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"snow mccown" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"By pilot who died when his helicopter crashed top new york city skyscraper on june tenth tim mccormack said he did not know where he was shortly before the accident the national transportation safety board also says mccormack had asked air traffic controllers for permission to return to a heliport and then changed direction altitude several times he came within five hundred feet of the heliport before reversing course in striking fifty four story building north of times square no one in the building or on the ground was injured the n._t._s._b.'s preliminary report also shows the pilot was aware of fog and rain in the area but felt he had about twenty minutes to make it out mccormack's flight lasted only eleven minutes i'm joe ramsey rare pink rainbows were spotted yesterday evening and the south and west of england pink rainbows typically appear at sunrise and sunset and they picked because of the position of the sun in the sky at those times of day on wall street the dow was down one hundred fifty two points i'm mike moss tangling kiss of traffic sponsored by liberty for people who love cars the news a little better in snow mccown or a truck pulling a horse trailer caught fire the right lane remains closed now the left lane though is open cars can get through that stretch you're still backed up from sonoma's creek bridge with a sigler in effect lakeville highway is backed up to sleepy hollow dairy road as well that's in the southbound direction credited to the bay bridge westbound is slow east of the eight eighty overpass out to the metering lights which remain on traffic is heavy on the west end of the span as well leading into san francisco california and he'd collector car insurance only haggerty has the expertise and passionate protect your car quote and haggerty dot com slash west or with your local agent traffic i know an ad from bundling home and auto with progressive can save you money on your car insurance no kidding.
"snow mccown" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Happier guy getting fired. But I'm sure it's because he had years left on his contract is here. I'm getting a big Jack. Did you nothing light? Like hang out with my wife and dog by the only reason I bring up Colorado state because I think that if he's the same guy. I'm thinking of like this guy's a knucklehead he tweeted he tweeted at halftime as the head coach of Colorado state during a tournament game. Like, hey, let's go one more apple can win this. I'm like, what are you doing tweeting as a coach now, maybe it wasn't him. And if it was I apologize. But it was somebody that stories in the four recesses of my mind and just trying to extract it, and I think I'm right, but I'm not positive. You will help her extract up from your memory would be a cold plenty. Oh, that'd be so nice. This according to the chronicle the two thousand nineteen the younger released generated four point one six million dollars or sonoma's county. Wow. That that's incredible point one six. Million generated by visitors travelling from outside snow mccown, specifically the two thousand nineteen younger release to two of the Russian river locations in Santa Rosa area and the Windsor brew houses. Well, my goodness. But that that's incredible. Oh, really inside oracle park. That'd be a long line. Let's say one for your leg. Yes. How much is a plenty. Yes. Your leg looks nice slice that off and this your leg. And we'll give you one paint. Okay. So take my leg they serve plenty at oracle. As a bee's miss. Go. Yeah. Oracle park. That is oracle part. Okay. Let's let's we got be. That's so damn didn't any couldn't anybody else bid on that. Jeez. It's confusing. Now, can I just call where the giants? He's. So we're the giants play. They have. We have to do oracle too. Sees that's pretty cool. I know that it was up eight hundred thousand versus last year. So there you go a lot of that is going to be the new facility they built up to I've heard. It's incredible. I want to get up there. It's up to Windsor. And I have heard that one is just awesome. It's it's much bigger than the one in Santa Rosa, supposedly beer geek heaven is what it is just super cool Sumpter that one had a lot to do with the with raising a bunch of money. But that's that's pretty amazing. Especially after the fires. They did a great job in raising money for for the people up there. I know Vinnie Vinnie Natalie made beers in Africa. So no more strongest prior to think it was called. So they're helping raise money for the fire victims up there. But heck, I mean, this stuff is great to risen dick pic about that. I mean, they're making money too. So it's great everybody wins because you get to drink the younger. And then you raise four point one six million dollars for the county. But that's that's that's pretty awesome. It says tourists came from four hundred cities in forty two different American states. Wow. Or thirteen countries Thailand. Malaysia New Zealand about seventy three percent of those who visited Russian river traveled to the area specifically for the plane and release and more than a third paid to stay in snow mccown lodge. I mean, that's I mean, look, I love beer and everything. But I'm not going to Zealand to get a beer. Okay. How good the beer is that. That's that's that's a well. It was terrible beer in New Zealand. Not not anything against plenty. It's just like like you said that's a long way like what? What is Pliny just terrible. I mean, apply any New Zealand, terrible, Scott. Even the national beer. New Zealand would be awful because there's like we're going to go thousands and thousands of miles away to get a good beer. Ours is horrible. I'm going to pay thousands of dollars to get a ten dollar beer. Exactly. It's gotta be like, oh, this is terrible. Anyway, that's pretty amazing. That's pretty amazing to get to make that good. Then it is good. I mean, it didn't get any this year. But I've had it for the for the past five or six years. It's an incredible hookup. I did. But I just couldn't make it over there. But I I could have gone a scheduling some was I just couldn't quite get there. This year your priorities need to change. They do they do getting soft is what I am getting and get over there and get the get the beer that's okay at about six or seven of the year before and I'll be back next year. I'll be back won't go two years without the younger. That's for. Sure. All right Hake. Schulman's gonna join us coming up next if you hadn't heard Larry Baer has been suspended until July first. But there could be changes regardless of him coming back. We'll talk to him about that. Plus the product on the field as tonight is the final game of spring training technically over at oracle to that's what we're just going to call it oracle to and then the day off. And then Thursday, oh, I bet you will be calling at that for long. Oh, that'd be bringing a guarantee you that it's confusing. You go ahead. Arena. On that last. You'll be saying oracle park five times it show confusing. But thursday. All right. We'll get into it with a Hague showman from the chronicle or bow next here on the sports center..
"snow mccown" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"And non fon and our special guest. I'll have you pronounce his David Boon teasing. Okay. Here is the tertiary question. Where was George a Custer defeated Mark at Custer's last stand? That's exactly correct. What what was it was a battle? Anyone kathy? Battle of little big horn pretty next week. I'll have the answer the answer. Okay. Now, I could answer. Go ahead. I'm you. So we were talking about runner station or avenue, excuse me. And how its proximity to smart. So can you tell us a little bit about that? Yeah. I think you know, when you look at the opportunity to put thirty two acres in a suburban area in you're now, dealing with urbane issues such as rail transportation, there's a right way to do urban development. And I think there's a wrong way to do it. But smart was such a key components to our investment. Meaning that, you know, even though that currently right now that the smart train built kinda the middle leg. I in frightened. The most obvious is get it down to the water expert ferry next by the end of next year. The pressures of San Francisco real estate has I in our opinion has kind of caused people to look outside the fear of San Francisco, meaning in the central business district. And what rail does is it brings the central business district to runner park. You might not think of it as being urban. But you know. Railways was meant to take people from point eight point. Did it take people from low density suburban areas to high density CBD's central business districts, and it really doesn't matter where those are but runner station has enough critical mass to actually make that great sense of how close to the smart train drop off? Our willingness me if you were to get off the train runnin station in walk ten feet. He would be in the middle of the urban core close because that's one of the whole issues. We've sort of talked about, you know, off air today specifically, but it's like there are a lot of people can't really take the smart train because they're so far away from either their work that they have to take like another form of transportation to get to where they're going after the train. And I think that's really the the advantage of station avenue has all the other developments around the smarter stations. We have thirty two acres. So we. We try to do is use that same parking stall for eighteen hours a day. So we have daytime population in nighttime population. That's really smart Erico the names station avenue. I'm just figured that out. Go ahead. She didn't. Twenty minutes. That's good. That's that's a lot quicker than we. But I think for us. It's. Yeah. That's kind of we're all about is people are people are working in different areas. And the patterns are changing the most important reason, why people would want to be on smart is you're gonna work from a and you're going to get the b without having those having to take your bicycle or shutter things like that. So that's great. So how do you how do you figure this projects going to impact the city of rohnert park and even more so snow mccown in the north bay? I think a couple of reasons one economically. I mean, you know, we're four hundred million dollar projects. So the city of rohnert park is going to benefit from during construction thirty four hundred jobs in once we're open somewhere around twenty three hundred and about a million dollars a year, and they're cofer. So currently runner perks budget is thirty million were ten times. So I think there's going to be a lot of ancillary. Benefits that are happening around Wendy think this'll be finished. So the way we have it is so thirty two acres. The the piece that we would refer to as urban core is about half the site, and that includes one hundred forty thousand square feet of retail, restaurants, entertainment, muttering, thirty thousand square feet of office. One hundred fifty six boutique hotel, we'll all in about twenty very urban style loss wall opens September twenty twenty and if you go to our website, it's counting down by the second station has has station avenue station avenue arriving soon. Followed by that. We'll start delivering the residential units in two segments than they'll come in about four to six months after the okay, I think you need like a big baseball stadium or a big basketball team or even the football stadium. It's a real people on how much of the projects being devoted to housing David about half but half of the of the courage. So it's a good size. But it's, you know, station avenue is is as dense if not more so than the marina district in San Francisco poultry in the Fillmore district interesting because I could see people let's say in San Rafael, and that's where I live taking the train. If you have some really good night entertainment there with restaurants and all that stuff without having to drive all the way up there because it's always heavy traffic taking the smart train up there for the evening and then coming right back. Yeah. We've we're all about cure rating. And so. Curated right now are tenants in. We usually start with the food and beverage side of it. Because it just the way we look at retail retail is changing. We're not in the mall business, but we're in St. retail. But we consider ourselves more lifestyle neighborhood smart, because as you know, Amazon's kind of taking over the that industry, and so that's that's probably very smart. Yeah. And I think our our take on my take on on Amazon as it relates to retail is, you know, there's probably certain segments of retail that they didn't fail because of Amazon they failed because it didn't change your business model in twenty years. We'll terming like a hairstylist or nail salon. That's Amazon's not going to change that part going out to dinner. Yeah. And I think the one thing that the social aspect of just just going out. And dining you can order that online. I know you can order food and his shows up to kick it. But if you're looking for a nice. We can't do that. Sure. I remember when DVD's came out at the players and all that stuff. And DVR. We're thinking off movies are going to go out of business. But no people still want to go out of their house for some entertainment. Yeah. And I think from our standpoint to health and wellness is a big one. So we're about kind of the soul cycles. The love story yoga's is a group that we signed on health and wellness is really important. And so it's all about that neighborhood feel for us. So you see this is self contained or is it really going to be for inviting the rest of the community and at large in some accounting. I think a lot of people who are gonna choose to you the liver work there because of all these amenities, but we only have one hundred forty six units. But I think what it really becomes the becomes really a central downtown for snow mccown. Nice. So the headlines says four hundred sixty homes is that is that number accurate. Is that is it homes apartments condos? What's that gonna look like? Yeah. So we had were entitled to do four hundred sixty residential units. In those units are going to be all hundred percent rentals. In those rentals are in a series of three segments. So we have a very urban two story loft something that you would see in south of market. We have very traditional type of flat one two three bedrooms. And then we have row homes very similar to a town. Nice. Nice time. It's done the leg. Smart trained expert should be completed as well. That's next two thousand nineteen. I think two thousand nine hundred will be completed. We're gonna cut to our second commercial break here. When we come back. I do want to get also back to Phnom and Mark because of the deals of the week deals of the year became interesting. Tune and David stay with us. All right second trivia question. What regular character did? Larry, David, always voice on the TV show. Seinfeld. Right. That's eight eight eight nine one to eleven ninety to answer. This question. What regular character did? Larry, David, always voice on the TV show. Seinfeld. Right. Entertain the question. I do. I don't know the answer. Okay. That's all right. As long as you know, what the question is. That's all I care about. Right. All right. Dial.
"snow mccown" Discussed on KGO 810
"Thing that bothered me. Immediately was how much they were paid. They're paid a dollar a two dollars a day and a dollar an hour and they're fighting next to without all the training. The Cal fire gets in Cal fire averages like seventy four thousand dollars a year plus benefits, which I've heard can be double that with when you're talking about everything from four 4._0._1._K contributions to other benefits have a hold real anyway. So I look at this. And I think to myself. Okay. Well, they are volunteering that was my first instinct, but what are they volunteering for really fully understand that? Well, I found a woman that had done it for Twenty-three years. And she says, yeah, you know, governor Brown proposed about twenty six million to create a training and certificate Haitian program that would support incarcerator firefighters from receiving the training they need post release. And then I found out. Oh, when they get out matter what they've done and again, most of these are low level offender. There's no matter what they've done. They can't get a job as a firefighter afterwards of a whole litany of reasons why. And that bums me out the national prison project was told the Atlantic. Last year says you have to understand the uniquely chorus of prison environment where few things are clearly voluntary. In light of the vast power in inequality between prisoners, and those who employ them there's a real potential for exploitation and abuse, I read this, and I thought to myself again, this is my opinion that this is not what we should be doing to low level offenders, much less. Anybody else? Bottom line is is here. Here's what you gotta know is no bankers out there. They're no former politicians out there. These are people on the lower end of society, economically again, people who have probably been stuck in systemic poverty their entire lives, and they're out there fine. I know a lot you guys have no sympathy for whatsoever. That's fine. I'm just telling you, I do and that that's how I look at it. Let's go to Petaluma and talk to Andrew. Oh, Andrew you were in prison and you worked on a on a crew a fire crew? Yes. I did, sir. I'm on earth of all blast my name out there. My name is Andrew motel. I'm actually from Santa Rosa. I was on an inmate in two thousand three and I went to the San Bernardino fires. I wanted to talk about was the guy that called in you talked about what kind of academy through. And I understand that. That guy was what I understand that gentlemen guard for ten years he said, and you gotta understand those cards cut through some of the worst shit. You can't say that word on the air. Andrew on hold. Hold on put him on hold. Gotta dump that and put them on hold for a second. I'm we'll come back to them. And we got to wait for can't say, they you know, who else President Trump can say that word about. About congressman? Schiff? He called them something that sounds like our caller just said, but I for some stupid reason I can't let that word on the air. Although everybody listening to me knows what that word is. Karen, let me know when our. Go for it back. Okay. You sure. Okay. Andrew still there. Yes. That's all I, bro. I talk like that. I talk like that every hour of the day, except when I'm on the radio. So where were you in prison? Well, what they do is. They start at saying receiving two they called Chausson house. Susan Ville president up there. And that's their cap me for training. So what you have. Have is you have a big yard with all the shows on the big open grounds that it's a one third mile track. And what they do is your task for this whole thing is. He won't one mile around there. And then you tested a week in a group if you can make a one mile under eight and a half minutes, there's a class, and they call it a hog status. Go to that. And that's a pretty good run eight and a half. That's you gotta be in pretty good shape for running a mile. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So anyway, I was a smoker. I quit smoking and stuff to do this. It's five thousand foot altitude. And so you can't pass that they have a Bumblebee class and you train for two weeks orbs passing the class. So the bumblebees transfer two weeks just to be able to take the test. The hogs. A certain amount of work up pretty intense testing. And so on. What what qualifiers is eight and a half minute mile twelve mile power walk and inserting Thailand was on that. Anyway, it's a twelve mile Powell walk step up on a bench like a Bleacher for solid fourteen minutes twenty five on the ground push ups. It was twenty five shit ups, and it was twenty five. Burke's? Let me ask you another question before you go any further. Can I ask you what you were in prison for? Way different. And I'm allowed to talk a little bit about the real problems. I was a county coast that it had a had a ranger or with a pistol in my was in for aiding arrest, sir. Okay. Charge and that's the epidemic. Really? The only people that the ethics. Math in Sonoma County, I'm from Santa Rosa. And so the epidemic of male. Male life fan, and I really loved the ball with comedy central. And so. I don't want to say is it's pretty and can't. I was I'm gonna be fifty years old. And I gave it maybe thirty eight years old because I didn't go lake Arrowhead fire down there. And that's the part we wanted. But here's what you gotta understand. Okay. Fire. Vice CDF that goes to all this training is not any kind of comparison math trained person that has finally by for Easter. What he's gone through in the streets. That's where you gotta understand about that. Stuff that a drug addict. And some of these little offenders got put in their full isn't their first year. She's pretty heavy. Yeah. Here's the thing. I mean, it's a disease. Yeah. It's a disease. Here's also. There was a certain pride to and stuff like that. But what it was if you have two or three match charges, I guess in the county over three was a felony. And so that's the reason why finally when they called up the transit system because I was through on the the whole same Quinton overcrowding and putting us in Jimmy. I also the place and all that stuff. Yeah. And so they had to get rid of that. That's why they made all the drugs legal. Let's get back. I'm going to get back to the firefighting real quick with you. So so the training when you went out, and you were side by side with Cal fire or were you ever side by side with Cal fire or you were in safer places. What was it like fighting a fire with these these experienced firefighters? There was great. They were so nice to us. Dana Taylor is back more than. Speed ball around. That's gonna say that they didn't help us as far as mining. You're right. And so. The dollar an hour an end salt. I got I think I had eight hundred bucks must people in their standing on tobacco and stuff like that. It's up to nuts. They gave you two hundred dollars lead in Paris wet, and we had good by the only reason I really lucked out. But I'm from Sonoma County, and they put you know, if I will on a highway twenty-five camp that they call parliament fourth and issues there show camp that they showed the state what a nice camping out. Here's what they don't understand you. They have clearcut. Can't these people earning shed our camp out a giant garden by decree? We had like hallways like an art thing was old federal building for firefighters. So we had this greatest thing when we traveled around and stage at these other places, they're Mansell it was in package at dinner crap. And this and that we wanted to get back to our well, I shouldn't say about the salmon at the mill that the. Inmates were enjoying so Andrew a window. I gotta run here. But I want to ask him one last question. Are you doing? Okay now. You're right now. Man. No, actually, I apply for SSI on neck injury and had to turn it into psych meds for them to even listening. Anything? I'm standing my car. My I'm from snow mccown by this out, there franzini Christmas trees is a friend of mine, and I came to work hard to get my that word again e that word again, I gotta I gotta dump. Thank you, Andrew. I'm sorry. I appreciate you know. I mean, I'm telling you for everybody out there. The things drugs are weakness. It's a disease. Some people can do drugs once and walkaway some people do it, and they stayed there forever. And that's my big problem. Here is again, many of the people that are in prison for reasons that you have no idea it could be their parents taught them crime when they're young it could be that they got on drugs, and we're sick and did anything they could to feed that. And you know, there can be people there who just nasty pieces of crap. And that's fine. But again, what I'm saying is fighting fires is a noble and honored profession from professionals. And I'm not surprised at all that they treated prisoners. Well, like that one caller who was real pissed at me said that, you know, I have no doubt that they did that I did they treated them. Well, because firefighters I've known this, my uncle and others a few. I've met over the years. This is this is a very dangerous job these people. They don't get paid anywhere. Seventy.
"snow mccown" Discussed on KQED Radio
"All week Macron has been visiting major World War One battle sites such as verdone and the some to pay tribute to those who lost their lives and emphasize the lessons learned more than three million French German and British soldiers died in the four year war which began in July nineteen fourteen and was supposed to be over by Christmas. That's Eleanor Beardsley reporting. This is NPR. From kqed news, I'm Brian watt. A major wildfire a major wildfire in Butte county has been sending a massive amount of smoke into the bay area for the last twenty four hours. Authorities in Butte county as NPR reported confirmed this morning that five people were killed in the campfire their vehicles overtaken by flames in the now. Devastated town of paradise thousands of firefighters who support from the California national guard, the H P and scores of local fire departments are battling that fire and several others around the state. Mark your duty is director of the California office of emergency services. The magnitude of the destruction that we're seeing is a really again unbelievable and heartbreaking in our our hearts growth. Everybody who has has been infected by this and impacted wildfires across the state have destroyed more than eighty five thousand acres and hundreds of structures. Some one hundred fifty thousand people have been forced from their homes smoke from the campfire has kept thousands of bay area schools students home in sonoma's county, some two hundred schools are closed today. Steve Harrington is the county superintendent of schools we deal with inclement weather school closures in in snow mccown, and so it's not an unusual event to close school for a day. When the weather is bad, and he is either off or electric is out. But it's unusual to have basically good weather and close a school several other large bay area school districts.
"snow mccown" Discussed on KSRO
"News talk radio northbound one zero three five South County ninety four five. To the UN. Nikki Haley is leaving her post at the end of the year. It has been an honorable lifetime. Haley making the announcement as she sat next to President Trump in the Oval Office this morning, he will be leaving. Will be in constant touch. I know that one of the moment. Did you know all the players ABC news political director at client says it's too soon to tell who might replace her. There's all sorts of speculation. You can put out there up to including perhaps Ivanka Trump has talked about wanting to have that kind of a profile. I think we're going to have to see the dust. Settle little bit for we can talk about other other arrangements. Haley says she doesn't plan to run for president in twenty twenty hurricane Michael's expected to be a category. Three storm slams into the Florida panhandle tomorrow afternoon right now, it's a category. Two storm with one hundred ten mile an hour winds. It's forecast to hit near Panama City. Why are being lowered in New York to honor the victims of Saturday's limo accident? Upstate at killed twenty people Scott Goldberg, ABC news. Join Gordon talk and the good food. Our at the grand opening of a better way produce in nursery in Santa Rosa, Saturday October twentieth from nine to noon. Hi, Daniel are gives botanical artists, I'm the award winning resident licensed landscape designer and contractor our team has won first place. Fourteen years in a row. Snow mccown affairs, all of flowers and this year our garden, coastal charisma won best of show. I'm excited to be a part of better way produce in nursery. Our family would like to invite you to come to our grand opening enter our free giveaways. The grand prize is one hundred square.
"snow mccown" Discussed on KSRO
"And we'll have that full interview up on the website for you. It's it was a life changer for him. And for those of us who who hear about it? It's life changing for us to life changed in. Sonoma's county as we knew it the twenty five years ago when young Petaluma resident Polly Klaas was kidnapped out of her home in Petaluma, it became a national story. But for those of us who were here and who were looking and who were volunteering to find Polly class, it became a part of our lives and remained. So what came out of that not the not we didn't find Polly alive? But as a result of that kidnapping and that murder the Polly Klaas foundation was born and amazingly enough. It's twenty five years old. Now the foundation and rainy how're how is here. And she is the grand poobah of the Polly Klaas foundation. Hi, rainy. Hi, good morning. Pat. Thanks for us to believe it's been twenty five years. Most people have the same reaction where at a lot of. Public events distributing safety kits and things like that. And yeah, people ask how long has it been? And now it's been twenty five years in the foundation has been and continues to do such amazing work, rainy. The numbers are stunning. They really are number of families helped absolutely last year. We passed the milestone of assisting over ten thousand families to find their missing children to find their missing chill. That's right. And get them home safely. We're you know, worst sonoma's county based organization, obviously, this is our home, even though we are a national organization. So if your child goes missing in Texas, you can call us, and we have thousands of volunteers across the country that will help post fliers, but snow mccown is absolutely our home. And and and frankly, if paulie had been taken from another community who knows if the foundation would exist because it's it really belongs to this county the way that everybody showed up to look for this little girl. Oh, yeah. And in in Petaluma between the police department and and fire departments and community members and everything that just really adopted, paulie and spent so many hours and days, and yeah, it was it was a very striking experience changeable experience for all of us. And to to know that that foundation in her name. Has done so much. Good is is it it it heals us somehow. Right. And I I really appreciate you putting it that way. Because I always feel like I'm walking or I should say we are walking that very fine line. We would move heaven and earth to have that tragedy of never occur. Yes. So we can never really say, you know, this horrible event occurred to this beautiful little girl. But all this good stuff came out of it. You can never know. It's a hard thing. Daily thing. Thing to try to balance. But we, but we do because we have no choice to just try to make sure that what happened to Polly doesn't happen to other children, and the parallel that we bring today is that I think one of the most. Horrific part of the Pali story is that she was taken from her very own bedroom. Yes. And we have kids that are online today using social media in their very own bedrooms. Talking to strangers who are grooming them are pretending to be their friends so were striking resemblance when you put it that way. Has changed right of the bottom line of it. Absolutely. So you have kids at home. I mean in particular marginalized kids are foster children that are just looking for love or unhappy in their homes, and then their meeting people online, and these predators are very brazen. And they will groom child for months or even up to year at a time before they then convince them to quote run away from home. Yeah. And so we have almost this new term of an online abduction from an adult predator who convinces a child to run away either. So that they can take advantage of them or that that child can be sex trafficked. And as a result of that reality much of what the Polly Klaas foundation, does is educational isn't it? Absolutely. So were in sonoma's county schools, and we reached over four thousand kids last year, we hope to reach more kids this year, it's targeted mostly to middle school. Students anybody out there that works at a middle school or has middle school child aged child. Give us a call. We will come to the school and either visit classroom by classroom or sometimes we do whole assemblies, and we have a great instructor. She's a former FBI investigator, very known Hong sense, Jenny Thompson, and she's actually going to be a incidental valley tomorrow instructing. Oh, very good. And you know, when she starts to talk about the behaviors of real life cases of kids that we case managed who were groomed. And then convinced run away from home. You just see these kids faces, you know, turn red or blanche because they can relate the verdict or they've seen it or they've done it. That's frightening. Yeah. That's right. Yeah. So it's it's you know, it does happen. And it does happen in sonoma's county, and as long as we can help to arm are. Children with that knowledge to know what those red flags are that's one less kid. That's going to be taken advantage of that way. And I'm sure it involves the education of the parents as well add does definitely so in January were actually going to have a series of public events where families can come and learn about how to keep their kids safe. There is I think parents are trying to respect their children's privacy to some extent when they reach a certain age. But where's that line? The eternal question where is that line? They need to get nosy. It's it's okay kids have lots of friends. They only have one or two parents job to to get nosy and find out who are they talking to on. I'm glad I'm not raising a kid right now because I would feel very sorry for that. Kid me too. Yeah. I think the the lack of freedom might be a little bit on the stifling side. So twenty-five years rainy. Let's talk about what the foundation. Is doing to Mark that occasion. Well, we have we're basically reaching out. And and in one way being on air with you is part of it just remind everybody that were here as a working at it. Arab. We've distributed over two hundred and fifty thousand safety kits to families across the country. We are open twenty four seven you talked about the early days of the foundation that the eight hundred number that we have now is the same eight hundred number that we had twenty five years ago. It started out as a tip line. Yeah. And that. We're open twenty four seven. We never closed that number has never stopped ringing and were here. We have case workers that have been with the foundation for over twenty years each. So we have forty years of collective expertise working with law enforcement. We're doing a lot of outreach to law enforcement. Call us on your missing child cases. And something that's been new over the last year is becoming peace officers standards of training certified instructors. So we actually work directly with law enforcement and help them to understand when they're taking a missing child report. What indicators might be in there to to learn if maybe this was an online of ducking. Wow. That's a greatest kind of collaboration. Isn't it? It's. Yeah. Awesome. Yeah. Oh, we're very fortunate to have a community of law enforcement that wants to work with us. Yeah. They're willing to learn. And that's that's one of the great things that we have here in sonoma's county. And there is some kind of an event going on. I know with the rip city writers who we've had on the air, and they're a fun bunny. Yeah. They are. They're just the nicest guys don't let the leathers and the motorcycle scare you because they're like the boy scouts of motorcycle clubs. Yeah. They're completely into community service. They are and clearly teaming up with the Polly Klaas foundation now. Yes. And they they basically invited us to apply. So they do have a grant process for nonprofits. If if you want to be the beneficiary of the money that they raise every year. And so they have been selling raffle tickets to win a brand new two thousand eighteen Harley Davidson, wow. And it's going to be raffled off on October six at the pedal Luma fairgrounds, and the tickets are only five dollars each will be selling the tickets the day of the rats a week from Saturday so week from Saturday, and it will benefit the Polly Klaas foundation. And we will be able to expand our social media safety program into Marin county. Thanks to the funds that they are donating to us. So that's fantastic. It is fantastic. And we couldn't do it without him. So can you get a hold of this can you find out more about this event through the Polly Klaas foundation website, you can either contact Polly Klaas foundation at Pauley class dot org or call me at seven six nine thirteen thirty four or go to rip city writers dot org. That's right. And that's that's writers with a why are why is that? Correct. I don't think. Okay. My information is correct as incorrect. Rip city writers and great bunch of folks. Doing a lot of great work. They on my county. There's no question about it. I'm not going to say happy anniversary because it seems feels weird to say that to the Polly Klaas foundation. But I will say, congratulations. Thank you. Such an impact in the lives of thousands and thousands of families rainy. I'm glad you're here. Thank you. Thanks for having me. And thank you snow mccown regional communities because without your support. We wouldn't be here. It's a wonderful foundation. If you have an opportunity to support something why not make it? The Polly Klaas foundation, rainy, how the executive director of that foundation. Good to see a bit. Thank you. Thanks again. It's nine forty six at K SRO. We'll be right back. The drive with Steve Jackson. Lanny davis..
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"Hometown heroes. That's what we're talking about nine thirty five ks RO good morning. I'm Pat Kerrigan happy to be joined in the studio by Greg Anderson from the Oakmont golf club. Good morning. Greg. With air we go we need to let me say that again. Good morning. Great to be here testing just like downtown, and we're getting closer and closer to the golf tournament. This is part two of our heroes of October events. It happens October the first Monday, what a great reason to take the day off of work. No, I can't think of anything better. We're getting ready for the course of the great shape, and we really look forward to it. And of course, if you if you haven't been to the Oakmont golf courses there are two of them one of the most beautiful places on earth, one of the greatest places to play golf, and we're going to be at the west course for the west, correct? Yes, it's going to be filled about one hundred and twenty people playing golf and hopefully about two hundred people for dinner. Yeah. It's going to be fantastic. So as it stands right now in terms of sign ups, there are five foursomes left. So if you and your friends or your work. Rates have been talking about putting together a force him. And and getting signed up for this do it now because pretty soon we're going to be sold out. And we want to make sure that you have the opportunity to play and have you ever done a golf tournament. Greg with a hero on every hole first time ever. And again, as I think more about this event various special and what a great set in the have this red there in the valley of the moon. Four to a special day. And again, the the setting or the format is the hero's going to be on one hole and basically meeting every group as they come through on their particular hole. So so you'll have a chance to you know, to chat with take a picture with, you know, thank the people who are involved, and let me just go over some of the names of the heroes who will be stationed on each of the eighteen holes. We don't have I won't give you the whole list. But I'll give you some of them. This is Greg's friend Jerry Robinson from the Oakland Raiders. And and Philadelphia Eagles. He went to ring their he'll be with us. And that's a hero on the gridiron for. Sure, I can't porter from the press democrat who took some of the most memorable photos ever of the October wildfires. Jim would stay December men will be there state Senator Bill Dodd will be there sonoma's county sheriff rob Giordano who by the way, Greg said, I don't really have. To play golf do. I. We'll get to the bottom of that story. Santa Rosa fire chief Tony Gardner, all of these people heroes to to us sonoma's county. Supervisor James gore ABC news is sending Alex stone here which railed about because he was such a big part of our coverage in October. Santa Rosa, vice mayor Chris Rogers will be there. Assistant fire Marshall, Paul Lowenthal who lost his home while he was out fighting the fires that night. He will be one of our heroes. Jeff, oh Kripke who we didn't know a year ago. But we sure do now he's the the block captain for coffee strong, Coffey park, and has really become an outspoken advocate for everybody in the process of rebuilding. Mike Yates from Teamster six six five will be there. And he I I can't say enough about Mike. He is organization lives right down the street from where the studios are here. And from the get-go he started gathering. Gathering donations and gathering brand new clothes and brand new boots and brand new work tools in all that stuff for for so many people and it continues to this day. So those are among the heroes who will be at the holes one aim that you forgot was Pat Kerrigan. Oh, yeah. They have to give me a hall because it's the Pat Kerrigan scrambler. Thank you. Yes. Of course, I will be there. Yes. And it's gonna be a lot of fun. And to me, of course, it's pl- it's fun playing in the golf tournament, but the dinner and auction, I e r really such a big part of the whole experience to you know, that Greg now that's a great way of raising money and a lot of the donations that were given are for or from various vendors throughout the area and talk about Snowmass county strong as I looked at the list of people participating I saw basically twenty actually pronounce that many ten a major corporations that are very influential and. And things that we do in snow mccown, and whether they are given to our donation somewhere live auction items are spectacular. Yeah. Absolutely. And and I got one from the folks at Hamill family wines over in Glen ellyn that is a great experience that people you just can't get anywhere else. And I love those kinds of prices. You know, we're doing the same thing putting together a package from safari west. Who of course, you know, they have their own. You know, amazing miraculous story during the fires that leads me to a question. I'm gonna ask you on the air because I'm a little afraid to ask you off the air. Greg. How do you feel about animals on the golf course that day animals on the golf course that day? Well, is there a limit to the kind of animal how many animals in question, you know, I'm a softy? When it comes to animals. We know how many amazing rescues took place by animal lovers in animal organizations to save pets, and livestock and all that. So if I were to want any animals on the whole with me, what kind could I have in house interesting. I've seen golf turns before with fronts safari, less with giraffes zebras and I've seen but Oakland. That's interesting. I never thought about that. You just asked me. But I take that as a yes. Yeah. We talk about this off the air. The easy way out. I guarantee you there will be animals on my whole. And we'll work out the details between us, but you know, you just never know what you're gonna come across you know, hole by hole. That's the advantage of of having somebody different and somebody that you look up to it every hall. It's gonna be a lot of fun. This will be the what golf tournament that you've been in charge of organizing thousand number. Yeah. Let's go without let's go three thousand let's go with five thousand five. This one's probably as special more special financing I've ever done. This is just. Then in my hometown. So this is going to be a great event for snowman strong. And as we keep getting is hard to imagine that fifty weeks ago. Yeah. Everything was pretty normal. Yeah. It really was within a short period of time. How we have changed as a community. And I am just so happy to be part of this. And we we are thrilled that you're a part of this. You're you're the only guy we asked to be a part of this. And and and as our recovery continues, and we all know, we have a lot of work to go. We also know that we've come a long way. And I think that our heroes of October event in the square on September thirtieth and the golf tournament October. I are really testaments to that progress, and to the amazing people who are in many cases, the reason why we're here today talking about it, you know, so we are we are hoping to commemorate the anniversary and. Also, celebrate the progress that we've made and a lot of the people that have helped us get there. So we're I'm really looking forward to it. I can't I can't say I've got to be. I mentioned do my show that day on the first, but I can't wait to be done with the show that day. So I can get over to the golf tournament. And and so there are five foursomes left as of last night as a matter of fact, and you can also buy just the dinner and the auction that'll cost you fifty bucks. Remember every penny goes to the community foundations resilience fund. That's what this whole thing is based on this day plan. So just go to K SRO dot com. Click on the heroes of October and sign up for the golf tournament or sign up for dinner and auction only your choice. Can't wait, Greg. Any final words. Keep your head down swing hard. But I look forward to seeing everybody and a great time and just. This is a very special event at a very special place working with a great team. Absolutely. You can't go wrong that way. So that's October. The first at Oakmont golf club in the beautiful valley of the moon. And yes, indeed, it is still beautiful and still striking. So speaking of striking you will give me a couple of tips between now and then right absolutely little prize. I haven't seen yet. That's because I only go out at Dr in the dark with my fluorescent gulp ball. So no one will see it's nine forty four. We'll be right back. The drive with Steve Jackson.
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"To ten PM next Thursday. To start world-class cinema county wines, fantastic food. But also another thing George did. He's flying abandon from Detroit, my friend, a Motown band, and they are going to be performing and one of the things is they're going to be in gospel rogues and seeing some revival songs. So that we as a community that we can all come together. And then it's gonna be straight out Motown champs. So does that going to get you there? Steve you've got the name, by the way. Yeah. Shit, right. Of the of the band. I got a big swing in the ballroom blasters big big swing and the ballroom blasts. I'll have to be there. So we can during their breaks discuss. Arthur Tigers not the lions football fan. Going to bring it up. They've been rebuilding since nineteen fifty seven. The socks took a long time. There's there. So this is a great idea that George Hamill head, and you guys is this is a lot of work. The wine auction aside this party billed as the best party ever next Thursday. I can't imagine the amount of work that everyone's put into this. Well, you know, one of the things we're blessed added some vintners is I am honored to be executive director of an extraordinary team the staff. There is amazing. Our volunteer base is amazing. All the people that are involved in our foundation in our auction in our Vince that we do do such amazing amazing work for us. And this is just one example of some of the fine work. They do it's going to be an extraordinary a series of activities next week. And we're going to be raised in a lot of money for our community. Very cool open to anyone right or do you need an invitation? It's open to anybody. But as I said, it's part of what's kind of extraordinary about giving these one hundred tickets invitation gratis to the fire survivors, anybody that seriously impacted by the fires the ticket for the weekend is twenty five hundred dollars a person. But with it you get the best party ever. And then on Friday night, we have vintner dinners across the county with really spectacular each one hosted by Vitner at their estate or at their winery. Then of course, the big event the auction on Saturday. So that's the Kremlin for the second year in. Okay, right. Yeah. Which is a beautiful a fantastic venue. So that's why we you know, we really just wanted to populate this party not trust with our party goers, and the people that support us and support our charities. We wanted to populate with the people that lived in the neighborhood and anywhere in snow mccown that was impacted by the fires. So I know that Mike is already getting a lot of calls. It's a very simple invitation. You just send us an Email, and it's really still it's win at sonoma's. Wine dot com. Win at Cima wine dot com. And we ask you to submit your Email by Friday September fourteenth. And we'll be leading the winners or the people that make the first one hundred we'll get two tickets each. So it's really the first fifty people to get their emails to wine at Snowmass dot com. And do they need to talk about? Now, I remember I think we're on that we are completely on the honor system if you were impacted, and you feel you were impacted regardless of what that impaction is you write to us at snow at win at snowman wine dot com. And we will have you as our guests. Two hundred people in one of the things I'm excited about is. We'll have quite a few first responders who arrived on the front lines during those days here at the fire here at the party as well. Next thursday. It's at sonoma's ridge paradise read that's paradise ridge. Fair wine is so good. Live..
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"Ninety four five ks arowth. It's eight forty nine at k. SRO the new report is out it's called. The two thousand. Eighteen unabridged sonoma's county Indicators report and it's a lot more. Interesting than it sounds like? And help us understand it all is. Economics professor from SSU Dr Robert Eyler doctor great. To have you back thank you good morning were there any surprises. In this report. About what our community looks, like no no I. Mean most of this. Is pretty much following what we have been monitoring for the last. Few years in terms of snow McCartney's progress and so in general this basically is what. We. Expect it so the housing issue and problem is. Still as far reaching as it has been yes The housing issue, wants to know mccown has two different angles right now is, that prices continue to remain relatively high even though there's maybe a, little bit, of flattening yeah for the time being but we still are down from, where we were obviously last year, at this time because of the. Fires and so the rebuild is going to have or, at least the perception of how we're gonna rebuild it's, going to have an, effect on housing market's going forward for at least the. Next couple of years as well yeah I would think, so at least in the next couple of years can you talk Dr either for. A minute about the the the connection. Between our housing. Situation and our traffic situation. Easily related. You know. People live of or they try to live close to where they work? And, if. They can't, do that then they're gonna end up commuting so the more that housing prices rise and more regionally we might actually see some. More migration towards snow, mccown especially as we rebuild which will. Then have more of an effect on traffic if people have their working lives south? Into Right or? Just, you know outside of. Snow mccown but for the most part those two issues related to the more people that live locally at. Work somewhere else housing demand remains high but then traffic rises as a result of of of new. Residents and speaking of those residents it sounds like this report indicated continuing trend of the aging of sonoma's county and. And, that's true regionally as. Well Marin county Napa county county are all, three an increase in their median age in the number of, people over the age of sixty five in for specifically snow Makoni, which is, now a little bit of five hundred thousand people it's one of the, older counties in California and did, I mean it makes sense that. The folks who are of a certain age already have, homes here and are probably not going to leave them, because of that particular, kind of stability whereas if you talk about younger folks who have a difficult time buying a house The you. Know then, those folks are most likely leaving well that's true and there's a little bit more interplay in that in the sense that if we have folks that are aging considering retirement. Can take their occurred property tax situation and transfer it to another place in California We may see some. Loosening of housing units of from let's say older resonant and allow, a younger, residents come in but the affordability for a younger residents still. Gonna be problematic at least in the future just simply because demand has been on the rise and obviously supply contracted specific accounting last year. And Robert. Has this report shed light in specific with regard to you know the our economic situation now eleven months nearly after the wildfires there's not not much in here that you could point to. And say. That. That's an indicator specific. To what happened in October. Twenty, seventeen not yet that'll take a couple of years to kind of play out because the data from late last year in sort of summarizing twenty seventeen, in full, against its history is still not completely. Shown, it's patient. Okay next couple of years all that will show up yeah given I was thinking about that driving around looking, at all of the new framework and the rebuild and and that that really that effort is Is, even though we can see specific progress the the entirety of it or the majority of it is going to take a few years isn't it Yep okay one more question for you, because you are the economics guy and you help us understand at all is it. Good for the US this New Mexico trade agreement on the surface it looks like it will be positive for the US specifically of the automobile industry a. Large part of our trade deficit with Mexico is based on what happens with a vehicle that are manufactured in Mexico and then come across the border so. The supposition is that they'll see a little bit more pressure downward on that in a little bit more in American pockets as a result. Of that but it still remains to be seen how that's going to, play out against whatever deal struck, with Canada and also just thinking more worldwide but most analysts right now are suggesting that this is a positive thing especially looking forward to. Broader chop broader talks with China that is Dr Robert, Eyler economics professor at SSU, explaining to us sort of the nuts and bolts of the unabridged, Sonoma County Indicators report and not a heck of a lot of surprises we'll stay tuned as we get further and further into post. Fire economics Eight fifty five. At, ks, are as we take a final look at our Tuesday morning commute.
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"Eight eight twelve fifty It's seven twenty, eight k. SRO good to have you with us this morning I'm Pat Kerrigan well the. New report is out it's called the twenty eighteen unabridged. Sonoma's county indicators report and. It's a lot more interesting. Than it sounds like and to help us understand it all is economics professor from SSU Dr Robert Eyler doctor. Great. To have, you back thanks good morning Were there any surprises in this report about what our community. Looks like no no, I mean most of this. Is pretty much following what we have been monitoring for, the last few years terms of snow mccown progress and so general this basically is what. We expected so the housing issue and. Problem is still. As far reaching as it. Has. Been yes I mean the housing issue in Snohomish county has two. Different angles right now one is that prices continue to remain relatively high even though there's maybe a little bit of. Flattening, yeah for the time. Being but we still are down from where, we were obviously last? Year at this time because of the fires, and so the rebuild is going to have or at. Least. The perception, of how we're, gonna rebuild, it's going to have an effect on housing market's going forward for at, least the next couple of years, as well yeah I would think. So at least in the next couple of years can, you talk Dr I looked for a minute about the, the the connection between our housing situation and our traffic situation sure I mean they're easily related you. Know people live of or they try to live close to where they? Work, and. If they, can't do that then they're gonna end up commuting so the more that housing prices rise and more regionally we, might actually, see some more. Migration towards Noma county especially as. We rebuild which will then have more of an effect on traffic of people have? Their Working, wives south and to the south right or just you know outside snow mccown But for the most part those, two issues, are related so the more people? That live, locally at, work somewhere else Housing demand remains high that then traffic rises as a result of of of new, residents and speaking of those, residents it sounds like this. Report indicated that continuing trend of the aging of cinema county Yes and and that's, true regionally as well some Marin county Napa county county are. All three seeing an increase in their median age in the number of people over the age of sixty five in for specifically snow Makoni which is now a. Little bit of five hundred thousand people it's one of the older counties in California And. Did I mean, it makes sense that the folks who are of a certain age already have homes here and are probably not going to leave them because of that particular kind, of stability whereas if you talk about younger folks who have. A difficult time buying a house you know You know then those folks are most, likely leaving Well that's true and there's a little bit more interplay in that in the sense that if we have folks that are aging interest considering retirement and can take their record property tax, situation and, transfer it to another place in California We may see some loosening of housing units of from say an older. Resident and allow a younger residents come in but the affordability for, a younger, residents still gonna be problematic, at least in the future just. Simply because. Demand has been on the rise and obviously supply contracted specific snow Makoni last year and Robert has this report shed light in specific with. Regard to. You know the our economic situation now eleven months nearly after the wildfires there's not there's not much in here that you could point to and say that that's an indicator specific to. What happened. In. October two thousand seventeen. Not yet that'll take a. Couple, years to kind of play out because the data from late last year in sort of summarizing twenty seventeen in full against its history is, still not. Completely shown it's patient okay next couple of years all that will show up yeah given I was thinking about that driving around looking at all of the new framework and and the rebuild and and that that really That effort is even. Though, we can see specific progress the the entirety of it or the majority of it is going to take a few years isn't it Absolutely Yep okay one more question for you because you are the, economics guy and you help, us understand at all as good for the US this New Mexico, trade agreement On the surface it looks like it will be positive for the US specifically. In the automobile industry a large part of our trade deficit with Mexico is based on what happens with vehicles that are manufactured in Mexico and then. Come across the border so supposition is that they'll see a little bit more pressure downward on that in a little bit more in American. Pockets as a result of that but it still remains to be seen, how that's going to play out against whatever. Deal. Struck. With. Canada and also just thinking more worldwide but most analysts right now are suggesting that this is a positive thing especially looking forward. To broader talks with China Potentially And also a question final question for. You. Dr Eyler and that is what about? California is this going to be a good deal for Californians at large I. Think so end of the day. We'll see especially as we get a little bit more trade, happen happen why does okay. Have an issue. There with an I'm always interested in what Dr Eyler has to say maybe not three times in a row but. That's a technical issue sorry about that that is Dr Robert Eyler economics. Professor at SSU explaining to us sort of the nuts and bolts of. The unabridged, Sonoma County indicators report and not a heck of a lot of surprises we'll. Stay, tuned as. We get further and further into post fire economics it's seven twenty six at k. SRO traffic.
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"Organic garden with one hundred twenty beds like willy Wonka for. Vegetables. Out there there's kinda there's tomatoes I've never seen before Midway through the valley so beautiful view of mount Saint. Helena and kind of coming up at harvest time in the fall with the fall voyage it's. Just a c. c of colors yeah I'm. Looking at the website is gorgeous out there tasting room, situation and hours ten to five every day of the week or foreign wine. Keeping the people happy who are the winemakers or the huge appel and the viticulture is Ned Horton has. Been with, the property. Hugh's been in here Yeah he's he says he gives us best and he sent you a special and hundred year old vines in true true old vines we. Love you need to come back he's in the middle of bottling right now so he's he's doing this Beautiful Mind blending seminar China China all together So what's new with the grape growers Amy we're looking towards harvest here so. Starting to talk to all the growers. And see where they're at get little report. On how things are looking and then I'm heading, next, week, to the Fairweather destinations of Atlanta and Orlando, to, meet with some media members. Of the media do another guild of psalms event out their educational event, wine a bat and take your anti humidity. Pills for my hair will be interesting and Yeah it'll be a sticky a couple of days looking. Forward to meeting some of the media folks out there and has an for a wind dinner talk about county and how things are going here Trying to encourage folks to, come, back after the wildfires and visit us again keep drinking our wines and stock their sustainability and all the exciting things going very cool going she's. Not going this time you're solo on that was Missile yeah Vacation for a month or. What She's taking a short vacation Back. In the office next week All right wow very cool and I just said we were talking to Mike Thompson and the congressman and invited us. For a dinner at his, house when we're there in October Jared Huffman will be joining. Us in a bunch of folks you and charissa already did, that? You weren't. Mike, Thompson's house right. We did. Yeah, it was. Fantastic I need to know, before? I go. Very, historic beautiful Brownstown Let's a capital so cool? That's. Very neat property tell everyone what you were doing there yeah so we took some of our grape growers out to DC back in June and Chris and I and a few other. Members of our, team win hosted the congressional. Caucus annually now so we which Jared and Mike. Or both A, member of yes so they were. Both there. At the event Jared stop by and then, Mike of course was co. Hosting with charissa so. We got great room full of agletter. Slater's. And chief of staff and congressman together and talked about sustainability and snow mccown and by what we do here in the county is important and it was a great event very cool. We're looking, forward, to that obviously in October Take a break and then we'll continue with off the vine, with Amy Lando from the cinema. County grape. Growers and Sam too skinny from key VERA Winds are you related to other famous excuse me The. Question which, which testimony are. You and tips tens my father? Tim is The press democrat in the farm bureau that's right I? Think Anton was, on the I. Was, gonna ask. About Tony's and just in a great. Job at. The farm bureau yeah very cool All, right we'll, take our. Break we'll, be, back, on the. Drive with. Off the vine on chaos RO news talk radio more.
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"Of of what we do what you would all of us do right and do a step out and talk to folks from around the world that are experts in this business and have them looking to snow makoni as global leaders in its effort is just pretty incredible i can only imagine that's gotta be hurting and i'm excited because duff is here and and if we start duff beer you know i've got a can of beer sitting on like my filing cabinet my office very cool chico many years ago when my daughter was looking for a school to go to and we swung in the bars there had bears i bought a candidate never opened it but i've got visit you didn't try if you're not familiar with a little thing called the simpsons homer drinks is wouldn't be a tuesday with chris if we didn't have breaking news every time she's on this is a quickie the trump administration is readying another round of tariffs on chinese goods worth another two hundred billion dollars what could go wrong that's all i gotta say duff bevill with us bevelled vineyard dot com i wanna get oh marcelino marcelino's santa maria yeah yeah he is tom seminoles guy on his property no different marcelino's marcelino okay there's a handful okay he's my marcelino senior management and a lot of these guys who have been with you have been with you for a long time you matt's bit a partner for oh we're pushing twenty years now he's been a partner think fifteen logan marcelino's atar topflight managers and he's been with you for six seven years now believe it is and ray sanchez handles over each our duties and raise been a snow mccown resonance for more than thirty years i think he's a work for some of the different so we got anywhere for some of their suppliers here in this moment county and opportunity came up to see if you want to come work for us so i literally ran into ray stephen i did when we were down in tijuana at the consulate and all of a sudden we walk up and there's race niche from bevo vineyard management working on getting their h two a workers to come over here pretty amazing so i was like ray not not what you expect to see is the snow mccowan faces down in tijuana but i think that's going to be more and more of the trend is our first year two thousand seventeen was the first year so he and i both went down just to the process process then it was clear this year that is the one man show and and directly into tijuana and stay at the hotel with the guys are all coming back with us you babysat the processing today's later backup here i talked about that yeah that was pretty cool talk about explain to everyone what it is you do and how long you've been doing it i moved here in nineteen seventy three march of nineteen seventythree and i wasn't even born yuck i i know barely ten and you weren't around steve so there you go so when we're for a management company volkswagen management their opinion creek management company owners joe vogue anson that was up and dry creek valley and i was lucky enough to landon spot that never wanted to leave i've been dry creek dole time i've lived there two or three different places in still call it home and or for joe for a couple of years went to work for rhetoric vineyards david stare after that yeah and while working at dry creek suggested the dave stares that rather than being employees that i'd prefer i kinda like that fast pace that that i saw working for joe is in a management company sort of model and that was more more appealing to me and and so he agreed to be really essentially became my first client they still are after all these years that was in seventy seven or seventy eight wow build a business ever since that we've got a large group of employees and keep people like we just talked about and we form of healdsburg is the hub of the wheel so we have ranches we i own personally my wife and i and we also managing russian river valley alexander valley ballots three spokes of the of the hub and right now what we're dealing with is labor's been going on for six years not just the last year and a half literally six years has been a problem yeah people ask me all.
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"The sonoma's county amateur at foxtail and you know one thing that comes to mind is is how you have a number golf courses throughout northern california but several in the napa sonoma area and i know we've we've talked to a couple of golf course operators where they had parts of their operation hurt and they had families affected and talk about how the the community in the golf community up there is has been recovering well particularly are not the golf course and foxtail in rohnert park have been in the center of it all napa closed for five days during that period and we we had some people accommodated municipal functions in other ways on the property in in motor park we never actually closed except for a few hours there was some concern that things might jump into the actual rohnert park city limits they did not we were in we were in communication with the city about usa very gatien pumps etc for contingencies but other than that we were unaffected now as a snow mccown resident as with so many others we're all know people who were burned out lost their jobs even some loss of life we all have employees and friends in that situation but the community has rallied in a way that i'm not sure i've ever seen for and it's pretty hardening actually makes you feel also makes us feel lucky in this in this age we sometimes forget that it's mother nature who has the last putt at the ten footer and we have to respect that there's there's no question and there were so many stories of people that were you know about to flee their house and all of a sudden the wind changed in another houses burned and there's was saved and as you said mother nature he's tough to beat there there's no question about it and you know tom golf courses have always been looked at as firebreaks so you know maybe in one respect you know some golf courses i know where it came pretty close at oakmont and my comma that maybe some of the firebreak you know the fairways you know we're we're firebreaks maybe some of the.
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"You an idea of some of these jurisdictions which is what they're calling the most to our either cities were counties you're talking about obviously chicago cook county illinois new york city the whole state of california by the way go figure albany new york berkeley california you got burlington vermont the city and county of denver colorado uh jackson mississippi what yes yes uh king county washington lawrence massachusetts the city of ala louisville metro monterrey county california sacramento county california city and county of saying in uh snow mccown in california watson bill kelley west palm beach florida the state of illinois and the state of oregon now i don't know why they put chicago cook county and in the entire state into separate things but nonetheless that ever chicago illinois that's a that's that's the jurisdictions that the doj is directly talking to and seeing if you don't give us the information if you don't tell us what you're telling your law enforcement officers then we'll be going to court in a lot of these people have said oh as fun i'll go to jail over protecting um illegal citizens of this country i'm good with that too i'm glad we can agree on that yep because i'll be happy though want you guys go to jail for pudding american citizens at risk especially for putting at risk the citizens that you claim to serve as mayor as governor whatever i will gladly watch you go to gel that'll be must see tv i got our number two coming up so you guys land.
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"This year are attributed to prescription or elicit opioids was water police say a man is willing for stealing two hundred thirty nine thousand dollars worth of rare comics then fleeing to italy they say that he the theft took place around july ten put the collector only just recently realize it they gone missing police believed that they were stolen by 64yearold frencesco bove bova plumber who'd been hired to do some work in the house over this summer taking a look at the numbers on wall street at this hour the dow jones industrial average is up thirty three points at twenty two thousand seven hundred ninety four it's eleven three nbc news radio i'm sharon reed more than a dozen wildfires are still burning in california this morning the deadliest in the northern california wine country at least eleven people are known dead many in snow mccown easy we have seven confirmed the deaths related to this fire so far that numbers geno change uh it's just too early we cambridge it into a lot of spot so i don't expect that to stay that way cinema county sheriff robbed your draw no says the fire there is destroyed entire neighbourhoods some twenty thousand people have been urged to evacuate this woman said she had to escape the flames in a hurry just two things together but there's a lot of things will be left behind the fires have destroyed at least 1500 homes and other structures fire crews from all over southern california meantime we're helping to battle the canyon fire to in anaheim more than seven thousand acres have burned there firefighters say it's still not clear how.
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"Pink flame retardant on parts of a small town in snow mccown yesterday cal fire was battling a fire in pen grove when several houses in windsor were hit with the aerial flame retardant ben nichols with cal fire says foss check poses no risk though the thought checkers primarily made out of the fertile laserbased thought fate uh bet aid in the in the fires and then actually aid and regrow of vegetation after the fire occurred nickel says the neighborhood is mostly clean but they're still some evidence of the fire retardant i'm devin katayama kqed news support for npr comes from sony pictures class ethics with briggs v there a new film starring kyle mooney as jane's our young man obsessed with the show briggs be bear whose insular world is up ended during one night directed by dave carry opens friday july 28th support for kqed comes from the bernard osher foundation supporting higher education and the arts whoa whoa whoa whoa whoa whoa aw all all all laura from npr news this is all things considered i'm kelly mcevers in culver city california and i'm robert siegel in washington with the big news is a shakeup at the white house this afternoon president donald trump announced on twitter that he has a new chief of staff out is ryan's prebid the former chair of the republican national committee his sixmonth tenure was bumpy in is john kelly the current secretary of homeland security leav more on that story in a moment but i health care for seven years and three elections the promise of repealing the affordable care act was the animating force in the republican party late last night republicans failed to deliver on that promise the senate rejected legislation to dismantle obamacare by one vote and it was a republican arizona senator john mccain who cast the decisive vote to defeat it and hair congressional correspondent season davis was there last night and she is with us again to talk about what this means for healthcare and for the repel looking party hither hitherto hagen kelly hey so as we said you were there watching the.