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"three hundred four million dollars" Discussed on Vicki McKenna
"Ahead. For those of you joining me after the three o'clock hour. In. Madison We'll talk about the assault on the churches by Dane County. We'll talk about what's going on in Minneapolis and how that has apparently just organically spread across the Midwest, but I. Ski macgyver Institute is on the program with me to talk about the Milwaukee School. System Milwaukee School, system. Is broke the Milwaukee. School system is operating in a deficit I'm looking at the numbers that you have posted in your latest piece, so. This current fiscal year sees the district's total balance sheet, a five hundred fifteen million dollar half a billion dollar loss. When you project it out to twenty twenty four, you can add another three hundred four million dollars, and then if you take a look at the unfunded pension liabilities, you're talking about a billion dollars, so that's a lot of money to be in the whole and yet. Apparently, it's just a whole. The Milwaukee Public School system would like to continue to dig. That is absolutely true. Vicki Yup, what we're seeing here yet again as the NPS sport just refusing to face any sort of fiscal realities. So. What's going on here? I mean they're piling more dollars on two on the pensions. They want to make easier to retire younger. And they want greater contributions to the pensions. Act Ten says that we're going to go back to the old Wisconsin State Law that never changed by the way this is just saying we're going to follow the law. You employees have to make a fifty percent contribution for your pension. That's not the fifty percent of the album fifty percent of the investment we, the government will make the other fifty percent, and that seems rational because it was taking away the employees contribution that got pension so far out of whack so. Is this like some kind of screed kind of fiscal screed against at ten? You know I don't know specifically how it interacts with Han, just knowing how how expansive that law was. What I do know was that when Acton was put into place one of the things that really saved a lot of districts including of Yes for a time was it gave districts the ability to? Change up their contracts and their plans for retirement pension, all of these sorts of benefits in ways that they didn't have the freedom to do book for because everything was put at the collective bargaining table, and so, what was forwarded by one of the Committees for the full board to vote on last night was the plan That was let NPS empl employees who are hired before June thirtieth of two thousand thirteen. It would let them retire h fifty five. Five if they have worked at the district for fifteen years, and they have saved at least seventy percent of their sick leave balance so ultimately what? The board actually approved very late last night, they we just published a story on this I believe in the last fifteen minutes actually The district went a slightly cheaper route, not by much because this will feel at about eight million dollars overall bringing the unfunded pension liability to close to a billion dollars. the one thing, but the board changed from the original recommendations that I had my story yesterday was that they are requiring employees serve at the district for at least twenty years in order to get this kind of benefit. So twenty years full pension. and. You can retire I. Mean You have to be fifty five, or can you work years and be and be forty five? It's it. You need to have all three of those things, so it'll be eight at age fifty five. If you have worked there for at least twenty years and banked at least seventy percent of your sick leave ten months old, I wanNA. What's the return on investment for the Milwaukee Pensions Right now? Not to cover billion dollars. So so that is important to the educational outcome Y. Well you know what we are told apparently is, but this is a promise that needs to fulfilled not only to the NPS, teachers the NPS employees as a whole You know they're still pushing this idea that if we focused on retention focus on upping those benefits for every employee that somehow magically that will improve our academic capabilities for students, as as you know as we were just talking about NPS has long struggled with their chief met right now. They're sitting sixteen percent proficiency for math. In the last year, about eighteen and a half proficiency percents proficiency for English Language Arts with extraordinary discrepancies between racial ethnic groups. So yet again, what we're seeing is NPS is choosing to. Prioritize really it's it's unions and those bargaining groups over the types of academic. Focus that we really in right right right? That's exactly the problem. So for sixteen percent proficiency math, eighteen percent proficiency in English for about ten percent proficiency for black kids in English about eight eight and a half percent proficiency for black kids in math. The city of Milwaukee taxpayers ought to be footing the bill to the tune of a greater than one billion dollar deficit for a school system. That wasn't even an operation for the last three months of the school year. Yeah. You know news really. No savings from that from from kids, not being in the schools. Sure sure, of course not, and you know one of the things we've been talking about. And this was a heated topic of discussion. Last night was how much money the district is going to have to spend in terms of preparation. Four going back to the fall weather, we're GONNA need to still be social distancing very very contentious issue. They're thinking. They're going to have to spend. You know somewhere in the millions of dollars on things like peaky e. No honestly so they need to spend more money. Because they they didn't have school for three months, so they need to spend more money. They can't save any money for not having school for three months. That is my understanding. I think you know this is something. They were debating back and forth for for a very long time. about what exactly that's GonNa look like. The district has put out or approved a final plan for the fall yet but we do know you know right now. They are face a hang a their position. Their balanced so to speak what their their checkbook looks like. They're five hundred fifteen million dollars in the red Yeah, that's not including the pension liability. That's not even talking about their operating funds, which three years from now is looking at a north of three hundred million dollar deficit as well so this is really significant and and This money is this issue is not going to go away. This is why board in two thousand thirteen use. Some of those tools that act ten gave it to try and address. Some of these issues You know so I think this is something that's not going.
"three hundred four million dollars" Discussed on Vicki McKenna
"Programs. Mcknight show browned on the show today. Yes still ahead for those of you joining me after the three o'clock hour in Madison We'll talk about the assault on the churches by Dane County. We'll talk about what's going on in Minneapolis. And how that has apparently just organically spread across the Midwest. But I ski. Macgyver institute is on the program with me to talk about the Milwaukee School System. Milwaukee school system is broke. The Milwaukee School system is operating in a deficit. I'm looking at the numbers that you have posted in your latest piece. So this current fiscal year sees the district's total balance sheet. A five hundred fifteen million dollar half a billion dollar loss when you project it out to twenty twenty four you can add another three hundred four million dollars and then if you take a look at the unfunded pension liabilities you're talking about a billion dollars so that's a lot of money to be in the whole and yet apparently it's just a whole. The Milwaukee Public School system would like to continue to dig. That is absolutely true Vicki. Yup what we're seeing here yet again as the NPS sport just refusing to face any sort of fiscal realities. So what's going on here I mean they're piling more dollars on two on the pensions. They want to make easier to retire younger and they want greater contributions to the Pensions Act. Ten says that we're going to go back to the old Wisconsin State Law. That never changed by the way. This is just saying we're going to follow the law you employees have to make a fifty percent contribution for your pension. That's not the fifty percent of the album. Fifty percent of the investment we. The government will make the other fifty percent and that seems rational because it was taking away the employees contribution that got pension so far out of whack. So is this like some kind of screed. Kind of fiscal screed against at ten. You know I don't know specifically how it interacts with Han. Just knowing how how expansive that law was what I do know was that when Acton was put into place one of the things that really saved a lot of districts fleeing of Yes for a time was it gave districts the ability to change up their contracts and their plans for retirement pension all of these sorts of benefits in ways that they didn't have the freedom to do book for because everything was put at the collective bargaining table and so what was forwarded by one of the Committees for the full board to vote on last night was the plan That was let. Nps empl employees who are hired before June thirtieth of two thousand thirteen. It would let them retire. H fifty five if they have worked at the district for fifteen years and they have saved at least seventy percent of their sick leave balance So ultimately what the board actually approved very late last night they. We just published a story on this. I believe in the last fifteen minutes actually The district went a slightly cheaper route. Not by much because this will feel at about eight million dollars. Overall bringing the unfunded pension liability to close to a billion dollars The one thing but the board changed from the original recommendations that I had my story yesterday was that they are requiring employees. Serve at the district for at least twenty years in order to get this kind of benefit so twenty years full pension and you can retire. I mean you have to be fifty five or can you work years and be and be forty five. It's it you need to have all three of those things. So it'll be eight at age fifty five if you have worked there for at least twenty years and banked at least seventy percent of your sick leave ten months old I wanNA. What's the return on investment for the Milwaukee? Pensions Right now not to cover billion dollars so so that is important to the educational outcome. Y Well you know what we are told apparently is but this is a promise that needs to fulfilled not only to the NPS teachers the NPS employees as a whole You know they're still pushing this idea that if we focused on retention focus on upping those benefits for every employee that somehow magically that will Improve our academic capabilities for students. As as you know as we were just talking about Nps has long struggled with their chief met right now they're sitting sixteen percent proficiency for math in the last year about eighteen and a half proficiency percents proficiency for English Language Arts with extraordinary discrepancies between racial ethnic groups. So yet again. What we're seeing is. Nps is choosing to prioritize really. It's it's unions And those bargaining groups over the types of academic focus that we really in right right right. That's exactly the problem. So for sixteen percent proficiency math eighteen percent proficiency in English for about ten percent proficiency for black kids in English about eight eight and a half percent proficiency for black kids in math the city of Milwaukee taxpayers ought to be footing the bill to the tune of a greater than one billion dollar deficit for a school system. That wasn't even an operation for the last three months of the school year. Yeah you know news. Really no savings from that from from kids not being in the schools. Sure sure of course not and you know one of the things that we've been talking about and this was a heated topic of discussion. Last night. Was how much money the district is going to have to spend in terms of preparation. Four going back to the fall weather. We're GONNA need to still be social distancing.
"three hundred four million dollars" Discussed on WJR 760
"Esteem no take a look at the picture would you have yeah now that I look at it at first it just looks like kind of a creepy Santa Claus because I haven't slept in sixteen a big guy he's got kinda hollow cheeks got Christmas hat on but his legs are kind out to the side of that's what those are and he has in one hand what appears to be a straw or a needle I'm on the other hand as a thumbs up sign and then in front of him or three lines of I guess cocaine and then there's what's that little mountain of balls there that that the the rocks well it looks to me like it's Scarface is my little friend let it snow you're killing me now yeah Walmart said we have removed these products from our market place we apologize for any unintended offense they may have caused hello a whole new meaning to the term White Christmas yeah any unintended offense yet just have seven plus one hundred okay at Christmas time well you're killing me all right now earlier in his news report the the legendary Kevin o'neill mention this at one of the nano that was duct taped to a wall now let's see what I'm saying here a banana that was duct taped to a wall sold for one hundred twenty thousand dollars and then the story gets weirder this guy David the tuna images real name and installation and performance artist in Georgia peeled off the art piece from a wall on Saturday and ate it wow now this was a hundred and twenty it would did you see it match it's about mammoth of bin and dump taped to a wall yeah and it sold for a hundred and twenty thousand apparently it is a part of an exhibit of renowned never heard of the guy myself Italian artist Recio curtailing are you also has a listen reseal little ticked off when the guy eight his hundred twenty thousand dollars currently he didn't think there is you know anything at all he was just experiencing the art but this is coming the second telling fellow apparently has a six million dollar eighteen karat gold and toilet with stolen I mean are you just go ahead and and and write your own and what I want to I want you to know this miss because I know you have culture at my house right now I have a piece of lettuce stapled to my driver open the bidding at one hundred it's a good your paddle when you showed up today yeah I'm going to keep it down all right and lastly I think I speak for everyone here Gerrit Cole and the New York Yankees nine year three hundred four million dollars three hundred twenty film over now molds Gerrit Cole thirty one twenty nine twenty nine he's twenty nine year contract that means when I started on a hundred and twenty it's it's that's nine years thirty about thirty seven million dollars that means when he's thirty eight years old you're gonna be paying him thirty seven million dollars a year to pitch is a thirty eight year old these are changes now but I will aggravate error that's with him forever you can barely six plays every day when he's on to say that thirty six engine thirty of Maryland yeah doing nothing.
"three hundred four million dollars" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"Let's them do that but it's it's not because they're awful people there. There's whatever it's because they've never done anything else and you can't fill that void that professional sports gives you. You know that a lot of people like you said you or your father probably got the same kind of basic feeling from his job right. It's very difficult to fill those voids when they're gone and went and when you're thirty two yeah thirty one and you don't get to choose shoes it sucks and guys I'm. I'm sure the Lin Sanity years made it even harder for him when he hit right because he was a guy that you know that nobody news a fringe player and then all of a sudden he became a real legit N._B._A.. Player and was a star by weeks remaining the actual rock. He's saying that he's rock-bottom it means he means his rock-bottom professionally correct not like rock bottom compared to literal what could be rock bottom for a person with a drug problem or or he's only death for or his own personal Ross when he was literally sleeping on a guys couch trying to play that was different because he was had made it yet. It was twenty three or whatever but that's what it's all about context. It's just this stuff with Labor for every like we talk about the money. The money is why when there's a strike people generally side with management and leadership right because we look at these guys and say well. I'm labor their Labor burbot their labor. They're making two hundred three hundred four million dollars over the course of their career. They should shut up play from my entertainment. That's that's why we sympathize with the billionaires over the millionaires and it's always been weird to me coming up next I will get to that Vogel's story. I will get to that Vogel Story so Vogel spoke to sports illustrated about his relationship with Jason Kidd. We'll tell you what he said. Informants sit down show here on E._S._P._N.. L._A.. Bryan and I be K. here today. Eh talking about what it's like to get old basically because you're gonNA gain weight as you get older and you have to figure out how to maintain these sexy bodies by we'll see I am. I've my goal. I don't WanNa Look I. It's not about what you look like with your shirt off off anymore shirt on looking credible enclosed and just good having like I'm cool. Having a decent dad bought like I'm having that I mean I've got I. We just had our third kit like there's no one out there for me to impress the my my wife is always like you can do better. Go for it yeah and I don't so I just WanNa look credible right great yeah credible in my clothes show. I have a friend who says I literally work out to eat and I adopted that mantra <hes> I work out so I can eat kind of what I want kind of even then it's kind of once you start getting your I. I don't eat anywhere near as many carbs I used to and Marcellus fried stuff. If you gotta be careful about Marcellus kind of day was National Chicken Wings Day. We ordered food earlier. I blame sales for not having somewhere I mean we work with wing people yeah we do. We should have had it but I could have ordered usually go kate sets my fault at could've gone and like ordered wingstop. I've done that in the past year and it's too late because by the time it gets you we'll be gone interesting today and just deliver having delivered tomorrow. We won't be here tomorrow thinking about wingstop though Yeah fries tomorrow and then right tomorrow's Taco Tuesday.
"three hundred four million dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
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"three hundred four million dollars" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
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"three hundred four million dollars" Discussed on 600 WREC
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"three hundred four million dollars" Discussed on KTOK
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"three hundred four million dollars" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
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"three hundred four million dollars" Discussed on 710 WOR
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"three hundred four million dollars" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
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"three hundred four million dollars" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"With Thomas pope integrity radio joined by Bill Lyle from atlas cinemas Hello Bill. Good morning, John. How are you? Good. Good morning. Thomas. Great. Middle slow this week because of the snow near fifty two percent of the United States is under snow right now. Wacky numbers. That hurt the business at the box office is a human analytic Bill. Even though we had all this snow grass still did with a top movie at forty million dollars at the box office. It did what split dead. So we thought it was slow but overall draft did forty million dollars. So that was good. For the movie theaters. Are we shouli if a witness snowed? It could had gone sixty seventy million dollars. So. I don't know if it has legs to do it again next week. I don't think so I haven't heard a lot of good things about it. So we'll see how it goes. Second top movie, the upside. Kevin hart. Fifteen million dollars aquaman still doing very well. At day in third place at ten million dollars. It's up to three hundred four million dollars domestic at the box office, the movie that I was hoping we would get, but we didn't since we're a small chain locally owned theater. Dragon ball forgot about it did a lot of business even though. Nine point seven million dollars. Doesn't seem a lot. But it was only on twelve hundred screens. Yes, it would have been on thirty eight hundred screens like glass, it did a lot more business. But they only would give it to the larger franchise. Companies. They would not give it to atlas theaters. I saw a trailer for a anime TV show yesterday. Just a commercial for it those things give me headaches. Watching those things which one was it. I don't know. It was I just know. It was Japanese anime was some TV show and for thirty seconds. I felt like I was evident epileptic cheese. Oh my God. I can't even breathe after this those I cannot watch say my life a lot of people like, I know they love it. And that's the thing. I could never get into it. Because I pass out. That's my story. Spiderman into the spider verse come in fifth place at seven point five billion dollars dogged way home come in six. At seven point one million dollars. That's the one I was interested in dogs way home. Yeah. Yeah. 'cause I I wanted to see because it was actually a feel good story. It was almost like incredible journey. Remember that basic like credible journey. Yes. So I'm still might go. See that. But it did did very well did very well at the atlas theatres yesterday with our customer appreciation day six dollars, man. They really came in yesterday. In seventh place escape room did five point six million dollars. Mary Poppins returns to hanging in their place at five point two million dollars. Bumblebee still in ninth place in the top ten at four point seven million dollars in the roundout the top ten on the basis of sex. Yeah. Thank you. They.
"three hundred four million dollars" Discussed on Behind the Bets
"Oh, no. You would think they lose outright and Mason Crosby. Hey, maybe he makes a field goal. And maybe they win in overtime. It's right misdemeanors time expired so McCarthy fired right after the game thirteen years in Green Bay. I was actually doing sports center at the time. And I did the breaking news broaden, Adam Schefter, gave us the news. Gave us some context. Talking about the the relationship between Aaron Rodgers and McCarthy, and then I was lucky enough to have onset next to me where Jeff Saturday who played a year with the Packers and McCarthy and then Ryan Clark who faced the Packers. And I believe the two thousand eleven Super Bowl with the Steelers and Clark says every time the Packers. I see them this season. I recognize all the plays. Not because I've been studying them this year hardcourts. I did for two weeks prepping for that Super Bowl, and literally nothing has changed in terms of offense of ingenuity. And I thought that was a fascinating comment. Well, it says a lot because I can't imagine that if you play the Rams in two thousand twenty six Sean McVay is going to be running the same place that he's running two thousand eighteen it says a lot about Mike McCarthy, and it looked like Aaron Rodgers. And that team were just kind of going through the motions. I think they were ready for coaching change. I don't think Joe Philbin is the guy that's gonna fix it. I thought he was one of the worst coaches in the league when he was in Miami. But I think that certainly it's the right thing for Green Bay to do. And they've only got so many years left of Aaron Rodgers prime for them to miss the playoffs. Two years in a row with Aaron Rodgers their starting quarterback is re I know last season was mostly because he got hurt. So there's an excuse there. But what's their excuse this season to be one of the worst teams in their division? When they have Aaron Rodgers as their starting quarterback is ridiculous. Own six on the road as well. Never sign of a strong team. And I I just think it's funny. How people like well he won. He won a Super Bowl they owed, and they don't own any you pay someone millions and millions of dollars. Like, let's not forget the transactional relationship. It's it goes back to when Kobe. They're like, well, they owed Kobe that max deal at the league. Now, they paid them to three hundred four million dollars. Now, they don't always guys anything you could say they own because of the branding. He helped the franchise in the salary cap limit. That's fine. Give him an executive position and pay him ten million dollars a year after he's retired for twenty years. Like other franchises have done. I'm okay with that saying we owe him for the brand value, whatever because we were limited because he was certainly underpaid quote, unquote, during the times that he was an MVP candidate because the salary cap, right, obviously, LeBron's worth hundreds of millions of dollars. Right. Like, I get all that..
"three hundred four million dollars" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Them doing that while harper is clearly not quite right at the plate while the rotation is nick up the odds are not that great so i would say now if you're asking me to put money down on someone i would probably put money for any division any playoff race it put money down right now on whatever team is leading it even if i think as i do a healthy nats club is better now we're dealing with just mass there's not that many games left for teams to make up significant gaps in the standings it's why we think we know who the al playoff teams are probably going to be a why it looks like we have a pretty good idea who that an elderly winners are going to be yeah and you're talking about sample size in effect and now the national sort of shown who they are and i think that that also applies to bryce harper and i want to ask you about this i did a get up this morning talk to mike greenberg about what's going on with bryce harper and how he struggled a we've talked before about how he's been had such an inconsistent approach at the plate he's had his mechanics go off and he asked the question sir how are other teams potential bidders evaluating this this is going on foreign up for me that if i were in a front office i probably would have a difficult time recommending a deal in offer over three or four years because i'm beginning to wonder what you're going to buy i mean you and i both know he's going to do fine is a free agent not too many is former every p gonna hit the market at twenty six but the the walk strikeout numbers that we've talked about the the hitting mechanics there is so many so much there to be concerned about because if you're going to spend we've all been speculating a three hundred four million dollars you want a lebron james consistency you wanna mike brought out consistency you wanna joey votto consistency i see nothing consistent in his approach and i have no idea what he's going to give you in two thousand nine thousand nine or two thousand twenty if you were signed him to a major deal what do you think there's a direct comparison manny machado is hitting free agency the same charters had much more consistency over the course of his cruise really one sort of off season but you look underlying data the the bab hip in the pitched the tripe and data all said he was going to be fine and obviously he has has been fine serene to some bad luck last year that's not the case with harper machado also provides more defensive value plays a premium position which harper generally does not listen centerfield jesuits much career.
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"Knocked out because money does not getting body out but i i don't expect this to be a good boxy matching so for people who love boxing they're gonna look at this and be like are you cut that's the problem nobody loves boxing any more which is why it's been largely invalidated in the public the public supporting spectrum they need this they need to get gimmicky they need carter mcgregor may be answered my second thing needs kayak rigorousness for your god are you going to watch in one hundred percent whatever you going to do that to do you think that this is actually a publicity stunt you'd be like staged like myself well i think it's going to be real you're gonna fight but is this what boxing needs to become relative because wrote everybody knows the ufc and emit may has passed it in pie in some cases not in the card core boxing arenas owe boxing fans don't come at me like i i don't the boxing us marry more it's still matters doing very little very little matters yet mainstream wise ufc is crushed it swallowed aid so is this an intentional a calculated orchestrated endeavour to bring boxing that's a good question but but i think first of all by answer is no and the reason i say no because i don't think that floyd really cares about the boxing game as much as floyd cares about floyd at though out of it the way me mad at him to get over much what are you gonna get i do the same thing i'm ready to consider carrying freight round let people think we get a rematch can hang around and can't get three hundred four million dollars i do anything for that but here's here's the here's the issue all right and i was have this discussion with santer and san through his motive was was one of it was interesting and you know i love santer but he's a little he's like a little poodle contrary always nitpicky here and i just i was in the middle of 9000 things that are really wanted to end the conversation finally took the cue and he left the office but his point was interesting he goes and he said the same thing use it all how's it going to knock conor mcgregor floyd never monzon anybody but has not only boxes boxers his and they know how to sleep and they're technically sound conor mcgregor if loyd mayweather wants.