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"twenty acres" Discussed on Snarf Talk
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City turns flood-prone properties into a trail system
"To rivers run through ELKHART Indiana and in two thousand, eighteen heavy storms caused record breaking floods. The damage was extensive we had fema come in of course I. think that was kind of the wind up call for a lot of the people in the city and the administration itself saying we need to prevent this from happening again in the future. Jameson Czarnecki is director of the ELKHART Environmental Center. He says to hold more water during heavy rain. The city has been updating its combined sewer and stormwater system, and it just continued an effort that began in the ninety s buying out property owners who live in the flood plain. We have a trail called the river greenway and it's one hundred and twenty Acre greenway system that we purchased a lot of the homes from and then remove those homes and then turned it back into riparian zone to prevent some of that flooding. He says resonance can also help by keeping stormwater grades clear and planting trees and rain gardens that absorb brain. We do a variety of programming throughout the year with rain barrels, discussing how people can make their lawns more habitat friendly, more preventative for flooding. So as Elkhart experiences more heavy rain residents can stay safe and dry.
The Steven Stayner Case
"The Smoke Californian Falling Tan of Said Laws One hundred thirty miles southeast. Of San, Francisco providing access to the Sierra Nevada mountains and California's central coast. Surrounded by almond groves and paycheck orchards. The town's slogan is gateway to Yosemite. A ninety mile drive leads ride into the heart of the famous Yosemite National Park I remote area of wilderness spans close to seven hundred and fifty thousand acres. The Miss said community is close knit with residents enjoying the range of outdoor activities on offer including skiing, fishing, hiking, and swimming. trae line to neighborhoods featuring numerous paths and pox make miss said an ideal place to raise a family. From nineteen, Sixty, seven to nineteen, seventy, one this Dana family lived on a twenty Acre farm ranch just outside of method, county? Parents K into del had married wake soft like I met and had gone on to have five children. Kerry Cindy Stephen Jody and Corey. Del worked as a mechanic at a local page cannery and also grew almonds on the families found. This Dana were a loving family as practicing moments. They enjoyed attending church services twice a week and in sped to on the children loved exploring their lodge property. Once a month, the family would spend the weekend camping at a nearby like. Middle Child Stephen loved the great outdoors and would explore the farm for hours with his dog daisy. Hey and his father often went fishing together. But it was a running joke that Stephen couldn't keep quiet long enough for them to catch anything. This summer of Nineteen seventy-one was hot and dry and Dell's almond crops struggled to due to poor irrigation. Hey Decay, decided to sell the ranch and move their family to suburban Miss said. They purchased a three bedroom single story in a lower middle class neighborhood that had a swimming pool in the backyard to provide relief from the summit hate. The. Move was difficult for seven year old Stephen who missed rural life. At first, he struggled to adjust to his new school of Charles wrought elementary bus September of Nineteen, seventy two he was settling down and making friends. On the evening of Sunday, December three nineteen seventy seventy-two Stephen attended the birthday party of his friend. Sharon giving her a stuffed Koala bears as a present. When he returned time Stephen Raved to his parents about how much fun he had had at the Party and tell them how much he was looking forward to Christmas in a few weeks time. He was so excited that he had trouble falling asleep that night. The next morning Monday December four was a regular day in this Dina household. After breakfast K. inspected her for eldest children to make sure they were presentable school while the youngest corey wasn't yet old enough to attend. Kerry Cindy Stephen and Jodie then walked the twelve blocks to Charles. Rot. Elementary together. With sixth grader Kerry keeping watch over his three youngest siblings. Stephen finished school at two PM, which was Annella hour earlier than his brother and sisters. He usually walked the half mile home with friends, but it was raining and cold. So K. decided to pick him up on her way home from running. Samaritans. She arrived at the school at two ten hoping Stephen had anticipated that she would pick him up and was waiting for her. However there was no sign of him. K. Drove home keeping annoy out for Stephen along the way. She didn't spot him on the Straits and when she arrived home at two twenty, he wasn't dairy the. At three o'clock, K. and Del returned to Charles wrought elementary to Pique Cindy and Jodi up from school. Carry wasn't there as hey typically won't time with friends. But Cindy into Jodi time their parents, they hadn't seen Stephen since lunchtime. This. Wasn't an immediate caused by concern as Stephen had recently by any trouble for going to his friend's house off to school without seeking his parents permission first. Del had punished him with a belt to the backsaw does the turn but they was certain he had disobeyed them again.
Los Angeles - 4-Acre Brush Fire Sparks In Sepulveda Basin
"Fire crews are fighting a wind driven brush fire in his state this morning the equestrian fires this place is being called is burning just off the five freeway near Tackett canyon road officials say the fire began around three forty five and has burned about twenty acres so far no structures are currently threatened several other brush fires have been reported including one of the spell the damn basin much of the region is under a red flag fire warning this morning because the windy conditions and dangerously low
Dr. E of Highway to Health Show: Living Ageless
"I'm a physician I specialized. I've really went to school for for jetty and the anti-ageing and that led me into medicine and stem cell treatments. So I've been doing that for for quite a number of years now but really if I had to define myself I am. I'm more of an educator. I believe that health is an active pursuit. The dead. It's it's our responsibility and there's no better way to do it than if you're well equipped with the right knowledge and education. So that's what I focused most of my time at right now and I know one of the things I've often commented people across the years is a lot of people. Spend more time looking for a good mechanic for their car than for good medical advice. They assume well. This physician is on my medical plan or a friend of mine said that this was a good physician and they don't really for lack of a better term. Do THEIR DUE DILIGENCE. Find out you know as this physician is somebody that I can communicate with. Is this somebody who you know understands. What my goals are and I know. You mentioned that really. Nobody wants to be sick. Nobody wants to be ill and I know in the movement field. There's a tendency for People kind of lower down on the educational ladder. That's a bad terminology. Maybe not physicians but personal trainers People in the group fitness say more is better go hard and I think in this time Corona nineteen. The Nice thing is a lot of people are kind of stepping back and say you know movement is good but we know that if we exercise to intensely too long too often in effect immune function so. I'm curious with your background in medicine. How did you gravitate towards regenerative medicine? And this is a catch all term which will correct beyond and I'm saying it purposely anti-aging which is not what you actually you're doing. I think a better term is what well when I when I so. Here's the thing when I graduated graduated. Two Thousand Eight and for medical school and when I was looking for my for my for my specialty training it was cold anti aging of course that term as you very well know gut prostituted and now literally everyone who does a cream or who wants to get rid of Broncos or who anything of the sword they just call it anti-aging so really a one of the concepts that I that I picked up in the way that I like to refer to it as h management on because we all age. But it's just a matter of of of maintaining and avoiding the typical downfalls that we see with our physiology as we age in truth matter is as scientists. We very well know why. A lot of the typical symptoms of aging don't necessarily have to do with aging they have to do with neglect like that neglect. I know I've got a client. Who's in his early sixties? He likes to run likes to bike. And one of his comments is after doing a heart heart bike ride or two or going on vacation biking for three or four days harder than he typically does he goes. You know this crap when they talk about aging and recovery taking longer. It really is true so I want to touch a little bit on that neglected. You're talking about if you could kind of expand out out more on that. I know it probably encompasses many things in my specialty. The field is a lot of people. Don't like to move but it's not just movement. It's other things if you could kind of talk about that. Well so movement is very important as you know you and I. We've we've spoken about that and I know that that's that's literally what your what your career is about. And and in your whole mission in. Here's the thing or the recent why movement is so important. I mean it. It does have a lot of other benefits as well like cognitive benefits in such. But one of the main reasons I in terms of longevity and h management that who've been the so poor just because it helps maintain muscle mass if we think about our bodies as as these as these machines that they are muscle is a very expensive asset to have right. It does require a lot of energy. It does require a lot of maintenance that does require a lot of input so in order for for for us or for body to considerate. S an essential asset to maintain. We need to make sure that we're using it. If we stop using it our bodies going to say why the Hell Am. I leaving aside all these all these resources all this energy all these nutrients all these different things if we're not using this it's literally cutting costs if you. WanNa look at it from from an economics perspective. It's it's cutting costs so when that happens we start losing muscle and when we start losing muscle all lot of other metabolic changes start happening in our bodies and today we know very well. That maintenance of muscle is one of the most important markers of longevity people who live the longest. They keep their lean muscle the longest. It's as simple staff and I think one of the things that's very interesting having grown up in a rural area and living in a semi rural area. Now that having lived in the city is for people who grow up in a rural area if they grow up where there are war manual labor jobs. They happen to have a family. Farmers acreage that muscle. Mass maintenance may not consist of going to the gym or lifting weights at home. They may actually get that doing their yard work on their multi Acre yard or maybe they have horses or they have beef cattle or they have a vegetable garden. I know for my Pittsburgh podcasts. I interviewed a gentleman who owns a restaurant in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Reading Co and when I asked him why activity was so important to him. He said well. His parents were always very active. Not as foregin is activity but he grew up on an organic vegetable farm and I think he said they had fifteen or twenty acres of vegetables and that gives the movement. How hard is it for? People who near experience who don't live that more agrarian lifestyle or more rural lifestyle to maintain that muscle mass versus may be people who the idea of going to a big city like New York City or Pittsburgh is like Oh my God. I don't WanNa do that that that that was me and I grew up in Mexico City. So you know you talk about large cities. That's that's literally the definition of fake chaotic city When we're you need to get in the car two go anywhere were. Your commute is on our. If you're lucky doesn't matter where you're going You're just not used to doing that. You're absolutely right a lot of times. People who live the longest and and who the healthiest the WHO have the law. The lowest indexes of chronic disease. These are the people that have a lot more outdoor activities as we start moving towards sedentarism and as we start spending more time endorsed and we started moving less it becomes harder and it becomes an effort in for those of us who were raised in a city in an urban environment. We do have to make that conscious effort and part of what we're currently seeing right now is because we have gotten to that point and I'm not just talking about the problem and and how how fast Gobert is spreading and whatnot. But I'm talking about a lot of other conditions that were seeing a lot of chronic disorders even fertility issues. Even a lot of things that we're starting to see more of it has to do with the fact that we're spending more time to endorse unless time outside and less time moving and it's a combination of both one is movement and activity and the other is is simply being outdoors being out in the sun being out in fresh air being out in nature. Because there's there's more and more research that suggests that we you know we. We need that. Our bodies evolved in nature so we do crave and need those
Who Owns Florida's Wisteria Island, A Developer Or The Government? Judge To Decide
"Having me at the southern tip of Florida is key west beyond that is Wiz Styria island a small island created by the US navy nearly a century ago NPR's Greg Allen reports it is at the center of a court battle between a developer of the federal government both say they own it there are no bridges to wisteria island it's less than a mile off shore and you need a boat to get there seven now cliff Hartman brings is digging out to the boat the ferry as to shore he sometimes called the mayor of wisteria island that was a joke because whenever I saw someone new here I would tell them you got to be careful with fire don't camp on the beach don't bring rowdy people out here apartment is part of an informal community for whom wisteria island is home he's been here fifteen years like many he sleeps on his boat keep the cap on the island apartments as most working Key West but can't afford to live there walking around the island he points out the sites it's sandy and rocky just over twenty acres with native plants like mangroves and see grapes there's a problem maybe fifteen little camps around the people's day this is someone from town that come out here in the weekends there's some more permanent it's a squatter's community the one that's been here for decades going back at least to the nineteen sixties are knows your art and his wife nausea lived on their boat anchored off the island for eighteen years we raise our kids on boat they grew up are they I mean basically we stay I known was there they ground about a decade ago the burns dean family the island's owners began making plans to build a luxury resort they're concerned about what that would mean for Key West and community on wisteria island George started to dig into its history it's what's known as a supporter lightly created by the navy with material dredged from the key west barber channel in the early nineteen fifties the state of Florida agreed to sell it to a powerful local politician was later resold and eventually acquired by the burned stains working with a local newspaper or no and not just your argument to a National Archives facility near Washington DC and asked to see everything they had on wisteria island neighborhood this card was boxes and boxes and boxes of things we said there for like days and days and we can back was a letter from the president of United States saying let's Coolidge nineteen twenty four saying reserving the item for the navy that letter along with other documents uncovered by the George have convinced the U. S. government that it not the burns dean family is wisteria islands rightful owner the government has asked a federal judge to certify its ownership in a lawsuit that set to go to trial this spring a key part of the case deals with an arcane piece of U. S. history the nineteen fifty three submerged lands act that law transferred from the federal government to the states ownership of the area within three miles of the coast to reserve for the federal government quote all lands filled in built up or otherwise reclaimed by the United States for its own use Bruce rogo the lawyer representing the burns dean family says that's the key point the navy never had a use for wisteria island they had to put this spoil somewhere and they put it on what turned out now to be was teary island so they created the island but they didn't created for their own use they created as a depository to put the spoil for the burn sting family the government's decision to reassert its claim came as a blow the properties worth tens of millions of dollars and the families pay taxes on it for more than fifty years Key West also has a lot riding on the case for cliff apartment and many others the rag tag community on wisteria key is a last vestige of the way key west used to be unconventional but self reliant most of people in town think this island is this a haven for scalawags and sometimes it is but this is also one of the only places where kids can come play out in nature if the government is successful in its lawsuit Hartman and many others here hoping with story island will be preserved as a natural area or
"twenty acres" Discussed on KTOK
"More than a hundred twenty acres near cash in western Comanche county yesterday two homes were destroyed several families had to evacuate at least six other structures including barns and sheds were also destroyed an authority said today that they think that the fire was started by a welder another flew warning today here's Megan bishop for more flu deaths in Oklahoma bringing the total to twelve so far this season alone the state health department says the worst of the flu season may still be ahead of us if you still haven't gotten a flu shot health officials say you really should make it a priority as soon as possible U. S. marshals have arrested a woman in connection with a child stealing case out of Bixby a one year old child was reported missing last Friday and U. S. marshals say they track to the alleged suspect thirty one year old Carissa Ford to Arkansas and then back to Oklahoma and she was arrested yesterday at a trailer home in a rural area near you follow the child was found safe and has been reunited with the family a man who pleaded guilty to exposing himself to four young girls in the parking lot of the chick fillet in Norman has been sentenced to four years in prison and six years on probation fifty three year old George Easterling of Shawnee will also have to register as a sex offender and attend counseling sessions and the Oklahoma City zero is donating ten thousand dollars to help care for animals displaced by the fire is in Australia since the wild fires began last September an estimated one billion animals have perished the Oklahoma City zoo is home to fifteen species native to Australia from the news.
"twenty acres" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Is state of over one hundred twenty acres in our family in Arkansas since the eighteen hundred there is well over one hundred heiress to the estate with undivided interest ownership one relative in Arkansas who is not the deed holders for the property without the consent or notification of sale to the other or the D. holder who ninety four years old only what you're after by the way just just to let you know that sale is not valid exactly and I need to know what kind of attorney to get I don't get our acreage back wait a minute how you get your acreage back did the county record it did they record the trans written twenty people to one there was no transfer he managed to get five relatives to sell their interest ownership and interest ownership is like one five hundred I understand so all right okay so he now has won five hundred south of the property videos are and that's and by the way with all those other owners title didn't transfer when you said he doesn't have title he just paid someone to borrow money for the joy you hold it to a timber company well the land to a public company okay tell it illegal that's correct the entire sale is illegal and I'm surprised that the timber company didn't do title search didn't go through it because that's very very rare for a company not to bother checking all right so as of right I don't need to deal with all right of course not so are a lawyer somewhere in and out you said Alabama Tennessee Arkansas I news one of those states out there in Arkansas you have to hire a lawyer in Arkansas I just let the timber company know Hey you can't tell there's no way you can harvest timber you don't own the land this was the only and I found out that this happened it occurred last year and I didn't find out until I paid the taxes last okay all right payment was sent back yeah that doesn't matter are the only thing that matters what is their timber harvested off that land timber and oil mineral right on that okay it's time it's time it's a tough it's time for a lawyer in Arkansas you've got to get one instant yet is this is you want to let you want land use lawyer are a specialist now I it out where do you go here's what I suggest okay if I have if I have it a a legal issue to go and it's out there in for for for land you know squirrel hollow in wherever the hell it was as I said I don't go to the website put him online Akan now tell you why we don't have lawyers but the all these lawyers we have north of a hundred of them no lawyers and they can do the research and real and refer you out okay and the president that get the sale the attorney he used was also a family member yeah well you got a strong all over the ice in probably gonna go after the license because that looks like the attorney was part of the fraud all right well let me tell you my cynical Jack potting this is war criminals use malware even hardware to get ATMs to dispense cash as in your cash now it mainly was overseas enterprise but is moved full blast in the U. S. you have to understand how cyber crimes affecting our lives identity theft every two seconds serious issue matter fact it's really all about identity theft and.
Residents near wildfire urged to be ready to "go at a moment's notice"
"Here in LA a fire has been burning near the beloved Getty museum for much of yesterday you can see this band of smoke stretching over the beaches of Santa Monica and out to sea there were evacuations shut down freeway but also a sense that this is a life here then again fast moving wildfires are unpredictable we saw one last year explode in northern California destroying much of the town of paradise and northern California is where firefighters are doing some of the hardest work right now battling the king Kate fire is engulfed more than seventy four thousand acres in cinema county north of San Francisco James gore the cinema county supervisor described what it's been like embers flying off we'll just jump into an area and all the sudden you will see in a window that in the middle of the vineyard in acre go up in three minutes and then an acre moved to twenty acres in twenty minutes yeah it is astounding to see the progression with the wind and the fact that the best they can do is really hold it off hold today and the fire has forced thousands to flee including residents of nearby Healdsburg and that city's mayor David Hey Klay joins us on the line this morning mayor thanks so much for taking a few minutes for us good morning I appreciate you having me on so how close is Healdsburg to this fire right now the you the fire actually is is very close to Healdsburg it as the crow flies home Watson a few miles and we we were very fortunate that when we give the evacuation notice on Saturday our community dropped everything and last and United I just heard about the room the reports of fires in southern California as well and with anyone of these situations when an evacuation is given and the community respond like they did in Healdsburg it really helps the first responders are able to have the room and the space to do what they need to do to get the staging area sat so that they're ready I I will I was in Healdsburg on early Sunday morning when the winds are picking up right around three AM when things are going south quick and I'd I'd throw up by our neighborhood and I could see the mass of a show of force that was there and I I can't say enough to to thank the various agency the regional agency that has come together the sole supporter community breathtaking what are firefighters telling you I mean is is do they have this under controllers are chance that that this fire could really explode again are or others could start that could that could threaten communities again even though they've done a really good job with the city of hill burgers in the city of Gilbert we haven't had any structures are homes or businesses burn and they've been battling the slayer out so hot spots the the briefings cal fire gives you know the they're attacking at every angle that they can but I think the last I heard was that let last night I think you the we are at fifteen percent contained which we still have a long way to go it sounds like a lot of firefighters a minute and coming from all over the state interest and then exhausted I mean a lot of fires out there right now yeah yeah there is a lot of we have a lot of resources hand the governor's been great and providing the resources make sure those get mobilized and does that that's the that's right very very appreciated you know a lot of Americans know cinema county obviously for wine country I mean I was looking at that the website for your city I mean just describing farm to table restaurant and wine country and beautiful countryside I mean I know the region relies a lot on tourism or are you worried this might keep people from visiting are you are you worried about the regional economy because of of this happening over and over again you know I think anytime something like this happens is elected leader you do you do worry but I I do want to get the message out there one and all one week ago tonight at eleven PM we got the call that we needed to open our evacuation center in Healdsburg and the within an hour or our city staff security services department they have that place up and running and we were able to welcome people are being evacuated from neighboring towns and what people need to understand about cinema county in Healdsburg is you know when you have a hospitality industry that goes through to everything we do our evacuation center was a place of comfort for people that were being displaced and dealing with a massive trauma and how I would delete we had translation services we had Latino community out reach we had mental health facilities we had it we accepted Pat's there's a lot we did it when you talk about farm to table dining are world class jobs down together and we're providing food it was little could describe it as food to backyard farm devaluation center I mean it with that mentality goes through everything we had one contact with all of our hotels and we were able to coordinate and place people one contact with our shop same thing well that's great to hear on something you communities really coming together and we'll all be all be thinking about a community hope people stay safe David Headley is the mayor of Healdsburg got his cities just a few miles away from with can Kate fire continues to burn this morning there thanks so much for your time thank you I appreciate your coming our stories and keeping us in your thoughts
"twenty acres" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
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"twenty acres" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
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"twenty acres" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show
"Your grass and somebody's sniped it or what yet yeah so good question and and we can tell i have have all kinds of crazy animals my life right now but yeah <hes> so scott and i moved over fort myers and we bought twenty acres and on our property. We have a bunch of wild boar that have just been like like living there and <hes>. I wasn't privy to this information before. I moved until this kind of happen that i didn't realize that they're kind of like pests. Their past like my husband just wants to exterminate them. You know like they even have you can hire people that common trap them. Just get rid of them. I think they do harvest the meat but they're they're actually pretty hard on the land but then again you will see people will be like you know they'll do guided trips on like watt like boar hunts so while they're kind of a nuisance animal i think my husband he and his friends did enjoy hunting them on the property so yes so my husband actually he put up a tree stand and he's been trying to just get all these wild boar offer property so is there a number of wild boar on your property that he's counted like other fifty or one hundred and fifty eight ten yeah yeah so. It's not like totally out of control but i think they definitely lived. There and i'd like main thing is i think when when you when you when we actually live on the land i would not want my kids to my kid or my dogs. Have a run in with any bore and you know. I felt really guilty about us. Hunting number annan i saw that you know they had left part of the car cast carcass on the on the grounds <hes> and and <hes> the the there his little pig friends just ate the rest of it within our so they're omnivores when you see them eat each other so it really just makes you not as upset about killing them. She's kinda gross. You're laying there hanging on by dear life. You're going to eat you no matter. What aw that's what scott was saying. He's like i don't wanna run my property because you know what if you broke your leg and you're stuck on the property they could just come up. Eat you and that's not cool to sail so so yeah but come to find out there actually delicious. You know sue cooked one and one yeah so we did we <hes> <hes> we brought some meat home. They harvested the meat of what they shot. Lake too and you know they say it's usually the the smaller ones. The females are tasty or if you get the really big yawkey i mean they're all kinda yucky but they're very stinky actually when you when they've been on the property and you're there you can tell they were there. It's like ah but the meat is actually really good and i thought it was going to be really game me but i wasn't and i just did a a wet age and you cry backley ackley steal them up and then a couple of days and then i brian them for like for like maybe four hours and then it was it was just a loin <hes> not a tenderloin orlov's loin <hes> but it was extremely lean as you would expect out it was delicious and there was no weird taste or anything <hes> and you know my only mistake was actually over cooking it because i was a little bit <hes> just skeptical because it's wild boar on by then based on research research. Some instagram irs correcting may saying hey shaw from hunter angler cook. It said that you can cook while board at one thirty seven to kill off parasites or anything on what is isn't trick not worrying about so. I cook my one sixty five next time i will cook it to one forty five which is what i normally do for like store-bought work anyway and okay now. Would you say the flavor was akin to normal pork. It's it's like the same. It's these mo- as hunter. I would say because he speaks english you like. Would you do a pulled pork a poor..
"twenty acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640
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"twenty acres" Discussed on KOMO
"It I have a house we built twenty years ago on the way out I'm good basically the fight long and we all over here at four hundred twenty acres on a private lady that we manage at the tree farm back paradise reclamation merry which is all Martin back riding trails mountain bike trails and in the in the house one contemporary at like thirty one hundred square feet got a fireplace one of the guys that are in our local artists generally speaking I I can't find anything right for the hall there's nothing quite similar I can be out there the homes in the lake sold yeah the hospital engines really kind of grade B. they literally I don't think there's been one actually let here's what I can remember maybe one that's challenging they're all very watered down a couple out better in a row on the probably three million and then they go down to a couple all mall property division out old rod and gun club hundred years ago and they don't you know look what happens all too you know new largely about.
"twenty acres" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Need to restore an area and the same goes with sea grass a lot of that is done on like a consulting kind of basis so they're almost consulting firms that will do you see grass and submerged aquatic vegetation restoration okay great can you tell us what the center for conservation is where you work sure so center for conservation is part of a larger collaborative the primary partners at the Tampa Electric Company the Florida aquarium and then the Florida fish and wildlife conservation commission FWC it is adjacent to the larger collaborative as the Florida conservation technology center and that encompasses if any of your listeners are familiar with the matter to viewing center which is in Apollo beach it's the most popular free attraction in Florida we get like four hundred thousand visitors between November and April but all amenities are come into the hot water affluent off the power plant and in the winter time it's a registered manatee sanctuary and so we get hundreds of manatees in there when the weather gets cold and in the search for conservation is twenty acres on the southern part of that property it's connected by walking trails and kayaking trails and the Florida aquarium was interested in partnering with university of Florida from the perspective of having a research scientist available to them to help guide some of their conservation initiatives using best available science so I work with the Florida aquarium staff here on a daily basis in the coral greenhouse and then also some of the other projects that they have and then they also support me quite a bit in the field which is really nice so finding divers and things like that is always a challenge because of the specific scientific certifications that we have to have and then after you see operates a Suncoast use conservation center out of the side as well which is a really nice they run summer camps and then during the school year they have school groups that come in by bus and so they're sort of goal is to create the next generation that cares and so they get kids out teach you how to finish teaching had a cardiac do some basic water chemistry they do first I sections and all that kind of stuff so there's lots of kids that are not exposed to that kind of thing at all and so it's a really great opportunity for a lot of the local kids to come here to our site and and check out sort with the natural world has to offer little deadly like going on now I want to talk obviously about some of the work with quarrels I think we'll do that in the second half so before we take a break for that I would like to know if you can maybe give us a real brief introduction to some of the issues with sea grass base Gallatin oysters in in you know again briefly how you're helping with that work sure so I mean my role is really more as I leave sort of the large scale boots on the ground restoration to the people that are better equipped to do that it's a pretty small shop down here and really what we try to do is work on the science aspects of of some of these restoration so base Gallup is an interesting one based out of San scalloping are huge cultural phenomenon in Florida so there used to be commercial and recreational scallop fisheries throughout Florida but it's been really really constructed due to population declines and so as far south as her Nando county on the Big Bend of Florida and then it goes up a little bit into the panhandle and I should know better exactly where that the recreational fishery stops but it's a seasonal fishery there are still hundreds and hundreds of boats that go out it's really popular family pastime but the state is working and and a lot of organizations really too many to list or working on bay scallop restoration I'm primarily working in southwest Florida but one of the things I'm working on is developing some genetic tools that would allow us to do you a parentage analysis where we can take scallops that or Spondon hatchery and conclusively verify that when we find them later that they are the product of restoration and the same tools can be used at a state wide level to look at population connectivity and and how they move around but the basic premise is just that we sponsor Gallitzin hatchery and then raised alarme to a certain stage sometimes or even raised up to like juvenile scallops and then returned back to sea grass beds I'm so scouts are really obligate it for seagrass and then the cigarettes were to we're doing is really just getting off the ground but what we're hoping to do with that is propeller star restoration superpower scoring is a big issue you can imagine the scouts have to be in sea grass and everybody wants the scallops you get a lot of boat traffic in really shallow sea grass areas and when a boat goes through to shower of cigarettes are the propeller can cut a big star in that sea grass and there are methods out there that are available to actively restore that scar so you can bring it back up to grade you can plan to it and that kind of stuff so that's something that we're working on hopefully during some of that in the Big Bend area where scalloping takes place in down maybe a quick one on the oyster stew okay so the oyster which restoration is a huge huge staying around Tampa Bay especially but all throughout the state I mean I'm right here in Tampa Bay somewhat familiar with here but what we do for oyster restoration is use basically culture in Florida we have a lot of mine shell that we're able to use you can also use recycled shell from restaurants are seafood processors that shell when it's recycled has to set for six months basically in quarantine to avoid any sort of diseases are parasites getting back into the system but in talking to after you see about this in Florida were mostly substrate limited rather than recruitment limited so if we put out bags of oyster shell most places on the Gulf coast of Florida at the right time of year that show will be naturally colonized by we still are made better just swimming around in the water column looking for somewhere to land so I have a specific project in partnership with her Nando county that's funded by the Florida department of environment protection and know what we're gonna do a fairly small scale we stir reef right also Fernando beach but that will be the first restoration of its kind in Hernando county so we're really looking to expand the geographic footprint of oyster restoration in order to create those connected habitats that we're looking for well thanks for that refund on those other areas that you're.
"twenty acres" Discussed on KQED Radio
"When would you want to get you high school plug in here when I school yeah I went to Oakland school for the arts just graduated your poetry which shows some real gifts by the way I'm saying that was my literature professor had on and has a lot of life and vitality to it it has a very compelling quality to it and a lot of it is frankly political social activist poetry comes out of that tradition which is very much a part of the whole black our tradition yes absolutely I think every type of writing is political I think everything we do is political existing in the body is political and and so I think that definitely is a huge aspect of my poetry and definitely the black arts tradition following in the tradition of emceeing of rap of of spoken word yeah you're right about going back to Tennessee and getting reparations in terms of not forty acres and I'm not twenty acres a mule but forty and four mules yeah yeah that's it's a sideman in part of that ten point program and it's about what reparations is and so I took that back into that PO and explored what reparations means as both this tangible monetary thing but also as reparations in in spirit and and and memory so you're not afraid to use your poetry is a vehicle of teaching educating and lightning and also maybe creating a sense of well revolutionary consciousness yeah I think that that is a huge purpose of poetry and I I call it documentary poetic so sometimes I think poetry can be used as facilitation of history in a way that that is accessible beyond digest just the story beyond the history and into the present maybe even more than the novel or as much as of now I don't think they're comparable honestly I think that that poetry is so much about how we feel and and how we experience ourselves and that novels allow us to to go outside of ourselves and explore the way that we exist in relationships which of course poetry does too but I think there's a condensed vibrational quality that poetry has those currently a sample of your poor we reach yeah yeah sure well so I have a series of poems called letters to the revolutionaries in my book and this one's for Bobby Seale Bobby tell me how you slick how you walk straight even with that heavy hat this city call you less than you is nobody's Doug nobody write a thesis let's write a manifesto how many people it takes to be a people's party if there are no children at the table the nobody sit down tell me about every ride or die woman you followed around this town photos call the women silent you know they lying you know they try to jail us into a language that not sharp enough to match this polls Mr seal what is a protest without a program nobody styled today nobody slept today when you came back the city had died three times over is this what a funeral look like yes but where is all the black.
"twenty acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Bloom of smoke is rising from her brush fire burning near the ten freeway in Riverside County. Cal fire says the fire started shortly before noon, and he's moving fast. It's burned about twenty acres near lamb canyon road, southeast of Beaumont more than one hundred firefighters with an assist from water dropping helicopter, working to stop the spread of the fire burning in rugged hilly terrain fire departments in southern California been gearing up as brush dries out. There's still a lot of green on the hillsides of California after of, of a five year drought. So that's good. But LA county fire chief there says everything's drying out, and that means fire fuel Callo. Yes, fire chief ri- Marshall says the LA county in LA city. Fire departments are two of the biggest contributors to helping fight fires around the state fires. No, no jurisdictional boundary and no fire department can handle these emergencies alone. Marshall says it's a logistical game of chess getting resources where they need to be. It is truly one team one fight in Pomona. Kris Ankarlo, KFI news. The remains of missing college student from Elsa. Gunda have been found buried in Salt Lake City. Like city police chief Mike Brown says a man murdered MacKenzie Luek and then tried to hide the body by setting a fire after an exhaustive week investigation. We are filing charges of aggravated murder aggravated kidnapping, obstruction of Justice and desecration of a body. Investigators have still not said how the accused killer and Luek knew each other. The man was arrested yesterday morning, investigators say cell phone records show the two men in a park week and a half ago. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news construction worker says the guy who allegedly killed MacKenzie Luek asked him to build a secret soundproof room in his house back in April. The contractor says he felt uncomfortable and turn down the job had a gut feeling that the room, he wanted built wasn't appropriate for anything. It wasn't something where somebody would wanna be in that room alone, with them, and even my nephew and we got up to the truck he was we both looked at each other, and was like. That was weird. Right. And he was like, yeah. Weird. We're not doing this job, right? And I was like hell. No contract. Brian Wolfe says he was told the room was a place to hide alcohol people reporting, their identities stolen has helped unravel a million dollar financial aid scam at Fullerton, college assistant, US attorney, Shawn Peterson says three women from San Bernardino were arrested in the conspiracy, or over two hundred straw, students on whose behalf is three defendants made applications obtained funds. And those were both loans and grants. Peterson says evidence shows the money was spent at retail stores paying utility bills, and other personal expenses, the women face more than three hundred years..
"twenty acres" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Thomas. Rhett. entertain the empathy with wigger in here well he's this is this is what male rockstars of this era are they're all one form of ed sheeran or another I mean. but that's what maleable ales are that's what they that's i'm not critical i'm just saying we you know baby boomers no right to complain about this who do you think turn them all out like this neuter all these manion up with all these guys nothing wrong with this type of music that i can't stand it okay it's all ballots i mean it's not like there weren't people from the rock era who did the same thing i just didn't like any of them either i can't stand james taylor i just can't stand james taylor but these are all essentially james taylor's aren't they yeah looks like they all look that well is there any millennial mail that doesn't have facial hair facial hair where the plaid shirt you know and then the and their girlfriends are all dressed to kill it just the weirdest yeah the skinny jeans up there you know the reason that the hair is to distinguish themselves actual girls it's true all right let me change the subject here mercifully We should have Chris Abeille tear it on the Bradley center. The take. you see how fast that house went down he got that goes i went out right away to the first of all i address a couple of points with the guy to this and then we'll go into the news the story on jason minded milwaukee county executive crusade on wednesday tore down his two point six million dollar man is not a tow point six million dollar mansion I understand what they're saying. But this misconstrued the entire story. He bought a property that, that house is on for two point six million. Let's imagine. I buy. Twenty acres on the French Riviera. and there's an outhouse added i didn't just spent one hundred is five hundred million whatever number dollars in his own house The thing that was worth the two point six million dollars is the property on lake drive. Overlooking Lake Michigan. the fact that he did the tear it out is proof of that but you'll see why would anybody turn on a two point six million dollars the house wasn't worth two point six million dollars so nice oh well our house but on the other side of lake drive it's probably worth five hundred fifty max right now why did he tear it down his fast as he did that's this is easiest question invest all day today what why tour well there's two reasons what's the biggest toward down as fast as he did so they went change so nobody would figure out some way to get a judge stop doing the minute he got the go-ahead It's amazing. how fast liberals can do things but they're not in government if this is been joaquin county on this thing was gonna tear it dot it'd be twenty fifty seven before it would have gotten done but in the second they wanna get one they want to build their dream house on here is what is he going to is he going to finally marry jennifer i keep calling her his fiancee that's been the case forever right well he's had a couple of swings at that whole prospect of marriage in the past i don't well anyway The dating for forever. Four years. I don't know. building your house with your wife he claims his not easy i would think that it is easy she makes all the decisions yes i would well you your your wife isn't going to screw it up issue you want some imp well anyway they're going to do that now speaking of that part because shorewood does not mercifully have an historic preservation agency that stops you from tearing things down like some other communities do abeille got the go-ahead what they do have though is they get you on the back end schorr would like many communities mec wild bunch of the north shore all has these they have a design review committee what does that mean the can't stop you from tarran anything but they sure can't stop you from putting up something that they don't like so the people that are concerned that he was going to face the lakefront in this area beautiful mansions he's gonna put up some garish thing this is sure what they're not going to let him do that they do have the ability to approve his design now they can't just say no to anything that he everything he wants to do but they can say no to it i think this story though has been obstruc instructive because of the number of babies in weiner's been saying this was a terrible loss tearing this house down well it's not unique there's a lot of houses on lake drive that looked like this and frankly a lot of the hoses all like the same anyway there was nothing extrordinary about this it's a nice looking old mansion in area of a lot of other nice looking old mansions there was no real historical value to it at all but even if there was some And I'm glad in this case, it was a liberal Abeille that was doing it. the number of people who want to stop other people from doing what they wanna do with their money on their property i don't think property rights are absolute and when you start doing things that your mattingly affect your neighbors obviously our rights than i limited for example we don't let people blare music at three o'clock in the morning to you know ruin the quality of the lives of their neighbors their limitations that we put in place as to what you can do but by and large start and stop with when you're affecting someone else for anybody in shorewood who felt that this property needed to be preserved they could've done a fundraising campaign and bought the property and made it a museum or made into this that or the other thing now there are people who have expressed the legitimate concern is legitimate i didn't say illegitimate the legitimate concern lake drive is a treasure starting in milwaukee on the east side that it runs up in shorewood in there that whole section on their lake park and then houses on both sides of the street it's a very very beautiful area you don't want that to become i think Totally modern it, look, it would be congruous with the neighborhood. i don't think there's much chance that is going to put up some sort of pink eyesore i just don't think that that's probably going to do there's no need though it a path create any commissions the stop anybody from putting up garish houses along the lakefront in shorewood and on the east side because nobody's done it yet i wrote a newspaper columnist that's got some people in waukesha yell at me on all of set this that and the other thing because i tied together the remarkable in congress of the fact that in waukesha county the county executive and a lot of other people wanna tear down a building they're and they're not allowing him with they're not being allowed to tear down in waukesha is a mudbath mudbath it's called board downs at the more downs go facility and so on it's ancient mudbath it's long been abandoned paul farrow the waukesha county executives waukesha connie property they want to tear it down and develop that into something the stark preservation is in waukesha where there is an ordinance that's that gives them some cloud to stop this stuff is not letting them do it because they say it's historic it's just old it's a mudbath mudbath it's exactly what you think it's a mud bath that apparently was actually it's still a thing that people do now they just do it at high end salons they slam their mud all over their face it's a month that the difference is that there's an ordinance in waukesha that is stopping the county from tearing down a junkie piece of property that it's worthless The people who. are saying don't do what are not anybody that's going to be willing to come up with a three or four million dollars or even one million dollars to buy the property do anything with themselves the people who like to stick their beaks said and put up no money at all act as though they're going to be the social dictators and the architectural nazis Without putting any skin in the game themselves. What they really are just bullies. who are you to tell everybody else would be done with the property that you'd auto Really? That's at a bully. Does. much of liberalism is bullying edit explains and this is the point that i've driving toward this whole segment it explains i think profoundly why liberals just so much hate the notion of capitalism they don't like ownership they don't like it when private people or private individuals own something they don't like private business that'll capitalism private home that are like any of those things they don't like private car ownership they want us to run around trolleys You know why? Because when somebody else owns something. It's harder for them to tell them what to do. And that's at the root of so much of liberalism whole point of socialism is. for them to control everything so that they can make the rest of us live the way they want us to live Without putting up any of their own money to do it. one certainly wonders of chris abeille wasn't a liberal is not the most popular liberal among other liberals whether or not he would have gotten more grief for knocking the hosts down in the ed i'm guessing that probably a fair number of people in shorewood themselves might have their no should have knocking down their place to especially if abeille puts up a new house and the two point six million dollars become safe four point five or five billion that it would be worth on three sale market you really wonder though a lot that size which is huge how valuable it could ever be but what it has going for it is view of the location in anything doesn't terms of the house is just an add on so these stories that it's a two point six million dollar house just not true it's not a two point six million dollars it's a house located on the piece of property overall the whole thing worth two point six million if there was no house on that lot what do you think it would have sold for Two point six. Paul said, well. abeille was willing to buy the lot with the house as a nuisance that he's paying more just to get rid of it he wanted that lot he wanted that location No, I've got the first time I heard somebody real estate say. location location location like every other cliche trope five sixteen news talk eleven thirty w i it's time for revenue.
"twenty acres" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Be a threat to Indies plan for a pro soccer stadium, showers and thunderstorms developing overnight, isolated strong to severe storms are possible by Thursday afternoon as the temperature rises, I'm staying Lear. Here's what's trending this hour. The owner of the minor league NBA eleven still hopes to bring a pro soccer stadium and a major league franchise to Indianapolis. We will make sure the we'll have large transformational development not on where we're going to be developing sixty and twenty acres, but also for has a generational impact to grow the area. But as it stands Ursel Ogden Mears plan depends on obtaining a major league franchise at the published report coach the Commissioner as saying the two cities with the best shot right now are Saint Louis and Sacramento too late for the little boy whose name the Bill bears. Bryson's Bill will require the newborn babies be. Check for crabs disease and two others. This is brought up a few years ago. And it didn't pass in Bryce might have been one of the first ones that caught for this z. So, you know, we're really fighting for all who's your babies moving forward Rice's father, Joel Clawson, appealing to the Indiana house. Members voted without dissent to give the Bill final. Passage little Bryce Clawson was diagnosed with crabs disease at the age of four and a half months. He is not expected to live to the age of two years. I'm staying Lear on the level on the go on Twitter at ninety three WIBC and WIBC dot com..
"twenty acres" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Built in the early forties. My grandparents bought three hundred and twenty acres farmland in Oklahoma animal. No. Yeah. That'd be four hundred acres. Okay. Go ahead. All that comes in later with my cousin. Oh, well done. Well done. Go ahead. My mom was about Jenner eleven at the time. She helped them farm the land which happens at three twenty went to my uncle her. Only brother, my grandpa kept eighty acres and eighty acres were designated as my mom, switch my grandparents house. Well, my mom got married and followed mine, you just shouldn't bother out here in California. But we stayed in constant contact and returned there every summer to visit. My grandpa challenging the lake Kennedys. My grandma started getting old. Can't realize that if my grandma died, my mom would inherit her eighty acres, so she had to be gotten out of the picture. So what they did they under duress? Tried to convince my mom that she was standing in the way of my grandma's needed medical care. Because of the house. Mom says well, if it'll help sell you the house and simply the land beneath it make Rolex twenty six hundred thirty three thousand around that area. Well, mom, she still retain her. Inheritance? But imagine my surprise when at the end of January, I saw on Facebook that my cousin the ass had parceled out the land, including my mom's into five separate parcels. And but you're still but your mom's still retain title, correct? Oh, it was all under my Grandpa's name. Okay. So someone in your grandpa died. Yes. So who inherited it went to my grandma? Okay. And she died she died. Okay. So who inherited that's question was was there a well with a probate ever opened? Masculine. No. Well, then your brother the ass cannot sell property. That's not in his name. I don't quite understand. How you do that? That's right. I mean, it was it was all her my Grandpa's name. But folks, they realized that my mom needed to be out of the picture. I understand but that she transferred title does she have title. No, it was it was still all under my grandma then. All right. So the point is is that I'm assuming it's still under their name or legally should be. I not sure when did this. When did this happen? What my grandpa died in the late seventy s my grandma died in the mid eighty good. So the early talking forty years ago that's easy to do. So the property has now been sold transferred. You have no idea who owns it. And you want to go back forty years. No half of that has sold the other half, which I believe, including my mom's eighty acres. But the point I want to address is the then lying about I understand. But now, we're trying to get okay. We'll get to that. At some point when you're talking about duress. But we're talking time. I all right. When did the last sale transference where your mom's somehow no longer had the property when did that occur in the eighties? Supposedly occurred in the eighties when she sold what stay claim was her entire eighty acres. But how can she sell it? If she doesn't own it. Well, it was an inherited. That's the way the farm property work back. Then, you know. No, no, no. You still had to own property before you sold. It the person who is on title is the one that gets the money or a trust that that is on title to the property if it was your grandparents had had the title that all Seddon probate is an open. So a kid comes in and says, I'm going to sell my grandparent's land. And the right. Why didn't I sell the land? I'm not on title either. And I could've gotten money maker can to farm it that doesn't matter. Of course, they continue to for me because the titleholder was dead. And there was no one there to argue. No, it's none of this makes any sense not a bit. And then why did you wait? And what did you find all this out? Incidentally, at the end of January this year when how did you how did you find out? How did you find out? My my cousins realtor listed. How proud you was to have. Handled the sale of three five parcel. Okay. And so did you play. Did you call the realtor? I sent him an Email, and then my cousin sent me a threatening letter back. Okay. Coptic my real trip because he has no information. Well, first of all you can talk contact his realtor all day long. I do. Okay. So that's not a problem. And I would ask the realtor. How do you sell a property that is not owned by whoever transferred the property? That's a question. I would ask the realtor. Yeah. Well, that's why they needed my mom's day law. Okay. What you're what you're wait. A second. Did your mom sign off on it? No. So we're going in circles, the realtor might be liable to the realtor might be liable for fraud, especially if it just happened. Yes. So with all that now. About they're lying about my mom impeding. My grandma you're never going to prove that you're not going to prove that they're always have my my cousin admits it on a messenger post. Well, if he admits it that he lied your cousin admitted that he lied and then had the property sold off. Correct. Why would he admit that? He lied to you because he didn't expect me his real turtle listed on Facebook. And for me to see it when I saw it. I car this is. Now, this is this is way too complicated for me. I just don't understand any part of it because we have gotten past the how to someone who doesn't hold titles sell a piece of property, and I've never been able to figure that one out other than committing outright fraud and forging a name, and and having a notary forge his or her name on it and notarize a document that is in fact fraud on his face. Oh god. Boy, this gets surprised that exhausted me that really exhausted me. And for those of you that fell asleep and hung up get back on the radio. Please. I would appreciate that. 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"twenty acres" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Offer expires February ninth twenty nineteen where continuing our conversation for a few more minutes with Tony Weber. He and his wife Michelle run the Weber ranch website Weber ranch LLC dot com. How much land did you say you had Tony we believe it or not? I we actually only only twenty acres. Yeah. But you're using other people's land are you or? Yeah. We have one other field that we lead that added about another eleven acres to it. So yeah. So I'm able to do in. This was one of like, I said before we started this sort of thing is that the entrance costs is very prohibitive of anybody on into. So when we were looking it was really the smaller markets the organic market where we figured that. I was able to make a full time living on thirty acres ground. Yeah. Yeah. So what are the things that you pride yourself with which is really on the top of the this is a okay smart is to let everybody come and visit encourage I suppose input kind of agritourism, but people come and watch the images so disconnected now, they don't know what it's like for animals on the farm. So you encourage people to come there and see what's going on, right? Absolutely, right. That was one of our big, you know, sort of guiding principles. I guess is that you have to in a, and this is what I try to tell anybody that's looking into this is you have to realize that the average Americans probably three generations removed from agriculture now. Yep. So a lot of this stuff. They only they only know what they see in a on TV. Or in a Booker sorta give somebody the experience to give the kids the experience of coming out to a well-maintained well operated arm. There's really there's nothing to compare it with you know, we talked before about some of these bigger companies where they're they're basically selling you a wine. Yeah. And so an open door policy is something we've had the very beginning pets that may be the best lesson of any in terms of how we can help other people with lessons from farms like yours. Tony. Thank you. Congratulations. Tony Weber here on the American family farmer. Imagine waking up tomorrow and being twenty pounds lighter. What would that do for you? How much better would you feel now we all know that overnight weight loss is not realistic or safe? But if you're taking Cal it can be that easy, take couch and once a day, and you can lose weight and feel better. Just listen to what people are saying about it.
"twenty acres" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance
"Was a huge difference between planning to buy a minimum of twenty acres and build a dream home versus buying rental properties. The purchase of twenty acres and a dream home. You can spend your money on that. But it will suck up everything you've got, and it will probably mean that you won't be very wealthy. Now, if you're going to pursue rental property, then the twenty acres, and the dream home is nothing, but an impediment for you, given your plans of building a real estate portfolio. If you are if your needs are met in your current house. I would encourage you not to pursue the dream home at this stage of life. You're only twenty four years old. You have one new baby. This is not the time to go out and start spending money on a dream home. You're not yet rich, you're richer than most people. But you're not yet rich. You're not yet financially independent. And to the first thing you have to do is get rich, then go and buy a dream home. Now, what's your plan to get? Rich depends on how serious you are with your investment activities and depends on what your opportunities are for your career. You're currently making sixty three thousand dollars a year your wife is working making thirty to thirty five. So you've got a good healthy income. So with that the question is do you have the biggest opportunities in your career or do you have the biggest opportunities in your investments? The me foil two different examples, you might be making sixty three thousand dollars a year driving trucks dinking deliveries in your local area. You don't say what you do for work. That's fine. It's a adequate income perfectly fine. But there's no opportunity for advancement. And there's no possibility that your career is going to take off earning sixty three thousand dollars a year doesn't mean at driving trucks. There's no chance that ten years from now you're going to be driving trucks and making six hundred thirty thousand dollars a year. Now.
Ron DeSantis, Andrew Gillum bash each other in first Florida governor's race debate
"Of northwest, Florida. I will be there for you. You guys are resilient. You're fighting. This was a terrible storm, and we will rebuild. But I also think you have to just look at facts the fact that you look at south Florida, we need to do resiliency. You have more water you have what ding. So as governor. That's something that I'm going to take on full throttle. What I don't want to do is do what things like Andrew wants to do is do a California style energy policy that will cause our electricity rates to skyrocket. Twenty thirty percent. That's going to hurt senior citizens on a fixed income that'll hurt are blue collar workers. So let's deal with the issues that we can deal with. I'm somebody who has a plan to fix to stop the toxic algae that's been spewing into our rivers to divert that south of the lake restore the Everglades and restore Florida bay. We can get that. Don, I think I'm the candidate that can get that done. And I think now's the time to do it. Because if we don't take action over the next four years, I don't know if we're ever going to be able to restore the Everglades, so their rightful place Maryville. Well, I with Florida voters need to know is that when they elect me governor, they don't have a governor who believes in science, which we haven't had for quite some time in this state. I'm not sure what is so California about believing that the state of Florida lead in solar energy with notice the sunshine state at the very least what we can do is be a global leader. Here. We got to Seattle forty nine states of what to do. And what it means to have a state that quite frankly leans into the challenges of the green economy in bills one and at the same time bills and economy that lasts. I'm proud that the same week that Donald Trump pulled out of the Paris accord, I broke ground in my city on a one hundred and twenty acre solar farm tripling the amount of solar energy that we produce. We're prepared to lead and we've done so in my city, and we'll do so for the state now the two scuffled on the economy race in President Trump. As well.
Montana, Sprague and President Courtney Gregoire discussed on Bookworm- Michael Silverblatt
"The FBI is now investigating the airplane theft and crash. That left a ground crew worker with, horizon, airlines dead, after he took the. Plane for dangerous joyride Friday authorities say twenty nine year old Richard Russell crashed the empty plane on, a nearby island on Washington's Puget Sound Seattle port Commissioner. President Courtney Gregoire says because the employee was authorized access the plane no security rules appear to have been broken. She calls the incident an aberration I've,
As the search for 12 boys lost in a cave hits day 5, Thailand holds its breath
"The dow closed up ninety eight points the nasdaq was a fifty eight point gainer a us military team expert british cave divers continue the search for twelve boys in their soccer coach loss in saturday inside a massive cave in thailand rain has repeatedly hindered search and rescue efforts officials believe the group is alive but trapped deep inside the cave abc's alec stone says hawaii's big island is now bigger after weeks of continuous lava flow and no end in sight kellaway has now added one hundred twenty acres of new land hawaii's big island it reaches out into the pacific ocean by almost a mile maps will have to be updated and there's the issue of who owns the land could be federal or state land that will have to be figured out alex stone abc news the rod in alaska is losing a high profile sponsor abc's scott goldberg has that story the long running relationships between the famous alaskan sled race and jack daniels is over the whiskey maker says not because of pressure from animal rights activists but because jack says it's shifting marketing dollars to another kind of traveling partnership with the nba still people for the ethical treatment of animals is claiming victory after it's been lobbying sponsors to leave the idea rod claiming more than one hundred fifty dogs have died race officials dispute that but there's also a dog doping scandal last year under pressure wells fargo ended its major sponsorship scott goldberg abc news this is abc news komo news.