15 Burst results for "Richmond Housing Authority"

"richmond housing authority" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

08:23 min | 1 year ago

"richmond housing authority" Discussed on WRVA

"Holiday per se it's date independence day that is our holiday that we are celebrating and it's very important that we celebrate V. flying squirrels will as they always do have a great show at the diamond I'll remind you that they've got a great game schedule tomorrow night to take it on the of the Richmond Fightin Phils no G. on that fighting fills and then after that there will be the fireworks display and they they really always do a great job always do a great job and I came across a story which I just thought was hysterical the the Richmond Housing Authority Richmond redevelopment and housing authority now says that they want to work very closely with the Richmond police to end violence in the public housing projects and I thought to myself you're you're the same brain surgeons who eliminated your own police department like a year or two ago right is this really the Richmond redevelopment housing authorities at all we're going to do away with the rich man's housing police wasn't the world's biggest agency but if put actual police officers into the public housing projects do police work on a regular basis and the Richmond redeveloping Housing Authority eliminated scrapped their own police departments another shocked oh my god crime is going up really now they'd like to work closer with the Richmond city police I am interested to me it's crazy absolutely crazy you you did this you did this you you eliminated your own police department and now you are shocked the crime is going up in you're trying to figure out what you're going to do I another little update on Nike me give this to you quickly Nike which as we now know doesn't like the American flag they have no problem at all putting on their shoes flags from countries that are to put it mildly often described as abusing human rights the company has made shoes that feature the flags in colors from nations like China and Turkey where innocent people are routinely abused there is the the red white and blue high a tri color but don't get excited that wasn't for for America that was to celebrate France they had a green red Mexican flag issue they had a shoe made with Italy's flag and with Germany's flag and with Jamaica's flag they had the Turkish flag they had several different designs with the Chicago city flag the California state flag the Olympic flag the Chinese flag well just it's just the American flag they can't bring themselves to to put on a show all right well what can I tell you in Saudi Arabia nice so again if you are thinking about a Nike products you're free to make your own decision I just say what my thought is my thought is think again let me give you another one how about M. S. N. B. C. also talking about the flag on the possible Nike shoe I mean what's the possible they made it and then when this third reporter back cry baby cop hating America despising racist bigot Colin Kaepernick decided he wasn't happy with it all then they pulled give me a few what MSNBC number one what about the argument that someone made this is PC culture run amok if you well thank you once but this flag on there sure why are people so upset about it yeah because it you know words matter symbols matter too why don't we wear a swastika for July fourth because I don't know it makes it makes a difference the cross burning on somebody's lawn why don't we just have a Nike you know celebration of the court well because those those symbols are symbols of hate so we can take PC culture back it's amazing to me the people who will cry the loudest about PC are the ones who didn't show up on this the friends first occurred who do who didn't defend the people who were victims of white supremacy or racism or sexism and misogyny but now pop up and say Hey let's not be too PC if you wait for the battle if you have been celebrated the process you cannot claim the product yeah I don't know who we are but again he this this problem when people speak and see things that are so ridiculous so insane so ludicrous if you just sit back and and and you just have to wonder you ask yourself really really what you meant to say is it by the way is a missile attack on women Betsy Ross creates the flag and now like you won't display that is isn't that an anti woman action seems to me to be Jennifer's sends a Facebook message is Jeff as I'm listening to you something to think about when we're talking about these Nike shoes when I first saw a picture the sticker I was thinking what an honor it was to Betsy Ross who made our first American flag so in a way really Nike is now said that female achievement doesn't matter overall I think the whole thing is ridiculous yeah I agree with her I agree with her completely but this is what happens when you've got pseudo intellectuals and you have folks who are determined to re write history for their own selfish reasons and understand something when you can do away with history which is what they're doing then you make it's you make it so that people won't want to fight to defend I don't know liberty or freedom or independence this is this is what the Taliban they just knocked down things they didn't like but they especially wanted to knock down things that pre dated their rise to power think about that that's why they did away with certain statues that's why they did away with certain books they did away with libraries because they were all in existence before the Taliban came around and the Taliban wanted the people they were ruling to believe that anything prior to them simply didn't matter it wasn't important and so they destroyed and that's what's happening here exactly what's happening here and that is what is so very dangerous so we'll talk a little bit more about this one reminded the Monday as we kick off all star week over ad job well it's gonna be the diamond for the most part but Monday is actually gonna be at the Richmond race we complex we kick it off with a great concert our old pal Mickey James is going to be performing and the big and rich are the headliners and John rich from big and rich is going to be with me Monday afternoon I'm looking forward to that I know what John reed will be here first thing Monday morning five thirty five Wheeler we're all going to be focused as well on the upcoming gun grab Ralph Northam who will not face you Ralph Northam who is just too afraid to speak with actual voters like you he pops out every once in awhile now he's popped out with the special session designed to take guns away from law abiding citizens the city council members of the city of Richmond just voted the other night symbolically but none the less voted to make you a victim to make you a sitting duck they don't want you to be able to defend yourself what an absolute insult to decent people it is four forty six Jeff Katz newsradio W. 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"richmond housing authority" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"richmond housing authority" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh. A Royal gun salute has United Kingdom hosts President Trump and first lady Melania Trump. They began their trip at Buckingham Palace were both her due to dine with Queen, Elizabeth the second in a few hours, one of the major issues to loom over. President Trump's visit to Europe is the global ripple effect of the US trade dispute with other countries, especially China and international security conference in Singapore. Over the weekend took stock of declining relations acting Defense Secretary. Patrick Shanahan said the Indo Pacific was the priority theater for the US. China's national defense minister, however, said, the US presence was destabilizing the region. Here's NPR's Julie McCarthy, it was the big powers, laying out competing visions of the Asia Pacific acting Defense Secretary Shanahan called out China as perhaps, the greatest long-term threat to the region for undermining the rule-based international order, he cited state-sponsored theft of military and civilian technology of other nations. He said the US welcomed comp. Titian with China provided plays by established rules. China's general way phone who warned that its military will resolutely take action to defend its claims over Taiwan, and suggested that u s warships and military aircraft which navigate the region where the reason for Beijing's military buildup in the disputed, South China Sea to the McCarthy NPR news, Apple's expected to announce later today. It's dropping. I tunes. More from NPR's jasmine, Gars years. People have been complaining that I tunes is doing too much you use it to watch TV listen to music and podcasts today. Apple is expected to launch separate apps for TV podcasts Anna music op that will align more with streaming apple whose phone sales have been down in recent years has been rebranding itself as an entertainment provider recently announcing original video streaming content killing, I tunes is largely seen the move in dot director. Rian Chasma Garcia. Reporting the chairman and the CEO of Carnival Cruise lines are under orders to appear in federal court today to account for the company's violation of environmental laws. More from NPR's Greg Allen. A hearing in April US district judge Patricia sites heard evidence that carnival the world's largest cruise line had violated probation, ordered after the company was found guilty of environmental crimes. The judge expressed amazement at testimony. The company executives prepared employs for quartered audits falsified records and continue to dump plastics and gray water from cruise ships in Alaska and the Bahamas. She discussed revoking the company's probation and even possibly blocking carnival ships from docking at US ports, people who identify themselves as victims of carnivals illegal dumping, including an environmentalist from the Bahamas and the fishermen from Alaska harassing to be heard at today's hearing travel industry officials congresswoman and Alaska's governor have filed letters, supporting carnival, Greg Allen, NPR news Miami. This is NPR from K Q, E news. I'm Brian watt. The amount of snow blanketing the Sierra, Nevada. Data is now double the average for this time of year, the State Department of water resources says as of last week, the snowpack is even bigger than the twenty seventeen levels that pulled the state out of a five year, drought, California snowpack supplies about thirty percent of water needs across the state in the Tahoe area squaw valley ski resort has seen so much. No, this year it plans to stay open until at least July fifth. The city of Richmond is transferring the management of its subsidized housing program to contra Costa county. K Q, E D, Jeremy Siegel has more. The Richmond, housing authority, manages hundreds of units of affordable housing for low income, elderly, and disabled residents and also gives out section eight vouchers to subsidize rent for some seventeen hundred others, but the agency is faced major financial and operational challenges. And as long struggled to meet the basic needs of its tenants. Now officials say they expect services to improve for tenants and landlords with contra. Casa's housing authorities stepping in to take over the city section eight program. The shift is set to take place at the beginning of July. I'm Jeremy Siegel, kqed news and sports. The warriors won. They went on third quarter. Tear that left me speechless for a few seconds last night in Toronto. Andre Iguodala hit a clutch three to beat the raptors one oh nine two one four the NBA finals tied one to one. They head to Oakland on Wednesday. We await official word on Klay Thompson, who left last night's game in the fourth quarter after injuring his left hamstring..

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"richmond housing authority" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"richmond housing authority" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Also this hour violence in Sudan, now security forces. There move on protesters also pushing for academic freedom in China, and we remember New Orleans chef and civil rights activists Leah chase who died over the weekend. It's Monday, June third author Larry mcmurtry celebrates over thing. Turns eighty three years old. News is next. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. City officials in Virginia Beach Virginia say most of the sprawling municipal complex will reopen tomorrow. That's where gunman killed twelve people on Friday. The city schools, and businesses are open and bears. Bobby Allen reports the shooting investigation is now in its fourth day. Authorities still don't know what motivated the gunman who was a longtime civil engineer in the city. Police say the shooter just hours before opening fire at his workplace, emailed, his boss to say he was resigning after working there for nine years officials are looking into the perpetrators mode of including why he brought to the scene. A lot of ammunition and a silencer device. The city is ramping up counselling services to survivors and the families of victims. It comes just as a community prepares for memorials and vigils for the twelve who were killed Bobby Allen, NPR news, Virginia Beach. Testimony continues today in Oklahoma in the state's opioid lawsuit. Against pharmaceutical maker Johnson and Johnson Jackie forty of member station. K G, O, U, says the prosecution is accusing the company's sales staff of using biased information to market opioids to doctors sales. Call notes from the early two thousands show that Johnson and Johnson sales representatives repeatedly cited studies. Their own company had funded when they talked to Oklahoma. Doctors, the state accuses Johnson and Johnson of creating a public nuisance through false marketing that downplayed the risks of their opioids Jackie forty reporting Oklahoma's lawsuit claims it will cost more than seventeen billion dollars to deal with the effects of opioid abuse in that state Johnson Johnson says it properly marketed opioids and the state cannot prove it is responsible for opioid abuse. President Trump has arrived in the United Kingdom for it three day state. Visit he's presently meeting Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace. Iran says secretary state Mike, Pompeo's offer to negotiate without. Pre-conditions is a game of words. NPR's Peter Kenyon reports. The Iranian president says Tehran is ready to talk if the US realizes it has taken a wrong and incorrect approach. The Trump administration has a list of a dozen sweeping demands around must fulfil before it would consider ending sanctions, but at a news conference in Switzerland, Sunday, Pompeo offered to negotiate without any preconditions. He added, however, that US efforts to counter Iran's behavior in the region would continue in response, Ronnie in media, quote, president Hassan Rania saying that quote, the party who left the negotiating table must come back to normal conditions a reference to Trump. Pulling the US out of the two thousand fifteen Iran, nuclear deal, Ronnie added, quote, as long as the enemy does not regret. It's measures in the past. We have no way but to show resistance. Peter Kenyon, NPR news. On Wall Street, stocks are lower. The Dow is down ninety two points. The NASDAQ is down well over one percent. You're listening to NPR from kqed news. I'm Brian watt. The amount of snow blanketing, the Sierra Nevada is now double, the average for this time of year, the State Department of water resources says as of last week, the snowpack is even bigger than the twenty seventeen levels that pull the state out of a five year drought. The California snowpack supplies about thirty percent of water needs across the state in the Tahoe area squad valley ski resort has seen so much snow. This year. It plans to stay open until at least July fifth. The city of Richmond is transferring the management of its subsidized housing program to contra Costa county. Hey cuties, Jeremy Siegel has more. The Richmond, housing authority, manages hundreds of units of forcible housing for low income, elderly, and disabled residents and also gives out section. Eight vouchers to subsidize rent for some seventeen hundred others, but the agency is faced major financial and operational challenges. And his long struggled to meet the basic needs of its tenants. Now officials say they expect services to improve for tenants and landlords with contra-contras housing authorities stepping in to take over the city section eight program. The shift is set to take place at the beginning of July. I'm Jeremy Siegel QB news after one of those insane third quarter runs in a clutch three from Andre Iguala down the stretch. The warriors beat the raptors one. Oh, nine to one four the NBA finals are tied one to one and head to Oakland on Wednesday. We await official word on Klay Thompson, who who left last night's game in the fourth quarter after injuring his left hamstring baseball the Astros swept the as beating them yesterday. Six two four. The giants beat the Orioles, eight to.

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"richmond housing authority" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"richmond housing authority" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Were displaced in a house fire in San Francisco at nine. Clock last night. The fire on Oxford Street in the Excelsior was put out in twenty minutes, the Red Cross assisted those residents and a fire last night in an abandoned house in Richmond may have been started by vagrants Twenty-one firefighters from the contra Costa county and west county district responded, crews say that several people that apparently been inside the house before the fire broke out all of them got out safely that houses owned by the Richmond housing authority and San Francisco lawmakers are working to reduce the number of vacant storefronts. Here's KCBS, Melissa cool. Ross in a densely populated thriving cities such as San Francisco our commercial corridors they are. They are what defined our neighborhoods definer neighborhoods. They are the backbone of what serves our neighborhoods that is why city supervisor Sandra Lee, fewer wrote Norton. It's to update San Francisco's vacant storefront program commercial landlords. Now must register empty properties with the city within thirty days or pay a financial penalty. What it? Does is it allows the department of building inspection to actually create a registry of bacon storefronts? So they can also work with OA WD to find people to actually rent these storefronts out fewer wrote these changes because she says there was no accurate count of empty storefronts within her district supervisor valley Brown. Meanwhile, says the demand to rent these commercial properties is there. We have so many small businesses and entrepreneurs that want to do this that want to start a business commercial property owners. Also must have empty properties inspected annually. The ordinance went into effect on Monday in San Francisco, Melissa call Ross KCBS coming up on KCBS. This is Matt Bigler Lake County. Authorities are searching for the Palo Alto woman berated a Trump supporter at a local Starbucks.

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"richmond housing authority" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"richmond housing authority" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The woman who earlier this month, the cost the demand foreing maga- hat at a Palo Alto. Starbucks KCBS that big the reports the woman received death threats in the wake of that confrontation. Rebecca Parker Maki was harassed online. Lost her job at a local music store and has now been reported missing the Palo Alto resident was last seen leaving Lake County. But friends report she hasn't been seen since last Friday. You may remember on April first Maki made international headlines when she berated a man in Starbucks for wearing a make-america-great-again hat, but in the days that followed Maki herself was attacked online. And according to the chronicle she and her family received death threats after their personal information was released by right wing media here at the California, do Starbucks or the controversy started patrons. We talked to were concerned about make his welfare. But some said the story was less concerning to them than other issues like climate change. On California Vanu in Palo Alto. Matt Bigler KCBS. The man safe after being rescued off of a cliff in San Francisco's Procedo fire crews responded to a call just before five o'clock yesterday afternoon for a person saying friend was sliding down a cliff where they were hiking their rescue crews at a high angle rope rescue and brought a stretcher down to the hiker the hiker was rescued without any incident. And the is now safe he suffered no injuries should the main federal civil rights law that prohibits employment. Discrimination apply to LGBT people KCBS John Bristow reports that question will be decided by the highest court in the land. The US court says it will take up the issue in its fall session which gets into way in October. The high court will hear three cases involving people who claim they were fired because of their sexual orientation decisions will likely come by June of next year. What the court is being asked to do is to shift course most courts from around the country have held that the federal law doesn't protect LGBT people, and what the court is being asked. In three cases is to reverse course, and to leave LGBT workers around the country vulnerable to employment discrimination, Courtney joslin UC Davis law, professor and nationally known scholar on gay lesbian equality. She says the cases of the working their way through the lower courts for years. It was only a matter of time before the court did step in and weigh in on this question jaws to the outcome of these cases will have a profound effect on the lives of millions of LGBT people in the US. John Bristow KCBS supported for rent control are trying to get a new statewide measure on the ballot in two thousand twenty. We get the story from Jordan with radio dot com. New station Canucks in Los Angeles. The rental affordability act has been filed to allow rent control on buildings over fifteen years old advocates with housing is a human rights say fill your at the. Ballot less November has demonstrated that Californians once rent control that rent control is a necessary component in the in our housing policy arsenal who'd be able to protect vulnerable communities in particular communities of color from displacement and skyrocketing rents the measure will also allow for other vacancy controls, and we'll exempt owners of two or fewer homes have the Jordan with KNX in Los Angeles five Richmond. Believe a fire in an abandoned house. Last night might have been started by transients the fire at the single story home on Verde avenue was first reported before eight o'clock Twenty-one firefighters from the contra Costa county and the west contra Costa fire protection districts responded, crews say several people had apparently been inside the home before the fire broke out all got out safely. The fire was out in about half an hour. The house is owned by the Richmond housing authority five say it's sustained moderate drywall damage but little if any structural damage, and no one was hurt. But. Eight people were displaced when a blaze tore through a house in San Francisco's Excelsior district last night and fire. The block of Oxford Street was reported just before nine o'clock. It was out in about twenty minutes. But officials say the home sustained enough damage that seventy one child living. They're receiving assistance from the Red Cross that caused the fire is under investigation. Moneywatch CBS news time one twenty five Wall Street is coming off an uninspiring Monday session, stocks ended narrowly mixed. This will be a big day for earnings reports from Verizon Procter and gamble. Coca Cola United Technologies jet. Blue six flags EBay snap and Twitter. Chris Maranghi of the belly funds tells Bloomberg radio corporate results have been encouraging so far we're not quite halfway through her score. Earning season earnings have been a little bit better than expected. So would say we're not gonna get that earnings recession. So many worried about Morandi says at worse, we'll see some slowdown, but not a backtracking and earnings world pool posted results after the bell, the appliance makers ongoing per share earnings top Wall Street estimates world pools numbers were boosted by price increases. The Commerce Department reports this morning on March sales of newly built homes the numbers come a day. After realtors reported sales of existing homes fell nearly five percent last month. Jeff bellinger. Bloomberg radio. CEO radio. I'm wearing Hoffman alcohol monitoring systems, aka Skram systems is the maker of ankle bracelets for monitoring hard core DUI and other high risk alcohol offenders, it was another of those basement startup entrepreneurial projects until Mike IM's who had been in software development method to founders, and he made a company out of it in part for a very personal reason might mom's or was skit road drunk for a big part of his life and through a number of events. He ended up sobering. He lived to be just short of a hundred and sober. He was this wonderful person. Drowned key was looking for a victim when I ran across these guys that were trying to figure out a different way of tracking people for extended periods of time to see if they're drinking or not I had this picture of my grandfathers said he'd been back my.

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"richmond housing authority" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"richmond housing authority" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In this hour. President Trump agrees to end the shutdown EJ and David Brooks are here for we can politics also in Venezuela. President Medeiros challenger stages rally and the US warns the regime not to touch him or else is there a danger that there could be significant violence, certainly that is one possibility and the invisibles a new film about the holocaust and the seven thousand Jews who survived in Berlin these stories of people who have to climb into different identities. These stories are so full of tension. Now this news. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Windsor Johnston. The short-term spending plan that will reopen. The government is on its way to President Trump for his signature, both the house and Senate quickly approved it without objection the president and nounce the deal at the White House this afternoon. I am very proud to announce today that we have reached a deal to end the shutdown and reopen the federal government congressional Democrats are applauding the additional time to work toward a compromise on border security funding. House speaker Nancy Pelosi says she's looking forward to negotiations an optimistic I see every challenge your every crisis as an opportunity and opportunity to do the right thing for the American people and at the same time make people aware of what the decisions are that we have here, and hopefully that will make everybody come together in. Way that is unifying for a country. The agreement will end the five-week long partial government shutdown that furloughed or forced hundreds of thousands of federal employees to work without pay President Trump's longtime, associate and informal adviser. Roger stone says he will fight the charges brought against him by special counsel, Robert Muller as NPR's Ryan Lucas reports. Stone says he plans to plead not guilty. Stone was arrested by the FBI early in the morning at his home in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. A federal indictment against him contain seven counts including obstruction of an official preceding making false statements and witness tampering. Stone made his initial appearance before a judge in Florida afterwards. He told a crowd of reporters on the courthouse steps that he will plead not guilty to the charges. He accused Muller's investigation of being politically motivated, and he vowed that he will not testify against the president and quote bear false witness some onlookers in the crowd jeered stone as he spoke chanting lock him up stones next. Court appearance is scheduled to take place in Washington DC, Ryan, Lucas, NPR news, Washington. US markets were up today and remained in positive territory. After President Trump announced the deal to reopen the government NPR's, Emily Sullivan reports the Dow closed up more than one hundred eighty points or three quarters of one percent. White House experts calculated that the economy was losing a tenth of a percentage point of economic growth for every week of the government shutdown. Investors seem reassured that Washington is moving to temporarily and the longest shutdown in history. The NASDAQ and the s&p five hundred also advanced the bipartisan funding measure will reopen shuttered agencies until February fifteenth while more negotiations continue ongoing trade tensions between the US and China continued to hang over the market investors mood soured earlier in the week after reports that the US cancelled scheduled meetings with Chinese trade representatives. Emily Sullivan, NPR news, Washington. You're listening to NPR news. From Washington from news. I'm Jeremy Siegel East Bay congressman Eric swale. Well, says he's not surprised by the arrests today of President Trump's longtime ally. Roger stone stone's been indicted for obstruction witness tampering and making false statements about Russian interference in the twenty sixteen election swallow, who sits on the house intelligence committee says the charges confirm what he heard from stone during closed-door testimony. I was a part of the interview team for Roger stone. And he wasn't straight with us. We suspected that. This was the case when he started to send amended statements to us as press reporting was contradicting his version of what happened stone says he's been falsely accused and will plead not guilty Richmond. Mayor Tom, but says a case against the city and its housing authority for failing to provide safe and sanitary housing should not have been settled earlier this week Richmond's housing authority and the city agreed. Need to pay six hundred and fifty eight thousand dollars to a number of elderly and disabled public housing tenants. The former tenants of the hacienda housing complex sued the city and the thorny in twenty fifteen claiming it was overrun with mice cockroaches and mold but says the root cause of the problem is a lack of federal funds not sitting this management. You know, the city of Richmond should not have responsibility for doing this. It's a federal government responsibility. Not a city responsibility. I I don't think the city really awesome anything. But you know, that's that's my opinion. The settlement money will be split. Among the nine.

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"richmond housing authority" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"richmond housing authority" Discussed on KCBS All News

"And weather together on the aide Sankei CBS KCBS news time three twenty well today. Tens of thousands of TSA workers will be missing second paycheck as the government shutdown drags on. It's day. Thirty five KCBS is Holly Kwon tells us that Oakland's mayor Libby chef is attending the US conference of mayors in Washington, and she worries that the shutdown could drain the finances of non-government workers as well. This is a Bloomberg. Usually the mayors gathering in Washington to talk climate change housing and homelessness, but right now Oakland mayor Libby shaft says there's one overriding message get the government back to work at some point. It is going to break down my Uber. Try her I should say actually took lift my list driver told me that he had just helped his cousin pay his mortgage because of the shutdown that is not going to last Long John pistol was head of the TSA from twenty ten to twenty fourteen and endured a two week government shutdown of his own, but with this one more open ended he worries about what morale and staffing. Will look like when this is all over sure they can go out and find other work and some are doing that now and just haven't haven't decided win the government reopened whether they'll come back or not. So that's one of those questions that are still out there. How much of the workforce will will remain Liqun KCBS? More tech companies are getting into the housing market. The Chan Zuckerberg initiative also Facebook the San Francisco foundation Genentech and others are backing a fund that intends to build or preserve more than eight thousand homes in the bay area over the next five to ten years. The project is worth half a billion dollars. It's expected to pay for projects in San Francisco Santa Clara, San Mateo Alameda, and contra Costa counties for residents making up to one hundred fifty percent of the local area median income. It is the latest attempt to do something about the affordable housing shortage. And in the city of Richmond has agreed to pay nearly six hundred sixty thousand dollars in a settlement with nine residents disabled and elderly residents of public housing unit over substandard living conditions. This was at the hacienda housing complex. Tenants said their homes were overrun with rodents and roaches squatters roof leaks. Mold the head of the Richmond housing authority admitted that hacienda was on. Inhabitable Oakland had a banner year with several films depicted set and or filmed in the town. They include sorry to bother you blind spotting and the blockbuster. Black Panther KCBS is marquee Schaefer reports that tourism is becoming more important industry in Oakland. Thanks to many cultural.

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"richmond housing authority" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"richmond housing authority" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Of income. For many of us is a difference between paying paying their mortgage. NSF SF MTA spokesman says in a statement to KCBS, quote, these reforms are meant to be one part of the process to bring value back to purchase medallions and help improve service across the city at San Francisco city hall, Carrie Hodousek KCBS the city of Richmond has agreed to pay six hundred fifty eight thousand dollars in a settlement with nine elderly and disabled public housing tenants over substandard living conditions at the hussy into housing complex reveal from center for investigative reporting and Emeryville reports those tenants for years living in the housing project that had passed issues squatters roof leaks and mold after reveal I exposed the conditions at hacienda. Twenty fourteen the head of the Richmond housing authority admitted that the apartment complex was uninhabitable and took two years. Two more years that is to remove residents from the building tens of thousands of TSA workers will be missing a second paycheck today. As the government remains shut down KCBS reporter, Holly Kwon tells us Oakland's mayor in Washington for the US conference of mayors. This week worries this could soon drain the finances of non government workers usually the mayors gathering Washington did talk climate change housing and homelessness. But right now, Oakland mayor will be Chaffetz says there's one overriding message get the government back to work at some point. It is going to break down might Uber. Try her oh, I should say. I actually took lift my list driver told me that he had just helped his cousin pay his mortgage because of the shutdown that is not going to last Long John pistol was head of the TSA from twenty ten to twenty fourteen and endured a two week government shutdown of his own, but with this one more open ended he worries about what morale and staffing. Will look like when this is all over sure they can go out and find other work and some are doing that now. And just haven't haven't decided when the government. Opened whether they'll come back or not. So that's one of those questions that are still out there. How much of the workforce will will remain all Lequan? KCBS? Governor Gavin Newsom is rolling out a challenge to President Trump Newsom has had frequent Twitter wars with the president. But he said God no asked directly yesterday if he's considering a run for president calling the idea crazy some of took office earlier this month hinted that he's likely to endorse Senator comma harassing the California Democrat is a longtime friend for whom he has enormous respect the Harrison that's Monday that she is joining a crowded field. Trump challenges new raised speculation that he might seek the presidency by running Facebook ads opposing Mr. Trump's southern border wall and supporting universal healthcare. KCBS news time one twenty five now bring your money watch. Investor caution is evident and Wall Street is coming off a mixed session. China trade is among the concerns commerce secretary Wilbur Ross told Bloomberg the US wants a trade deal. And he believes China also wants a deal, hopefully, those two general impulses can result in a very finite. Very detailed very enforceable set of commitments. But Ross also indicated a deal may not be as close as investors had hoped. There was a huge relief rally for shares of PG in MD. After investigators cleared, the California utility in connection with the deadliest wildfire of 2017 shares of PG and E rose more than seventy four percent investors had high hopes for Intel's quarterly results per share earnings topped forecasts. But the chip maker's revenue fell short Intel also issued disappointing guidance Starbucks results topped Wall Street expectations. Jeff Bellinger, Bloomberg radio.

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"richmond housing authority" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"richmond housing authority" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Com. KCBS news time eleven twenty one. More tech companies are getting into the housing market, the Chan's Zuckerberg initiative Facebook, the San Francisco foundation Genentech and others are now backing a fund that intends to build or preserve more than eight thousand homes in the bay area in the next five to ten years the half a billion dollar fund is expected to pay for projects in San Francisco Santa Clara, San Mateo Alameda, and contra Costa counties has five of the nine bay area counties. And it's for residents making up one hundred fifty percent of the local area median income. It's the latest attempt to do something about the affordable housing shortage and in Richmond. That city has agreed to pay nearly six hundred sixty thousand dollars in a settlement with nine elderly and disabled public housing. Tenants over substandard living conditions of the hacienda housing complex. The tennis say that their homes were overrun by rodents and also roaches roof leaks. Mold the head of the Richmond housing authority admitted the hacienda was uninhabitable. A legal challenge that was holding up more than six billion dollars in funds for road and transit improvements in the south bay has been rejected by the California Supreme Court KCBS is my call and says that means a host projects can now move forward. It means finally the pairing potholes that are sitting -ly everywhere on south bay roads with one point two billion over the thirty year life of measure, b that's a lot of potholes to fix. That's a lot of safety improvements for motorists whether you're on four wheels or two wheels. Who know that you not only have a more dangerous ride with potholes, but you have a more expensive ride because you use more gas. You have your car out of alignment, you have all the other problems associated with the bumpy conditions of our local streets and roads called Borodino seal. The Silicon Valley leadership group led the measure B fight another big winner is those of us who have been waiting for decades for the Bart extension into San Jose. And Santa Clara, this is to bring it into downtown San Jose in the city of Santa Clara with one point five billion in local funds measure also includes nine hundred fourteen million for countering. The Silicon Valley bureau by Colgan KCBI. A new effort is underway to reduce gridlock on the peninsula. KCBS is Margie Schaefer reports on a campaign called carpool two point. Oh by.

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"richmond housing authority" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"richmond housing authority" Discussed on KCBS All News

"More tech companies are getting into the housing market the chance sucker Berg initiative. The San Francisco foundation Facebook Genentech and. Others are backing a fund that intends to build or preserve more than eight thousand homes in the bay area in the next five to ten years the half a billion dollar fund is expected to pay for projects in San Francisco Santa Clara, San Mateo, Alameda, contra Costa, counties, that's five of the nine counties in the bay area. And this is for residents making up to one hundred fifty percent of the local median income. It is the latest attempt to do something about the affordable housing shortage. And in the city of Richmond tonight. That's city agrees to pay nearly six hundred sixty thousand dollars in the settlement with nine elderly and disabled public housing tenants over sub living conditions at the hacienda housing complex. The tenants say that their homes were overrun with roaches, mice squatters, roof leaks and mold the head of the Richmond housing authority admitted that hacienda was uninhabitable. Millions of dollars for road and transit improvements will soon be available in Santa Clara county. Thanks to a court victory. KCBS is my call explains. The California Supreme Court tossed a suit filed by Saratoga woman seeking the block and a half cent sales tax measure passed by voters in two thousand sixteen from going into effect. Call were Dino CEO of the Silicon Valley leadership group led the fight for measure B. We can now move forward with six point four billion dollars in traffic relief transit alternatives and road repairs throughout Santa Clara county, six point four billion includes one and a half billion. For the Bart extension to downtown, San Jose and Santa Clara nine hundred and fourteen million for improvements on the train commuter rail line seven hundred and fifty million for improvements on our counter expressways for Dino's that is truly a day for celebration. We're ready to pop champagne to replace the real pain that one point nine million Santa Clara county residents endure on their commute every day. One two billion. We'll also go it awards filling potholes the Silicon Valley bureau by Colgan KCBS. Local governments and state air districts are working to reduce single occupancy vehicles on the peninsula KCBS is Margie. Schaefer tells us about an incentive announced that Genentech in south San.

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"richmond housing authority" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"richmond housing authority" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The city of Richmond has agreed to pay six hundred fifty eight thousand dollars in a settlement with nine elderly and disabled public housing tenants over substandard living conditions at the hacienda housing complex for after a reveal from the center for investigative reporting in Emeryville, I exposed the squalid conditions at the hacienda. Living complex in two thousand fourteen the head of the chronicle chronically mismanage Richmond housing authority minute that the apartment complex was uninhabitable. It's still took two more years evacuate residents from the building. It's money watch for joined by Jason Brooks. It was a tug of war between strong corporate earnings and trade talk concerns for the market. The Dow lost twenty two points to twenty four thousand five hundred fifty three the NASDAQ gained forty seven points to seventy seventy three and the s&p rose three points to twenty six forty two with the US and China set to meet in Washington next week for a second round of trade talks. US commerce secretary Wilbur Ross told CNBC that the US is miles and miles away from a trade deal with China. The Labor Department reported that first-time unemployment claims fell below two hundred thousand for the first time since nineteen sixty nine following a drop of thirteen thousand one hundred ninety nine thousand corporate earnings were mostly winners today with airline stocks getting a lift as American South west and jet blue delivered strong results. The tech sector got a big boost from ship. Equipment maker earnings with shares skyrocketing for Zeilinger and Lam research Microsoft's Bing, search engine is being blocked in China. The company says it's trying to figure out how to get it reinstated after it was allowed for several years under China's online censorship laws..

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"richmond housing authority" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"richmond housing authority" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From NPR news in Washington. I'm Laurie London. President Donald Trump has revealed his pick to replace former attorney Jeff Sessions attorney general Jeff Sessions who was forced out last month. Bill VAR will be nominated or the United States attorney general physician, I think he will serve with great distinction far served in the same role under president George H W Bush Trump made the announcement as he was departing the White House this morning for a trip to Missouri special counsel, Robert Muller and federal prosecutors in New York will be filing memos in court today detailing cooperation of President Trump's longtime fixed Michael Cohen Muller is also set to reveal more details about his Russia investigation and disclose what X Trump campaign chair. Paul Manafort lied about when his plea deal fell apart. The president is heightened his attacks on the investigation with a multitude of tweets just this morning employers pulled back on hiring in November. But the unemployment rate. Held steady at a nearly five decade low. The Labor Department's latest figures released this morning also show monthly wages increased less than expected. Mark hamrick. Senior economic analyst with bankratEcom says it suggests another interest rate hike on the horizon it likely remains on track to raise rates by a quarter of a point bigger question. What will it signal regarding the direction of rates next year? The Dow down three hundred ninety one this is NPR from news. I'm Brian watt. Richmond officials are moving towards transferring the management of the city section eight voucher and public housing programs away from the Richmond housing authority. He cuties khloe Veldman explains. See barren.

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"richmond housing authority" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"richmond housing authority" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Says member supported VDI public radio. I'm Dave Freeman at six thirty live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. Employers in the US added one hundred fifty five thousand jobs in November fewer than a communists were forecasting. The nation's jobless rate held steady at three point seven percent wages went up. Justin Wolfer is an economics professor at the university of Michigan. He says the numbers will likely please the Federal Reserve, I think people are going to be very very relieved their job by some measures is to take away the Punch Bowl when the potty get started. And with unemployment getting to be quite low in jobs growth having been so fast. It was starting to look like my tune into an economic potty. So things slowing up a little bit means that the economy might be on a somewhat more sustainable Pasquin certainly takes away a little bit of the impetus for the fit to raise rates quite as. As quickly as other ones been claiming the French government is warning of possible violence at tomorrow's yellow vest protests in Paris, NPR's Eleanor Beardsley is in the capital. She says thousands of additional police officers are being mobilized after last weekend's protests resulted in dozens of arrests looting and burned vehicles. There will be more than eight thousand riot police on the streets of Paris and armored military vehicles will be used many shops are closing in a dozen museums including the Louvre and the Eiffel tower. Meanwhile, a parade of celebrities has called for calm. This is NPR news from Washington and from news in San Francisco, I'm Brian watt. Officials in Richmond are moving towards transferring the management of the city's section eight voucher in public housing programs away from the Richmond housing authority khloe Veldman explains. I.

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"richmond housing authority" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"richmond housing authority" Discussed on KCBS All News

"And real estate donations. News time three ten Richmond wants out of public housing. The decision would mean selling off Richmond six public housing developments. The investment could take up to three years mayor, Tom but said the Richmond housing authority is supported by HUD, and hud's support has been diminishing in recent years. That's the federal government hood is the federal government. He said that the city has had to use its general fund to prop up the housing authority to the tune of seven million dollars. And he says that is unsustainable. Who would take over the program has yet to be determined students at the San Jose. Conservation corps showed off their fix for the homeless crisis. KCBS is my Cogan tells us about the micro home solution does actually where you go ahead and are able to sit down and watch TV or to your right to your left. Right. Here's a countertop. These two hundred thirty five square foot. Homes which cost eighty thousand a Bill are fully contained conservation corps program manager Yok connects Posadas they have all the amenities that you need you can cook. You can has a shower has a bathroom living quarters even have TV and so forth and on top of it. You can move them. Right. 'cause you're on wheels about five to six weeks at most to build one nineteen year old matuyama motto is one of ten conservation corps students who are helping to build these homes that is out here. They would want a home. They will want a roof over a, you know, like they would want somewhere to stay and then stay on the streets late. We wouldn't want people especially young young adults want them. We want them to have a future. We don't want them to be homeless. The initial plan is to Bill five of these tiny homes for homeless students in San Jose. Why Colgan KCBS Sierra of renting a party house? And in Tahoe is coming to an end, a ballot measure has been approved that bans all vacation, home rentals and south lake. Talk who's neighborhoods and the measure was supported by a group of residents who are opposed to the growth of Airbnb and VR B, oh San Francisco police encourage residents to protect their mail this holiday season following the arrest of a suspected package. Thief in Glen park. KCBS is Carrie Hodousek reports she was captured on home security cameras Thirty-three-year-old Antoinette rate us can be seen wearing a black shirt with yellow cursive, writing police, say home surveillance video shows her pushing open a metal exterior gate leading to an enclosed area to take the packages. And then flee the scene chances. Are these suspects are not just stealing one package their crimes of opportunity. And that's exactly what officer Robert Rebecca's says the suspect did he says raiders, stole three packages from two homes. There was a Halloween costume and some other items that were stolen rita's. Pleaded guilty last week and was convicted of second degree robbery as the holidays approach. Police are now advising residents not to leave packages unattended for a long period of time customize your delivery options by holding the items for pick up at the post office instead for most of us, you're going to want to have a signature, you're you're gonna wanna require or or seek different ways to have that package. Be delivered. More securely at San Francisco. Police headquarters Carrie Hodousek KCBI many, south bay pilots are saddened by Santa Clara county's decision to close a small but popular airport in San Jose KCBS has Matt Bigler reports in many neighbors can't wait for fewer planes to be flying overhead..

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"richmond housing authority" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"richmond housing authority" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Now is eleven forty one at our Newswatch continues. Some sad news to report about a beloved former bay area radio broadcaster, Ray Taliaferro. Here's family reports that his body was found outside of Paducah Kentucky about a mile from where he was last seen nearly one month ago. Ray was last seen on the night of November tenth when he knocked on the door of a church in Paducah, the church music director later said that he had chatted with Ray for several minutes. But said Ray seemed disoriented and repeated himself several times it was the last anyone saw him is body was found this weekend after an extensive search. He has family is still working on learning. The details of his disappearance and death. Ray was an exemplary journalist at K G O radio for many years. He was the first African American major market radio talk show host in the country. Ray Talia Farrow was seventy nine years old. Well, it's a week of mourning for the forty first president of the United States the nation's four day tribute to former President George Hw. Bush includes a funeral on Wednesday at the National Cathedral in Washington DC. I spoke to an Oakland man who once served as Mr Bush's assistant press secretary. His name is Shawn Walsh. She lives in Oakland from nineteen eighty seven to nineteen Ninety-three. He served in the White House. As an assistant press secretary and saw firsthand now, President Bush dealt with issues like the night of the Gulf war. He just had a completely calm and steady hand he planned out what he wanted to do in advance. And then he executed on it. And he didn't have to boast or brag or spiked the ball in the end zone Walsh is the forty first president should be remembered as a leader with value ethics and courage. The man was just as kind as a day was long, and what people didn't see on the outside to all the things you gets four charity actually he officiated into the same sex. Marriage before that was a popular thing to do again. Lots of quiet decent things he did for for people. And they just don't make them like President George Herbert Walker Bush anymore. The body will be flown to Washington DC for a state funeral before. His body will be returned to Texas for burial. The Richmond city council on Tuesday will discuss whether to study dissolving the city's troubled housing authority and transfer. The authorities section eight subsidized housing operation to another agency city staff recommenced dissolving, the Richmond housing authority and making changes covering the six authority on housing complexes recommendations for those complexes range from selling them outright to continuing to operate them. With changes on how they are administered to converting them into section, eight housing operations altogether. KCBS news time is eleven forty four. We've got sports with Joe Hughes coming up what does building a better Bank. Look like. It starts with building Capital One cafes warm.

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