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Galveston County the Daily News (Newspaper) - September 13, 2017, Galveston, TexasWednesday september 13,2017 a m 87 l 77 a a12 a $1utility High water Bills concern some league City residents a9 g a l v k s t 0 n Ebe Hatler Muio. Oink t a in a him. 15542 Onnin \11\. 175 i i it it coastal storm surge Protection officials Harvey will Advance coastal Barrier talks by John Wayne Ferguson the daily news a Galveston inside adv Kates for the construction of a coastal Barrier system say they done to believe Hurricane Harvey flooding Rains will Dampen support for measures that Are meant to protect from a commentary Bond Mortey could Finar rce a Galveston ring levee a a6 other types of Hurricane damage. A i this it will be Hel Fuir said Galveston county fudge Mark Henry on tuesday. A this is a fed eral. Protect and now we re gun big to Kwik at 13 or 14 congressional members that have been impacted Dirac by a Hurricane in the last 30 Henry said that Hurricane Irma w hich struck Florida last week was a better example of the Type of threat the Barrier is supposed to protect against a storm surge pushed onto land by hum Cane Force winds. A Harvey did bring a storm surge Down in the Rock a it it area but nothing like Irma a Henry said. Irma can be added to a list of examples that could have then started exactly nine years ago about the threat of surge. T Day is the ninth anniversary of Hurricane Ike. That storm the last Hurricane to make landfall on the Texas coast before Hurricane Harvey caused a 14 foot storm surge that inundated Gak Eslon Isumu and the Bolivar Peninsula. Ike caused an estimated $29 see Barrier �a9 education Back to school coming sunday a new first Day Why is Del papa distributing causing a Buzz in the Beer Industry Cani uses n ien again classes Resonie around repairs Byma Degrood the daily news at the height of Hurricane Harvey flooding Brux reside intermediate school was inundated with anywhere from 2 feet to 4 feet of water officials said. Itiat has happened since is nothing Short of a Miracle principal Berryman Ambeau said. In less than a week Campus officials with a mishmash of volunteers and contractors and bringing in a variety of supplies and Iii nature from other facilities prepared the Friendswood school to open monday like the other facilities in Clear Creek Independent school District. A we wanted the Community to feel like it had a Safe place a ber Ryman Ambeau said. A its hard for parents and kids watching the rest of the world return to Normal when you re living in your fifth hotel since the there Are still a lot of repairs to do Berryman Ambeau said. But tuesday students ran through the Halls and the Campus had Relief floodwaters Stuart Villanueva Kirk Coursen leans on a dump Ster White taking a break from debris removal at his Home in the Bay Ridge neighbourhood of league City on tuesday. Jennifer Reynolds news photos above workers loss pieces of the flood damaged gym floor into a pile tuesday at Brookside intermediate school in Friendswood. The school in the Clear Creek Independent school District was flooded during Hurricane Harvey with 2 feet to 4 feet of water. Residents cite should live done More to Stop al k Ding Quot learning May be secondary fora students needs come Lauren Berryman Ambeau see school �a4 left Kenny Castillo Sharpens a Pencil tuesday in Eric Pas Tusek s flood damaged classroom at Brookside intermediate school in Friendswood on tuesday. The school was inundated by 2 feet to 4 feet of floodwaters during Hurricane Harvey. Harvey displaced Jennifer Reynolds the daily news file a Nacogdoches firefighter helps a family Board a Texas air National guard c-130. Officials no count of residents sheltered elsewhere by Valerie Wells a Rii y new s a league City by Marissa Barnett he pacify Neu a Galveston its unclear How Many people from Galveston county displaced by Hurricane Harvey flux Ling might still be in shelters outside of the area. County officials said tuesday. An american red Cross shelter at the Kay Bailey Hull Hist convention Center in Dallas was still Home to 1,200 Harvey victims tuesday according to the Organ action. See sheltered �a9 the Bay Ridge neights it rat xxx steeped in flt Wka water for four Days after the deluge of Hurricane Harvey and neighbors soaked in a belief that league City officials did nothing to prevent the Carastro it he. Meanwhile cite of facials say they have had to balance c a i rolling rumours wit i showing compassion for residents with damaged Law it Mes and raw feelings in this older of Small modest Homes surrounded by newer More upscale subdivisions. Alx it it 7,700 Homes in Many different to ague City neighbor hts Kos were damage i by filth al ing. That a about 23 percent of the City a residences. Assistant City Mai Tager by Bass said. Of the 7,7 m Homes 1,450 had major damage with at least 18 inches of water inside Bass said. See flooding a4 Index abbya12 lottoa2 markets a8 obits d2 opinion a6 sports by to comics b10-11 vol.175, no. 154 6 45485 00100 Marque chamber of comm Thler Dayt Sqq a hmm a Nesslercolter-1800 sthaveivi/en., Ineas phone 409 935 tickets a adults. 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