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Galveston County the Daily News (Newspaper) - September 26, 2017, Galveston, TexasTuesday september 26,2017 a h 88 l 79a10-s1 the docket historic downtown Galveston building to be sold a a4 g a l v Esto n 0 u n t v daily a Tex As oldest new up per a i bushing since 1842 a celebs sting 175 be Xii Post Harvey property appraisal appraiser flooded Homes to be reassessed in 2018 by Marissa Barnet the daily news a Galveston the count Likely wont sign off on a plan to reappraise properties damaged by Hurricane Harvey and prorate the 2017 value citing the Cost but homeowners will see new appraisal valuations in 2018 to reflect hooding damage officials said. The appraisal District will re Duce property values up to 25 percent for damage during Hurricane Harvey in a method similar to what was done after Hurricane Ike in 2 x 8, chief appraiser Tommy Watson said monday. So tar the Best estimate of countywide damage is about 20,000 Homes commissioners said. County judge Mark Henry said he doubted the county commissioners court would have enough votes to sign on Tor the 20.1.7 disaster reappraisal because of the Cost. The reappraisal discussion offered some fireworks As tax assessor get sector Cheryl Johnson dashed with Watson and others Over the details. See appraisal a3 Post Harvey Community a its a n Nightmare a Jennifer Reynolds the daily news moving boxes Are packed and stacked in the Middle of Raymond Cottrell s first floor apartment at Somerset retirement Village in Galveston on saturday. Residents of the first floor units at the Complex were Given one week to move because of storm damage. Island apartment residents evicted alter Harvey by Samantha Ketterer the Dahl news a Galveston Raymond Cottrell returned Home from a triple bypass surgery to find he w As being evicted from his apartment. His neighbor Cassondra Percifull stopped in to give him the news. Management of the Somerset retirement Village apartments 2828 61st st., told Percifull she would have to leave too along with Many other people who lived on the first floor of the Galveston Complex. Apartment managers blame lease terminations on Hurricane Harvey damage but residents said the storm did no to do that much harm to the Complex. A unfortunately we have been informed by the professional Post Ca Strophe building consultants the damage to the Bottom floor units of your building is so extensive that your unit has become totally unusable As a practical matter for residential purposes a according to a sept. 18 letter by the Complex management. A the damage to the building would result in health and safety hazards to see apartment �a7 Jennifer Reynolds the daily news Mold is visible saturday on the Wall below a window on the first floor apartment where Robert Flores and his wife Malee live at Somerset retirement Village in Galveston. Inside court Texas can enforce More of Sanctuary cities Law a a3 port management firm criticizes port s handling of Ike claims by Matt Degrood the daily news a representative for a consulting firm handling Hurricane Ike for the port of Gal Veston on monday blasted management for its handling of affairs and said it would be at least six years before the port saw More Money from the Federal emergency management Agency. A about $43 million is what the port is eligible to receive from its Hurricane Ike claims a said Asad Khan a Tetra tech employee working with the port. Khan made the assertion during a meeting of the port of Galveston a governing Board a but quite honestly the port was not prepared Back then and. It complicated things. And they re still interim port director Peter Simons said he comment on Many of kharis criticisms but that he w As surprised about an accusation that some invoices remained unpaid. Port officials have been at Odds with Tetra tech since officials with the consulting group on May 23 and july 5 sent letters demanding $600,000 for outstanding invoices. A we Are up to Simons said monday. The wharves Board of trustees began Steps to replace Tetra tech by temporarily extending its contract for 60 Days and issuing a request for proposal to solicit bids from other firms. Khan on monday gave a presentation to the wharves Board during which he said mismanagement has left the port vulnerable to natural disasters a a id has resulted in see port a a4 Peter Simons politics i sports nil protests prompts Isle bar to ban Steeles games season after a Galveston bar announced it would no longer show the teams games on its televisions. Hemingway a a bar in the 1000 Block Island based fans of the steel curtain of Seaw All Boulevard announced in a by John Wayne Ferguson he daily news Galveston Rill have to look elsewhere to watch Pitts Margh Steeles games for the rest of the see nil a a7 a a in t. At my a Simmone a Tampa Bay buccaneers wide receivers Desean Jackson Center and teammate and Galveston native Mike Evans take a knee during the National Anthem before an nil football game against the Minnesota Vikings on sunday in Minneapolis. Index abbya10 lotto a2 markets As obits b7 opinion a6 sports b1 to comics b4-5 a vol. 175, no. 167 a i 45485 00100

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