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Galveston County the Daily News (Newspaper) - September 27, 2017, Galveston, TexasWednesday september 27,2017 a 4 h 89 l 79 it it a12 a $1post-Harvey we weren t warned about flooding risks Texas homeowners say a a8 Galveston count al alg eiu0. Tews Quot nes per a Pibus Nunt since 1842 a Chi feb Fri 175 \ of a living serving nutritious reals to sailors participating in Lakewood yacht club s Harvest Moon regatta makes sailing a Breeze a cd government Short and Long term housing assistance few details out on recently oked housing programs by Marissa Barnet the daily news a Galveston the state this week rolled out new Short and Long term housing assistance options but provided few details about the next Steps for accessing the programs Galveston county judge Mark Henry said tuesday. One looming unanswered question is whether people whole already done Basic work to make their Homes liable will be reimbursed through a Federal program. Residents who have already registered with the Federal emergency management Agency for disaster assistance do not need to re Register to qualify for the Aid said Troy Christensen a spokesman for the Agency. The state namely the governors office and the general land office on saturday announced Short and longer term housing assistance options including the partial repair and essential Power for sheltering program and a program providing manufactured Homes. The emergency , Agency funds the programs but they re run by states and counties Christensen said. In a tuesday news conference. Gov. Greg Abbott said the state had Given county judges a letter with a Bullet Points about a Long list of financial us Tisz a to help rebuild Homes and properties. A the first phase was the Rescue part now we re moving into the next step and that is to rebuild lives and communities a Abbott said adding that the top priority see housing a a4 Post Harvey close family Quot truthfully it s been chaotic. But i have been incredibly grateful for the time that i be had to Bond with my Laura Swansey together again families adapt after Harvey alters living arrange Jents by Samantha Ketterer the daily news a Galveston i Aura Swansey walked. Warily through her Liv Jing room navigating the space w Hile two Small grandchildren zoomed in circles around her feet. A we Call this a chaos zone one a Swansey said. Swansey pointed to the Kitchen where a few toys Lay haphazardly on the ground. Those have been there even a month ago before Hurricane Harvey displaced Swansey a daughter and her family. A this is a chaos zone two a a Swansey said. Her two grandchildren dashed through the Kitchen and out to a Small porch where Swansey had set up a breakfast table and a play area. Swansey peered through the sliding door. A this is a controlled chaos a a she said. Swansey Isnit accustomed to pandemonium in her town House on Galveston a West end. Before Hurricane Harvey she was an a empty Nestero and lived just with her husband. Swansey added her daughter her son in Law and a 3-year-old granddaughter before the storm. Coming sunday read about How disaster such As Hurricane Harvey can take a psychological and physical toll particularly on the elderly. Post Harvey i cleanup Quarter of Harvey debris picked up in league City by Valerie Wells a league City see families >�a7 Jennifer Reynolds Fie daily new Nicole Den by whose Home in port n echoes flooded during Hurricane Harvey talks monday about living with her Mother Laura Swansey at her Galveston Condo As her children Robert 4, and Renee 2, play on the air mattress in the room they share. Jennifer Reynolds the i ally new with her dog. Buddy at her feet Laura Swansey right talks about having her daughter Nicole Denby Back and her two children Robert Hutson left and Renee Hutson living with her and her husband in their three bed room Condo in Galveston on monday. Hurricane Harvey forced Quot empty testers Quot Swansey and her husband to become Quot three households trying to live As Ogden Quot to Bass about 80 Millikin pounds of debris weighs of league City. Crews As of a today had collected about 26 percent of that debris assistant City manager to Bass said. Hurricane har qty made landfall aug. 25 in Rockport about 21x1 Miles South of league City but in the 72 or so hours that Fri owed it dumped More than 50 inches of rain in some parts of Galveston count swelling creeks and bayous and Rooding 7,700 Homes in league City residents and volunteers mucked out Homes for weeks piling furniture sheetrock and pieces of their lives on the curb. But the piles grew so Large they be taken up entire front Yards. Ryan Edghill see debris �a4courts aggravated assault with a deadly weapon former Texas City police officer charged in car crash Linnard Crouch daily news a former Texas City police officer already facing charges for stealing Money from a heart attack victim slammed his car into his vehicle after getting upset during a dinner and telling her he was going to die according to a probable cause affidavit released tuesday. Linnard Ray Crouch jr., 41, was charged Friday with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after he was arrested following the alleged incident with his sex Girlfriend. Crouch told police the collision was an Accident according to the affidavit. Tie attack is alleged to have see charged �a4 Index abbya12 �0tt0a2 marketsa11 0biisd2 0pini0na6 sp0rts81 fv/comics88-9 a vol. 175, no. 168 6�?~"�45485 00100

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