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"twenty one acres" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"twenty one acres" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The military including ensign Watson who was a recent Naval Academy ground of just this past may for more than seventeen hundred people headed to Disney world in Florida this weekend as part of the Gary Sinise foundations program for gold star families those of the survivors of dead US service members around the nation today families of fallen service members are departing for Walt Disney World resort in Orlando Florida as part of the Gary Sinise foundation snowball express they were very by American Airlines the five day trip pays tribute to their sacrifices the the Gary Sinise posted photos of himself on the airplane filled with veterans survivors and Christina call corporate relations manager for the foundations of the trip is going to last through Wednesday Gary Sinise and and and he doesn't get enough attention of the he does this every year this isn't just a one and done every year Gary Sinise and the Gary Sinise foundation binary played lieutenant Dan and and forest Gump has his own band he is entertaining troops in concerts in you also shows and now what he's doing he's taking the gold star families and treating them after one of their loved ones paid the ultimate sacrifice he's trying to help them east recover and get through this horrific tragic moment by sharing some of us some good feelings at the Disney world and that is an incredible story and are of good news segment of the day so thanks to Gary Sinise who truly you know it's one thing to say you love the military any appreciate is another show and Gerry's initials of everyday with actions not just words it's eight forty eight of twelve minutes now before the hour of nine o'clock and the the latest on again this climate change you got Hanoi Jane and her climate change of life is what I'm calling it her she won her ninth climate change test in Washington DC and maybe she ought to go to Martha's vineyard as well as those of our nation's capital maybe Hanoi Jane Fonda should go on up to Martha's vineyard where the bomb was born a seven bedroom mansion good good for them so that's where they want to live that's great but according the Martha's vineyard Gazette the seven thousand square foot home to more the carbon footprint of that is one twenty one acres in Edgartown sold for nearly twelve million dollars by the way it is next to the other good Edgartown great pond and has views of the ocean am so if they truly believed in climate change but the seas Runnels swallow up the land why would you plunk down twelve million dollars for twenty nine acres of ocean front property just asking maybe halogen either go up there and and check it out all right so it's a busy day today in just a few minutes the house Judiciary Committee will hear impeachment evidence being brought to them from the house intelligence committee as long as I'm sure for ones that committee they'll be no house intelligence officer tomorrow oxymoron we have the IG report which is due out any minute it's going to be a busy day and even a busier while discussing all of it right here on the morning drive with Casey and only James White professional hypnotist two six five ones dot com for thousands of years healers of use what modern science calls if noses they're told there will be no craving desire or need to smoke or drink alcohol and presto it's gone unable to figure it out the profits road in the holy Bible is what cramped bother trying to little flower church in front of everyone said this is the biggest game I've ever seen that hurt me I'm Catholic years later he wrote thank you may he hadn't smoked since that night hypnosis is effortless still fearful well cigarettes alcohol or poisons to your body fear that for one oh six six one one one one one if you're a gambler that's a pair of sexism five bases you say our deck is stacked yes that this place that's.

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"twenty one acres" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"twenty one acres" Discussed on 600 WREC

"This morning news today it's six fifteen I hope you're doing well thanks for joining us duggars coming off of fifteen point basketball win against Bradley will have they'll be at U. A. B. this Saturday course Tigers have the football game on Saturday at liberty bowl Memorial Stadium too let's talk about some local news in Oxford Mississippi did you hear about this from sherry good by the way good morning my friend at how are you how are you you had a late night with at eight o'clock bat it's an odd time for a Tigers home game eight o'clock last night did you you can get home to probably what made nine something like that okay well we're gonna go easy on you today that's a that's a good one but just just a did you hear about the story about the guy in Oxford Mississippi he was working on the water tower they're they're building one behind one of the Kroger's there in Oxford he fell off yesterday morning about fifty to sixty feet he was airlifted to regional one and according to the mayor of Oxford said the man was was part of a company based out of Indiana helping get the tower built there's no there's no word on him yeah and then my question is was he not attached to something or did it just fail I mean that's they they're they're saying that could be fifty to sixty feet the guy fell that's a lot but you know when you see them there they're always attaching and detaching as they're growing up with that with that's that's that's bad that's what's the update on no no word on condition me yet that I've seen enough check multiple sources here but that's just that's just hi this story listen the the stores are always sad but come the holiday season to me the hit just even harder because I mean it's it's the holidays yeah I just hate talking about this how bout some positive news okay we've we've we've talked with Meghan Nichols and and by the way she's gonna be off this week because she's managing editor now so she's gonna be out just a little bit more but that the union road redevelopment project there on union right around Danny Thomas and to the west for the gonna have that huge you know millions and millions and millions of dollars of of redevelopment effects can be close to a billion from what I've heard they started demolition they the demolition of some old buildings there at union and Danny Thomas which will be where the project will really be focusing on which is pretty incredible because remember autism park the baseball stadium was there's a bunch of old buildings there and then you know they started you know digging right there on one corner and next thing you know it looks like a big giant swimming pool hole in the ground then you've got this immaculate gathering place for folks so it has begun well I think that so what are they moving out there it's old it's old and abandoned buildings there okay hand what they're a it's going to be twenty one acres they'll have to hotels instead of one and they're also going to have three hundred more apartment units so there's going to be added living space because occupancy downtown usually floats between ninety seven and ninety eight percent so there is a high demand for living downtown you take that with what's going on in in essentially think about you know when you went to a soccer game if you look over your right shoulder down the street like east down union right there just about right there is where it's going to begin and move to the east that new union row so there's gonna be a lot of development right there at the ball park which is going to be nice you take that and then you take the development they're going to do over there near the convention center and the pyramid the pinch district area and so really that area is gonna get sandwich with new developments in new retail new residential that's going to be in there and it's a huge development in an area that that has been just for the last ten fifteen years it's just been begging to be redeveloped and bring some tax money and bring tourist dead especially when you have that convention center that's getting refurbished I think that's going to give out of towners more reason to stay right there and spend money in in data media area I think it'll be terrific for the city and a lot of this is going to be happening over the next three to five years is gonna they're also going to put on union road I forgot to mention this is a huge deal they got a grocery store in there as well because you know there are some spot still in Memphis while we got a ton of grocery stores the way people have moved in white neighborhoods have popped up and the way some have declined they're not all evenly spaced out where they're as convenient as they could be sent me another one put in there which is great yeah it it's it's like a desert downtown do they have maybe one store I think I mean street was a miss Cordelia it would have to get miss Cordelia is or don't you have to go to the Kroger on union there in mid town I think it would be just about your closest and didn't the save a lot just now moving on Lamar from that we're Kroger donated they just restaurants as it does not there yet okay yeah yeah there's a there's a there's a positive changes yeah downtown looks really nice they've got everything you could want yeah right now the money's take me there you can go back to a game this year with a or we gonna go I don't know on the in what we we will just make use may be quietly one night we'll just kinda ease our way down to stadium unannounced and we'll just kind of hang out that's a thought I had a real good time last time by his aunts my cousin yeah I like that yeah they'll buy the absolute absolutely they will Malco theatre in Jonesborough maybe you know a lot of movie theaters now serving alcohol right I know in fact if you get a couple of drinks for watching it you know like I like Star Wars or something it becomes more realistic you start freaking out like it shoot at me Malco in Jonesborough was planning to serve some alcohol the alcohol bureau in in that county the beverage control board at at the moment says they received almost twenty letters from citizens with concerns regarding the permit and along with the a petition with the with about five dozen signatures in opposition as saying a including a local churches says they don't want them serving alcohol and at this point they haven't gotten their alcohol license they're in Jonesborough them out because going to plan an appeal on that only only six out of the eleven voted for the permit but you got to have seven votes to get it so that their request was denied and now they're going to appeal.

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"twenty one acres" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"twenty one acres" Discussed on The Daily

"When June graduates from High School His dad gives him twenty one acres basically so he can start his own farm and June's thinking he's GonNa be out there with his dad all summer but then his dad gets sick he has to go in for heart surgery tree so at eighteen years old June is left responsible with one of the most important jobs on the farm planting Cain was was that your first time ever being responsible planting. Yes I remember all my workers would ridicule me because I would like be on my hands and knees making sure you know. I didn't put too much dirt when you're covering when you know you're supposed to June is so neurotic about doing a good job that he's on his hands and knees making sure that the cane is covered with just the right amount of dirt and that following year I remember telling my dad. I see you know what the Qena planning came better than the ones yellow flame altogether because we caught a great stand I mean it was just beautiful awful. Is that the year that you guys all wine in ninety four. I think it was a nineteen ninety four so every year. The state has this contest and they award the farmer who produces the most sugar per acre in that year there. I was actually I in the non. Quote Unquote is when you had like one hundred hundred acres or less so I was actually the number. One State in my dad was thirteen in the state of Alabama. Stay so that was a great year for us. You'll be in your dad yells beating my dad exactly yes and I and I and actually we talked about that for a long time. Yes I rang him. Yes and what also happened is they caught the attention of everybody buddy in the area word of mouth started going around in like land owner after len on her come into us one is to form their property and that's how we just started expanding even even more and this is how it is for the next decade or so businesses good. June and his dad are taking more land leases farming more property and in in the middle of all this is when he meets Angie. Let's get it crack elected all right so even though her family had lived in Texas for a number of years her ancestors were sugar cane farmers from Louisiana so when she met June it was as if I've known him for centuries like doc our past lives were together are something it's so really deep. They clicked immediately. We were going to concert in Baton Rouge. They were going to to Keith Sweat concert own nice. June's a huge Keith Sweat Vam as my. I'm only familiar with Keith sweat as part of the Army Canon of baby making music. That's not why I like it. Just playing it is and basically their their moment is when they hear make it last forever. All you make it last forever. Yes when I turn to and I started seeing into needing being bess how you sound and so when they get married they have a farm theme wedding they put sugar cane leaves on the walls like as decoration almost like reef and then after the reception they wrote off in a tractor is so cute. Vinci Very Close Sarah. Kane is really their lives. Yes sugarcane is one hundred percent their lives.

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"twenty one acres" Discussed on 1619

1619

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"twenty one acres" Discussed on 1619

"When June graduates from High School His dad gives him twenty one acres basically so he can start his own farm and June's thinking he's going to be out there with his dad all summer but then his dad gets sick he has to go in for heart surgery tree so at eighteen years old. June is left responsible with one of the most important jobs on the farm planting Cain was was that your first time ever being responsible planting. Yes I remember all my workers would ridicule me because I would like be on my hands and knees making sure. I didn't put too much dirt when you're covering when you know you're supposed to June is so neurotic about doing a good job that he's on his hands and knees making sure that the cane is covered with just the right amount of dirt and that following year I remember telling my dad. I see you know what the Qena planning came better than the ones yellow flame altogether because we caught a great stand I mean it was just beautiful awful. Is that the year that you guys all wine in ninety four. I think it was a nineteen ninety four so every year. The state has this contest and they award the farmer who produces the most sugar per acre in that year there. I was actually I in the non. Quote Unquote is when you had like one hundred hundred acres or less so I was actually the number. One State in my dad was thirteen in the state of Alabama. Stay so that was a great year for us. You'll be in your dad yells beating my dad exactly yes and I and I and actually we talked about that for a long time. Yes I rang him. Yes and what also happened is they caught the attention of everybody buddy in the area word of mouth started going around in like land owner after len on her come into us one is to form their property and that's how we just started expanding even even more and this is how it is for the next decade or so businesses good. June and his dad are taking on more land leases farming more property and in in the middle of all this is when he meets Angie. Let's get it crack elected all right so even though her family had lived in Texas for a number of years her ancestors were sugar cane farmers from Louisiana so when she met June it was as if I've known him for centuries like doc our past lives were together are something it's so really deep. They clicked immediately. We were going to concert in Baton Rouge. They were going to to Keith Sweat concert own nice dunes a huge Keith Sweat Vam as am I. I'm only familiar with Keith sweat as part of the Army Canon of baby making music. That's not why I like it. Just playing it is and basically their their moment is when they hear make it last forever. All you make it last forever. Yes when I turn to and I started singing to me winging bess how you sound and so when they get married they have a farm theme wedding they put sugar cane leaves on the walls like as decoration almost like reef and then after the reception they wrote off in a tractor is so cute Vinci Very Close Sarah. Kane is really their lives. Yes sugarcane is one hundred percent their lives.

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"twenty one acres" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"twenty one acres" Discussed on KCRW

"I asked if he would talk to me. And if not if he would pass John Christopher a message for me. And this was the response I got from the FBI's public information officer. Hi, robyn. It's Rebecca at the FBI I spoke with the ancient, and he says that he, I guess empathy for the force. Not surprisingly, she declined to participate again. He says it is his responsibility to protect source, and that he hopes that you understand that so very much. And let me know giving question. Even after all this time it appears that the FBI is still protecting. John Christopher what about all the trash he left behind the dump itself? What happened to it? Well, when the feds washed their hands of this problem and said by Chicago, and with all the intense public scrutiny and the national media coverage that operation silver shovel had garnered the city finally stepped in and started awarding contracts to companies who could haul this rubble away. Remember, the lot were mount Henry once stood. Spanned twenty one acres and the mountain itself was six stories tall. So these cleanup contracts, we're going to be really big and really lucrative. The cleanup had just started in January nineteen ninety six when the Reverend Jesse Jackson stopped in the right to remove the community goes on the going to be a good, lucrative job for someone. To have the job. So Reverend Jackson, the civil rights activist and two-time candidate for president at I come to Chicago in the nineteen sixties, his rainbow push coalition is headquartered here. And the way Jackson tells it when he first learned about operation silver shovel he realized that this cleanup presented a unique opportunity. John Christopher had dumped in a black neighborhood, and he had helped take down black politicians, but someone was going to get paid to clean up the dumps and Jackson, one of the city to hire black owned trucking firms to do it infers, that was resistance because those who use these jobs demand, the right to get them. And we demand that the right of that system. So Reverend Jackson mounted a major protest tobacco his demands reorganized, trucks, and the land removers on this frigid Saturday in early February nineteen hundred. Six dozens of diesel trucks, and bulldozers plastered with signs that said things like we want our fair share and hire us to clean up the dumps all these trucks, lined up in a convoy and headed for north Lauderdale will do the full mile trip across the city drama of just trucks and tractors and trailers and dumpsters. We land up and across the city Frederick Duales, when the convoy arrived in north Lonsdale, the company that had started the cleanup blocked the entrance to the sites, but Jackson and the truckers, eventually got into the site, and he gave a speech from on top of a tractor. He threatened to continue the protests into the summer when the democratic national convention was going to be in Chicago in advance of the ninety six election. The Chicago Tribune characterize his threats this way, give us what we want or watch as we wreak havoc on your big important party, this summer. It was only then that the mayor agreed to hire black owned firms to clean up the dump those protests, worked at the residents of north Lonsdale were not impressed when the dumping had I started in their neighborhood. Reverend Jackson was one of the people they'd written to asking for help and was Woodson says they never heard back from him, at least, not until after operation silver shovel with finished and the camera crews arrived, the sushi of story broke. And then the next thing I saw with Jesse Jackson standing on top of the pound saying, yeah, we did this. And we send. No, you didn't the in took credit for a lot of the stuff that had been done, but that was way after the fight. The cleanup continued through the spring of nineteen Ninety-six, one by one dump trucks filed onto the lot and backed up to the mountain.

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"twenty one acres" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"twenty one acres" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"If he would talk to me, and if not if you would pass John Christopher a message for me. And this was the response. I got from the FBI's public information officer. Hi, robin. It's Rebecca will at the FBI agent. And he says that he. I guess empathy for the force. But not surprisingly, she declined to participate. Again, he says it it is his responsibility to protect your source that he hopes that you understand that. So thank you very much and let me know giving question. Even after all this time, it appears that the FBI is still protecting John Christopher what about all the trash. She left behind. I mean, the dump itself what happened to it? Well, when the feds washed their hands of this problem and said by by Chicago, and with all the intense public scrutiny and the national media coverage operation silver shovel had garnered the city finally stepped in and started awarding contracts to companies who could haul all this rubble away. Remember the lot were mount Henry once stood spanned twenty one acres and the mountain itself was six stories tall. So these cleanup contracts, we're going to be really big and really lucrative. The cleanup had just started in January nineteen ninety six when the Reverend Jesse Jackson stopped in the right to remove delivery in our community because it was going to be a good lucrative job for someone. To have the job. So Reverend Jackson the civil rights activist and two-time candidate for president. At I come to Chicago in the nineteen sixties his rainbow push coalition is headquartered here and the way Jackson tells it when he first learned about operation, silver shovel. He realized that this cleanup presented a unique opportunity. John Christopher had dumped in a black neighborhood, and he had helped take down black politicians, but someone was gonna get paid to clean up. The dumps and Jackson wanted the city to hire black owned trucking firms to do it. That was resistance because. We use a good. He's gonna jobs were demanding the right to get them. We demanded the right to circumvent the system so Reverend Jackson mounted a major protest to backup. His demands we all the trucks and the land removers on the frigid Saturday in early February nineteen Ninety-six dozens of diesel trucks and bulldozers plastered with signs that said things like we want our fair share and hire us to clean up. The dumps all these trucks lined up in a convoy and headed for north Lonsdale did a full mile trip across the city. Now, we're just trucks and practice and trailers dumpsters. We land up and move across the city sub forever rallies when the convoy arrived in north one day all the company that had started the cleanup blocked the entrance to the site. But Jackson and the truckers eventually got into the site. And he gave a speech from on top of a tractor. He threatened to continue the protests into the summer when the democratic national convention was going to be in Chicago in advance of the ninety six election. The Chicago Tribune characterized his threats this way, give us what we want or watch. As we wreak havoc on your big important party this summer. It was only then that the mayor agreed to hire black owned firms to clean up the dump those protests in the work that the residents of north Lonsdale were not impressed. When the dumping had. I started in their neighborhood. Reverend Jackson was one of the people they'd written to asking for help. And was Woodson says they never heard back from him. At least not until after operation silver shovel was finished. And the camera crews arrived the silver shell was story broke. And then the next thing I saw with Jesse Jackson standing on top Powell seeing. Yeah, we did this and saying no you didn't. The in took credit for a lot of the stuff that had been done. But then was way after the fight..

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"twenty one acres" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"twenty one acres" Discussed on KCRW

"So I looked for him everywhere. I could think of an Al I just I found nothing. Eventually I learned the FBI had set him up with a new name and a new social security number and a new life. And that there was this FBI agent in Saint Louis who might have all that information. So I asked if he would talk to me, and if not if you would pass John Christopher a message for me. And this was the response. I got from the FBI's public information officer. Hi, Robyn, it's Rebecca will at the FBI agent. And he says that he. I guess empathy for the force, but not surprisingly declined to participate. Again, he says it is his responsibility to protect us source, and that he soaks you understand that. So I think very much and. Even after all this time, it appears that the FBI is still protecting John Christopher what about all the trash. He left behind. I mean, the dump itself. What happened to it? Well, when the feds washed their hands of this problem and said by by Chicago, and with all the intense public scrutiny and the national media coverage that operation silver shovel had garnered the city finally stepped in and started awarding contracts to companies who could haul all this rubble away. Remember, the lower amount Henry once stood spanned twenty one acres and the mountain itself was six stories tall. So these cleanup contracts, we're going to be really big and really lucrative. The cleanup had just started in January nineteen Ninety-six when the Reverend Jesse Jackson stopped in. We have the right to remove the community goes on. I was going to be in good lucrative job for someone to have the job. So Reverend Jackson the civil rights activist and two-time candidate for president had I come to Chicago in the nineteen sixties his rainbow push coalition is headquartered here and the way Jackson tells it when he first. I learned about operation silver shovel. He realized that this cleanup presented a unique opportunity. John Christopher had dumped in a black neighborhood, and he had helped take down black politicians, but someone was gonna get paid to clean up. The dumps and Jackson wanted the city to hire black owned trucking firms to do it. And I think that was a resistance because. Those who use a good. He's gonna jobs were demanding right to get them. We demanded the right to circumvent the system so Reverend Jackson mounted a major protest tobacco. His demands we organized the trucks and the land removers on this frigid Saturday in early February nineteen Ninety-six dozens of diesel trucks and bulldozers plastered with signs that said things like we want our fair share and hire us to clean up. The dumps all these trucks lined up in a.

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"twenty one acres" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"twenty one acres" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I asked if he would talk to me. And if not if he would pass John Christopher a message for me. And this was the response. I got from the FBI's public information officer. Hi, Robyn, it's Rebecca we at the FBI agent. And he says that he I guess MVP for the force. But not surprisingly, she declined to participate. Again, he says it is his responsibility to protect your source, and that he hopes that you understand that. So thank you very much and giving a question. Even after all this time, it appears that the FBI is still protecting John Christopher what about all the trash. He left behind. I mean, the dump itself what happened to it? Well, when the feds washed their hands of this problem and said by Chicago, and with all the intense public scrutiny and the national media coverage that operation silver shovel had garnered the city finally stepped in and started awarding contracts to companies who could haul all this rubble away. Remember the lot were mount Henry once stood spanned twenty one acres and the mountain itself was six stories tall. So these cleanup contracts, we're going to be really big and really lucrative. The cleanup had just started in January nineteen ninety six when the Reverend Jesse Jackson Stockton have the right to remove the community because I was going to be a good lucrative job. Someone to have the job. So Reverend Jackson the civil rights activist and two-time candidate for president. And I come to Chicago in the nineteen sixties his rainbow push coalition is headquartered here and the way Jackson tells it when he first learned about operation, silver shovel. He realized that this cleanup presented a unique opportunity. John Christopher had dumped in a black neighborhood, and he had helped take down black politicians, but someone was going to get paid to clean up. The dumps and Jackson one of the city to hire black owned trucking firms to do it. I think that was resistance because the answer. Others who use a good. He's gonna jobs were demanding their right to get them. We demanded the right to circumvent the system so Reverend Jackson mounted a major protest tobacco his hands. We organized the trucks and the land removers on this frigid Saturday in early February nineteen Ninety-six dozens of diesel trucks and bulldozers plastered with signs that said things like we want our fair share and hire us to clean up. The dumps all these trucks lined up in a convoy and headed for north Lonsdale, though, we did a full mile trip across the city driving. But we're just folks and practice and trailers in dumpsters. We land and move across the city sub Trevor do three hours when the convoy arrived in north one day all the company that had started the cleanup blocked the entrance to the sites but Jackson and the truckers eventually got into the site, and he gave a speech from on top of a tractor. He threatened to continue the protests into the summer when the democratic national convention was going to be in Chicago in advance of the ninety six election. The Chicago Tribune characterized his threat this way, give us what we want or watch. As we wreak havoc on your big important party this summer. It was only then that the mayor agreed to hire black owned firms to clean up the dump those protests in the work. But the residents of north Lonsdale were not impressed. When the dumping had. I started in their neighborhood. Reverend Jackson was one of the people they'd written to asking for help. And was Woodson says they never heard back from him. At least not until after operation silver shovel was finished. And the camera crews arrived the suicide story broke. And then the next thing. I saw with Jesse Jackson standing on top pal saying. Yeah, we did this. And we no you didn't the in credit. For a lot of the stuff. They had been done. But that was way after the fight..

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"twenty one acres" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"twenty one acres" Discussed on KQED Radio

"By the time now is six fifty. It's morning edition on I'm Brian watt. Google plans to build a campus in downtown San Jose or expected to jump a major hurdle today. The city council in San Jose will vote on whether to sell more than twenty one acres of its downtown property to the tech giant for two hundred twenty million dollars. Cake senior Silicon Valley editor Tanya Moseley has more on the push to make sure affordable housing is part of this equation. It's the end of the workday and Raul PINA sits on his front porch for a quick smoke break before dinner with his family stimulate my mind to Pena is a contract maintenance worker for Google in Mountain View, his wife, also works there and from their home in San Jose. They can almost see the land where Google is slated to build its new campus since right here down the street, if they were actually to go forward with the process starting I mean, I'll be willing to transfer all year, and it'll be good for me. It takes Pinon his wife up to an hour and a half to dry, fourteen miles to Google, and that's a pretty common story, a huge percentage of Google workers live in or near San Jose twenty thousand employees are expected to work on the new campus. This shift is expected to ease. Traffic congestion in spur development in San Jose's. Downtown core. The vision that so many of us have for a vibrant downtown is in many ways, aided greatly. By what Google is planning San Jose, mayor Sam Licadho says the biggest. The question is how this development will impact housing costs. We would have at least twenty five percent of the housing be rant restricted affordable housing. And we're also proposing a few other measures, including financing district that will enable us to generate some dollars for affordable housing, but not everyone agrees with forcing companies to provide such a high percentage of affordable housing here. San Jose city councilman Johnny campus by making it a mandate. This will make us uncompetitive with cities like Cupertino. The city council will take up mayor lecarr proposal over the next few months role. Pena says he hopes a writ restriction mandate will be put in place. It's a struggle. But. No,.

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"twenty one acres" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

07:40 min | 2 years ago

"twenty one acres" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"To share with your family. That's just going to get the conversation started to whites important why you need to do this. And you know, why, you know, why your family needs to embrace, you know, the the clean food concept because I think so many people are just they're taking their kids to the supermarket, and they're buying these carrots that are preformed that. Is that a big little? I've engaged with so many young students, and and some of the educational groups that have come to twenty one acres for projects our community service or just field trips or whatever. And I I often hear the kids, you know, they're out there pulling a carried out of the ground like oh, look at that. And all my goodness. It's purple it's a purple carrots. So I mean, there are so many options that they don't know about. It's like this is what real food looks like it, try and taste that carrot it tastes like a really good care. And don't talk to me about tomato season. I mean, that's that's our overall favorite. You know, a fresh grown locally grown organic tomato. There's nothing better. Well, let let me keep going on and on educating people. Let's talk about some of the classes or seminars things you you have a how does it? I mean, I guess you you teach people on growing eating living living, exactly exactly give me a few examples. I guess I don't maybe some of your favorites. Or maybe the most popular things you're looking forward to. To starting. I don't care wherever you backyard farming. That's really one of the most popular people are very excited about backyard farming because it could mean that they're going to learn how to put in a garden in their backyard, or it could mean that they're gonna put it in pots flower pots on their patio backyard farming can mean a lot of different things folks are really excited about that beekeeping keeping keeping we talk about our our our our our gold our Honey from our from arby's. And and it's it's very it's very cool to actually see people coming out learning how to manage their own be highs or how to harvest Honey. And then they're interested in they want to have their own behind in their own homes and be able to include that in their whole gardening and backyard farming process, and then of course, I'm sorry. The cooking cooking classes, then we like to integrate you know, what what your growing with what like you mentioned before you know, with what you're eating and how. To cook it, and we can give you all these different ideas. So whether it's from, you know, cooking seasonally or working with in what's within the harvest or we have a harvest pizza class with one of our chefs, what are some of the other classes that we just I just wanted to make sure that we don't miss opportunity to let people know about the fourth Tuesday. Right. Then said are going to start. We're looking on the fourth Tuesday of every month starting on Earth Day, where we'll be having discussion and dialogue at twenty one acres that'll be an class format, but a dynamic conversation with the community, and very inexpensive from free to five dollars. Maybe one might be ten dollars. If there was something extra special going, I shouldn't hold anybody back. So there's kind of a systematic and dynamic way for the community to know that they can engage with twenty one acres. Maybe they might not be ready to sign up for to take a class right away. But the they'll know on the fourth Tuesday of every. The month. Are you hoping for like, you said backyard farms just people who live, you know, in irregular have another job? But I just have a interest in gardening and eating better or you looking for farmers, or is it both are your clients both at show up these kind of things and farmers say, I want to learn how to grow this a little bit better is you're gonna add beekeeping till my resume down on my farm. But I don't know. How is that? Both kind of. I think we do I think we attract a lot of different audiences, which you know, from Robbins my standpoint for marketing sometimes makes makes it difficult, but we have so many interesting things for so many different levels of audience. You'll from your professionals that are coming in learning about you know, the green building the architects, we had a recent landscaper association group that came in and talked about your Gatien, so they're taking that back to their clients and their businesses. So I think the audience are very widespread, you know, the fourth Tuesday, I just pulled out my sheet because I've. I forgot this is a new program on that were just offering an and we've got a lot of different topics from climate effects on Washington agriculture because we're very attuned to, you know, the climate crisis, and, you know, our weather issues and all of that again talking about energy efficiency in combustion. So that affects not only you just you don't someone who's trying to maybe do a remodeling project in their home. You know, what they can incorporate to you know, to beyond we're talking about food organic. There was a discussion about hydroponic gardening for people who don't have a spot to actually have a great spot to garden. Yeah. Making the most of what you have in the kitchen residential energy green event planning. We have a lot of people are coming in doing events at our facility, and they're required to not only meet our mission. But to use the use appropriate tools that. Embraces everything that we like to refer to as as green. So you can't come in and bring Doritos. You know, you you're not allowed to do that not only is that not part of our of our mission. But we want people to understand that we can create chips for you in our kitchen that organic and clean, and you don't need to bring in any other kinds of foods that, you know, have pesticides or GMO's or or whatever. So, you know. So we have a lot of different end up a lot of different topics that can be discussed. Well, fantastic. Saw. I'm going to encourage people again, check out this website, twenty one acres dot org because cash you do so much more than we can cover here and a short half hour. I guess wanna talk about the maybe the future as is twenty one acres. It's a it's a real labrador. It demonstrates that. These things are possible. Do people is this idea your own? Did you see it somewhere else? Have people come from other parts of the country say do that to our you said, I mean, how are you unique? Well, we think that were unique in the fact that we have a lead platinum certified building on a. Farm, but the sustainable food movement is definitely gaining momentum across the country. So many exciting things have happened in recent years, even the planting of the White House garden has really helped the tipping point across the country to get folks dialed in into supporting local farmers and to be involved. The buy local movement really has worked again a lot of momentum. And people are getting a little concerned about what the planet is gonna look like for their children and working with families to make resources available for their children is really important us. So we just got the green light yesterday to go ahead with our summer camps for children this summer. Also, we're about to put dates forward. And so the kids can get to know what it's like to actually grow food work on a farm what what's in soil. It's really a living organism. Can we get excited? When we see people of all ages. Come to twenty one acres. Wow. Thank you so much. We have been talking with Robin Crowder. She's a development director and Brenda vanderloop the public relations consultant at twenty.

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"twenty one acres" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"twenty one acres" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Stories on the south coast. From the WBZ newsroom. Here's JR rates. He's WB SMU eighty one degrees and mostly sunny. A grand jury has handed down an indictment charging a father and son from New Bedford after an investigation into drug trafficking. Barnstable police say they have been investigating Vincent gome senior and junior forty and twenty one respectively for months before they were arrested in January with police finding nearly one hundred forty grams of cocaine and two handguns in their possession. The department was handed down Friday charges both men with trafficking cocaine and conspiracy to violate controlled substances. Act gome senior also faces a charge of possession of a class b substance. Three Warwick manner being sentenced for their roles in the two thousand fifteen murder and dismemberment case Jamie and Albert Barrera and Louis Jeremiah all entered no contest pleas in Kent County. Superior court in connection to the death of. Jerry mellow whose torso was found by a fishing boat off Westport, Massachusetts, and whose legs and feet washed up on goose wing beach in little Compton, Jamie Barrera received a thirty five year sentence Elbert Herrera received a ten year sentence, and Jeremiah was given a four year term. The prosecutor's office has mellow went to meet the group to discuss its medical marijuana growing up when he was fatally attacked by Jamie Barrera and his body was uncut into pieces with a hand saw the country's largest native American organizations calling on President Trump's administration. Explain its decision. Not to recognize the reservation of the Massachusetts tribe. The National Congress of American Indian said today, disagree strongly with the US department of the interior's decision to reverse a decision that held in trust land for the mashpee. Womp, an arc tribe. The organization wants the agency to specifically explained the decision, and what it could mean for broader Indian land. Policy under President Trump. We interior department took three hundred twenty one acres into trust for the mashpee twenty fifteen but a federal judge ordered the agency to reconsider was after local residents sued to stop the building and were resort casino near Taunton. WBZ news time is four zero five and WBZ's sports. The Bluejays are in Boston for three game series. With the Red Sox starting tonight. First pitch at seven ten the pre-game show on WBZ. SM begins at six twenty five forecast. Rene shower storms late isolated fog, humid around seventy tomorrow. Isolated storms. Locally, heavy rain, humid near eighty we still watch hurricane Florence as it turns off the eastern seaboard rip currents will be dangerous. Rough surf for us by the wise, landfall North Carolina missing as well. To the south has gone to the end of the week from the six weather, Saddam chief meteorologist, Jeff new Bedford's news talk station, fourteen twenty WBZ. It's eighty one degrees into Bedford. Stay up to date with the new Bedford's news talk station. Fourteen twenty WBZ SM and get breaking news.

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President Vladimir Putin, Russia and Sonny Perdue discussed on Howie Carr

Howie Carr

01:24 min | 3 years ago

President Vladimir Putin, Russia and Sonny Perdue discussed on Howie Carr

"Well the Kentucky Republican, said it's clear that Russia interfered with the last, election but the bigger question is if they will attempt to do it, again the Russians better-equipped messing around in our, elections they did it the last time they better not do. It, again, McConnell echo GOP house, speaker, Paul Ryan and, said Russian, President Vladimir Putin would not be welcome at the. Capitol if he visits Washington this? Fall The Trump administration says it will give up to twelve billion dollars in aid to. Farmers affected by, tariffs calling it. A short term solution the secretary of agriculture Sonny Perdue said the Trump administration, was working on long-term trade deals the bailout will not need congressional. Approval key federal. Agency is supporting legislation protecting the mashpee walks reservation, land in Massachusetts, the bureau of, Indian affairs acting director Daryl account says he submitted written. Testimony to congress stating, the agency supportive legislation enshrining the Cape Cod tries, three hundred twenty one acre reservation into law dozens of tribes nationwide have, also endorsed that Bill and the mega millions, lottery jackpot for tonight is now up to an estimated five. Hundred, twenty two million the cash, option, estimated at three, hundred eight, million mega millions is played in forty four states..

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"twenty one acres" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"twenty one acres" Discussed on WTVN

"Radio one zero five seven the zone the reds also continued to play great baseball or showing signs that this team could be a contender next year while since he is in the cellar of the nfl central they have been on fire winning their last twelve or fifteen including a five three win over the white sox last night coming back from a three one deficit the red score four in the eighth for the series opening win game two of the series is tonight at seven ten other news wimbledon is underway in both williams sisters advanced yesterday in straightsets serena williams coming back from a pectoral injury defeated ranks to reuss and venus took care of johanna larsson from the central ohio honda dealers sports desk my campaign on newsradio six ten wtvn we know it's red white and boom night tonight organizers saying about four hundred thousand that's what they're expecting bicentennial park in well covered up downtown festivities begin at noon food live entertainment family activities parade moved it up a little bit five thirty is one that gets going and the fireworks will go promptly at ten courses all kinds of street closures and our our pal johnny hill is going to be keeping us up to date with traffic through the afternoon and then into the evening as well but basically if you don't get in there by five o'clock you're going to be co two bus in because they're just not going to be any way for you to get down there more as we get closer seventeen now let's get you to columbus business first on newsradio six ten wtvn some changes being made to a big proposal in harrison west developers mixing up what's planned on twenty one acres next battelle plans for a high end grocery store of through so backers are looking at smaller retailers along with more housing as it stands as i would have hundreds of apartments and single family homes in addition to a hotel and senior living units a shopping center on henderson road losing one of its anchors sears hardware.

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"twenty one acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"twenty one acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Your home the dodgers part of the petros and money afternoon show right after this it is super april local sunday bryan suits in here until ten pm kfi am six forty more stimulating talk michael shapiro with news la county firefighters have been working basically for a second day in their efforts to contain a brush fire that's burned at least twenty one acres in montebello flames first reported at about eleven thirty in the morning yesterday in heavy brush near san gabriel boulevard and lincoln avenue more than two hundred firefighters and several water dropping helicopters were dispatched yesterday they didn't need the copters today crews say that they have reached at least seventy five percent containment i knew geological report says nor cal is primed for a big one the us geological survey released hey wired scenario a report that says people living in the san francisco bay area are living along a fault that is a ticking time bomb the report says a magnitude seven point zero earthquake on hayward fault located under oakland could kill as many as eight hundred people and injured up to eighteen thousand professor a structural engineering at the university of california at berkley says preparedness for the inevitable earthquake is really important and that preparedness comes first at home and in the workplace julie slater kfi news land experts have warned throwing out data the electronics are causing a big environmental risks we live in an innovation nation that's constantly creating new gadgets new wearables drones robots and all sorts of other products that we've looked to us every day the founder of the largest e ways recycler in the world john chaghcharan says the chemicals in the electron ix can break down and become a danger the plants animals and people he says more recycling centers are appearing around the country is part of a larger effort to keep old electronics out of landfills bit romney's run to replace senator orrin hatch in utah has hit a speed bump the former republican presidential nominee he's been forced into a primary election after coming in second among utah's republican party delegates at the convention yesterday but romney says he is up for the challenge support across the.

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"twenty one acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"twenty one acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The smell good plumber la county firefighters have been working through the night narrow efforts to contain a brush fire that's burned at least twenty one acres and model they've been working through the afternoon as well flames i reported yesterday at about eleven thirty in the morning in heavy brush near san gabriel boulevard and lincoln avenue more than two hundred firefighters and several water dropping helicopters were dispatched yesterday that didn't need the choppers today crews say that they've reached seventy five percent contain at least at the fire right now a charter school in san antonio has apologized after an eighth grade teacher asked to list positive and negative aspects of slavery officials are great hearts modest is school say the teacher was signed the worksheet has been placed on leave the school says it's also going to review the history textbook associated with that lesson mitt romney's run to replace senator orrin hatton utah's hit a speed bump a former republican presidential nominees been forced into a primary election after coming in second among utah's republican party delegates that romney says he's up for the challenge get support across the state now confined campaigning hard this is this nature campaign so when we were together earlier this week i said we expected to have a primary we do and i'm looking forward to romney only got forty nine percent of the vote is opponent state representative mike kennedy got fifty one percent utah's republican primary is scheduled for june fires broke out at a skyscraper in dubai at the top of the building sending smoke billowing from its roof earlier today those inside fleeing into the streets firefighters extinguished that fire in authority there say no one was hurt traffic from your helpful socal honda traffic center.

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"twenty one acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"twenty one acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"To you by the kitchen store a two foot eight inch actor best known as many me in the plus that has died tmz says verne troyer was taken to a hospital a couple of weeks ago after reports he was drinking heavily and was suicidal dmz says he'd been on life support since then troyer had appeared in fifty movies but was most famous for his role in the austin powers movies he was forty nine l school board is met to pick a new superintendent michelle king went on medical leave in september she announced in january she had cancer and would not return to the job the board met for several hours yesterday but they came to no decision on king successor the board says the discussion will resume may i firefighters from multiple agencies have been fighting a small but stubborn brushfire in montebello la county fire says the fire started at about noon today and heavy brush near lincoln avenue in san gabriel boulevard it's burned at least twenty one acres near the whittier narrows recreation area about two hundred firefighters were out there at one point the fire now fifty percent contained fire crews are expected to be on the scene for several hours firefighters have rescued a man rescuing a cat a man in norfolk virginia climbed a ladder to try to get to the cat perched on a limb way up there when he got to the top of the ladder on friday he started climbing the tree and eventually got stuck about fifty feet up firefighters were able to get the guy down in about thirty minutes and because they already had their rescue ladder up they plucked the cat out of the tree to the fire chief says cat rescues are not something they normally do the cat's owners say they're happy firefighters made the exception and the guy who got stuck says he's relieved to be back on the ground amy king kfi new romney has failed to win enough votes to become the republican nominee for a us senate seat in utah romney barely lost a state lawmaker at a gop convention by a vote of forty nine to fifty one today voters are going to decide between the two and the primary june twentysixth on these still considered the front runner in the race to become the gop contender for the seat held by outgoing utah senator orrin hatch traffic from your helpful socal honda traffic center crashing studio city on.

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Authorities expand search of river for missing woman, son

Dark Secret Place

02:03 min | 3 years ago

Authorities expand search of river for missing woman, son

"To you by the kitchen store a two foot eight inch actor best known as many me in the plus that has died tmz says verne troyer was taken to a hospital a couple of weeks ago after reports he was drinking heavily and was suicidal dmz says he'd been on life support since then troyer had appeared in fifty movies but was most famous for his role in the austin powers movies he was forty nine l school board is met to pick a new superintendent michelle king went on medical leave in september she announced in january she had cancer and would not return to the job the board met for several hours yesterday but they came to no decision on king successor the board says the discussion will resume may i firefighters from multiple agencies have been fighting a small but stubborn brushfire in montebello la county fire says the fire started at about noon today and heavy brush near lincoln avenue in san gabriel boulevard it's burned at least twenty one acres near the whittier narrows recreation area about two hundred firefighters were out there at one point the fire now fifty percent contained fire crews are expected to be on the scene for several hours firefighters have rescued a man rescuing a cat a man in norfolk virginia climbed a ladder to try to get to the cat perched on a limb way up there when he got to the top of the ladder on friday he started climbing the tree and eventually got stuck about fifty feet up firefighters were able to get the guy down in about thirty minutes and because they already had their rescue ladder up they plucked the cat out of the tree to the fire chief says cat rescues are not something they normally do the cat's owners say they're happy firefighters made the exception and the guy who got stuck says he's relieved to be back on the ground amy king kfi new romney has failed to win enough votes to become the republican nominee for a us senate seat in utah romney barely lost a state lawmaker at a gop convention by a vote of forty nine to fifty one today voters are going to decide between the two and the primary june twentysixth on these still considered the front runner in the race to become the gop contender for the seat held by outgoing utah senator orrin hatch traffic from your helpful socal honda traffic center crashing studio city on.

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"twenty one acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"twenty one acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Transfer nuclear weapons or nuclear technology under any circumstances unless there is nuclear threat and nuclear provocation against the dprk fifth we will concentrate all the efforts on building a powerful socialist economy and markedly improving the standard of people's living through the mobilization of all human and material resources of the country six we will create an international environment that is favourable for the socialist economic construction and the effective dialogue with neighbouring countries and the international community in order to defend peace and stability on the peninsula and the world close quote bottom line they don't need to test anymore that's all this says our testing is complete we are reliably confident that we now have a hbomb that can fit on our wahdan fifteen missile that can reach washington dc why would we test anymore that's what that says i'll put it in perspective for you a little more when when we come back and what it means for these negotiations but the in the american view in the american media this is an even in a lot of ways the white house are actually looking at this as something substantial when when in fact there's not a lot of sizzle to this particular steak and i'll tell you why when we come back it is the dark secret place brian sits in here until midnight kfi am six forty more stimulating talk michael culture pay with a news free alarm brushfire still keeping kelly fire crews busy in montebello this near lincoln avenue and san gabriel boulevard earlier fifteen engine comedies have been deployed to the side of the fire said they were burned at least twenty one acres it started sometime after eleven o'clock this morning at fire right now at least fifty percent contained crew still unseen actor verne troyer best known for playing many me in two of the austin powers films has died a statement on his facebook page says troyer died today it was forty nine a man wanted for stabbing his ex girlfriend to death in gardena has been arrested in taxes authorities say the kevin dixon who fifty five killed the woman last wednesday in church parking lot before fleeing the texas we'll check out the forecast and the drive on the six oh five.

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"twenty one acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"twenty one acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"To some other people were well connected then it began to make sense this lawsuit is not about proving anything per se it will be more about discovery getting people under oath you can have then donald trump junior under oath having to testify to what he did or did not do separate and distinct from the muller investigation separate instinct distinct from anything that may come out of the michael cohen investigation meaning here's the strategy if bob muller were fired if rod rosenstein were fired if the motor investigation were shut down in totality this was still go for with getting certain people under oath and then exposed them to the possibility of legal jeopardy of perjury or if this is completed before the molar investigation is done then you leave the option open for the muller investigation to take the testimony using the discovery as a claim of obstruction of justice that's the strategy now i don't know necessarily how successful strategy well thought out it may be but i'm saying ahha i get where you're going with this speaking bar institutions and voting when we come back did you know that washington dc is considering allowing sixteen year olds to vote what the hell this is the mole kelly show kfi am six forty more stimulating talk microsoft pay with the news three alarm brushfires keeping la kelly fire crews busy in montebello near lincoln avenue and san gabriel boulevard fifteen engine companies have been deployed to the side of the fire senate with burned about twenty one acres it started some time after eleven this morning the fires elite forty percent contained actor verne troyer best playing mini me into of the austin powers films has dr the statement on his facebook page has died today he was forty nine a man wanted for stabbing his ex girlfriend to death in gardena has been arrested in texas authorities say kevin dixon or dixon who's fifty five killed woman last wednesday in a church parking lot before fleeing to texas check.

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