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Galveston County the Daily News (Newspaper) - September 9, 2017, Galveston, TexasSaturday september 9,2017 a h 86 l 73 a a12 a $1weath or Irma bears Down on Florida More than 5m told to flee coast al 1 g a l v e Ston c 0 i n t Ytje Laily Neuth tews oldest newspaper a i bushing since 1842 a celebrating 175 yers government i disaster Ai Congress sends Aid Bill debt hike to Trump by Andrew Taylor associated press a Washington Congress on Friday sent president Donald Trump a massive package of $15.3 billion in disaster Aid linked to an increase in the nations borrowing authority that angered conservative republicans who hissed and booed senior adminis inside a Texas so far not raiding $1 of Rainy Day fund after Harvey All t rat Ion officials dispatched to Capitol Hill to defend it. Hours later Trump signed the measure into Law. The House voted 316-90 for the measure that would refill depleted emergency accounts As Florida braces for the Impact of Hurricane Irma and Texas picks up the pieces after the devastation of the Harvey storm. All 90 votes in opposition were cast by republicans Many of whom seethed after Trump Emit the disaster and debt Deal with see Congress �a4 a speaker of the House Paul Ryan a wis. Center and majority Leader Kevin Mccar thy r-calif., right walk to the chamber where the House voted to Send a $15.3 billion disaster Aid package to president Donald Trump on Friday in Washington . Post Harvey animal shelters respite for pets Kelsey Walling the daily new a dog lies in his Kennel at Gulf greyhound Park in la Marque on Friday. Shelters consolidate space to take in Harvey pets by Samantha Ketterer the daily news a la Marque local animal shelter authorities Friday opened a Central location to hold pets displaced by Hurricane Harvey. The shelter at Gulf greyhound Park 1000 pm 2004 in la Marque will take care of pets at least through the end of die month or until owners Are Able to retrieve their animals shelter officials said. Officials with Bayou animal services in Dickinson league City animal shelter and the Galveston Island humane society decided to open the shelter so pet owners would be Able to go to one place to pick up their pets. A right now a lot of families have one or two dogs at our facility and they have a couple on Galveston Island a said Melvin Trover animal services manager at Bayou animal. Services. When most of the Harvey pets am transferred to Gulf greyhound Park the shelter should have about 100 dogs and 80 cats. Trover said. A majority of see pets a3 business Oil Industry Gas prices Rise but experts say its temporary by Matt Degroo fhe badly news although area Gas stations Are receiving fuel shipments and several City officials have said they re less concerned about Hurricane Harvey related shortages the Price of filling up has risen an average of 27 cents a gallon across the nation in the past week Industry observers say. A University of Houston expert said it might take four to eight weeks for the prices and deliveries to normalize. A Harvey did. Not destroy see g As a a3 Stuart Villanueva the daily news Darla Ford pumps gasoline at the Phillips 66 station on state Highway 3 near the intersection of pm 518 in league City on thursday. Index a8bya12 lotto a2 markets a5 obits c5 opinion a6 sports 61 to comics b8-9 coming sunday Short term rental Market sees surge real estate sales remain Strong despite some Stoma related delays. Government disaster Aid Fema Agency provides Aid but can t cover All costs by Marissa Barnett the daily news a Galveston Hurricane Harvey victims this week were beginning to receive determination letters and even claims Back from the Federal emergency management Agency while others Register or await news. Because Many flooded residents did t have insurance the claims were particularly important for learning How homeowners might be Able to get their properties Back to Normal residents said. But As some Learned the Aid from Fem a is not intended to a make a person whole a a As Fema officials explain it. See Fema a a4 environment seawall beaches Sand loss accounts for biggest damage in Galveston by Samantha Ketter Erthe Patty news a Galveston Galveston a seawall beaches lost an estimated 20 percent of Sand during Hurricane Harvey making up the islands biggest damage from the storm. The loss of Sand from 10th Street to det Lanera re Park on 10901 Termini san Luis pass Road was a projected $11.8 million Galveston Park Board of trustees executive director Kelly de Schaun said. The beaches in question were designed and engineered de Schaun said. Even though some Sand was lost the beaches were effective in protecting the Island from storm surge she said. �?o1 myself was very pleased to see How the beaches looked alter the storm a de Schaun see damage a a4 a vol. 175, no. 150 45485 00100 the jul Hess Attr or Ami 7

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