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"steve leaper" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"steve leaper" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The police resources they need because I want our city to bounce back faster than the rest of the West the rest of the country and I think we are position to do that. Um and it just going to take all of us to keep trying America family I can recall walking with Charly Luken and he was the mayor, and I think you were ahead of public safety at the time. What walking up and down Vine Street. This is like 2001. Maybe in the summer early fall after the rites, and he had a vision that you certainly shared 20 years ago, and the $1.5 billion has been spent by three DCC and Steve leaper and many others. It was a wonderful coalition of business interest, labor interest. Private sector of the black community came together and I was told repeatedly for the last 20 years. Not the same thing that happened to no one in April will not happen again. I think you were shocked a couple months ago after the George florid incident that Cincinnati went through similar or worst riots. 20 years later, despite the $1.5 billion are you still troubled by the fact that Cincinnati went through what it went through having spent 1.5 billion the community outreach. African American Outreach FC Cincinnati The streetcar with A lot of money spent without much to show for it. But all of the money by private individual Salazar and etcetera was spent and Belgian waffle. Now he's opening up in Ken what I might add, and and I'm looking to this and I'm saying, John, what happened? So the promises and the dreams of the past 20 years what happened on those four nights of rioting? Well, like every city in America, we had a couple nights of bad riding. I ran around the police both of those nights that were the worst. You know, around the country, you had police cars on fire you had and national. They were burning City Hall and in Minneapolis, they were abandoned Police district. In Seattle that created entire zone that cops weren't even allowed to go into. And we took a different approach here. We enforce the curfew In one night alone. We made 300. Purview arrest. I was with the police officers. I mean, not outside, of course, but safely driving along to watch the incredible bravery and professionalism that they showed and we were able to put a stop to it very quickly, and of course there was damaged in those two nights. That's unacceptable. But we drew a clear line in the sand and we didn't We didn't surrender any police districts. We didn't surrender any police cars and I called and work with the police chief of the assistant chiefs, and if many officers like to talk to that weekend and beyond, thanking them and telling them that we have their backs and that we would never surrender. Police district where station or lower police property to be burned without with impunity. And I think that we have managed to get the worst of that behind us better than most cities. Now, some of it looks, you know, and I'm not saying that something terrible couldn't happen here. That could lead to the kinds of sustained Ah, lawlessness that we've seen on some of our cities. But I'm proud of our police department and we did it, frankly, without the assistance of the National Guard. Because our police have been through the worst of 2000 won. They've been trained and are very, very good at what they do, and they did a great job of getting us through the worst of those couple days. Crane. We're looking to my left right now the president's landing in Kenosha, Wisconsin. I think the plane itself is in Illinois is goingto he's goingto roll over to Kenosha. If Cincinnati Ah Would you welcome President Trump to Cincinnati? And would you shake his hand? If he came here to help quell some of the violence in Cincinnati? Would you welcome President Trump? Look, I respect the office. And of course, what would be respectful to the president? I do believe that he followed your Biden fleet of condemning left wing and right wing violence. Both are totally unacceptable. I thought Biden speech in Pittsburgh. Yesterday was pitch perfect, and the president is seems to be stoking up the trouble in a way that I find unacceptable and you know unequivocally he should denounce the right wing vigilante justice. That has been meted out with without any proper supervision is leaves the chaos as well as left wing rioting. Both are totally unacceptable, so you would welcome the president to Cincinnati. I didn't say I would welcome him. I said I would respect the office. I do. I agree with American OSHA that the city would be better off without his visit. But if he is, the president gave Cincinnati I would respect the office, but I would not invite Hi Mayor Cranley. Thank you. But it is hoped that can you imagine road taken, maybe in about a year or so. And if we had a mayor in the city's Cincinnati without reference to a particular name Who was ordering police out of the Duke Energy Center and was more or less taking a hands off approach wouldn't the disturbances and Cincinnati taken a different course. I said I gave an interview with you at the time that happened. I was very disturbed by it. Um, the fact is that the people of Cincinnati want more police presence, not less. Gun violence is at a record high for a lot of reasons that are out of the police control code less people downtown because they're scared of the pandemic, that mood of the whole country, very difficult year very difficult time and our police need to know that we have their back and they've got to be able to do their jobs. When I ran in the meeting during the budget, there were some people who try to cause chaos. And there were accounts of members tried to interfere and I stopped them. And I order that the police do their job and not be interrupted by the council members. And just like that, you know, my priority has been to focus on Restoring Ah, Cynthia and peace to our city and reducing crime and a long road ahead of us. But that is why today I think is important to point out. That that has been my warden and City Council spent their time all summer trying to throw more money at the streetcar when In fact, what we need is a comprehensive approach to crime. The cops can't and shouldn't solve every problem with that, or social will's off this community and I support of approach. That ad not takes away from the police, but and social work. And things of that type. But thats not What counsel's proposing today They're proposing to spend more money on the streetcar and not prioritized public, comprehensive public safety that this community, you know, John, I point out Ah, what the folks that ride the bus system tend to be working stiffs, middle class Americans and those who ride the streetcar tends to be yuppies with their ties Pull down waiting for assembly. And the bear crowd is on the bus and the wine crowd is on the streetcar and it seems to me we spent enough money on the damn street car. Absolutely, And I think it's outrageous that people would have to pay a bus fare, uh, get to and from their jobs and City Council wants to spend money to make the streetcar free when we clearly have so many other, more pressing needs,.

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"steve leaper" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"steve leaper" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Pay your gas. The taxpayers paid for the ST card. It's only fair that there be a user fee the people who ride it to reduce the burden to the taxpayers. In addition, because council threw so much money at the streetcar over my vetoes the budget. It's true they're gonna run it without affairs. But then that's why I proposed in Spiderman supported me. That we dedicate that money to hiring more cops get to grant Park where we had a mass shooting two weeks ago. Ah, and you know, people, you know when the bars close attends, they've been hanging around. In these parks, and so we need police visibility to deter the shooting. And so I was saying and that we should dedicate those revenues to hiring are using more police, visibility and other options like that. To show the community in the public that we get it that gun violence too high, too high everywhere. It's Ah national phenomenon right now, but our guys are out there doing a great job trying to reduce it. And and they need all the help they can get from City Council. A ce faras that money. Ah, I talked to the governor briefly this morning about the idea of getting rid of the 10. PM curfew. There's a headline in the Enquirer about chief Fisica, Xavier graduate. As is your father and his eyes. I am. Unfortunately, you are not benefited by savior education that the chief of police is saying that he wants to governor to get rid of the 10 PM curfew were able to convince the mike to do that. No, I don't think so. You know it, chief. I agree with him. I I afforded the letter in. I added my own thoughts. That the decision to close down a 10 and 11 were clearly for good intentions on worrying about the cove it spread. But you know you live and learn and you follow the evidence and what we're finding in Cincinnati and I can't speak for dating a Columbus or Cleveland. But In Cincinnati. We've seen the worst spike and gun violence in many years, and we've seen it at the time that bars and restaurants would normally be open. And at Grant Park you had eight innocent victims shot and just because they were in the wrong place at the wrong cut, and what we have discovered was that you know, bars and restaurants have security cameras. They have bouncers. They're following the protocols. And of course they keep people employed in that, I think is a safer way Forward way have contact tracing. We have not found Ah spread a major sprint from restaurants. We have an incredible group of responsible restaurant tours in our city. I rushed when the pandemic started to allow outdoor seating. On many streets in downtown over the Rhine, etcetera. And of course, many of these restaurants are fighting for their lives right now, financially with people being afraid to eat out, so I don't think governments should make it work. Bye. Arbitrarily telling them to shut down. But I'm also willing to follow the evidence, you know, and I think it was done with good intentions, but they were unintended consequences and the shootings. Three that we have seen according to our great police Chief is a contributing factor to that Isn't people have nowhere to go in 10? O'clock and I have been gathering in places like Grant Park. Where we had a mass shooting two weeks ago, so the governor is going to speak after two were not anticipated, changing out in the time being. I had on a guest from Chicago named Joe Donnelly, who's a newscaster in Chicago, and he pointed out that Cincinnati I try to cast dispersions on Chicago every chance I get because of what happened on the magnificent mile and all the shootings there, and he pointed out to me that per 100,000 residents. There's more shootings in Cincinnati. Victims of shooting than Chicago and I looked at that. And I said, Are you sure and I looked at it. I think he's right Mayor, Assuming that Cincinnati has more victims shot per capita than Chicago, why is that? Well, First of all, it's unacceptable. Easier way on DH. That's why I lead today to try to get counseling, Others more resources to help our police bring down crime. It's also why I want our economy to reopen because safely with masks. Because I think that also reduces crime and violence. As a result, I also think it's fair to point out That Cincinnati. It's hard to compare to say, Columbus or in Indianapolis or Chicago Center because Cincinnati stopped annexing in 1925. And so when you compare us on a per capita basis to Ah, Columbus or Louisville, where they have Metro government. It's kind of apples and oranges. I think the more relevant statistic is how Hamilton County do versus Chicago or Columbus or Louisville, but regardless of whether we're in first or 10 It's unacceptably high, and I'm not trying to make excuses, But I do think sometimes we get a bum rap per capita basis, but I don't disagree with statistics. I'm just trying to offer an explanation. I will also point out that this week, um, open table. Published a report that Cincinnati is leaving the country. In preserving in dining options, and we're leading every major city in the Midwest. Now we're down 26% because the industry has been decimated, but we're we're down less than the rest of the country. And I do think you and I have seen each other at happened to Lourdes and elsewhere. It's because we have these great restaurant tours. We have these great dining opportunities that some of whom have been ableto survive this terrible, terrible time for the industry. From the public. And and I believe a CZ Jerry Seinfeld in The New York Times last week that New York will come back. We will come back from all this and I wake up every day and try to help the restaurants. Get out. We're dining. Figure out how to reduce gun violence. How to give the police resources they need because I want our city to bounce back faster than the rest of us and the rest of the country and I think we are position to do that. Um, And it's just gonna take all of us to keep trying. America friendly. I can recall walking with Charly Luken and he was the married. I think you were ahead of public safety at the time. What walking up and down Vine Street. This is like 2001, maybe in the summer early fall after the rites, and he had a vision that you certainly shared 20 years ago, and the $1.5 billion has been spent by three D. C. C and Steve leaper and many others. It was a wonderful coalition of business interest, labor interest, private sector. The black community came together and I was told repeatedly for the last 20 years. That the same thing that happened to no one in April will not happen again. I think you were shocked a couple months ago after the George Floyd incident that Cincinnati went through similar or worst riots. 20 years later, despite the $1.5 billion are you still troubled by the fact that Cincinnati went through what it went through having spent 1.5 billion the community outreach. African American outreach FC Cincinnati The streetcar with him on a lot of money spent without much to show for it. But all the money by private individual Salazar and etcetera was spent and Belgian waffle. Now he's opening up in Ken what I might add, and and I'm looking to this and I'm saying, John, what happened? The promises and the dreams of the past 20 years. What happened on those four nights of rioting? Well, like every city in America, we had a couple nights of bad writing. I ran around the police both of those nights that were the worst. You know, around the country, you had police cars on fire you had and national. They were burning City Hall and in Minneapolis, they were abandoned Police district. In Seattle that created entire zone that cops weren't even allowed to go into. And we took a different approach here. We enforce the curfew In one night alone. We made 300. Purview arrest. I was with the police officers..

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"steve leaper" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"steve leaper" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Yesterday. I don't know what time it was course Matt Simon would know. But I got a call from a gentleman who appeared to be in his thirties early forties Who decided to like Holmes dead in Otr. And he said he and his wife didn't mention Children. But he has a dog for five years ago, said You know what Otr is now safe. It's OK to go. Anybody condo? I'm sure of some note. You can get condos and otr for up to a million dollars most during the 4 to $600,000 range. And my friend Steve Leaper and others at three C. D. C. Have caused to be invested something in the range of $1.5 billion in O T, R and the central Business district and the key to all that are large numbers of individuals who actually live in that area to own the community in a sense to invest in that community to make it like parts of New York or Chicago might be or Columbus. In which individuals spend 4 to $600,000 to income households may have a child may not our dog, and they want to live the urban lifestyle which your upscale restaurants And boutique shopping in our case, walk down to smell Park, which, by the way, is absolutely beautiful. And then you enjoyed parts of the high River Goto NFC game, maybe see a play Shakespearean theater. Maybe a Belgian waffle, whatever it might be the eagle and then you go to Reds Game of Bangles game practically every weekend of the summer, as you know, in Cincinnati. There's an event going on whether it's the taste or whether it's October fest or other events. You live in the urban lifestyle, which many find quite attractive. Now. The downside is There's an earnings traction to 0.1% on top of your other stuff. But then also you have the situation of the real estate taxes, which are somewhat high. So it's a little costly, but you get what you pay for in life generally. And so there's been a concerted effort the past 15 years to have literally thousands of middle toe high income Cincinnati and move into the central Business District or Otr, and this was an article of faith after the April, 01 writes. That this was a safe community Obey and you can't send your kids in schools. But nonetheless, there is lots of money paid to educate those who use the public schools and a functioning environment. So this caller yesterday said, You know what we completely bought into it. And over the last 20 years. Which is about half the time had been on the radio. I've had all the experts, the politicians, Steve Labor the developers had him on regularly is what was gonna happen in this beautiful corridor Vine straight Main Street, and it's going to be unbelievable. And guess what? It, Wass. I, the Great American almost bought into it. I looked at property, so to speak. A condo in downtown Little Park would be beautiful. Also tr and I thought, OK. Let's put our toe in the water and see what happens. And then I was also told, as you were told. While this is transpiring that it's a safe community, we have the best Police department in America. We have a mayor in a city council that stands behind the police. When they must make split second life and death decisions. We give them the power to do that. Because they're out there defending us the thin blue line between democracy and anarchy and we see anarchy. Don't don't we see? Did you see anarchy here for like, four days about two months ago on the killing of George Floyd. Oh, by the way, had three times the level of fentanyl in a system. His lungs were collapsing, and he was foaming at the mouth and according to media accounts, according to the toxicology He was in the process of dying. That doesn't justify what officer Derek Calvin did, which is keep his knee way too long on the man's neck. That should not have happened, but nonetheless those with the circumstances but I was told that these events transpire again somewhere else or here. That there's mechanisms in place to make sure that the investments and the time in the effort which provide the tax dollars for all the social benefits is safe. Don't worry about it. Then about two or three months ago, we had the circumstances for about 3 to 4 nights, Cincinnati was in complete turmoil. That millions of dollars of property was stolen or looted or burned. And that Ah Police were completely overwhelmed. You might recall that either head on the mayor then or later that the mayor was getting the idea of calling in the national Guard because the cops are working 12 to 15 hour shifts, and they couldn't do it any more than the thin blue line was breaking. And so there were some suburban departments that helped the highway Patrol came in a little bit. And if that continued another four or five days, the CPD is not is not coined. It's not configured to work 12 to 15 our shifts being spit on and hit and shot in one situation, and Cincinnati itself was teetering once again. On the edge of anarchy. The thin blue line was bulging from democracy to anarchy, and we had anarchy. Then, several days thereafter, let invent some more steam, which is marching around and most of those marching. Or AH, shall I say white Americans, and they demanded more justice and you manage more equality and everybody's in favor of justice and equality Match time on you in favor of justice and equality. She said. Yes, he's in favor. I don't know anybody opposed. Everybody's in favor, but it didn't break. It didn't tip over. So things have calmed down. But now the caller from yesterday Forget his name said that they're leaving. They can't take it anymore. And the reason is is that they have a little dog in the 10. O'clock at night that they can't go outside. They can't leave their half million dollar condo tum tow walk around Main Street. They can't do it. But the value of living an otr is now evaporated. What he said yesterday. He hears gunshots every night. And gunshots do not have zip zip codes and names on him. They go everywhere. I'm told by the by a police captain that there is literally thousands of shots fired in the city, Cincinnati every year shot spotter has indicated where they are. There's going to be 500. People wounded in the city of Cincinnati is going to be 100 murdered in the city of Cincinnati. And so the message is sent quietly. That we have to go. Number one have safety. That we have to leave the city of Cincinnati. To go to Mason to Covington. So yesterday I had on Rob Sanders. We talked about when the riots were happening in Cincinnati again. They had units stationed at the bridges. So if the riders the looters, the demonstrators in the protesters who by the way are completely different categories of individuals..

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"steve leaper" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

09:19 min | 1 year ago

"steve leaper" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Here, then what's going on with the leftovers of law? So okay, it's going to be like a weather event of maybe two and three on the Richter scale instead of about a 10. Absolutely. It's nothing that anyone has to worry about. For the most part, we're just looking at some stormy times, mostly into AH, later tomorrow and going at the early on Saturday. Now I have any questions for me about sports politics, something that's confused you over the years. Well, there's a lot that confused me over the years. We have time for all your answers. I'll sit in my question for another day is it says, Is that correct to say that we're blessed 11 interesting times. There's no question that that phrase would be right on the mark. All right. Thank you. And Steve Ronnie will check in later. But we're going to be okay with this When Steve Raleigh. Thank you. You bet you always hear God question think Let's continue now want to get your thoughts on what's happening? You know every now and then, in his business, you get a telephone call or an email, which sticks with you. So yesterday. I don't know what time it was course match Diamond would know. But I got a call from a gentleman who appeared to be in his thirties early forties who decided to like Homestead in Otr. And he said he and his wife didn't mention Children. But he has a dog for five years ago, said You know what Otr is now safe. It's OK to go. Anybody a condo? I'm sure of some note. You can get condos and otr for up to a million dollars most during the 4 to $600,000 range. And my friend Steve Leaper and others and three C. D. C. I've caused to be invested something in the range of $1.5 billion in O T, R and the central business district and the key to all that are large numbers of individuals who actually live in that area to own the community in a sense to invest in that community to make it like parts of New York or Chicago might be or Columbus in which individuals spend 4 to $600,000. Two income households may have a child may not or a dog, and they want to live the urban lifestyle which your upscale restaurants and boutiques shopping in our case, walk down to smell Park, which, by the way, is absolutely beautiful. And then you enjoyed parts of the high River Goto NFC game, maybe see a play Shakespearean theater, Maybe a Belgian waffle, whatever it might be the eagle and then you go to a Reds game of Bangles game practically every weekend in the summer, as you know, in Cincinnati. There's an event going on whether it's the taste or whether it's October fest or other events. You live in the urban lifestyle, which many find quite attractive. Now. The downside is There's an earnings tax in 2.1% on top of your other stuff, but then also you have the situation of the real estate taxes, which are somewhat high. So it's a little costly, but you get what you pay for in life generally. And so there's been a concerted effort the past 15 years to have literally thousands of middle toe high income Cincinnati in moving to the central Business District, or Otr, and this was an article of faith after the April, 01 writes. That this was a safe community Obey and you can't send your kids in schools. But nonetheless, there is lots of money paid to educate those who use the public schools and a functioning environment. So this caller yesterday said, You know what we completely bought into it. And over the last 20 years. Which is about half the time had been on the radio. I've had all the experts, the politicians, Steve Labor the developers had him on regularly is what was gonna happen in this beautiful corridor Vine straight Main Street, and it's going to be unbelievable. And guess what? It, Wass. I, the Great American almost bought into it. I looked at property, so to speak. A condo in downtown Little Park would be beautiful. Also tr and I thought, OK. Let's put our toe in the water and see what happens. And then I was also told as you were told that while this is transpiring that it's a safe community, we have the best Police department in America. We have a mayor in a city council that stands behind the police. When they must make split second life and death decisions. We give them the power to do that. Because they're out there defending us the thin blue line between democracy and anarchy and we see anarchy. Don't don't we see? Did you see anarchy here for like, four days about two months ago on the killing of George Floyd. Oh, by the way, had three times the level of fentanyl in a system. His lungs were collapsing, and he was foaming at the mouth and according to media accounts, according to the toxicology He was in the process of dying. That doesn't justify what officer Derek Calvin did, which is keep his knee way too long on the man's neck. That should not have happened, but nonetheless those with the circumstances but I was told that these events transpire again somewhere else or here. That there's mechanisms in place to make sure that the investments and the time and the effort which provide the tax dollars for all the social benefits is safe. Don't worry about it. Then about two or three months ago, we had the circumstances for about 3 to 4 nights, Cincinnati was in complete turmoil. That millions of dollars of property was stolen or looted or burned. And that Ah, police were completely overwhelmed. You might recall that I either head on the mayor then or later that the mayor was getting the idea of calling in the national guard because the cops are working 12 to 15 hour shifts, and they couldn't do it any more than the thin blue line was breaking. And so there were some suburban departments that helped the highway Patrol came in a little bit. And if that continued another four or five days, the CPD is not is not coined. It's not configured to work 12 to 15 our shifts being spit on and hit and shot in one situation, and Cincinnati itself was teetering once again on the edge of anarchy. The thin blue line Was bulging from democracy to anarchy, and we had anarchy. Then, several days thereafter, let invent some more steam, which is marching around and most of those marching or ahh, Sal, I say White Americans, and they demanded more justice and humanity, more equality and everybody's in favor of justice. Inequality Match time on you in favor of justice and equality. He said. Yes, he's in favor. I don't know anybody opposed. Everybody's in favor, but it didn't break. It didn't tip over. So things have calmed down. But now the caller from yesterday Forget his name said that they're leaving. They can't take it anymore. And the reason is is that they have a little dog in the 10. O'clock at night that they can't go outside. They can't leave their half million dollar condo tum tow walk around Main Street. They can't do it. But the value of living an otr is now evaporated. That, he said yesterday he hears gunshots every night. And gunshots do not have zip zip codes and names on him. They go everywhere. I'm told by the by a police captain that there is literally thousands of shots fired in the city of Cincinnati. Every year shot spotter has indicated where they are. There's going to be 500 people wounded in the city of Cincinnati. There's going to be 100 murdered in the city of Cincinnati. And so the message is sent quietly. That we have the number one have safety. And that we have to leave the city of Cincinnati. To go to Mason to Covington. So yesterday I had on Rob Sanders. We talked about when the riots were happening in Cincinnati again. They had units stationed at the bridges. So if the rioters, the looters, the demonstrators in the protesters who by the way are completely different categories of individuals. Decided to. Ah burn our trash parts and coming to the Newport. Guess what? Rob Sanders said. That ain't gonna happen. They're going to be stopped and they physically could stop those individuals. I'm trashing Covington walking around breaking out plate glass windows and arson and all that kind of stuff in assaults and shooting at cops. I wasn't gonna happen. No, no, We don't do that in Covington. I talked to Tony Bender so called my boss, who said that doesn't happen in Boone County. I have warned Davidson coming on in about 15 minutes to talk about the eighth Congressional District, which is Butler County in north, largely rural areas. What's happening there? You may recall historically. That 100 years ago or so, after living under democratic rule for Ah, Long time African American set in the South, we can't take it anymore. Democrats that air lynching us. We can't vote. We have no rights here. Alabama, Mississippi, South Carolina, Georgia, Arkansas were going north. We got to get out of here. The African Americans said. We can't take it anymore. So they poured into the cities. The great migration out of the South. And they poured into areas that had jobs and opportunity, public education and family formation. You see the number one predictor of one success in life generally is whether or not you come from a intact family. When you go into this, the great.

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"steve leaper" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"steve leaper" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"A 10. Absolutely. It's nothing that anyone has to worry about. For the most part, we're just looking at some stormy times, mostly into AH, later tomorrow and going at the early on Saturday not to have any questions for me about sports politics, something that's confused you over the years. Well, there's a lot that confused me over the years weigh have time for all your answers. I'll send my question for another day is it says, Is that correct to say that we're blessed to live in interesting times? There's no question that that phrase would be right on the mark. All right. Thank you. And Steve Ronnie will check in later. But we're going to be okay with this When Steve Raleigh. Thank you. You bet you always hear God question think Let's continue now want to get your thoughts on what's happening? You know every now and then, in this business, you get a telephone call or an email, which sticks with you. So yesterday. I don't know what time it was course Matt Simon would know. But I got a call from a gentleman who appeared to be in his thirties early forties Who decided to like Holmes dead in Otr. And he said he and his wife didn't mention Children. But he has a dog for five years ago, said You know what Otr is now safe. It's OK to go. Anybody condo? I'm sure of some note. You can get condos and otr for up to a million dollars most around the 4 to $600,000 range. And my friend Steve Leaper and others and three C. D. C. I've caused to be invested something in the range of $1.5 billion in O T, R and the central business district and the key to all that are large numbers of individuals who actually live in that area to own the community in a sense to invest in that community to make it like parts of New York or Chicago might be or Columbus in which individuals spend 4 to $600,000. Two income households may have a child may not or a dog, and they want to live the urban lifestyle, which are upscale restaurants and boutiques. Shopping in our case, walk down to smell Park, which, by the way, is absolutely beautiful. And then you enjoyed parts of the high River Goto NFC game, maybe see a play Shakespearean theater. Maybe a Belgian waffle, whatever it might be the eagle and then you go to a Reds game of Bangles game practically every weekend of the summer. As you know, in Cincinnati, there's an event going on. Whether it's the taste or whether it's Octoberfest or other events. You live in the urban lifestyle. Which many find quite attractive Now. The downside is there's an earnings traction to 0.1% on top of your other stuff, but then also you have the situation of the real estate taxes, which are somewhat high. So it's a little costly, but you get what you pay for in life generally. And so there's been a concerted effort the past 15 years to have literally thousands of middle toe high income since it audience moving to the central Business District or Otr, and this was AH, an article of Faith after the April 01 writes. That this was a safe community Obey and you can't send your kids in schools. But nonetheless, there is lots of money paid to educate those who used the public schools and a functioning environment. So this caller yesterday said, You know what we completely bought into it. And over the last 20 years. Which is about half the time had been on the radio. I've had all the experts politicians, Steve Labor the developers had him on regularly is what was gonna happen in this beautiful corridor Vine straight Main Street, and it's going to be unbelievable. And guess what? It, Wass. I, the Great American almost bought into it. I looked at property, so to speak. A condo in downtown Little Park would be beautiful. Also tr and I thought, OK. Let's put our toe in the water and see what happens. And then I was also told as you were told that while this is transpiring that it's a safe community, we have the best Police department in America. We have a mayor in a city council that stands behind the police. When they must make split second life and death decisions. We give them the power to do that. Because they're out there defending us the thin blue line between democracy and anarchy and we see anarchy. Don't don't we see? Did you see anarchy here for like, four days about two months ago on the killing of George Floyd. Oh, by the way, had three times the level of fentanyl in a system. His lungs were collapsing, and he was foaming at the mouth and according to media accounts, according to the toxicology He was in the process of dying. That doesn't justify what officer Derek Calvin did, which is keep his knee way too long on the man's neck that should not have happened, But nonetheless, those were the circumstances, but I was told that these events transpire again somewhere else or here. That there's mechanisms in place to make sure that the investments and the time and the effort which provide the tax dollars for all the social benefits is safe. Don't worry about it. Then about two or three months ago, we had the circumstances for about 3 to 4 nights, Cincinnati was in complete turmoil. That millions of dollars of property was stolen or looted or burned. And that Ah Police were completely overwhelmed. You might recall that either head on the mayor then or later that the mayor was getting the idea of calling in the national Guard because the cops are working 12 to 15 hour shifts, and they couldn't do it any more than the thin blue line was breaking. And so there were some suburban departments that helped the highway Patrol came in a little bit. And if that continued another four or five days, the CPD is not is not coined. It's not configured to work 12 to 15 our shifts being spit on and hit and shot in one situation, and Cincinnati itself was teetering once again on the edge of anarchy. The thin blue line Was bulging from democracy to anarchy, and we had anarchy. Then, several days thereafter, let invent some more steam, which is marching around and most of those marching or AH, shall I say White Americans, and they demanded more justice and you manage more equality and everybody's in favor of justice and equality Match time on you in favor of justice and equality. He said. Yes, he's in favor. I don't know anybody opposed. Everybody's in favor, but it didn't break. It didn't tip over. So things have calmed down. But now the caller from yesterday Forget his name said that they're leaving. They can't take it anymore. And the reason is is that they have a little dog in the 10. O'clock at night. They can't go outside. They can't leave their half million dollar condo Tum tow walk around Main Street. They can't do it. But the value of living an otr is now evaporated. That, he said yesterday he hears gunshots every night. And gunshots do not have zip zip codes and names on him. They go everywhere. I'm told by the by a police captain that there is literally thousands of shots fired in the city of Cincinnati. Every year shot spotter has indicated where they are. There's going to be 500. People wounded in the city of Cincinnati is going to be 100 murdered in the city of Cincinnati. And so the message is sent quietly. That we have to go. Number one have safety. And that we have to leave the city of Cincinnati. To go to Mason to Covington. So yesterday I had on Rob Sanders..

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"steve leaper" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"steve leaper" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"A 10. Absolutely. It's nothing that anyone has to worry about. For the most part, we're just looking at some stormy times, mostly into AH, later tomorrow and going at the early on Saturday. Now I have any questions for me about sports politics, something that's confused you over the years. Well, there's a lot that confused me over the years. We have time for all your answers. I'll send my question for another day is it says, Is that correct to say that we're blessed 11 in interesting times? There's no question that that phrase would be right on the mark. All right. Thank you. And Steve Raleigh will check in later. But we're going to be okay with this When Steve Raleigh. Thank you. You bet you always hear God question think Let's continue now want to get your thoughts on what's happening? You know every now and then, in this business, you get a telephone call or an email, which sticks with you. So yesterday. I don't know what time it was course Matt Simon would know. But I got a call from a gentleman who appeared to be in his thirties early forties Who decided to like Holmes dead in Otr. And he said he and his wife didn't mention Children. But he has a dog for five years ago, said You know what Otr is now safe. It's OK to go. Anybody condo? I'm sure of some note. You can get condos and otr for up to a million dollars most during the 4 to $600,000 range. And my friend Steve Leaper and others at three C. D. C. Have caused to be invested something in the range of $1.5 billion in O T, R and the central Business district and the key to all that are large numbers of individuals who actually live in that area to own the community in a sense to invest in that community to make it like parts of New York or Chicago might be or Columbus. In which individuals spend 4 to $600,000 to income households may have a child may not our dog, and they want to live the urban lifestyle, which are upscale restaurants. And boutique shopping in our case, walk down to smell Park, which, by the way, is absolutely beautiful. And then you enjoyed parts of the high River Goto NFC game, maybe see a play Shakespearean theater. Maybe a Belgian waffle, whatever it might be the eagle and then you go to Reds Game of Bangles game practically every weekend of the summer, as you know, in Cincinnati. There's an event going on whether it's the taste or whether it's October fest or other events. You live in the urban lifestyle, which many find quite attractive Now. The downside is there's an earnings action to 0.1% on top of your other stuff. But then also you have the situation of the real estate taxes, which are somewhat high. So it's a little costly, but you get what you pay for in life generally. And so there's been a concerted effort the past 15 years to have literally thousands of middle toe high income Cincinnati INS moving to the central Business district or OTR. And this was an article of faith. After the April 01 writes that this was a safe community obey and you can't send your kids in schools. But nonetheless, there is lots of money paid to educate those who use the public schools and a functioning environment. So this caller yesterday said, You know what we completely bought into it. And over the last 20 years, which is about half the time had been on the radio. I've had all the experts, the politicians, Steve Labor the developers had him on regularly is what was gonna happen. In this beautiful corridor Vine straight Main Street, and it's going to be unbelievable. And guess what? It, Wass. I, the Great American almost bought into it. I looked at property, so to speak. A condo in downtown Little Park would be beautiful. Also tr and I thought, OK. Let's put our toe in the water and see what happens. And then I was also told as you were told that while this is transpiring that it's a safe community, we have the best Police department in America. We have a mayor in a city council that stands behind the police. When they must make split second life and death decisions. We give them the power to do that. Because they're out there defending us the thin blue line between democracy and anarchy and we see anarchy. Don't don't we see? Did you see anarchy here for like, four days about two months ago on the killing of George Floyd. Oh, by the way, had three times the level of fentanyl in a system. His lungs were collapsing, and he was foaming at the mouth and according to media accounts, according to the toxicology He was in the process of dying. That doesn't justify what officer Derek Calvin did, which is keep his knee way too long on the man's neck that should not have happened, But nonetheless, those were the circumstances, but I was told that these events transpire again somewhere else or here. That there's mechanisms in place to make sure that the investments and the time in the effort which provide the tax dollars for all the social benefits is safe. Don't worry about it. Then about two or three months ago, we had the circumstances for about 3 to 4 nights, Cincinnati was in complete turmoil. That millions of dollars of property was stolen or looted or burned. And that Ah Police were completely overwhelmed. You might recall that either head on the mayor then or later that the mayor was getting the idea of calling in the national Guard because the cops are working 12 to 15 hour shifts, and they couldn't do it any more than the thin blue line was breaking. And so there were some suburban departments that helped the highway Patrol came in a little bit, and if that continued another four or five days CPD is not is not coined. It's not configured to work 12 to 15 our shifts being spit on and hit and shot in one situation, and Cincinnati itself was teetering once again on the edge of anarchy. The thin blue line Was bulging from democracy to anarchy, and we had anarchy. Then, several days thereafter, let invent some more steam, which is marching around and most of those marching or AH, shall I say white Americans, and they demanded more justice and humanity, more equality and everybody's in favor of justice. Inequality Match time on you in favor of justice and equality. She said. Yes, he's in favor..

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"steve leaper" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"steve leaper" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Kim Foxx. Who is the prosecutor? And fun on Rucker, who wants to be our prosecutor would do essentially the same thing. That is homeless encampments on third Street by that, P. G. Sittenfeld, one of the homeless encampment on third Street to become quote its own community with his own quote Community Council on Third Street. And sadly, City Council voted Tio have no misdemeanor charges against those who violated the curfew. Cincinnati. Is this close to electing someone like Kim Foxx to be our prosecutor? This close. I have sources, of course, all over America, especially in Cincinnati. And the other day I got a text from a person that attended the meeting of over the Rhino Tr to kind of talk about what is happening in O T. R the past two or three months. If you live in Taylor Mill, and you live in Hamilton And you live in a different circumstance that you may not understand that. Ah, the same thing is happening here That's happening there. And it's extremely extremely ugly. What's happening now? In OTR? It's getting close to the south side of Chicago. The mainstream meeting took place. On Monday night. And the e mails on this or all the shakers and movers. In Cincinnati, beginning with Steve Leaper, who's the man? Hey, is the man The labor is the three C D. C. And this This is what's happening. According to the OTR, the merchants and the residents And groups hanging out on Main Street starting at noon. Double parking of both sides of Maine and 13th blocking both lanes pot smoking throughout the day and night in public loitering that block sidewalks, entrances to businesses and intimidates customers and visitors. Public drinking intoxication, urinating in doorways and on sidewalks in public. Broad daylight. Drug dealers and others are using.

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"steve leaper" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"steve leaper" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I'm really cunning, and by then you and I have a dog in this fight and normal God fearing Americans who live quiet lives. At some point you got to make our lives known, which is our opinions known, which is something that we often don't want to do, because we're busy with where their husbands or wives or boyfriends or girlfriends are for a one k The least cars are job actually working. Feeling the economy. Normal. People often don't get involved in social activist conditions because we're too busy getting about the business of life kids in grade school, he got grandkids to handle. You have concerns in your life. And so the social media is off to the right. We don't pay much attention to it, and you see what happens when one average lives in quiet lives and the silent majority are silent. When it comes to criminal activity and the kind of society which we desire to live. You see what's happened to the once great city of Chicago in the eighties, early nineties Chicago Was a disaster. No one went there It was ugly shopping was not existed on the on the magnificent mile. And it was in disrepair, and this time it was Democrats. Every now and then you'll find a good Democrat and said Enough is enough. Let's stop. I think about Denise Treehouse. She's a good Democrat. I think about Bridget Kelly State Rep. She's a good Democrat. Every now and then, Democrats say, You know what? We can't go in this round any more. We don't want mad Max. So over the next 20 years, Chicago build itself back up in which tourists and others were invited to come downtown to Michigan Avenue. Goto. A Cubs game is match time and did quite often in the 19 nineties and During the days of Jeff Brantley and Davey Johnson and then Ken Griffey Jr and Barry Larkin and Adam done, there was this rivalry going on between Chicago in Cincinnati and, of course, Mike McConnell went there for four or five years to do talk radio G N and and I decided to stay, but I go back and forth. And Chicago was like a big Cincinnati You know, it was like 56 times our size. But Chicago was in Chicago. It was a Siri's of neighborhoods. And Cincinnati's like Chicago, Syriza neighborhoods. We got Westwood. He got otr. You got Price Hill City of neighborhoods. You got Madisonville. And now you mount. Look out in Oakland, you got Hyde Park a Siri's of neighborhoods. And Chicago was the same way. Listen up, because in five years or less, I may not be with you at that point. But in five years or less Cincinnati could be what Chicago is. Now. Would you visit Chicago in this condition? Mats Diamond? He says. Absolutely. Well. I would say most of us would not visit Chicago because of the rioting and the looting and the fact that a very small number of people are running the tax base. The quality of life in Chicago, especially the south Side of Chicago, which is completely nonfunctional. And so nobody would purposely put themselves And their family at risk. By going into an area where the likely to get killed, shot mugged, Beat up, raped, Robbed and brutalized. People don't do that. So Chicago now as far left wing leadership began with Rahm Emanuel. Now it's accelerate on her. Lori Lightfoot and Kim Foxx, who's the idiotic prosecutor. She's released 25,000 criminals. And that those who ransacked and looted the best buy and the coach door in lieu of Aton store and the Apple store. Are let out of jail before the paperwork is done. And when you have massive looting and rioting It's hard to apprehend one person. Goes when you wrap around that one person. It takes 3 to 4 cops off the scene. The paperwork the transportation. More writing takes place, the gangbangers in Chicago say. You take CVS will take Walgreen's You go to best buy will go to Louisville Thanh. You go to the coach door will hit the Apple story and they now know Not the massive tens of millions of dollars of losses in those stores will be born called Reparations. Everyone has insurance. Ah, woman, Black lives matter Movement, said These air reparations for black people. Goes for what's been done to us by Louisville, Aton. Bye LG by Apple And so right now, this reporting ahead on Joe Donlan, the main male television reporter, and he's not miked artists of Chicago. I said that Ah, he's concerned the magnificent mile may not come back. Which employs 10 to 20,000 people and causes 100,000 shoppers today to go to the magnificent mile. And he's concerned he lives there, and he said he's in Michigan Avenue. He's concerned this thing is going to go back to a 2030 year pattern. Of dispersal. Cincinnati. Right now. Is this close to doing exactly the same thing? Kim Foxx. Who is the prosecutor? And fun on Rucker, who wants to be our prosecutor would do essentially the same thing. That is homeless encampments on third Street, P. G. Sittenfeld, one of the homeless encampment on third Street to become quote its own community with his own quote Community Council on Third Street. And sadly, City Council voted Tio have no misdemeanor charges against those who violate the curfew. Cincinnati. Is this close to electing someone like Kim Foxx to be our prosecutor? This close. I have sources, of course, all over America, especially in Cincinnati. And the other day I got a text from a person that attended the meeting of over the Rhino Tr to kind of talk about what is happening in O T. R the past two or three months. If you live in Taylor Mill, and you live in Hamilton And you live in a different circumstance that you may not understand that. Ah, the same thing is happening here That's happening there. And it's extremely extremely ugly. What's happening now? In OTR? It's getting close to the south side of Chicago. The mainstream meeting took place. On Monday night. And the e mails on this or all the shakers and movers. In Cincinnati, beginning with Steve Leaper, who's the man? Hey, is the man The labor is the three C D. C. And this is this is what's happening. According to the OTR, the merchants and the residents And groups hanging out on Main Street starting at noon. Double parking on both sides of Maine and 13th blocking both lanes pot smoking throughout the day and night in public loitering that block sidewalks, entrances to businesses and intimidates customers and visitors. Public drinking intoxication, urinating in doorways and on sidewalks in public. Broad daylight drug dealers and others are using ST Mary's.

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"steve leaper" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"steve leaper" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And fires and protests and assault on police. The fact that police officers do not want to respond now because their lives are in jeopardy. They have no backup. When they make split second decisions. They don't think they're respected by the communities in which they operate. And by the mayors and governors who have to support them. When I look at what's happening in northern Kentucky with embattled Kent County Family Court Judge Don Gentry and her attorneys. What's happening out of that courtroom has had Sex was for sale in exchange for judicial activities. When I look at what's happening to the McDonald's CEO, all the money in the world, and he used his power and prestige to prey upon defenseless women. And I think there's all kinds of difficulties that we see. Hopefully, Brian Tome of Crossroads, Khun, Bring some Peace to the tristate Brian Toma Crossroads. Welcome again in the Bill Cunningham Show and Brian, How are you? William. I am as good as any of us can be in the midst of this crazy time we live in right now. I'm talking to you today. So how could I not be doing good to its three issues? A percolating in my head like a B B in an empty railroad boss Boxcar. One of them is what's happening repeatedly. In a major American cities, which happened in Cincinnati for like four or five days. And that is a sense of not belonging a sense of entitlement. A sense of what yours is mine. What's mine is mine a sense of disrespect for the law. And so when I look at what happened in over otr from, like three or four days there was about $1.5 billion in investment by Steve Leaper of three CDC and others. Small business owner. Small shopkeepers obliterated when I look at 50% of the restaurants and bars under the governor's orders are going to close when I look at the disrespect for law enforcement. And very rarely is it earned. But what happened to George Floyd was probably not murder. But it was a crime committed against him and causing his death. And I look at every night in Portland, the last two or three nights in Chicago of massive looting. And there was a comment this morning on G n that I monitored that said that black lives matter believes they're entitled to reparations and that is taking flatscreen TVs from BestBuy or or Gucci purses or those from Louisville. Thanh somehow is entitled Mentality as a man of the cloth as a man following Jesus, I want to ask you. What would Jesus do? I think we know what he would say what he would do. But what is speech, too, is a lack of involvement, a lack of commitment something greater than myself that so many Americans feel that somehow we're not all in this together that I'm a victim, and then I have to lash out. Do you sense you've been at those 20 years or so do you sense These are different times. One average Americans feel as if they're entitled to certain things, whether it's sex from a subordinate or whether it's Judge Gentry and and Kenton County, demanding sex from lawyers for a favorable decision or the head of McDonald's Corporation. Having sex with a female subordinates. I want to say to you, Brian Tome. What the hell is going on? Well, I have been around for a while. I'm sorry to say that I keep getting older and older. It can't be back. Father time. 54 years old, my God! And I I gotta tell ya, I think our culture has been shifting. Bill. I think that we have gotten We've just gotten off track and I have been a bunch of different origin You talk about just there. I think I think our disrespect for the law and the car disrespect or disrespect or due process is is in an all time low and, of course. Can we have some things that people are not happy or excited about going on our country? I'm one of those that mutually fashion open windows and stuff. Every indicator just doesn't look great. I remember the good old days Bill your mind for a moment. I remember the good old days from creatures like Mei had a conservative, you survival. Used to talk about not having sex with somebody will marry Tio Girl the girl days today. Today this is really where man's true. Today. I asked him to tell people have sex with something other than a machine or yourself because younger people are not having sex because we're just drawn into the virtual reality. It's our sex world and our relationships. They're suffering everything everywhere. You look, It's just a weird time. It is weird, and I I see it personally when I had to get married because my wife wouldn't have sex with me. And I'm thinking, OK, it was she went from her father's home. I went from my mother's home together in an apartment and then life begins and now one of the main reasons that men would marry a woman. 18 19 or 20 at that point you whoever you were dating when you were 19 or 20. You got married. That's just the way it was. And now you don't have to get married. To have sex, in fact, is normally an impediment. And then you also think God ought to be in my life. Whether you're Catholic or whether you're a Protestant or whether you're Jewish. You're Muslim. Whatever it is, you have to feel is if this is about something that my life is relevant, because I'm working toward a light. I have a goal. There's somebody keeping an eye on things in keeping count. To see how I live my life and what occurs and that whole idea is now gone. It's up with Mei. To hell with you. I have an immediate need. It's going to be satisfied. And if I don't have it right now, I'm gonna bash it. I'm going to take it out of a window. I'm gonna go. I'm gonna take what's mine whether they're McDonald's CEO or Judge Gentry. Whatever it is my needs now must be satisfied..

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"steve leaper" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"steve leaper" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I was bad Bowl bowl by Billy coming on the great American. These are difficult times. I'm not sure any times have been easy. When I look at what's happening around the country with looting and fires and protest and assault on police the fact that police officers do not want to respond now because their lives are in jeopardy. They have no backup. When they make split second decisions. They don't think they're respected by the communities in which they operate. And by the mayors and governors who have to support them when I look at what's happening in northern Kentucky with embattled Kent County family Court Judge Don gentry. And her attorneys. What's happening out of that courtroom is that sex was for sale in exchange for judicial activities. When I look at what's happening to the McDonald's CEO All the money in the world, and he used his power and prestige to prey upon defenceless women. And I think there's all kinds of difficulties that we see. Hopefully, Brian Tome of Crossroads, Khun bring some peace to the Tri state. Brian Toma crossroads. Welcome again in the Bill Cunningham show, Brian, How are you? William? I am a good as anybody can be in the midst of this crazy time we live in right now. I'm talking to you today. So how could I not be doing good? Two or three issues are percolating in my head like a baby and an empty railroad boss Boxcar. One of them was what's happening repeatedly in a major American cities, which happened in Cincinnati for like, four or five days. And that is a sense of not belonging a sense of entitlement. A sense of what yours is mine. What's mine is mine a sense of disrespect for the law. And so when I look at what happened in over otr from, like three or four days there was about $1.5 billion in investment by Steve Leaper of three CDC and others. Small business owner. Small shopkeepers obliterated when I look at 50% of the restaurants and bars under the governor's orders are going to close when I look at the disrespect for law enforcement. And very rarely is it earned. But what happened to George Floyd was probably not murder. But it was a crime committed against him and causing his death. And I look at every night in Portland, the last two or three nights in Chicago of massive looting. And there was a comment this morning on G n that I monitored that said that black lives matter believes they're entitled to reparations and that is taking flatscreen TVs from best buy or or Gucci purses or those from Louisville. Aton somehow is entitled Mentality as a man of the cloth as a man following Jesus, I want to ask you. What would Jesus do? I think we know what he would say what he would do. But what is speech, too, is a lack of involvement, a lack of commitment something greater than myself that so many Americans feel that somehow we're not all in this together that I'm a victim, and then I have to lash out. Do you sense you've been at those 20 years or so do you sense These are different times. One average Americans feel as if they're entitled to certain things, whether it's sex from a subordinate or whether it's Judge Gentry and and Kenton County, demanding sex from lawyers for a favorable decision or the head of McDonald's Corporation. Having sex with female subordinates. I want to say to you, Brian, What the hell is going on? Well, I have been around for a while. I'm sorry to say that I keep getting older and older. It can't beat back Father time. Not four years old. My God. And I I gotta tell ya, I think our culture has been shifting. Bill. I think that we have gotten We've just gotten off track and I have been a bunch of different origin you talk about just there. I think I think our disrespect for the law and make our disrespect for or disrespect for due process is is in an all time low and, of course. Can we have some things that people are not happy or excited about going on in our country?.

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"steve leaper" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"steve leaper" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Known to police, as are many AH, bar owner restaurant owners can make it can't survive. May I got a buddy down there Open owns a bar, and he said he's going to crumble. He's you know, there's a place I think they've invested about $1.3 billion in since like 1,000,000,000 billion. Steve Leaper till let it just go down. Go down. How do you stop it? Without customer, he said the only way that they potentially be ableto make it is if the landlords will cut them brakes on their rent, which you know the land Large, but now they have issues themselves. They can't just For all the money in the fin retired bank correct, So he said that that way they may have a chance of them that he predicts will be 30 restaurants and bars in that area that And the winner is coming. I mean, bad weather and the other thing I talked to my buddies who sue everybody all the time where Chris Finney and he represents landlords. Now the popular thing to do is have of course, Eviction holidays. You can't infect somebody or foreclosure for barons, which is delaying the inevitable. But on the other side of that current transaction is a person maybe like yourself, maybe, like match diamond rich people that owned properties and you owe the bank. So if your landlord you're the landlord and the tenant doesn't pay Does what the landlord can floated for awhile, but ultimately the bank's going to say to the landlord. Hey, where's my money right now? And so it's a popular to say, OK, let's have an eviction holiday. That sounds great. Well, yeah, because most people don't know there's consequences for their landlords give payment forever. They they can't do that a long time, but they can't a little bit. A lot of them do But I can't do it forever. And Rob Sanders brought up the point that many of the bars and restaurants in northern Kentucky are under stress and not paying rent. So no normal circumstances You don't pay rent, you get evicted, but the landlord's you're saying, Look, if we evict this bar restaurant, we don't have no the bar restaurant coming in here as a consequence. But then rent might be kicked them out. There's not a lot of people right now dying to open up a branch want restaurant over to invest $250,000 in his new book, her restaurant, Not a lot of that happened, and so it's It's something that is insoluble until we get about eight months from now, So when I listen to your front, Anthony Fauci said, By the end of the year, we're gonna have a vaccine. Okay, well, how long will it take to implement? I know many people that will not take a vaccine, especially one. That's I mean, there's been vaccines that usually takes years to develop. This is going to be developed, and those who've taken often have terrible consequences from the vaccine itself. There's other syndromes and developed and so 2030% won't take it. Which means the infection rate will continue, though it came a whack a mole and then when it is available, who gets it? It's going. Oh, I think it ought to be first responders and cops and those in nursing, all right, So we are acceptable that sort of then the rich people like match time. It'll be our thing. He will be saying, Give me the damn thing You know that's gonna happen is gonna and the media is going to cover that thing. And every day we have to have a new, more exciting More dire,.

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"steve leaper" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"steve leaper" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Lies. When did you realize Gene there was a real problem from covert 19 was in March or April. No, I realize it's a little bit before because their family back in Europe so it's following the news there. So we knew for a while that this was coming, But nobody knew that he was going to get but it was coming for sure. Is it as bad as it can be at this point? Alex wars than pretty much anywhere anywhere else in the industrialized world at this moment. And as far as the orders from the governor announced yesterday, the liquor control Board said this morning that last call for alcohol, which includes all bear products has got to be about 10 p.m. How does that affect your business? Personally for us. It's not too bad because that's towards the end of the day. We typically close at 11. But for others, it's pretty devastating, so force for for a lot of the DeVore industry. This is really terrible. And the problem is that the decision was really arbitrary. Our industry has really bean. The scapegoat. There is, there is really no data tracing of it spreads to the restaurants at Mayor Crandall mentioned this morning and you guys are needed to it. We have a few back players in Cincinnati. We're not following the rules, but instead of just taking those out, did he say to drop the hammer and punishing the entire industry? I think that that's unfortunate. I don't know how many d five d six permits or in Hamilton County. I'm sure it's well in the hundreds, and Mayor John Cranley said. Restaurants and bars are not the problem. They mentioned 452 or three, You know, clean a couple others your facility. You could eat off the floor. But to tell the American people and the last four or five weeks what is taste of Belgium done to make sure there's a good customer experience relative to covert 19. I mean, we followed all the city CS Department Oi Restaurant Association guidelines. We have timers, so that off that members remember to watch their hands every 30 minutes. We have had sanitizer. All of our employees. They're wearing mask at all time. So we do everything we can to protect our team members and our guest, and we also try to educate all the members about like safe practices. Outside of what? Because the do the one thing is that their behaviour outside as an impact on what they bring inside the restaurant. In fact, you're safer. I was the other night I was in the sacred beast and I got some Parmesan cheese with pepperoni. There was a few tables. Not very many. It was safer there. And being at Walmart, or being a Costco. I'm safer an otr in a restaurant. Then I would be almost anywhere else because his few people present and secondly, the protocol's there so stiff, that's where you want to be. But the governor is cracking down on facilities like yours and Pontiac and LaTasha Ah LaCava and also peppy indoors when that's not the problem. The governor was as yesterday John about whether or not there's any proof that there's a infections from restaurants and bars and he said, Well, we don't know. Not really. We're going to find out. Maybe next week is kind of gone. I get ready, shoot aim. Do you have any evidence in the restaurant industry that there's even one infection caused by a restaurant in Hamilton County? To a patron is evidence of even one Based on what Mayor Friendly said just last week. No, so I've not heard of anybody getting sick in the restaurant. I mean, people are People may come to the restaurant. It's possible to catch it in the restaurant. If you go with a group and somebody in your group is sick, But the way we move, people remove people as bubbles. And so you stay within your bubble with the people. You're going to die. We provide adult supervision. We make sure that the group do not Merge and the people they are the distance, So I know a restaurant is a really safe place, as he said, that's safer than Kruger because we enforce the rules and we deal with the health Department and health guidelines for living. That's what we do so for us to go and tell them that they need to put a mask on mean That was really not a problem. And when they say your staff has to wash hands every 30 minutes. That's not a problem. Put a plexiglass. That's not a problem. And so why are you being focused upon as if you're the cause of the problem? When you're not? What's there? Can you get in the governor's mind? You find a reason for this. I'm not sure but the one thing to its defence with somewhat lucky in Ohio because at least we didn't end up with an arbitrary capacity like in in Tennessee and Kentucky. I mean, intense if you were 25% capacity. Now it's impossible for a restaurant to be to be making any money. At 25 person in Ohio. We have six foot distance between table or physical barriers. The wine Administration has actually been really good listening to the input ofthe restaurant. The decision about shutting down alcohol at 10 PM that that is really unfortunate, but overall with being within pray lucky, I would say You know about two weeks ago ahead on Steve Leaper, Steve Lepers, the guy that runs three C G. C and he's a great man is a good man. He's a good guy, and he said the three C D. C. Has invested something north of a $1,000,000,000 in Otr in downtown Cincinnati. And of course, he didn't say this on or off the air. But I was in the restaurant business for about 20 years and how tough it is. Willie Sports Cafe and all that, and I know how tough this From my perspective. If this continues for another six months or a year, would you agree that 70 to 80% of the restaurants will be out of business, along with the jobs will be gone. Absolutely. Absolutely no class. I was on the other phone conference this morning. We talked with a few people to share it Brown and we're so I did not recall with Wade with chief Abbot. Talking about the next round of P P p money, so hopefully that's something that they can do The big problem here. It's really the political response. I mean, every other country in the world decided to subsidize employment here, they decided to subsidize unemployment. We left. Everybody lose their job, and then we give them a bunch of money. So now we're competing with the unemployment office. Because some people are making more money being unemployed that there would be making one when there are two walk. Yes. And if you have a 12 to $15 our employees and you get state unemployment on top of that $600 a week, and you're making 12 bucks and.

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"steve leaper" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"steve leaper" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Coming up later, the proprietor, Molly from Japs smaller woman's gonna join us. I understand that she's known to police, as are many AH, bar owner restaurant owners can make it can't survive. I got a buddy down there open owns a bar, and he said he's going to crumble. He's you know, there's a place I think they've invested about $1.3 billion instances like Billy Billions. Steve Leaper still let it just go down. How do you stop it? Without customer, he said the only way that they potentially be ableto make it is if the landlords will cut them brakes on their rent, which you know the land large that now they have issues themselves. They can't just Radio the money in the 53rd bank. Correct, So he said that that way they may have a chance of them. That he predicts will be 30 restaurants and bars in that area that so And the winner is coming. I mean, bad weather and the other thing I talked to my buddies who sue everybody all the time where Chris Finney and he represents landlords. Now the popular thing to do is have of course, Eviction holidays. You can't infect somebody or foreclosure for barons, which is delaying the inevitable. But on the other side of that current transaction is a person maybe like yourself, maybe, like match diamond rich people that own properties. And you owe the bank. So if your landlord you're the landlord and the tenant doesn't pay Does what the landlord can floated for awhile, but ultimately the bank's going to say to the landlord. Hey, where's my money right now? And so it's a popular to say, OK, let's have an eviction holiday. That sounds great. Well, yeah, because most people don't know there's consequences for their landlords give penny much forever. They can't do that a long time, but they can't a little bit a lot of them do but can't do it forever. And Rob Sanders brought up the point that many of the bars and restaurants and northern Kentucky are under stress and not paying rent. So under normal circumstances. You don't pay rent you get infected, but the landlord's you're saying, Look, if we evict this bar restaurant, we don't have no. The bar restaurant coming in here is the god sequence. But then rent might be kicked them out. There's not a lot of people right now dying to open up a branch want restaurant over to invest $250,000 in his new book, her restaurant, Not a lot of that happened, and so it's It's something that is insoluble until we get about eight months from now, So when I listen to your front, Anthony Fauci said, By the end of the year, we're gonna have a vaccine. Okay, well, how long will it take to implement? I know many people that will not take a vaccine, especially one. That's I mean, there's been vaccines usually take years to develop. This is going to be developed and those who often have terrible consequences from the vaccine itself. There's other syndromes and developed and so 2030% won't take it. Which means the infection rate will continue. Though it came a whack a mole and then when it is available, who gets him? It's goingto. I think it ought to be first responders and cops and those in nursing eyes. We are acceptable that sort of then the rich people like match time. It'll be our thing. He will be saying, Give me the damn thing You know that's gonna happen is gonna and the media is going to cover that thing. And every day we have to have a new, more exciting, more dire, more fearful. Issue to deal with because otherwise we can't keep people going up the ladder. As you see, I'm going to put this out on Twitter's of poles. You see, we're Foulke. Sort of Connor recommended potentially going toe I wear Yes, we're going to wear goggles. You got protect all the mucous membranes eyes that knows enough about the years at some point. What about any human orifice must be protected. Okay, So, uh, what are we talking about it and we're dealing about a problem, which we talked about earlier with the attorney Ed hasty from Columbus. Well under 1/100 of 1% of Ohioans have been have died of covert 19 not in the entire country. Redfield was asked this question. Who's head of the CDC? How many persons under the age of 18 and died. He had the number of 80 80 and the whole country out of 82 million under the age of 18 80 out of a two million. How many have died is suicide. It was 500. Some drownings was like 700 100 so At the list is not in the top 10 of the top 20 of reasons for a person to die. But then, on the other hand, suicides have gone up 25%. Drug addiction, sexual abuse and other forms of abuse against Children used to be reported by teachers. It's not a valid cause. Teachers were sitting the classes a order those bruises on your arm. You have your classroom. Let's see what's going on. You can't tell that zoom and unintended consequences. Redfield said. This who's head of the CDC is worse than covert 19. Now that doesn't get out because it doesn't fit the media narrative of you media types They want to create fear and turmoil all the time. Yes, you This s o. Cranley came out with his list of I think it was like seven or eight bars that were had the most manic complains right? Say, why not close them down or find them or make them shut down for 48 hours. Instead of shutting. Everybody makes no sense that he didn't hate When you were a kid. You played baseball, and one guy screwed up in a coach made the whole team. Do you think that was stupid? I didn't do anything wrong. Make that guy run and the problems were not covert transmission. The problem was not following sanitary guidelines mask wearing a mask. And so once again I had on your buddy Jack Windsor from Wftv. The question was asked by him. He's like the Helen Thompson. He has the question. Has there been a transmission in a restaurant or bar? From a from a employee or patronise someone else. The governor said No. We're going to find out maybe Tuesday Wednesday, but it doesn't appear as if and he also gave me the numbers in the state of Ohio Monday of this week total hospitalized in the state of Ohio from Cove in 19 51. Out of 12 million people Tuesday. Wait, wait. So 50 people 51. We have 34,000 Available beds. Credit 51 Hospitalizations Cove in 19. On Tuesday was 39. I know how. On Wednesday it was 18. But he said that might be adjusted upward a little bit because the Friday numbers I talked him at noon might so we're going from 51 hospitalizations instead of Ohio over 19 Monday, 39 on Tuesday. 18 on Wednesday. A CZ faras deaths And and and I say again, every person's life is the same thing with death on Monday. Hi, Department of Health and Death is like we know it. This is a question What?.

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"steve leaper" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"steve leaper" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Eaten at the taste of Belgium. And with their waffles and chicken Never met this fine gentleman. John. Francoise Fillon. Jai, where we're about to do it right now. And John Francoise Flow J. Welcome to the Bill Cunningham shown John, How are you? I'm okay. How are you doing? I'm good. And you're the owner, proprietor of the taste of Belgium. So if I would take you to a 35,000 feet up in the air on a big Delta jet looking down on Cincinnati, northern Kentucky, say in December and January What did the OTR what to the restaurant industry looked like before Cove in 19. The restaurant industry. Cincinnati was booming order It's otro other restaurant. It was a story saying, we have so many talented chef Andhra Preneurs. New restaurants were popping left, then right. A culinary scene has never been more exciting. It was fantastic. And then when the thunder began in February and March It was a possibility. We were gonna have this pandemic. There was Mars. There were stars. There was all these other ones that didn't materialize. When did you realize John there was a real problem from a covert 19 was in March or April. No, I realize it's a little bit before we get their family back in Europe, So it's following the news there. So we knew for why that this was coming, But nobody knew that he was going to get that it was coming for sure. Is it as bad as it can be a TTE this point Well, it's more than pretty much anywhere anywhere else in the industrialized world at this moment. And as far as the orders from the governor, he announced yesterday. The Liquor control Board said this morning that last call for alcohol, which includes all bear products has got to be about 10 p.m. How does that affect your business? Personally for us. It's not too bad because that's towards the end of the day. We typically close at 11 but for others, it's pretty devastating, so force for for a lot of the departure industry. This is really terrible. And the problem is that the decision was really arbitrary. Our industry has really been the scapegoat There is there is really no dead are tracing of it spreads to the restaurants as Mayor Credit mentioned this morning and you guys alluded to it. We have a few back players in Cincinnati. We're not following the rules, but instead of just taking those out, did he say to drop the hammer and punishing the entire industry? I think that that's unfortunate. I don't know how many d five d six permits are in Hamilton County. I'm sure it's well in the hundreds, and Mayor John Cranley said. Restaurants and bars are not the problem. They mentioned 452 or three, You know, clean a couple others your facility. You could eat off the floor, trying to tell the American people and the last four or five weeks. What is taste of Belgium done to make sure there's a good customer experience. Relative to covert 19. I mean, we followed all the city CS Department Oi Restaurant Association guidelines. We have timers so that our members remember to watch their hands every 30 minutes. We have had sanitizer. All of our employees are wearing mascot or time. So we do everything we can to protect our team members and our guest, and we also try to educate all the members about like safe practices. Outside of what he goes. The do. The one thing is that their behaviour outside as an impact on what they bring inside the restaurant, some And in fact, you're safer. I was the other night I was in the sacred beast and I got some Parmesan cheese with pepperoni. There was a few tables. Not very many. It was safer there. And being at Walmart, or being a Costco. I'm safer an otr in a restaurant that I would be almost anywhere else because his few people present and secondly The protocols are so stiff, that's where you want to be. But the governor is cracking down on facilities like yours and Pontiac and Lotte, Lotte Boa and also peppy indoors. When that's not the problem, the governor was as yesterday John about whether or not there's any proof. That there's infections from restaurants and bars and he said, Well, we don't know. Not really. We're going to find out. Maybe next week is kind of gone. I get ready, shoot aim. Do you have any evidence in the restaurant industry that there's even one infection caused by a restaurant in Hamilton County? To a patron. Is there evidence of even one? Based on what Mayor Friendly said just last week. No, so I've not heard of anybody getting sick in the restaurant. I mean, people are People may come to the restaurant. It's possible to catch it in the restaurant. If you go with a group and somebody in your group is sick, But the way we move, people remove people as bubbles. And so you stay within your bubble with the people. You're going to die. I would We provide adult supervision. We make sure that the group do not merge and the people they are the distance, so I know a restaurant is a really safe place As you said. That's safer and quicker because we enforce the rules and we deal with the health Department and health guidelines for living. That's what we do so for us to go and sell our stuff that they need to put a mask on mean that was really not a problem. And when they say your staff has to wash hands every 30 minutes. That's not a problem. Put a plexiglass. That's not a problem. And so why are you being focused upon as if you're the cause of the problem? When you're not? What's there? Can you get in the governor's mind and find a reason for this? I'm not sure but the wanting to its defence with somewhat lucky in Ohio because at least we didn't end up with an arbitrary capacity like in in Tennessee and Kentucky. I mean in Kentucky work 25% capacity. Now it's impossible for a restaurant to be to be making any money at 25 person in Ohio. We have six foot distance between table or physical barriers. The wine Administration has actually been really good listening to the input ofthe restaurant. The decision about shutting down alcohol at 10 PM that that is really unfortunate, but overall with being within crazy, lucky, I would say About two weeks ago ahead on Steve Leaper, Steve Lepers, the guy that runs 37 G. C and he's a great man is a good man. He's a good guy, and he said the three C D. C. Has invested something north of a $1,000,000,000 in Otr in downtown Cincinnati. And of course, he didn't say this on or off the air. But I was in the restaurant business for about 20 years and now how tough it is. Willie Sports Cafe and all that, and I know how tough this From my perspective. If this continues for another six months or a year, would you agree that 70 to 80% of the restaurants will be out of business, along with the jobs will be gone. Absolutely..

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