34 Burst results for "Parks Department"

"parks department" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

03:58 min | 8 months ago

"parks department" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

"Sharks were no reason to stay dry for boyfriend. Vincent refer from california. It was very frustrating. British said but being from california debts not a really a big deal. No one no one's been attacked at rockaway beach and people get attack in the pacific ocean oil. Tung a spokesperson for orders city parks department. Says swimmers were told to stay out of the water because a multiple reporters sharks sightings on late of the beach. Adding it is imperative. That beach goers follow the directions of lifeguards and staff to not enter the water until it had been deemed safe. It seem like anybody who went too far out day would wave them back. Eaten larson said when we got in the water they definitely noticed that we were going too far out like i went out a little too far once man man. Another shark siting okay. This is crazy. Man not blame people but this is crazy Rates the beautiful day sunny days were hajim in march. Said we can't dig go in any way but we definitely got yelled at a bunch still wab people near one spoke to said day would not skit of a sharp biden. It is possible just last month. A lifeguard at jones beach thought a start bit him forcing people out of the water. Well it is possible like come on. let me see. There's more information on this. Let's see of course you're going to see more information about this. This is crazy so okay so a little bit. This is rockaway beach queens new york as reopened the swimmers at the beach down for a second straight day due to shark sightings beaches. Were open to the public at tenny freddie. The beach closed around one pm. Thursday in never reopened the first report shock signing words. Wednesday a spokeswoman for the cd parks department says members were told to stay out of the water debt because of multiple reports reported sightings on link of the beach. I'll be scared to man when it comes to When because the stocks obvious scared too. If you ask somebody just last month like what jones law Of course i would be scared man in the parks department warned swimmers to only answer the water when lifeguards on duty which idiots probably didn't know by the way and let's move onto the next one may so got another serious story on here. But this one has to do with steph rogan. Calling out the emmys okay. So several gazette allowed. What of people were thinking. How did all this leads at the emmy sunning a pass. When it came to win mass indoors set kind of jolt..

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"parks department" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:13 min | 11 months ago

"parks department" Discussed on KOMO

"36, the Seattle Parks Department. Has only had about 20% of its outdoor water fountains operating because of covid precautions. But now more than 85% of the fountains are back on. Some of them need repairs needed repairs, and the city is hoping to have the rest of them up and running again. By the middle of July. It could be days away from the next accurate covid case and vaccine numbers in Washington as sites around the state closed because of the heat. Several vaccination centers and testing sites closed over the weekend will stay closed today to encourage people to stay home and protect themselves from the heat. Some vaccine sites have actually been converted into public cooling centers through tomorrow. There are still arguments taking place over whether or not kids should be wearing masks in school. Even though the only kids still in class or those attending summer school, they get more from GMOs Brian Calvert After dozens of protests earlier this month, there still seems to be a bad feelings between parents and parts of Pierce County and local school district. And it's all over face coverings. Terra Green, apparent in the Sumner Bonney Lake School district, told the Puyallup Errol quote. My child is my responsibility. It's not your responsibility to determine what is best for them. It's up to the parents. Katy Payne is director of communications for the State Superintendents office and says districts are required by Governor Proclamation to follow the mask mandates which could actually disappear this fall. You ask, Isn't our state fully reopening Wednesday it is. But mask mandates in schools and for public transportation will still be in effect. Is it a parent's right to control whether their kids wear face coverings? For now, those attending summer school will be unmasked because the state still wants to limit transmission from kids to adults. Staff members. Brian Calvert Colonial Come on news time. Fivethirtyeight US know how much county sheriff's deputy remains on the job. Two years after misconduct allegations cost the county $325,000 to get the update from camels. Corwin HIKE Deputy Daniel Nazarius still carries a gun and a badge for Snohomish County, two years after the sheriff's office itself, agreed. Nah, Zaria had abused his power and should be fired. The deputy found himself in trouble in 2019 for meddling in a married couple's dispute to the point where a judge had slapped him with a restraining order. The wife in the dispute filed a legal grievance, which the county settled for $325,000. Now, though, the Everett Herald reports Sheriff Adam Fortney overturned Nazarius termination. Instead issuing a written reprimand and a one day suspension. Fortney has generated much criticism for reinstating three deputies his predecessor had fired. Corwin Hike KOMO news money raised through Crowdfunding to help police dog named Arlo will go to help other retired canine officers. We told you last week that a go fund me campaign for Arlo, a wounded Thurston County Police dog and raised $73,000. Carlos owner refused all but the 13,000 spent on the actual care Now the Olympian reports. The remaining $57,000 or more is being donated to the project Canine hero nonprofit that helps cover medical costs for retired canines. We'll get to a sports update in one minute Komal news time. 5 30 2021 is the 25th anniversary of the Telecommunications Act of 1996, the last comprehensive update to Internet regulation..

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Montana governor tests positive for COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Montana governor tests positive for COVID-19

"The governor of Montana is isolating after testing positive for coded nineteen the Republican governor of Montana Greg Gianforte has tested positive for Corbett nineteen the state recently expanded coronavirus vaccine eligibility to adults sixteen and over engine four day received his first dose of vaccine Thursday at a pharmacy in Helena his office released a statement Monday saying that after experiencing mild symptoms a day earlier he was tested out of an abundance of caution the governor's canceled in person events and they'll be isolated well he works from home in Bozeman the governor lifted a statewide mask mandate in mid February it had been in place since last July G. forty had recently been in the news after he tried to kill the wolf outside Yellowstone National Park I received a warning from Montana fish wildlife and parks department for not having gone through a state required wolf trapping certification course I'm Jennifer king

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Seattle issues removal notice to homeless campers at Capitol Hill’s Miller Playfield

News, Traffic and Weather

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle issues removal notice to homeless campers at Capitol Hill’s Miller Playfield

"The city of Seattle is warning the home was they'll have to move their belongings of one section of Miller play field on Capitol Hill. Many of the campers move to that side after calendars and park was clear last month. Parks Department issued notices and say they will only apply to a small portion of the park. The construction workers need to access for a city light project

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"parks department" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"parks department" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Down. So that s O that the parks department could come in and safely operate inside the park. T o get the You know all of the debris, and all of the items have been collected in there so that we can sell the parts for me. Get in there. Get all of that cleaned out. Chief Diaz was it was here on the ground and was overseeing the operation. Okay? Yeah, so that she knows that's what did they move all the stuff out there, because that was the thing. Part of the lawsuit was our personal property will be taken and will never get it back again. Did they break down all those tents and put him into something or other And will they get him out? I didn't see that. I thought In fact, a lot of people assume it's the cops showed up. A lot of people left the park that were that. Were there a lot of people who like, didn't want any that commotion, like, all right, we're gonna move on. And then those who stayed throughout the morning I was several hours. I saw them pick up tents and Move them away. Eventually, I didn't see the cops taking any tenses are taking any things and they lost that argument as a threat in the in court anyways, that's not something that the city was going to do. They the scene around Cale Anderson Park than amount of debris and these barricades that they built up really around almost the entirety of the park. They're like wooden pallets site construction, pal. It's things like that. There was a front door laying on the street that I found it was part of a barricade couches and now you know all kinds of different stuff. It's just a lot of trash that was built up to try to keep the cops from crossing and it did not do that job. So are they just going to be cleaning up this park for everyone to once again returned there. Vin sweeps in the past and They all say they're going to return. As soon as the police presence is not there anymore Well and then, so the park has been closed for the last many months since June, At least, I believe, And now the idea and the reason for this week well, one of the reasons for the sweepers, it's going to be opening and they want to reopen that park. So yes, is the answer. This is like a deep, clean and some deep maintenance that they're going to go in and do with the park and Let the people take advantage of the park again that everyone used the park. So that's the idea behind that, but then was also drug activity. A lot of other things that were going on at this park that made it a hazard that the city said No, We're not going to do that. Uh huh. John is shocked. By the way there's drug activity in your ark. Wait a minute. We're Brandi Kruse that she talked to the mayor about. Yeah, she she told us. She told Brandi Kruse this morning actually, why things went down the way they did at the park. Oh, Jacob may not know where it is. At this point, we will continue Tol. It's at the bottom. Jacob. Second page very different. We got this Hammond removals we had before. The primary focus on this was the illegal activity in calendar Seuin Park that illegal activity was using the banner of helping the homeless. It was not. We did extensive outreach to the people who were living on housing that part we got many of them into shelter. We got some people were able to return home. We have done extensive work in the city of Seattle over the last three years, and even before that, to try to do extensive outreach to get people are living in tent, encampments or otherwise. The places that are safe and warm and we will continue to do that. But people cannot go into apart occupied. Build illegal barriers put fencing up so the fire department can't get in have open pit fire's an attack city workers. That's just not going to be allowed. This is very different than some of the hammock removal is we had before you got married. She's dead later point way only do that in the summer. That's only during the summer of love. We don't do that in the fall and early winter. Having people have all that stuff didn't basically when they asked you several times asked one of the protesters or whatever the person says they are, what you gonna do? They said. We'll just wait for the police to leave and we'll go back in again. Yeah, And I don't think that's gonna fly this time. I think the city has a plan. They're not saying what the P I O from SPD who come on, who spoke to who? I I didn't see while I was there. But he was asked what what's next? And he said, Right now we're focused on keeping the Parks Department's safe and clearing this out and making it open to the public again and and then, you know, we'll have a plan from there, and it definitely sounds like the mayor has a plan to it that she's not. You know, she's got nothing to lose, right. She's she's already said she's not running again. She doesn't have to deal with Pushback from the City council in a lot of other stuff, so she can take maybe a harder line if she wants to do that, And and and this this again, this has nothing to do with the black lives matter, Demonstrations that we saw her summer George Floyd or any of that This is about that. Housing is a human right. This is about people who want housing. And there's there are a number of investments in the in the budget and the number of things the governor just announced. A lot going on. They offered all of the shelter to the people who were in the park. Some took it Some didn't That's where we are at. Okay? Jim. Any questions for Hannah? Before we say farewell? No, Hannah. Nice job, And we appreciate you getting up early for all of that. Thank you. Thank you. You guys have a good night.

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"parks department" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"parks department" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Looking okay, Let's hold on. Let's think about this where they're not. You go into a park. And get people out of the park that had been illegally in the park. Can we go in there and do that without violating somebody's rights? And the judge has said What? Hannah, then? Yeah, we can go ahead and do that. We can go ahead for the park. You guys don't get your emergency injunction. No, but he did take his time to think about it. They wanted him to file from the bench or Yeah, it's always order from the bench. Yesterday. They're saying there are arguments are. It was filed on behalf of one woman who'd been living in the park. They had said. You know, it's going to lead to them the police and the city coming in and taking all of these people's belongings, destroying their quote homes and then not letting them know where their belongings are. They also pointed out in court that This is a area where this is that calendars and bark is a focal point for the black lives matter. Protestors on things like that. So that was a big deal. The city was fighting back saying Look, our Parks Department and police are constantly targeted with violence. When they try to go in there and talk to these people, the parks has been the park is officially been closed since, like June or July. And these people continue to camp here, so that was a big deal. But what's just happened somehow in the last many, many minutes is that there's no one occupation. I don't know if you guys were paying attention A couple of weeks ago toe what was going on down in Oregon when some demonstrators took over a house that is now happened here. Capitol Hill house that is right across the street from Cal Anderson Park. They spoke. It had a little press conferences few moments ago. Here is the woman who leads the group now occupying that house. She spoke a few minutes ago. This is what happens when you don't house people when we say.

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Homeless woman living in Capitol Hill encampments sues Seattle to stop 'sweeps'

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Homeless woman living in Capitol Hill encampments sues Seattle to stop 'sweeps'

"A homeless person suing the city of Seattle to stop sweeps of an encampment on Capitol Hill. A Yeager says she's been through four sweeps by police and park staff since June at a camp it Cale Anderson Park and says armed police slashed tents with knives, destroyed belongings and displaced people. The city attorney's office says they intend to investigate the claims. The Seattle Parks Department has postponed its plan sweep of the homeless and camera and tell Anderson Park the city says it's reaching out to those in the encampment to get them to shelter before they begin cleanup and repair. But they say their efforts have been met with hostility and violence. However, it doesn't appear that anyone has been arrested. So far.

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Protesters resist city's effort to remove people from Seattle's Cal Anderson Park

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:21 min | 1 year ago

Protesters resist city's effort to remove people from Seattle's Cal Anderson Park

"Festive and threatening at Seattle's Cale Anderson Park right now, where police want to evict homeless campers and protesters vowed to stop them come most. Corwin Hickey is there and joins us live. Esther because there's music playing and small fires burning as protesters still the park in anticipation of a plan sweep planned by the Seattle Parks Department so they can effect cleanup and repairs and enforced by Seattle police who have made their presence known around the part Now the police have not yet moved in. But I've personally been physically threatened by an activist who objected to my presence. He told me. He's lucky. He's a well known public figure, although I don't know who he is. Lucky. I'm a public figure. Yes, Yes, I I wasn't wasn't known. known. I I would've would've been been enough enough to to last last out. out. You You could could walk walk away away not, not, you you know, know, not not What? What? Mr Mr Playboy. Playboy. Well, Well, I I did did walk walk away away in in spite spite of of a a bluster bluster there, there, and and so I am back to safety. After that encounter, these activists are charged up. Obviously, they don't want these campers to be evicted from the park, where many of them have lived for the past seven or eight months. Live on Capitol Hill, Corwin Heiko Mona also apparently don't want overhead views of all of this, and we've heard from our television side that the news helicopter had to move out of the area. Because some of those on the ground were pointing a laser athm Well, today's

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Security guards chased out of Seattle's Cal Anderson Park as tents, protesters return to area

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Security guards chased out of Seattle's Cal Anderson Park as tents, protesters return to area

"Protesters chase private security officers out of Cale Anderson Park after Seattle police had ordered protesters to leave Tuesday, Seattle Parks Department hired the guards from federal way based Jaguar security to enforce the park's closure. The Seattle Times reports. The protesters confronted the guards Tuesday night, shouting at them to leave, Jaguar's owner tells the Times the guards left the park concern for their own safety.

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"parks department" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"parks department" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The City Council has approved $30 million to help people with child care about 10 million's going to go to the recreation and Parks Department. They're going to set up 50 alternative learning centers at Parks throughout l. A. I guess is a place where you can drop off. Your kid will be somebody to supervise them. They could do schoolwork while they're there and then 20 million is going to go straight to existing Childcare facilities to help him stay open and going back in history. Member. I'm l A unified I grew up in L, a unified of being here in Southern California since I've been five years old during the summer. It used to be. You'd have Ah. You basically have day camp Ah, at all the schools. And parks. Where teachers and counselors would show up and we have arts, arts and crafts and play games, and it was all provided by the school. You didn't have to go to camp at all. It was all there for you. And they gave us Creole is And they gave us rulers. And they gave his pencils. Well, Calleigh, don't They don't even give the teachers, rulers and pencil. That's true. The only thing that still left they gave you cooties. All right, let's just move on. I don't know what that means. California's okayed school return, at least if you're a child with special needs when they talk about special needs, this runs more than just maybe a disability there talking about it, maybe an English language, Lerner Kids at risk of abuse or neglect or kids who.

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Pier 58 in Seattle will not reopen but a replacement is coming

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Pier 58 in Seattle will not reopen but a replacement is coming

"City of Seattle Engineers confirmed the pier that supports Waterfront Park is deteriorating and must be replaced. The good news is there's already a plan and enough money to get it done more from comas, Corwin take we learned Earlier this week, Pier 58 on the Seattle waterfront had closed after Park's employees noticed the pier was coming loose from the land that anchors it. Seattle Park superintendent. Hey Susa Gear, a says engineers have now examined that separation. They confirmed our concerns in terms of the deterioration of the facility and confirmed it is no longer safe for the public to access. Fortunately, the city and the Parks Department have known for a while A replacement Pierre would be needed that this is happening a little faster than we expected. But the good news is this is a project that was already planned is funded on the downside design and permitting for the new pier will take about two years. When construction finally begins in 2022. It'll take another two years to

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Stepped up police patrols at Seattle's Alki Beach on hold for now

Inside Out with Tami Michaels

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Stepped up police patrols at Seattle's Alki Beach on hold for now

"Alqaida beach New patrols there put on hold as of Friday, not even 24 hours, and they were started. Turns out the Parks Department funding three officers to patrol the beach at night after recent shootings, complaints about noise drinking in public and the bonfires Captain of the Southwest pre Signal says he recently learned that moving money from Seattle parks to police for extra patrols requires City Council approval.

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Cambridge Proposal: Let Unarmed City Employees Make Traffic Stops Instead Of Boston Police

Nightside with Dan Rea

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Cambridge Proposal: Let Unarmed City Employees Make Traffic Stops Instead Of Boston Police

"Easy. TV's Michael across tells US City Council proposal calls for routine traffic violations to be handled by unarmed civilians city workers, The council's policy proposal says routine traffic stops. Disproportionately impact black and brown drivers and that unarmed city employees would reduce the possibility of violence. Some counselors are calling on the city manager to explore transferred enforcement Tio either the traffic and parking department public works or health and human services, Cambridge Police Commissioner of Granville Bar Junior says in my opinion The order runs afoul of Massachusetts General law and shows a lack of fourth on the department says traffic stops are never routine and pointed to a recent incident where an erratic driver had a gun without a license to carry. Cambridge is mayor says she's still weighing the pros and cons of the proposal on the mayor says the City Council will take the matter up again at its next meeting

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Mission Control announces partnership with Special Olympics

The Esports Minute

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Mission Control announces partnership with Special Olympics

"Let's start with our friends at mission control after helping the Special Olympics out eastwards programs. This summer I had Austin Smith Co. bitchy on the sports network podcast. Morning the company announced a raise of one point seven five million dollars. Their goal is to build out REC league eastwards at schools, parks, and REC, departments and workplaces today. They felt Duke Mit the Dow's Parks Department and the Special Olympics in New York at Oregon. Graduations Austin if you want to hear more about the company hop over to the eastward style podcast feed listened to that show.

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"parks department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"parks department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Us. We've got people the last few weeks. Wait in line 15 hours, 10 hours, My niece waited 13 hours just to get the test. So mayor the lack of testing in Phoenix. I like to play the blame game. I like to know who's to blame here. Who is to blame here is that you have you tried to fix the problem. Is this a governor Ducey problem because I just want it fixed and I want to know who's not fixing it. The public health is a county function, but people were saying that's what they needed no matter they didn't care who it was. So we've stepped up at the city and started doing testing. We didn't have a health department, so we have individuals from our parks Department. From our libraries. They have gone in and found testing sites partnered with groups like a quality health, vital soul and others. We do have some partnerships within Orrin Quest. So we are anyone who wants to work with us. We're trying to work with them. I just feel like as local government. We have anyone else to pass the buck, too, So we're going to try to do what we can. The federal government also has quick rapid response teams that have gone to other communities and could help us learn. Because this is all new for us at the city of Phoenix, and we'd love to get the expertise of people who've been through H one N one or Ebola. But right now we're just innovating on our own, and we're going to try to get it done. You never doubt the power of a phoenix librarian to solve the problems. Mayor though. Are you doing enough? Are you Are you banging on enough doors? Are you talking to governor? Do you see the last time that we talk to? You said he hadn't talked to him in months. Do you feel like you're doing enough by calling FEMA by bashing down deuces door? Well, if people are still waiting in my community, hours and hours, we can't. I mean it's not a successful situation. I did talk with Dr Chris for quite a while last night and they are going to make every effort they can to get more testing. So I would say Arizona elected officials are aware of the problem and are trying to do better. Some of the quotations coming out of D C saying everyone can get a test. Who wants one? Don't reflect the reality. I'm living Phoenix Mayor Cake Diego is joining us for talking about the gym's being closed in Arizona. We're talking about the lack of testing and the hours of waiting. I know that you've been out. Spoken against Governor do see saying he opened too soon and how he reopened it. It wasn't I wasn't clear enough that the guidelines weren't tough enough. Why weren't you more outspoken when the state re opened at that moment? I did come out and say that we did not meet the guidelines for reopening set by the Centers for Disease Control. I've tried to talk a lot about some of the more dangerous situations. For example, we know Nightclubs where there's alcohol. People are unlikely to wear a mask, and they're quite likely to be yelling, which gets more droplets in the air are very dangerous. That's something that use that wasn't supposed to open till the final phase of reopening but obviously in Arizona were very independent states and That is usually a great, great asset. But not now. I think a lot of young people who are seeing the impacts of decisions they made regret them now. I hope so. Hey, last one for you, Mayor. You spoke with Doctore. Crist yesterday. She promising you something? Do you think that testing is going to get better in a couple weeks? A couple months? How long is it going to take? For us to to fix this problem of 15 hour waits for testing and then people, you know, get it in 10 days. She told me. She has the ability to ask the centers for Disease control to do a huge testing Serge where they could do 10,000 day for several days in a row, and I really encouraged her to take advantage of that option because we have such a backlog right now and huge demand. That won't be enough, but it would be a very important step. You know, It's heartbreaking to watch people fit while they feel sick and watch the gas gauge. Go down on their car. Tough, tough situation out there. Mayor Kate Diego..

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"parks department" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"parks department" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A queen for a trim twin price for the savings of up to $500. Let's get a free adjustable base with the Virgin of 6 99 Sale is ongoing Pasture for large July 4th Davidson Drunk busy struck upon the freeze 84 degrees right now in Boston. Beautiful sunshine for now by thunderstorms, reportedly on the way through tonight will be getting gusty winds dropping a 67 degrees tonight low humidity. Beautiful sunshine tomorrow Highs near 82 high of 77 on Tuesday. Looks like it's going to be partly sunny Wednesday. A little more McGee with scattered showers and thunderstorms. This's W B Z news Radio 10 30 where the news watch never stops. Good afternoon. I'm Tina Gal here. The five things you need to know. At 2 45 Boston Police confiscated a large haul of illegal fireworks last night from a man and woman in South Boston, selling them out of their car. Officers in Lynn are investigating a barbecue shooting last night. Phase three of re opening in the Commonwealth begins tomorrow. If you've noticed the hot and humid weather lately, well, seems like it'll keep up for a while longer for attorney now to one of our top stories this afternoon, Subdued Independence Day celebrations held all around the country in Washington, America, 2020 and 1/4 of July Like no other You know, pandemic that is getting worse. At a time of civil unrest, New York City reopened its beaches just in time for the holiday. We've seen Parks Department staff handing out masks and a lot of people here told us they feel good to just be out again. Most said. They're happy to comply with distancing and mass guidelines. CBS is.

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Seattle temporarily closes Cal Anderson Park after removing some barriers in CHOP

Tom and Curley

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Seattle temporarily closes Cal Anderson Park after removing some barriers in CHOP

"City of Seattle says it plans to clear out Cale Anderson part today. It's part of the top protest zone. The city's Parks department says it's closing the part to assess damage and clean up trash. Protestors are demanding police reform, but the police free chop zone has been the scene of multiple shootings. Over the past two weeks, Two people have died.

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Lifeguards union says de Blasio pool plan is dead in water

The Coastal Athlete Program

05:01 min | 2 years ago

Lifeguards union says de Blasio pool plan is dead in water

"Welcome to CAP. CAST is June one, thousand, nine, hundred, thousand and twenty. Here is your news from around the world. Kind of Kinda works imagine if we had like a bad. Like some kind of channel, six or something. The New York Post Nolan Hicks of the New York Post is reporting that the lifeguards union has said no to build a Pasi does plan actually the New York Post, so let's go ahead and read the headline because that's that's what they do. Best Lifeguards Union says to Blasios Pool. Plan is dead in water. Like. So here's here's what no one has to say. Cools out for summer. There is little chance. The big apple will be able to open its outdoor public pools this summer. Do staffing shortages and training snafus despite Mayor Bill De Blasio, publicly floating the notion in recent days, according to the head of the union, representing city lifeguards. Just WanNa editorialize for a second. This is why I love the post even when they're like reporting there still so much editorial just baked. Like the Pun about bill, De, Blasio floating public notions. Quote I'm not hopeful pools. Sorry excited on that hopeful, the pools is and said Hair Henry Gerardo. President of AF. District thirty seven, who said the coronavirus pandemic has delayed and complicated training so badly. That is unlikely they can get staff certified in time. I don't think we'll be ready to have enough personnel to do the training and get them certified in time for the Pool Story Open. He told the post quote. Instead he said the city and the union have focused their efforts on getting lifeguards ready to patrol city beaches, offering some hope that New Yorkers will be able to find some escape from Gotham off swelling summers. Interesting sentence the parks. Department fifty three outdoor pool has been a staple of summer life for decades attracting more than one point seven million visitors during the summer of two thousand nineteen alone quote, we are currently training lifeguards in order to open our beaches for swimming, if and when it becomes safe, says city hall spokesperson John Jane May Meyer quote. We continue to recruit and train lifeguards and are assessing. If it is possible to open pools this summer end quote wanted to bring the story up because New York. City has some of the most pools per capita anywhere in the world. There's a lot of people in a very small area and I. Don't know if you've been to New York in the summer. Have you ever been to New York in the summer before now, but I've seen movies it's. Looks uncomfortable. Talk Shit Right? Yeah, it's it's hot. It smells like urine. I've heard that a lot. Like, like the urine. Smell really comes out in the summertime. Hug. It really does it off an especially. If it's like just started to rain, because then it likes teams and you're. To Crow But this is, this is a really big issue. I mean the lifeguard shortage around the country is impacting a lot of places in their ability to open ever GonNa get a little later in the stories like the time line to get people in the door has been pushed so far down the line that we find ourselves. Potentially, not able to open spaces that should be allowed to be open if you don't have enough lifeguards to sit in tower, no city or town is going to open up their aquatic facility, so I have a feeling what we're seeing in New York is going to be the same repeating story in a lot of other places around the country. Talking about public pools. So! Lifeguards Union in New York, city, so like any pool needs to have lifeguards, and within certain like obviously private clubs are an exception, but any public facility has to have lifeguards there within this union. And in order to be a union member, there's all the stuff that you have to do and in order to qualify just to be a lifeguard. There's a lot of stuff that you have to do to. So. By them saying they're going to focus on opening up the beaches. That's probably because they can. I have more of a capacity of people at a beach than they can add a public pool, so they're. They're trying to triage their resources to the place where the feel they can give the most people the most released. Okay come say who's really dying to go back to a public pool like. Let's let's. Have you been to put to public fault. Me Personally Yeah. Santa Cruz? Cabrillo is the closest, and that's not even public. Grafton Sale. But I used to live back east, and my family's from back there in like there are community pool is all over the place like that is people. When people live in apartments, they can't have pools. Most apartment buildings can't facilitate like a pool on the roof or something so you're kinda limited to twenty four hour, fitness or New York, Sport Club or wherever?

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"parks department" Discussed on The Sprinkler Nerd Show

The Sprinkler Nerd Show

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"parks department" Discussed on The Sprinkler Nerd Show

"Is Non. We're going to be talking about the bay station. Thirty, two hundred and letting it run things other than irrigation, so we know what it can do for irrigation, but let's talk about what it can do other than that so I bring up my screen. Share realistically were talking about non irrigation items here, so some three easy things to talk about as lighting so lighting might be field lighting sports stadium type lighting. It might be A. Path leading might be even be low voltage lighting. We could be talking about door locks for bathrooms or gates, anything electronic, or usually they're electro-magnetic. Might be water features so. FOUNTAINS SPLASH PADS ponder raiders. But pretty much anything else sits electrically run. We're not going to actually run it, but we're going to run a program and we can schedule them and essentially manage them through our base station thirty two hundred. I'M GONNA! Ask Lisa to to share a little bit of background information about the site where we're GONNA be talking about today so this is a large city park in Arizona. That says two hundred five Acre Park with a new soccer fields, going on, that had a southwest corner that you see where it's farm fields and more to come after that but right now what we're kind of discussing is the old conventional system of the existing site we have. They had less than four hundred zones at the site minus the new soccer complex, so we're able to retrofit this site out to to thirty two hundred, and about eleven substations as the previous system had a lot of remote little sixteen zone units all the way around the whole site, so we just use wireless substation and picked up. Items from lighting door locks in an irrigation at the site, so it looks like they've got some tennis courts in some ballfields in general park in parking lots, and maybe a couple of buildings there it pretty. Rec Center on the nor. Another tennis court center on the southeast lots of playgrounds and play structures as well. Why was it so important to them? Or why did they want to run? The lights in the door locks as opposed to some other method of of controlling. That question, every city is different this city, the Parks Department actually does manage lights, door locks, and so it was a already incorporated the original system, which we were easily able to take over and retrofit out at definitely streamlines everything they can access lighting and everything with our system remotely where they couldn't with their old system, you also just been a very convenient system for them to build to retrofit over to. It sounds like some cities in this makes sense..

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Houston park's Christopher Columbus statue doused in red paint

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Houston park's Christopher Columbus statue doused in red paint

"A statue honoring Christopher Columbus in Houston's museum district was splattered with red paint in a sign that read RIP they had from your presser this woman lives across the street and agrees with the anarchists who defaced the statue kind of nice to see the face honestly because it needs to be removed I really hope that the parks department considers removing it because it really represents that you know our leaders are okay with the statue being here in Houston I'm born and raised here in Houston I love my city and my city and this does not represent my city that seven foot bronze statue was donated to the city by the federation of Italian American organizations of greater Houston it was in order to celebrate the five hundredth anniversary of Columbus's discovery of the

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"parks department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"parks department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Windows even before because that show Martian is an urban park ranger with the New York City parks department Michelle's boss is mark Sanchez it's our mission and our responsibility to bring the natural world to new Yorkers and connect your crystalline outwards which hasn't been so easy in recent months mayor de Blasio first took down the tennis nets and the nets off basketball hoops and some parks then he closed down the playgrounds than the dog runs but the city parks have remained open and part of ranger Michelle's job is to make sure people are following the rules enjoying nature safely you have a sort of literal breath of fresh air when you're surrounded by trees when you're surrounded by plants you got to see the world you got to see all those migratory birds that are stopping by get see that neighborhood pigeon I love her and the parks department has even launched an online program called parks at home so that people trapped at home by the lockdown conjoined virtual tours of the park we are walking along the cab Gallagher trail you can see park Rangers on a hike in van Cortlandt park in the Bronx you're looking for the oldest living thing in New York City and I'm gonna ask you here is to take a guess at what the oldest thing it's a four hundred year old tulip tree in alley pond park in clean safe got that red and green of course then there are the other new Yorkers who don't need any encouragement to commune with nature good morning Amy it's six AM morning how are you and that will in Iran are respectively doesn't Brooklyn trying to hear some birds I'm gonna throw open my window to I am a New York City.

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Effects On Coronavirus On People With Disabilities

Brian Lehrer

12:44 min | 2 years ago

Effects On Coronavirus On People With Disabilities

"The crown of lockdown police say the whole word the coronavirus lockdown and the virus itself present special challenges for people with various kinds of disabilities it may also present some new opportunities such as greater acceptance of working or studying from home but depending on the kind of disability someone has shopping transportation unemployment the ability to get needed healthcare workers to come into your home lots of different things require navigating corona world in new ways with us now to talk about his work and to take calls with your experiences from anyone with any kind of disability is Victor Crowley C. commissioner of the New York City mayor's office for people with disabilities commissioner of police you thanks so much for coming on today welcome to WNYC thank you Brian it's a pleasure to be here would you like to introduce yourself to our listeners a little bit first before we get into people's lives and the issues because I see you've described yourself as a person with a self disclosed disability so would you say how you describe that and then basically what your mission is as commissioner of the people with disabilities office sure I am a person with a disability I am in a wheelchair I was injured in a mountain bicycle accident when I was twenty two years old and it absolutely turn my life around I was a plumber before I was injured and trying to navigate that world and trying to figure out what's next in my life going back to school realizing that education was the key to moving forward to employment was it was important to me and I accepted the disabled world the first through adaptive sports of competing in the Paralympic Games in nineteen ninety eight in Nagano Japan and then eventually working my way through nonprofit organizations and and landing a job with the parts department and eventually is the commissioner of the mayor's office with people with disabilities yeah in twenty twelve so what is our office do you our office is around to ensure that everything the city has to offer is equal to people with disabilities so for looking after our streetscape to ensure that it's acceptable for people disabilities we're looking at our parks department our cultural institutions to ensure that people with disabilities are represented not only in visiting the places but also adds August so we want to make sure that everything the city offers is acceptable to people with disabilities so listeners we'd like to invite anyone with any kind of disability to call in to talk to Victor Crowley C. commissioner of the mayor's office for people with disabilities especially about ways the coronavirus era is changing things for you that's the topic for this call in or anything you think public policy should address in that respect six four six four three five seventy to eighty six four six four three five seventy to eighty help us report this story how was the corona virus you know changing things for you or someone you know with any kind of disability and what could the commissioner's office for people with disabilities stand to know about your experience that may help them have the best city government response six four six four three five seventy to eighty six four six four three five seventy to eighty if you want to talk about yourself or someone you know will help us report the story commissioner office said you might want to talk about how people with disabilities lives are going to change after call of it including how society has changed with work from home and study from home distance learning what are you thinking about those changes in terms of challenges or maybe even opportunities absolutely challenges across the board and all of them but this this certainly presents a unique opportunity to change the way that employment education recreation and health care costs are delivered so if we talk about accommodations in the workplace and as we move forward in diving into what the future of work is going to look like we have to insure that it's acceptable and they have those accommodation for people disabilities it can be anything from a screen reader to changing a person's schedule and the list goes on and what we heard in the past is that we can't work from home because it's it's not doable but since the coronavirus come came and is with us right now everybody's working from home and understanding that it is a possibility is certainly a bright spot for people disability because we've been doing this for so long we've asked for these accommodations and have not necessarily receive that now we are concerned about the us add that second we started a program called NYC at work it's a public private partnership to ensure that we employ people with disabilities now the opportunity is that we can go online we can work but not everyone has access to some of these effective communication devices or computers or cell phones and all that because people disabilities within poverty so we really need to be able to employ people so they can get the resources they need so they can prosper in work remote education we've certainly seen this change department of education has gone from a school based model now to virtually online and a matter of a matter of days and making sure that we provide the effective equipment for people with disabilities disabilities such as iPads and then making sure that our systems are accessible making sure that the E. learning platforms are accessible to people for kids with disabilities I think that that is really important meaning that you can read TD asset they have captioning and that my wife is a physical therapist and right now she is working from home providing physical therapy to some of those kids that actually need it and what is telehealth look like and telehealth is if we hear of everything that happened during the corona virus this is changing the landscape of that but we need access to that equipment to ensure that happens as well but as recreation from whole look like other departments of parks and recreation is put together a video encouraging people to work out if you have a disability and what types of exercise programs you can have this long with the New York road runners club and Achilles track club I mean these are things that are based here in New York and we want to keep people of state active so technology can certainly drive this but being employed as an important part of it Sam in Inglewood you're on W. NYC with Victor Crowley C. from the New York City mayor's office for people with disabilities hi Sam hi thank you so I mean New Jersey I used to work for twenty five plus years in New York City so my question is kind of a a global one we fought very hard here in New Jersey to make sure that the at those are intellectually disabled on the severe and many of whom were ours are in larger facilities the so called developmental centers got tested for covert nineteen as well as all the staff it seems to me and to us looking trying to find data from other states and cities that are those who were disabled particularly particularly severe and are are sitting ducks in a lot of different ways we think the state cared in New Jersey but we still have to push it very very hard to get our folks properly taken care of so I'm just wondering what what if anything you might have to say about how we as a society protect those who were severely disabled particularly intellectually but in other ways too in the in Europe coke at nineteen I'm so glad you brought this up Sam because there's so much focus on nursing homes in particular we know what's been happening there and it's hot horrific but there are other kinds of group living situations that involve people with particular needs and that presumably would also make them vulnerable so commissioner how about that yes very it's it's a big concern and people with disabilities were concerned about this as soon as Copeland had now I've gotten calls from advocates say we to make sure that healthcare but held home health care workers and personal care attendants are essential workers we need to make sure that they're protected and that was a balance at first because we needed to make sure that the front line workers at the hospital had all the protective equipment that they needed to add once we were solid with them we were able to secure a protective equipment for people with disabilities and we were able to take them delivered them to our service providers you therefore sent into healthcare workers and people with disabilities and making sure that that happens because the reality is if health care workers come into a home and get a person with a disability second they flood the hospitals that's a problem so we want to see that so once we were able to you secure protective equipment such as masks and gloves we we've delivered over a hundred thousand of them already and we're continuing to keep a list of that but we don't do this in a bubble right we like to think we know everything but the important part is to be really kidnapped what the disabled community we hold a weekly call so I understand what the concerns are with the community and we have hundreds of people on those calls because we give them updates will will we bring in people from other agencies to talk about the issues that are happening so everyone stays informed along with our website me and make sure the website has all the content on there and it's not just about a website that has information you have to make sure that that the information is accessible to the PDF's of the video to social media all of that is a constant reminder of acceptability because people with disabilities have different needs so it's delivering equipment to the people that need it and it's also making sure that the the way that we deliver things are accessible Gardner in Manhattan you're on W. NYC with commissioner Causey hi Gardner hi there Brian great to be on the call of the you guys are doing the show the segment thanks so I have to read them grow which is the neurological disorder that leads to a lot of like motor and vocal tics as we call them the most well known stereotype is people cursing uncontrollably which actually only about ten percent of people actually do with threats and I'm just curious because you know Mike that currently is a pretty loud throat clearing sniffing which any normal time you know there's a lot of anxiety and other people so I'm not taking the subway or anything right now but I just wonder what the city can be doing to acknowledge disabilities like that they're not as identifiable in public but the keeper could do with a lot of you know hostility which I've been saying basically my whole life in a place like New York you probably need to call in to radio shows more because you haven't done it once during this call but I but but I get it commissioner if you're yeah your point is that if your tech is a lot of throat clearing and people are gonna think you have the virus and you're gonna get stigmatized everywhere you go right oh yeah oh yeah and I felt that my whole life with you know point flu it's just people being worried worried about you know being second there's there's no amount of cover my mouth if you do that you know can can quell the you know the hostility of the negative person unfortunately yeah and you raise the consciousness of people just by saying that commissioner anything to add to that briefly

"parks department" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"parks department" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"The parks department difficult compliance and what we do is we work with those partners to address issues that we're seeing behind the scenes as far as the reports themselves were singer Pete issues in a specific area so you guys make it so you make those those decisions on going out there too based upon the mat being heated up and then that's when you kind of said the patrol around checking those out so the next question would would would be that is can you let us know some of the things that you have seen on those apps so what are the things that have been heated up in one of those calls is it is the kids playing basketball what are those things that are being mapped out there so it can be anything it's just someone putting information into our system and that's what he did out there could be people inside the park it could be people are talking to people hang basketball could be a house party it's whatever our citizens reporting to us as something where someone violating social distancing so we are just hearing today from the sheriff up in Snohomish county Adam Fortner who says he's not gonna be enforcing the governor stay home stay healthy orders what do you what what is the Bellevue police department's position on that given that you've got this myself you app and you know maybe speaking as a law enforcement professional no position our role is to inform and educate we go out there and we educate people about what the law says there is some different this information the community about for example our city about the parts being close which is not correct our parks are open so people reporting sometimes departure close and that's not the case so there's some instances where people reporting something that is a violation is not a violation so we see our role in this is to go out there and inform and educate the public as far as what the rules are and ask them to abide by those so what are the do you have any strange complaints I mean at that have you ever got one you're like okay seriously this is not a good use of myself you out so I would say there's nothing that's not a good use of my belly up the apps out there if somebody sees it if you if people are trying to put something on there that isn't real that's something where I say that if using the app itself because it's designed for us for people to call and report this and it's a very uncertain time has a lot of fear out there incidents are in the community and help people are conservative virus is job losses there's definitely losses there's disruption of what normal is so this is an outlet for some people to have someone within the community at the police department government to express their concerns when they see those because they may be afraid that this is going to spread this virus further and because of that we want to give them the ability to report that so I'd encourage people to always use it in the right manner honestly reporting they're seeing and also quote an educator's people's hearts the protocol and what they should be doing at some point time if people are not do anything wrong we'll drive by and you see a nice push cart rabbi in this the feeling of of addressing that fear of crime and and crime in the community which is our roles we want to make people feel safe and sometimes push Carter my does that well that's awesome so how has this site app impacted your nine one one call so are you because I know that we had heard from dispatches were saying you know we are getting calls from people who are asking these questions that are not appropriate for nine one one has it helped so nine one one still has received calls about this as well I would say it would help because that's five hundred and fifty plus reports they didn't go through nine one it came through a separate process we can screen that process look at it I can look behind the scenes and see what the person's actually porting and like I said before this is when we can contact our parks department say Hey we have concerns about this park or display area because we're getting a lot of these reports in the general area it is something we can do environmentally to make this less likely to occur for the gathering is a tamu soccer goals is it to put more signage about this being closest to put signage in multiple languages about this every being closed and we work with our partners in the city to better address the concerns there come from the community and this is a way for us to do that you know what I mean I'm I'm not sure why any others police department wouldn't do this I mean I think they can take the lead from you it sounds like a great idea I'm just trying to think is there any sort of push back from anyone who thinks you know this is not a good idea well you always have people who are concerned about the entire governor's order itself our job in law enforcement is to go out there and educate the community whether it be a speeding ticket where we deleted it give you a citation or with those who give you a verbal warning depending upon that educational process it's don't speed our role in this is the same way as to whether an educated community at this point time we're not taking enforcement action if that changes in the future that's something we'll re re evaluate and we take each case each incident on a case by case basis thank you so much for your time that is major Andrew Papa check for the Bellevue police department you got a great thing going there appreciate it and thank you for all you guys do all the men and women in the department thank you so much still ahead we're gonna be talking about why we're having these crazy dreams during the pandemic I've been having a lot of those crazy drinks Ursula and I'll share it's not the fact that I'd remember the dreams just makes it that much creepier to me I never remember my dreams but I've had I've had some personal you have been in my dream so I that's not an H. R. issue or anything you have not been in my dreams and neither has shipped you know how chef gets in dreams and he just be grumpy anyway that he was so again you guys elicited universal show to talk about drinking.

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"parks department" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"parks department" Discussed on KOMO

"Than seven thousand five hundred talents have died from the corona virus pandemic and medical facilities continue to be overwhelmed by new patients we Martinez ABC news Washington New York targets a new way to stop the spread of the coronavirus broadly New Yorkers appear to be adhering to social distancing that requires people to be six feet apart basketball is still a problem pick up games are still happening so at eighty courts around the city the parks department's going to remove the hoops to discourage group play the mayor has said the city would decide by Saturday whether parks and playgrounds need to close A. B. C.'s Erin to Turkey in New York Mexico's government says it'll continue to receive cruise ships for humanitarian reasons but will fumigate passengers individually before they're taken to airports to be returned home to passengers wouldn't even have to go through security they just directly board planes this is ABC news someone whose time eight oh foreign our call traffic every ten minutes on the force's Tama Fulton the earlier crash we were watching into coma on south on highway seven oh five at I. five has been cleared and traffic is moving through once again but we are still watching a crash in Lakewood on itself to come away just north of highway five twelve causing some some pretty significant backups in each direction and a carnation highway two oh three it's been reduced to just one lane between north east still water hill road and with east eighty eight street with traffic alternating through in that one line it's causing backups of under a quarter of a mile in each direction our next come on traffic at eight fourteen the general dialogical eco roof forecast relatively speaking reading into a dryer break over the next twelve hours continuing to see the last of the showers ringing out and.

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Neighbors Fear Dog That Died In Charlestown Was Poisoned

WBZ Midday News

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Neighbors Fear Dog That Died In Charlestown Was Poisoned

"The Boston parks department is investigating after some dog owners in Charlestown if you're a dog that died over the weekend was poisoned WBZ TV is Ken macleod reports from Eden street park well I didn't go in the park today so we walked around the park but even his neighbors speak of a similar dog death in November there is still some uncertainty about the fax like might the poison had been ingested on the walk to or from the park the city says it has not put any poison in this park that would be harmful to pets but in response to a neighbor concerns it send inspectors anyway and they found nothing privacy

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"parks department" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"parks department" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"And now back to body like his cock lane and your host and welcome back to the segment of bobby like a really great show today and I really proud to be able to share with you information every Saturday from tinged noon right here on bobby like Karnik Hannah will take your calls at triple eight car clinic. That's triple eight. Two two seven twenty five forty-six put you in the queue and I will put you on the air I WANNA share with you. What I mentioned mentioned earlier about a reilly auto parts? We're going to take Gordon Gordon. You stay there and folks announce a good time to get in. I'm really excited about this. This latest opportunity from O'Reilly auto parts. Well you you'll know why in a minute. Let me ask you this question. Who knows the best quality shops in any given city our local community? Who who who knows? I mean if you're a parts counter on our person for O'Reilly auto parts you would have. Oh Gosh probably depending on the size of the city anywhere from Twenty Ninety to one hundred twenty different local shops that purchase parts from you. You know these shop owners. You know the service desk personnel. You know the Parks Department apartment at the independent shops and dealerships as well show the parts counter man or woman at O'Reilly auto parts would know now Arado parts have has gift cards You can.

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"parks department" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"parks department" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Go ahead hold for me no one else what is your promises then six figures out other than police are or police protection order city expense something on some blue dot org all the scale I mean this is unit by the way we just got there's got it we just got word confirmation and you guys tonight I watch ABC twenty four ten o'clock because they're going to be doing a story on this so Nashville just to put in perspective okay they're gonna have all the details on this tonight on twenty four they have no outside come is doing podcasts for example the national parks department produces a podcast themselves they have no outside companies that create podcasts main article will see what the big that up with that but there was none you could you could have had kids due this you could have had vocational training you could put a podcast studio in every school in Shelby County for less than what we're spending say that again well done this is a kick back that's what this is this is a kick back this is the only thing different the only thing different from what the from this scheme is that this game is being voted on so court it's above board compared the Tennessee waltz and the kid trying guy who's hosting the MPV podcast is a felon yeah that's great for optics welcome to the Memphis police department show on your felon and host with each with the watch service the only I'm Chris Paul east Yorkers what you got up well and it's not just that it's just that there's no there is no one else they're asking for a podcast in the MPV about the horses I know if there's no demand for that this is turning into a huge nasty joke well the horse is at least get to be talked about well then there's a demand for it if you listen the fell in the felon told you so and I mean okay and by the way I want to make I wanna make this very clear mayor Jim Stricklin signature signed off on your tax dollars hundreds of thousands of dollars going to produce podcasts about horses then the police ride NFL when is the one hosting it I'm your fellow knows the members police department best in blue today we're gonna talk about horses and I'm going to get paid five three five.

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New York City's Parks Department is offering a variety of places to cool down

Gluck Solutions

00:38 sec | 3 years ago

New York City's Parks Department is offering a variety of places to cool down

"Well looking for ways to beat the heat Lisa G. tells us the York city is offering a variety of places to cool off the city's parks department has a list on its website a beach park with spray showers that are free the city's fifty three public pools are also free and a great way to cool off and will be staying open later as our city beaches and the New York Public Library branches are also an excellent indoor alternative health officials say drink plenty of water and while beer might feel refreshing it's not great for hydrating and stay away from caffeine need to beverages the city's longest heat wave lasted twelve days back in August of nineteen fifty three and the last time we had one was back in twenty

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"parks department" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

Vox's The Weeds

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"parks department" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

"Parents here in DC assert means trying to find something in through the Parks Department for example. It's also more difficult for parents. <hes> that have children with a disability <hes> so that was another story that I was hearing just <hes> <hes> in general parents of children disability report feeling fewer options and this extends to summer care as well. I mean that makes a lot of sense right I mean because they have some specialized programs in the school system. <hes> <hes> for for children with special needs but it's even so so I think is at least like moderately unusual in having these publicly Ryan they're not free but cheap at summer camps but they're organized by by the Parks Department <hes> I think they're quite good. I mean people seem to enjoy them but it's not the mission of Arts Department to do educational services and they don't have the requirements and any other stuff that's in the school system for for children with special needs and you can only get two weeks at a time and so then again it's going to this issue that we were talking about before just this patchwork of care you do two weeks here a week at Grandma's and so on right and it's not organized to sort of serve really really fill the gap and this is what I've heard is that D._c.. Hat ran a few sort of experiments with year round schools and it caused a fair amount of money obviously had to pay people to do things. The teachers seemed to have really not liked it <hes> even though the they paid the more they do not crazy people but they felt it. Wasn't you know wasn't worth it. They they started needed the break to de stress and also that the <unk> academic performance gains like newborns zero but they also weren't they weren't spectacular so the I mean the city seems we've decided basically it wasn't worth it. Yeah I mean. I think that that this is something that you see. You just see kind of mixed next results in this literature <hes> but I mean. I think that we don't necessarily have to go to that level. You know we don't necessarily have to look at solutions in expanding the K twelve school year <hes> I mean that's certainly one response <hes> but there's already some things in place because also in addition to that if we're just expanding the K twelve school year. Where does that leave younger kids right <hes> so there's a couple of things out there <hes> and I think it's it's just taking into account more? What do we need to do around childcare throughout the school year including the summer months and this also includes before school care after school care Dylan Matthews I hear there is a new season of your podcast future? There absolutely is Matt. That's awesome. What is it about well? It's about all the ways in which philanthropy can be kind of a bad thing. How does that work? I mean how how could it be bad to give money to well for one thing you could give it away too bad causes and we talk a little bit about that. We have episode about a programme in India. That went really really badly awry but it also just gives you a lot of power so we have an episode about someone you decided he wanted to reshape American courts and make them more right wing and he did that with Turkey working and a lot of other interesting experiments along the way we have an Estonian Guy who really wants to stop to robots and it's giving millions of dollars away to do that and we have <hes> Zombie trusts to Zombie trust by the killer robots and you're going to have to listen to the podcast to to find out what's that podcast called. It's called future perfect. And where can we find Japan wherever you get your podcasts. That's awesome.

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President Trump's "Salute to America" puts military on display

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

03:15 min | 3 years ago

President Trump's "Salute to America" puts military on display

"On the steps of the Lincoln Memorial president trump delivered his salute to America's speech that side step politics and focused on the military and his place in American history spike concerns about politicizing the speech the president stuck to the script maybe sees what exact was there and she spoke with come most Tom Hudler so the president has wanted a military parade for a year I didn't really get the parade per se but he certainly got a display probably better in all honesty the idea of tanks rolling down Pennsylvania Avenue along with was disastrous just on an infrastructure level let alone the optics of it that would have really turned a lot of people off this was eight and this was a an enthusiastic celebration of American history and American service and I gotta say being right there at the Lincoln Memorial seeing those those blue angel fly overhead and then with their second pass over it would glorious it was a celebration of the fourth of July and with all the controversy that led up to the president's speech or perhaps because of it the president stayed for the most part on on his scripted remarks it wasn't a partisan speech and for people who will read it and it has a it has a lot of of good American history though as you can imagine the internet having a lot of fun with one moment and then the president went off of prompter where he talked about how our revolutionary forces were able to take the airport obviously there were no airports back in revolution and during the revolutionary war so the internet having a lot of fun with that moment but all in all it was a it was a good celebration the weather wasn't the vast how that affected proceedings doggie it was it was pretty rain soaked but but the White House told me that they were not interested in delays they wanted to to go on as planned and the president took to the stage right after six thirty final the first fight over of the blue angels took place at seven thirty with really military precision everything happened on time and the people in the crowd who had waited for hours in the rain without umbrellas they seem to be it may seem to be happy at the end of it at the conclusion that they that they were seen what they wanted on the fourth of July finally Lana of course this sounds like a one off rather well but other wars controversy regarding ticket distribution and the cost to taxpayers what we know about what happened there we are still waiting to see how much this ended up costing we do know that that there was no budget that was provided to you anybody in the media at least before in this event took place and and there are some people who felt like them and resources to the U. S. military into the national parks department that were being diverted from other programs to help fund and shouldn't have and haven't done so particularly if the if it was going to be a political rally which ultimately it didn't they didn't have that feeling that stands in the end so with the tickets being distributed to wealthy V. I. P. Republican donors in the in the lead up to it it's certainly seemed like something that that we were all had our antenna up about but the content of the speech was fundamentally

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"parks department" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"parks department" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"He's seen it, and he says that it's really tough for the navigation team to actually get into these spots in various, where there's no vehicle access incredibly difficult stuff for them to get in there and remove these because they need heavy duty trucks to build in there and get rid of the waste get rid of the garbage. They have to bring Chipper than to cover this stuff with park and with which it. So what happened is the homeless have found looks and crannies as they had all over the city where they can kind of live for long periods of time unencumbered by field by by law enforcement than evocation team. And the parks. All right. So. So what, what he what he would rather see happen. Then is a phone number that he can call and an actual response. He's claiming that there's not an adequate response from the parks department. Yeah, I think he wants to see the, the process of having to go through the navigation team be taken out of the park's. Like if you, you know that needs to be an emergent an immediate response to situations of people, you know, camping there, you know, and they need to be, they shouldn't have to go through that whole twenty four hour you know, they get the twenty four hour notice, and then they put their stuff somewhere and, you know, he says that, you know, it's basically affecting quality of life in a park, and that it's dangerous. And there's often you know, sexual activity going on there related just lots of different things going on. And so I think he would like to have an immediate response to that now for seventy who deals with Seattle parks and recreation on a weekly basis, there, most of my issues with them usually, has to do with when I call, when there's a problem, and I will tell you who who you call when there's a problem. Twenty-three-year-old Caitlyn answers the phone, and she is quite capable to do many different things for you. However, when there's a bigger problem, you get I am, so sorry. You experienced that give me your phone number. I'll call you back. So if I have somebody standing in front of me who's not listening to reason, seems agitated who, who knows what else could be happening. I don't want Twenty-three-year-old Caitlyn saying, hang on a second. Let me take down your number call you back. So I don't know if the parks department is the right I call to make. Yes. So are you having all these problems because you're jogging through there all the time? Is that why you're having all these things, it's like a billing thing is wrong, or a reservation isn't right? Or all these other things that go through Seattle's park parks and rec. So I don't necessarily know if that's the first line of defense that you want in this situation to take them out into then put it on a Seattle PD's first person that you're calling that might be a better option for what he's looking for anyway, you want somebody else to come in. And I think he's looking for just help options other than just a number two. Call. Carolina. Sorry. Thanks so much for you. Has anything to say about that sentence. Tex at nine eight nine seven three Tracy Taylor taking a look the drive right now. It's going on Seattle DOT says the left eastbound.

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"parks department" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"parks department" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Yeah. Probably a good idea. But nobody ever gets fired for smoking or doing any of the other things you're not supposed to do. So I don't know who's gonna find them there security guards walk around. I think all they'd have to do is just ask people not to do that. How about jail jail is probably a little bit harsh like, I don't like rats. But I don't know that we need to imprison people. I don't think they should be fine. Maybe they should be told to limit the amount of be they give the scores, but finding someone feeding I don't think there's a lot of feeding of, you know, the squirrels like girls are happy or the parks department is proposing a fifty dollar fine. And they say in severe cases, perhaps the night in jail. Now, what would be severe case you bring it a killer and set up a little table. I mean what? Yeah. Your your backup a dump truck and dump a bunch of squirrel food on the floor. I don't know. But you know, the real problem is there's a shake shack right there in the middle of the park. Oh, yeah. Around and. Yeah. And people just kind of throw their stuff all over the place. So it might not be so much people feeding but just taking care of their garbage and just not throwing it away properly. And by the way, Madison Square park is one of the few parks in the city that actually have signs up saying, please don't feed the animals. So I you know, they can say there's a fine they can threaten to arrest people. But people doubt that they're going to have the manpower to back it up like so many other stories we Daryl. Hey, Alison, Madison Square park where they invented baseball. No, no, no. It's an Hobo cat. And that's where baseball was exactly Elision fields. Right. That's right. Natalie said now, they said there was this on their website, Madison Square parks website. They said they invented baseball. But I agree with you. Alison, was definitely Hoboken. Well, let's get to the bottom of song. News. Why would they be wrong? Well, Michael, I don't know. I don't know. Why fake news even exists? But that's a prime example right there. Baseball was not invented Madison Square park. No way. Not that. This is the parks. Clown ground like way back when Fisher website. The parks department says it is. Yeah. Well, we we got this issue. Settled Alice we go feed the birds move onto the next one go.

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"parks department" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"parks department" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The city parks department has sixty eight drop locations, and shipping sites and select parks and gardens were New Yorkers can leave their Christmas trees through January thirteenth when they'll be put through the Chipper and recycled into mulch the benefits organizers tout, reducing waste and maintaining the health of trees, and plants citywide dates have been extended this year to be inclusive of all holidays celebrated in the city. I'm Jennifer Sony for seven ten W O R W O R news time eleven. Oh, three sports and your Weather Channel forecast up next. The you have three ex wives and your current trophy wife wants a life insurance policy three times the size of the policies you had to purchase for your previous mistakes. If so you need to call big Lou and term provider, eight hundred five hundred five twenty eighty five big Lewis intimately familiar with your problems. And if you're fifty or sixty years old and in reasonably good health, a one million dollar policy should only cost about one hundred to two hundred dollars per month. Big Lou may have a solution for your previous policies as well. You may even save enough money to lighten the load on your new one million dollars policy. Remember, call big Lou he's like you except he's only on number two. Call term provider at eight hundred five five five twenty eighty five. That's eight hundred five five five twenty eighty five for a million dollars in term life insurance that you can live with call big Lou at eight hundred five. Five five twenty eighty five. Wwl. Our news time eleven oh. Four checking your W, O, R sports. Seventy Sixers beat the Mavericks one zero six one hundred that's at Chicago today on the ice. Islanders over St Louis. Four three ranger skating at Arizona today. The devils at Vegas in college hoops, Rutgers lose seventy seven sixty three to Maryland Saint John's ninety seven ninety four over Georgetown..

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Shark tooth found in leg of boy attacked off New York's Fire Island

All Things Considered

01:41 min | 4 years ago

Shark tooth found in leg of boy attacked off New York's Fire Island

"Beaches and parks he says the second hand smoke isn't good for the beachgoers or. The beach while many of us may look out and see white sand and surf others regrettably see the the jersey shore is, a roughly one hundred and thirty mile long ashtray Murphy said volunteers last year picked up twenty nine thousand cigarette butts off New Jersey beaches the Bill does allow municipalities to open. Fifteen percent of their beaches to smokers and it doesn't include parking lots the fine for violation started. Two hundred fifty dollars for a first offence a former inmate is suing. New York state's department of corrections for withholding his insulin while he. Was incarcerated at the Otis Ville correctional facility an attorney for Monroe says her client, is Muslim, and was. Fasting during Ramadan In two thousand fifteen and asked that his. Insulin be provided after sundown after several days during which. His request was mad attorney Niemira Azmi says guards began to withhold clients dosage You have to take your influence, regularly and you know he started experiencing medical issues tremors shakes chills she says Monroe's right to freely practice his religion was violated a spokesman for the State Department of corrections says the, agency doesn't comment on pending, litigation Officials say at least one, of the two children bitten in the waters off of New York's fire island was attacked by a shark the State Department of environmental conservation was able to confirm that a tooth fragment pulled from. A thirteen year old, boys leg was from a shark though they. Couldn't tell what species a twelve year old. Girl was also bitten a few minutes earlier at sailors haven. Beach, official time and able to confirm whether that attack. Was also from shark both children were, bitten Wednesday prompting officials to temporarily closed the. Beaches they're both. Expected to make a full recovery the. State parks department is extending.

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