Malibu, Santa Monica, seal beach, Newport, Beach, and shut down the Hermosa beach. Pier. Lighting also struck the Chevron oil refinery Nelson Gunda with little effect on nearby neighborhoods with rain and snow pounding California. Statewide, state water resources officials say today's snowpack measurements. In the Sierra Nevada show that January storms have pushed the snowpack to ninety eight percent of average that's well up from sixty seven percent in January. Says climate scientists been hatchet with the desert research institute in Reno we can really make up a lot of ground. If we just have a couple of heavy hitting storms anew US drought monitor map released today shows coastal southern California to be in a moderate drought. That's an improvement with much of the Golden State classified merely as abnormally dry and get this much of the central valley in central Sierra are not in a drought. And if you're a homeowner or business owner affected by last fall's, Wolsey, fire or hill. Fire today is the last day to apply for federal aid case Johnny Hammond reports it's just one of several important deadlines. Facing fires fibers the Federal Emergency Management agency is urging anyone who thinks they may be eligible for assistance to register FEMA says beyond financial housing assistance..

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"new york housing authority" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:12 min | 2 years ago

"new york housing authority" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And pans and everything. Angie? Hey what? What floor? Do you live on first one? Okay. So do you ever step out worried that pots and pans that garbage or anything might be thrown out of an upper story? Actually. Oh, no. So Lord now is because they're redoing the roof and stuff just kept fine. I was going to go towards my front door, and they were throwing stuff off and on looking at where the throwing it. That would have been a good lawsuit. We could have owned that apartment complex. We could have owned that roofing company. That's missed opportunity. It is I didn't get hurt. So that's a missed opportunity. Hey, I did I could have had like a filial real film producer for is that why you cry every time I'm gone. Like a baby. Like a baby, but it's the dumpster divers. They'd have residents shaking their heads, Robin. Stuck or says she's been seeing the dirty diapers for months as disgusting. Very disgusting. Twenty-three stories Seward park extension building on Essex street is owned by the city. We. Mayor Bill de Blasio you own this place. You in New York City council, the New York housing authority. This is what happens when you have government run housing. Pots and pans. That's one thing, but dirty diapers. How much trouble is it? To put the dirty diaper. In a trash camp tech, the building's exterior today. And sure enough we saw a dirty diaper that appears to have been tossed out of a window. Residents say what makes this so infuriating is that the building has garbage incinerators. So in America. You can do a feces tour. You, you know, you're you're sitting somewhere in Europe. You're sitting in. I don't know you're sitting in Rome. You're you're in. You are. Frankfort you're in London. You're in Paris bet believing better you're in Paris. So you and your lovely bride or boyfriend or girlfriend or whatever and your little little French poodle or sitting in the sidewalk cafe. And you suddenly say to each other. You know, we really need to get out of town for a while. Could we go? Will we hear that you can do a feces tour of the United States in? Here's how we go. You would fly from. Charles de Gaulle. Into JFK. And then you would get in an Uber. Tell your Uber driver that she would like to go to this apartment complex Essex street because you would like to see the dirty diapers and the human theses on the on the street in New York City. And then you'd have a really nice Italian dinner. You'd have you know, you you go to a really nice New York Jewish deli or something. And then you go to LaGuardia. No, no, no, nobody that you go to Newark. Because if if you're from Paris, you need to go to Newark you need across the Hudson. To really get the feel for just how crappy New Jersey is. And then you go to Newark. And you've you fly to. The Dallas Fort Worth Oklahoma City. And then from there. You take a tour the feedlots? And you see all the leads in the in the cow manure and everything all piled up and you get to smell that smell. Everybody used to tell me how dirty feedlots smelled my parents always used sale, but that is the smell of money. So you get a tour of the feedlots. So now, you get branded this not human feces, but it's cal- it's cow poop, but nonetheless, you're on the poop tour, right? So you've got the New York poop and now you've flown to the u flown to the mid west and you've seen the cow poop, and then you get back on your plane in Dallas Fort Worth Oklahoma City, and you find you find a SFO. And now you're in one of the most what used to be one of the most beautiful cities in America. San francisco. And you get in your Uber. And you say take us down the embargo things down to the financial district because we want to see it. In fact, we had the app we have the app on their phone. Take us here. Because apparently, there's a big pile of poop over here on market street and third and and we want to see that pile of poop right there. And now that you're in San Francisco, you might as well while you're there just hop on the southwest and fly down to John Wayne or fly down to LAX, and you can take a tour of all of the homeless in Los Angeles. And you can see all the needles in the poop there. Oh, you know what you should do? I'm sorry. You should go to Vancouver. I because Vancouver has the safe injection sites. And there you can see human feces and the dregs of society, and you can see all of that in Canada. And then you go to San Francisco, and then you go to LA. And then you've had enough and you go back to Paris. You get your little French poodle out of the out of the little boarding place. You go back to the French cafe. Me sit down you're on the shops. Eliza. And once again you start talking about. You're the United States of America. And you can tell all your friends. That you risk life and limb to visit a third world country. Where'd you go? Did you did you go to somewhere in sub Saharan Africa? Did you go somewhere in southeast Asia? We went to the survey. We did the Michael Brown poop tour. Saw poop everywhere to me. They don't wanna use statement Niger said we've already mailed residents and posted flyers throughout this development, reinforcing proper garbage disposal methods if you have to if you owe. Angie? If.

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"new york housing authority" Discussed on X96

X96

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"new york housing authority" Discussed on X96

"She may have. That's what we want to know. I think it's pretty clear grace under pressure. I it's pretty clear if you if you get drunk and drive the hundred fifty miles an hour. The lesson is you get arrested. The someone told police he tried to get out of the BMW but the door was locked booking record show. Jeremy's blood alcohol. Content was one hundred point one six one twice the legal women records show. She has been previously charged with public intoxication and speeding Boehner candidate number one. I did this the teach my son a lesson should be pretty clear here's Boehner candidate to number two bombs away. Somebody has been throwing dirty diapers from the window of a public housing complex on Essex street and Lower East Side of New York City. That's disgusting. I don't think there's any more we need to say about that. Soiled diapers and trash have been thrown out of the window for months falling on the canopy on the sidewalk of the Seward park extension building, according to the New York housing authority because of these incidents. The authorities regularly cleaning all garbage and debris in and around the development. They haven't been able to catch who's doing it. It's disgusting said resident Robin stuck to which fellow residents. Sean stuck are added. Sometimes the diapers come down and almost hit you, man. Though by Monday. No trash or diapers were on the awning do construction workers working across the street from the building confirmed to news, four New York. Seeing the diapers. Another trash in the past. However, news four New York did find what appeared to be a dirty diaper on the window sill Monday afternoon. Boehner candidate number two bombs away seems a little detective work you'd be able to figure out who's doing it. In a moment. Boehner candidate number three. They could have been cited for failure to use a seatbelt all Boehner candidate number three for round one coming up after this big boy, news and opinion window brought.

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"new york housing authority" Discussed on IOT Podcast

IOT Podcast

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"new york housing authority" Discussed on IOT Podcast

"Nearly all market segments from agriculture industrial to retail and beyond once an end user event chooses one of our solution providers that is working us they recognize machine hugh has many many different services for being built upon this platform so rather than having a bespoke or p or going to a contract manufacturer to help them out with their new use case they look to us in our per folio of solutions and they asked us whether we can provide xyz as well and as we've continued to discuss on the show once they have this can activity that really enables them to do a lot more with their business can you give us an example of that yes pants offic is one of our solution providers who purchases connective from comcast one are their end user customers the new york housing authority has been deploying the pants off solution using the machine q network pants offic i installed the m key flex device from machine cue which is a multi use device for temperature humidity vibration and other monitoring capabilities they began monitoring temperature and humidity i then they started adding air sensors to detect mold then they started adding leak detection sensors throughout the building as well we often find customer starting of one particular need i've been laying on a digital sensors and services as they grow most of our solution providers or sort of single threaded and they go in and their end users one thing they've identified as a hero use case so we say let's say temperature and humidity is action is use case then we're on once they're in there are connecting venues or might come back to them let's say the landlord and say by the way also needs something for pest control for my building and it goes from there all right alex where can i go to find out more about machine queue you can start at our website at machine q dot com we've some great white papers there including our latest on dense networks in addition to that we have technical business conversion guides and that were coverage detail as well.

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"new york housing authority" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"new york housing authority" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

"Nearly all market segments from agriculture industrial to retail and beyond once an end user event chooses one of our solution providers that is working us they recognize machine hugh has many many different services for being built upon this platform so rather than having a bespoke or p or going to a contract manufacturer to help them out with their new use case they look to us in our per folio of solutions and they asked us whether we can provide xyz as well and as we've continued to discuss on the show once they have this can activity that really enables them to do a lot more with their business can you give us an example of that yes pants offic is one of our solution providers who purchases connective from comcast one are their end user customers the new york housing authority has been deploying the pants off solution using the machine q network pants offic i installed the m key flex device from machine cue which is a multi use device for temperature humidity vibration and other monitoring capabilities they began monitoring temperature and humidity i then they started adding air sensors to detect mold then they started adding leak detection sensors throughout the building as well we often find customer starting of one particular need i've been laying on a digital sensors and services as they grow most of our solution providers or sort of single threaded and they go in and their end users one thing they've identified as a hero use case so we say let's say temperature and humidity is action is use case then we're on once they're in there are connecting venues or might come back to them let's say the landlord and say by the way also needs something for pest control for my building and it goes from there all right alex where can i go to find out more about machine queue you can start at our website at machine q dot com we've some great white papers there including our latest on dense networks in addition to that we have technical business conversion guides and that were coverage detail as well.

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"new york housing authority" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"new york housing authority" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Deliberations after hearing over a month of evidence against joseph for cocoa a former aide to new york governor angel cuomo prosecutor say cocoa took more than three hundred thousand dollars in bribes from three businessmen who needed help from the state deliberations continue next week cuomo is not accused of wrongdoing meanwhile former top lawmaker in new york wants his retrial on corruption charges moved to another state lawyers for former republican senate leader dean scelo said in a manhattan federal court violent today that poisoned jury pool prevents a fair trial in new york skele's was convicted in 2015 of extortion conspiracy and bribery a new trial was ordered by an appeals court after the supreme court narrow the law regarding public corruption the mayor striking back at andrew cuomo a day after the near governor sharply criticized the city on management of new york's housing authority cuomo said yesterday that the chronic problems in public housing stem from poor management by the city not a lack of funding as the mayor has claimed on wnyc's brian lehrer show this morning mayor de blasio disputed that assessment he says the city is still waiting for two hundred fifty million dollars the state legislature earmarked for public housing why are to stop rocketing and gave up with two hundred fifty million dollars that he already signed off on the governor's office has not responded to a request for comment the back and forth comes days after public housing residents filed a lawsuit that demands an independent monitor is for in full the force agency you may not see it if will you're in continue a democratic to see district this rainy but if you are in weather a hardcore through republican the early district morning hours they're it could getting be hammered sunny by and the they're afternoon also he you're tomorrow in from teachers high near forty six that don't windshield like the optional between twenty marshall and thirty program degrees so this is everyone wnyc right now at 735 is hearing from their constituents support for npr hearing from comes their activists from member stations are hearing and from from their the robert neighbours wood johnson we foundation cannot leave working alongside here others without to build a bill a culture of that health that's for the all scott to be.

"new york housing authority" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"new york housing authority" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Michigan democrat paved the former staffer s pa confidentiality agreement conyers also said he expressly denied liability as part of that settlement in response house speaker paul ryan issued a statement calling the report extremely troubling house democratic leader nancy pelosi is calling for the house ethics committee to investigate any credible allegations of sexual harassment she is also calling on lawmakers to pass legislation to overhaul the way congress addresses sexual harassment kelsea smell npr news washington national association of realtors says existing home sales were up in october who seasonally adjusted annual rate of just under five and a half million units who was the fastest rise in sales since june lawrence units the association chief economist and says a tight supply of homes for cells pushing up prices because of the lack of inventory price fares home prices are rising five and a half percent from year before much faster than people's income and wage growth median price of existing home is two hundred in twenty two thousand dollars on wall street today the dow was up one hundred sixty points to twenty three thousand five ninety the nasdaq rose seventy one points this is npr you're listening to un lie theoney york at six four i'm floyd city council member state lawmakers low income advocate the end the mayor are coming to the defence of the new york housing authorities chairwoman this is after shola a lawyer tang admitted to falsely certifying that public housing at depart apart meant had been inspected four lead paint by the department when in fact they had not been limits editor jarot murphy said this is the first major scandal to shaker tenure and she goes have a solid reputation a habit of it under any previous nitro leader i don't think there would have people coming to their defence murphy says a lawyer today has made progress on reducing the backlog of repairs and mapping out a way to improve public housing finance tax overhaul proposal under consideration in the senate a contains a provision that could undermine vision of the affordable care act the aic's individual mandate requires all americans to buy health insurance or to pay a penalty in its current form the senate bill would scrap the mandate consumer reports at donna rosado says that could lead millions of healthier americans to four go insurance without the individual mandate seib pramindo up on average ten percent a year that's according to the.

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"new york housing authority" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"new york housing authority" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A new 25th anniversary 4 k restoration of directors shaqra events the beautiful troublemaker stein michel piccoli as a struggling painter and emmanuel they are as his muse starts friday quad cinema w n y c independent journalism in the public interest 939 fm and am 820 npr news and the new york conversation nato from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly cbs's suspending talk show host charlie rose after allegations of sexual misconduct were made against him by eight women reporter a ren carmen with the washington post says the accusations come from coworkers and those who sought employment these women described behavior that range from a hand on the upper thigh q in one wicket of in the conduct of the job interview an q walking around make it hugh at fort catching at their private area carbone was contained yards morning edition roses apologizing for his behavior saying he's deeply embarrassed pbs as halting distribution of roses nightly talk show in massachusetts the governor has signed and to law a measure designed to counter president trump's executive order allowing employers to opt out of contraception coverage for its employees as part of the company insurance plan here's npr sarah maccammon it means that regardless of what happened at the federal level including actions by the trump administration or efforts to repeal the affordable care act must women in massachusetts with employersponsored health plans will have contraceptive coverage the only exceptions being churches and religious groups an executive order by president trump allows any employer to opt out for religious or moral reasons but in massachusetts insurance companies will be required to cover birth control without a copay odd dave mattingly npr news in washington and i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york the trump administration says it plans to end a temporary residency program at let's almost sixty thousand he japan's live and work in the united states since the country's devastating earthquake and joe see as the director of immigration policy at the new york immigration coalition speaking before the termination was amount she said ending temporary protected status for haitians will only create new problems what's really going to happen is that they're just going to be forced back into the shadows and that's not good for anyone the homeland security department said the program will the extended until july of 2019 to give patients time to prepare to return to haiti a high ranking city council member is slamming new york's housing authority for falsely reporting that it had inspected apartments fort lead paint when it hadn't niger has had financial problems for years but.

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"new york housing authority" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"new york housing authority" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Members slamming new york's housing authority for falsely reporting that it had inspected apartments four lead paint when it happened the agency nye cia has had financial problems for years but the head of the council's public housing committee which he torres says that's no excuse there's no question about your faith is monumental hit school challenges my only point is that nature should be forthright about those challenges rather than mislead the public we're mislead the federal government about a matter of public health like let pain inspections on wnyc's brian lehrer show torres said the agency should hire an independent monitor meanwhile mayor bill de blasio admits he knew the city's housing authority fail to conduct those inspections yesterday he said the housing authority chairwoman shola ola toy a told him in april a 2016 that the agency had filed inaccurate inspection reports but the mayor says it wasn't her fault every one of us and executive office has had moments when we were not provide accurate information by someone down the food chain is not a good situation and it should be addressed every time uh but she acted in good faith since the scandal became public last week to senior officials at the housing authority resigned in an acting chief compliance officer was appointed senator schumer says the tax bill is passed by the house would be devastating to new york speaking to reporters at the site of a cosmetics factory explosion north of the city schumer said that the bill could mean serious budget cuts to basic services police fire water ciller roads parks will all be hurt in this proposal the current bill eliminates the state and local tax deduction which would raise the federal income tax on new jersey and new york residents police officials say security around the macy's thanksgiving day parade will be tighter this year because of that deadly truck attack on halloween they say there will be on officer and every corner and then intersections along the route will be blocked off to avoid unauthorized vehicles organizers are also moving the day before balloon inflation event up by two hours it will start at one and tomorrow afternoon and ended eight if you wanna see them blow the big balloons up the entrance this year for will be at us 74 street and columbus avenue with no backpacks allowed 44 degrees fair skies this is wnyc at ito seven support for npr comes from the kreisky foundation expanding opportunities in american cities to grant making and social investing more at kresge dot org khalidi hard caused.

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"new york housing authority" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"new york housing authority" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Highranking city council member a slamming new york's housing authority for falsely reporting than it inspected apartments for lead paint when it had not agency nasa as had financial problems for years but the head of the council's public housing committee rich torahs says that's no excuse they've no question about your faith is your mental fiscal challenges my only point if at night your should be forthright of all those challenges rather than mitt fli the public or mislead the government about a matter of public health liquidated fraction on wnyc's brian lehrer show torres said the agency should hire an independent monitor meanwhile lemay downplaying the danger posed by the failure of the city to inspect he says only four children living in public housing as the positive for elevated blood levels over a reason to year period and none of them has shown negative affects there is less here than appears thank god there has not been harm done a tenny child beneath the mistakes that were made but uh differ significantly from testimony given by the head of public housing just last year before the city council li chairwoman sholeh although tell ya said two hundred children a public housing had elevated blood levels in the previous five years and city officials have not return emails asking for clarification the world health organisation says no amount of led exposure a safe it can cause permanent brain damage in young children and allah toyota will be on leonard lopate show later today do expect a assam daytoday son it's time added.

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"new york housing authority" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"new york housing authority" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Everyone in the us have health insurance move supposed to be about winning more gop votes but in says become a sticking point president donald trump still says he expects a deal be hammered out though i think they will i hope they will it's up to the senate and if they approve it the house and the senate will get together i'll be there right in the middle of it and we will come up with a bill that will be spectacular for growth and spectacular for the people of this country the house was already passed its version of the tax overhaul build a top priority of the trump administration the keystone xl pipeline took a step toward being built today when a government commission in nebraska approve the root for the project but grand girl of any t news in nebraska reports of decision may also clear the way for more legal challenges a path through nebraska was the missing piece transcanada needed to build the last leg of its pipeline which would carry oil from out bernie can't to refiners on the texas gulf coast the state public service commission approved a route but not the one transcanada wanted and pipeline opponents like jane club of bold nebraska say the new path should be sent back for review by state and federal regulators this is a new route on the table the federal government has never reviewed it and we are absolutely resolute in our position that we will stop this pipeline from ever being dealt transcanada has been lining up customers for keystone xl and says will decide whether to move ahead with the pipeline next month for npr news i'm grant gridlock justice department regulators of move to try and block at and t's proposed eighty five point four billion dollar acquisition of time warner deal combining two giant companies in terms of internet and pay tv providers as well as cnn hbo justices would create two big of a company and heffer consumers on wall street the dow closed higher this is npr you're listening to wnyc in new york at six l4 i'm jamie flowing a high ranking city council member is slamming new york's housing authority for falsely reporting that the city had inspected apartments for lead paint when it had not the agency known as night cia has had financial problems for years but the head of the city councils public housing committee richie torres says.

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"new york housing authority" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"new york housing authority" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Attention more towards singlefamily homebuilding whether the construction of apartments and other multifamily dwellings stocks continue to grain gained ground today the dow up sixty six points to close at twenty one thousand six forty the nasdaq was up forty points this is npr you're listening to wnyc in new york at 505 i'm jamie full eight unu report says that the new york housing authorities budget is improving but not fast enough to handle expected cuts from the trump administration maria do less from the citizens budget commission says his budget is better than it's been in years but the housing authority still hasn't improved it rent collection or made enough money on its parking lots and commercial spacious it financial condition now it gave no figures return poor but it is not good enough to be able to withstand i'm really large pack president trump is proposing to cut six billion dollars from federal housing programmes nike says its reform efforts have led to a balanced budget for two years in a row and that the federal caught under consideration would be unprecedented for a passing it passionate journalist a fifty thousand dollar award is affirming the work he's been doing for nearly two decades fong bui as the cofounder of the brooklyn rail and he's one of the eight recipient of the new award for visual arts journalist from the dorothea and leo rabkin foundation bui says he thinks the public is hungry for good writing about arts and culture it crew come at a better time and you know there's a war hopefully eight will encourage all the people to appreciate writing art widened particularly the rabkin award was given to eight arts writers across the country totaling four hundred thousand dollars and the national weather service has issued an airquality health advisory for new york city an long island until eleven o'clock tonight an we do have.

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