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"patrick downey" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

05:36 min | 3 months ago

"patrick downey" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"Hey judd kip post. A million bazillion million brazilian is a podcast for kids and families. That helps dollars make more sense in each episode. We tackle the tricky questions that your kids have about money like how it made. Is our factory somewhere that makes it. Or what determines the price of visa and we're back with all new episodes. That's more answers to the questions. Your kids wanna know thoughtful ones. The silly ones and the really hard. To answer one's million. Zillion listen wherever you get your podcast later this morning. The department of labor will release the jolts report that's job openings and labor turnover survey it looks at how much turnover there is in the workforce including in schools as district's ramp up hiring for the new school year many are also struggling to retain current employees not only teachers but cafeteria. Workers and bus drivers marketplace's amanda peach her reports the spread of the delta variant is making it even harder for schools to keep up with staffing in normal times. When patrick downey needed to hire a cook or a cashier he put up an ad and then take down once he found someone right now. I just leave my adds up. They just don't come down. Downey's company all seasons foods is a school meals provider in florida. Downey already pays above minimum wage. But he wants to add health insurance benefits to help retain and attract new employees. And it's going to be sculpted no question about it. It's difficult to for school districts across the country some are offering new school bus drivers up to two thousand dollars in hiring bonuses henry county schools in georgia will give staffers a thousand bucks if they get a covert nineteen vaccine but some districts can't require masks in schools because of state bans on mandates. That's the case in oklahoma where victor gonzalez teaches english language learners. I mean some people won't go into education because it's not say he says even though he's vaccinated and it's not required hill mascot in the classroom until the delta variant calms down. I'm amanda pitcher for marketplace the cove in nineteen pandemic and the racial justice reckoning have changed how some philanthropists and foundations go about their business. Now many are focused on being nimble attaching fewer strings to funding and equity reporter. Tom bonzi of the northwest news network. Explains how this is playing out at one. Seattle based nonprofit the pot latch fund is nearly twenty years old and focuses on native american wellbeing in the pacific northwest before the pandemic it had established grant programs for native arts language preservation and community building when covert took hold it pivoted clara hill scott directs the pot latch fund initially are funds were rapid response funds to keep artists tribes and culture keepers afloat during the pandemic they fund gets its money mainly from private foundations and tech industry donors. It isn't going back to its old ways with reopening and recovery underway. Now have since come to plays beyond response and looking at more long term support for our native communities. Scott says she admires the recent example. Set by billionaire. Philanthropist mackenzie scott also seattle who minimize us paperwork and trust graentiz to spend wisely pot. Latch used that model in june. When the nonprofit put one million dollars on offer to be distributed in ten to fifteen thousand dollar chunks. The idea was to help as many people as possible as quickly as possible. Scott says it took just three weeks for more than a million dollars requests to come in. Wow this is gonna go out the door quickly. And obviously there's a huge need the majority of the grant. Applications came from individual native artists. They included bead worker. Robin peba she of top finish washington. She wants to expand in the podcasting realm. I know there are so many other similar stories out there with our indigenous beaters in our community of how important indigenous art is not just because it looks pretty or you know it represents where reform in all this other stuff but sometimes it's the only thing that can get a score a really tough time. Peba she says this is the first time she applied for any grant having been daunted by the application requirements before in olympia washington. I'm tom bonzi for marketplace and in washington dc. I'm kimberly adams with the marketplace morning. Report from apm american public media. I am hollywood hosts of marketplace tech a show that helps you understand the digital economy. How a more of the country get access to better internet. What new jobs will artificial intelligence create or destroy and what tools will help us. Survive are already changing climate. We tell the stories behind the technology in our lives and every weekday. Our podcast brings you insight. You won't hear on the radio checkout marketplace tech. Wherever you get your podcasts..

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"patrick downey" Discussed on The NBA Show

The NBA Show

01:45 min | 5 months ago

"patrick downey" Discussed on The NBA Show

"I'll get them. I hate this so much sports wrong. I think sons and six. Mike lewis said. Get out of here on. i'll go. i'll go sons in five a nice nice little gentleman sweep here. I don't know. I don't have much faith in the box after this one. Which game do they get. Is it the true gentleman. Sweep where you get the three the three. Oh suns lead and they squeak when you think they can win before that i think so. Yeah they're young you know. Maybe they'll be like sewing. There are feeling their oats worth. What are we doing without these days. Hopefully nothing out of this. Just do it in the comfort of your home. Whatever you do yes with your oats but yeah no i could see them just like losing focus for a little bit and let one slip at and then chris paul will come back and we'll say chris paul's got this. He's the one that rallied them to the finish and there will be many a feature stories written about that all right. That's it for us unless wise you wanna talk about the sideline reporting tonight. Did you like what you saw there. I thought it was fantastic. Everybody was professional. Everybody had great information. Everybody was just salad. Yup vantage house it up all right. We'll be back next week. I believe around wednesday next week for whatever game that is. I think it's four so we'll see then For sasha atoll on production sasha at all on production patrick madani second move down. Patrick downey on the green room to shepherding us through for laws for rob. I am just in the.

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"patrick downey" Discussed on The Lead

The Lead

05:19 min | 6 months ago

"patrick downey" Discussed on The Lead

"All right well joe. Thornton like many men in canada apparently grew up loving the tragically hip and josh wrote about. How thornton learned at a pre early age that his love for the band and for gord downie in particular was actually reciprocated. Can you tell us the story of how often found that out. So it's joe's draft and he's obviously a little bit kind of overwhelmed by the whole experience the star being the first overall pick and he sits down to do an interview with the boston bruins film crew. And the interviewer took i guess. Kind of lighten him up starts asking them questions about himself. You know what kind of music he likes. And he says the tragically hip and the interviewer kind of smiles and says we like that bannon and points to the person holding the boom mic. And it's patrick. Downey gourds brother he says. That's that's that's gourds brother right there. And patrick and gaurd were such huge bruins fans and that was kind of the start of the relationship between you know joe and the downy family so joe thornton is now this young hockey star living in boston. He's being heavily scrutinized by fans and by the media. How does the relationship with gordon downey developed from there. Well yeah he got drafted into a bruins team. That at the time we're very skilled short. Joe had a much more relaxed persona and he had difficulty. Kind of settling into the bruins at the time. You'd like to promote fighting in the game of hockey. But i'll tell you. A lot of people. Think joe thought and that's what he needs a good fight early and i think as through the first few years of joe's career gord looked to joe and said this is a player that i love the way that he moves the puck. I love that. He uses his vision. I love that he's smart player. Shatin crap shoot it up. But i think gordon would read. Resonated with him was that he was a player that is on way much in the same way that gore did things his own way onstage as well so they kind of got to know each other and then they would just kind of keep in touch. They would keep in touch as well through patrick and just eventually as they kind of get older. They go through a lot of the same things in their lives. Right they start to have kids around the same time and they start going to kind of friends bachelor parties and they just kept in touch and just as you mentioned you actually talk to joe thornton about his relationship with gord downie. What did he tell you Joe said something really interesting to me. He he likened his relationship to gored with the movie avatar. The movie avatar. You know the one character kind of plugs into the the horse or whatever the flying animal was and he just kind of just like new who you are as soon as you you know hogged and it was just like an instant connection and it's hard to not wanna sound corny weirder. Hang but it was. I think he's got a lot of people just As soon as you met the guy who gives playing the guy. Joe may be difficult to connect with people. Because you know he was cast aside in boston and then he goes to play in san jose. And maybe doesn't get talked about necessarily as much and you know sometimes when you you speak it can be difficult for them to really engage in terms of their personal lives but there was just this connection because they were both very light hearted people and they saw each other artists an artist that just wanted to keep pushing and striving to get better at what they did for granted i think that the huge similarity do itches. Passion that we have her of arts. You know. I call them. Aren't you know thinking. And what are that way. And they connected as well just over the language that they use. Joe told me once that he was talking about their concert that they were playing and he said gaurd look. It's safe is dead. You know what i mean. And as he tells it gord kind of stopped and said what i what does that mean nothing to do with safe you know say cut now and it was just like what i remember getting text from like just like you know took artists. Here's something that's like. No more honoring the average joe. This was just this. This was the way he approached the game of hockey y fro the puck along the boards and make the safe been play. When you can hold onto the puck. Wait and make a behind the back pass and the phrase meant so much to gord.

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"patrick downey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"patrick downey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Welcome to the show. It is Friday and tomorrow. October, 17th. Is the third anniversary of Gore. Downey's death Go downy, frontman of the tragically hip Canadian icon he died of brain cancer in 2017. And if three years seems unbelievable, it might be because the world hasn't really stopped talking about gored as an artist and as an activist. He's still so present in so many ways. His solo album, introduce yourself that came out right after he died his Secret Path project, his work for truth and reconciliation with indigenous people in this country. And somehow years after he left us, he's still giving us new music. Goard's final recordings are out today. It's a double album called Away Is Mine. Ford had this lifelong collaboration with the musician Josh Finn, listen from the band, The Sky Diggers. This album is their final project together. Let's hear a little bit from it. Nice to hear his voice again. That is hotel worth from Gordon ese. Brand new album Away is mine. You're about to hear from two of the people closest to him. Gorge collaborator and co writer on the album, The After mention, Josh, listen. And one of Gordon's brothers, Patrick Downey. Tom, How are you? I'm not too bad I was I.

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"patrick downey" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

11:48 min | 1 year ago

"patrick downey" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And you know who both of those political figures on both sides of the aisle you know what they recommended for this it began to be led by with the vice president I'd say no not in particular Mike pence obviously because this is going back that was the recommendation why because this is someone from the executive branch that can lead and make things happen that doesn't mean it's certainly by president pence is an epidemiologist and is studying this thing going to be the one treating people you're not this is the person who can lead and bring the resources to bear so that we're doing the best we can and in this particular case he's also appointed ambassador Dr Berg give them the I. R. acts the doctor who led on HIV as studies and treatment and if the gas is that he ambassador and MD that serves on our national security council so we can address things like this in bioterrorism lastly I bred when strip this isn't war this is not inflation this is a virus which in two or three months will pass because it always passes in spring and summer we may look back on this as a learning experience so you in the Congress I know Nancy Pelosi has the gavel but at some point there has to be actual beefing up of our supply chain understanding that we can't be trading with a nation that that kills ten million dogs and four million cats every year and festivals in near it in order to to to cook them with blow torches that's not a society that we can deal with a lot and the idea that they engage in that behavior doesn't mean that we should deal with them at all all but I think we have the first administration a long time that says America first and that those states with the most illegal immigration are the states with the most infections of all kinds of diseases which are reported over the last several years but not well covered by the media because you don't want to have a scare in taxes and other areas in which large numbers of people are ill but this cries out for the fact that we have to know who's coming into our country who's not coming into our country why they're here and why most of our pharmaceuticals are made in communist right China who harvest the organs of living inmates to sell that's not the kind of society that we want to rely upon for our health now that the their priorities that this administration is bring to the forefront to and that may be a silver lining to this particular problem is that we are much smarter in the future and after decades of doing things in just the opposite direction thinking that we could just by our adversaries into friendship it is not possible and and and it's a risk to our country and we're going to be addressing that I think the whole heartedly because this administration get the brand when Sir thank you very much and good luck dealing with the Democrats they're not specially Nancy Pelosi good luck with that thanks well yeah but god bless America let's continue with more he's voting and what I'm saying is we ought to come together as a people and put politics to the side and forget about the politics how do we make American people more healthy right now about seventy five percent of our former pharmaceuticals are made directly or indirectly in communist Russia China is that a good policy to have bring home the jobs and know who's in the country and how they got here as far as the woman in California that's in serious condition and she had not been to China she was with no one directly from China how about the person two or three removed maybe there were three or four people removed from her who passed on the virus to others who passed on to someone else who passed it on to her and it's hard to track that tree all the way back the fact of matter is according this Harvard expert last night up to seventy percent of those exposed to the corona virus will not have any symptoms they will not become ill so she could have three or four persons removed and she was the one that had a maybe a compromised immune system or something the character that allowed her to get the symptoms for some reason your spouse your husband you and your wife could be exposed to the same thing one gets the flu and one doesn't get the flu but let's not panic when it's time to panic I'll let you know when I get the call from homeland security for the great American to report to the transmitter since I am the designated survivor I can't let you know but I will be on the air then you'll know let's continue your comments of any five one three seven four nine seven thousand pounds seven hundred the new eighteen T. what happened this morning in probate court what happened this morning what to my Denard we have more coming up in about thirty five minutes with Brian tribe until then your comments there was a tweet put out by to my Denard attorney that she's staying in power for your comments bill Cunningham newsradio seven hundred W. out of seven hundred WLW the first person to die of the corona virus in the U. S. sign that re seven hundred WLW dot com president trump offering condolences after a Washington state woman became the first patient in the U. S. to die from the coronavirus president confirming that death of the woman in her late fifties at a news conference this afternoon where he assured Americans the administration is working around the clock to keep citizens safe president says twenty two patients have been treated so far in additional cases are likely king county health officials in Washington state said to provide more details later this afternoon there are more than sixty confirmed cases according to the CDC twenty two of them cases that occurred here in the U. S. the rest Americans who returned from the cruise ship in Japan and tested positive today vice president Mike pence heading the response on the coronavirus as nineteen patients are in intensive care but says overall Americans remain at low risk he also announced a new travel warnings for Americans urging Americans to not travel to the areas in Italy and the areas in South Korea the most affected by the corona virus there are more than twenty eight hundred deaths in China where the outbreak began Michelle Franzen ABC news today is the primary in South Carolina Bernie Sanders leading the pack of democratic presidential contenders in two big states a couple of polls from CNN show the Vermont senator with major leads in both California and Texas ahead of super Tuesday secretary of state Mike Pompeii calling today's signing of an agreement with the Taliban the best opportunity for peace in Afghanistan deal signed in the capital of Qatar aimed at bringing America's longest war to a close under the agreement the US will begin withdrawing thousands of troops in exchange for Taliban assurances that it will not allow Afghanistan to be a launching pad for terrorist attacks U. S. forces will have about a year to leave the country remember for more news anytime on demand at seven hundred WLW dot com I met res news radio seven hundred WLW I heart radio online on your smart phone iPad and tablet seven hundred W. L. W. dot com not really counting have great to have you with me this afternoon about thirty minutes Brian drive will be here one of the attorneys involved in the efforts of the taxpayers to hold the mind and are accountable for her behavior and of course that's going to be kicked down the road as an attorney I believe everyone is entitled to due process to follow the law whatever that might be I love lawyers a level we do so when she showed up this morning in front of judge Winkler and kind of said she needed some representation or representative did that means you have to give her due processors an OB skewer statute that says a father of five citizens are very municipality believe her have reason to believe that their their elected council member has received compensation firm Fishel duties over and above the statutory amount that those five citizens can file a petition in probate court and then within ten days of that date there's the city solicitor in this case Apollo mu thing Boggs has the ability to say yea or nay as to whether or not to go to the next step which is the removal of to my Denard from office Paula mu thing Boggs is a creature of city council she serves at the pleasure of Patrick Downey who you know who the course is the is the city manager trainee and he's got to decide whether or not to do this or not and it takes five votes on council to move any legislation if the mayor vetoes to take six votes so I would imagine this weekend I know it's happened the last three or four days the council members are together about how to handle this do we tell Paula you thing Boggs the city solicitor yes go get him British start the preceding get her out of office or not R. C. as an attorney what I would say she must be given due process rights whatever those may happen a bait and not not means by statute the city solicitor has ten days to say yea or nay on whether to begin the process were obviously she's going to be removed from office politics play a large part of this also out there of course is the US attorney with a multi count federal indictment carries up to fifty years in prison in my view despite the protestations of her criminal defense counsel she's not going to willingly step aside and not pay yourself sixty five thousand dollars a year because she has no other source of income she's broke in fact this morning I'm told that the eviction hearing from the Baldwin building that's some partial payment was made that the landlord accepted which means that eviction is is end and that she can stay there a bit longer wherever she stank she can stay there and and continue so the two things today where the eviction what that was dismissed and the other thing was kind of like a scheduling conference judge Winkler has a much better things to do in pretty big probate court than this but easily agitated determined by the legislature to proceed and so it kicked over until March ninth to say okay that's kind of at the end of the ten days what we do and a little birdie whispered in my ear that is unlikely the city solicitor is going to proceed against a city council member because that would be following the law the law says that if this petition is filed the city solicitor has the discretion whether to begin the process of removing her from city council and that would be unpopular with the other four gang of five that would not be popular one of whom Greg landsman unwittingly I think loaned her a thousand dollars I assume in cash on wittingly because I don't blame Greg landsman I know some may say he's got some corrupt intent I do not believe that I never met Greg landsman I listened to him quite a bit was flown out Adam on once or twice and have some friend who's in trouble would like to a loan of five hundred dollars and you have the ability to easily give it to him or her I know I would do it and I have done it I'll keep doing it and and and then the second time I need more money well I might ask a few more questions what's going on and to my Denard told Greg landsman well my mom's been second etcetera but the other thing happening is that the engine at levy and has done an open repair our records request she has missed all kinds of meetings the past year.

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"patrick downey" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

12:19 min | 1 year ago

"patrick downey" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Of the attorneys involved in the effort so they have the taxpayers to hold the mind and are accountable for her behavior and of course that's going to be kicked down the road as an attorney I believe everyone is entitled to due process to follow the law whatever that might be I love lawyers a level we do so when she showed up this morning in front of judge Winkler and kind of said she needed some representation or representative did that means you have to give her due processors on ops your statute that says a father of five citizens are very municipality I believe her I have reason to believe that their their elected council member has received compensation for official duties over and above the statutory amount that those five citizens can file a petition in probate court and then within ten days of that date there's the city solicitor in this case a Paula mu thing Boggs has the ability to say yea or nay as to whether or not to go to the next step which is the removal of to my Denard from office Paula mu thing Boggs is a creature of city council she serves at the pleasure of Patrick Downey you know who the course is the is the city manager trainee and he's got to decide whether or not to do this or not and it takes five votes on council to move any legislation if the mayor vetoes to take six votes so I would imagine this weekend I know it's happened the last three or four days the council members are together about how to handle this do we tell Paula you think Boggs the city solicitor yes go get him British start the preceding get her out of office or not R. C. as an attorney what I would say she must be given due process rights whatever those may happen to be and now that means by statute the city solicitor has ten days to say yea or nay on whether to begin the process were obviously she's going to be removed from office politics play a large part of this also out there of course is the US attorney with a multi count federal indictment carries up to fifty years in prison in my view despite the protestations of her criminal defense counsel she's not going to willingly step aside and not pay yourself sixty five thousand dollars a year because she has no other source of income she's broke in fact this morning I'm told that the eviction hearing from the Baldwin building that's some partial payment was made that the landlord accepted which means that eviction is is end and that she can stay there a bit longer wherever she stank she can stay there and and continue so the two things today or the eviction what that was dismissed and the other thing was kind of like a scheduling conference judge Winkler has a much better things to do in probate probate court than this but easily entertained determined by the legislature to proceed and so it kicked over until March ninth to say okay that's kind of at the end of the ten days what we do and a little birdie whispered in my ear that is unlikely the city solicitor is going to proceed against a city council member because that would be following the law the law says that if this petition is filed the city solicitor has the discretion whether to begin the process of removing her from city council and that would be unpopular with the other four gang of five that would not be popular one of whom Greg landsman unwittingly I think loner thousand dollars I assume in cash on wittingly because I don't blame Greg landsman I know some may say he's got some corrupt intent I do not believe that I never met Greg landsman I listened to him quite a bit was flown out Adam on once or twice and have some friend who's in trouble would like to a loan of five hundred dollars and you have the ability to easily give it to him or her I know I would do it and I have done it I'll keep doing it and and and then the second time I need more money well I might ask a few more questions what's going on and to my Denard told Greg landsman well my mom's been second at cetera but the other thing happening is that the engine at levy and has done an open repair our records request she is messed up all kinds of meetings the past year that she should attend she she should be at city council she should be out these committee hearings that she voluntarily agreed to chair that that's our job that's why she's getting paid sixty five thousand dollars and like most members of council that's their only obvious means of support when I asked to do so she said that all become the president pro tem of counsel she also said that I'll be the chairperson for equity and inclusion she also said I'll be the vice chair of major projects major projects and smart government committee also a member of budget and finance so she's on the committees that directly deal with spending in this case hundreds of millions of dollars of taxpayer money there's something like I don't know the exact number about nine or ten thousand city employees including the place in the fire there's several thousand city employees and a budget every year is about five hundred million dollars how someone could elect a person to serve on council as vice chair of major projects and smart government budget and finance is beyond me when she can't manage your own affairs whatsoever not even close I've been told for months as many have been including that's time that she walks around with her hand out you're constantly once free stuff pick up a dinner pick up a lunch she hits our friends up for cash all the time according to the FBI she gets she deposited over twenty thousand dollars in cash and her account outside the fifteen thousand dollars given her by the FBI through Tom Gableman the attorney for the county and a sting operation I still can't get on my out of my mind the idea that the county's attorney is involved as he should have been because of the circumstances in a sting operation wired up to gather corrupt evidence against a city council member who is the vice chair of major projects and smart government without telling county commissioners and without telling Joe deters who appointed him don't tend to me that's incredible I can't get my mind around the idea of a month long sting operation funded by the FBI in which they enlisted the assistance I'm an attorney on behalf of the county commissioners negotiating a multi million dollar deal with the Bengals hill top and a music venue which is currently being built it's being constructed as we speak and so when this is going on in August and September she has her hand out to developers and elsewhere and she's voting the FBI and indirectly and directly the county's attorney new that they were paying her thousands of dollars by implication to vote the way the county and the FBI wanted her to vote yeah I might if they think about that the line's going and then from Tom Gableman perspective we sat there many times and make he goes to his employer frost brown Todd they have ethics committees this is a classic circumstance where the FBI is telling Tom do not tell your clients about what we're doing does it would blow the whole thing blowed up will work with and it would stop the Bengals the hilltop concrete the music venue the whole deal would be stopped and blown up if the knees tree house knew when she signed off on this deal that to her attorney was part of a sting operation to have council members maybe one or others involved in a criminal enterprise I would have to if Joe deters new my friend and yours county prosecutor if he knew he'd have to have some serious questions to ask about what deals going on around here the FBI is using one of my attorneys in order to ensnare corrupt council member in a scheme two calls a music venue to be built causing the Bengals to acquire title to property hill top for ninety nine years and then this dangling out there on the side is tens of millions of dollars that hilltops going to receive for the compensation for their property that is to be determined by a person on the good government committee accepting serious cash from developers and elsewhere and I figured well who's in charge what's happening I also bought then this happened in Cincinnati the Enquirer Sharon Coolidge and others have run the story and I think the Enquirer burl love and others have done tremendous work on this I said this is not common in Cincinnati they got to go back in time defined circumstances whether some corrupt nis going on with the mayor of a city council or somebody they go to the friends of Joe decourcy county auditor Republican Joe decourcy but he didn't receive benefits back he would not on property valuations a friend of Joe and then the evaluators or lower the the cost of property to save friends of Joe decourcy some money you go back to the Jerry Springer certain circumstances but that wasn't while performing his duties at least not in Cincinnati it was a Newport go back to Tom brush like income tax evasion right according to research going back a hundred years there's not been a circumstance yet where a city council member sold his or her office for personal benefit like a real bribe I'm led to believe that one Tom Gableman first he went to his law firm they said you know we'll get get the best ethics minds we can imagine on this one and frost brown Todd said okay this is what you're supposed to do and then the FBI says don't tell your client who are the county commissioners Joe deters and the taxpayers don't tell them because that would blow this thing up we want to see how far it goes the votes are happening August September October November the one she showed up for in which millions and millions of dollars are changing hands left right now otherwise and the FBI and Tom Gableman know that the vote she's casting is corrupt and I'm thinking what how is this possible a little birdie whispered in my ear that other developers Hey I have been very calm mind toward to my Denard and giving her benefits of one type or another financially with the implication that you'll vote the way we want you to vote which is literally millions of dollars and she knows that in federal court and I've tried on I represented some bank robbers on the federal panel in federal court it takes years to bring these cases to fruition so that the next election is in November of twenty one which is what about a year and a half well over a year and a half away.

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"patrick downey" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

12:35 min | 1 year ago

"patrick downey" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"In the efforts of the taxpayers to hold the mind and are accountable for her behavior and of course that's going to be kicked down the road as an attorney I believe everyone is entitled to due process to follow the law whatever that might be I love lawyers a level we do so when she showed up this morning in front of judge Winkler and kind of said she needed some representation or representative did that means you have to give her due processors an ops your statute that says a father of five citizens are very municipality believe her have reason to believe that their their elected council member has received compensation firm Fishel duties over and above the statutory amount that those five citizens can file a petition in probate court and then within ten days of that date there's the city solicitor in this case Apollo mu thing Boggs has the ability to say yea or nay as to whether or not to go to the next step which is the removal of to my Denard from office Paula mu thing Boggs is a creature of city council she serves at the pleasure of Patrick Downey you know who the course is the is the city manager trainee and he's got to decide whether or not to do this or not and it takes five votes on council to move any legislation if the mayor vetoes to take six votes so I would imagine this weekend I know it's happened the last three or four days the council members are together about how to handle this do we tell Paula you think boxes city solicitor yes go get him British start the preceding get her out of office or not R. C. as an attorney what I would say she must be given due process rights whatever those may happen to bake and not not means by statute the city solicitor has ten days to say yea or nay on whether to begin the process were obviously she's going to be removed from office politics play a large part of this also out there of course is the US attorney with a multi count federal indictment carries up to fifty years in prison in my view despite the protestations of her criminal defense counsel she's not going to willingly step aside and not pay yourself sixty five thousand dollars a year because she has no other source of income she's broke in fact this morning I'm told that the eviction hearing from the Baldwin building that's some partial payment was made that the landlord accepted which means that eviction is is end and then she can stay there a bit longer wherever she stank she can stay there and and continue so the two things today where the eviction what that was dismissed and the other thing was kind of like a scheduling conference judge Winkler has a much better things to do in pretty big probate court than this but he's the entity determined by the legislature to proceed and so it kicked over until March ninth to say okay that's kind of at the end of the ten days what we do and a little birdie whispered in my ear that is unlikely the city solicitor is going to proceed against a city council member because that would be following the law the law says that if this petition is filed the city solicitor has the discretion whether to begin the process of removing her from city council and that would be unpopular with the other four gang of five that would not be popular one of whom Greg landsman unwittingly I think loaned her a thousand dollars I assume in cash on wittingly because I don't blame Greg landsman I know somebody said he's got some corrupt intent I do not believe that I never met Greg landsman I listened to him quite a bit was flown out Adam on once or twice and have some friend who's in trouble would like to a loan of five hundred dollars and you have the ability to easily give it to him or her I know I would do it and I have done it I'll keep doing it and and then the second time I need more money well I might ask a few more questions what's going on and to my Denard told Greg landsman well my mom's been second at cetera but the other thing happening is that the engine at levy and has done an open repair our records request she has missed all kinds of meetings the past year that she should attend she she should be at city council she should be out these committee hearings that she voluntarily agreed to chair the that's our job that's why she's getting paid sixty five thousand dollars and like most members of council that's their only obvious means of support when I asked to do so she said that all become the president pro tem of counsel she also said that I'll be the chairperson for equity and inclusion she also said I'll be the vice chair of major projects major projects and smart government committee also a member of budget and finance so she's on the committees that directly deal with spending in this case hundreds of millions of dollars of taxpayer money there's something like I don't know the exact number about nine or ten thousand city employees including the police and the fire there's several thousand city employees and a budget every year is about five hundred million dollars how someone could elect a person to serve on council as vice chair of major projects and smart government budget and finance is beyond me when she can't manage your own affairs whatsoever not even close I've been told for months as many have been including Matt Simon as she walks around with her hand out she constantly wants free stuff pick up a dinner pick up lunch she had her friends up for cash all the time according to the FBI she gets she deposited over twenty thousand dollars in cash and her account outside the fifteen thousand dollars given her by the FBI through Tom Gableman the attorney for the county and a sting operation I still can't get on my out of my mind the idea that the county's attorney is involved as he should have been because of the circumstances in a sting operation wired up to gather corrupt evidence against a city council member who is the vice chair of major projects and smart government without telling county commissioners and without telling Joe deters who appointed him don't tell it to me that's incredible I can't get my mind around the idea of a month long sting operation funded by the FBI in which they enlisted the assistance I'm an attorney on behalf of the county commissioners negotiating a multi million dollar deal with the Bengals hilltop in a music venue which is currently being built it's being constructed as we speak and so when this is going on in August and September yes she has her hand out to developers and elsewhere and she's voting the FBI and indirectly and directly the county's attorney new that they were paying her thousands of dollars by implication to vote the way the county and the FBI wanted her to vote yeah I might if they think about the the lines going and then from Tom Gableman perspective we sat there many times with me he goes to his employer frost brown Todd they have ethics committees this is a classic circumstance where the FBI is telling Tom do not tell your clients about what we're doing does it would blow the whole thing blowed up with and it would stop the Bengals the hilltop concrete the music venue the whole deal would be stopped and blown up if the knees tree house knew when she signed off on this deal her attorney was part of a sting operation to have council members maybe one or others involved in a criminal enterprise I would have to if Joe deters new my friend and yours county prosecutor if he knew he'd have to have some serious questions to ask about what deals going on around here the FBI is using one of my attorneys in order to ensnare bankrupt council member in a scheme two calls a music venue to be belt causing the Bengals to acquire title to property hill top for ninety nine years and then this dangling out there on the side is tens of millions of dollars that hilltops going to receive from the compensation for their property that is to be determined by a person on the good government committee accepting serious cash from developers and elsewhere and I figured well who's in charge what's happening possible then this happened in Cincinnati the Enquirer Sharon Coolidge others have run the story and I think the Enquirer burl loving others have done tremendous work on this I said this is not common in Cincinnati they got to go back in time defined circumstances whether some corrupt nis going on with the mayor of a city council or somebody they go to the friends of Joe decourcy county auditor Republican Joe decourcy but he didn't receive benefits back he would not on property valuations a friend of Joe and then the evaluators were lowered the the the cost of property to save friends of Joe decourcy some money to go back to the Jerry Springer certain circumstances but that wasn't while performing his duties at least not in Cincinnati it was a Newport go back to Tom brush like income tax evasion thank according to research going back a hundred years there's not been a circumstance yet where a city council member sold his or her office for personal benefit like a real bribe I'm led to believe that one Tom Gableman first he went to his law firm they said you know we'll get get the best ethics minds we can imagine on this one and frost brown Todd said okay this is what you're supposed to do and then the FBI says don't tell your client the county commissioners Joe deters and the taxpayers don't tell them because that would blow this thing up we want to see how far it goes the votes are happening August September October November the one she showed up for in which millions and millions of dollars are changing hands left right now otherwise and the FBI and Tom Gableman know that the vote she's casting is corrupt and I'm thinking what how is this possible a little birdie whispered in my ear that other developers Hey I have been very calm mind toward tomorrow Denard in giving her benefits of one type or another financially with the implication that you'll vote the way we want you to vote which is literally millions of dollars and she knows that in federal court and I've tried on I represented some bank robbers on the federal panel in federal court it takes years to bring these cases to fruition so that the next election is in November of twenty one which is what about a year and a half well over a year and a half away my most probably if you don't step down next week she'll still be in office because she is no where else to go choose nothing to do and she's making sixty five thousand dollars a year largely she's not showing up for work anyway.

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"patrick downey" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

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"patrick downey" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

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