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Galveston County the Daily News (Newspaper) - September 17, 2017, Galveston, TexasSunday september 17,2017 a m 87 l 78 it i a10 a $2 reel report this week looks Good for fishing a a10 g a a v Esto n c 0 u n t \ 1110. Tax a oldest a six per a publishing Sim e 1842 a Eitek try 175 yers m inside Ina act interim president visits Dickinson a3 i rep. Weber hosts town Hall in _ a True Cross moves to neighbouring Dickinson after Harvey a a9 Catholic school �a9 Lour View Galveston Ca recovery fund a Good place to give a As Harvey education Harvey shakes up Public school enrolment Nymat Degrood the daily news inside i places to go for help a a4 an estimated 20,000 Homes in Galveston county were flooded during Hurricane Harvey scattering families and children to hotels shelters and temporary housing in the county and elsewhere. Officials from school districts across the county Are now work ing to return a sense of normalcy to their displaced popular tons. A Friendswood Independent school District transportation is working on routes to gather the students requiring transportation from varying locations Fogt a Galveston All the Way to hous ton a superintendent Thad Roher said. League City friends we gtd and Dickinson were among the cities hardest hit a the massive Flat he ing caused but Harsey a torrential rain and Jitiam residents were forced to evacuate. Harvey tourism a we re open for business Kelsey Walling rhe daily news a funnily Friend takes Theresa and Greg Gonet s photo in front of an iconic Galveston mural on the strand in downtown Galveston on Friday. The go nets Are visiting their friends from Minneapolis. Post hairy Houston not f x us of Island marketing by Samantha Ketterer the daily news a Galveston with Houston and the Mainland still recovering from flooding Galveston officials have launched a $500,000 marketing Effort to run through december targeting other parts of the state while Island businesses say returns on the Campaign can to come soon enough. After being dosed for Days during Hurricane Harvey Island businesses flipped their signs to a open a Only to encounter extremely slow sales hitting retail shops restaurants and hotels equally hard and proving just How much the seaport City depends on tourism from the Mainland and Houston. The City Quot unlike Hurricane Ike this time our product is intact and our Market is suffering. We know we will not Progress until Houston Kelly de Schaun Park Board executive director is also battling a false perception that Galveston w slammed by the storm. A the Days we have been open business has been very very slow a said Christine Solis Wotier of somewhere in time Antiques on 124 2t>th St. A just a trickle of after Hurricane Harvey seet0urism�a4 Harvey flooding a i whig discussed Clear Creek flood plan still unfunded a concern by Valerie Wells the daily news even if the Federal government had constructed projects proposed in a $278 million Clear Creek flood control plan its not certain it would have made a Dir Terence in the epic flood that Hurricane Harv by inflicted on Galveston and Harris counties. See flooding As Stuart Villanueva the Daity n is file photo people walk through floodwaters from Clear Creek in league City on aug. 27. Index abbyb9 lotto a2 markets c2 obits 04 opinion a8 sports b1 tvb9 a the friends xxi school District alone has 387 displaced students with 133 of them living outside of the , Roher said. Independent Schod District is a town More than 300 see schools �a4 coming monday How quickly will Galveston county recover economically from Huni Cane Harvey Harvey i damage volunteers gather damage assessments t Oor to a x r by Marissa Barnett the daily a la Marque Marque residents May have had some surprising visitors saturday members of the clean City commission knocking on doors to determine what kind of damage Hurricane Harvey wreaked on the Community. About two dozen commission members Council members and volunteers from the Cit it and elsewhere fanned out saturday morning across la Marque to assess damage at Homes. The information collected will be turned Over to the state and the it Leral fjnergenc7 management Agency to show the scope of Harvey s Ett to on the Aiva. See damages As Harvey i choices leaders slant by Harvey evacuation decisions by John Wayne Ferguson the daily news in the weeks since Hurricane Harvey came and went local leaders have had some time to reflect on decisions made before the storm. D despite the hundreds of rescues made amid Harvey a record Rains and eight deaths in the county attributed to the storm leaders say they believe e they made the i it Call in not ordering Mandan let by evacuations before Harvey a arrival a based on the information they had at the time. See choices �a6 vol. 175, no. 158 6 �45485 d2 hmm Iima a in Iii a a a a in he �1��o

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