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"pflugerville city council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"pflugerville city council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Austin public health's coronavirus responses now been elevated to phase three that means there are confirmed cases but not spread their local transmission Austin chief epidemiologist Jennifer Schultz as a team will be mobilized to conduct what's known as contact tracing that requires them to investigate that individual and determine where the band if they've been in contact with any other individuals two people have been confirmed to have the virus but neither are believed to have contracted it in the Austin area capital metro says its operations will be changing very little amid these local cases of coronavirus the agency says it's adding extra disinfected to hand rails and other areas touch regularly by passengers all buses trains and facilities are also undergoing CDC recommended cleaning procedures the cedar Park City council has address the growing issue of coronavirus that discussion was added to the agenda at the last minute mayor Corbin van Arsdale says governor Greg Abbott is called for steady income leadership from local governments they don't want to have this over panicked over fearing thing going on at the same time they want to enhance safety because he made it crystal clear this is going to require a lot of effort to keep from spiking he says Williams a county judge bill Gravelle begin conducting daily conference calls to increase coordination and the Pflugerville city council is calling a special meeting this afternoon to discuss coronavirus city services and preparedness social distancing and necessary precautions related to that illness will all be brought to the table that meeting will kick off at five PM Pflugerville is also in close contact with Austin public health and Travis county emergency services district to still plenty of spring warmth out there today let's get you look at your.

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Austin, Texas responds to coronavirus with safety measures

Rush Limbaugh

01:31 min | 1 year ago

Austin, Texas responds to coronavirus with safety measures

"Health's coronavirus responses now been elevated to phase three that means there are confirmed cases but not spread their local transmission Austin chief epidemiologist Jennifer Schultz as a team will be mobilized to conduct what's known as contact tracing that requires them to investigate that individual and determine where the band if they've been in contact with any other individuals two people have been confirmed to have the virus but neither are believed to have contracted it in the Austin area capital metro says its operations will be changing very little amid these local cases of coronavirus the agency says it's adding extra disinfected to hand rails and other areas touch regularly by passengers all buses trains and facilities are also undergoing CDC recommended cleaning procedures the cedar Park City council has address the growing issue of coronavirus that discussion was added to the agenda at the last minute mayor Corbin van Arsdale says governor Greg Abbott is called for steady income leadership from local governments they don't want to have this over panicked over fearing thing going on at the same time they want to enhance safety because he made it crystal clear this is going to require a lot of effort to keep from spiking he says Williams a county judge bill Gravelle begin conducting daily conference calls to increase coordination and the Pflugerville city council is calling a special meeting this afternoon to discuss coronavirus city services and preparedness social distancing and necessary precautions related to that illness will all be brought to the table that meeting will kick off at five PM Pflugerville is also in close contact with Austin public health and Travis county emergency services district

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"pflugerville city council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

10:10 min | 1 year ago

"pflugerville city council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Have a little rain for the morning otherwise it will be mostly cloudy throughout the day today with a high of sixty three from the weather center hi Kevin Snyder this is six in this news is brought to you by the online trading academy topping Austin's news very similar to the failed code next effort the Austin city councils new propose land code overhaul is facing immense push back with two thirds of speakers this week at city hall voicing strong opposition among those critiquing the LDC is local lawyer Fred Lewis he says the city is open they can get the market to produce affordable housing but he believes the only way to do that is by taking it off the market or down zoning areas however in east Austin when you cut through it all with their transition zones or whatever you zone the vast majority of it you've given more entitlements there will be three units instead of one and the whole purpose is that is redevelopment the LDC talks will continue later this afternoon John Cooley newsradio kale BJ at Texas land commissioner George P. bush the list of those calling for reinstatement of Boston's camping ban bush says someone broke into his truck this week you're homeless camp in downtown Austin he says those camps pose a serious safety concern to the entire community meantime around rock business is pulling out of a downtown Austin farmers market because of the homeless issue Round Rock honey owner Conrad to far tells fox seven he decided to part ways with the farmers market Republic square with the homeless crisis began probably causing problems for a staff really pushes over the ages one my employees was grabbed by homes and it was a female employee and she was terrified absolutely terrified and he says since the decision he's reached out to the Austin city council to no avail a driver for the delivery service called favor is accused of pulling a gun on a team police say Thomas gray got aggravated with the team because the team was asking about is where about several times longer gray arrive the affidavit says he flashed and cocked the gun and ask the teen how he'd like it if someone rushed him ray is now charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon Travis county is planning to cut down on the number of jail beds in del valley by nearly two hundred and also shutting down three buildings that have been used for more than a year share Sally Hernandez's bookings are down twenty two percent since twenty fifteen thanks to new diversion programs this successful diversion efforts through collaboration and partnership with our stake holders on the sheriff's office says it plans to use the extra buildings for storage and later demolished those buildings the average daily population is around twenty two hundred inmates but the jail complex does have room for nearly thirty two hundred the downtown Austin municipal court building continues to deteriorate officials this week tell KXAN a six ceiling tiles buckled and fell over the weekend and even other not believed to contain any asbestosis contractor has been called the clean up process them the court will be moving to a new location of Burlison road next month Georgetown state senator Charles shortener wants to study the idea of giving customers of city owned electric utilities access to other providers he says ninety percent of Texas electric customers have had that choice for thirty years ten percent those three or four million people is there an option looking forward over the next ten twenty thirty years to have the ability to search for for competition and the best prices that remaining ten percent make up about fifteen percent of Texas overall geography a cedar park retirement home is looking for answers after weekly church services were canceled on the property Jeanne Hankel as lived at the ranch at cedar park for fourteen years tells gave you the services are very important to a lot of people there I fell apart my heart broke she says they were told that the movie theater that they were using for services will now only be used for movies that they could get a friend or family member to drive them elsewhere but he says that's not feasible for most of them who live there the owner capstone real estate services has not yet responded for comment and the Pflugerville city council scales back the scope of the transportation bond proposal that'll be on the ballot may overall the city's looking and asking voters to borrow a hundred eighty million dollars with nearly a hundred two million going toward those infrastructure upgrades with this week counsel reduce that transportation portion by five million dollars councils also decided to postpone talks about a parks bond package for voters in November and I Patrick Osborne you get Austin news on demand at newsradio kale B. J. dot com hi this is don and you're listening to the best of don and don right now now we're gonna be live at five thirty so you don't go anywhere and will be on all the way till ten thanks for tuning in you're listening to the best of Todd and don on newsradio kale BJ survey out this morning it has to do with bicycles it's a city survey of homeowners on shoal creek Boulevard okay which is become you know the thunder dome for bicycles absolutely yeah seventy percent are opposed to the new bike lanes seventy percent seventy of the people that live on shoal creek don't want that massive of a bike line and they should have a massive say so the city of Austin and of new lines anyway and Laura der filled with the transportation Barbatos cave you they made the decision for the greater good of everyone for the greater good horse people live on the street are important constituency in that conversation but as well this is a community street a public street that we all rely on but some homeowners are now furious because all on street parking is been removed along that two mile stretch one man says he's ready to sell this house over this I would no no I well I wouldn't blame him at all that's what the city wants that is exactly what the city wants it's part of our land use re writes when he moves out the next pope family will have to have a four plex in its place rock it yeah and you know parking imagine that you you're a homeowner on shoal creek lot of those people that live on shoal creek you've lived there for years so they can drive away so this is on the drive wise but street part what about thanksgiving what about Christmas what about the birthday party whatever what were you have to have people that don't need to have a place to park on the street you should be able to do that yeah these people that live there for years and years and years that's an old their old neighborhoods along shoal creek is a long street but all kinds of it you know demographics and and and living situations and structures but but a lot of those folks who live there for years I was over there that our rate I was over there yesterday what donated blood it we are blood yesterday and kind of draw by and back home and I'll be honest with you there's no way in hell and ride a bicycle in that area no just no way no no I I I make and I ride a bike I know I'm a moan about by brings all the time but I ride a bike all the time but I stay off the big streets thank you ed dot I wouldn't either I I do you're you're taking your life in your own hands and plus it's the bike lanes have make things more dangerous for drivers because they are dangerous for bicycle bicycles to both bicyclists and drivers that made the situation more dangerous you idiots yeah all day as you on this story out of Maynard ten teams they face charges after a head on collision with the maitre cop car it all began major police officers this officer is recovering at home after a group of teenagers hit his patrol car and the teams are facing drug possessions and charges and miners and possession of alcohol this happened at four forty in the morning on Sunday where the hell are their parents well made a police got a call from a woman saying that she believes someone was trying to break into her home cops get there and they end up finding a a group of teenagers in a car and they all range in age from thirteen to fifteen thirteen to fifteen Sunday morning at four forty hours driving a car that I'm supposed to be driving they worn out for a Bible study at all here's more on the story just before five AM on Sunday police got a call from a woman near Mainer saying someone was trying to break into her home toward the statue she retreated into back hallway with a butcher knife major police chief Ryan Phipps's one of their officers in Travis county both responded when police arrived a group of ten teenagers piled into a car and drove off chief says the car driven by an unlicensed teenager with nine others inside swerved around one police car but hit a Mainer patrol unit head on he was injured and he went to the hospital didn't quite knows are just some things and Roosevelt was vomiting on scene didn't didn't know if we had some internal injuries the crash woke up neighbors one who didn't want to go on camera told CBS Austin their home security video caught the moment of impact which later showed officer pull out his hand gun on the group of teens this situation could have gone any which direction likely the kids were compliant and and follow the officer's instructions she fixes the teens could be charged with possession of drug paraphernalia or minor in possession of alcohol is four forty in the morning in my opinion the is this the range of the kids in the car were thirteen and to fifteen years old they they should have been out of that that time in the morning I have a feeling we need to knock out some parents doors for sure bring the parents into this for sure yeah it's Laurie there from K. ice Jordan Baki last night on K. I could not I just been really bad this could have been deadly what for the officer but we've had stories I don't know what the policy is in the main PD about firing a weapon into a car that's coming at you we've had incidents like that involving Austin police cars trying to run you run over an officer the officer pulls his gun and shoots a few rounds into the vehicle to stop it that car can be a deadly weapon and and there are some out there that believe that this could turn very deadly very quickly if that officer pulled his gun to stop that vehicle that was coming down on him if I was out of four forty five in the morning on a Sunday morning my parents would have had an all points bulletin they would have had every cop in Austin looking for me thinking I was missing the deadbeat parents in this story had no idea their kids were even out you're listening to the best of Todd and don on newsradio kale BJ you're listening to the best of the tide of don show we're live at five thirty on news radio K. L. B. J. a little rain for the morning otherwise it will be mostly cloudy for the day today with a high sixty three then tonight becoming mostly clear with a low of forty one.

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"pflugerville city council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"pflugerville city council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"The impeachment trial resumes Lisa Brady it's the senators turn to play a more active role though they still can't talk questions will be in writing and read by Chief Justice John Roberts oxygen helper is live on Capitol Hill this next phase of the impeachment trial questions from senators will begin with another unanswered question looming will this trial include new subpoenas for witness testimony I know where I am but I don't know where any of the senators stand Utah Republican Mitt Romney favors testimony from witnesses requested by both sides but it would require support from at least three other Republicans joining every Democrat the force new testimony about on that question is expected before the end of this week Lisa thanks Sharon at the White House with president trump calls a momentous historic and joyous occasion today we're finally ending the nafta nightmare and signing into law the brand new U. S. Mexico Canada agreement very special very very special deal one strong bipartisan support in Congress the house approving it just a day after voting to impeach the president last month the agreement still needs to be ratified by Canada's lawmakers they made it out of Wuhan China two hundred one Americans evacuated from where the new corona virus outbreak started on a flight chartered by the US government to a military base in California they're being screened again and then quarantine for now airlines are canceling commercial flights in and out of China British Airways has suspended its flights United and American have slash their flights and airline simply not wanting to fly there both because of health conditions and also because demand people are not flying there now sponsors Steve Harrigan the virus has now killed over one hundred thirty people in China sickening more than six thousand Erica is listening to boxing is youth radio kale BJ I'm Patrick Osborne this news brought you by radio plumbing and air conditioning topping Austin's news as Austin continues to plan for a sweeping overhaul the land development code a new staff report shows the past decade has been nearly void of any new middle housing such as duplexes and tri plex is in town homes your city planner lore Keating the last ten years less than two percent of housing units were built in the missing middle form and what I mean by that is three to ten units per building Keating says rewriting this code would make it easier for developers to include more of that style of housing in lieu of more single family homes which the city council wants to severely limit home was cancel on Riverside Drive in east Austin getting cleared out today because they're in drainage culverts Jose Guerrero with the watershed department says they contracted out to homeless service providers to handle these cleanups because that way people on the street could still get help if they want to tell the contractor is unique in that they hire homeless individuals and try to get them resolved in their housing and work situations as well Guerrero says they often find camping equipment furniture and other things that can clog up the drainage systems last year more than twenty seven tons of trash and debris was cleaned out from Austin's almost camps a rezoning request has been approved by the Pflugerville city council for more than ninety three acres on pecan street for three point eight million square foot distribution center the city is not confirm the company behind this facility but unconfirmed reports have said that it is Amazon Bastrop city manager Linda umbel abruptly steps down the city council's placed assistant city manager trade job at her place in the interim amber was slated for a performance review last night but she resigned prior to that she was sitting in the audience when the city council formally.

Lisa Brady
"pflugerville city council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"pflugerville city council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"You ask what it was recently revealed that the starting base rent up three hundred and twenty six thousand dollars a month that the teachers retirement system of Texas plans to pay for an upscale office space in downtown Austin teachers or teachers are stunned by this I I I I I I don't I I'm I can get my head around the only ten Lee is the executive director of the Texas retired teachers association uses quotes there shocked people are just mad and they don't understand how this could this could happen they don't understand how the retirement system could be spending this much money on the lease one cheaper alternatives outside of downtown are available yeah now Lee said his group which is a nearly one hundred thousand retired teachers is considering formerly opposing the decision by managers of the pension fund to rent that space on the thirty six story indeed tower it's under construction and west sixth street which is expected to be among the premium office buildings in the city after it opens up I I really would like to understand the the justification for this why being in that location is how does that enable you to do your job better than maybe somewhere else which is gonna be a lot cheaper state representative Dan Flynn Republican can't serves on the Texas house committee overseeing pensions and financial services he said that the retirement system should back out of the deal mmhm they should they should back out of the deal you know what it's very possible they can't back out of the deal at this point I mean they may find a lease contract walked in they may have paid some box my costume in town to get out of it is yeah to the to each is retirement system manages retirement benefits for about one and a half million current and former teachers in the school into the system yeah the state agency recently disclosed partial cost of the indie tower lease seven months after the Austin American statesman first ask for the financial details about in the state agency sought to keep it secret they want to keep this private they didn't want you teachers to know about it but the retirement system still resisting the disclosure of the total cost of the lease instead of seeking an opinion from the state Attorney General Ken Paxton as to whether not the required to reveal all these details other then I'm sure it's going to be a super neat office calling to be zero for nice and of a basic with the help of you yeah the system has so far released only the indeed tower base rates which do not include additional cost attributed to the buildings operating expenses now at high in commercial real estate according to the states with a total lease rate is made up of the base rates and a rate apportioned on a on a pro rate out random basis of operating expenses such as in a property taxes maintenance shared amenities that sort of thing the annual base rates for their retirement system roughly ten year lease about a hundred thousand square feet in the building will be about thirty eight dollars fifty cents per square foot or three hundred and twenty six thousand dollars a month now I don't know how this works but teacher retirement system they do have some kind of investment relationship with one of the developers of this building all right but what is okay but what does that mean I mean still there gonna be paying this this this obscene amount of monthly rich show whatever that relationship may I mean are because they have this relationship that are they somehow obligated to be there I don't understand that but that is apparently the situation there are three hundred twenty six thousand dollars per month initially yeah the retirement system as previously defendant's choice of the in the tower saying in September that its efforts to recruit and retain top investment talent in a dynamic professional workplace are are are helped by having an upscale office space in the city's central business district I said they got to do this to hire the best employees and keep okay this is this is like it what you T. does to to recruit good football players they redo the locker room and have these up scene really expensive lockers whatever hole it's what every business does to recruit the best talent the question is is it really required on this yeah yeah really what it what is not working right now what is not working for you right now at your current location I if I was a teacher I would be absolutely out of my mind I would be absolutely enraged about this well for the past eleven years the agency they got about one just shy of two hundred employees and they had a downtown building already at eight sixteen Congress Avenue so the yeah I'm getting out of that one and now here we go you know I look at this is like sometimes you get going down the road buying a new car for example and all the sudden before you know it you're you're willing to pay this unbelievable monthly car payment because you just you lose sight right you insight lose focus you lose because this is so nice and you got to have it and you just you just somehow in your head get cash drunk yeah and you just you're able to justify it you're able to justify it somehow in your head and that's what they've done here they think this is what they got to have for recruiting the best that's what they say what will have you been recruiting before have you been what have you been getting before well there there before you got in these offices are losing some of the top talent to other investment companies because I got a good view yeah this is sweet I'd love to work here better pay better view yeah simple as that they said they got to do this look at our server they got to be in that building they got to have those views look at us look at our surroundings right now the studio this is Jack number don't look too closely to make you ill you could pick this studio opened plop in Wuhan China if you would know the difference yet were showing up every day that's right in doing our job Hey also in the world of business in your money a rezoning request has been approved by the Pflugerville city council for more than ninety three.

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"pflugerville city council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"pflugerville city council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"To fox news news time is now eight oh two good morning I'm mark Caesar this update is brought to you by it'll men financial engines of big economic project is coming to Pflugerville Pflugerville city councils remaining hush hush about which company specifically is considering that ninety three acres on the concert but planning director Emily Barron says that proposal is for a sizeable facility because three point eight million square foot facility the maximum height of the building is ninety six feet which would equate to possibly for have stories according to the Austin business journal the company behind this is actually Amazon and that facility would be one of its distribution centers just last year the company help dad more than fourteen hundred jobs to the Austin area Patrick Osborne newsradio kill the J. lot of new office space is being added to the Austin metro CV or resume Donahue says by the end of the fourth quarter of doesn't projects wrapped heading more than one million square feet to the area however the average asking price per square foot held steady from the third quarter to the fourth at about thirty nine dollars what we have is an increasing vacancy which typically will make landlords somewhat nervous about the condition of the market but relative to other cities we have a low tremendous amount of pre leasing don who says of the twelve projects seventy percent were signed for before they were completed and he sees that as a sign of a very healthy market Junglee newsradio kale BJ every jointer with the Texas farm bureau says the new trade deal with China will give Texas farmers a major boost you look at some of the specific details it mentions commodities like cotton like meat grain sorghum things that are big commodities produced in taxes because net farm incomes hit a record lows Joyner says Texas farmers need all the help they can get the Austin school district police department puts out an alert about a missing student who was last seen leaving small middle school in southwest Austin police believe that Avery rentals may be with her mother conceal Vaughn whose reportedly in violation of a court order it's eight oh four analogy LBJ here's Austin's on time traffic.

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"pflugerville city council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"pflugerville city council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"To win are we giving away a car today I don't see any paperwork if we are made maybe maybe I've up we're not I'm not sure I'm still trying to get clarification we giving away a hundred thousand dollars starting I just and I just don't see any paperwork that says we all there's a lot of people confused about what the price is see people running around right there right now there's a lot to do you know what to do she got the prize committee working on that just stand by all right tech news here all the time and dont show brought to you by nerds in a flash thank you so much yeah this week the Pflugerville city council approved rezoning ninety four acres of land for a project they call project charm yeah Amazon baby making some big moves to expanded Pflugerville last night the Pflugerville city council approved rezoning ninety four acres of land to develop this project a new building would be near the intersection of pecan street and state highway one thirty let's go with the call now according to the Austin business journal that space will become home to a three point eight million square foot Amazon distribution center for film at center good night that's a good man that is that's that's bigger than my that is hard to get my head around the Amazon already has an eight hundred and fifty five thousand square foot facility in San Marcos that'll put in twenty sixteen okay and San Marcos you have about a thousand people work there and the company has been expanding a lot in central Texas lately Amazon but another fourteen hundred jobs to Austin area of this I just love just late last year and one poll last night KV viewers voted seventy four percent to twenty six percent saying they believe Pflugerville seems like a good potential fit Paramus on television I'm not sure it is him it's booming it's there's no doubt about that and kind of the the UPS it's it's big it's becoming more the center of everything is is things grow I would think that this kind of thing elevates the property values in that area is going to have it's going to it's really gonna be interesting to watch this and that is going to be a real interesting kind of experiment corsets happen elsewhere but we can watch it out we can watch it closely because obviously there will be positive results from this store their job what's over there in that area pecan street pecan street no because if we could lipstick typical on if we're good it's not be can't no let's not do that let's not do that makes.

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"pflugerville city council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"pflugerville city council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"News so sad so tragic for a country house speaker Nancy Pelosi ever formally signing the articles of impeachment than the seven house Democrats name manager to prosecute president trump for abuse of power an obstruction of Congress delivered the case to the Senate's managers will return today to read the impeachment articles to senators will pledge to rise above the petty factionalism and do justice for our institutions Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the Chief Justice will be sworn in to preside over the trial this afternoon the Chief Justice within swear and senators who act as jurors on fox's jerit help when the trial would start Tuesday one of trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani's associates who was indicted because of campaign finance violations is speaking out about the Ukraine controversy fox's John decker live at the White House interview on MSNBC Rudy Giuliani associate left part it said president trump new exit and we lost our connection with John had the White House he was pointing out that live part is had said that president trump was aware of all his movements and that live part is also claim that Attorney General bill Barr knew about the alleged ever to get Ukraine to announce an investigation into Joe Biden and son hunter the justice department put out a statement that the president had not asked the Attorney General to contact Ukraine or anything else and called it a hundred percent false the Senate will today consider the trade deal to replace nafta if you get approved very shortly and that'll be tremendous with Canada and Mexico president trump said that of the signing ceremony for a new China trade deal yesterday that he held is great for U. S. farmers but Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer says his so called deal does next next to nothing of substance for workers and businesses feeling the brutal merciless weight of China's trade industrial abuse America's listening to fox news he'll be J. news time is now seven oh two good morning I'm mark Caesar this update is brought to you by Pell Austin dot com a major retailer may be making a move into Pflugerville Pflugerville city councils remaining hush hush about which company specifically is considering that ninety three acres on to construct but planning director Emily Barron says that proposal is for a sizeable facility because three point eight million square foot facility the maximum height of the building is ninety six feet which would equate to approximate for have stories according to the Austin business journal the company behind this is actually Amazon and that facility would be one of its distribution centers just last year the company help that more than fourteen hundred jobs to the Austin area Patrick Osborne newsradio kill the J. large amount of new office space is being added to the Austin metro CV or resume Donahue says by the end of the fourth quarter of doesn't projects wrapped heading more than one million square feet to the area however the average asking price per square foot held steady from the third quarter to the fourth at about thirty nine dollars what we have is an increasing vacancy which typically will make landlords somewhat nervous about the condition of the market but relative to other cities we have a low tremendous amount of pre leasing done who says of the twelve projects seventy percent were signed for before they were completed and he sees that as a sign of a very healthy market Junglee newsradio kale BJ Steve Adler again is calling on state lawmakers to get lost in more money to deal with the homeless hi I'm I had become a little envious of the attention that the governor of California is giving to the to the challenge of homelessness California state lawmakers are kicking in one billion dollars to help out the the mayor says the city needs that contribution to help out what local taxpayers are doing to help the homeless here in the Austin area seven oh for now is here's Austin's on time traffic with Melinda Brandt we're dealing with some slick streets out there this morning so give yourself some extra time right now thankfully it's mainly congestion that you're having to encounter out there but we do have one report a collision on thirty five north bound near slaughter your next reports at seven fifteen I Melinda brand with Austin's on time traffic plenty of clouds around today it will be mild with a few showers the high seventy two from the weather center I'm Brian may sixty sixty can't may bring get Austin news demanded newsradio kale B. J. dot com he likes find his happening here change what we're doing on and on show is on the air Todd and John transposed on signing better trade deals growing our economy rebuilding.

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"pflugerville city council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"pflugerville city council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Can rise above short termism and factional favor and serve the long term best interest of our nation president trump denies wrongdoing in his dealings with Ukraine Jackie Quinn Washington fascinating boring and drive that's how Texas senator John Cornyn describes how he expects that impeachment trial of president trump to proceed Corning told reporters on Wednesday that is the jury in the impeachment trial the senators will have to remain in their sheep from one o'clock until six or seven six days a week until the trial is concluded were also required to surrender our smartphones and our iPad which is going to cost sensory deprivation for all of us warning also doesn't expect the Senate will call additional witnesses to testify in person he says the process would mirror that of the Clinton impeachment live in the well of the Senate their depositions were taken and then they're sworn testimony was offered at the capitol Chris fox news radio K. LBJ president trump takes a victory lap after signing phase one of a trade deal with China as a candidate for president I vowed strong action is probably the biggest reason why I ran for president because I saw it for so many years and I said how come nobody's doing something about China agreed to increase its purchases of products from the U. S. and also agree to beef up its protection of intellectual property rights and open up more of its economy to foreign investment in return the U. S. will reduce tariffs on some products made in China at the White House John decker fox news farmers in Texas say this trade deal is huge for them and ultimately the entire Texas economy Gary joiner with the Texas farm bureau says China's agreed to by substantial amounts of US agricultural products of the next few years this agreement is going to allow greater market access for Texas farm and ranch products to China isn't really couldn't come at a better time for Texas farmers who have been suffering from dramatic declines in their net farm income year over year a major retailer maybe making a move in the Pflugerville the flick visit Pflugerville city councils remaining hush hush about which company specifically is considering that ninety three acre plot of land for rezoning on to construct the planning director Emily parents as the proposal is for a sizeable distribution center this call three point eight million square foot facility the maximum height of the building is ninety six feet which would equate to possibly for have stories the Austin business journal is reporting the company is actually Amazon and that facility would be one of its distribution centers about a thousand people currently work at an Amazon facility in San Marcus and just last year the company help dad more than fourteen hundred jobs to the area similarly the Austin Round Rock metro saw twelve new buildings added to the office space mark in the fourth quarter of twenty nineteen Jim Donahue with commercial real estate firm CBRE says that added one billion square feet to the office space market well they get these grew to near eleven percent he says the average price per square foot held from the third quarter just under thirty nine dollars in markets where they can see increases the direct correlated behaviors technically that prices will go down so the fact that they're just stabilize right now means I think everyone's going to see what's going to be a current and by everyone I mean both tenants and landlords and he says more buildings are on the way and folks are wondering how they will fare in the near future as a presidential election nears Junglee newsradio kale BJ and it's five thirty four now can you look at Austin's on time traffic stills not seeing very many problems out there just a few back ups beginning to show in the usual hot spots and the only one issue right now this is a broken water pipe being reported by the Austin fire department firefighters on the scene west creek Dr hill forest drive to watch out for that if you're in that area give them a little extra space everything's looking pretty good though beyond that to get a check of the news.

"pflugerville city council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"pflugerville city council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Place as a bargaining chip for work on phase two the U. S. agrees not to label China as a currency manipulator at the White House focuses on trade the house is focusing on moving the impeachment case along fox's jerit Halpern is live on Capitol Hill the impeachment managers have been named in a resolution authorizing articles of impeachment to be sent to the Senate will soon pass a month after house Democrats adopted two articles of impeachment against president trump this time is given us the ability to show the American people the necessity of a fair trial house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff will serve as lead impeachment manager six other house Democrats will also act as prosecutors senators could be sworn in as jurors later this week arguments are expected to begin Tuesday Lisa thanks Jarod meantime Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the impeachment is been quote purely political from the beginning the president in a tweet earlier today calling the Democrats push for more witnesses a con job wall street's rallying meantime the Dow is up one hundred thirteen points America is listening to box please radio he'll be Jay and Patrick Osborne this news brought you by J. con roofing topping Austin's news there's been a lot of discussion this week over out Austin my fund a multi billion dollar overhaul of public transportation if city council wants to read the property tax rate to drum up those funds a public vote would be needed to go above three point five percent cal's member Kathy Tober says it very well may come to that I think we need to be just aware of that I'm not sure that we have any other alternatives outside of a tax rate election to fun to the system the impacted taxpayers is not yet known other options may include revenue from parking rising missions tax sales tax or just higher fees on metro buses and trains well some austenite may struggle with the possible price tag that comes with that mobility overhaul city leaders in capital metro discussing mayor Steve Adler is defending his desire to go big this case he believes a rail system over buses is the long term solution and if we do it with bus rapid transit within five years or so of us being finished it's already going to be at capacity ruby trying to figure out how to record he says he doesn't want to spend billions of dollars in city taxes that will only work for a few decades instead he wants a generational solution waves in county commissioner said the along replaces Austin mayor Steve Adler is the chair of the capital area metropolitan planning organization she served on the board since two thousand seven she now becomes the first Williamson County official name this chair and the first woman Austin to council member and kitchen has now assumed the role of vice chair the Pflugerville city councils approve the first reading of a rezoning request for a proposed distribution center on pecan street on this project charm that specific company behind the proposed three point eight million square foot facility is not known and that's because of a nondisclosure agreement with the city lot of people spoke out this week against that rezoning citing traffic concerns for nearby neighborhoods we've.

"pflugerville city council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"pflugerville city council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And topping Austin's news the house Judiciary Committee is held its second mark up session on the two articles of impeachment against president dropped his ranking member Doug Collins yesterday Eric Swalwell who's always comes up with the just amazingly bad ideas to yesterday decided to double down in trouble down this idea that Ukrainians died because the money was being held under sector hell actually just destroyed that are you he said all the money we're discussing is a is for future events not the current they can't perpetrating that lot over and over and over again and following a delayed vote yesterday much to the frustration of of Republicans the house Judiciary Committee will vote on the articles of impeachment today hours before the house Judiciary Committee vote on impeachment the president tweeting the Republican Party is more United now than at any time in its history by far and tweeting earlier poll numbers have gone through the roof in favor of no impeachment especially with swing state ten independence in swing states he continued people have figured out that the Democrats have no case it is a total hoax the president later this morning meeting with the president of Paraguay at the White House John decker fox news Texas governor Greg Abbott says the state of the state is stronger than he's ever seen proudly touting the all time low unemployment rate of three point four percent the Texas economy is far larger than the economy of Canada even larger than the economies of places like Australia and even Russia and that makes me more powerful input it also says passage of property tax reform capping annual revenue growth to two and a half percent for most entities as one of the most significant economic moves made by the state many years he says with that reform Texans will no longer be taxed out of their homes nineteen austenite sue the whole of the Austin city council demanding it recognizes state mandated property rights a lawsuit the residents argue council is ignoring the right to protest zoning changes for their property as they re write the land development code councilmember Kathy topo says she brought amendments forward that could have prevented this simply ask the council to affirm individuals rights to protest the zoning on their property or on properties adjacent to them and the majority did not support it the city of Austin's official position on zoning protest says individual residents don't have the right when the council is working to enact vast reforms as in the land development code Junglee newsradio kale BJ Pflugerville city council is move the needle this week on a proposed one hundred twenty acre development known as north point which will consist of two campuses connected by a pedestrian bridge between S. H. one thirty am FM sixty five this week council gave full zoning approval the city is expected to put the finishing touches on the proposal next month once opened it will offer office retail commercial space as well as thousands of apartment units and it.

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"pflugerville city council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"pflugerville city council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"News a delay of the impeachment vote the house Judiciary Committee infuriates Republicans this is the kangaroo Republican members of the house Judiciary Committee were furious after chairman Gerald Nadler announced late Thursday I want the members on both sides of the aisle to think about what has happened over these last two days and to search their consciences before we cast a final votes representative Doug Collins the ranking Republican on the committee was livid sermons integrity is gone his staff is gone this was the most bush league thing I'd save forever might cross yeah Washington that vote in the Judiciary Committee is expected today in the full house could take pre Christmas action by next week and if the house votes for impeachment Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says it'll be dead on the it'll be a dead issue once it reaches the Senate this is this is a really wait carriers and that's why I think you're going to see bipartisan opposition to their articles yeah now is the term faces two articles of impeachment under consideration abuse of power and obstruction of Congress president drop is promising to expand childcare and time off options for working moms and dads facing high cost and lack of access to quality care legislation granting federal workers twelve weeks of paid parental leave edge closer to becoming law this week both military and civilian workers would be eligible for paid time off president trump says it's an historic opportunity governor Greg Abbott is deliver the annual state of the state address telling a packed house in Dallas he's not seen an economy as strong as this possibly ever and it says every year an award given to the state that ranks number one in America for economic growth that award is called the governor's Cup and with your help I'm proud to tell yet the Texas has won the governor's Cup every single year that I have been governor of Texas Abbott says the three point four percent unemployment rate is an all time low a new property tax reform signed into law this year will protect Texans for being priced out of their homes nineteen austenite sue the Austin city council demanding that recognize state mandated property rights a lawsuit the residents are you cancel is ignoring the right to protest zoning changes for their property as they re write the land development code councilmember Kathy televotes says she brought amendments forward that could have prevented this simply ask the council to affirm individuals rights to protest the zoning on their property or on properties adjacent to them and the majority did not support in the city of Austin's official position on zoning protest says individual residents don't have the right when the council is working to enact vast reforms as in the land development code Junglee newsradio kale DJ in the Pflugerville city council moved the needle on a proposed one hundred twenty acre development notice.

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"pflugerville city council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

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04:02 min | 2 years ago

"pflugerville city council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Coming out here a few weeks ago telling them they're trespassing we want to be involuntary compliance and part of our units goal is to minimize harm the weeks of warnings didn't work for these people people who stay under the bridge tell me even as police give them time to gather their belongings the problem is there's no where else for them to go to go that you should show from KXAN news on the story man that's a rough rough deal right there I mean part of me done blame them for seeking shelter as far as just for that purpose only seeking shelter in a tunnel yeah I mean it's what better options do they have out there other than we've gone back to a situation the pride that the mayor was trying to avoid arresting him in they can't pay that citation they don't have a dime to their name now there's nothing good and if you can't hold on for days and days and days you know because they were trespassing charge you got a lot of mountainous basically becomes a revolving door in the mayor's right they don't have any other place to go so what did you find a place for him to go mayor yeah open up an old dog L. H. E. B. grocery stores have been shut down put some constant there figure out something to house people we what if there was a hurricane that hit Houston be done and man it was all these evacuees come in this direction would be on it yeah yeah it's it's very very bizarre to me the thinking here it it it's a it's an odd approach that I don't know that I'll ever figure out but this does nothing the arresting of them if anything the homeless might even appreciate it for a couple days because you had air conditioning and got he yeah meals you can depend on place to lay down yeah you know check this out homeless ordinances have been a big deal in Austin for the past few months but now another central Texas city is looking to clarify the rules related to homelessness it's like they're going to look for problems right the real city council they heard the first reading of some of the ordinances that were defined as to what exactly camping and panhandling are legally and illegally the city itself does not have a visible homeless population so they're gonna they're gonna address the issue I don't have them in a visible problem of it right now but they're gonna they're gonna they're gonna make some changes so that so that everybody can see it sounds like okay yeah well yeah they say they don't have a visible pop you know homeless population but council members want to clarify that it's illegal to camp on certain parts of Pflugerville and it's the same time there also making it clear that a child having a lemonade stand that's okay based on state law thank god thank god they clear that US are yeah but the other forms of solicitation like panhandling with a permit to without a permit rather that is not allowed to SO Pflugerville which leads to better fulfill driven through their love drive through there yeah I go on I thirty five ago a bill I see homeless issues near Pflugerville yeah but I don't see it in Pflugerville my hunch is they might be anticipating that is going to work its way towards supporter real as it is working its way towards cedar park Leander they want to nip this in the bud but it happens you get ahead of it exactly perfect sense yeah which we don't do in Austin it's always after the fact so they're seeing the mistakes were making and they don't want to repeat that yeah well they're going to clarify the rules they're going to determine where it's legal where it's illegal to camp yeah meaning it is okay to camp on the somewhere in parts of Pflugerville but not others which is exactly what the city of Austin is doing today okay here it's not okay they're picking and choosing that sort of thing my my fear is the sit the Pflugerville city council picks a scab and all of a sudden they got a problem what will say it will track this for sure but it but I have a feeling again I think they're trying to stay ahead of this they see it's coming and because I am it is it is coming we're see and we're we're getting more and more reports from the the the outskirts here that they're feeling it too you're listening to the best of Todd and don on newsradio kale BJ right now you're listening to the best of the Todd and don show but stay with us we're live coming up at five thirty on news radio K. LBJ twenty of clowns today I'll.

"pflugerville city council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

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03:40 min | 2 years ago

"pflugerville city council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"This is a news alert a permanent ceasefire at least the Brady that's the language president trump is using just making an announcement on Syria early this morning the government of Turkey informed by administration that they would be stopping combat and their offensive in Syria and making the ceasefire permanent and it will indeed be permanent they'll be also says that's always questionable in that part of the world the president also ready to lift sanctions on Turkey imposed after Turkey invaded northern Syria attacking Kurdish forces U. S. allies as U. S. troops pulled back a decision that drew bipartisan criticism this was an outcome created by us the United States and nobody else no other nation very simple and we're willing to take blame and we're also willing to take credit for Turkey now has an exclusion zone in Syria where the Kurds are not allowed in Russia is making joint patrols with Syrian forces along the rest of Syria's border with Turkey and arrangement also drawing criticism president trump has a small number of US troops will remain in Syria to help protect the oil fields the Facebook CEO is on the Capitol Hill grill hearing focused in part on the company's plan for a new digital currency but deterring frequently into privacy and security concerns fox's racial Sutherland live in DC Lisa mark Zuckerberg told the financial services committee in the house of Facebook wants to get into the digital banking business so that users can transfer money as easily as sending a text message people will be a global payment system fully backed by a reserve of cash and highly liquid assets lawmakers is pricing skepticism about libra currency similar to big coin commissioner Maxine waters as Facebook should dress execs sitting disposition season failures on the platform before proceeding any further on the labor project Lisa thanks Rachel America is listening box these radio DJ on John Cooley this news brought to you by Evelyn financial engines the city of Pflugerville is the latest to take a second look at its ordinances impacting the homeless population the Pflugerville city councils given initial approval to an ordinance that adds a camping definition to parks regulations that would make it easier to enforce the laws against camping in certain areas of Pflugerville the council also approved an ordinance that would make it easier to enforce laws against solicitation bud made an exemption for lemonade stands to conform to a new state law Robert wood newsradio K. LBJ the ACLU public citizen and project democracy or calling on twenty nine Texas counties to follow the lead of Travis county and have a paper trail for voting project democracies Jim Miller Ben Cotto says even within taxes counties are getting smart they are prioritizing auditable system and we are trying to do our part to post counties to make those choices in the urgent fashion that called for she says Texas is one of the last states that does require counties to have a voting system with a paper trail Austin's information sector is booming according to the Austin chamber of commerce's latest jobs report the chambers Beverly Kirk explains the sector is home to digital and physical publishers which added more than five thousand jobs since last September that's a growth rate of more than fifteen percent he's a professional business services added the most jobs there were another ten thousand jobs over the last twelve months added in that industry with five point three percent growth so good it faster than average overall she's as the city grew by three point four percent making it the fastest growing in.

"pflugerville city council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"pflugerville city council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"This is all important I'm an alley obelus in the days after the mass shooting in Dayton Ohio gun control advocates shouted this week Ohio governor Mike DeWine did something proposing new rules to keep firearms away from dangerous people are strong while bill will increase the number private sale background checks in Ohio while also protecting the rights of law abiding gun owners the mayor of Dayton man Whaley supports the plan I know this bill does not go far enough to end gun violence in our communities but this is an important starts on the campaign trail this woman in Arizona made it clear to Beto o'rourke what she thinks of his idea cracked down on semi automatic weapons no you're not get not again it is South Carolina car dealer is offering with the purchase of a new car a free Bible an American flag in a voucher for an A. R. fifteen and those are your bullet points by forty one governor Greg Abbott is weighing in on an attack in downtown Austin will remain one man thought to be homeless throws a doctor's scooter into another man's car window initial reports show a man stepped out into traffic and started punching a nearby car the driver a Lawrence black tells fox seven he was attacking my car from the front if I would've went forward he would have been hit you know I don't want to run somebody over but I will take somebody's is they attacked me in my car after a brief fight the man through the scooter like believes this is a drug problem rather than almost this issue governor Abbott questions is Austin's policy of allowing homes to do whatever they want really helping the homeless Junglee newsradio kale BJ so Austin's new draft for the land development code re writes it's coming out in Austin counts members urging people to keep an open mind about this entire process mayor pro tem Delia Garza made that statement and also said the current code was rooted in Austin's racist past and must be changed community not commodities Fred Lewis says from what he's seen in the draft it's not friendly to working class folks or people of color city is redeveloping unix walk east Austin and single family neighborhoods over there and it's going to push most of the working class and middle class people how the public will have his first chance to speak up about the new draft on Friday October eighteenth at city hall there will be a few other chances before council approves a final version by the end of this year Eric like newsradio K. LBJ there's some interesting news the Pflugerville city council takes another step towards the creation of a major mixed use development project any leaders have voted in favor of rezoning of a hundred and twenty acres of land office eight one thirty the change will allow the city to reach its goal of a more walkable neighborhood and more accessible workplaces developer Thomas Schelling says the in gold the north point development is the connection of residents to its economic center we are looking to create an experience it's not just about the brick and mortar it's not just about the architecture is not just about the use north points west side will have four thousand housing units of the side of the office and retail the city council take one final vote on that rezoning later this month Patrick Osborne newsradio guilty Jack Todd and John show have you wanted to speak a.

"pflugerville city council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"pflugerville city council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Welcome to the subway out for the on the pit smoked brisket how do you like it I'll take a man who knows what's what what the all new breed smoke brisket in some way is smoke slower and I love going up and down escalator that's what I'm talking tender juicy brisket naturally smoke for at least thirteen hours what's more he's got an a or a layer of smoky flavor smoked cheddar and barbeque salsoul delicious Italian bread subway menu what y'all want what not limited time only despite restaurants time one of two good afternoon American life and this is a service of Adleman financial engines Texas Democrats have turned to the courts to force conservative activist Michael Quinn Sullivan to turn over the controversial secret tape of a meeting with Texas house speaker Dennis Bonnen kill BJ's Chris fox has more Solomon the CEO of empower Texan says the secret meeting tape includes a quid pro quo from house speaker Dennis Bonnen a Republican saying he'd offer press credentials in exchange for help housing can incumbent moderate Republicans Texas Democratic Party chair gilberti knows it says the tape could prove illegal activity of violation without a proper reporting of the election laws of the state of Texas so that's the purpose of trying to get the state a court hearing on the release of the tape is scheduled next week at the capitol Chris fox news radio K. L. B. J. later this month Pflugerville city council take a final vote on rezoning one hundred twenty acres of state highway one thirty eight FM six eighty five which is the proposed site in the new north point mixed use development developer Thomas a leg says I'll be in eastern campus in a western campus connected by a pedestrian bridge over one thirty years to create separation between residential and commercial but also to kinda have something game different than the usual everything that you see as you're driving on six thirty five four thousand new housing units are planned for the western campus a UT professor is the latest recipient of the Nobel Prize for chemistry engineering professor John good enough was announced as the winner today for his work in developing lithium ion batteries enough as many UT professor since nineteen eighty six and at ninety seven years old he's the oldest Nobel laureate in the history of the award Gail Beijing news time one oh three looking at Austin's on time traffic see delays and I thirty five both directions through downtown from the deck stall torque crash cleared up I thirty five service road southbound FM thirteen.

"pflugerville city council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"pflugerville city council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Radio he'll be J. on Patrick Osborne this news brought you by A. M. M. collision topping Austin's news the Pflugerville city council takes another step toward the creation of a major mixed use development voting in favor of rezoning a hundred twenty acres of land office eight one thirty the city says that change will allow it to reach its goal of a more walkable neighborhood and more accessible workplaces developer Thomas Schelling says the end goal of this north point development is the connection of residents to its economic core we are looking to create an experience it's not just about the brick and mortar it's not just about the architecture is not just about the use north point west side will have four thousand housing units the east side of the office and retail and city council will take one final vote on that rezoning later this month you too professor is the latest recipient of the Nobel Prize for chemistry engineering professor John good enough was announced as the winner today for his work in developing lithium ion batteries good enough has been a UT professor since nineteen eighty six and ninety seven years old he is now the oldest Nobel laureate in the history of that award a Nigerian man living in Austin and San Antonio pleads guilty to being part of a multi million dollar fraud scheme targeting businesses so department of justice reports thirty one year old G. booze or Stanley uber admitted to helping trick businesses and individuals into sending more than ten million dollars to bank accounts controlled by co conspirators officials say the scammers would do this by thanking corporate computers altering legitimate payment requests for by spoofing email accounts similar to trusted business partners one man part of the ring is still on the run but on the other hand faces up to twenty years in federal prison Junglee newsradio kale BJ and following a data breach impacting the Round Rock school district officials will be offering those affected free credit monitoring the district says the bulk of the Expos data was just names and we.

"pflugerville city council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"pflugerville city council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"To fox news. news time eight oh two good morning I'm Robert this is a service of the range Austin topping Austin's news of Pflugerville city councils catching Flack for proposing a rise in property tax rate speaking to a packed city hall former Pflugerville mayor Jeff Coleman chided the city council for even considering raising the tax rate reminding them of an unofficial agreement they all reach back in two thousand five every year we were going to come hell or high water drop the tax rate by half the number of residents of also expressed concern over not being able to continue to live in their homes if that rate of more than fifty cents per one hundred dollars of value was adopted much like in Austin Pflugerville trying to generate as much revenue as possible before new revenue caps kick in for twenty twenty one that draws more news radio kill the Jack be awesome text art up the three D. printed a house in the east Austin community first village wants to move forward with even more of them they'll be end homelessness icon founder and CEO Jason Ballard wait we have only. with the mayor's office and we're beginning those conversations right now again what we wanted to do first. Ballard says their homes are better more resilient and cheaper to build than conventional homes he says they're on track to provide houses for half the cost of conventional construction the news is getting better at the gas pump gasoline prices keep going down says triple a Texas is Josh super Saddam show pennies compared to this time last week they're coming in at two twenty seven we were to twenty nine last week in paying much less compared to this time last year thirty four cents last less rather from this time last year the average in Austin dropped a penny this week to two twenty six a gallon for regular I'm Rachel merece St newsradio kale BJ.

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