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"susan rizzo" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

06:27 min | 2 years ago

"susan rizzo" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Keywords snow the weather having an effect on house was not getting the Jews from national grid far as some of the county by county outlining areas Fulton County seems to be hit there's twenty two hundred service areas that are without power Herkimer comes in close with nearly four hundred Sir tell Gage coming up shortly behind followed by the Schenectady county of fifty in the Albany County and then from there we just go down the single numbers throughout the rest of the area elsewhere no pay raises for some state judges that's the ruling from the state commission on legislative judicial and executive compensation story from WG was Jim Godley RD reason given new York's reported six billion dollar budget deficit times union reporting only three members of the commission voted against the races but that was enough to thwart the increases due to a recent change in the law governing the commission's decisions the change dictates that any vote for changing judicial pay needs to include the support from appointees from each of the three branches of government represented on the commission the decision affects nearly thirteen hundred judges in the state Jim gangly RT newsradio eight ten in what three one W. G. Y. fact of January six New York employers no longer able to ask about your salary history as a condition of employment WGY solution Daniels with more employers in New York state both public and private will also be prevented from seeking that information from other resources the implementation of the law is part of governor Cuomo's twenty nineteen women's justice agenda which attempts to close the gender wage gap even with the narrowest gap in the nation New York women earn eighty nine cents to a man's dollar the department of labor says this new law aims to break that cycle of unfair compensation Alicia Daniels newsradio eight ten one of three one W. G. Y. como responding to the numerous attacks against the Jewish committee's state wide speaking Sunday morning after the stabbings in Muncie in a rabbi's house Cuomo said the perpetrators of these attacks are people who intending creed mass harm violence and generate fear based on race color and creed which is the definition of terrorism and just because they don't come from another country doesn't mean that they're not terrorists and they should be prosecuted as the mastic terrorists because that's what they are governor what I'll say he's proposing new domestic terrorism l'avenir state to express cell ignorant intolerant and criminals these acts are Cuomo called the hatred in American cancer in the ball the whole take a while a gun is dead after he walked into a church service in Texas Sunday and killed two people a group of parishioners kill the shooter seconds after he opened fire they were members of a train security team at the west freeway church of Christ near fort worth authorities credit them with saving lives and American forces launched airstrike eggs airstrikes against Iran the and back Malaysia's in Iraq and Syria over the weekend the Pentagon blames the malicious for attacks on US and Iraqi military bases W. J. Y. a morning news time coming up on a little six innings updated thirty on my battery down WG was talking Kelly on news radio a ten level three one W. G. why the capital region's breaking news traffic and weather the station I thank my Kato six news radio a ten one oh three one W. G. Y. Georgian resulting in this morning and Callie newsroom takeover continues although Kelly is back tomorrow Kelly is back tomorrow and how they act in there and then so I feel like we'll have different waves of everybody rehashing their holidays causing Kelly's back she hasn't been in in the next week you'll get shot back I'm sure ill taught how to talk about it but overall I can't complain too much here we do have some kind of nasty weather even here in late then where it's been raining the whole time is just a gloomy Vicki kind of day and if you still have the time off from work enjoy hanging out at home doing nothing now if you get out to some of the outlying areas around the capital region you probably got a more serious situation we do have a growing number of closings and delays WGY dot com key words no complete list as always we've got power outages now developing national grid's website says about twenty two hundred customers or sell out around an area north of dot Johnstone Gloversville about two hundred or so out in the Galloway area another fifty years so in in Albany whether any I don't like this out of my as you get like in that area I was you start to approach Utica there's some outages out there as well so is there any estimates as far as restoration on or I I admit I did not know estimates yeah no matter that's tough for the cruise although I will say what the crews are getting around a lot of salt trucks out and about and for anybody on the commute now hopefully because of you know school's being off and people having time off the volume on the roads won't be that bad only that'll counteract any kind of poor weather conditions yeah again I just might not be doing anything right here but you know glens falls I'll try I'll try to stay away from all stay with my local travel there you go there you go also many swearing in ceremonies withstand time of year it's that time of year and who you're around about the new year that we saw account executive dama CoraciiformesFamily taking the oath of office for their new term so yeah not not there first now they're fat yes no not they've been around awhile a Susan Rizzo moves over for her position as Albany County auditor she takes the place of Michael Connors is Connors was the county controller since nineteen ninety five Susan riso is the first woman to be elected county controller in Albany County Rachel you made a good point up somewhat earlier yelp that's the only reason may be only talking about is because it's a check but why I'm not afraid like yeah yeah I do I do agree with you it's like she's qualified for the job okay fine I'd say it's it's more of a big deal because I have my Connors is at the position since nineteen ninety five so just in general for the this elected position to have someone new but that being said Susan Reso is an office now and she does have some goals to accomplish that I.

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"susan rizzo" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"susan rizzo" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Make for hazardous travel in some areas especially over the higher ground this evening through tomorrow night today we'll see increasing clouds rain arrives late in the day high thirty nine or a mix was seated times that I've freezing on many services travel be hazardous in many areas close around thirty two he continues tomorrow some ice in spots a high of thirty six with your accu weather forecast site bill decker on newsradio eight ten and one of the three one W. T. Y. a few clouds twenty seven degrees at newsradio eight ten one of three one W. G. Y. the first ever female controller in Albany County was sworn in yesterday Susan Rizzo took her oath at the Albany County courthouse Saturday she tells news channel thirteen bringing more income into the county will reduce taxes for residents I can't believe how much I can do to help with making money for the county and that's the first thing I will do day one the county controller I can bring my experience to a much larger degree for Albany County Rizzo has thirty years financial experience in the private sector she was also the city auditor Albany County executive Deon McCoy and share of Craig apple were also sworn in for new terms on Saturday no injuries reported after fire destroys two vacant buildings in the city of Albany Saturday afternoon multiple crews battled the blaze at the corner of Alexander and Clinton streets for about two hours the buildings are expected to be demolished starting Saturdays starting January sixth New York employers are no longer able to ask about your salary history as a condition of employment.

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"susan rizzo" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"susan rizzo" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Pelosi is suggesting that President Trump is unstable. I pray for the president of the United States. I wish it his family ministration Steph would have an intervention for the to the country. The President Trump is not taking that lightly crazy. Nancy? I tell you what I've been watching her, and I have I have been watching her for long periods of time. She's not the same person. She's lost at golf below CMS and also accused her of not being. Able to comprehend the North American trade deal. And the also referred to himself as an extremely stable genius president meanwhile, directing intelligence agencies to fully cooperate with a Justice department investigation into the origins of the special counsels, Russia, probe. Trump said giving attorney general William bar full authority to declassify information pertaining to the investigation. Well, nearly eight months after the limo crash scary that claimed twenty lives attorneys representing prestige little operator non Hussein finally got a chance to examine the two thousand one Ford excursion at the center of the case team of forensic. Experts was also on hand. Bob Anson is a relative of one of the victims were working to defend somebody. I'd be looking at the vehicle to, to create a fairytale to defer responsibility to others also whoever repaired, the car of the invoices of repair saying is charged with twenty counts of manslaughter in twenty of criminally negligent. And homicide. Attorney Lee kindling. It's been granted a sixty day extension for pretrial motions Hussein is now set to go on trial in early January. WG Y morning news time, eight thirty three. A second chance for a local school budget. Only fifty seven percent of voters in Lansing Berg said, yes, the district's proposed fifty million dollar package on Tuesday because the tax Levy increase exceeded the state cap. A sixty percent supermajority was needed for passage now, school officials have agreed to present a revised budget on June. Eighteenth, one that stays within the cap superintendents, Cynthia Dominic to get more community support for the budget that we need. We are going down to the tax cap. So that state star rebate check will be reinstated package. We'll carry a point four six percent tax Levy increased Nonoc says ficials will work to make a digital spending cuts over the next few weeks. All these chief auditor is calling attention to what she says is. Major financial mismanagement Susan Rizzo, a democrat running for all the county controller against city treasury. Dr Shanta far says her office has uncovered premature borrowing and investing of taxpayer funds, as well as obstruction of ongoing on its result wants her colleagues to cooperate with audits, instead of voiding. I.

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"susan rizzo" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"susan rizzo" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Yelling up conclusions or thoughts itself. Painstaking work, my observes, my job just sit there and observe and, and, and take my own notes, and leave it to the experts to draw conclusions. Caitlin has been granted. The sixty day delay for pretrial motions Hussein's trial is now set to begin next January guilty plea from a man who admits to stabbing estranged wife several times of the colony salon, Thomas Caulfield faced several charges, including attempted murder in connection with last August's attack at the beauty and bliss spa on central avenue. Police said at the time he had violated an order of protection had a knife and metal knuckles in his possession after the attack. Denise Caulfield had to have emergency surgery and spent time in an intensive care unit. Thomas Caulfield now faces up to twenty five years in prison sentencing, suffrage ally. Eighteenth police in Schenectady? You're asking for help in finding a missing. Fourteen year old boy a mayor Thomas was last seen on Wednesday described as a runaway state. Mercy missing persons clearinghouse says he's believed to be in the Schenectady area or may have traveled to poughkeepsie is described as five feet tall about one hundred forty black hair and Brown eyes. G Y morning news time coming up on five thirty three. A disaster relief Bill hung up for months over demands from House, Democrats, and President Trump as cleared the Senate in bipartisan fashion. Fox's Jared Halpern. The nineteen billion dollar disaster. A Bill provides resources to states in Puerto Rico recovering from hurricanes floods, and wildfires in eighty five to eight vote in the Senate capped what had been weeks of negotiations. President Trump initially objected to additional funding for Puerto Rico, then requested billions of dollars for humanitarian assistance at the border that request Zoltan mentally abandoned by Republican leaders. The Senate measure closely resembles a house Bill passed earlier this month. The house could fast final approval sometime today or early next week on Capitol Hill Jared Halpern. Fox News ficials with the Missouri, office administration are continuing to assess damage. The state owned buildings in Jefferson City from Wednesday's e f three tornado. Both academy building in Missouri. Governor's mansion came through the storm unscathed. The missouri. Employment security building in Missouri career center said to be the hardest hip fatal crash along the north way at the I ninety interchange on Thursday, crash caused significant delays for drivers headed south on the north way with police working on accident reconstruction, no word yet on the number of victims or the extent of any other injuries. All of these chief auditor is calling attention to what she says is a major financial mismanagement Susan Rizzo, democrat running for Albany county controller says her office has uncovered premature borrowing and investing of taxpayer funds, as well as obstruction of ongoing audits resort wants her colleagues to cooperate with audits stat of voiding them. Gotcha.

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"susan rizzo" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"susan rizzo" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Mismanagement says an audit at city hall is uncovered premature borrowing investing of taxpayer funds as well as obstruction of ongoing audits author. Susan Rizzo Wasser colleagues to cooperate with on its instead of voting them by cancelling all scheduled meetings when I started out, and I was on the same ballot as the treasurer the mayor and common council president. I'm not a gut show kind of her. I have tried to work with them. I have entered their offices and found out that nobody comes to my office. I'm not invited to any of the executive committee meetings, ODA mayor Kathy. She and releasing a statement saying it's troubling. The city auditor has decided to use the powers of the office of audit and control a manner. That's in direct conflict with national standards. She says Albany city residents deserve better statewide numbers in on school. Budgets across the state has expected photos, approve more than ninety eight percent of their district spending packages state school boards association. President Tim Creamer tells WG wise, Chuck and Kelly district Johnstown in Lansing, Berg, where budgets were defy. Cheated will get another chance. They'll have another shot at it. And my expectation is look at their budget makes them significant cuts and come back to the voters open to pass something that would be more. Reasonable New York's top court affirms, the right of farm workers to organize a case involving a farm worker who says he was fired after meeting with worker's rights advocates was first brought in two thousand sixteen and targeted the state employment Relations Act, ultimately advanced to the supreme court appellate division, which has resulted in a four to one conclusion that exclusion of farmworkers from the state employment Relations Act is unconstitutional, the court opinion found the right to organize and collectively bargain is enshrined in the New York Bill of rights David Fisher, New York farm bureau. President says they believe that the majority's conclusion is unsupported and they will appeal the ruling. Diane DeNardo, NewsRadio eight ten and one or three one WG y coming up the W G Y AccuWeather forecast. Hey, Chuck, I want to tell you about.

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