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Fresh update on "california" discussed on Snap Judgment

Snap Judgment

00:42 min | 2 min ago

Fresh update on "california" discussed on Snap Judgment

"That move out. You know the Osama Cisco? You know, when all the natives got to relocate, it was called the Relocation Act, The Indian Relocation Act. Which encourage native people to leave their reservation for urban areas as part of the nation's Indian termination policy goal is to assimilate native people in metropolitan areas and a lot of ways it worked. Remember Mom saying they change their names because their last things will speaks walking. And then yellow eyes. She changed her last name, too, are now my great grand parents settled in California with their kids, including my grandmother. She struggled with discrimination and homesickness. She also felt alone. She was away from her community. By the time my grandmother was 18 she was pregnant with her first kid. My mom was her youngest and at 11 years old. My mom found herself living on the streets. Went in and out of group homes for like, three years. I got part of making all those bad decisions and not having my mom around to tell me. You know you don't have Tonto. Put up with that life was just a myth. Before.

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US West prepares for possible 1st water shortage declaration

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 9 hrs ago

US West prepares for possible 1st water shortage declaration

"Federal officials are projecting historically low water levels in the western U. S. over the coming months the bureau of reclamation's twenty four month outlook forecasts less water will cascade down the Colorado River from the Rocky Mountains and intellect Powell in lake Mead water levels in the two lakes are expected to drop low enough for the agency to declare an official water shortage for the first time threatening the supply of water that feeds cities and farms across the southwest seven states rely on Colorado River water Arizona California Colorado Nevada New Mexico Utah and Wyoming by November of next year twenty twenty two the agency projects lake Mead could drop to levels that would threaten Hoover dam stability to generate electricity I'm Ben Thomas

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Fresh update on "california" discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:53 min | 33 min ago

Fresh update on "california" discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

"Edinburgh. People across bitten, observed one minute of silence in honor of Prince Philip. That happened just before his royal ceremonial funeral got started inside ST George's Chapel. Philip was married to Queen Elizabeth, the second for 73 years. He died on April 9th just two months before his 100th birthday. California is taking its climate. Climate change fight to space. JPL scientists Robert Greene says the Carbon mapper program will use the spectrometer to find methane and carbon carbon dioxide leaks. Using this amazing technology invented here in California, I will say at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory to tackle one of the hardest and most important problems for life on our planet. California is the only state partnering and carbon mapper. The rest of the groups are universities and private research firms. The verse satellites are scheduled to launch in 2023. Facebook's decision on President Trump's account is to not make a decision yet. Facebook's independent oversight board has been sifting through about 9000 comments about the social platforms decision to suspend President Trump's Facebook account following the January 6th right at the Capitol. Facebook says it indefinitely blocked the account over worries the president's comments could spark more violent unrest. He has 35 million followers. The company was planning to make the decision on what to do with former President Trump's account in the next few days, but has extended that to review all the comments. Twitter has banned him permanently. Amy King K F I News Look at the four or five in Inglewood. This is on the four or five South.

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Biden calls gun violence 'a national embarrassment'

AP 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | 1 d ago

Biden calls gun violence 'a national embarrassment'

"Biden says It's up to Congress to pass laws to help address the epidemic of mass shootings in the United States. After meeting with Japan's prime minister The Associated Press asked President Biden about the mass shooting at an Indianapolis FedEx facility following massacres in recent weeks in Colorado, Georgia, South Carolina and Orange, California every single day. There's a mass shooting this year in the United States, if you count All those who were killed out on the streets. Asked if he should be making gun control his top priority instead of infrastructure, the president says he's introduced executive orders. The House has passed legislation and now the Senate must act. Bring it up now. This has to end it's a national embarrassment. Japan's visiting Prime Minister Yoshihide Asuka expressed sympathy and says innocents, citizens must not be exposed to any such violence.

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US has been wracked with several mass shootings in 2021

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 1 d ago

US has been wracked with several mass shootings in 2021

"President Biden says it's up to Congress to pass laws to help address the epidemic of mass shootings in the United States after meeting with Japan's prime minister the Associated Press asked president Biden about the mass shooting at an Indianapolis FedEx facility following massacres in recent weeks in Colorado Georgia South Carolina and orange California every single day there's a mass shooting this year in the United States if you count all those who were killed out in the streets asked if he should be making gun control his top priority instead of infrastructure the president says he's introduced executive orders the house has passed legislation and now the Senate must act to bring it up this has to end it's a national embarrassment Japan's visiting prime minister Yoshi he'd Asuka expressed sympathy and says innocent citizens must not be exposed to any such violence Jackie Quinn Washington

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Universal Studios Hollywood Reopens After a Year

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 d ago

Universal Studios Hollywood Reopens After a Year

"Universal Hollywood is the latest theme park in California to re open the park was closed for a year because of the pandemic it's now open to the general public Jenny Cardenas and her daughter were among those who got a sneak peek really cool to have the rights open and just pass holders spent eight Sergio Hernandez has been itching to return to California park sleeping going on across the country to Orlando just to get a theme park fix over the past year with cove it by it feels great to finally be all here in our own backyard and universal Hollywood there are newly configured roller coasters and a new Secret Life of pets ride which core and decide was going to ride last year finally got to ride it stated it was I'll tell you it was worth the wait was worth it was worth the year way Disneyland in California is set to reopen April thirtieth I'm a Donahue

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List of mourners attending the funeral of Prince Philip

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 d ago

List of mourners attending the funeral of Prince Philip

"The list of Mona's attending the funeral of prince Philip this coming weekend is announced coronavirus restrictions only allow thirty to attend the funeral of prince Philip on Saturday at St George's chapel at Windsor Castle then include Philips within the queen and her four children add to the throne prince Charles his brothers prince Andrew and Prince Edward and his sister princess I'm also attending the funeral home with the queen's eight grandchildren including prince William and prince Harry the not hi res wife Meghan who is president and remains in California all her doctor's advice other senior Royals and three of Philip's German relatives have also been invited Charles Taylor this month London

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Prime Suspect Paul Flores Charged With 1996 Murder of Kristin Smart

All Things Considered

00:54 sec | 2 d ago

Prime Suspect Paul Flores Charged With 1996 Murder of Kristin Smart

"Pedro, arrested this week in connection with the murder of a Cal state San Luis Obispo student 25 years ago, is also now being investigated for sexual assault in Los Angeles. Paul Flores has long been the prime suspect in the disappearance of 19 year old Kristin Smart 1996, the college freshman was allegedly killed during a sexual assault in Florida. His dorm room slow county District attorney Dan Tao says floors is also suspected of committing sexual acts around sent Piedra where he lives and where he was known to frequent the bars. We do have evidence in this case that leads us to conclude that there very well may be additional victims in the Southern California area, so we would ask that anybody that may have had experience with him that they have questions about for them to reach out and contact law enforcement. The LAPD says detectives have gathered evidence against floors about assault that allegedly occurred over several years. The only county Da's office has not decided whether to final charges based on that evidence. Well.

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NCAA Hits USC Basketball With 2 Years' Probation, Fine

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:15 sec | 2 d ago

NCAA Hits USC Basketball With 2 Years' Probation, Fine

"A nail Southern California men's basketball with two years probation and a $5000 fine. Ah, former Trojans assistant coach violated ethical conduct rules when he accepted a bribe steering players to a business management company. Sports A

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40 Fully Vaccinated People Infected With COVID-19 in Sonoma County

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:48 sec | 2 d ago

40 Fully Vaccinated People Infected With COVID-19 in Sonoma County

"Are becoming infected with coronavirus in Sanoma County in northern California. 40 people develop the virus Two months after being vaccinated, vaccine expert Dr Dean Fanelli tells KOGO news. There are a couple of explanations. First of all after you get your second shot. It takes a couple weeks before you develop that immunity, so it could be that they were still in that window off. Not developing. For immunity for people generally that if they're outside of that window, you have to recall that the vaccines are not 100% effective there 95% effective so there will be people out there that it's not effective on and will get Covitz. Doctors agree by receiving the vaccine your chances of getting covert 19 or lesson and your body is better prepared to fight the virus. Marilyn Haider KOGO News, a prominent Republican here in

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Canada Has More New COVID-19 Cases per Capita Than US

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

01:51 min | 3 d ago

Canada Has More New COVID-19 Cases per Capita Than US

"Cases of covert per capita than the United States. Of course, that country's population is only a fraction of ours. In fact, there are more people in California than in Canada. But it is really a dire situation for our neighbor to the North. Canada is one of the only countries in the world with significant outbreaks of three variants. At the same time, the UK, Brazilian and South African versions. The vaccine rollout just can't keep up. It's so bad that the CDC said earlier this month. Even fully vaccinated Americans should not travel to Canada. We're going to talk about all this now with Adam Miller. He's a senior health writer with the CBC and he's joining us from Toronto. Hi. Hi. Thanks for having me Well. It certainly is shocking to most of us to hear what's happening in your country. What is happening? What's driving this third wave? Yeah, that's a great question. Um You know, we've gotten off to a slow start with our vaccination roll out just because of the fact that candidate doesn't really have a domestic manufacturing capacity here. So all of our vaccines to date have come from other countries like India and the Europe and we're obviously gotten some AstraZeneca vaccines from the U. S is well recently, so We don't have that built in capacity to manufacture our own vaccines yet we're hoping to build that up now and in the coming years, But it's not something that we can really draw on right now. So we're really hoping that the U. S will. Open up. It's vaccine supply. But the priority, of course, is U. S citizens And we totally understand that. And I think the prime minister here understands that but hopefully down the road we get to a point where even you know some of the drug companies in the U. S. Will be able to give us more shipments because we're really at the kind of Whim of whatever they decide, because, like I said, we don't have any domestic manufacturing capacity is it that you don't have the capacity or they just made the decision not to

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2 Suspects Arrested in 1996 Disappearance of Kristin Smart

On The Edge With Thayrone

00:23 sec | 3 d ago

2 Suspects Arrested in 1996 Disappearance of Kristin Smart

"In California say missing college student Kristin Smart was killed during an attempted rape by a fellow student, and that the suspect's father helped hide the body. Paul Flores is now 44. His father were arrested yesterday. Smart was last seen while heading back to a dorm account. Polly after leaving a party in 1996, prosecutors now say she was inebriated that Flora's had offered to walk her home.

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Inflation, National Debt and the U.S. Dollar - What Could Go Wrong?

Money For the Rest of Us

02:04 min | 3 d ago

Inflation, National Debt and the U.S. Dollar - What Could Go Wrong?

"Prices are up double digits yet. Inflation and us as measured by the consumer price index is still less than three percent that the federal government is issuing trillions and trillions of dollars of new government debt. It interest rates are rock bottom that the money supply has increased over twenty five percent in the past year as money flowing everywhere yet. It's not showing up in inflation measures such as the consumer price index in this episode. We're going to connect those things together and consider what is it. That could go wrong where we could see inflation. Spike and the return on treasury securities be negative. Last october i released an episode titled how to buy and hot housing market i described lapel and is quest to sell our house in phoenix and by one in tucson since then the housing market has gotten even hotter than median existing home price in the. Us is up over sixteen percent year over year. The house we sold in phoenix. Zillow estimates is now. We're ten percent more than what we sold it for. This past november houses around the us are getting multiple offers. Many above the listing price and often the buyer is paying cash one reason the housing market is so hot is individuals want to move. They have been working at home through the pandemic realize the either one a bigger house or they're not going back to the office and so they wanna live in a less expensive locale. People are leaving. High cost states like california new york and new jersey and moving to less expensive states or states with better weather arizona. South carolina florida and idaho at the same time. There's been a limited supply of houses.

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The Johnson

Kim Komando

00:31 sec | 4 d ago

The Johnson

"To receive the Johnson Johnson covered 19 vaccine this week. It got neither Fizer or majority shots instead. California resident Bata Garcia. Says she was originally scheduled to receive the Johnson and Johnson vaccine on Wednesday. So I called the center and they were very nice, and they told me that it was changed to modern yet, so I felt more comfortable. The ship came after federal health officials temporarily halted you said the one dose vaccine to study a handful of rare blood clots.

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Paul Flores Booked on Murder Charge in Kristin Smart Case

What's On Your Mind - Encore

00:28 sec | 4 d ago

Paul Flores Booked on Murder Charge in Kristin Smart Case

"Obispo, California Sheriff's Office has announced arrest in the 25 year old case of missing college student Kristin Smart. Paul Flores, who was last seen with her and long considered a suspect and his father, Ruben, was arrested for a charge of murder. With zero bail, meaning he is unable to bail and Ruben Flores was arrested as an accessory to murder with the bail of $250,000 Sheriff Dian Parkinson.

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'Prime suspect' arrested in student's 1996 disappearance

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 4 d ago

'Prime suspect' arrested in student's 1996 disappearance

"A man who attended Cal Poly university in the nineteen nineties has been arrested in connection with the murder of a female student who vanished nearly twenty five years ago the sheriff in San Luis Obispo county California says they've considered forty four year old Paul flora's likely to be the suspect for years he was the last person seen with Kristen smart when she disappeared in nineteen ninety six returning to her dorm from a party announcing on K. E. Y. T. T. V. the rest of Paul Flores for the murder of Kristen smart and the rest of his father Ruben Flores as an accessory to the murder sheriff Ian Parkinson says they've executed dozens of search warrants in recent years and now have evidence linking the suspect to Kristin smart he vows they will continue to search for her remains we are not going to stop until Kristen has been recovered police say new witnesses came forward in the case after hearing about the podcast your own backyard I'm Jackie Quinn

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Paul Flores Arrested in 1996 Disappearance of Kristin Smart

Sean Hannity

00:26 sec | 4 d ago

Paul Flores Arrested in 1996 Disappearance of Kristin Smart

"And arrest and the Kristin Smart case nearly 25 years after the call Polly freshman vanished after a frat party a California man, previously named as a primary suspect in her disappearance has been taken into custody. Paul Flores, who walks smart home and was the last person to see her alive in 1996, was arrested today in San Pedro. And his father, Ruben Flores, was also reportedly taken into custody in connection with the

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Health Literacy and Improving the Health Care Sytem With Tamvoes

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

02:18 min | 4 d ago

Health Literacy and Improving the Health Care Sytem With Tamvoes

"The podcast. I have rukia and madison. They are from a platform called tam booze and they're here to discuss what it is why we should pay attention to it and all the exciting things that are coming up soon. Thanks for joining me guys. Thanks for having. You're welcome so. These guys are in canada for my canadian listeners. I have a lot in california and you have a lot in canada as well. So how where would you like to start. The history of how taboos came about is probably a good place to start out. Go for madison. My name is madison. I'm one of the co founders of taboos. And i'm actually university students so from my perspective i i'm in health however i've never really dealt myself with An illness a chronic illness acute illness. Anything in between. I did have the pleasure of working alongside to individual Who really inspired the story behind. Tampa us And their their names are tina jamming and yvonne deduce which really makes up the name. Tam bruce And the reasoning behind the story. They really had such struggles within the healthcare system Tina struggled with honor. Cancer almonds will congestive heart failure and The difficulties that i watched them go through in terms of communicating with their family members About the difficulties that they were having information they were being tossed from one healthcare provider to the next one hospital to another really takes a toll on not only your mental halls to have to continually repeat your story over and over again But also your physical health in your family members as well who were kind of china Journey than so. That is really the idea behind him. Loses to help individuals going through similar situations And giving them the tools that they need in order to communicate better with their family members as well with their professional team that being the healthcare providers almond Eliminating that repetition where you're continually having to go through this whole on a depressing story of where where you are now in how you got to where you

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"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

02:30 min | Last week

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Where it's it's it's really crazy around southern california and just california in general so even the stories you hear of people migrating out of los angeles and san francisco those markets are still superheated to you know. So you're telling me think about your brother or somebody. That was looking at a house that i mean it was ridiculous or wasn't it a friend of yours that there was like multiple offense or it's just it's crazy right now. Even you know doesn't matter who you are. It's crazy and it's a matter what price point you're at it's dogfights interesting part about this is that it's a it's a it's a dogfight at any price point so maybe when colbrad starts to really come to an end if and people start moving around there's more inventory that hope you know i feel. I feel bad for people that are trying to get into homes right now. Yeah it's it's a lot of work it's a lot of time and it is it. Is it's frustrating. We're i mean we're we're in the process of getting ready to accept offers on property that we're selling and we've we've gotten six offers right in like four days property two years ago you probably would waited thirty days to finally do something exactly so. Let's even tight. Yeah yeah home. Thirty days i know and now we're seeing like all cash close in fifteen days. You know crazy things like that waving appraisal contingencies. You know just just crazy stuff. So it's like you know the thing that worries me is the frenzy of out. People making emotional decisions like that. And here we go again. Overpaying for real estate. It's not a very wise business decision to go out and make an offer on a home like that and let's your dang sure you're saying it for the next thirty years i mean i just or you're keeping it forever because you you're you're in it at beyond what it's worth so which is kind of crazy so but you know we'll see what happens this. This summer is going to be interesting. So we'll keep an eye on the housing market. Thanks for listening today..

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247  Perspectives on Transformation in Labor Trafficking with Ben Skinner - burst 2

Ending Human Trafficking Podcast

04:03 min | Last week

247 Perspectives on Transformation in Labor Trafficking with Ben Skinner - burst 2

"So prevention of trafficking to me fundamentally involves some basic elements of of development but really targeted development. The as i said in the end of my book the war on diarrhea may not have the same sexy ring as As the war on slavery but when when diarrhea is the number one killer of children in the developing world. Needless needless deaths right and when so many desperately poor families are faced with a health crisis. Go into debt bondage as a solution. Could we not invest in preventing those needless deaths and preventing that health crisis and preventing that daas preventing that death That the bondage i. It's a this a fundamentally. We are focused on industry because industry broken out our millions of jobs. Billions of jobs if you go across industries. The apparel industry seventy million jobs alone. This is a place that is a tremendous opportunity. It is also a place where there is forced labor. It it harbors that it doesn't need to and so prevention from me is about is about creating jobs that are actually what they say they are which is opportunities which is pathways to mobility which is pathways to prosperity and there are best practices out there. We've seen suppliers that when we approach them. Say this is not who we are fundamentally. This is not who we are and they change and that to me is exhilarating. Because of that can be scaled and ultimately if those companies that won't change our put out of business and those companies that will change grow to be the norm dominate the market. Then then we're talking about prevention at scale and for me. That's that's exciting. I love that an education is a key to helping people know where to begin that prevention digging a well so kids have clean water to prevent. Diarrhea is prevention factor in as far as education. One of the challenges. That i've had is i've been able to get in front of some corporate leaders here in california and they're just like this is so much information and so. I found a new way to use the sweat and toil app that department of labor produced and has thousands of pages of research behind this app. You can go to the grocery store and you can look and see what products are being produced and have been on the shelves in our consumer platform here. That use child forced labor Adult forced labor and make a decision not to purchase that. Well that's a pretty whack-a-mole kind of idea from my perspective. But now i'm having my students. And i'm sharing with corporate leaders. You can actually use this to find out where you might expect. The next w are owed happen with those kinds of products so you can look ahead and see in on an app on your phone and it seems like a very simple tool but it is a way for us to begin to be more tuned in to what's happening across the world because we are all connected this eighty percent number. I'm just still reeling from that. Because we think we have governmental boarders and yet corporate reach is not restricted to geographical boundaries.

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"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

05:36 min | 2 weeks ago

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Interestingly to her her internal financial guy went to got a four cents conspiracy so he was obviously involved in it too and so he spoke about You know some of the things that were going on. Obviously you know his remorse. So this is the closure of a pretty big story here in san diego. This was closely watched by a lot of people. There was a lot of discussion about it in the real estate world because all those patio restaurants closed down very abruptly and they were they were pretty popular not to say that covid would've probably hit them harder to but who knows. Maybe she would've stayed afloat with llamas and things like that so and and this is an interesting time for something like that i. I don't know there's much parallel here. But you've got the white collar crimes kind of making their way to the headlines ally especially with the college scandal and a few other things that have been happening. And i think it's interesting that these are the ones that are drawing attention right now typically. They're not and this was a big one too. So one of the interesting things in this article and this is a ut article for interested in seeing it and it's fairly recent. Mike yesterday yesterday so yesterday being the last day of march march thirty one. So it's interesting. What what really caught my attention. They're saying that this could potentially be the biggest fraud. Committed in the history of the southern district of california is federal court but just say imperial county. I think they said yeah. I mean it's so it's a big line. Yeah i mean that's a. That's a big 'cause california's a popular state. So i'm sure there's a lot of white collar crime that's going on so to have this. Be the biggest one in the amount of money that she funneled. Three hundred and seventy two million from four hundred ninety investors. She was definitely working it out too. I think that's always what's interesting. Is that like. She clearly had a way for you know she had a personality was obviously people were drawn to and she was very good at what she did for a long time prior to this pontius game so interesting that she ended up creating such such a huge game obviously gets caught. Yeah yeah it was It was one of those things that that you know p- when it came up that people a lot of people were in disbelief. you know. i think. I'm sure everyone that she that lost a lot of money for real. I mean could you imagine being one of those people that just lost their luster shirts in this but anyways yeah this you right. This draws kind of conclusion to this. And while i guess we'll have to find another woman disappoint realist. Am there's plenty of them so you know so. We'll we'll keep an eye on these restaurant locations tears. She actually have pretty pretty good. You know break events states and she only the real estate so i wonder what the deal is there so you know this is this is kind of the ending of you know really kind of a sad story. I mean it's too bad for the investors and you always you always see these things. It always turns out to be some high profile person. You would just never think. And that's that's the funny thing about this at stuck to me because i know you talked to me about. She was a real dynamic speaker to you. That was really you know she. She obviously was she was. She was intelligent. And that's the thing that's so so interesting. Is that the the people that do. This are usually. They're pretty charismatic. People and it's it's hard to believe when you hear about it..

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"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

04:09 min | 2 weeks ago

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Today on the southern california real estate report. We talk about the final chapter in the tuna champion. Cain saga stay tune morning. Welcome to southern california real estate report. This is bob mcguire. Daniel winds coming from san diego. So this is a a topic and a conversation that we've touched on in the past so the woman's name is gina. Champion cain she was a high profile restaurants here here in san diego and yeah in villa stained investor and developer. Kind of kind of really an all around us very highly praised entrepreneur and it turned out that she was running this really complex and very shady ponzi scheme. And she she. She was caught and it was tied to all these restaurants that where the patio group right restaurants good restaurants. She was funny about. It's funny i think about stories like hers. Is that the people that run these ponzi schemes are typically pretty good gift in brilliant people. Yeah yeah and they're usually they're also usually they. Have you know they kind of have a creative side to themselves. That usually out is something that you know. It makes her stories believable right so when she was doing so our listeners. Understand so it's kind of. It's kind of an interesting scheme that she had so she what she was doing is raising money to basically front people for liquor. Licenses is what she was saying but the amount of money that she raised over a seven-year period was staggering. I mean she raised hundreds of millions. Basically what the what. The justice department is saying is that she raised at least three hundred. Seventy million three hundred seventy two million from more than four hundred ninety investors over a seven-year period so these were supposed to be basically set up as a high interest loan to somebody who was trying to get a liquor license. So let's say you're a restaurant guy here in california and you're going to open a new restaurant and you want to buy a liquor license or get a liquor license so typically a liquor license for those of you that don't now it can go one of two ways it's either. Nfl ability within a geographic location. Where it can stay within that. Like for example here in san diego the gas lamp and thereby be x. Amount of liquor licenses are available down there and you kinda pay whatever. The market rate is or can run with with a with a property to and so it's without getting too mired down in the details. It's it's kind of a complex process to get liquor licenses and they're typically pretty expensive right so they can range in price you know we. We've seen liquor licenses. Transfer that are you know. Eighty to one hundred thousand dollars and so the idea was was that this would be like a high interest loan to somebody until they got their their restaurant or or tavern vara open and then they would pay them back and you know it was kind of an interesting way to make some extra interest on your money but the reality was was that she was supporting as always you know. Very opulent lifestyle She had boxes box seats to padres. Games had lots of jewelry and you know all sorts of You know it sounds like cars and she was feeding these patio..

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Should I Buy an Electric Vehicle? With Steve Blunt

Talking Automotive

01:47 min | 2 weeks ago

Should I Buy an Electric Vehicle? With Steve Blunt

"Thanks for joining us today. And welcome to the show. It's john thanks not great to see events and excited to be having this conversation to that we always been on in the vehicles. But it's good to have from a customer point of view. I want things that are you looking at. What are your challenges to borrow. Vehicle absolutely And i should declare come from the automotive industry on a guy who had a career in technology and so technology interests but I've never worked in the medical industry. So maybe to saw steve. Can you just tell us a little bit about way at in terms of thinking about a vehicle. Do what us on the questions. You lock to discuss. Today she'll am You by background in married mid sixties three kids three time so were that sort of stage of life where things are changing one of the things these if you know recently sold up family home and doing things and one of the things i need to do is stop thinking about. You can't so my wife. And i buy have Well we have a petrol car on a diesel. Come by diesel car is a bad. I emailed that five years old with watching intr- with interest the electric vehicle industry grow. We spent in fact as a family weeks than five years in california between two thousand and five hundred has not been living. There and i was stunned when we arrive. That everybody was driving a prius. When i think about my introduction to electric vehicles they kind from at living in california where that's just blossomed that just got bigger and bigger and bigger each time i go back. I just see more. Electric vehicles on the road

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"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

03:42 min | 3 weeks ago

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"I think they're going to have to close down temporarily at some point. But know you're gonna have haven't really cool hotel north park. Yeah for sure and and you know north park and alcohol boulevard. I mean it's it's not somewhere that You would think there would be this kind of swanky hotel cat especially in the nineteen point right exactly and so i think like cleaning it up and and just making it just more presentable and more updated today standard. I think that'll be a big hit in that area. That area has changed a lot. Alcohol boulevard has changed a ton us. You know five years. There's a lot of new apartment buildings over there and a lot of people probably looking for something really kind of cool and unique to experience and and these guys. I've been to all three of those restaurants you mentioned. And they're definitely they're definitely popular crowded like that'd be ready for that type of you know especially like a friday night or saturday but you know i could see them doing kind of a cool swanky hotel to imagine. Don't quote me but isn't the one in the u. t. c. raised by wolves. That's the one with the speaking right. Yeah so it's you know these guys these guys like to put on a show and toss really cool and interesting and actually i think the food i i've seen had the food i've born and raised and it's really pretty good. Yeah yeah so so. This'll be interesting to see how they pull this together. We'll definitely keep an eye on that. We'll see who the demographic is that they're gonna attract it. It's obviously going to be in that north park crowd. So if you're thirty something new hotspot. I'm sure once they get going. I'm curious to see to what the final product is for the red fox room. I don't know if it's open yet. The last time i saw i thought it was still under construction but maybe i'm wrong. Tell right it's hard to tell because nothing's going to happen. And i know there's a patio there but i don't know if that's open yet either. So this is this is a local thing and we're excited to to always bring some of this late breaking news that happens here around san diego. The good news is we're coming out of cova now. It feels like and we're kind of moving through the different tiers. Were now in kind of more red tier. So there's going to be more restaurant happenings especially downtown. I've heard a few rumors about some new stuff. That's coming into the gasoline which is of going to be exciting to follow too. So am baseball season starting next week. So that's going to open to and hopefully we'll see kind of the gasoline returned to some level of normalcy. Unlike last summer last summer was weird. This'll be interesting. Hopefully we don't experience last summer. I gotten but you know. I think that you're right coming onto this kind of depression we've had for about a year..

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Southern California Real Estate Report

06:14 min | Last month

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"Welcome to southern california real estate report. This is bob mcguire. Daniel wise come into from san diego. California reopening sandiego reopened a red tier san diego. Right pretty exciting. So so what does this mean really for us so it. There's there's some right there's some honest it doesn't mean anything but i'm not gonna sit inside and san diego weather right now and other at a restaurant but you know what it does mean that the world i was opening up restaurants precise operate at twenty five percent capacity inside museums could operate inside a twenty five percent capacity. Haven't been very perk is open so all in all the fun things seaworld you know. I don't know what to say about seaworld. But so they offer operate again inside. I think they've been able to operate outside museums but now they can go back to operating inside right in time for our summer. Tourism season right and saint patrick's day right so which this is going to post just the day after saint patrick's day but it was a big deal so going into the red tier for that particular day. It was big deal. So i go to this really like super great little deli down in down by san diego state. Right and it's it's a real popular one. I don't know if you've ever been to it. it's It's it's like a little jewish deli called What is it called. I cannot remember the name right now. i can't believe. I'll have to look it up. I'll post at d. d. and it's awesome. It's like really authentic really great and it was packed. Last night. I went last night to pick up dinner and i do weight and extra forty five minutes to get my dinner and it was to go do irish jews in common like well. I think it's just because it's a deli. They just do super good corned. Beef was one of those things. So it's a really but it's a really popular. So i think that the delhi site that the jewish shelley more like east coast so they're really really good. It's just i mean. does that sound bad. I don't. I don't know i so. So it's a really like it's it's it's like an authentic east coast deli. That's yeah i don't know what's funny as delays even growing up with a jewish family. I don't go to delhi. So i really don't know like a bad east coast deli from sally so it's i think it's a lot different. It's a lot. There are a lot better and so they have much better light quality of meats. And everything like that. So it's just the one in del mar really popular same thing. East coast are west coast elliott. That's like an east coast one and that is also a very well known really good jewish delis so that the east coast jewish. He's known as being really good. Yeah and so so. That's why it's not like it's not like It's not like a religious thing or anything but it's it's always funny that i hear so milton's and are the two big ones here and i'm sure milton's was super pac too but So it's really good and and it was packed. It was packed packed. Like i've never seen it. That packed and crazy and spent there. Because i was there to get dinner together because i wanted corn beef. Because i'm an irish guy and it was the whole outside was completely packed and there was like a line like out the door around the building practically to get in and that was to order it and you had to wait an hour to order it. So it's so. I mean clearly like the red tier like people were getting out. Yeah i feel like people having getting out if you like. The more and more people are that are getting vaccinated especially has kind of elderly generation. It's getting vaccinated. You're gonna see a resurgence and that's a really good point. Because last night it was a lot of older people. Like a lot of people that you wouldn't think would be going out. We're definitely out who fully vaccinated talking to. They're like oh it feels so good to be vaccinated and you know. Yeah we're we're we're ready to get out again and people were talking like in line that this was the first time they've been out in a long time so i think it's good the combination of the vaccine's rolling out at the same time that obviously that's having an effect on the numbers here they're saying that our numbers are really good So the the numbers are. I think we've now gone to six cases per hundred thousand. I don't remember exactly what we're we're so it is saying in here and this by the way was out of the. Ut okay so union tribune and they are saying nine of the other county so it looks like nine. Other counties moved into red to in those were monterey riverside sacramento santa barbara center to hema to lori and ventura And then that just leaves eleven of the california's fifty eight counties in the most restrictive purple tier still the the cases. They're saying have gone to six point. Eight per one hundred thousand residence so they took last week's case rate which was eight point. Eight where at six point eight. And i think they took like a combined total and that got us just over the mark to go to read. So that's good so we keep having our case count drop to which is which is good and i think a lot of that has to do with vaccines right. We're just not spreading fast and it's starting to slow down so hopefully this'll be. The weird thing is in europe. They're kinda getting so talked to one of our clients say who lives in france and She was saying that you know like where she is. She's around knees and it's become more restrictive there so they become more lockdown.

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Southern California Real Estate Report

04:26 min | Last month

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"Today on the southern california real estate report we talk about updates the faultline map stay tune. Good morning this this southern california real estate report. This is bob mcguire daniel wise coming to you from san diego california wet san diego today guy out today. It's been it's been it's been kind of a wet march which is good bright so like these little storms that come through. Yeah we're we were in need of rain and we're we're getting some measurable rain now so interesting interesting topic today so something that. If you're not from california you're not very very familiar with this and if you are in california you might still be familiar with it. But if you've done a real estate transaction you're definitely familiar with all of the disclosures that required in a real estate transaction in the state of california so california more so than any state i think probably has the highest amount of different types of disclosures for different types of things and usually at the beginning of a transaction every buyer is supplied by a seller What's called an hd report and that's a natural hazards report basically goes through and tells you about fire any kind of hazard that may be due to the real estate and one of the big ones is earthquake in lines. And there's been a new change to these faultlines that affects san diego county and the city of san diego. Pretty pretty heavily. Yeah it does it does. So it's something that you know so you have to look at it from two sides right so on one side. This is a good thing we you know. I'm a fan of full disclosure. I think it's a it's a great thing for california to do what it does. Because it takes if you're sitting correctly in the space and everything is fully disclosed then when the when the sale perfects usually there won't be any issues because everything has been aboveboard bright and everyone can do their own individual investigations and they can do whatever they need to do to figure out you know whether or not they wanna move forward at certain points in the contract. Based on the disclosures that are given between the buyer and the seller brian so but this one is especially interesting because of where it falls in the city of san diego so the fault lines that we currently have you. Obviously we have the andrius fall. We have a bunch of other faults. Said also run east and west north and south and so. That's just the way california is if you look on a map on any given day. There's always a seismic mac but it's in the newspapers here that showed the seismic activity for the day you know and it's usually at very nominal or or unrecognizable levels for us to feel on a day-to-day basis but it is going on now. Something to consider. San diego has kind of an older housing stock. So we have a lot of nineteen fifties and you know. There was a tremendous amount of development. Here between let's say the forties and the seventies right and so there's a lot of race foundations. There's a lot of poured slabs or things like that so one of the things. Now that's going to be required because of this change in faultlines and because you know the scientists who study this and the people from the california geological survey they're the ones that release these maps and so some of the proposed faultlines they include a several mile stretch originating from the northern. Point of mission bay. And it's going to extend all the way basically a three prong extension from there that runs all the way down to the mission bay to the airport. The from the airport up into mission hills amd banker sale. So that's a pretty big chunk of the city..

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Southern California Real Estate Report

04:29 min | Last month

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Basically the city eliminated altogether so. This is a much better solution than than that. And you know it's something that if you are an investor you have to think about. Yeah yeah so it's gonna be it's gonna be interesting So the they're saying that the fee range for the licensing is going to be anywhere from fifty to one thousand dollars. They haven't kinda landed on that yet and they're saying that You know the the overall Affective this on the current airbnb market so the overall airbnb inventory. That's out in the city. They're saying is going to have about a twenty to thirty percent reduction in available airbnb so the hotel lobbies happy. I think the airbnb people are very happy that because the original the original plan that was proposed for this was basically eliminate it. You know and then you could have like a thirty day rental so i think you know doing it the way that they're doing it. It's kind of a win win for everyone. It was something that we've been following. We knew it wasn't going to go away right and it was. It was a pretty contentious issue. There was there was a lot a lot of early conversations about it. And like i said you know a lot of politicians that just got elected. They were basing their platform on whether or not they were getting rid of airbnb. Is we have some properties novi and there was a lot of political science. Iq airbnb hood and this and that for a long time. You know this. Also a and i don't know if this is a big issue to talk about because it's stately affordable travel. Thank you know if you have a family of four hotels are expensive. You know it's it's kind of what is would still. It's driving up the cost of therapies. Think that's exactly the point to like the you know that's a really interesting thing to bring up so even though airbnb maybe are getting closer to a per room night of hotel. You're getting a lot more space. You get the opportunity to go out to the grocery store and pick up food. You don't have to eat on property like if you're at a hotel so for travel it's it's a good thing right especially going to the beach. You know these. Are these most of these like the ocean beach in the mission beach staff is. We've been out there a number of times in a cool little spot. It's kind of what you would expect for a southern california vacation spot. You know exactly how families families can fill out and travel. Yeah i just think that we needed to find a compromise. And i'm happy that you know reasonable. Reasonable minds prevailed. Because like i said the original idea was a complete ban and then it became something that was discussed about like longer term rentals. Thirty day minimums. So this i think for the people that have invested in these communities and have you know run their properties fairly and have done all that they have to do to 'cause there's terms of service agreements with airbnb and with vr. Be oh and things like that. You have to run your property a certain way too..

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Southern California Real Estate Report

02:48 min | 2 months ago

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Today on the southern california real estate report we talk about amazon's new facility. Stay tune good morning. Welcome to southern california real estate report. This is bob..

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Southern California Real Estate Report

03:32 min | 2 months ago

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"So they're graded on how close they are to being on track to meet their goals. Depending on how far they are into their current our age cycle somewhere in the first year of the new cycle in twenty nineteen somewhere in the last others. Were in the middle. Most of the southern california example was six years into an eight year cycle so if the city is supposed to permit eighty monitoring income homes total it would need to have issued sixty permits by by twenty nine thousand nine hundred and to be fully on track to receive an a grade. So that's how you would look at it. So i don't know did it say where san diego was in the in the cycle where we at the do what were at six years during the year intimate. So we're we're in that average cycle to yeah and by the way this article from the daily news daily news. Yeah so soda. Can continue this grading so so with san diego. They're saying that since most of southern california For example was in an eight year cycle and our city is down the six sixth year of that eight year cycle. There were grades given for each category. So percents better. On-track equaled four points. Seventy five to ninety nine percent on track equaled three points fifty.

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Southern California Real Estate Report

05:49 min | 3 months ago

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"That's not even louis less. I guess it took at least six months so it just shows you. What a hot market. San diego has become for for every level of the market. I think that's what's most interesting is that you have the lower end of the market. That's gained obviously. We have a lot of people that are trying to get into i homes or trying to get into condos and then you have kind of people are trying to move up still and not speaking more and more difficult because the moving up processes harder because what is the second home like what is your next move up point like how do you make that jump from your first home for your second home and then you have you know the part of the market. Maybe i was just talking about like the college like the lower end of the higher end market. And then you have things like this. That are just absolutely extraordinarily high and attract such a different buyer in every part of the market is just being is just getting just know. I can't imagine if you're spending twenty four million dollars on a house. You really concerned all that much about interest rates but right. They're not they're not. It just shows you what type of real estate market where. Yeah i mean in one of the things that was pointed out in this article is you know so. It took six months to sell this. It used to be so the average selling time has been compressed now to hundred and forty six days for homes over four million where it used to be seven hundred and three days a year ago thing has really had an impact. I mean it's clear to me that covid nineteen is definitely creating an impact for the wealthy. The wealthy are getting out of cities that they're not happy. They're looking for value. They're buying in places where i think the person's vying this obviously they're looking for kind of slice of happiness and they want to live on the beach and they can afford to do it and good for them you know and i can see why a these if you're in a very high density city like san francisco or la even coastal la high density. You santa monica and places like that. You're trying to get out of those more crowded areas into this. I mean this is a great spot..

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Southern California Real Estate Report

03:56 min | 3 months ago

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Today on the southern california real estate report the housing market will remain competitive state. Tim happy new year. Welcome to the southern california real estate report. This is bob. Mcguire daniel wise coming to you from san diego california first podcast of the year. I pressed cassidy. And.

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Southern California Real Estate Report

02:56 min | 4 months ago

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"It sounds like but what they're trying to do is they're trying to create an area to where harbor park they're saying is meant as a bustling beachie attraction where people can bike or walk on a wide promenade. Rent water equipment picnic or play on on one of two natural turf lawns so the whole thing is going to be basically similar to what coronado has now as you come over the bridge. You're going to have kind of a beach area there. You're going to have grass and stuff over by the skate park in that area. So it's gonna be it's gonna be really nice so this is. This is really a big attraction for the south bay. They've they've never really had anything like this. And i think if you are if you are someone who's looking into buying a home anytime soon. You should really consider this bay. It's becoming a really nice area to live with a lot of attractions down there. And obviously there's there's more to come and it's still hasn't relatively affordable home prices so you know if it's if it's something that's in your radar i would definitely take another close look at it. Obviously especially as santa home. Prices keep climbing extraordinarily high and the other thing is too that you're getting newer. Construction in a lot of cases and the schools are in the schools in some areas. Our award-winning they're they're excellent schools. The school district is is renowned in the city for being one of the best right up there with scripts. So it's it's really is a great area and daniels right. I mean there's there's just a lot of really great things happening down there right now. They kind of get overlooked too. Exactly they could do get overlooked and also its proximity to downtown if if what we've talked about in previous podcast about a lot of these biotech industries. Having you know opening up offices in downtown san diego if if you don't want to commute very far this could be a really wonderful option. Yeah so so this. This really is going to start. you know. you're really gonna start seeing a lot. This happen as the hotel gets developed. So again the developer. The hotel is responsible for the biggest portion of this. This smallest part of the park. They're gonna start with i and they're gonna start putting in some of the infrastructure So it's gonna be pretty obvious over the next couple of years we're gonna beach wonder if it'll be good surf spot. We'll see. i doubt it's going to be on the back. But i was. I was thinking. Eighty windsurfing irving so. Thanks for listening today. This has been the southern california real estate report..

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Southern California Real Estate Report

04:20 min | 4 months ago

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Today on the southern california real estate report we talk about the forty seven and a half million dollar. Harvard park plan in chula vista. Stay tune. Good morning welcome to southern california real estate report. This is bob mcguire daniel wise coming to you from san diego california so Kind of interesting. So there's been a lot of announcements for new projects and things like that here in san diego and most of them have been around this valley and the central part of the city. Sir town downtown and vision valley have been the recipient of most of the big marquee type projects going on from biotek to large apartment developments to the stadiums to residential redevelopment. So this is kind of exciting. This is a south bay announcement. And it's just come out Harbor park which is going to be a bay front park down in chula vista Is is going to be really cool. It's gonna be a beach. Beachie multi terrorist park. I think it's gonna be kind of like fifteenth street and del mar. Yeah it sounds like at this is an article from the union. Tribune literally came out today. Which is december tenth and it sounds really cool. It sounds like something that's really needed in that area. A lot of families are moving into that part of town ghetto. Chula vista's having a you know is becoming kind of the next area of development for a lot of moving because it's affordable part of town. Still right so it's interesting too because so the south bay. Has i think. For the for the longest time has relied mostly on imperial beach and coronado and so i have family in coronado and obviously during the pandemic there's a lot of older people that live in coronado and when we were going through this lockdown thing and people are getting out on the weekend the beaches were overrunning coronado. So people were like gosh. You know if there was another place because of course you know inside of the city of san diego. You know the beaches. There's what people don't know. Is that if you're if you're south pacific beach. There's really not a lot of shoreline in san diego as you go up towards sunset cliffs. You know there's very few spots that you can get down the cliffs to actual sand. You know yeah. I guess i guess you know. If you want a family friendly place you probably just have to like south mission beach type of or coronado and so imperial beach beach right. But for the people in the south which we have a large population in the south bay and so of course the first stop is coronado and so. It's just easier for people to get there. So i think taking away some of this slow that happens every week in coronado will be nice to and will help to kind of get some balance in on the weekends in coronado during the pandemic people were like. Gosh there's so many people want to go outside you know. Especially around like centennial park in places like that coronado because they were so packed. You know so so this is going to be interesting to see how this all comes together so this is part of also a bigger project which is going to be which is a hotel and convention center by the gaylord group that gaylord development group they own a big hotel in the mid west called opera land..

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Southern California Real Estate Report

02:56 min | 5 months ago

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Suburban location and still get a one bedroom. It's not going to have the views it's not going to have the amenities it's not gonna be as noon as nice and obviously have the sexiness that a new building has but to live in a nice north part one bedroom and you're saving seven hundred bucks a month that's really meaningful. So in my opinion you're not gonna see downtown. Really start to take off until this new office is built an absorbed operating and until jobs return to downtown. That's just too much of a savings and that's too much of a of a gap. So i think that that apple change and i do think that it'll get better but i think it's just gonna take some time so we'll see what happens with new construction and if there's a little bit of a slowdown in construction. Or maybe some things get shelved until after this is over and then come back after we see what nobody really knows. I mean the biotech thing is great downtown but nobody really knows who the tenants are at this point. We know that its proposed. But we don't know who the major tenants are. What the major employment is. So i think until we get to that point you know downtown is going to be. You know it's gonna take some time to to kind of get back from this. So the good news is if you're a runner and you still work downtown and you can afford downtown. There's never going to be a time where downtown's going to be more affordable than it is right now because there's going to be a lot of incentives to get in renters and that's probably going to run for at least two years you know. Yeah so so. We'll keep an eye on this Were excited to hear what happens with the biotech. Obviously excited to hear what happens with this kilroy project as well for more downtown office. The office market is its own animal. Now we'll continue to monitor that to obviously the biotech space is a real bright spot in commercial real estate right now that it's very much a bright spot in the office market. And so because of the specificity of that type of space. It's very hard to have biotech people working from home and things like that so that is going to be something that is going to get used. It's become very popular this particular developer. That's doing the project. Downtown has four other locations so throughout the united states. So as that takes off that will really change the downtown scope and those apartments will become much more valuable than so. Thanks for listening today. And we'll keep an eye on this. This has been the southern california rolls day report..

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This is California: The Battle of 187

05:40 min | 9 months ago

"california" Discussed on This is California: The Battle of 187

"california" Discussed on This is California: The Battle of 187

This is California: The Battle of 187

11:37 min | 1 year ago

"california" Discussed on This is California: The Battle of 187

"Let me ask you the question. Your group poses to me that were you and your neighbors family and friends able to pay ran on April first or speak to the building of now. We're all organized here in checked in with everybody and everyone was able to pay rent this month only because our landlord is a small mom and pop owner. They keep rents about fifteen hundred below market. Rate you're an echo park and so we're able to a afford these rents have a two bedroom and I'm I'm paying fifteen hundred below market rate. But I don't know what this means for next month. I don't know if I'll have a job. So this is where the choice between food and medicine and supplies versus rent comes into and that's affected tens of thousands of tenants across Los Angeles. Already with this. What are they telling you about their situation right now? Well they've lost their when mayor. Garcetti and governor newsom sheets. Dan home orders on March nineteenth. A lot of places closed in fact. I was getting a haircut at the time. And the place closed right as they were issuing the orders Those Barbara's went home and they have not been working since and so the tenants union launched a campaign called food not rent or we the the. No it's a guide that helps tenants. Kinda worked through some of these issues and protect themselves because after may thirty first landlords will be able to file a victim even if they've lost work to corona virus or they've gotten sick from the corona virus. Yeah so tell us a story about maybe a family that reflects their struggle to be able to pay the rent right now in this time of Corona virus. There's one tenant that I'm very worried about his wife and kids and he was working in a restaurant in downtown and after the restaurant closed down he you know he was essentially living. Check the check as a bus boy and he also doesn't have papers so he's he's terrified so he's been you know asking neighbors tour and France for short loans to be able to pay the rent and I've asked that he really needs to think about this because he these paying the rent and he's not able to put food on the table without working. You know what is he going to do? This case is special because he doesn't have papers so there's an added level of of Tara for him but there's other stories just like his as well. There are so many in the last God in the last three or four day. We've got hundreds of emails from people who work in the economy from people who were selling food out in those street vendors. We've gotten contacted from You know from all walks of life in Los Angeles enabled to pay for rent because of the stay at home orders and it's unfair that tenets are forced to stay home unable to work and unable to pay rent and still be able to be a victim by their landlord. Tenants are coming together. There are some that are helping each other out with delivering food to their neighbors who are elderly so these are just. Some of the intense situations and tenants are facing. So what are the right of tenants of especially right now to stay where they are? Despite not being able to pay rent basically the stay at home owners issued protects tenants Until may thirty first there are no lockouts. Alonzo cannot file individually against you you do. You won't get overcharged for any late fees or having extra people in your apartment but you do need to let your landlord. Oh in written that the chronic virus has affected you so that you can later use that if you're landlords is is to take you to court in June as a defense and that's where you begin to provide proof you lost your job. You'll have to present that to the court for now. It's just a temporary. Stay on injections so California. Governor Gavin newsom ordered that statewide ban on fictions caused by corona virus and Merrick are here in Los Angeles announce that landlords can increase rent on over the half million apartments under the cities rent stabilization programs. So what are your thoughts on their on their measures. You know the the measures don't go far enough in the crisis we are in now. These orders that they issue would have been great ten years ago or five years ago to address the housing affordability prices and that has resulted in sixty thousand homeless in in Los Angeles alone. And so now. We're in a new crisis now with Kobe. Nineteen so the governor us more responsible in this. He has more powers as the governor to issue a blanket moratorium on all victims no matter what our city local city council members took a vote last week and we came one. Vote Short from a blanket. Moratorium on all fictions I blame council members like You know Mitchell Farrell and Council president nor Martinez. With that. Why do you think there were opposed to that? Well it's interesting. They were more concerned with landlords and they were more concerned. That tenants would take advantage of the situation. By now paying rent and having a not being able to be affected by their landlords so landlords they would argue You know your your group is asking. For forgiveness of rendering corona virus and those landlords would most likely say that rent forgiveness would bankrupt them with put them out of business. What would be your response to them? You know I feel a lot for the mom and pop. But on Lord's own one building two buildings and a pretty fair to their tenants you know. I have no sympathy for corporate developers in corporate boards. Who are buying up all these buildings and victim of their tenants but it's much easier for a landlord to find some kind of forgiveness with the bank. You know we have already seen governor newsom issue of you know a wave mortgage payments for six months and in the case of Bank of America. Only three months you know. They're they're a much better position have equity in their home. But I I you know I still feel for the small mom and pops they should be also part of this Rent forgiveness that interesting actually. Good Union of two. Would you would think it's two completely different sides. I I know the L A tenants union has waged rent strikes in the past but I think a lot of folks can't even comprehend of that idea so talk a little bit about a wet. What a red strike is and whether they can be successful rent strikes have been successful for the tenants. Union before the cove in nineteen crisis rent strikes were used as a way for collective bargaining. They're technically not illegal. If a judge rules in favor of the tenant I wow yes so so. I organized a rent strike at Burlington building. Which is about two hundred families have a neighborhood. It was here in West Lane and also the mud gotcha in In Boyle Heights as well So some of those cases went to court but the conditions of the building were so terrible that the judge ruled in favor of the tenants with the Reno reduced rents and made their rent strike legal. In the case of Burlington we went nine cases to court. Six of them we wan rent strike at three of them. We lost but it's still risky so eventually the landlord dropped all those cases. There were like eighty nine hundred cases that dislike dropped and they got to keep six months of rent during that Red Stripe and this case we have something completely different. It's more organic rent. Strike out of necessity again are not paying rent. Not because they don't want to because they have stayed homeowners the business closed. There is a complete shutdown so this is more of an organic thing that's happening and I think this will only get worse next month. Those who were living check to check in April and you know are not gonNa make it this month. They won't be able to pay and those who have a little bit. That are a little more well to do their jobs and may will be able to pay Dan. So this is only going to increase as time goes on. I don't know that this stay at home. Order will be done in a postseason. You may so. I don't know how much longer this will go on so for a group like yours. You see an opportunity to be able to help tenants if they do. WanNa do a rent strike. Yes it this is. This is the moment where this crisis has exposed. How unfair and the lack of protections tenants have this is not a question. This is a political question. And and it's it's a moment that tenants have to ask themselves. I lost my job. I can't pay my rent in my entitled to my whole and those tenants who are targeted by corporate developers for evictions are the ones that felt that the most usually those communities that are being gentrified but now everyone is feeling it so this is an important moment and I think we cannot miss this moment. Yeah I was GonNa ask you about gentrification obviously housing rates through the roof over the past decade or so a lot of gentrification in downtown in the east side the really side of La at least. How do you see this corona virus crisis affecting all of those different housing movements? While I think it's just going to supercharge them like I said we've had Hundreds at least in our local alone. We've had hundreds of emails tenants who cannot pay their rent and we're talking a lot of people that work in the GIG economy. I mean just a whole range from working class poor to lower middle class and so this is just you know it's just really supercharge. The organizing and people are waking up. Like wait a minute. You know the situation here in L. A. is terrible with rents and with the lack of protections for tenants and affordability. You know things have to change. And it's just things cannot continue the way they are and the governor and the Mayor Local Government and state government are only providing solutions. That would have worked for the previous crisis of affordability. We need something stronger now. And that's not going to happen without tenants coming together so right now in your apartment complex. A lot of you're staying at home. What's the mood like like? How do you folks interact with each other at all in at your apartment? Well there's only four units in my building so we do keep a distance from each other We do sometimes leave notes on each other's doors or slip them under the door. We want to communicate We HAVE SET UP. Watts threads in other buildings. There are twelve twenty units and that were. They're all able to communicate with each other. So the that's the method of communication between your neighbors is very very important. So you said earlier tents especially in southern California they could vary wildly from a retiree on the West side to documented folks to even hipsters. Do you see this corona virus crisis uniting these disparate groups under the banner of not being able to pay rent. Yes absolutely this is again. This is a unique opportunity to really build a movement. That is just not citywide but it state-wide it was already happening before the groundwork has already been laid out and and and this is the moment to really just catcher all that that angst and all that worry and really put hard questions to people. The old system work. How easy is it for you to lose your home if there is no human right to housing? And it's a privilege for you to have your home than that privilege so. This is an important moment that I think is an inflection point for anyone who rents in the city of L. A. And it brings everybody together rich or poor black or brown. I mean this is how we have to see the landscape. Thank you so much for this interview. Absolutely ridiculous though. Thanks for listening to listen to the rest of grown virus in California stories from the front lines subscribed today on Apple podcast Badeah Fi. Or wherever you get your podcasts. See you there and stay safe..

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