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"burlington international airport" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"On Wd FM and am we. We are continuing to our second hour of the program. This morning and I'm glad to say we have with us. Wilson Ring He is Longtime reporter with the associated. Press based in Montpellier charge of the bureau there these days and he also is a bestselling author at least in Waterbury and His his he has a book out. What about Murphy? The Dog Adventures there of and We're told that it is the hottest selling item this holiday season over at the bridge side. Books Br here in In in Waterbury. And so. That's pretty exciting. GotTa say What what does the refreshing on the title of the book? Wilson Ring Catching Murphy catch simple catching Murphy. And and Wilson Ring was very involved in the efforts to get this way. We're dog back into its proper for life and eventually successful after after what was it more than a year right fifty nine days. But WHO's counting. WHO's counting well ring by the way? Thank you very so much for joining minutes morning. Merry Christmas to you America Christmas to you. Thanks for having me day these this is always fun. Yep and the we're we're we're happy to say that We have Wilson in part because not only is a bestselling at least in Waterbury author But he also The as as I mentioned the chief of the Bureau and the Associated Press in Montpellier in every year this time of year the AP produces a list of the top ten Vermont stories of the year and The It's it's quite a project I used to do it when I worked at the AP and we have to sort of come up with nominations. For what the story's might be Maybe pick twenty or thirty and then and then send them out to our member editors and broadcasters around the state folks who are Who use the service and And then Wade and have them fill out Occasionally you'll get requests where people will say. Hey you forgot. To including Gruden the nomination lists the following thing So you maybe put out another drafter. They've it's quite an involved process with all. I'm saying because they can take a couple of weeks to get all of the ballots drafted up and out to are the member editors and broadcasters and then back and tabulated and In one of the one of the sort of nightmare scenarios that I used to have in those days was it's it's December and you think to yourself okay. I'm coming up with a list of the top ten stories of the year. But what if something really giant why it happens on December twenty third after. We've all got all the ballots back then when we do And so sure enough. I never never really came to pass when I was the years. I was doing it that that happened. That December tend to be fairly quiet news month around Vermont but boy this year is an exception to that rule with two big stories. Is this month. And so we'll talk about trying to weave them into the into the list here and Give them the spots they deserve. And so on. But Wilson Ring as things stood sale at the end of November or. Whenever wasn't he started this project? This year What ended up being the top story on this list? Well I think we should mention that. The the BURLINGTON in police social media imbroglio. I don't know what word you want to use to describe it. That happened completely after the ballots were counted so. I'm sure that that would've been high on the list if we would have got it sooner but how high. I don't know but it is certainly worth mentioning that one left. Everyone's heads scratching everyone's scratching their heads. I think certainly did me. And so that would have been included on the list and without a doubt it would have come in. But who knows where the other one was on the list. The after the seventies story about the problems with the corrections department that was did come out before Ballots went out and that did make the top ten here but I think if I would have come out a little later or the ballots would have gone out a little later it would have been it would have come in higher than than it did because The first story was one thing but then we learned more afterwards so that delayed it a little bit are I think kept it down from what it was is all that being said The top ten story as voted by the members of the Associated Press and this was open to any employee the of any AP member in Vermont. was the arrival of the F. Thirty five's at for the Vermont. Air National Guard at the BURLINGTON International Airport and South Burlington. Obviously this is something that had been discussed for a long time. There's been a lot of opposition a lot of concerns about how noisy the planes are some. I'm felt they would be say they would be unsafe. Because they're new and untested weapons systems And some feared that working the kinks out of the planes. It's over a residential area that has well residential urban area that has greater Burlington could be a problem but the first two arrived in September September since then three more have arrived They are noisy but everyone knew they were going to be noisy are they. noisier than the F. Sixteens. I don't know I've heard them fly over. I couldn't tell the difference But they are there and They will be there with Vermont. National Guard barring who knows what for are probably thirty years anyway which is how long they had the after F. sixteens story number one Okay that and and that's an interesting one because Since their arrival has been there been there really hasn't been a lot more stories about them have there. I'm not not really Now that they're here it's you you've gotta wait and see. We've asked about no as complaints after they return. Turn or they arrived. I should say after fighter jets returned but it was hard to compare apples to apples. You know because they would get noise complaints from the F.. Sixteens the National National Guard would and it was hard to figure out if the if if it was different if they were the same ones or or how they would have compared to each other and they only have a few so far by the time all of them arrived there will be twenty by mid year. Twenty twenty And then they will be flying regularly and then we'll see how they're settled how they settle in it it's it's a happening thing. And I've seen other other stories have have a similar trajectory over the over the years where. There's an awful lot of controversy up to the moment when something happens and then something happens happens and it becomes just sort of part of the fabric and and people go on with their lives and And that's the way things often break but Certainly certainly a lot of heated debate about those planes up to their arrival and maybe It will continue depending on sort of how they how how well they work. And how well How well the fit in with the with the community after all Number two story of the year looks like on the list. Here was the the Catholic Church trying to come up with some sort of a I don't know final reckoning or something On all its problems with sexual abuse of kids and What would happen to hear? That was a very close second in the balloting that one different ballad could have swapped opt out one for the F thirty five's and been the top story but I think we'd been waiting for this people who watch these things the news people and those who are interested for a long time. I mean there have been Abuse allegations surrounding the church for a long time. We know they've settled a lot of lawsuits. They had to sell well. The the diocese had to sell a lot of property to pay some of those settlements And so the diocese I think to its credit set Out to look and to try to produce as comprehensive a report as possible and They found that since So they had. I don't know how many people were involved all did half a dozen anyway They've found since nineteen fifty they found credible and substantiated allegations of sexual abuse of minors honors against forty priests since nineteen fifty all but one of those allegations secured occurred Prior to two thousand and none of the individuals also involved are still in ministry Most of the people are dead. And those who aren't Most of them are quite elderly so And more is going to happen. I mean on this topic. You might recall that. The Attorney General's office launched an investigation of its own after after the Reports came out about abuse at the Saint Joseph's orphanage in Burlington. A couple summers ago so that report that I think was supposed supposed to be focused on the orphanage but when people come forward I'm sure they'll be they'll tell the investigators in that case more than about just things happening at the orphanage yeah number three top story in the year. US Senator Bernie Sanders the Vermont Independent. WHO's making the second run for? The Democratic presidential nomination suffered suffered a heart attack while campaigning in the Vata came back to Vermont for several weeks of recuperation before he returned to the campaign trail and The the heart attack doesn't really seem to have phased them did it. Would we know about this. No it doesn't seem to have faced him. That's Bernie though you know burning. It's Bernie's repressive Russell. I think it's hard to keep him down And I think that was a shock to burning literally and figuratively having a heart attack and his campaign And Berney be came back to Vermont for a few days and Nar couple of weeks actually after the heart attack to recover his And and He's back out on the road and appears to be as a as Bernie as ever back on it is it does not seem to have slowed down. Yeah and Certainly a lot of folks These days The great medical care available in in our country in the world these days People survive heart attacks. It used to be Something that and it still is a is a fatal event for for some folks but many many people Have Heart trouble and then come back from it and And liver another you know for decades more so that's You know I and obviously we all we all love wished the best of health to the Bernie Sanders and and Anybody else similar circumstances You WanNa you WANNA see people recover from something like that and March on so there you go that's But boy it reminds me of the nineteen sixty seven red sox. There was that famous poem. MM-HMM I think Ken Coleman route sided about how they they sounded attack and came battling back and they call them the cardiac kids so If I recall Dave you could recite recite.
"burlington international airport" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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straight years however Chicago's o'hare International Airport was number one for flights counts with nearly nine hundred and four thousand take offs and landings in twenty eighteen you might want to pass on the water or anything using water on your next flight a new study reveals airlines are serving up dirty water which means the water used to make ice coffee and tea could have the E. coli it at spirit in jet blue tied for the worst Alaska Airlines Allegiant air and Hawaiian airlines to the bass the airline water study calls out the EPA for not cracking down of the aircraft drinking water rule that requires airlines to test for bacteria and disinfect water tanks four times a year concern travellers are advised just drink a bottle of water not the coffee or tea on a flight it's a first for the Vermont air guard this week the guard expected to take delivery of its first two F. thirty five fighter aircraft Burlington International Airport in all the received twenty of the planes to replace the F. sixteen fighters appear guard flew for decades some locals suppose the basing of the F. thirty fives in Vermont citing noise and the danger of the new weapons system being based at the from one airport which is located a bit residential and industrial neighborhoods two forty nine on WBZ Massachusetts two major casinos reporting some gambling revenue increases the state's smallest oldest gambling hall saw revenues drop those numbers were released by the state gaming commission it's all on court Boston posting fifty two and a half million dollars in gross gambling revenues in August MGM Springfield about twenty one million played ridge park reported about twelve point one billion in gambling revenues during the same month looking for a job the Amazon may be looking for you what is Amazon career day in six US cities including Boston ABC Jim Ryan says the online retailer holds the higher thirty thousand new workers with today's jobs fair the positions up for grabs are not 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"burlington international airport" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"Nuclear mission for vermont want de vermont guards <hes> f thirty five's <hes> the planes are due to start arriving next month though it seems like it's kinda late to be mixing it up on this stuff. Isn't it yeah i mean i hate to <hes> you know sort of break the folks but i i don't expect that this vote will <hes> prevent the f thirty five's from <hes> showing up in burlington air force. It's an old c._d. Count okay yeah forget. We didn't mean it. I mean you know the they put this to a vote. This is <hes> about a year and a half ago something like that <hes> <hes> and burlington <hes> you know the by a majority vote voted to not have thirty five's coming all <hes> they succeeded in that vote but it didn't <hes> change the air force's mind <hes> and this is an issue that came up in the legislature a few months ago which is whether or not vermont amonte will allow the f thirty five to carry nuclear weapons <hes> and there was this sort of <hes> idea out there that <hes> thirty five's how to nuclear mission and that was shot down by the air force. <hes> you know however there is this sort of idea that in the future that thirty five can be nuclear equipped <hes> and that sort of decision is would be made confidentially and therefore you know just by virtue of having these jets in vermont and in burlington they could become equipped with nuclear weapons without anyone knowing so there's been this movement the last few months to oppose in principle the idea that nuclear weapons would it'd be based in vermont i that happened in the legislature and last night it happened in the burlington city council yeah and and and again you know month at the before the first couple of these planes do arrive in september i i had <hes> we had <hes> colonel <hes> david smith of the vermont air national guard on the wing commander. They're on a on the dave ramsey show just last thursday. I believe it was and he did tell us pretty emphatically that there was no plan to have a nuclear mission for these planes leans in at the burlington international airport at the vermont airbase air guard base there <hes> so we're not any real conscious strong contrary evidence you have. Let's take the man of his word. I would think and say we doubt it doubt it's happening. Let's go to fred newbury. We got a caller <hes> good morning fred in morning. When you look at the f thirty five nuclear weapons <hes> you have to use common sense. Why would the government allow a single single pilot fly all the way across the atlantic ocean with a nuclear weapon on a plane. That's going to have to be refueled at least three times. It doesn't make any logical sense and he probably only can carry one..
"burlington international airport" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Six nine everybody talking about Jeffrey obscene build the Blasi calling of scenes death way to convenience yeah now what's interesting is that these people who are who are upset Jeffrey I've seen of course the child sex trafficker they want the political fallout and they only wanted their way this is where he beat me real ugly is coming out you know it's too this was this was from the dirt on somebody want to come out and then other people a guy at the dirt on Clinton they want to come out he was trafficking children for sex to really care what party I still can't get over the people think that we should be caring what party it's pretty shocking story the shocking is in Vermont there was a report that US the city council in Burlington has voted to oppose basing F. thirty five strike fighters the Burlington International Airport right now the National Guard flies there and the they have sixteens because I know the story they have F. sixteens they're being replaced by the F. thirty five to strike fighter the F. thirty five strike fighter has the ability to have a nuclear capability nuclear payload if you will well the city council according to local reports they don't want to they are are we are working hard to prevent these planes from coming to the airport I spoke about this my morning show immediately immediately got people emailing and and and tweeting you know the F. sixteen can carry a nuclear missiles well Kerry is so there was a nuclear capability as well so what's the issue and now I'm at a loss some trying to figure out why if if the people of Burlington we're okay with the F. sixteen what is it they actually oppose about the F. thirty five because the National Guard is why the F. sixteen do you think they can actually tell the difference engine two planes ones bigger ones not as big like that's as far as they're gonna go so what what is it that they're really opposed to both have the capacity for some level of of nuclear well then what is what is the issue what is it that they're actually voting against one woman speaking from the council crying I come to you with the hope that you will continue to choose peace over war and why it's guys instead of a deafening roar of nuclear capable F. thirty five so this is not about the nuclear capability but rather that they want peace and quiet and if I decide Hey you to bring them to my city is there some kind of a benefit to that I assume they were in Vermont because there are some tactical advantage to that I assume the military knows where they want plans for specific purposes maybe that's been something they've discussed before one of their meetings so maybe it is maybe Vermont is the place but I'm not a one why am I opposed to this is a bring opportunity this bring other things.
"burlington international airport" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"It's the day graham show w._d. F._m. and a._m. We are back for the second hour program on this august the eighth two thousand nineteen thursday morning and wanna take another minute here with colonel david smith vermont air national guard because we got a question from hills in duxbury right at the top of the hour there and we had to the go-to news and it didn't really have a chance for the colonel to to address the concerns voiced by the caller and colonel glad you stay with us another another minute or two and and just <hes> he was he seemed to be concerned that their that because of changes in instrumentation at the airport there is a flight path that goes right over his house in duxbury and he's not much what's going on here yeah and i think there's a little cutout just with the that transition there but i think i got the gist of the question you know i flew the f sixteen for twenty five years in in burlington and sola instrument approach changes and i think <hes> what nails is if i got the pronunciation right is hearing is <hes> you know in inclement lament weather <hes> and at night if the active runway is landing to the north runway three three the instrument approach procedure and it's it's published. It's not by our choice. It's what the procedure is. Brings us almost right over camel's hump when you're on the approach of it's good weather. You look off your right. Weighing in camel. Trump is right there so you're twenty he twenty five miles almost thirty miles south coming in on a really long straight in approach. I'm assuming that the caller is home is probably on that approach and that's also approach that civilian airplanes fly as well so i'm a i'm pretty sure that's what he's hearing and that's really driven by you know are using new approaches driven by weather and darkness. Frankly <hes> for safety think. Mills may be back with us <hes>. Are you else thank you. I wanted to clarify what i was trying to say. <hes> th that description is completely -pletely accurate commercial as well as private in military stuff <hes> flies up right up above point i was trying to make is <hes> when i got in touch with the light kernels at the at the garden and talk to them. They would say well two things they would say. We fly is quietly as we can and the f._a._a. Tells us what to do the guys in the tower b._t._v. or giving us our approach back and that's what we follow <hes> when and i got in touch with the f._a._a. They said oh no guard tells us what they wanna do and we we produce <hes> <hes> the the paperwork and what have you <hes> <hes> to to let them come and go as they say so my my take from that is i wasn't getting a straight answer from the garden. I wasn't getting a straight answer from the f._a._a. And that's why i come up with the term sandbagging there's probably less polite terms for it but at that moment and this goes back sixteen or seventeen years. I've got in touch with our congressional delegation. They were completely absolutely no help at all <hes> and despite the fact that i probably voted for them all uh-huh and i realized that even top management at g. tang wasn't being honest <hes> their claim that they're claiming last just last sentence promise their claim that they attempt to be good neighbours in my view is is <hes> not backed up by their activity and and the way they carry on that's all i have to say thanks for okay. Thank you go well as colonel yeah. No we are actually being honest and what i would say to your to your question. I think think there was one in there. Was it really depends so sometimes we ask the air traffic control specifically how we wanna fly into the airport but in your situation if inclement weather or night radar vector two very specific points on that instrument approach procedure for safety that <hes> were vectored onto in the air traffic control control does it so it's really a combination we do fly the airplane as quietly and to mitigate our impact as best we can <hes> to the community and then <hes> and we fly sometimes we were able to ask for specific procedures sometimes air traffic control dictates so it's a combination but there's dishonesty in responses or on on that i'm going to have to change our <hes> our topic here. We've got <hes> bob ney from talk media news on the line. I do wanna get the bob. Thank you very much for coming in. I really appreciate it colonel. David smith of the <hes> vermont air national guard and he has been our guest for the last half hour so the dave ramsey show. Let's change over now to our good friend above me from as emission from me news good morning bob good morning how are you. I'm doing pretty well over <hes> we've been having a little conversation about <hes> both military and civilian air traffic traffic into our <hes> burlington international airport up here in vermont so if you were really curious what you're talking about. That's that's what's that's the subject anyway. I wanted to change over here ear to your presentation. Which in you all as i mentioned you send me very kindly sent me. An email shows up early in the morning. Tell me a little bit about what we're talking about. It looks like a couple of the democratic candidates candidates. Are maybe raising us. <hes> started out with the white nationalist to now. We're going straight to the white supremacist from this is <hes> charges against president trump for beta o'rourke end is senator elizabeth warren <hes> and anybody else piling on by now well. No i mean joe. Biden has sent some things about the you know. President is stirring things up and about raising things but the two hardest hitting <hes> from what i've seen so far of the twenty is definitely those worn born and beta award and of course beethoven orca to some percent elizabeth warren so you know higher in the polling i only mention that because sometimes when the one percent or two percent as we're calling them people say something <hes> that that's sort of like okay they're saying something just to get up there but but <hes> elizabeth warren obviously has a lot of <hes> of of points and stature within the democratic constituency so yeah they come out pretty hard hitting of course the president you know being the president will punch back. I haven't seen that much back at elizabeth warren warm but i did with beta prime make fun of his name. The nickname dato which is a a you know a spanish. I think latino <hes> name for short for roberto as i am it's actually robert and they're all any and and i think he <hes> he gets a little bit of credit that goes beyond the one or two percent and wherever he's at the polls <hes> because he is actually from el paso so this is we're talking from yeah so and and then you tell us why it matters several twenty twenty candidates have denounced trump for racism but the communists warned iraq mark the strongest condemnation yet of trump job in his divisive rhetoric and anti immigration policies <hes>. I guess they're sort of the leading edge of this thing right now. Then is is that right or they are of this course by like set binding <hes> you know his office has some things and and every democratic candidate is going to be naturally ask the president is he leaves. Nothing unanswered. He didn't go back at every single thing even when some times he should let things go you know he he won't now on these. He's what i believe. I don't think he's obviously going to let things go or would you know with with what they're saying so he's gonna hit back out notice time when all the dust settles on this though the issues out there a gun legislation what happened with it yeah and that is that is sort of the other aspect of this thing is what will change if anything on the ground i mean you know you can argue all day about the degree to which the president is the race a racist or white supremacist or whatever his defenders as we'll say neither is true i think if you look at the record of <hes> you know his activities and statements going back to the nineteen seventies when he was sue his landlord in new york for refusing to rent the people of color in central park jogger case and all all these different utterances as president <hes> equating counter protesters stories with the white the white <hes> the neo nazis who marched on charlottesville just a couple of a couple of years ago <hes> on and on i mean it seems like there's an awfully offi long record there for someone who wants to claim not to be a white supremacist or a racist but anyway <hes> your your take on this right now. Is that <hes> woman. What is likely is anything like that happen on on for instance gun control legislation well. Here's what's gonna make fascinating <hes>. If you look at <hes> ah you know. I don't claim to have known <hes> trump because i don't <hes> but i do know people that have worked. You know obviously for <hes> president trump and you try got it. Learn a little bit about the psyche of the person. I think we all know his psyche now how he kind of operate but if you look at history look he was not the republican choice if you say conservatives and republicans say ted cruz or lindsey graham. You don't say you know you really don't even say jeb bush but you don't take donald donald trump for sure and trump's had a history of certain things at the convention he came out for l._b._j. Writes <hes> right at the podium. I was aired intervention hurting and and then the gun the gun lobby and <hes> also people you know who supports second amendment and against gun control. Do you ever way you wanna frame it. They've all all be really suspicious trump because he's a new yorker you know i heard that he was criticized today by some within the because assis- coming out and talking about background checks and things so my bottom line to that is i think he is pliable on certain things i think he is and i think if congress this acts that they may get re receptivity to this issue because again he's not a forever died in the the wall. You know second amendment guy now. If you wanna comparing this what the right we'll tell you if you want to compare numbers with war you know well. I can't say bernie sanders. He's had a different ever record but elizabeth warren or something on the issue then yeah then trump's going to be a big second amendment person but in all reality he may signed some things yeah that's interesting something would have to come up onto the congress meaning getting so getting absolutely yeah yes and and and that may be where the we're the roadblock would be on this kind of stuff right. I think so and but then again they have twenty two seats open the senator rob portman of ohio. This has happened in his assam state dayton ohio. This puts a lot of pressure on people to do something. Yeah now trump's going after the mayor of dayton. I guess now is that right. Yeah this this one i didn't i really didn't well. There's a couple of things i didn't get first of all senator sherrod brown. I have known for forty years. I served with even three different capacities. I've known her forever <hes> and so shared said.
"burlington international airport" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"From radio vermont it's the dave graham show on w._d. It's your show about the people places and the issues that matter the most to you now. Here's your host dave graham good morning. Vermont did is thursday august eighth. Two thousand nineteen and we are so glad to have you listening listening to our program this morning. We're gonna have an interesting show. I think i'm going to hand it off to a guest host <hes> the first half hour of the program this morning our our good friend. Jack lyons the summer internet w._d. E._v. He's been doing a really excellent job here and we decided just to hand him the controls for the next half hour or so he's going to be <hes>. I'll i'll let him introduces guest and <hes> we'll have a good conversation. <hes> there and then later on i'll be coming back in taking over the mike in and i'll be interviewing colonel david smith of the vermont national guard <hes> he's going to be i think talking with us to try to allay some of the concerns we heard about last week <hes> interview you about the f thirty five coming to the vermont national guard base at the burlington international airport and <hes> he <hes> the guard it has wanted a chance to reply some of the criticisms raised about noise about <hes> the possibility that some of these planes may be <hes> armed with nuclear weapons et cetera and <hes> so we'll be hearing from colonel smith in part of this hour <hes> later on believe. We're going to be opening the phones and letting some listeners weigh in on whatever topics are on your mind out there folks course. You're always welcome to call the program. <hes> so nice is easier to take the calls and others because we just have an open phone line etcetera two four four one seven seven seven is the local number here in waterbury one eight seven seven to nine one eight a two five five and with that. I'm gonna hand it off to my good friend. Jack lyons a student at notre dame university. He's from south burlington and he is doing an excellent the job force here as a summer intern w._d. Take it away jack. Well thanks dave our first guest. Today is jeff tieman. He's the president and ceo of the vermont association of hospitals and health systems there in advocacy advocacy group dedicated to representing the state's nonprofit hospitals and we're going to talk to him today about the future of rural hospitals in vermont jeff are you there. I am all right good morning. Good morning. Thanks for having me on so i guess no problem so i i guess our first question would be <hes> can rural hospitals in vermont survive over the for over the coming decades and what some of the changes that take place be to enable able that so i think i it's a great question and it really important one for our state and important jack. I think to acknowledge right off the top. That vermont is really entirely rural. <hes> we think of rural areas and less rural areas or urban areas like burlington but it's really hard in a small state like ours to even separate that out even the teaching hospital in burlington serves rural populations and is actively involved in coordinating care for people in rural areas throughout the state so and all or other hospitals are doing that as well so i think it's important to understand that that we really are <hes> a rural state and <hes> that rural hospitals and all of dr hospitals across the state are vital in their communities <hes> not just as caregivers but also as a big employers often the largest employer in community and as community builders in the work. They're doing <hes> in what we call community benefit and health reform to try to reduce the cost of care and make it better for the patient all of that said real hospitals face big challenges as you probably know <hes> not just here in vermont but across the country we've seen rural royal hospital closures <hes> throughout the country in the past several years <hes> and there's a lot of reasons that happens but certainly cause for concern and the reason reason that we have our our i carefully on this. You know there's even a a task force that was created by the legislature to look into the future of real healthcare in vermont where represented on that task force as are all of the other major stakeholders in our state so this is a conversation that's well underway sure and you mentioned that all hospitals in vermont are auroral hospitals just because our state is in very populated but <hes> what is what is the difference in the challenges that are seen at a small hospital like copley hospital in mooresville bill and the challenges that are seen at medical center in burlington yeah so another good question and when we looked into when we did some research into what can can happen with small rural hospitals understand <hes> particularly in other parts of the country 'cause we haven't had as many closures here in vermont or new england thankfully but in trying to understand dan what can what can precipitate financial problems or or even something as severe as closure. There's a lot of factors that are unique to two smaller. Rural hospitals goes up rating in smaller communities for example <hes> they tend to have <hes> a lot more people on medicare and medicaid and we know that those public payers there's <hes> for hospitals just do not reimbursed at the same level and so hospitals literally receive less income to take care of those patients and that becomes a part of the financial mantra problem. These hospitals are often <hes> typically operating on razor thin margins. That's certainly true here in vermont either either razor thin margins or or as we have right now many with negative margins they face declining volume as population shifts to the city and and in vermont. We have <hes> <hes> an aging population. I think we're second or third in the nation <hes> as far as <hes> the the age of our population <hes> and then i think we're all hospitals are also managing aging the challenges <hes> that are not necessarily unique to rural areas but but can be even more difficult to manage in those places like opioid addiction and and reaching reaching out beyond the hospital walls to to make sure people are healthy. You spoke about razor thin margins at hospitals and i think that <hes> segues well into the conversation about rate rate hikes. <hes> a lot of the hospitals are feeling some pressure from the green mountain care board not to increase their rates a lot but at the same time they're dealing with those razor thin margins you just talk about <hes> how that how that <hes> bargaining works between the green mountain care board in hospitals sure i think i i would point out as you as you did at the top of the show so that we are a nonprofit system so i think we just need to always remember that when we talk about margins those are not profit margins but those are the margins funds that enabled the hospital to do things like reinvest facilities and equipment make sure they're always providing the most modern cutting edge care <hes> and that and that they are also also as i said <hes> available to the community that said i think i think jack that are hospitals are proposing budgets to the green mountain care board for twenty twenty the they are proposing the budgets they need to continue meeting patient need and and to continue serving their communities in an effective way while also making sure they are financially healthy and sustainable for the long term so that they can always be there for those communities so the the process with the green mountain care board is for those hospitals for all of our hospitals to to present their proposed budget for next year and to have a dialogue with green mountain care board about why the rates they've asked ask for are necessary to do what i just said to make sure they continue to serve patients effectively be there for their communities and know that there's a sustainable plan for the future sure so. I think you're going to hear that dialogue. Take place with the green mountain care board and and hopefully our hospitals will be able to convey kind of the full set of of challenges changes that they face <hes> from the reimbursement issues. I mentioned with medicare and medicaid <hes> to significant workforce challenges across our state <hes> that make <hes> healthcare both a little more expensive and and challenging to deliver because we don't always have the right people in the right places and can't fill so many open in slots <hes> and also at the same time well hospitals are managing those challenges. They're trying very hard to to stay focused on health reform here you're in vermont which is really to make healthcare better for the patient by focusing on wellness instead of illness and trying to move from a system that now pays for the number of procedures and office visits and and and all of that to assist him that really pays for quality outcomes and and wellness and so i think in trying to do all of those things at once <hes> and keep rates low is is the constant challenge and i think our hospitals have struck the best possible balance they can and you'll not that play out during the budget hearing later this month how much as we're looking forward to these these budget hearings. How much of a dialogue is that. I mean is is there a certain number that <hes> you know the green mountain care board is is not going to allow or is there a certain number that the hospital's not going to go the low. You know what how does that dialogue walk work well. The the agreement and care boy does set in their what they call budget guidance <hes> set a rate for the growth of net patient revenue <hes> and and the hospitals then propose what they think they need for their for their coming budget and those differences or if there is a difference between what the green mountain care board expect and and what <hes> what the hospital <hes> is proposing than than that does become a discussion as part of the hearing so that the hospital hospital has an opportunity to explain the factors that are involved <hes> and to try to persuade the green mountain care boy that the budget they're proposing the one that's really needed <hes> <hes> to to ensure the future of their organization and <hes> and and be able to serve patients the way they want to and what is when we're talking about rate increases. What is a significant rate increase well. I think you know i would probably rather than try to get into numbers. I think we should all acknowledge. That healthcare is expensive. <hes> there's there's no two ways about that and whether we're talking about insurance premiums or <hes> <hes> rate increases that that hospitals <hes> are looking at or we're talking about the cost of pharmaceuticals and supplies all of the stakeholders in our system have a role to play <hes> in in trying to make the system or affordable and i think vermont <hes> yes we are encountering rate increases. <hes> <hes> that you know premiums are expensive for people and that is a challenge. We're all trying to manage together. I think in vermont we're doing that in a way that's <hes> <hes> incredibly compelling and may not produce all the results we want tomorrow but is definitely the direction that the country <hes> that both parties believe we need to move in to to really again focus on keeping people well <hes> addressing the social determinants of health like housing and food security and other things that keep people healthy in the first place and then doing a better job jack on also managing chronic conditions once people are sick. There's a lot of technology and <hes> new patient physician outreach. That's made possible by the work. We're doing here. <hes> to keep people healthier theory prevent emergency room visits all of those things eventually reduced costs while also just making life better for the patients we serve so <hes> you spoken about a wellness as opposed to treating wellness as opposed to illness and more sustainable long-term care provided by hospitals. I <hes> <hes> spoke yesterday with senator richard westman <hes> we try to get him off of the segment. Unfortunately he had a prior commitment but i got some good background information from him. He's a message board member at copley hospital and mooresville and he's also <hes> as a senator on the health and welfare committee and <hes> he spoke about some the things copley hospital has done recently to <hes> to to promote what you're saying that uh a stable long-term wellness care <hes> he talked about community health initiatives serves and also they've <hes> they've now started doing orthopedic surgery. They invested you know in the short term some money on on getting the infrastructure to do orthopedic surgery and they're hoping that by by offering that they can they can <hes> you know bring more patients in the door and help them do that and and stay open. What other initiatives have you seen throughout the state <hes> like that that are focusing on sustainable long term care and how essential are these two to keeping serving rural hospitals open so i think you're seeing a lot of initiatives from one like the one like those you just described to <hes> across our are hospitals. You're seeing a huge focus on expense management and always doing everything possible to to minimize expenses to join purchasing coalitions nations that can bring down the cost of supplies equipment..
"burlington international airport" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"We're asking six thousand residents of winter skin south Burlington feeling Williston live in his own considered onto the defenders of the project talk about the economic impact of the positive economic impact in the Burlington area of the Vermont National Guard the Air National Guard and they talk a lot about the <hes> the idea that and if these new weapons systems as they come out are are not allowed somehow to to come and use the airport in Burlington that eventually the maybe maybe not maybe strike eventually fairly soon the Air National Guard in the National Guard by extension would sort of start to wither away the and become much less of a player in the county in Vermont Economies <hes>. What do you say that well not a single authority has said that anything will happen to the Air National Guard anytime soon so we're talking about eleven hundred jobs only four hundred which are full time and the most of the seven hundred jobs? Hey I believe less than five thousand dollars. There's year so it's not a huge boost to economy. You could say that Oh they pay two million dollars. A year toward fire prevention costs but if you look at the fire prevention is doing when they practiced flames those planes when they crash they use this these P._f.. A._S. substances insist that are polluting all the water for farms right around the airport testing positive for the clean up for all that will far exceed whatever theoretical benefit of firefighting fighting the guard is doing now. The guard is not going to go away. We're simply asking for another mission. That's more humane that doesn't actually harm the very people old guard is supposed to protect we want them to remain true to mission which is protect our monitor's but not only not protecting our monitor's but they're actually harming thermometers. That doesn't make sense. There's too many human needs where they bow fighter plane which is a twentieth century concept anyway or fighter bomber. <hes> can't do anything to protect the <unk> actual threats that we have which in the twenty first century are nuclear weapons incoming missiles terrorism and cyber attacks. I mean there might the great plain if we're defending ourselves Pearl Harbor from the Japanese fireplace but no Chinese Russian slater planes are going to come here and it's GonNa be missiles and terrorists and cyber br attacks none of which yes thirty five defend us against and which sucks so much money out of our defense that we can't do properly defend ourselves awesome those real threats so I the only reason for this thing or is it really sad. He's sexy looking airplane. I had my room full of fighter fighter plane models. When I was a kid I loved him sexy as all get out? This is a beautiful looking playing but at a trillion and a half dollars when he can't actually address twenty-first-century essentially stress unbelievable anybody would want to hear the one thing you do hear from the defenders of this project bring these fighter jets to <hes> the Burlington International Airport and the Vermont National Guard base that I mean the thought goes basically like this this and by the way I should say listeners. If you want to help me out here in defending this project <hes> <hes> I'm not an expert by any any means <hes> but I'm sure there are some listeners out there who know a lot more about this than I do two four four hundred two four four one seven seven seven is the local number here in our waterbury very studio. The toll free number is one eight seven seven.
"burlington international airport" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"It's the Dave Ramsey show w. g. e. and we are back for the final segment of the day Graham show on this Wednesday morning July the thirty first two thousand and nineteen and try to reach out to our next guest year <hes> <hes> Dr John Lewis Royer or ruler. We gotta get a pronunciation from him before we get on the Air I hope <hes> and we're having a little trouble making that connection right now and <hes> so I would say that if anybody with Physicians for social responsibility or the any of the groups Exeter Planning on participating in the in the demonstration of coming on Sunday about the F thirty five <hes> in coming into the BURLINGTON international airport the fighter the jets due to base there just a little over a month starting in September. They're going to bring in the first couple gathering ended be continuing to deploy the planes over the next this year or so has been a lot of discussion around this concerns about noise coming from a louder fighter jet coming in and out of the Vermont National Guard Airbase Ace in the Burlington International Airport recently there been some concerns voiced by critics of this idea <hes> because there's fears that these the planes may be armed with <hes> nuclear warheads and that the that that shouldn't be doing that in a heavily populated area like Jitney County <hes> we also reached out to the Vermont Air National Guard our National Guard spokesperson haven't unheard back <hes> one of the Miro Weinberger the Mira Burlington <hes> to talk to us on the air. He's a supporter of bringing the F thirty five fighter jets. It's to the airport and we're told that the mayor's away this week so we're sort of striking out on getting defenders on I was thinking about what we might do is have these critics on right now and then and then <hes> we are <hes> I I believe we may actually have the the good doctor on the air and <hes> wanted to find out <hes> first off the do I haven't read as a doctor John Ritter John Hi how you doing good I appreciate it. I'm glad we were able to make the connection you are. I I was just saying I wanNA finish this one thought with our share with our listeners that you are I gather a critic of the idea of bringing his thirty five fighter jets to the BURLINGTON Arlington International Airport <hes> there are many critics out there but they're also defenders of this plan and and <hes> we reached out to a couple of folks over the last couple of days to see see if they could join us striking out so far and getting getting supporters to join us for this next segment of the program but <hes> <hes> we're not going to give up. We're we're GONNA maybe perhaps in the early next week after your demonstration that you're gonNa tell us about <hes> see we can get some reaction from from folks who are in favor of this idea of bringing these fighter jets to the to the Vermont Air National Guard base. I should explain that we try to and I've done this many times. I was on the program before we do try to respect a full range of points of view here on the day grab show on W._d.. F._M. and A._M.. And and <hes> <hes> Dr Ruhr are you are a critic. Tell us your your plan for Sunday and why you're exercised enough about this to participate in this demonstration demonstration well. I'm a retired emergency physician and that she's finished my career join occupational medicine protecting people from environmental at work hazards and and whe- when I see this playing here it's just so wrong for this place at so many levels that it's hard to hard to comprehend we much longer show just to go over overall the facts and details about why things and come so it's pretty hard to to defend but what I wanted to talk about today was an opportunity Sunday for people to let their voices be heard because when it comes down to for me now is this is a matter of democracy <hes> been working on this issue for a long time and and people have spoken local councils of towns that mostly affected by this plane of the people themselves and <hes> referendum referendum and Burlington. They've all said that they either don't want this plane here. They weren't delayed until we know more about it. Safety record and the politicians have simply refuse to listen so our events Sunday is a fun rally basically to say that the people themselves have to defend their space <hes> the the name of noticed people for Peace and security and Guardians of the planet and the environment here. The politicians are too beholden to moneyed interests <music>. This is a money maker for a lot of people suffer. E Five is the most expensive weapons systems in history so there's so much money at so many levels it's very hard for people who are behold the money interest to speak against it whereas the people that are actually affected by coming here that are in danger of it who will be harmed by it are are very much against it. We're not being heard so this is a rally invite everyone to come out to this event this Sunday between four and six. Here's some great music just to be with one another to let our voices be heard that the powers that be in where's it happening. It's happening at a field or open space across awesome. The airport where South Burlington used to have affordable housing the F._A.. Determined that with the F. Sixteens here it was too noisy is considered a fifth for residential use. People shouldn't live in such space so the F._A._A.. Paid people <hes> to eliminate two hundred it houses in the area around the airport so we face that people used to live that won't and it's important to note that with yes thirty five coming which.
"burlington international airport" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Analysts Ted Rosman says a closer look at the numbers dispels, the notion that they're all spending irresponsibly thirty-five percent of people with credit card debt said it's because of an emergency expense like a car repair home repair or medical Bill and twenty eight percent said it was day to day costs like groceries childcare and utility millennials are the most concerned about their credit card data, according to this report sixty three percent of them say they are stressing over it. No one ever said making the pieces fit on a seventy billion dollar merger was going to be easy. Apparently it is not for. CBS health investors, watching shares of the company very closely after a mass exodus on the stock value yesterday taking a seven billion dollar hit market value. CVS tells Wall Street things are to get worse before they get better as it jams its Aetna. Buyout into the fold and continues reimagining the customer experience. Thanks to our proposal for two hundred and fifty eight million dollars in incentives. The democratic governor of Maine Janet Mills announced today, she's giving her support to one hundred and forty five million dollar transmission line that would supply hydropower from Canada to electricity customers in Massachusetts. The billion dollar New England clean energy. Connect will reduce the region's reliance on fossil fuels and reduce electricity costs in the region. At no cost to those in Maine. According to the governor the central main power project would provide a conduit for hydropower from Canada to reach Massachusetts to beat its green energy goals at Burlington, Vermont is going head to head with Rochester, New York. They're competing for direct flights. The Boston reports are it's been fifteen years since Burlington international airport offered direct flights here com. Twenty with the Champlain regional chamber of commerce says many local businesses there have connections to Boston and the driving back and forth is not ideal. But flying is a much better way to go Wall Street numbers Dow down one hundred and forty seven points right now that's more than half a percent. Nasdaq losing forty points. The s&p five hundred is down thirteen that's New England business. I'm Ben Parker. WBZ Boston's newsreel. This is Dan Rae elderlaw journey Phil Emery from the Commonwealth advisory group was on nightside to talk about a very important issue. Protecting your home from being taken by a nursing home. Phil how about a quick summary of how you can help people, Dan. The law tells us you can do a trust to protect your house. There are two contingencies. It has to be done. Right..
"burlington international airport" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
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"burlington international airport" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
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"burlington international airport" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Scott, Carr Vermont. Burlington international airport now displays seven foot tall maple syrup jugs, free press reports the airport wants to remind travellers they can. By the state. Staple online instead of losing get security when liquids get confiscated I'm Barbara Kusak And I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters how much of their personal struggles should. CEO's share with their companies and stockholders the sudden, death last week of theod Chrysler's founding CEO Sergio. Marchionni brings? That question? To the forefront as he kept a secret even from his board he'd been seriously ill from more than a, year. It's sparking a debate about how CEOs should balance the right to privacy with corporate responsibility, Kevin, Hassett chairman of. The White House council of economic advisers says the US? Is making quote, amazing progress in negotiations for the North American Free trade agreement has it, who's, not a negotiator in the talks said. In an interview that aired on Fox News a deal. Renegotiating NAFTA could come as early as. This, fall Wall Street is gearing up for next, week's double, feature. The, Fed's policy. Meeting and July's employment report we hear more from Bloomberg's Vinny, Del Jude is the fed has been tightening a quarter point. At a time But trading suggest central bankers will stand Pat at their upcoming meeting the fed strategy gradual rate hikes to. Keep inflation and check the labor market meantime. Is point economists are forecasting July payroll of roughly one hundred ninety thousand two hundred thousand jobs advice Bloomberg radio The, conservative political network led by billionaire Charles, coke opened a conference in Colorado with sharp criticism of president Donald. Trump's trade policies and leadership style it wants to, see more bipartisan solutions Brian hooks president of the Charles coke, foundation and Charles coke institute told reporters yesterday the policies right now are hurting people but there are also doing very long term damage to the country the network like. Many traditional Republican, groups has long opposed protectionism and promoted the benefits of free trade global news twenty, four hours a, day on air and it ticked up on Twitter powered by. More than twenty. Seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer. This. Is Bloomberg This is Bloomberg, BusinessWeek from Bloomberg radio Hello I'm Carol Massar Jason Kelly Carol it's the space issue of Bloomberg BusinessWeek looking at the new space. Age and the. New space race It's a great summer read and this, hour. We're going to hear about big pharma..
"burlington international airport" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"With. Sean Hannity says his policies are encouraging strong economy which will help the US reduce the deficit. Giant maple syrup jugs are being used to. Remind travelers that have about airport not, to bring the state staple through security it'll just get taken away but. The seven foot, display, at, Burlington international, airport. Is also a way for the state to pitch a food website. Were maple syrup can be purchased blocks of, giant cheddar cheese, also, part of the display Dakin farms and Cabot creamery the sponsors but don't try to get syrup out. Of the juggler take a bite of the cheese neither, are edible if the jugs. Are filled, with maple syrup it'd be worth more than ten thousand dollars. In Colorado a man facing charges for hitting a buddies officer with his car after getting a ticket for leaving two dogs in a hot vehicle police say Clint Martinez was taken into custody for assaulting and officer. And Resisting arrest. Police responded to a report on July twenty first and found, the dogs inside the car, was no water. Initially they gave Martinez warning. He was ticketed after we went into a restaurant and didn't come out for more than a half an hour after he was given the ticketing spit on an officer body camera. Video, appears to show the officer open the car door to pull, Martinez out but by Titas then put the car in reverse striking the officer as he. Sped off have, a critical weather alert to report dorms caused, damage across the region thousands left without power if you..
"burlington international airport" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In italy preliminary election results show the country facing political gridlock after voters delivered a hung parliament a yesterday's election none of italy's three main parties won enough votes to rule outright italy will now have to form a coalition government farright french politician marine le pen expressed excitement over italy's strong showing of support for anti immigrant parties tweeting the results show a new stage in the awakening of the people in vermont ben cohen from ben and jerry's was one of three activists arrested for disorderly conduct after blasting jet noise from a mobile public address system in burlington cohen says the goal was to stem assimulate what it would sound like for residents living under the flight path of vermont national guard f thirty five fighters he tweeted that if he violated the city noise ordinance then the fighter jets well to voters will weigh in tomorrow on whether city officials should allow f thirty five at the burlington international airport we can confirm a sighting of dogs running in alaska the annual i did a rod sled dog race is underway mosher cody strafe a fairbanks and his sixteen ugh team were the first to take off sixty seven teams will make the long distance track over mountain ranges frozen rivers and other dangerous terrain they are expected in gnome in about nine day ruth due to control still within would station in dilatot this the cables they deserve is becoming fico of the city named after boston civil rights leader it's ten leaves be could actually board of the widest breaches of the world but during rushhour there's still aren't enough lanes.
Roger Bannister, first runner to break 4-minute mile, dies at 88
"F thirty five fighter jets at burlington international airport and police lieutenant matthew sullivan said simon wasn't the only one charged with disorderly conduct three protesters were arrested among other things the protesters were cited for using loudspeakers to simulate the noise made by f thirty five fighter jet the city is just admitted that it's illegal and that is harmful and dangerous by making these arrests burlington voters go to the polls tuesday for a ballot on the f thirty five issue mona rivera abc news more on the academy awards still going on in hollywood there's no golden globes style fashion protest by organizers of times up you initiative to combat sexual harassment host jimmy kimmel dove right into last year's debacle the infamous best picture mistakes said kimmel whose year when you hear your name amc called don't get up right away give us a minute roger bannister is dead as a student at oxford a 1954 bannister became the first athlete to run a mile in less than four minutes former world champion runner steve cram talks about banisters legacy his achievement in in 960 full you'll live with him his whole life in it but it in spite so many people an and also i think inspired a resurgence in british middledistance running bannister went on to become a world renowned neurologist was eighty eight this is abc news people make.
"burlington international airport" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Was arrested in burlington vermont yesterday at a demonstration over whether f thirty five fighter planes should be based in the state police lieutenant matthew sullivan says ben cohen was one of three activists arrested for disorderly conduct because it was the third violation it's disorderly conduct by noise and they were arrested three protesters were arrested cohen and the two others were issued citations to appear in court and then released on tuesday burlington voters face a nonbinding ballot item on whether city officials should oppose basing the planes at burlington international airport in vermont beginning next year the ninetieth academy awards will be held tonight in los angeles it seems hosted jimmy kimmel isn't shying away from last year's envelope be eight envelope gate mishap unlike the way i said it in a recent interview kimmel said i wanted to happen again referring to last year's incident in which warren beatty and faye dunaway announced the wrong film as best picture based on kimmel's oscar program oscar promos it looks like producers are fine with poking fun at last year's gaffe tmz reports that beattie and dunaway will once again present the best picture oscar tonight wbz news time to 26 this programming note tonight at seven sixty minutes goes behind prison bars learn about a german prison which emphasizes rehabilitation rather than punishment is also the story of an armed robber who's now a law professor at georgetown university and a beautiful music created by inmates of a somber prison project tune into sixty minutes right here every sunday night at seven on wbz newsradio 1030 and i heart radio wbz news time.
"burlington international airport" Discussed on WSB-AM
"In vermont then simon was taken into custody during a protest saturday over basing f thirty five fighter jets at burlington international airport and police lieutenant matthew sullivan says simon wasn't the only one charged with disorderly conduct three protesters were arrested among other things the protesters were cited for using loudspeakers to simulate the noise made by f thirty five fighter jet the city is just admitted that it's illegal and that its harmful and dangerous by making these arrests burlington voters go to the polls tuesday for a ballot on the f thirty five issue mona rivera abc news at a camp police are investigating a deadly accident had happened on i 85 south near pleasant out early this morning channel two action news tisha fernandez reports from the scene we now know that this all started because a car was at a complete stop in the hov lane gene in a jeep crashed into it and motorists who were looking at that accident caused a second crash the name of the victim has not yet been released breaking news first first this is wsb 24hour continuing news the oscars will be handed out tonight and there may be more about politics than acting and directing the mi2 movement took center stage at the golden globes this year so will we see that at the oscars warner law flynn is a hollywood acting coaches worked with amy adams and ryan reynolds her book is a warner laughlin technique and she says the oscars has been a platform for politics before in 2015 patricia arquette she call for gender equality and pay equity in soon after california introduce legislation so i think it can have an impact host jimmy kimmel says he won't shy away from political jokes but isn't looking to make the evening all about the mi2 movement mark remillard abc news and you can watch the oscars.
"burlington international airport" Discussed on News/Talk 620 WVMT
"About releasing their names because of the nature of the incident burning them city comes all the way they will hear presentation from a burlington international airport tonight baby asian director jean richards we'll discuss issues about the noise mitigation program at the airport fox forty four reports in a letter to solve burlington city manager kevin door in a memorable lindberg misses he wants to turn the attention on how to best utilize the land an opportunities that exist around the airport right now the airport is set finishing home biologist and is set to implement a program to insulate other holmes from noise the airport says these programs are all voluntary meetings about sound but again show started last september they bring minister bello abuse are also invited to attend w the empty mirrors time is seven oh six and thirty six to green is i'm burlington whether coming out of first on sports indiana oh oh it was the ducks over the rangers six to three in the nba celtics to be they he one twelve to want to wait the nets handle the hawks one of seven a ninety drew and spring baseball's on the red sox good by the twins seven to two in the yankees over the rays seven to four while the mets handled the braves in good shape eight to true that's kirk up racing in california yesterday kyle are some the winner bryant has allows que second and followed by clint mourier w me empty accu weather meteorologist had their share says well today and this evening periods of rain drizzling high of forty four and for overnight gonna be clowney going to have some fog forming with a lower thirty eight now tomorrow areas of morning five cloudy not as cool with a bit of rain a high fifty one and then wednesday's going to caller with times in clouds in son and i of forty two currently and burlington thirty six degree seven oh seven i'm ernie farrar w pm teemu stock me sean unable.