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"san mateo alameda" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The public Health Department reports. So far, some 80 charter, parochial and private schools have applied. 40 of the school's plans are currently being reviewed until you McAvoy news. San Mateo, Alameda and Solano counties have moved down a tear on the state's Corona virus reopening plan. They join other Bay Area counties on the red or substantial risk here, which allows more businesses to reopen that leaves Contra Costa in Sonoma County, Still in the purple or widespread risked here. The state's health and Human Services Secretary, Dr Mark Galley, says the Corona virus numbers are staying low while the state gradually reopens. And that's a good sign. We can begin to have this slow and stringent reopening plan for our economic sectors, while not seen any early signs of increased transmission or any reason to move backwards. In a statement, Alameda County Public health officials said bringing elementary students back to schools for in person learning is a top priority for the next phase. Leaders in San Francisco's Armenian community say recent cases of anti Armenian vandalism attacks are a result of political tension back at home, the Shannon Lin explains. On Sunday suspects allegedly fired gunshots near the K C V R meeting school by partner said damaging assign. The school was also vandalized with racist graffiti back in July last week Thursday in Armenian church and Laurel Heights was burned down with police investigating possible arson. Some community organizers like Cacique Tozzi on say the incidents are due to territorial disputes between Armenia and Azerbaijan. Tajin says the vandalism is a step in the wrong direction. I see it in the front American values. You know, they wanna have their say they should have it politically, They should have it loudly and we heard, but it doesn't give them the right to go off so violence. The FBI says they're monitoring the situation but have not yet opened an investigation. I'm Shannon Lin News, and I'm Brian..
"san mateo alameda" Discussed on KGO 810
"Six year old you in is a good kid who made a mistake and let his emotions get the better of him you want as a six year veteran of the San Jose police department there's a ramp closure in the South Bay and an issue on the Altamont pass seems to be resolving your KGO eight ten traffic sponsored by Safeway the fire was a preserving each Sunday Tuesday and Thursday until nine AM for senior citizens pregnant women or those with compromised immune systems to shop they ask that you avoid shopping so the most at risk members of your community and get the essentials they need and hello to park read from the Chilton auto body traffic desk closure continuing south eight eighty to south bound wanna one that ramp closed until two thirty this afternoon for guardrail repair Altamont pass some good news there the traffic alert has been canceled he spent five eighty eight the north flint over crossing L. brands had to clean up a dirt spell there things are starting to unwind from Greenville Santa Rosa watch out for this north down one one before steel wood debris and all the lanes there and a couple of problems in back of bill you spend eighty before Pena adobe a couple of vehicles over the shoulder there and the crash she's about eighty before cherry gland that one off to the center divide at the cemetery bridge landscaping westbound ninety two after the San Mateo Alameda county line to truck is over the shoulder metering lights are off no back up at the bay bridge your K. G. O. A. ten weather forecast a warming up beginning today and in through Wednesday today mid eighties and one mid seventies bayside mid sixties at the coast by Wednesday that will.
Bay Area Schools to Keep Campuses Closed Through End of Academic Year
"School districts across the bay area shut down their school sites today for the rest of the academic year KCBS reporter Doug Simon has the latest on the end of the traditional school year for hundreds of thousands of local kids it's official no more going to public school in San Francisco or maroon or Santa Clara San Mateo Alameda or Contra Costa county's county school superintendents and health officers in conjunction with local school districts are calling off in person education for the rest of this academic year at the direction of the state schools chief and governor Newsom we asked the governor so when will kids get to return to their schools this fall crystal clear about that have been crystal clear about this and I want the district to be even more crystal clear about this I mean the the prospects that in mid may or the end of the mate that we're going to send six million children back into the schools in populations that have been mixed for months to have the mix to come back home into her grandpa or grandma and care givers and a potentially see this spread explode is not one that will happen on my watch so it will be distance learning only classrooms by zoom video lessons it's cetera through at least graduation day twenty
"san mateo alameda" Discussed on KCBS All News
"An average of seven hundred ninety six dollars less per year caller click today and find out if we could save you hundreds on your car insurance it's eleven oh three at the bay area's news station KCBS with the sunny day coming tomorrow highs pushing near seventy in the warmer spots I'm John Evans here's what's happening school districts in six of the nine bay area counties officially closed today for the rest of the academic year of course schools have been closed for weeks now but they made it official here is K. C. B. S.'s ducks Auburn it's official no more going to public school in San Francisco or maroon or Santa Clara San Mateo Alameda or Contra Costa county's county school superintendents and health officers in conjunction with local school districts are calling off in person education for the rest of this academic year at the direction of the state schools chief and governor Newsom we asked the governor so when will kids get to return to their schools this fall crystal clear about that I've been crystal clear about this and I want the district to be even more crystal clear about this I mean the the prospects that in mid may or the end of the mate that we're going to send six million children back into the schools in populations that have been mixed for months to have them next to come back home into her grandpa or grandma and care givers and to potentially see this spread explode is not one that will happen on my watch so it will be distance learning only classrooms by zoom video lessons it's cetera through at least graduation day twenty twenty in the East Bay Doug sovereign KCVO just because you won't be able to go back to school doesn't mean you won't be able to graduate KCBS is Megan goals be with a message from the head of the California public school system Tony Thurman is California superintendent of public instruction we will ensure that our students in the class of twenty twenty we'll have the opportunity to graduate though it won't look like years past neither will these final months of school says eight and found deputies graduating from St without high school I wasn't surprised but I was definitely disappointed that our senior year was over he and his friend Katie Wheeler say they'll miss the exact same thing the most definitely going to miss just hanging out with friends at school and in class you know two months left in your senior year you get the kind of hang back a little bit and just have fun it's just it's really sad because it's like you don't get to really say bye to the people you wouldn't usually see everyday they both have college plans and their school has rescheduled graduation for August I'll definitely be really excited and it's happening at our school so it will I've I guess it will feel like we're back but definitely not like the end of in the school year that I wanted making gold speak KCBS San Francisco and San Francisco and the St as a city leaders today approved emergency paid sick.
"san mateo alameda" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Bringing the total there to twenty one officials are clarified though that the latest deaths did not happen in the past twenty four hours other just being reported now due to delays school districts across the bay area shut down their school sites today for the rest of this academic year KCBS reporter Doug sovereign has the latest on the ends of the traditional school year for hundreds of thousands of local kids it's official no more going to public school in San Francisco or maroon or Santa Clara San Mateo Alameda or Contra Costa county's county school superintendents and help officers in conjunction with local school districts are calling off in person education for the rest of this academic year at the direction of the state schools chief and governor Newsom we asked the governor so when will kids get to return to their schools this fall I believe crystal clear about that I've been crystal clear about this and I want the district to be even more crystal clear about this I mean the the prospects that in mid may or the end of the mate that we're going to send six million children back into the schools in populations that have been mixed for months to have them next to come back home into her grandpa or grandma and care givers and to potentially see this spread explode is not one that will happen on my watch so it will be distance learning only classrooms by zoom video lessons it's cetera through at least graduation day twenty twenty in the East Bay Doug sovereign KCBS meanwhile the state superintendent of public instruction has a message for one group of students in particular as KCBS is making goals we reports it's the graduating seniors what's my message to the class of twenty twenty that is what state superintendent of public instruction Tony Thurman was asked on a virtual call with teachers parents and the media today it's something he says he's been asked a lot we understand it's difficult we understand it's disappointing for those of you who hope to be in a graduation procession in may or June and there is nothing he can do about that part of it he says many districts are planning virtual graduation ceremonies or in person once whenever all of the shelter in place orders are lifted but the most important thing that I want to tell you that we know we can deliver on is that it's okay for you to graduate that you will be able to pursue college or any form of post secondary education and I want to commend our students in the class of twenty twenty I want to commend their families for your perseverance and first sticking to it and for rising to meet this challenge colleges in California he says I've been working very closely with the public school system to make sure the seniors are not disadvantaged in any way they're doing this by dropping SAT requirements and accepting pre requisite classes on a pass fail system making goals be KCBS yet another senior care facility in Contra Costa county is facing an outbreak of covert nineteen as KCBS is Matt Bigler has more on that new cases at a retirement home in Pleasant Hill the new outbreak is it Carlton senior living in downtown Pleasant Hill for patients have tested positive for covert nineteen one of them has since returned from the hospital facility so they're being a self isolating and being cared for at the facility work history or meaning three are still at the hospital Carl Fisher with Contra Costa county health services says nine staff members have also tested positive and are self isolating at home all this comes after an earlier outbreak at the Renda care center in Contra Costa county were over twenty four patients and twenty two staff members tested positive one elderly resident died over the weekend Fisher says communal facilities like this are required to be on lockdown during the shelter in place order but you were in the process of investigating how and why the disease is spreading in in this facility he says they've also called for state health officials to do an assessment at the around the facility to try and prevent the virus from spreading any further in the East Bay Matt Bigler KCBS KCBS news time for fourteen sponsored by star one named America's number one credit union six years running okay markets commercial take wind with Marcus by Goldman Sachs no penalty CD's wait there's a typo no penalty CD that can't be right no that's right no penalties all right take two with Marcus by Goldman Sachs no penalty CD you get a fixed rate of one point seven percent one point seven percent let's just get through the script okay take three with a Marcus by Goldman Sachs no penalty CD you get a fixed rate of one point seven percent on your money there are no penalties if you withdraw your balance early come on man even if you withdraw your balance early look if you're not going to read the script I can just do it myself okay okay with the Marcus by Goldman Sachs no penalty CD you get a fixed rate of one point seven percent for seven months on your 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"san mateo alameda" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"The order says residents to stay inside and only go out for things needed for three weeks this will last outing tomorrow Tuesday they're really trying to curb the spread of this new strain of corona virus and this affects those familiar with that part of northern California's counties of San Francisco mayor in Santa Clara San Mateo Alameda and Contra Costa you have millions of students staying home now over there just like over here now from stop the spread of coronavirus the only CBS news time is ten fifty one how are schools handling corona virus with CBS and education Dr Steve Q. sin I wish I had a crystal ball my hope is it will peak shortly and the number of cases will subside I'm covering the story from two perspectives first as education reporter second as a professor whose classes have been canceled schools in the tri state area are responding in various ways the sum it's business as usual with deep cleaning of classrooms and common areas others are closed altogether some colleges have suspended classes and turn to online instruction as many listeners know a teacher Hofstra in the department of radio TV film and new media we caught a break because spring break is this week university has some time to make contingency plans it just in the calendar or through distance learning teachers at some schools are receiving tutorials on zoom teleconferencing but how do you teach a lap course ceramics or archery online we're in uncharted waters the news radio eight eighty hoping things improve and Lister stay safe I'm doctor Steve tusen.
"san mateo alameda" Discussed on KGO 810
"Hundred seventy I'm in Kate's this is time for thirty one on Kim McAllister officials in six San Francisco Bay Area counties are issuing a shelter in place mandate today and it affects nearly seven million people including the city of San Francisco the order says residents must stay inside and denture out only for necessities for three weeks now starts at midnight part of a desperate attempts by officials to curb the spread of the corona virus infects the counties of San Francisco Marin Santa Clara San Mateo Alameda and Contra Costa millions of students are staying home from school to contain the spread of the corona virus with districts covering eighty five percent of the state's students shuttered here's Jim Roope Sunday California governor Gavin Newsom ordered the statewide closing of bars wineries in night clubs all gatherings of fifty or more canceled and less than fifty must comply with social distancing the six county region known as the bay area just tighten things even more with an executive order banning all non essential movement violation of which is a misdemeanor police say however they'll take a compassionate approach ask for voluntary compliance stores banks government services remain open but unless it is necessary residents are told to stay home I'm Jim Roope Gilroy is reporting the city's first death from the corona virus it was an elderly woman whose husband has also been confirmed to have covert nineteen several firefighters who responded to their home have been placed under medical self monitoring just as a precaution San Francisco transportation officials say they will temporarily suspend enforcement on certain parking restrictions during the shelter they include residential permits seventy two.
"san mateo alameda" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Very very I would rate ourselves and and the professionals I think the professionals have done I from KQED public radio this is live special coverage of the latest developments of the corona virus and covert nineteen pandemic I'm Scott Shafer and we're expecting San Francisco mayor London breed and that county health director grant Colfax to hold a press conference shortly announcing what we understand to be a public health order requiring residents to stay at home except for essential needs we're going to be bringing you the mayor's remarks along with the county health director as soon as they begin talking there is a podium set up outside room two hundred in city hall and we do expect the mayor to be coming out shortly Daniel Benton KQED science reporter joins me now and then you know we're hearing that a total of six bay area counties are issuing these orders that will be effective at midnight they include in addition to San Francisco Santa Clara San Mateo Alameda Marin and Contra Costa counties some counties like napa and Solano not a part of that as of yet but based on what you're hearing and reading and of course this is a very fast moving story what do you understand this key phrase which is essential activities that's the phrase that is in the draft order from the health department that we have a copy of the what is your understanding of the purpose of this order and how it will be implemented well this order is all about slowing the spread of the disease in that area and it's quite a severe us quite a severe step essentially what we're seeing is that this will require people to stay home except for all the financial activities but things like seeing your doctor or going to the gas station getting groceries taking her dog out for a walk we're seeing those are still going to be activity that we can do and do we have a sense of and I'm sure we'll course will be hearing more for the mayor but do we know how that's going to be how strictly will that be enforced I mean my understanding is that the police and sheriff's departments will be out looking for people who you know may be out in in violation of this order unless of course they're going off to get groceries but there's like there's a fairly lengthy list in this draft order of businesses which are deemed to be a sensual include laundromats dry cleaners obviously delivery services groceries child care facility so it's isn't that kind of thing that we've seen for example in Italy where the entire you know a whole region of the country was literally locked down and sheltering in place that's right I mean this is in order so it will be enforceable by law enforcement but it does it does specify that it's okay to take care of family members and other household or take care of people who are vulnerable elderly neighbors or neighbors who are in a compromise who have compromised health so you know but people can still use public transportation if they need to get to the doctor or if they need to go to the grocery store it's still okay to go for a walk go for a hike as long as people are maintaining distances I talked about that social distancing online about sixty as being useful for preventing that this disease spread and of course this is happening on a day when we are seeing many many schools that have been closed off throughout the bay area we've got mayor breed in a number of other local officials assembling now at the podium and that we're going to listen to the mayor and I hear what she has to say all right good afternoon and thank you everyone for joining us here today my name is London breed I'm the mayor.
"san mateo alameda" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Biggest concern is just. Are we making campus safer in General, Michael believe Stanford needs to do more? And not just in this case. I can only wonder what kind of failure in the system caused him not to P found out as a registered sex offender. And the university spokesperson says Mond does not live on campus. The Megan's Law website says he is staying in Palo Alto. That was KPI x five's Maria Medina reporting bay area housing markets are heating up anticipation of PEO cash outs. KCBS reporter Margie Schaefer tells us the real estate market is much different than the one Facebook millionaires met last decade, total number of bay area home sold in April saw the smallest decline in some period of time and chief economist with compass Selma, hep says buyer activity is picking up based on the number of homes currently in contract number is up nine percent year over year sales of homes in San Francisco, San Mateo Alameda have all tallied increases. She says home. Price between one and two million have struggled impacted by tax reform, while sales of homes price above three million have surged last decade people buying after the Facebook IPO entered the market post housing collapse. You wanna different bind situation today where we're home prices are again at all time peak particular differences, call she says the unlocked cash will not all go into real estate. Venture capitalists will now have an opportunity to invest in furhter innovation in more startup and that circular effective. Venture capital can also benefit real estate Margie Schaefer, KCBS KCBS news time, twelve twenty. Three officials have arrested Marin county man, they say was driving to San Francisco to steal packages from doorsteps forty year old Alexander Reyna Hassan Hassanzadeh of Lucas valley was arrested on Thursday on suspicion of possessing stolen property, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. Officials say that numerous boxes from Amazon. John were found both inside and outside Raza, Hasan Sada's, home, routing labels had been removed from many of those packages, but those with legible labels were addressed to San Francisco residences. Investigators also found substances they believed to be heroin and cocaine in one.
"san mateo alameda" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"The subject of six civil detainers requests to the county from agents trying to take him into custody, according to ice officials. He had been held on at jails on a number of prior convictions, including drug charges, burglary and one felony charge. And yet he was let go because Santa Clara county. Let's go, but the counties around there, San San Mateo Alameda, and Monteray they notify ice when when some of these violent illegal gang bangers are being let out of jail. So they can be picked up ice doesn't get one hundred percent of them, but they got a shot. And so even the San Jose Mercury news is running editorial today say got to do something about this sanctuary city nonsense. That's getting American citizens killed. Like singe like officer singed like Kate Steinle, eight four four five hundred forty two forty to tell you about what happened with the remember the woman last November that was one of one of the earlier caravans, and she said she was in Tijuana. And she said they were feeding or pig food. Got an update on her. See if you can guess what the update is. So we'll take your calls. We come back eight four four five hundred forty two forty two. Should he shut down the border do care if there's going to be a guacamole shortage in three weeks whenever he does it? We'll be right back. Eight four four five hundred forty two forty two. The stock market has reached all time highs since President Trump entered the White House but economic data points to rough seas ahead. Remember two thousand eight are you prepared for another prolonged downturn in the markets? Protect yourself and your wealth by diversifying and gold and silver with a Ryan Metal Exchange precious metals or the best hedge against the stock market. Crisis geo, economic uncertainty. Whether you're looking to add precious metals to an IRA or you would like to take insured delivery of gold and silver coins. The experts at Orion Metal Exchange will help you every step of the way. And unlike other online outfits Orion will continue to keep you abreast of the market from purchase the cell to get a free, no obligation report from Orion text free kit. The forty eight forty eight forty eight text free kit all one word to forty eight forty eight forty eight the report is free. And an Orion expert will help you start protecting your wealth with an investment in precious metals and with a you'll get more metal for your money to get the free report text free kit, the forty eight forty eight forty eight again text free kit, the forty eight forty eight forty eight we'll be right back with your calls. I'm Howie Carr. He's the guru of rand. World-famous vetinarian Gary Richter has a new trick to improve your thoughts food at home without switching brands to learn how to help your dog live a long healthy life voted dog thrive. Eight dot com. That's dog thrive. The number eight on. Aw. Nestled in the heart of New Bedford. Discover the award-winning Baystate we know indoor they sell an install energy, efficient, vinyl windows entrance. Doors storm, doors, patio, sliders and screens, a never use subcontractors and offer same glass repairs on double pane windows. Family owned and operated for sixty six years. Visit Baystate window and door three sixty four actually boulevard in New Bedford open Monday through Saturday at eight closed. Wednesday's visit Baystate window and door dot com. Hidden brook veterinary services, located at seven twenty six eight Dartmouth street Dartmouth takes the very best care of your special four-legged, friends large and small reprints lottery. Treats them, all.
"san mateo alameda" Discussed on KGO 810
"Jane? Good afternoon. I'm Pat Thurston. Yeah. Let's talk about sanctuary city down our sanctuary. I guess it's county it's sanctuary state actually for the state of California. We are a sanctuary state, but different municipalities handle the sanctuary laws differently. The state has there are some things that you are allowed some discretion on. So you know, you can make certain decisions in Santa Clara county right now. There's an editorial in the Mercury News where the Mercury News is encouraging that Santa Clara county changed their sanctuary policy. So that those people who are violent offenders. They are turned over to ice, or at least ISIS notified that. They are there that they're about to be released. So that ice can come and get them. And I guess deport them which is what should happen right now in San Mateo, Alameda, and Monterey counties. They do notify. Ice went potentially dangerous criminals are about to be released from county jails like I said that's allowed by the state law. The state laws intent is pretty clear at bars local law enforcement agencies from cooperating and communicating with ice unless there is either a federal warrant or if the person has been convicted of any of the more than eight hundred serious crimes that are listed in the law, and in that case you can cooperate with ice authorities. What the Merck editor editors are saying is that notifying ice when serious criminals are released doesn't provide any guarantees that ISIS going to pick them up. It also doesn't ensure that they won't reenter the country and break the law, but that it is a critical step toward providing additional public safety that residents deserve any just makes sense doesn't it? I mean, here's the way. I see it. When after the Kate Steinle was murdered on the pier. After that happened. I had Jeff Adachi who was the public defender at the time and Ross mercury me together on the air with me. And it was weird because maybe the only time in their lives. These two people agreed on the whole sanctuary city concept and the way they explained the concept to me was that it was essential that the people who are here in the state of California in the BA let's talk about San Francisco in San Francisco who were undocumented that they needed to feel comfortable working with the police department, and I've heard a lot of sheriffs and chiefs of police speak similarly about this the when a crime is perpetrated a lot of times, they could not get the cooperation from the people who were victims of crimes or witnesses to crimes, and they couldn't get that cooperation because people were afraid of of cooperating with police, even when they themselves have been violated maybe raped maybe robbed maybe beaten up. They didn't want to cooperate with the police because they were afraid that the police would check their status, and they would be setting themselves up for. Reporte shen. They didn't want to bring any undue attention to themselves kind of made them sitting ducks for the purpose in my opinion. So that's the way it was explained to me. And I'm finding good with that. It's fine. Not to check people's immigration status. When you ha, you know, every time you have an encounter with them as a police officer was fine to me was that you had somebody who is a serial offender or you have somebody who is a violent offender, and you take them into custody. And then you're about to release them, and you do not notify immigration authorities who could dispose of that individual by deporting them, you don't notify them. Why to protect them from what from having to be responsible for the crimes that they've committed the violence that they've inflicted, and when you do that and you release that person back into your community where are they going to go? They're going to go right back to the very community that they likely violated in the first place. So those people that you're telling me you want to protect the people who are otherwise model citizens who happened to be undocumented that you want to be able to report crimes to the police department, those people work with you. They report that there's a criminal in their midst. They report that they've been victimized they've been raped. They've been assaulted whatever's happened the police come pick them up take them into custody. They serve their time. You let them out and they come right back to that community where they are going. Victimize people again, and they don't have to when we're dealing with people who are citizens here who have committed violent crimes we have to take them back. You know, we try to rehabilitate we have programs. We do all those things because that's our obligation because they are citizens of this country. If they have come in here, and they are undocumented individuals, and they have committed and even if they're documented, frankly, if they come here, and they violate that agreement with us, and they and they victimize people. They commit violent crimes, then I don't think you give them any quarter. I think you know, if they're actually guilty of those crimes, you prosecute those individuals, and when they have served their time you send them back. We have no obligation to keep those people in our society. Now, if it's something puny and minor they're not a danger. If it's somebody who's J walked if it's somebody who's got a traffic violation. Then. Yeah, you, you know, you don't need to run their immigration status. That's kind of silly. They're not posing a danger to anybody. But if they've committed one of those crimes, the California has outlined one of those eight hundred crimes, obviously that is a person who is we're taking a look at so in Santa Clara county right now, they're not doing that. Unlike some of the surrounding counties that are it seems common sense. Now, they also tell us that unfortunately, once you notify ice that there is someone who is who was a violent offender who is about to be released that there's a pretty good chance that ice is not gonna come and pick them up. Anyway, I don't know why. It doesn't make any sense to me that is wouldn't according to the mercury editorial. This is what they state ice doesn't have a good. Rick record of picking up the fenders when notified by counties, but Santa Clara county should do what it can to make the county safer. Yeah. Yeah. I really I don't object to any of this. If the point of sanctuary cities is to protect people who are otherwise law abiding or protect people who pose no danger, who's you know, crimes are so minor that they pose no danger to the community. I'm on board with that. I'm not on board with allowing people. We don't have to allow to be here to continue to victimize us in who are they more likely going to victimize they are more likely going to victimize the very people that you tell me the sanctuary city is designed to protect because they're likely going to go back to the communities. They know the communities who share culture to share language, you know, who shared perhaps their origins with them. And that's who they are going to victimize. So this makes absolutely no sense. To me, you tell me eighty eighty eight ten is the telephone number eight hundred eight eight ten especially. If you are someone like me who thinks that sanctuary cities are a good idea who thinks that there's rationality behind California being a sanctuary state. Should it? Apply to people who are violent should it. Apply to people who are habitual offenders should those people get protection. And why why because you are simply then opening the door to further victimization of the people you said you wanted to protect the sanctuary laws and to the society at large eight eight eight ten the telephone number eighty eighty eight ten let's see let's go to Steve Steve is calling from Los Gatos, Steve. Hi, welcome cagey. Oh, yeah. Pat, you've hit a lot of topics here. Of my. I've been in contact with one of the well supervisors actually for my area. I spoke with him on the phone. It took a long time. And he told me that at some time ago actually a number of years ago. He tried to bring this up. About letting people stay here that obviously have criminal backgrounds, and you know, after the Newman situation what was revealed seeing or you can have multiple drunk driving offenses, and they cannot contact ice until they kill someone or seriously injure him. You know, I it became quite apparent. There's a lot of loophole. So I got involved in. I started calling around called Beal. Instead, what are they gonna do? And of course, it took a long time. But they finally got the feeling set. Now, we just can't we we're just not going to do this. Why would you why would you wanna keep someone here? That's they don't live in Atherton. They're going to harm other people that are here illegally. Committing crimes. That's it. Mike Wasserman did say he would definitely felt like he was four the change. So then I quickly started calling a all at Cortizo who's bringing. He's the one. That's putting it on the docket Ed on the night of April. I believe it is but people, but see if you've already read this in the news, you realize that there's a group out there, and I don't understand their thinking, they call themselves immigrant rights. Oh, wait. If you're for the rights of people that are here illegally, you'd want to protect them, not sit there and make sure that Steve thank you you. And I are on exactly the same page here. I I don't know. I can't understand the rationale there. It's not logical. If you're going to protect these people, let's protect these people. Why would you want then to release into their midst one more thing as an educator? I have sat after breaking up fights United knives with a genius and studying yours, and you're sitting there with police officers. They do not. I repeat do not testify or snitch on each other. And if you snitch on one of them, the reprisals like the lady up in Santa Rosa, who's ear legally her boyfriend was too. He was beating her up. She felt comfortable going to the police. She did they took him in. He was out on bail the next day. He killed her. And we all know that MS thirteen how they dismembered that I was at Norfolk county for testifying against them. So this business of protecting people. It's just a it's it's a fallacy. It is real it's ridiculous niche on the gang. You didn't snitch on the Italian mob peck, you don't snitch on the cartel because the reprisals are just too serious. So anyway. Absolutely. It's absolutely true. Steve. And I don't I don't get it. I don't understand the rationale. And if somebody can explain it to me, please do why would you want to protect the people who are the violators who are the ones who are victimizing people within their communities, and you know, there are stored and of course, violence happens everywhere. And unfortunately, when it comes to domestic violence, there are a lot of cases where a person suffers domestic violence over and over and over again, they report it finally the persons arrested. And then when the person gets out they come back, and they may kill them or they may do worst damage to them. Those are real stories, and we have to deal with that we have to deal with that with the people who are citizens here. The people who we have an obligation to, but we don't have to deal with that with somebody who has come here undocumented, and then perpetrates the worst crimes violent crimes against other. Other people who have become our community members. Whether they are documented where they are undocumented or whether they are citizens when you begin to victimize people within our community. No matter what their status, we don't need you here. We don't want you here. And since you are not a citizen. I don't believe we have an obligation to keep you here and to have to deal with your violence any further, we can send you back to your home country, and let them deal with you. Now, you know, if you sneak back in we'll have to deal with you again, unfortunately..
"san mateo alameda" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The survey included voters in San Francisco Santa Clara, San Mateo Alameda, and contra Costa counties, very few bay area voters residents only three out of ten feel that it's a good idea to tax jobs because what you tax you often scare away cog more Dino CEO of the Silicon Valley leadership group, which conducted the poll said increasing the cost of doing business could result in companies looking. Elsewhere many have long thought that bad traffic. High housing costs are the curse of full employment. No, we have bad traffic in the high housing costs because we have not kept up with the transportation improvements, we need and the housing production that we need. Why KCBS San Francisco has settled a wrongful death lawsuit in a high profile police shooting just days before the trial was. To start in December of two thousand fifteen. Mario woods was shot and killed by police who thought he was a suspect in an earlier stab began was carrying a knife. What's his mother contains that he contends that? He never lifted the knife or threatened officers before he was shot at least twenty times when Lynnwood sued the city, which will now pay an undisclosed amount to settle. The city attorney's office says quote this settlement allows us to reach a resolution without the need to go to trial jury trial was set to begin in federal court on Monday. A huge stash of pot plants was confiscated by San Francisco. Police with two people arrested more than thirty four hundred marijuana plants were found growing and four homes in the sunset district. Police also seized three vehicles and eleven thousand bucks in cash. They say the homes had been rigged for growing, which meant numerous fire code violations and illegal electrical, work, 38-year-olds, Stephan pan and twenty one year old Kwong ki Chen, both San Francisco have been charged with four counts of illegal cultivation and conspiracy..
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"Website says the English beat frontman Roger Charlie has died and a YouTube interview posted this year, he said doctors found to tumors in his brain after he suffered a stroke, Charlie who also founded the group general public was fifty six. Deborah rodriguez. CBS news. It's three zero five at the bay area's news station KCBS with rain today. Showers tonight showers tomorrow morning sun returns tomorrow afternoon, I'm John Evans. The search has been suspended for a Mercer county man he disappeared yesterday morning after going for a swim of friends of Rockaway beach Pacifica. Twenty eight year old Tyler Collins in two friends were staying at a nearby motel and decided to go swimming at three thirty in the morning. They thought they were being pulled out by the tide. So they decided to get out of the water Collins never surfaced coast guard crews along with police and fire spent the day searching with no luck. The search was suspended last night. And the San Francisco medical examiner confirmed that the body found at fort Funston this week was that of curious sunshine. Scarlett she and a friend were walking a dog on a beach on February twenty-second when the cliffside gave way burying them one woman and the dog were able to get free, but Scarlett disappeared crews searched for days to no avail her body was discovered Monday morning and officially identified yesterday. Berkeley will be cracking down on RV parking. But says it will do so in a fair and humane manner. Here's KCBS is Margie shaver. It was a contentious meeting as the RV band was discussed. You're out of order. If you do not stop. We will have to clear the room public comment lasted hours. Berkeley, talk Kastner told of losing a six figure job and a place to live and then buying an RV for shelter neighbors. When I started. The most wonderful people retail workers, employees and delivery, but business owners who have lost parking painted a much different picture of the RV dwellers. We've been threatened by the RV people on our street and the police say they can do nothing. The city is enabling this behavior. There is nothing compassionate about permitting people to live like this and subjecting tax paying citizens and local businesses to the degradation of our resources and quality of life along with the ban. The city also agreed to create a permitting system that would give exemptions to some RV's. RV dwellers are asking the city to identify alternate locations in Berkeley, Margie Schaefer, KCBS a poll of more than fifteen hundred bay area workers found little support for the concept of imposing a per employee tax on big business to pay for local services KCBS explains. The survey included voters in San Francisco Santa Clara, San Mateo Alameda, and contra Costa counties, very few. Bay area voters and residents only three out of ten feel that it's a good idea to tax jobs because what you tax you often scare away. Gino CEO, the Silicon Valley leadership group which conducted the poll said increasing the cost of doing business could result in companies looking. Elsewhere many have long thought that bad traffic..
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"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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"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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"Welcome to real estate buzz, happy second Saturday or the new year. Oh my gosh. I'm telling you really hoping that this is going to be a new year of cheers. Okay. We've been through the years. We've been to the tier is now let's make it some chairs can you cheerfulness? Hey, this why you're tuning into my show because I'm gonna make you laugh, maybe it's make you cry. But you know, it contemplate either way I'm going to entertain you with my information. That's why I call my style informative humor. So if you've just tuned in San Fran Marianne Marianne condone, this is real estate buzz where my goal my mission is for you to get your info Honey to make or even keep your real estate money. So that is the greatest thing I've ever heard, and you know, what hey, we can live together. And I promise that working with me, you won't get stung. Hey, I've been staying alive. That's why I'm here. I'm heritage take the stings for you. So happy new year to the bay area. San Francisco, contra Costa, Salona Moran, San Mateo, Alameda County, San Jose. Hey, we know the way to San Jose. But as. No more expensive right now. So today, the San Fran Marianna. Okay. An hour fifty thousand watts power. You don't think that's powerful? Hey. It is very powerful. Geographically, speaking. Which is a third of the state. But guess I'm gonna believe streaming. I'm statewide nationwide and worldwide anything on talk about is heard around the world, I call it ubiquitous marketing because I'm around the world all at one time maybe different time zones, but all at one time. So anyway. So twenty nineteen. I'm really sorry. I wanted to give it out last Saturday. But if you're already commuting you already know, so guess what happened in January first to twenty nine hundred nineteen tolls went up. Okay. That is the most awful thing. I've heard okay, really it's tough enough to grind that commute bumper-to-bumper, especially through the bay bridge into the city or six eighty south to San Jose or eight eighty hey, all of them are really tough. So guess what happened? So three measure three regional measure three didn't measure up to our pocketbooks, but it's certainly measured up to the toll plaza. And they've increased a tall by one dollar in two thousand nineteen and one dollar and twenty twenty two and one dollar and twenty twenty five oh, they're staggering the pain. Carpool told will remain at fifty percent of full tolls. Okay. So what bridge is okay now, don't forget being extra money because if you don't have your money to pay the toll guess what happens you get a ticket is it twenty five dollars or thirty five dollars. What are those numbers? But you don't want that that's expensive. If you don't pay it right away, the double it. So be careful. Be wise. Bring your pennies bring your dollars. And if you're crossing the Antioch bridge. Benicia Martinez bridge, the carquinez bridge the Dumbarton bridge. Hey, it's you know, it's it's we're all across the bridge. But the Dumbarton name so Richmond Santa fell bridge, San Francisco Oakland bay bridge and the bridge San Mateo Hayward bridge. So why was it done? Well, it was to prove and raise four point five million dollars to help aid projects like extending Bart to San Jose and fixing congestion on. In the bay area freeways. What's my sediment to them? And why am I talking about it? Because it affects my buyers by homebuyers, it affects you know, what we have to do to buy a home and becomes part of our costs. So I think you need to be cognizant of this because back in the eighties. They had us. We only use pay thirty five thirty five cents for these state bridges. Okay. And I don't mean the bay bridge or cemetery or center fell, but I'm any Benicia carquinez bridge. It was twenty five cents at thirty five cents to cross. So we approved it to one dollar then we proved it to two dollars. Then we approved it because they're talking about extending Bart to San Jose. The biggest grind in. This bay area is eighty north going to Benicia Vallejo, Fairfield. These commuters are suffering just like highway for commuters. So not to get political. But they promised a high-speed railway to connect Solano county to San Francisco with those exaggerated toll plaza dollars. We never got it. How many years now one thousand nine hundred eighty s we're twenty going on thirty years, and we never got it. So, you know, should we be involved? Should we care? I think we should care. But you know, one thing that we're going to be good with this. If they can allocate that money to where they're saying, let's not forget Solano county and highway eighty that's the biggest grind, no matter. What time of day? It is it's always a grind. So so my heart sought to Solano county. I just put in my two cents, and you don't make dollars unless you make sense. But in this case, we're spending dollars, and we're getting no sense. So anyway, so by the way, if you're wanting to buy in Solano county, we're talking about Benicia Vallejo American canyon. Fairfield vacaville. I'm your gal because I've been representing buyers and sellers there for the last seventeen years old, by the way. I am a licensed realtor. Seventeen years wise ninety nine percent closer do a regular residential single family wonderful units. That's actually considered a first time buyer. You can get along up to a four plex, and you can have the three units paying for your rent? I mean, your mortgage through their rent, and that's considered you can still get a first time buyer loan based on that four units. One two duplex triplex are four plex. So if you're industrious, and you want to earn money, and you want to or many through that help pay your mortgage. Well, that's the way to go..
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"I know that there's a person in the past who him and Han about the flood insurance because they were actually Marin so they were anti juice. I sell them. I ran by the way. Hey, contra Costa Solano Marin, San Francisco San Mateo Alameda County, the whole five air barriers. The point. I'm making is is that the area was mapped for flood zone. So that meant extra insurance. Okay. But you know, you can't you can you can try, and as you said, there are certain ways that you can fight it. But the point is. Marin had some pretty bad floods there storm, and you can you can him. And how about having to have that insurance? If you're mandated you don't have any choice. But the point of the matter is is that if you have it, and we have some torrential storms, and it's going to inundate and 'cause flood damage then you'll be very happy to have it. How does that work out? Is there a deductible on that as well? There is typically a thousand or five thousand dollars depending on the situation. Okay. And what I looked you know, we've had we've talked so much this summer about people and fire areas. What I will tell you that if you have if you live in a fire fire area, and you hear this message or this show today. One of the things that happens after fire is erosion, so it takes a lot less. What rain create erosion when you've had the area burned, and then would be if all the station, but still there so we often see people say I'm not in the flood zone. But there's been fires in my area. And I'm concerned about erosion, well, you'll have flood insurance. You have mudslides you won't have floods, but you'll have mudslides now that said does the flood insurance cover that. It does. Okay. So that's very important. I especially the elevation of your poverty, and where it's located at the coffee is really important. Yes. Thank you. We know. It's very important. So that was the exclamation sound to that point. It is very important. And if flood insurance is you don't expect to use it because you're in a hi fi area. I mean, can they add flood insurance on if they're not in the area that's considered flood zone. Absolutely. And it's inexpensive. If you're not in a flood zone. Well, we we help people all the time. We want them to know that their homeowners.
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"Eight on the traffic leader kcbs kcbs six day forecast becoming mostly sunny on monday highs upper fifties the coast sixties bayside seventies inland tuesday partly to mostly sunny highs again ranging from the upper fifties at the coast to the low seventies wednesday through saturday mostly sunny highs near sixty at the coast low to mid seventies in line right now san jose's at fifty five degrees san francisco san mateo alameda concord and santa rosa all at fifty three degrees traffic and weather together on the eighth on all news one zero six nine and am seven forty kcbs get ready for a new genre in film trump movies kcbs is rebecca corral tells us more about our producer making movies for the people he says hollywood ignores patriots the producers of these movies don't envision them as blockbusters they're meant to appeal to a smaller audience a subset of american movie goers who aren't looking for high brow film about people or places in the country that he thinks hollywood has a tendency to pander to or ignore all together eric schwartz covers the film industry for the wall street journal he's referring to movie producer dallas sagnier whose movies target the kind of person who may have voted for donald trump did movies so far included a western and a movie starring vince vaughn we'll give me plenty of time to look at gaza unemployed mechanic who kills mexican drug dealers to protect his wife from a forced abortion maybe you've never heard of brawl and cellblock ninety nine which made a few ways that it's tiny theatrical release but quickly went to dvd and sold briskly at walmart in other words this was the opposite of a hollywood blockbuster the thing to remember is that the big studio release pretty much everyone and they cost a lot of money so they have to have this kind of big tent strategy dallas and his company soon they are working with much smaller budgeted films so they don't need to have wide jatropha releases they can sort of make a movie for a price and sell a lot of dvd's in walmart and turn a nice profit and make a good living that same producers making a reboot of the puppet master only this movie features nazi puppets murdering minorities rebecca corral kcbs broadway and hollywood star patricia morrison has died at the age of.