The city unveiled the next phase of its migrant response and resettlement efforts, which imposes limits on how long people can stay in city-run shelters based on when they arrived. The city says this is meant to free up shelter space and fast track resettlement efforts. Reset hears from volunteers Erika Villegas and Debra Michaud about how they're preparing to help people navigate these limits. For more conversations like this, check out our entire catalog of interviews at wbez.org/reset.
While the state's family shelter system is in crisis, adult shelters filled earlier than normal this fall. Many are operating over capacity, and advocates are calling for action from the state.
The Massachusetts emergency shelter system is officially overburdened, according to state data, and officials say they have to turn away families while putting them on a waitlist. While the ongoing migrant crisis is contributing to this, there are other factors forcing residents onto the streets, including inflation and the skyrocketing cost of housing. Pine Street Inn in Boston has been working for years to create more permanent supportive housing in the Boston area, hoping to uplift those who find themselves at their lowest and help them get back on their feet. Lyndia Downie returns to the show to update Nichole on their efforts and talk about what's fueling the Commonwealth's housing emergency.
John 6 - 1:09 . John 7 - 12:28 . John 8 - 20:52 . In today's passage, Jesus feeds 5,000 people with five loaves and two fish. Those who received this free meal begin looking for Jesus, not because of the sign itself but because of what they can get out of it. Here, Jesus begins teaching strange things, saying that his disciples must eat his flesh and drink blood, and after hearing this, many abandon Jesus. Later, during the Festival of Shelters, Jesus goes to Judea to preach and teach even though some of the Jews were trying to kill him. The crowd is divided about whether or not he is the Messiah. When Jesus calls God his Father and says “before Abraham was, I am.” they pick up stones to kill him.:::Christian Standard Bible translation.All music written and produced by John Burgess Ross.Co-produced by Bobby Brown, Katelyn Pridgen, Eric Williamson & the Christian Standard Biblefacebook.com/commuterbibleinstagram.com/commuter_bibletwitter.com/CommuterPodpatreon.email@example.com
Vancouver is stepping up enforcement on illegal shelters in Crab Park. The latest travel news with Claire Newell of Travel Best Bets! Have you ever dreamed of owning an island? Three BC islands that cost less than the average Greater Vancouver house are up for sale.
For medical professionals navigating the intricacies of finance and retirement planning, understanding the distinctions between retirement account options is crucial. Two popular choices, the Sep IRA and the Solo 401K, present distinctive benefits and considerations. Here, we break down the key elements of each, shedding light on their respective advantages and limitations.
Dr Angie Pepper in a Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Roehampton in the UK. She works in moral and political philosophy, and has published papers on, among other topics, animals' right to privacy, animals' political agency, and what we owe to animals in light of climate change. In this episode, we discuss the collection The Ethics of Animal Shelters, which Angie co-edited with Valery Giroux and Kristin Voigt, including both the guidelines and recommendations in Part I of the book, and Angie's chapter ‘Caring in Non-Ideal Conditions: Animal Rescue Organizations and Morally Justified Killing' in part II of the book. The Ethics of Animal Shelters was published in 2023 by Oxford University Press.
Slam the Gavel welcomes Laurie Reynolds to the Podcast. Laurie is a Mother of three. Laurie Reynolds and her two children (at the time) had began experiencing domestic violence shortly after she married. After the mother started a DivorceCare class at her church and had started counseling at the domestic violence shelter, DCF had placed the children back into the abuse. On August 2017, her ex was registered with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children as a kidnapper when he disappeared with her nursing daughter Skye, who was two. Meredith Morrisson was the case manager. However, on October 30th, 2018, her ex fell into a prolonged coma for over 30 days at Flagler Hospital in Saint Augustine, FL. After some investigating, it was found he was on the renal care floor. Laurie's attorney had filed for an emergency pickup of her children. The judge had stated the placing of her children with non-relative "former neighbors," was "unlawful and highly disfavourable" [sic]. He had postponed the hearing and her ex-husband had "miraculously" stumbled out of the hospital literally to the next hearing and the children were placed back with him. In July, three months later, the judge decided to leave the two children there. Laurie was deemed substantially compliant according to Florida law, a DCF investigator of 25 years testified that the children should be returned to her. There had been no mention of the kidnapping, the strangulation, the assault and battery and the neglect, although the children stated they had no food. Their little brother, Silas, had remained and was placed with Laurie after his birth, as Putnam County saw no reason to keep any of the three children away. Laurie explained why you should avoid Domestic Violence Shelters in depth.To Reach Laurie: firstname.lastname@example.orgThis episode of Slam the Gavel is sponsored by CPSprotect Consulting Services. A Child Protective Services case is one of the most frightening experiences for any parent. Don't face it alone. Face it with confidence! With UrgentAssist by CPSprotect, you can have access to former CPS investigators to make sure you preserve your rights and protect your family. If you're facing CPS involvement and aren't sure where to turn, their child welfare consultants can help you. Visit cpsprotect.com/subscribe and enter the coupon code: SlamTheGavel for 10% off your first year of UrgentAssist AVAILABLE in ALL 50 STATES.Web:www.cpsprotect.comSupportshow(https://www.buymeacoffee.com/maryannpetri)https://www.buzzsprout.com/1364944/subscribehttp://www.dismantlingfamilycourtcorruption.com/ --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/maryann-petri/support
Slam the Gavel welcomes Laurie Reynolds to the Podcast. Laurie is a Mother of three. Laurie Reynolds and her two children (at the time) had began experiencing domestic violence shortly after she married. After the mother started a DivorceCare class at her church and had started counseling at the domestic violence shelter, DCF had placed the children back into the abuse. On August 2017, her ex was registered with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children as a kidnapper when he disappeared with her nursing daughter Skye, who was two. Meredith Morrisson was the case manager. However, on October 30th, 2018, her ex fell into a prolonged coma for over 30 days at Flagler Hospital in Saint Augustine, FL. After some investigating, it was found he was on the renal care floor. Laurie's attorney had filed for an emergency pickup of her children. The judge had stated the placing of her children with non-relative "former neighbors," was "unlawful and highly disfavourable" [sic]. He had postponed the hearing and her ex-husband had "miraculously" stumbled out of the hospital literally to the next hearing and the children were placed back with him. In July, three months later, the judge decided to leave the two children there. Laurie was deemed substantially compliant according to Florida law, a DCF investigator of 25 years testified that the children should be returned to her. There had been no mention of the kidnapping, the strangulation, the assault and battery and the neglect, although the children stated they had no food. Their little brother, Silas, had remained and was placed with Laurie after his birth, as Putnam County saw no reason to keep any of the three children away. Laurie explained why you should avoid Domestic Violence Shelters in depth.To Reach Laurie: email@example.comThis episode of Slam the Gavel is sponsored by CPSprotect Consulting Services. A Child Protective Services case is one of the most frightening experiences for any parent. Don't face it alone. Face it with confidence! With UrgentAssist by CPSprotect, you can have access to former CPS investigators to make sure you preserve your rights and protect your family. If you're facing CPS involvement and aren't sure where to turn, their child welfare consultants can help you. Visit cpsprotect.com/subscribe and enter the coupon code: SlamTheGavel for 10% off your first year of UrgentAssist AVAILABLE in ALL 50 STATES.Web:www.cpsprotect.comSupportshow(https://www.buymeacoffee.com/maryannpetri)https://www.buzzsprout.com/1364944/subscribehttp://www.dismantlingfamilycourtcorruption.com/Support the showSupportshow(https://www.buymeacoffee.com/maryannpetri)http://www.dismantlingfamilycourtcorruption.com/
Many of the tens of thousands of Bedouin living in unrecognized villages and shanty towns in the Negev do not have bomb shelters. Since October 7, they too have been targeted by Hamas and Islamic Jihad rockets launched from the Gaza Strip. Seven members of the Bedouin community have been killed by rockets. The Israeli humanitarian NGO IsraAID, working in partnership with AJEEC-NISPED and the Tamar Center is now delivering and installing protective spaces for some of these unrecognized Bedouin villages. The temporary shelters will offer a degree of protection for them for the ongoing missile fire. In the initial phase of this project about 40 protected spaces were installed, and painted, in unrecognized Bedouin villages in Israel's south. Reporter Arieh O'Sullivan spoke with Kher el-Baz, the chairman of AJEEC-NISPED. (photo: courtesy) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Parks and Lands division of Clark County Public Works has identified the need to replace the roofs of several structures at Hazel Dell Community Park, for the long-term preservation and usability of these structures. https://tinyurl.com/2ernd5xv #ParksandLands #ClarkCountyWa #PublicWorks #RoofReplacement #HazelDellCommunityPark #Preservation #Usability #PicnicShelter #Restrooms #VancouverWa #ClarkCountyWa #ClarkCountyNews #ClarkCountyToday
Thinking about installing a heat pump? Worried about how it would perform in the extreme cold of an Alberta winter? We get some insight into the cost, performance and reliability of the heat-source from Belinda Gilbey, Co-Founder of “Bondi Energy”. Two weeks ago, Canadian grocers testified before Parliament about plans to stabilize prices. Now that the November 2nd government ‘deadline' has come and gone for the ‘grocery giants' to take some action, where is the relief for consumers? We tackle the topic with Janet Music from the ‘Agri-Food Analytics Lab' at Dalhousie University. Finally, it's a unique program which provides gently used jewelry to Women's Shelters across Canada. We learn all about this year's “Gems for Gems” Jewelry Drive from the Founder herself, Jordan Guildford.
State Emergency Assistance Director Scott Rice said the state could hit the shelter cap in next two days during a press conference at the State House today. WBZ's Nichole Davis reports:
It’s been four months since the July 1 deadline for Oregon cities to establish codes on where and when people experiencing homelessness can camp outside. We’ll hear from two low-barrier shelters on what has changed in their communities since then. Evan Hendrix is the director of navigation services at Shepherd's House Ministries in Bend. Terry McDonald is the executive director of St. Vincent de Paul of Lane County. They both join us to share more on what demand has been like for their services and how these codes are affecting people experiencing homelessness.
-Today we're talking with Megan Landreth, Farm Administrator of the Veterans Healing Farm in Hendersonville, NC. -Established in 2013 by John and Nicole Mahshie, the Veterans Healing Farm is celebrating its 10th year of helping our Veteran community. Their focus is on improving the mental, emotional, and physical well-being of our nation's Veterans and their families. Everything grown at the Farm is donated back to the community. Distributing produce at the local VA Medical Center, Veterans Restoration Quarters, Food Pantries, Rescue Missions, Women's Shelters and other organizations in need. ⭐For more info! https://www.veteranshealingfarm.org/ ⭐Podcast Coming Soon!⭐
As Grace 242 rises to our new worship home, we are looking at the rise of the temple in Jerusalem. In 2 Chronicles 7:8-10 the people return home from the temple celebration with great joy. How can we impact our world so full of sadness? We cultivate the joy of the Lord in our own lives. Series: RiseScripture Reading: 2 Chronicles 7:8-10
Thomas "TUTMOSE" Smith with [THE ART-KNOLOGY SHOW] This week we will discuss Current Events happening right now. Hot of the Press. Several things are happening from Politics, to Economics, to Sports, to Technology. We will attempt to separate the News from the Propaganda. Are we on the Verge of World War 3? US is currently funding a war in Ukraine against Russia and a war against Islam at the same time. Is this sustainable? Also. The US is provoking China to attack Taiwan, the Philippines, and even Japan. Is the US in over there heads? Will will discuss the Geopolitical affairs happening globally. The US Migrant crisis has entered into a new phase, let simply call it Winter. Migrants in tents vs extreme cold, heavy winds, snow and and rainy winter of the North East and Midwest. Schools, Police Stations, Fire Houses and Shelters are overwhelmed with Illegal Aliens and US citizens are outraged. What should be done with these folks? Many and much more. Special Guest will be Brother Bragg. Bragg is an elder, a historian and has a wealth of knowledge.Round○Table aka Mound
All Local Morning for Thursday, October 26th, 2023 NYPD on the hunt for thieves riding mopeds... a pro-Palestine protest outside the CUNY Grad Center...City Hall says less than 20% of migrants are returning to NYC shelters
Canadian journalist Nora Loreto reads the latest headlines for Thursday, October 26, 2023.TRNN has partnered with Loreto to syndicate her daily news digest and share it with our audience—tune in every morning on the TRNN podcast feed to hear about the latest important news stories from Canada and around the world.Find more headlines from Nora at Sandy & Nora Talk Politics podcast feed.Help us continue producing radically independent news and in-depth analysis by following us and becoming a monthly sustainer:Donate: https://therealnews.com/donate-podSign up for our newsletter: https://therealnews.com/newsletter-podLike us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/therealnewsFollow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/therealnews
Michael Wallace has the top stories from the WCBS newsroom.
More than 3,000 homeless families are now in hotels and motels that often don't have toys, books, or play spaces for children. There's a new push to get these youngsters better access to stimulating environments and activities. Experts say it's key for brain development.
Justin Garritt is a former Maryland teacher turned financial advisor. On this episode, Justin does a deep dive with us regarding open enrollment, health benefits and options for teachers to store their money and legally hide money from the IRS. According to Justin, "Part of why America's wealth gap is widening is because our financial system is not set up to support middle class Americans. It infuriates me that selfless and dedicated educators are kept from the high-quality, unbiased, affordable financial services often reserved for those contributing far less to society. So-called “financial professionals” who earn commission by selling you expensive life insurance plans or unnecessary 403b products do not deserve your trust or investment! I am tired of seeing my fellow overworked, underappreciated, service-minded Americans have their financial futures taken out from under them, unable to live the life of their dreams. Educators, young professionals, healthcare heroes, and first responders deserve better." Justin's Websitehttps://garrittfinancialsolutions.com/
At a recent event held at Harvard University the author and professor Gregg Colburn spoke to chiefs of staff and deputy mayors of 30 large US cities, and we're releasing the audio of that speech with a bonus question and answer session. Listen to Colburn discuss the role of housing availability in homelessness, and explain how even when individual factors such as mental illness and substance abuse contribute to homelessness, the root cause is the lack of affordable housing. Colburn emphasizes the need for a structural solution to the housing crisis, as well as the importance of clear messaging and evidence-based interventions. Music credit: Summer-Man by KetsaAbout Data-Smart City SolutionsData-Smart City Solutions, housed at the Bloomberg Center for Cities at Harvard University, is working to catalyze the adoption of data projects on the local government level by serving as a central resource for cities interested in this emerging field. We highlight best practices, top innovators, and promising case studies while also connecting leading industry, academic, and government officials. Our research focus is the intersection of government and data, ranging from open data and predictive analytics to civic engagement technology. We seek to promote the combination of integrated, cross-agency data with community data to better discover and preemptively address civic problems. To learn more visit us online and follow us on Twitter.
For a new pilot project to address homelessness in the province, the Nova Scotia government has earmarked $7.5 million to build 200 temporary rapid-response shelters. Amy King is the founder and CEO of Pallet, the American company producing those shelters.
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Michael Wallace has the top stories from the WCBS newsroom.
We speak with the founder and CEO of "Pallet," the company that's providing rapid response shelters to Nova Scotia.
Eliana Sagarin, a friend of Bob Sirott who lives in Tel Aviv, joins him to talk about the recent sirens in Tel-Aviv and how newer apartments are built with bomb shelters. She also shares details about people singing the Israeli anthem from their balconies at night and whether or not people still go about their […]
The Houston government has unveiled funding for 200 prefabricated shelters, a 52-unit tiny home community, and a designated winterized campground with RV and trailer hook-ups. Minister of Community Services Trevor Boudreau talks about the plans.
Chris Finlay began investing in real estate early in his career as a commercial airline pilot with Eastern Airlines. Casual investing soon evolved into a major commercial real estate business, and in 1983 Chris resigned from Eastern to concentrate exclusively on the Finlay Company. During the ensuing years, Chris grew the company into one of the largest real estate firms in New England. In 1990, he began to focus on real estate development and over the next fifteen years developed, constructed, and managed approximately 40 multifamily and senior housing communities and luxury condominiums. The Great Recession of 2008 provided numerous investment opportunities in the multifamily arena, and after a few years of investing for his own account, Chris established Lloyd Jones to offer outside investors an opportunity to participate in his acquisitions. A few years later, he added senior living and development subsidiaries to capitalize on the exploding demand for senior housing. More recently, seeing acquisition opportunities in the hospitality industry, he added a hotel investment division. Today, Chris leverages his successful 43-year track record and experience to lead Lloyd Jones and all its subsidiaries as chairman and CEO. Chris's education includes Upper Canada College and post-graduate studies at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. He has also completed extensive industry training. He is on the board of the National Multifamily Housing Council, a member of The American Seniors Housing Association, and a strong supporter of Shelters to Shutters, a non-profit organized to connect individuals facing homelessness to opportunities for employment and housing within the multifamily community. What You Will Learn: Who is Christopher Finlay? How did he get involved with the real estate industry? How does multi-family bloom? What are the certain parts of the country that they are focusing on? Christopher shares his thoughts about the buying opportunities now. What is the timeline as far as the baby boomer generation and that increase in demand for senior housing? It's hard to beat multi-family or rental housing as an investment. Christopher shares how he can be contacted. Additional Resources from Christopher Finlay: Website: https://lloydjonesllc.com/invest-with-us/ Phone: 1 (772) 203 - 0183 Email: email@example.com Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisfinlay/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LIoydJonesLLC/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/lloydjonesllc Twitter: https://twitter.com/LloydJonesLLC YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCakP0qjpqugjoHAxYQjeBgA Attention Investors and Agents Are you looking to grow your business? Need to connect with aggressive like-minded people like yourself? We have all the right tools, knowledge, and coaching to positively effect your bottom line. Visit:http://globalinvestoragent.com/join-gia-team to see what we can offer and to schedule your FREE consultation! Our NEW book is out...order yours NOW! Global Investor Agent: How Do You Thrive Not Just Survive in a Market Shift? Get your copy here: https://amzn.to/3SV0khX HEY! You should be in class this coming Monday (MNL). It's Free and packed with actions you should take now! Here's the link to register: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_sNMjT-5DTIakCFO2ronDCg
Head of development and community relations at Orphans of the Storm, Sandy DeLisle talks about their upcoming 95th Anniversary Gala October 13, at Independence Grove in Libertyville. DeLisle discusses why shelters are filling up in the ‘burbs, and her answers are surprising. DeLisle, in an effort to get a message across about the dogs most often in […]
Shelters are filled to the brim on both sides of the US-Mexico border with people seeking asylum in the United States. The US government says there have been at least 230,000 encounters with migrants since August. Families and other groups have waded through the Rio Grande to eventually get across. They are part of a wave of people making the dangerous trek through Central America. So, what do their journeys look like and why are they happening now? In this episode: John Holman (@johnholman100), Al Jazeera correspondent Episode credits: This episode was produced by Ashish Malhotra, Sonia Bhagat and our host Malika Bilal. Sarí el-Khalili and Amy Walters fact-checked this episode. Our sound designer is Alex Roldan. Our lead of audience development and engagement is Aya Elmileik and Adam Abou-Gad is our engagement producer. Alexandra Locke is The Take's executive producer, and Ney Alvarez is Al Jazeera's head of audio. Connect with us: @AJEPodcasts on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook
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TONIGHT: The show begins in Ottawa and Delhi as Canada and India trade diplomatic gestures of disdain. The show travels to NYC shelters to puzzle the mandates from City Hall. From British Columbia to London and Washington and Canberra in search of evidence of the PM remarks. Attention to the failed Ukraine counter offensive. And to the ceasefire in Nagorni Karabakh. A last wave to WesterCiv at Stanford. 1912 Kyiv
TONIGHT: The show begins in the migrant shelters in New York and travels to the 1964 Big Bang Theory peril from the James Webb Space Telescope under review. From Shanghai to Pyongyang; from Beijing to Taipei. Much focus on Ukraine and Russia war plans, and on NATO's future after Ukraine tragedy. Look at the G20 in Delhi, and the constitutional clash in Jerusalem. Photo: 1912 Kaiser SMS No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow
A plea deal struck between the DOJ and Hunter Biden is on hold after a judge said she wants more information about whether the deal extends to any prosecution related to his business dealings. Soldiers in Niger have announced a coup, imposing a curfew and closing borders in a country that is a key U.S. ally in West Africa. And there are widespread reports of inhumane conditions at a large migrant shelter in New York City.Want more comprehensive analysis of the most important news of the day, plus a little fun? Subscribe to the Up First newsletter.Up First is produced by Nina Kravinsky and Ana Perez. Our editors are Reena Advani, Krishnadev Calamur, Katia Riddle, Michael Sullivan and Amra Pasic. Our technical director is Zac Coleman with engineering support from Stacey Abbott.