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Galveston County the Daily News (Newspaper) - September 7, 2017, Galveston, TexasW thursday september 7,2017 a h 84 l 72 a a12 a $1 government Ryan sees Compromise on immigration after temp forces Issue a a4 g a l \ e s t 0 i c 0�?o e n t \ a life sail Nucia. Tea it of i Esie Papek a i . Since 1842 a Cree by i 75 \ e hot inside a City discouraging parking on both sides of Street a3 a Island Park Board proposes $32 million budget a11 Galveston fully open for business a3 a this is a bu2z saw Florida la aces for Hurricane Irma a a11 government Post Harvey Patrick Texas is in a first Quarter of recovery by John Wayne Ferguson the daily news a Galveston Texas it. Gov. Dan Patrick was struck by the reactions of the people he has met along the Texas coast in recent Days he said. During Tours of towns and counties devastated by Hurricane Harvey a winds and floods Patrick said texans have not reacted in a Way he might have expected. A i have yet to meet one angry person a Patrick said. A i have yet to meet one person who has Patrick spoke in Galveston on wednesday at a luncheon hosted by the Galveston regional chamber of Commerce. The event was a Way for local elected officials to provide updates on the status of recovery efforts although it was originally scheduled before the see recovery it a a7 Harvey disaster Relief by Valerie Weiss the daily news principal Michael mar Quez cranked the . Tion of a Yodlow bus at Mcwhiter elementary school on wednesday morning. A a you have to hold the Brake a he said Over the engine noise to a couple of other Clear Creek is employees. They were planning to drive the bus stuffed with donations to Friendswood. The bus drove off and Marquez stayed at his Webster school which on aug. 30 had become a makeshift disaster Relief distribution Center for the District after floods during Hurricane Harvey devastated Galveston and Harris counties. The Center is meant to help families of Clear Creek is students so they can get Back to school officials said. Students who Are from 17 cities in two counties Are scheduled to return to classes monday but the Center could stay open longer Marquez said. The first families needing assistance arrived at the Center aug. 31. As of t tuesday about 3,000 people had gone there for Aid. A no greater need a Cist school o crates As a Supply Aid Center for families Kelsey Walling Rev. It gov. Dan Patrick Speaks at a chamber of Commerce luncheon with Galveston county officials at the Moody gardens convention Center on wednesday. See school �a6 Stuart Villanueva the Ojito hews Clear Creek Independent school District administrator Belen Downs selects a Backpack from a pile of donations while filling an order for flood victims at the District s Supply distribution site at Mcwhirter elementary school in Webster on wednesday. Coming soon a controversy is brewing Over a candidate s application to run for Galveston is school Board. Education i schools to Cist to move 1,600 students after Harvey by Marissa Barnett the daily news a la Marque about i.6 k Texas City Independent school District students assigned to three la Marque schools will be moved to other campuses while repairs from flood damage Are being made at their . The flood damage from Hurricane Harvey occurred at la Marque primary elementary and Middle schools according to the school District. Students and parents will get a dearer picture of where children Are being reassigned thursday District officials said. Seetosd�a7 Harvey construction material labor shortage inevitable contractors say Byma Degrood the daily news a title Many Galveston county contractors Are already overwhelmed by the number of jobs created by flooding from Hurricane Harvey they say there a not yet a shortage of building materials. But that soon could change they warn. A a there a work everywhere a said Lim Carr contractor and owner of Carr construct tin services in Galveston. A Bui its us Early for shortages. Right now we Are All in the demo stage Flushing out chemicals and or it ing buildings. You re not going to see shortages in sheetrock for about 10 Days to two weeks Carr Isnit alone in worrying about a looming Supply Short age. Experts across the state have said shortages Are ail but assured. A if everyone is constructing you just can to stockpile that amount of material a said Joseph Gabon director of the Tolsoni Institute for real estate at Southern methodist University in Dallas. See construction a a9 Stuart Villanueva the daily news debris is piled around a Mailbox As cleaning Crews strip drywall from houses on Indian Blanket drive in league City on Friday. Index abbya12 lotto a2 markets a5 obits Bill opinion a8 sports b1 to comics b4-5 a vol. 175, no,14s �45485 00100 thank you to All first responders god bless Texas mo6dygardens.org a Jyi

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