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"youngstown" Discussed on Homes and Hops
"Family and support into your good deeds and support a business. I love the the decorating idea with the businesses while Interesting because there are few there were few of the businesses who were trying to decorate and had some difficulty in the to do it by the date but have since done it so there. There are more windows. There's more windows downtown that are decorated than had originally been there. Yeah yeah more reason to go downtown. Well i think it's catchy. The i think it's like anything. It's ca- it's catchy and You know that we gave prizes out for first. We gave cash prizes alden and you know we do those kind of things with partners like premier. Because if we didn't have that support we could we couldn't We couldn't do those kind of things but they as a bank understand how important businesses. Oh yes thriving is for everyone. Yes extraordinarily important and we should all be thinking about that coming. Twenty twenty one right and Are you have. You made any plans or anything like that. For twenty twenty one or you or you holding back a little bit. Well we're not particularly particularly holding back We we have just in our office finished up our year so year. end letters. Go out and our sparkle campaign letters. Go out and thank you. Letters go out and art. My staff has really stepped up this year. I mean we have literally had to re think everything that we've done We're all pretty much over. Zoom diane We we We always have a Grass roots event where we honor someone. Last year was premier. Spend the youngstown foundation spin the hospital spin partners that have been with us from the beginning. Who have really because of their Commitment to our work have really impacted what we've been able to do So our grassroots event typically would been in february actually was one the last event. I think that happened last year the year before the pandemic because we had that event the end of february so this year we know who with not announced it yet but we know who we've selected and We're thinking probably spring Summer 'cause yes considered it has to be outdoors. I i think that. I think no matter what i think we will be together face to face again at least with the warmer the warmer weather heads. I agree. I was talking to someone this afternoon. Who was talking about. You know this has taught this pandemic has taught them that they can do business differently they can be in their home to do business and i said well. Johnny said i would agree to some extent. But i'm gonna say that you're not gonna make any friendships any partners over zoom. No conference call. You still have got. We still will get to a point where we have to do that face to face. I know you can't. You're not going to sell a house. You're not gonna have a beer at home looking. You're not on your screen and it's it's interesting because i'm I'm taking courses. So i can go for my broker's license and one of the classes is finance. And obviously i'm taking these courses with a lot of other real estate rations so we're very focused in one area and everybody keeps commenting regarding the commercial industry..
"youngstown" Discussed on Homes and Hops
"Are you doing this beautiful day. Oh my god it's gorgeous. I feel as her gifts in december. That's for sure these truly are. I was actually just talking the other day. Saying i feel like with everything happening if we had. What was it four or five years ago. We had that really nice easy winter. Winter yeah i feel like we deserve their share anything to get us outdoors to we could enjoy. The weather is say. Let's have it. So i met sharon with the walk youngstown. Project that that. I was really end. Still ama- sues. We can all get back out there into. Because i love our city and sharon loves our city even more than i love our city and i met with her because i knew having her involved would be extraordinary and it truly was and i appreciate everything that you did for that project and are doing. Well i first of all. I appreciate the project like so many things that happen in youngstown. Things happen sort of naturally. I think go and there are a lot of people that love our city and a lot of people who are doing great things and Youngstown cityscape has always believed that. If we could partner with these other things that are going on to make something happen quicker or easier it to the next level. Yeah that that standard that we continued to try to raise the standard for the kind of projects that happened in youngstown. Hey i mean i. I think it's win win for everyone. Treasure it truly is the tells a little bit of history about young to escape. Well you know. Youngstown cityscape has been in existence for over twenty three years. It started as a very small group half a dozen people very grassroots driven. Who just cared about how our city looks. They wanted to You know they literally used to get together on the corners with their brooms and rakes and by a few flats of flowers and in those beginning days it.
"youngstown" Discussed on Homes and Hops
"All of that that you've gotta get into demo and restoration and all of that but again what we thought was going to be the difficult pieces that works just really beginning again. A building from eighteen. Seventy exploring the historical registry now exploring that opportunities zone exploring the enterprise zones and historically underutilized business zone. All of that is due diligence. Homework that you've got to do that. No one pays your salary for now because understanding each of those things helps you understand the next step to make. Don't you wish you. Could tally up your sweat equity value. I wish i could do it. Like if you ever seen the movie matrix where you know. It's like they're trying to start a motorcycle and she calls back and just like download hundred you know yes like i. I wish you easy pop one of those things. Let's do the jets but it's all again well worth to put ourselves through these these these necessary changes and i'm sure you're better off ford understanding the animal that youngstown can be but understanding that surmountable that get through whatever we have to call on whether it was in patients You know understanding yes. you know. negotiating You know we had to pull on a lot of skill sassy able to get through this process and That's that's part of the business acumen and level of You know rising to the occasion that we need to bring to this community that something. You're just not gonna get overnight now even this vision when we talk about phasing out like we haven't talked a lot about you know the vision of this space as of yet and we will But we understand that no matter how much we see al there. How many cool things there are in columbus and cleveland. No duluth minnesota. I've had people point to things in amsterdam tampa Yep we've just got to pace ourselves because this is youngstown. In part of that is even if you had the resources you know You still need to be careful about the pace in which we operate at because it can be very sighted to not listen to give the community and to engage with this space and show you how they want you to use it. Hey green so as creative and as of a visionary we can be about things you still need to stop a moment and invite the community and them..
"youngstown" Discussed on Homes and Hops
"What's going to be difficult is typically not what is difficult. I know that is so true. Acquisition is not difficult now ownership. Yes can be much more difficult once you get what you asked for now. What it reminds me. Like willie wonka when the girl is like is daddy. I want pony. Then she wants the squirrel that can create aruca. Gotta be careful what you ask for a hold chocolate factory. That's right then. And then we found out she was a bad egg. And there's no more peruta town doesn't need anymore and that's also an important thing transparency in the process. You know that anyone can peel back what you and i did. The negotiations of it the the loan that was provided to the youngstown flee for acquisition and And we wanted to make sure that this was something that didn't have the unfortunate sometimes staying that comes along with transactions in our community. Now welcome people to ask as many questions. You want about the process in the transaction. Because there's nothing to hide. there is no I get you know that apprehension in a community like this where we have been taken advantage of and runamuck and led astray and bamboozled and hoodwinked. And all that stuff you certainly. The the people of this community have a right to ask and have a right to feel that anxiety or apprehension amount but in my instance and in this case our work I welcome it. you know. There's nothing for me to be afraid of the merits in which we were operating under are beyond reproach in my book you know. Now i agree. We opened ourselves up. We asked four things that were appropriate. We were denied some of the things we asked for ninety days. Here's forty we spent a good amount of time on what number was like. Well they're not going to give you ninety now. Nope that wasn't that wasn't enough shannon. You know we're just bargaining for a couple more days. it was. it was interesting but it was like..
"youngstown" Discussed on Homes and Hops
"Go through these changes. But it wasn't an unnecessary thing. This was an absolute necessity in you. Were instrumental in nudging me to to to to to take the first step you know. Not that i dreamed of. We had looked at buildings. We had had this discussion. It had been down dancing around downtown. You know this has been dancing a membrane for a couple years. We wanted to build the flea and get its foundation because you know going after a property sort of running into a building while everybody else is running out of building you know that. Sounds like some superhero kind of stuff right and that's what we were doing To be honest with you the statement you made earlier about our pause during cova if you notice what you said was during covid. Not because of covid yes. We didn't pause because of covid like we push through. I mean the the world was going through a pandemic and we were sensitive to that but recognized. We understand why because this was actually to help the youngstown flee become more sustainable through a pandemic. That's right and so. We had a pause for specific reason. We had some behind the scenes work that needed to get done. Gathering your financials for business and and really gathering enough fortitude to to take that to someone to show them a vision in plan in that. This is a worthy cause to invest in. You know that was the due diligence. We had to do but nothing about the pandemic. In this instance caused us to pause to Because of the pandemic it was just during the pandemic we had to take a moment and there were some side notes and footnotes of things that we process and get through That that are you know less important because a small delay but for for youngstown. I think one of the things that we can take from this is not because of men in even during right not because of a pandemic in even during the pandemic there were still work to do that..
"youngstown" Discussed on Homes and Hops
"Hey here's my realtor and here's the client yet and it was business and we left those personal things aside. You know what i mean and so it was wonderful. A half someone on both ends of that spectrum on a personal level as well as a professional level but never mixed. I don't think we celebrated appropriately. And we you know. We legislated appropriately in those moments and it took some some some tug of war in instances. But i allow you to do your job and trusted you and you allow me to express myself and entrusted that. Mike got an office chess. Now let's get back to and you always reminded me of what the goal was. The goal was the. Let's get this before we worry about this before. I'm not worrying about something unless it happens. I think. I think i hated you when you said that. But i'm one of those like proactive less. Not let this happen. You know and you were like but it hasn't happened it yet. I mean. I think that I think that we came to a fair balance agreement of of how would handled. I really do play your proactive way to. I'm going to send an email right now. Worded very carefully weird but it helped. Quell the frustration. In that moment it wasn't going to send an email later. Or i'm gonna dress. Let me take care of it. Was like hey. Let's this is happening now. I know how you're feeling right now. But let me handle it now in a way that i know how to handle it and so the poison posture you carried for this to be your first in youngstown. Let's not pretend that. This is your first rodeo at all but for youngstown and it is a different different piece to residential and commercial. So i'm thankful i've come from a world of trouble crows. Cbre's on the what the schmidt in wakefield there they're all commercial industries or like you have your development companies like low enterprises where i first started and you have your large construction so late and then you also have your governmental like..
"youngstown" Discussed on Homes and Hops
"That was a moment where i needed to visualize and try to piece together. Some of the key components of what we were talking about so standing in republic pretending that we owned that space and recognizing some of the challenges that we would have in owning that space caused me to look across the street and say hey we could solve some of the challenge with this base by acting over there and then and then that space became a whole different. Look because. I don't believe i'd ever looked over at that space in the way that we looked at it that day. And it's still interesting to try and tell people about the space now like where's it out again you know and you can tell them all the landmarks around the building. But it's still you know kind of tucked away in its own little playground area over there and and i love it. What i love about the location is that it does it is it is like the beginning of the city. Yeah well actually depending which way but it corridor radio coming from the side of youngstown as much framed by republic in this building. You know in valley foods is there as well. and you think about cleveland. And how they they made. Districts or landmark areas identified different areas commercially within their city. So you had how different districts that they have down there that they keep reinventing and reinventing themselves And i love the fact that youngstown besides because everything has been so just federal plaza I love the fact that that were expanding the city even further and showing how much more death the city house and it is enough. Space away is close enough but yet enough away to have its own identifiable area which is huge. It's like pushing the limit with spandex. How much room do we have in these things. We we think banks. And i'm more out of definitely push that no but it's necessary. I mean i've said it for years. Quite honestly i've walked federal number of times and i said that any healthy city cannot survive with simply one quote unquote strip. There's got to be alternative options for people and It's all ships rise with that tied. You know we don't have spaces in places that people can go in alternative to places they've been often They'll get bored. They'll get burnt out and And we won't see the growth that's necessary. And so yet is stretching it is stretching the community to say Can something exists beyond federal and allow federal to still do well and and Point to some other areas. The interesting thing is is on in our research finding out that this area with republic. And you know this. This building that we just purchased is already zoned for mixed use community. Yes you know it's in that district already and you know it's an in a number of different zones also in the opportunities our tuna be zone Enterprise zone know hub zone which is historically underutilized business zone. So we found out a lot about this area. And it's like okay. This isn't as difficult again as we thought it was going to be. Not to despair as the process we had to go through the negotiating with the seller. And you know the contracts that we have together and the agreements. The give the take the ebb and flow of it. And you know the negotiations but there are some great advantage. That's already in place having anc beverage there when you talk about being able to acquire a liquor license for for the building and doing.
Two Youngstown State University students from Sierra Leone killed in car crash
"Youngstown State University are dead after their car wrecked on I 76 in Portage County last night. The Ohio State Highway Patrol says the driver Muktar Kamara, and one of his passengers were killed. The two other passengers were not seriously injured, all of them from Sierra Leone Grove City Man is
"youngstown" Discussed on Homes and Hops
"Community found me and then I just kind of plugged in you know from there and tried to carve out my own niche and it was really great and I also worked for five years for cityscape down out after that. Yes? Yes. So you know I've seen it all worked in the neighborhoods of worked in downtown development, a small business owner of worked at the university. Still a board member of wind DC now I'm just like at another level of the work in Cleveland I'm doing this work now at that level. and working for again like really top level organization learning a tremendous amount. So that's how it will happen for me. What do you think about the advantages of having because you're talking about in Cleveland how you have that additional tax that you do have in the neighborhood? So the the homes that are paying that additional amount that's going towards the care and the upkeep of even the commercial end of things wrote I mean, how do I, mean Granted I, don't think we're necessarily neighbor capacity. Around downtown necessarily yet. But what do you think about that were to occur development would happen let's say downtown more housing like more immediate downtown I mean, how do you think that would benefit the area around the city I would say so this tags I should clarify it is only for commercial like business not really home can include homes in fact, in our neighborhood because of some of the properties being so old the district. Homes predating when businesses actually moved in there are some homes included in this district but I would say it's largely supported by property owners who are have commercial nature. Okay. So that's why they typically exist in downtowns for that reason. In the reason, why is because a lot of business owners? Property owners in commercial districts are looking for extra service in that they need the extra marketing they need the extra cleanliness they need all these things but the city just can't any city really can't provide that extra level of service because you know especially in these older industrial says a youngstown there. So strapped that they are trying to cover. An entire city and can barely keep up with that. So to allocate even more resources in time in the downtown. It's extremely expensive and it's just not really possible. So what these cities have done over the course of decades they've passed their tax in those dollars are controlled by them. They determine how this their their own Condo Association. Yeah exactly. That's not a bad way of thinking about it. Right. But the thing is it's like a state law thing. So like there's an actual process to it and there's an actual like as an organization, there's A. So you can't just Kinda like this. You can't just pass your own tax and then get this blank check and do whatever. There's like you have to be a five. Oh, one C. Three that has an appointment from city hall also has so many property owners. So many you know this and that you have to develop an actual plan for how the money will be spent and it has to be renewed every five years. Okay. So it's not in perpetuity but this is something that I think in Youngstown case downtown is now gotten to the point where it needs this. Is specifically to sustain. The level of service that is being provided select for example. Young. Census Cape, which I worked at for five years. That was an organization that started twenty some years ago with just a handful of volunteers trying to beautify downtown profit nonprofit exactly right and those those are people pitching in and it grew over time but that organization is constantly having to just spend so much time fundraising. Yes. In not focusing on the work itself, you know there. Every year this massive shaking of the tree of trying to get money whereas downtown. Akron downtown. Pittsburgh Cleveland every basically every legitimate even canton has this special improvement district where the property owners pay money an extra service that would then hire cityscape dollars go to like a city they don't. They don't go to cityscape but cityscape takes those dollars and does the programming that the organization wants to see happen that's happening all around youngstown and organization like cityscape. Fortunately youngstown positioned to execute something like that because of an organization like a cityscape that can do it, they could like move in and do that. Now is just been a situation of can you get that passed? You know is there enough property owners that would be agreeable to that, and the challenge in downtown Youngstown is because it's a relatively smaller downtown. There's a handful of people that own so much property that if like even one of. Them says, no then it can cancel it because you have to have like sixty percent of property agree to it. So I can tell you in DC. So the commercial properties that we would have an policing the space and everything it was a requirement. So of course, there's the DC tax actually DC taxes aren't that bad but the tax. But what we would do is we incorporate that into the expense of the care, the exterior of the building. In our CAM. Basically the cost for the the planter beds because it's mainly sidewalk except for the planter beds our our engineers are building engineers going out and spraying the sidewalks every morning like all those things were were the responsibility of the building owner, and if they didn't then you got fined and you'd have the, you'd have to pay a certain cost for whatever it is that that you were penalized for. Sure. So it's it's interesting the different dynamics, but at the end of the day either way. This city isn't bearing the brunt. Of of the money because again, it costs a lot of money ought. To run a city really does lawn and you do and you also wanamaker city. As enticing as possible for people to move their businesses to for sure granted. DC. As in Cleveland I mean, there's just a bag of pseudo more residents and people that are living in the area that make said just automatically more enticing. So we need to figure out ways in order to bring that back grabbing. That was basically the idea walk youngstown. We have a very walkable city in my mind you like it to me it silly that we don't walk around your neck sound. I mean, there's there's places that we can go to like the Labor Museum I mean I have laid out in the Hammock. Yes, absolutely I just haven't gone into the Labour into great yeah. Absolutely. Well, you know that's not a bad pairing for an afternoon. Maybe two our towards lithium spread out on their just like can I borrow one of the books in the library and then go out. That's not a bad idea. That's not a bad idea. Maybe there's a marketing ideas. For sure. But Yeah I agree with you either way. Cities do different things like that I. Think at the end of the day, the bottom line is trying to figure out a way like you said to take the burden up or take the expectation of the city that you're going to be able to provide these additional services because quite honestly is just not realistic in this is are methods in which you know you can do that. Like you said it really the dollars it's there's a return on investment for that because it really does create an environment. Where businesses are attracted to that environment because of additional services, they like to know that all the trash is going to be really picked up their security patrolling that there are. There's dollars there for public art and all these things you know so. That is important and in Cleveland's case we beyond just the downtown in like in our neighborhood, we have enough of a critical mass of commercial businesses and neighborhoods now that we are able to do that there and in that is that is that is the area in which we have that extra tax and get the manage all of that. So it's really cool. So again, another example of how I'm trying to help Youngstown Youngstown is having that conversation right now and I am..
"youngstown" Discussed on Homes and Hops
"The penguin city light bear with their special Y can for why issue and I'm here with Special Guest Phil Kid what are you drinking I'm drinking a leave Irish l. from modern methods in downtown Warren Ohio First Baristas eighty I believe in town weren't cheers cheers absolutely. So Phil came here all the way from Cleveland did just got in good to be back in Youngstown. Is Nice you come back frequently. Don't you? Yeah. I do I come back I mean. I'd say the last several weekends because of the pandemic, there's a lot of activities I've come back. At least one day each weekend and I I'm still a board member with like why Andy? So I'm back you're quite a bit for a lot of their work and so yeah, I'm back. But yeah. So so he is and that's how I did a little bit of a scoop of everything like I when I moved back to the area about four years ago I definitely heard of you and everything that you've done in Youngstown. A strong advocate, a positive strong advocate at that but I was like Let me let me see what else I can. Do So. So, currently you're the special projects manager for the Detroit, Schorr? Way. Community. Development Organization. That's right. Absolutely. Very good. So yeah, I'm reading it right now. Only cheating. So what does that all entail and how did how did that all come into fruition? Well So. I'll start with the evolution I how we got there the job. Well, maybe I'll disturbed jumper said job is special projects director Israeli another name for the person who's going to cover down on all these different things that the organization does. That it could be housing, it could be public infrastructure it could be parks and greenspace it could be managing the business district all these things that don't fit into a clean job description of like some employees at the organization. So we have people there that all they do is they just work on real estate development. Okay. This person over here does nothing but housing they work with developers on determining how they can take a vacant lot and build new construction and do all the pre development work like person's job in. So my job is I work in all those. Different worlds, but all the kind of unique projects within them. So for an example, the commercial district in which might just neighborhood is in Cleveland on the West Side there is about sixty or seventy property owners pay an extra tax and that tax generates revenue stream that provide services just for the commercial district. So extra landscaping, extra security, extra marketing, extra public artwork all that kind of stuff I managed like that entire program. So that's something that you know is kind of a special project within the organization there we the Organization owns a number of. Community Parks and green spaces I manage all of those If this, there's a big street project that's going to happen the neighborhood for example, like the build grant projects downtown like avenue and all that. I am the person who serves as the representative from our organization on wh what's going to happen there the. And everything like that exactly. Yeah. So you're sitting down with city you're sitting down with. The contractors and you're you're working through the planning on these projects. So those are just example few examples, but it's a really cool job just because you have to know so much about so many different things. And so you. Just, over the course of time, the amount of knowledge you accumulate is just like really incredible plus Cleveland's a pretty big city. So you get a sense of like what this looks like bigger city in the. Rust. Belt. City yeah. But you have A. Pretty Cool I get a pretty good sense of what this looks like at a slightly higher level than a place like youngstown and we're that's advantageous is that because I'm still so connected to youngstown. I. I am sharing a lot of that information as I am like on the front lines of this work with the people back here because I can kind of see what I did this work like that in Youngstown for fifteen or twenty years and I know youngstown intimately in know where it's at and I know now we're Cleveland's at and how this works works there. And being able to see ten years in advance where young sounds going helping to kind of like lay the trackwork of sorts you know to help them. Progress so being being a board member like why in DC on some someone that's particularly like a health or good example of where IAN is working the executive director on particular housing project, I know with three examples of that in Cleveland already and how they financed it or how they got zoning for this or how they do this or that, and so I can you know work with him and figure out what that looks like on certain things for all those that don't know. Exactly, what why in DC is, how would you describe that organization to people wind DC? I would say the kind of the quick summary of it is it is a nonprofit organization that is dedicated exclusively to neighbor development. They primarily work on housing related issues. So they they work on the renovation of of homes they provide funding for people, homeowners, four home repairs, people that already our own owner-occupied in some cases they acquire property renovated and sell it. So that's their bread and butter. and. That is true of many other groups like organizations like there's particularly in. CLEVELAND. There's twenty eight groups like that. Allow Cleveland Right in our organization. This is the reason why I was interested in this job leaving youngstown was that our organization is arguably the Todt organisation Cleveland for that. So we're like we're like the top line DC OF CLEVELAND. So. Being a special projects manager for like the top group like that in Cleveland is awesome. You know because you just you are doing the cutting edge type of work and neighborhood development in Cleveland and then again being able to share that back year with Youngstown is. Something that not only is great personally but it was like I absolutely made sure that was part of accepting the job 'cause. I. Didn't necessarily I I got to know people that worked at this organization and people in this neighborhood and that's learned about the job but I didn't really necessarily pursue it. It was something that just you know like as it opened up to position opened up the managing director of that organization approach me about it at one of their events and know it would obviously would have taken something very considerable a very unique professional opportunity to leave Youngstown Jeff. But I thought it was because of the pedigree of that organization and the amount of responsibilities that is going to be given. It would be something to be really unique but I made sure that when I accepted that job that I was able to maintain all of the connections here in Youngstown as resulted, be able to share that information and they said absolutely, of course, it's what we want to see which is extraordinarily important. I'm a big advocate of people getting out there and experiencing other areas. So you know what works and doesn't work within our own woman to help us grow. City I think that's very important So how how did you even get involved with this with this occupation and? And how did it evolve to like explain that portion to everyone sure. It was not by design that's for sure. But kind of ironically this is the work that my parents did I didn't. I didn't really understand it when I was young I didn't understand their right. Your parents, you just kind of knew. They did like civic work you know re like development projects and you know public infrastructures. So I grew up in a household that was commonplace. My Dad was always doing going ribbon cuttings for bridge that they built in the county that. We lived in and my mother worked she managed a like a senior high-rise like a you know basically like a These are these are apartment buildings for seniors on fixed incomes, and they pay thirty percent of whatever their income is and. She managed this building in the town nearby where we live and. She was offered a job by the state of Pennsylvania who so I should yeah. People might not know that I I'm not from. Youngstown I grew up. Yeah Yeah, I'M NOT FROM UNSOUND RIGHT SO I grew up near Pittsburgh. Yeah I grew up in a town called Burgas down, which is like you think of like if you were to draw a straight line from Steubenville, Ohio to Pittsburgh, my hometown is like in the halfway point there hanging between. So it's about twenty twenty, five mile stretch but we're like right in between there. But my dad worked for the county they're watching county my mother worked for in within that county as well. But then got that job at the state and her job then became to. Monitor. All these different types of housing projects like this, and she now is the director of all of the western half of the state of Pennsylvania. That's awesome. Yeah. It's pretty amazing. She started kind of at ground level and work their way all the way up and my path to all of this was I ended up in. Youngstown to go to school youngstown state. That's how I ended up here and like you is political science major and we'd probably have a lot of professors bending benning seraphic..
Ohio town offers to take unwanted statues from other cities
"Columbus and other historical figures like George Washington are being toppled across the U. S. But there's a place in Ohio that says it will take in all unwanted statues. Cameron Fairchild has the story. Newton Falls Northwest of Youngstown is now a Statuary Sanctuary City Thanks to a proclamation from city manager David Lynch. Lynch is order means statues being dumped by other cities are welcome in Newton Falls. A general amnesty is in effect for Columbus, Washington, Teddy Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln Star Spangled Banner writer Francis Scott Key is also covered under the amnesty order. Cameron
"youngstown" Discussed on Homes and Hops
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Vandalism hits Bloomberg campaign offices across the U.S.
"The campaign office in Ann Arbor of democratic presidential hopeful Michael Bloomberg has been hit by vandals the Bloomberg team said over the weekend that vandalism happened February thirteenth along with the corporate pig painted on the window campaign manager Kevin ski key says other vandalism has happened in the past few weeks in Knoxville Tennessee and in Toledo and Youngstown
Bloomberg Campaign Offices in Ohio Vandalized
"Of Mike Bloomberg's campaign offices in Ohio have been vandalized one in Toledo the other in Youngstown Bloomberg's campaign announced this week the opening of a dozen offices in Ohio the campaign is nearly one hundred staffers in the state which is more than any of his rivals Ohio's primary March seventeenth
Students say Title IX is failing to address sexual misconduct
"Students a Youngstown state university are demanding change after the school hired a coach with the sexual assault on his background USA today reports of petitions calling a why S. U. officials to enact the personal conduct policy to prevent the hiring of anyone who's been responsible for serious misconduct outrage was sparked on campus this month after the newspaper detail the hiring of a former student athlete was suspended for sexual assault but then hired to coach
Cassius Winston stars in Michigan State's win a day after death of brother
"College basketball number one Michigan state got its first win beating Binghamton one hundred forty seven catches once in seventeen points and eleven assists came a night after his brother was struck and killed by a train in Michigan number five little last Youngstown state number six Florida though upset by Florida state sixty three fifty one sentinels have beaten the Gators the last six times
College Football Scores From This Weekend
"You see football keeps the victory bell at three thirty five thirteen win over Miami Saturday afternoon at Nippert stadium the Bearcats have won their last fourteen games over the red Sox you see has a bye this week other local and state college football scores it was number six Ohio state being Indiana fifty one to ten Kent state fell to number eight Auburn fifty five sixteen Toledo shuts out Murray state forty five nothing Ohio fell to Marshall thirty three thirty one it was Akron losing at Central Michigan forty five twenty four Youngstown state overdue came thirty four twenty four and dating defeated Robert Morris thirty four thirty
Ohio man accused of planning to attack Jewish center faces federal charge
"Department of justice's fault rather Brock federal charges against the self proclaimed white nationalist who threatened to shoot up a Jewish community center in Youngstown Ohio police and the FBI see the man posted a video on social media depicting himself as the gunmen in a fictional shooting was taken into custody after a concerned citizen notified police about the video is US attorney Justin Herdman federal rules give us a few weeks before seeking an indictment in the grand jury and we will continue to use that time to further our investigation of Mr Riordan's conduct and to determine if others were
Ohio man charged with threatening Jewish community center
"An Ohio man appears in court soon accused of threatening to attack a Jewish community center the charges include telecommunications harassment and aggravated menacing authorities a twenty year old James reared in a self declared white supremacist posted a video online showing a shooter with the sounds of screaming people and sirens and tagging the Jewish community center of Youngstown other online posts include anti semitic and white nationalist propaganda the FBI violent crimes task force rating reared its home seizing dozens of rounds of ammunition several semi automatic weapons a gas mask and
Youngstown Ohio, James Riordan And Virginia discussed on KRLD News, Weather and Traffic
"Police in Youngstown Ohio have arrested a twenty year old man for making online threats against the Jewish community center in that town police arrested twenty year old James Riordan on Saturday a self described white nationalist after uncovering this threatening social media posts forty see the video shows him shooting a semi automatic rifle and talking about killing Jews in Youngstown Ohio that kicked off an intense investigation of very rapidly evolving investigation because of the way the world is in time in took part in the deadly protests in Charlottesville Virginia in twenty seventeen reviewed for a documentary saying he wanted to see a homeland established only for white is CBS correspondent Meg
Ohio man charged with threatening Jewish community center
"News a man accused of threatening on Ohio Jewish center on Instagram is under arrest you Middleton's police chief says the twenty year old posted a video last month of a man shooting a semi automatic rifle and tag the Jewish community center of Youngstown that kicked off an intense investigation of very rapidly evolving investigation because of the way the world is police found weapons and ammunition in the
Ohio man charged with threatening Jewish community center
"A twenty year old Ohio man arrested for making what police consider a threat to a Jewish community center in Youngstown police say Seamus Riordan allegedly posted a video on Instagram last month of a man firing a semi automatic rifle the caption police identified the Youngstown Jewish community center shooter as local white nationalist Seamus Riordan police in new Middletown Ohio say they found anti semitic information along with rounds of ammunition and semi automatic weapons at Seamus Riordan's house and the Instagram account was
Ohio white nationalist arrested for threatening Jewish community center
"An Ohio man is under arrest accused of making online threats against the Jewish community center in Youngstown the F. B. I. rated twenty year old James Riordan's home in new middle town Friday night season semi automatic weapons and bulletproof armor as well as set anti semitic and white nationalist propaganda police chief Vince day JDO this is a person that has declared himself as the white nationalist and what they hate crimes anything else going on we want to make sure that we did our part make sure this was this person was taken off the streets very quickly he's being held on two hundred and fifty thousand dollars
Ohio white nationalist arrested for threatening Jewish community center
"An Ohio man is under arrest accused of making online threats against the Jewish community center in Youngstown the F. B. I. rated twenty year old James Riordan's home in new middle town Friday night seizing semi automatic weapons and bulletproof armor as well as anti semitic and white nationalist propaganda police chief been staging DO this is a person that has declared himself as the white nationalist and with the hate crimes anything else going on we want to make sure the we did our part to make sure this was this person was taken off the streets very quickly he's being held on two hundred and fifty thousand dollars
"youngstown" Discussed on The Daily
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Rep. Tim Ryan Announces Candidacy For President On 'The View'
"And Admiral Hieaux congressman Tim Ryan to the growing list of democratic candidates. He announced his bid today on ABC's the view and will make it official on Saturday at a rally in his hometown of Youngstown Ryan has been a member of the house since two thousand three he challenged Nancy Pelosi for the democratic leadership before she eventually was elected house
GM set to end production at Ohio plant Wednesday
"General Motors is now finally made it official production will end this week at one of the four US auto plants. It's indicated it might be shuttering GM says the last Chevy Cruz will be coming off the assembly line Wednesday, the automakers assembly plant near Youngstown Ohio plant closings are still being negotiated with the union so some workers at the company's Lordstown plant. There are hoping it may be saved plant closings commented time GM is increasingly shifting its attention to trucks SUV's and electric
Funeral held for 5 children killed in Ohio fire
"Firefighters in Ohio joined family members and friends at funeral services in Youngstown today for five children killed in a fire at their home almost two weeks ago. The children ranged in age from one to nine years old a newspaper report says they're injured twenty six year old mother wept at the casket of the oldest child during a two hour visitation that preceded the funeral. The cause of the deadly fire remains under investigation.
Funeral held for 5 children killed in Ohio fire
"Firefighters at Ohio joined family members and friends at funeral services in Youngstown today for five children killed in a fire at their home almost two weeks ago. The children ranged in age from one to nine years old a newspaper report says they're injured twenty six year old mother wept at the casket of the oldest child during a two hour visitation that preceded the funeral. The cause of the deadly fire remains under
"youngstown" Discussed on Business & Biceps
"So she was star something I didn't have anything to do with us, but her client base was our people right? And so his. So they would try to say, hey, we're here to help everybody as if I was foolish must not trying to help everybody and help yourself. You know. And, and they'll make it like that. Right. And so then after while she found out how she could start a an agency, and so she had done all this work with people in our office, you know, said, who were who ended up being their partners up on them leaving and literally basically took about fifty percent of our people from our our business up in Youngstown. This was last year, obviously, within our drug and alcohol program, and I was like, wow, but it all started from a conflict of interest at all star from like disco horsing of of our people is out of our business. And I've been the, I wanna say the victim because that's the wrong word. The the recipient of somebody basically blurring lines and doing their own thing with our thing and not communicating that this was going on, and but it it taught me a lot in really what I said to at the beginning of this. Is the best thing, right? It really comes down to respect, so people know exactly what they're doing exactly what they're doing. Because if if it wasn't sneaky off, it wasn't underhanded. You could be able to say it on open anything Jeff to say, underhanded way are behind or hide stuff. You understand it this as a conflict of interest, you know, saying and aqua remember even going to time. So you before. And I said, hey, I don't wanna do this because this may seem like that are even when I say when other guy was copying of you, you know, saying I said, Anush other guys copying off you and that's, you know, it's it's a direct conflict of interest in like, I'm very mindful of that because when when you have a conflict of interest like this, adjust to somebody even you wanna to come up, like there's a thousand different ways to come up but saying, fuck your friend or folk somebody who's teaching you, fuck your buddy or fuck your business partner. And I'm going to do it anyway because his laws, my pocket is really not very honorable and is really not. I, it really doesn't hold up. Term though, and anything. I believe this modest as my personal opinion, anything kind of built on dishonor ends up falling apart. Right? And the ladies who left and did their own thing. All the ban has broken up already. Right? And they all reach back out to minutes, hey, can we sit down and we can we talk and say, there's really nothing to talk about because you know you chose. Yeah, but but does it just a lesson like you just can't. You can't steal these, the these truths that are universal to the world or not things that you can Bill. Excuse me, anything substantial right for a period of time without having some sort of kickback are backlash, right? You just can't steal. You can't manipulate. You can't do underhand his shit as a, hey, this is the foundation of our business, our our services our products. Right..
"youngstown" Discussed on Examining Politics
"My master's degree was from Georgetown on that later. Oh, so just don't promotion. How did you? How did you get Stanford graduate by nineteen? I actually did my senior year concurrently at Youngstown state university. So I instead of like doing AP courses, so that helps sort of expedite the process along. They went to a very unique school in in the city of Youngstown growing up that is no longer there called the Kennedy School that was a house across from wick park that it's still it's still there. It looks exactly the same. But when the head mistress died in the eighties, they closed the, they closed the school long in the short of it is, is that you know it was a pretty progressive model where kids sort of went at their own pace and just sort of happened by happenstance. And the good news was that I, you know, was the first girl to develop in my class. So I looked older than I was. Oh, the perils of being talion. Yeah, yeah, exactly. You can follow Capri on Twitter at the honorable see SC. I'm gonna guess those are your initials they are. You know, I did. I, I'm such a reluctant Twitter person. I really didn't want to do it. And when I started doing more media during the two thousand sixteen election, I needed a separate Twitter from my sort of official Senate one which was Senator Capri. So I figured I'm always going to be the honorable that something that I can transition out. So hence the honorable CSC, Capri Silvestri cafaro you are correct. Are my initials. So there you go, sorry for the very long Twitter handle well, it felt so the the name of your website steepest should go and check out. Well, thank you. Some of the stories that capris has written the Washington Examiner for my. Yes, the Washington Examiner. And and you also do you, are you a contributor on FOX or you're on there all the time? I I am on all the time. I am not technically contributor and, and that's perfectly fine with. Me, you know, I, I think you get this lean. I think it's important to talk to the other side just as we were saying about, you know, students being exposed to other points of view. I know that there are a lot of folks in my party as the democrat that are are not interested in having a conversation on Fox News.
"youngstown" Discussed on Lawyer Talk: Off The Record
"I'll bet you if i called my good high school buddy who watch that with me he would remember that too i'll think of his i think it was name oh look it up later maybe anyway we it's a second lawyer we've had on here though that has had a connection between cinema and being a lawyer is on the same way you're referring to yourself and the third per whatever you're the second one i am the on the second lawyer yet i didn't have any movies it said criminal defense i'm here by necessity and lock all right so you saw the movie and you're thinking man that might be my calling and the back of my mind but i didn't know what the hell i want to do when that's twelve thirteen where'd you go to college youngstown state university why state university now youngstown is that trestle yep jim tressel i think we had champion's five championship games i think he went three of them in the nineties were you there when jim tressel was coaching yes part of it yet wow my wife loves him so he was i know how does really happy so he was he loved them up in youngstown if i run for mayor up there i mean it you look his demise there at the end was sort of unfortunate but man just seemed like a top notch guy yep what your graduate high school or graduated eighty nine from high school and i didn't go to college i took some time off went to college in ninety seven and graduated in two thousand so it's kind of a little niece older of a student now here's what we'll get back to you in a second hold on here here's what jeff and i know about bill you can cook with the best of them i mean almost like professional chefs stuff i can cook i can take stuff out of a buy in but he's introduced me to a new world i mean it's it's amazing you bring in these peppers did this all the rage of the courthouse everybody wants are you willing to share the pepper recipe.
"youngstown" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Baseline left youngstown stated balloting ferguson waiting waiting inside through the hands of the intended target but ricochets adoptable hanan he'll swing rightside ferguson his three is good of the game was tied at twenty nine youngstown state has the 10 shots four have been 3s twenty nine twenty nine milwaukee the point lead is gone bell thriving dishing warned newsome going up strongly it in they attacked the pressure and they got point points again thirty one twenty nine milwaukee up by through one twelve left lefty this first half first that saw both offences slow down word semi tipping a seal bacause word news about hey good miss the lead at its pulled down by hartfield who then steps abounds with the panthers havoc has not been any slickers personnel by any means one oon the go and a half on a beer comes in for young zone hey good fits haas bell with one minute to go the have thought you're the top of the key fresh shot clock now what's bell deep on the left twenty other shot clock fifty seconds to play beltre's the quarter elbow jumper on the way honeycomb south beds johnson offense of rebound and its knockdown stripped out by care morris of nuns down the others get a fresh shot clock almost twenty nine to shoot forty four point six to play in the half.
"youngstown" Discussed on WJR-AM News Talk 760
"Out to winston hundred tending all my game michigan state really youngstown say fifty seven forty four on the side of the way put out a great vision there by wins the but yeah that was a pretty shop i'm a play it's you'd think three to youngstown three forty four with thirty two read what he was doing played mitu who is now here are tied him i wan na go for three no three for that matter winston penguins get back quickly sort of break installed am i see really sixteen forty four reto mound what anything in he's got fifteen he's still working out his market he gets a little are now three off of their against that zone defensive night inside past langford yeah i mean hatters now the time our man oh four to go in the game and is michigan state sixty on downs hate as forty four that.