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"paul gullikson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"paul gullikson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"But i might have pression is we are very close to the issue uh the the ground floor of our newspaper the press democrat has become the local assistant center where they were fema to onestop shop for everybody who's been a who's lost a home or or lost his car anything that they can come and get a replacement documents and start to begin the process of fema and so the what we're seeing is fema breathe as doing a tremendous effort and trying to reach out to people connec with people and try to answer some questions i think where the where the uh the issue really is going to be is is in the rebuilding in the debris process who's going to do the be rebuilding where's the debris going to go how is that can be handled with insurance claims there's so many questions of people have is there going to be one builder that does entire neighborhood where these build is going to come from i'm i'm i am tree by the idea of using inmates but as you said michael there's concerns about their about pay it it many inmates were credited with helping us a stop this fire certainly at the outset um it would be interesting to have them evolved in the rebuilding that's that's been aware are these builders gonna come from we've already had such a tremendous shortage of labour for housing in our area we haven't been able to keep up which obviously has contributed to our our housing shortage the big part of the haugestad errors worry very heavily a crisis to some degree like the housing crisis before all always the terrible devastation and if you just china's we're talking to paul gullikson as editorial director of the center santa rosa press democrat he's had care cb in santa rosa and jason is also in santa rosa jason join us here on the air i i i got i i grew up air wrote that area i grabbed r r alley off i outlined when i when i grow era the.

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"paul gullikson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"paul gullikson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The starts into the mix here and i appreciate them in fact uh sort of apropos of tom's remarks looking at a comments from a listener named rick who gets right to the question of causes and says you know you're going to have to find out why the spires let let if you intimating this before paul gullikson going to have to find out why they uh spread so quickly if you're going to rebuild have to know how to avoid or or the sense we've put up barriers to what happened previously here's generates i started a facebook group to help blinked people who lost their housing with people who have housing to offer we were so hopeful that we hear from the case in rental owners willing to rent their spaces longterm at have been incredibly disappointed please if you have a vacation rental consider renting to someone longterm and at a rate that is reasonable and let me go to more callers here and get richard on from berkeley richard you're on i yes good morning so i have a or rebuilding effort asked to do where i am training program chris turner who can be involved in construction and there's a emerging out of your tonight you have the use the merchant builder where are used in labour out entire neighbourhoods including house any uh retail space and school and of course one of the labor force are you walk in the future i tell you you've been vega our program hurting our started away yeah thank you for the call although this has been an ongoing controversy above the the lack of a revenue given to prisoners working having women prisoners working and so forth the we've taken it up to some extent but i think the caller and let me go back to you paul gullikson on a comment from listening davis's i'd like to think the both fema and the relevant insurance companies are working 247 a result claims insecure everyone's future but i suspect that's not the case.

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"paul gullikson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"paul gullikson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Santa rosa press democrat let me go right to your calls here enlist began with a caller from santa rosa and join us please welcome hi thank you are my shooter uh and i just want you it after about people who have earned have live who retire and whether or not oregon crude barreled an arm actually i area on the night before i with only three almost four years old our family would evacuate aired arm i live in the framework right there i live now on air and our home with one of who are not on a big hello amit none of rendering armament and now i'm not paying overheard there's probably a better hunger at home earn our remnant prepare you burn down on and i my heart by plan to rebuild along with myanmar and that will get you a very different way i'm looking for hunker net perry low profile on fire chris possible well good luck to you and i'm sorry that you have to go through all this and that you've had this loss amina truly traumatic and that's something else paul gullikson that makes people feel that they don't want to necessarily stay i'm looking at a common here from a listener mike who says i won't be retiring to the north bay why would a developer of an area be this vulnerable will wildfire vote wildland fire i wouldn't live there outside of a reinforced concrete house well i i think the dynamics of this fire can be studied for for some time i think that it was a a perfect storm of of of sit the situation that the combination of the fires the the topography how the hour um so many things contributive this and and i think you know one of the things that the i i don't think has been discussed enough as the those the powerhouse strong the winds were that night i.

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"paul gullikson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"paul gullikson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Going to start tomorrow and that what they need those a waiver from property owns to allow the um uh the government contractors to come in and and and remove the debris and they're gonna start with a hazardous material and then they're going to start scraping down all the way down to the bottom and so the but they need the propertyowners assign a waiver that would allow them to remove all the material and they want to take out the foundations and some don't don't there they feel their foundations are fine it cost fifty thousand dollars or more to build a foundation they want to save that money there are also concerned that it it the leftist when this waiver they have to move uh any liabilities for any accidents have may happened on their property was love concern about that so there's there's a the yesterday was held in the federal building a downtown santa rosa very crowded in a got a little testy and i and i think there's there's going to be a lot of these kind of moments coming up with there's a miscommunication information needs to get out and people want to one a really know what is going to happen in the and they wanna make sure there not to being taken advantage of could i ask oh we want to get our callers in here what the testing this was about well it is up some want to be able to be able to keep their foundations they don't have to pay the money and and and the the the authorities were saying this money was knocked that they were not gonna be charged for this debris removal but lee is going to come out of the insurance policies and um and the and their concern is that they're they're not going to be able to they're going to lose some control over what happens with their properties they may have some some have pools they want saved because they weren't heard some have hard skate than the backyard some just just don't want to waste of foundation were they may be didn't suffer as much extensive damage as others and some of this week experience that we we saw happen upon them lake county after the valley fire as well were kind of reliving the same experience again i guess is paul gullikson he said at a director of the.

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"paul gullikson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"paul gullikson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Smashed cars joe mcconnell for kqed thanks joe his report brought to you by unbound dot org coming up on our program we'll have more about secretary of state rex tillerson's unannounced trip to afghanistan and to iraq and then later this morning on forum more than five thousand residential properties were launched in the northern california wildfires over the last two weeks paul gullikson joins the program in the first half hour to talk about the community's recovery and then you'll hear a discussion of the future of the seventeen billion dollar plan to build water tunnels below the sacramento san joaquin delta and in the tannock clock our our conversation with psychiatrists about the goldwater rule and the science the politics and ethics of evaluating president trump's mental health we'll bring of that foreign program from nine till eleven today here on kqed sunny and hot look for highs from the mid '80s to the mid nineties it's eight oh seven it's morning edition from npr news news i'm rachel martin and i'm steve inskeep president trump's top military adviser acknowledges that he too has questions about the deaths of four americans leisure general joseph dunford spoke to reporters as lawmakers in the public focused on a mission in west africa that went wrong did the mission of us forces change during the operation did our four you should have adequate intelligence equipment and training was or premission assessment of the threat from the area accurate some of the questions in the mind of joe dunford npr's tom bowman was in the room as he spoke what struck you there what was struck me is how many basic questions are unanswered at this point more than two weeks after the incident general done for talks voted the mission change will the mission was to go on a reconnaissance patrol and there were some reports it may be they were actually chasing terrorists a suspected terrorists on motorbikes now look presumably we would have an answer to that question two weeks later i know there's an investigation going on but for had to have this many basic questions unanswered it is surprising well let's pursue some of those questions with retired army brigadier general donald baltic until june he led special operations command africa and like some of the men killed and leisure he was a green beret general good morning good morning thank you let's start with this mission described as a reconnaissance mission to a very remote village on the.

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"paul gullikson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"paul gullikson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And by the listeners of kqed now at six minutes past the hour will take you back to german kanhols does now four more about to ride work today a few new problems of your six city southbound hitting of the milky this was a crash reported before the montague expressway possibly in the right lane and also seventeen northbound at hamilton a report of a crash two cars left lane blocked there too and thirty seven hobby 37 and cinema county westbound at lake village report of the crash on the shoulder slowing traffic back from sears point there was already slow though joe mcconnell for kqed all right thank you joe his report this morning is brought to you by peter a massive anticorruption campaign has smeared many top politicians and executives in brazil coming up we'll look at the federal judge behind this cleanup effort then later this morning will bring you forum beginning of 9 o'clock and in the first half hour more than five thousand residential properties were lost in the northern california wildfires over the last two weeks paul gullikson joins the program to talk about the community's recovery than a nine thirty a discussion of the future of the seventeen billion dollar plan to build water tunnels below the sacramento san joaquin delta animal ten o'clock hour today a conversation with psychiatrists about the goldwater rule and the science politics an ethics of evaluating president trump's mental health michael krasny will be your host for forum today from nine to eleven here on kqed where it 700 six it's morning edition from npr news i'm steve inskeep and i'm rachel martin good morning every tuesday republican senators gathered to share some lunch and talks and policy today they're going to have a visitor president trump will join them for the first time since taking office he's got taxes on his mind and how to get the support he needs from congress for his plan to overhaul the tax code but there are plenty of other issues he's kicked to congress that lawmakers will also want to bring up healthcare immigration iran and pierre season davis as been keeping track of all of it she joined to sound the stadia hi sue go good morning rachel white today is the is the present making the the.

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"paul gullikson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"paul gullikson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The top of the program more than five thousand residential properties were lost in the northern california wildfires during the last couple of weeks many people will have to decide whether to rebuild or go somewhere else the editorial director of the santa rosa president mcgrath hopes the people will snake paul gullikson will join forum to talk about the communities recovery that's right off the top of the show this morning at nine are be prepared now for a clear on hot the day to day with sunny skies and highs as high as the mid nineties far number seven after four of the time no more morning edition for a tuesday from kqed public radio it's morning edition from npr news i'm rachel martin and i'm steve inskeep president trump's top military adviser acknowledges that he too ask questions about the deaths of four americans and leisure general joseph dunford spoke to reporters as lawmakers in the public focused on a mission in west africa that went wrong do the most in of us forces change during the operation did our forces have adequate intelligence equipment and training was or promotion assessment of the threat from the area accurate some of the questions on the mind of joe dunford and bureau's tom bowman was in the room as he spoke tom what struck you there what was struck me as hominid basic questions are unanswered of this point more than two weeks after the incident general done for talks voted the mission change will the mission was to go on a reconnaissance patrol and there are some reports would maybe they were actually chasing terrorists was suspected terrorists on motorbikes now look presumably we would have an answer to that question two weeks later i know is an investigation going on but for hit to have this many basic questions unanswered is surprising while let's pursue some of those questions with retired army brigadier general donald baltic until june he led special operations command africa and like some of the men killed in leisure he was a green beret general good morning good morning thank you let's start with this mission described as a reconnaissance mission to a very remote village on the.

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