Leagues denied access to public playing fields – One News Page

by admin on June 25, 2020

$47,500.

Even just the limitedscope of the people it defines,there may not be enough moneythere.

So $47,500 isaspirational, but it’s notmandated.”ACCORDING TO GOVERNOR DESANTISTHE BILL TAKES FLORIDA FROMBEING 26TH IN THE NATION FORBASE TEACHER PAY TO 5TH.FLORIDA FARMWORKERS ARE ASKINGFOR A SEAT AT THE GOVERNOR’STABLETHIS COMES AS CORONAVIRUSNUMBERS CONTINUE TO RISESTATEWIDE, PARTICULARLY INFARMING COMMUNITIES LIKEIMMOKALEE.AND JUST A WEEK AFTER GOVERNORRON DESANTIS COMMENTED ONCROWDED CONDITIONS AMONGHISPANIC FARMWORKERS.A COALITION OF ORGANIZATIONS –“THE MIGRANT SERVICE PROVIDERS,”CALLED THE GOVERNOR OUT ON HISCOMMENTS… SAYING HE’S MAKINGAG WORKERS THE SCAPEGOAT FOR THESPIKE IN COVID-19 CASES.THEY ALSO ASKED THE GOVERNOR TOREINSTATE THE ADVISORY COUNCILON FARMWORKERS… WHICH A SOCIALWORK EXPERT CLAIMS, COULDBENEFIT FARMERS DEPENDING ON WHOTHE GOVERNOR ALLOWS ON BOARD.As long as they engage withorganizations like the Coalitionfor Immokalee Workers, theImmokalee Grassroots Movement,and the farmworkers themselves.HE ADDED IT’S NOT TOO LATE TOSLOW THE SPREAD OF COVID-19AMONG FARM WORKERS.BUT IT’S GOING TO TAKE PROVIDINGTHEM WITH THE PROPER RESOURCESTO DO IT.NEW TONIGHT AT TEN … AIN’TNOBODY GOT TIME FOR THIS.FORT MYERS POLICE ARE LOOKINGFOR THIS MAN, WHO THEY SAY PAIDFOR A ROLEX WITH A STOLENCHECK… THEN MADE OFF WITH TWO*MORE* ROLEXES BEFORE LEAVING.POLICE SAID THE MAN ARRIVED AT AJEWELRY STORE AND ’BOUGHT’ AROLEX AND A GOLD NECKLACE WITHWHAT TURNED OUT TO BE A STOLENCHECK FROM GEORGIA.THEY SAY HE THEN TOOK TWOADDITIONAL WATCHES FROM A REPAIRCOUNTER BEFORE LEAVING.HE WAS SEEN IN A GRAY LAND ROVERDISCOVERY WITH ALABAMA TAGS.IF YOU RECOGNIZE THE MAN -OR-THE VEHICLE, YOU’RE ASKED TOCALL DETECTIVES AT(239)478-6361.GOVERNOR RON SIGNS A BILL INTOLAW ..

THAT’S SUPPOSED TO PAVETHE WAY FOR CHILDREN FROMLOW-INCOME BACKGROUNDS TO HAVETHE TOOLS THEY NEED TO EXCEL INSCHOOL AND IN LIFE.THE LAW EXPAND’S FLORIDA’SFAMILY EMPOWERMENT SCHOLARSHIP,WHICH IS DESIGNED TO HELPCHILDREN FROM LOW-INCOME ANDWORKING CLASS FAMILIES GET INTOTHE SCHOOLS THAT BEST FIT THEIRNEEDS.THE GOVERNOR SAID THEEXPANSION WILL EFFECTIVELY CLEARTHE WAIT LIST FOR THESCHOLARSHIP, AND WILL HELPAROUND 30-THOUSAND STUDENTS INFLORIDA EVERY YEAR.A PRECARIOUS PLACE FOR RESCUETEAMS TRYING TO FREE AHELICOPTER PILOT – HOW THE PILOTPOTENTIALLY SAVED LIVES…AND THERE’S LIGHTNING ANDTHUNDER ROLLING ACROSS SOUTHWESTFLORIDA- THIS VIDEO FROM FOX 4TRACKING LOCAL CRIME FOR YOUTONIGHT…THE MAN CHARGED IN THE DEATH OFFLORIDA FISH AND WILDLIFEOFFICER JULIAN KEEN HAS PLEADEDNOT GUILTY.20-YEAR-OLD ELICEO HERNANDEZ ISCHARGED WITH NEGLIGENT HOMICIDE.DEPUTIES SAY HERNANDEZ SHOT ANDKILLED OFFICER KEEN WHEN HECONFRONTED HIM IN A HIT-AND-RUNOVER A WEEK AGO.

THREE PEOPLEWERE ORIGINALLY TAKEN INTOCUSTODY IN CONNECTION WITHKEEN’S DEATH, BUT HENDRY COUNTYSHERIFF’S OFFICE SAYS ONLYHERNANDEZ IS CHARGED.TONIGHT, CAPE CORAL POLICE ARESTILL LOOKING FOR THE PERSON WHOSHOT AT PEOPLE WHILE EATINGDINNER ON A RESTAURANT PATIOIT HAPPENED AROUND 10 O CLOCKLAST NIGHT AT HURRICANE WINGSOFF OF PINE ISLAND ROAD.POLICE SAY A CAR DROVE BY ANDSHOT FOUR OR FIVE TIMES INTO THERESTAURANTTHANKFULLY – THE ONLY INJURY ISA MAN WHO WAS GRAZED BY ABULLETTHIS SHOOTING FOLLOWS A STRINGOF OTHER VIOLENT CRIMES REPORTEDIN CAPE CORAL OVER THE LAST TWOWEEKSBUT CAPE CORAL POLICE SAY THERECENT CRIMES DON’T INDICATE ANUPTICK”It may look like that, but twoof the incidents that we’ve hadare domestic, and the other onesare random.”O’GRADY SAYS THE DEPARTMENT HASSEEN ROUGHLY 100-MORE DOMESTICVIOLENCE CASES COMPARED TO THISTIME LAST YEAROFFICIALS ARE STILLINVESTIGATING LAST NIGHT’SDRIVE-BY SHOOTING SO FAR NOARRESTS HAVE BEEN MADETONIGHT WERE GETTING SOMEANSWERS ABOUT CONFUSIONREGARDING LEAGUE PLAY VERSUSPRACTICE AT PUBLIC FIELDS INFORT MYERS.4 IN YOUR CORNERS LESLIEDELABOUR SPOKE WITH A FRUSTRATEDSOFTBALL COACH WHO SAYS HE’SBEEN GIVEN THE RUNAROUND ANDWANTS ANSWERS(15-30)SEEN HERE IN THESE IMAGES MIGUELVARGAS CAPTURED LAST NIGHT, ONHIS WAY HOME HE WAS CONFUSED WHYWHAT HE PRESUMED WAS A SOCCERTOURNAMENT BY THE SOUTHWESTFLORIDA LATIN AMERICAN SOCCERLEAGUE WAS TAKING PLACE AT BILLYBOWLEGS PARK AFTER HE NOTICEDTHE FIELD LIGHTS WERE ONthere’s not supposed to belights on from what i was toldso i pull in just to check itout, and i walk right in, i meanbilly bowlegs in gated.

So thegate was open and i walk in with20, 30 people, we walk in, wewalk all the way to the back andthere is an adult soccer leaguegoing onMIGUEL, A SOFTBALL COACH, SAYSHE AND HIS LEAGUE HAVE BEENTRYING TO RESERVE FIELDS PERAPPROVAL OF THE CITY, BUT HAVEBEEN PUSHED TO THE SIDEand i get no where, call aftercall, after call and i getpushed to the sideoh i got to talk to this guy, ohi got to talk to that guy, thisguy will call you back or i willcall you back, it might not betoday but it might be tomorrowVARGAS TELLS ME HE SUBMITTEDPAPERWORK, COMPLYING WITH CDCGUDILINES SUCH AS SOCIALDISTANCING,well they sent me an emailsaying how i would keep peoplesafe, and i sent them myguidelines of what I’m going todo, hand sanitizer wipes, i evenwent and bought a temperaturescanner for everyone to see ifthey are sick.BUT SAYS HE HAS YET TO GET ANAPPROVAL.

WE REACHED OUT TO THECITY OF FORT MYERS WHO SAID IN ASTATEMENTThe city recreation division wascontacted by the SouthwestFlorida Latin American SoccerLeague about their desire toutilize Billy Bowlegs field forpractice.

The criteria for allrecreation partners iscompliance with CDC guidelines(currently 25 people at a timeor less)and having the league sign ahold harmless waiver, which wasprovided to the city by theindividual requesting thereservation.The league scheduleda practice on June 24 at 7:30p.m.

At this time, anyone canreserve the field for practicepurposes.BUT NONETHELESS VARGAS SAYS, HEHAS NOT YET STEPPED FOOT ON AFIELD IN LEE COUNTYwe just want answers from thesoftball league and how theywant us to run the softballleague, tell us what to do toprotect people and we’ll do itAND AGAIN THE CITY SAYS YES, YOUCAN USE PUBLIC FIELDS FORSPECIFICALLY PRACTICE PURPOSES,AND TO DO SO BE SURE TO CALL THECITY RECREATIVE DIVISION AT 239321 7527.

OUTSIDE BILLY BOWLEGSPARK LDF4IYCA HELICOPTER CRASHED THISAFTERNOON AT TRADEWINDS PARK INCOCONUT CREEK IN BROWARDCOUNTY..IT WENT DOWN IN A HEAVILY WOODEDAREA OF A PARK,OFFICIALS SAID THE PILOT AND THEHELICOPTER WERE HELPING OUT ANEARBY CONSTRUCTION JOB MOVE ALARGE PIPE FROM ONE SIDE TO THEOTHER WHEN THE CHOPPER GOT AMECHANICAL ISSUE.A RESCUE HELICOPTER CREW HOISTEDTHE PILOT ..WHO HAD MINORINJURIES OUT OF THE WRECKAGEAREA.

WE’RE TOLD THE PILOTMANEUVERED THE CHOPPER TO AVOIDHITTING THE CONSTRUCTION CREWBELOW.TOYOTA IS RECALLING THOUSANDS OFVEHICLES.

IF YOU OWN A PRIUS,YOU’LL WANT TO STAY WITH US.AND LATER, “RESHORING” SOUNDSLIKE A VACATION PLAN – BUT IT’SACTUALLY AN EFFICIENT WAY TOTOYOTA IS RECALLING HUNDREDS OFTHOUSANDS OF ITS ELECTRICVEHICLES OVER AN ISSUE WITH ITSFAIL-SAFE MODE.IT ENCOMPASSES APPROXIMATELY267-THOUSAND ’PRIUS’ AND ’PRIUSV’ MODELS IN THE U-S.ACCORDING TO TOYOTA– THEFAIL-SAFE DRIVING MODE INCERTAIN VEHICLES DOES NOT ACT ASINTENDED AND COULD LOSE POWERAND STALL…TOYOTA PLANS TO NOTIFY EFFECTEDOWNERS OF THE RECALL BY LATEAUGUST.OWNERS CAN TAKE THEIR CARS TODEALERS FOR AN UPDATE OF THEIRSYSTEM SOFTWARE AT NO CHARGE.THEY’RE CUTE – THEY’RE CUDDLY -AND *COSTLY*!

WHAT YOU NEED TOKEEP IN MIND IF YOU’RE LOOKINGFOR SOME COMPANY DURING THEPANDEMIC.DO YOU ACHE FOR A GLASS OF MEADOR TO HEAR THE KINGDOM BARDSSING?

WE CAN’TWELCOME BACK TO FOX 4 NEWS ATTEN, I’M JANE MONREAL WORKINGFROM HOME TONIGHT..

PATRICKJOINS US FROM THE STUDIO IN JUSTA MOMENT.THE NEWEST NUMBERS OUT TODAYSHOW NEARLY 20-MILLION PEOPLEARE STILL UNEMPLOYED.ALICIA NIEVES LOOKS AT A PUSH TOBRING JOBS BACK TO THE U-S..

BUTSHOWS US WHY A JOB OVERSEASWON’T NECESSARILY EQUAL A JOBHERE IN THE U-S.Since the start of hispresidency, president trump hastalked aboutgettingmanufacturing companiesto come back to theU.S…or:”reshoring”.And now,with unemployment at a historichigh…another 1.5 millionpeople filing jobless claimslast week…And still 19.5million continued claims orpeople unemployed…The idea ofreshoring is being revisited bycongress.With some on the hillproposing reshoring incentivesfor companies in thenextstimulus package.(@5:45)”There are a lot ofpotential ways that theadministration and congresscouldcome up with tax subsidiesand tax breaks for companiesthat produceshere.”Ed Yardeni isan economist and the Presidentof Yardeni Research.While hebelieves there could be somejobs created by company’sreshoringin the U.S…It’s hardto say how many.(@8:57)”clearly bringingback jobs would be great, but Idon’t think we goback to the70’s and 80s where we had a lotmore people employed.”That’spartly because, many companiesthat would consider reshoring,wouldalso consider usingartificialintelligence.(@7:37)”I would think thatif you are reshoring and bringproduction back tothe U.S. youare going to use state of theart technology to do that, soI’mnot sure it is going to be ahuge win-win in terms ofjobs.”Experts believe companiesthat would most likely considerreshoring… wouldbe those inthe pharmaceutical andtechnology sector.

Their reasonfor themove is likely less forjob creation and more because ofnationalsecurityconcerns.(@16:22)”there are somethings that a kind ofinevitable.We are going tobeproducing more drugs hereandwe are going to be much morecircumspectabout sharingtechnological innovations thatwe have come up with.”Eitherway,experts say to get more jobsout of reshoring… employersmight have to think aboutretraining their employees.(@19:08)”Maybe what we need is tocombine reshoring with reallyfocusing on re-educating a lotof the labor force so that theycan manage the robots, buildtherobots, program the robots asopposed to doing the job therobots aredoing.”I’m AliciaNieves reportingAS FLORIDA ADDS ANOTHER FIVETHOUSAND COVID CASES TO ITSTOTAL TODAY━ SOME EMPLOYEESHAVE DECIDED TO HOLD OFF ONTHEIR RETURN TO WORK, RATHERTHAN RISK EXPOSURE.STATE OFFICIALS HAVE YET TO SAYHOW MANY HAVE REFUSED TO RETURNTO WORK HER━BU━ UNDER STATE LAW━ VIRUSCONCERNS AREN’T ENOUGH TO GETBENEFITS.MANY WHO WANT STATE AID WILLNEED TO PROVE THEY HAVE ANUNDERLYING CONDITION THAT COULDBE MADE WORSE FROM THE VIRUS.TO DO THAT━ CLAIMANTS NEED ANOTE FROM A DOCTOR… AND PROOFAN EMPLOYER IS UNABLE TO OFFERSAFER OPTIONS━ LIKE WORKINGFROM HOME.THOSE WE SPOKE WITH WHO AREREFUSING TO WORK SAID FEAR OFTHE VIRUS SHOULD BE ENOUGH.”you trust your government tomake the right decisions and payyou back━ we’re in a globalpandemic.

Florida is about to bethe next epicenter the way thatour numbers are going.”YOU CAN TAKE YOUR CLAIM UP WITHD-E-O VIA THE STATE’SUNEMPLOYMENT WEBSITE━ BUTOFFICIALS WARN THE FEDERALGOVERNMENT WILL LIKELY PULL ITSBENEFITS FOR GENERAL VIRUSCONCERNS.IF YOUR CLAIM IS DENIE━ YOUHAVE 20 DAYS TO FILE AN APPEAL.HERE AT FOX 4 WE ARE COMITTED TOPROVIDING YOU WITH RESOURCES TOHELP YOU FEED YOUR FAMILY.MEALS OF HOPE IS HOSTING FREEMOBILE PANTRIES.TODAY’S LOCATION WAS AT THEGOLDEN GATE SENIOR CENTER, INNAPLES.

HUNDREDS OF FAMILIESDROVE UP, POPPED THEIR TRUNK,AND VOLUNTEERS FILLED IT UP.”we’ll have well over threehundred families…whole week”MEALS OF HOPE IS ALSO PARTNERINGWITH ’LAB-24’ TO OFFER *FREETESTING AT SOME OF ITS MOBILEPANTRIES.TESTING IS FOR ADULTS ANDCHILDREN.

VISIT ’FACEBOOK DOTCOM SLASH MEALS OF HOPE’… FORA FULL LIST OF LOCATIONS.FEELING LONELY AFTER 3 MONTHSWITHOUT GOING OUT MUCH?MANY PEOPLE ARE CHASINGTHOSE BLUES AWAY BY ADOPTING APANDEMIC PUPPY!

BUT BEFORE YOUDO ..

YOU MAY WANT TO HEAR FROM4 IN YOUR CORNER’S JOHN MATARESESO YOU DON’T WASTE YOUR MONEY.PUPPY SALES ANDADOPTIONS ARE SOARING AS ARESULT OF THE COVID PANDEMIC.BUT US NEWS AND WORLD REPORTSAYS YOU NEED TO WATCH OUT FORTWO THINGS:ONE, UNEXPECTEDCOSTS, ESPECIALLY IF YOU AREEARNING LESS MONEY THIS YEAR.AND TWO: PUPPY SCAMS!– IT SAYS SHELTERADOPTIONS MAY COST JUST 200DOLLARS, BUT YOU NEED TO FIGUREIN VET AND FOOD COSTS OFHUNDREDS MORE.– PUPPIES FROM ABREEDER CAN COST $1,000.– AND INEXPENSIVEPUPPIES ADVERTISED ONLINE AREOFTEN SCAMS.”Called him, couldn’t getthrough, that was the end of thecommunication.

Nothing.”JO IS ONE OFSEVERAL VIEWERS WHO TOLD ME THEYWIRED MONEY TO BREEDERS WHODISAPPEARED.TO PROTECTYOURSELF: NEVER SEND MONEY FORAN OUT-OF-TOWN PUPPY THAT YOUCANT SEE IN PERSON.MANY OF US WOULDLOVE A PANDEMIC PUPPY TO GETTHEM THROUGH THIS CRISIS…. BUTIF YOU LOSE HUNDREDS OFDOLLARS, IT WILL ONLY MAKETHINGS WORSE.JOHN MATARESEFOX 4 IN YOUR CORNER.THEME PARKS MAY NOT BE YOURTHING.

WHAT ABOUT “YE OLDERENAISSANCE FAIRE?” SPRING ANDSUMMER ARE THE TRADITIONALSEASONS OF RENAISSANCE FESTIVALSAROUND THE COUNTRY, BUT WITH THEPANDEMIC LEADING TO THEPOSTPONEMENT OR CANCELLATION OFTHE POPULAR EVENTS, SOME FAIRESHAVE TAKEN THE ACT ONLINE.

*SIRRICK DAMIGELLA VERILY REPORTS.*(40-50)(136-205)HISTORY TEACHES US THE BUBONICPLAGUE WHICH SWEPT MUCH OF THEWORLD IN THE 14TH CENTURY GAVERISE TO THE RENAISSANCE ERA.

BUTTHE COVID-19 PANDEMIC OF THE21ST CENTURY HAS NOT STOPPEDSOME RENAISSANCE FAIRES FROMTAKING PLACE.

VIRTUALLY, ANYWAY.WHEN COVID-19 SHUTTERED MASSGATHERINGS AROUND THE WORLD,SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA’S KORONEBURG(CORONA-BURG)RENAISSANCE FESTIVAL TOOK ITSSHOW ONLINE TO HELP MEMBERS OFTHE FAIRE COMMUNITY.”In general, what it’s done withthe the festival circuit as awhole is it’s taken away theability for a lot of theseperformers that rely on thecircuit for their income.

And alot of people live by going fromfestival to festival, selling orperforming and things like that.So it’s definitely had an effecton that community.”THE FESTIVAL RECOGNIZED THEBLACK LIVES MATTER MOVEMENTDURING A RECENT WEEKEND.”Black performers and vendors,because they’ve also beenaffected by the closures ofCOVID-19 and it’s important forthem to be able to make income.So if our platform can be usedto give them an ability to makeincome during this time whileeverything’s shut down, thenwe’d like to do that.”ONCE IT’S SAFE TO OPEN THE GATESAGAIN, THE BARON OF KORONEBURGIS READY TO WELCOME FAIRE GOERS.”And I know all of us who are apart of the festival just to letpeople come through our gatesand kind of escape reality.

AndI think it’s getting moreimportant every day.

As ourworld changes and it’s a placeto kind of go, go back and yes,even subject to plagues now andthen, but it is it is nice toreturn to a time of politenessand courtesy.

No matter who youare, no matter where you’refrom, you’re all welcome inKoroneburg.”HOISTING MY TANKARD OF MEAD INHOLLYWOOD, I’M RICK DAMIGELLA.A MAJOR NAME IN THE REPUBLICANPARTY SAYS IN NO UNCERTAIN TERMS- SHE’S VOTING FOR BIDEN.

WHYTHIS GOP’ER WHO RAN FOR PREZHERSELF SAYS NO TO TRUMP..ADVISERS ARE TELLING PRESIDENTFORMER REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIALCANDIDATE AND CEO OFHEWLETT-PACKARD CARLY FIORINASAID SHE WOULD BE VOTING FOR JOEBIDEN INSTEAD OF PRESIDENT TRUMPIN NOVEMBER.IN AN INTERVIEW WITH THEATLANTIC, FIORINA SAYS SHE’SBEEN VERY CLEAR SHE CAN’TSUPPORT TRUMP – SAYING THATELECTIONS ARE QUOTE BINARYCHOICES, AND THUS MUST VOTE FORBIDEN.FIORINA RAN FOR THE REPUBLICANNOMINATION IN 2016 AND, AFTERCONCLUDING HER BID, RAN ASSENATOR TED CRUZ’S PROSPECTIVEVICE PRESIDENT.

SHE SAID SINCETHEN, SHE HAD NOT TALKED TO CRUZIN “SEVERAL YEARS.”ASKED WHAT SHE THOUGHT OF CRUZ’SNOW-STAUNCH SUPPORT FOR TRUMPDESPITE HIS OPPOSITION DURINGTHE PRIMARY, FIORINA SAID, “IDON’T EXCUSE IT.

IT DISAPPOINTSME.” PAT?CARLY FIORINA IS JUST LATEST BIGREPUBLICAN NAME SAYING NO TO THEIDEA OF VOTING TO TRUMP ..CONSERVATIVE JOHN BOLTON SAYSHE’S IN THE SAME BOAT.

AS PETERDOOCY SHOWS YOU ..

IT’S COMINGAS FORMER VICE PRESIDENT JOEBIDEN LIGHTS INTO TRUMP FOR HISBLAME-ORIENTED RESPONSE TO THEPANDEMIC.(00-05)(20-33)(136-140)(212-236)BIDEN says: “He’s like a childwho can’t believe this hashappened to him.”AND NOW INDEPENDENTS IN FOUR

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