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The city of Conroe has picked itself back up from damages sustained to city facilities, but it still has not seen any reimbursement relief from the funds it already spent on cleanup and precautions. “[What] we’re dealing with now [is]at what point we’ll see FEMA [and]insurance come through,” Conroe City Administrator Paul Virgadamo said. “We believe we’ll be reimbursed through FEMA…we’ve spent close to $10 million.” Conroe’s cleanup of private homes and trash was dealt with within days from a city standpoint, but facilities such as the police shooting range, the water and the sewer plant were also flooded and all the equipment had to be replaced, Virgadamo said. “We’re trying to mitigate so if it happens again we don’t lose as much, and are trying to prevent it from happening again by raising bonds [for prevention studies],” Virgadamo said. “We raised all our generators…so when it floods again, the generators don’t flood.” Virgadamo said he believes FEMA will reimburse the city soon, but could not provide numbers or a timeline. In July, grant money totaling $250 million was set aside for Texas’ new Affordable Rental Housing Program targeting affordable housing rehabilitation, reconstruction and new construction through the Texas General Land Office. On July 16, land office representatives came to Conroe to talk about the new program. Andy Teas, vice president of public affairs at the Houston Apartment Association, attended the meeting. The HAA is a nonprofit trade association that represents apartments across Houston including Montgomery County. “We [the HAA]had, at the peak, something like 20,000 apartment units that were out of commission,” Teas said of Harvey’s damages last year.
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The publications ranged from large metropolitan dailies, such as the Houston Chronicle, Minneapolis Star Tribune, Miami Herald and Denver Post, to small weekly papers with circulations as low as 4,000. The newspaper’s request was being promoted by industry groups such as the American Society of News Editors and regional groups like the New England Newspaper and Press Association. It suggested editorial boards take a common stand against Trump’s words regardless of their politics, or whether they generally editorialized in support of or in opposition to the president’s policies. “Our words will differ. But at least we can agree that such attacks are alarming,” the appeal said, acknowledging that newspapers were likely to take different approaches. Pritchard, who oversees the Globe’s editorial page, said the decision to seek the coordinated response from newspapers was reached after Trump appeared to step up his rhetoric in recent weeks. At an Aug. 2 political rally in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, Trump told his audience that the media was “fake, fake disgusting news.” “What ever happened to the free press? What ever happened to honest reporting?” the president asked, pointing to journalists covering the event. “They don’t report it. They only make up stories.” Pritchard said she hoped the editorials would make an impression on Americans.
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“It’s not only us who do not trust America. Today even Europe and China do not trust them; even American allies like Canada have lost their trust,” he said. A view of the newly unveiled Iranian fighter jet in Tehran, Iran August 21, 2018. Tasnim News Agency/via REUTERS Earlier on Tuesday Rouhani attended a ceremony, broadcast by state TV, that included the fly-past of a new fighter jet called Kowsar, which Iran says is “100-percent indigenously made” and able to carry various weapons and to be used for short aerial support missions. However, some military experts believe the fighter jet is a carbon copy of an F-5 first produced in the United States in the 1960s. “The airframe appears to be an externally unaltered, two-seat F-5 tiger. Whilst it may be domestically manufactured, it’s an entirely foreign airframe,” said Justin Bronk, a research fellow specializing in combat airpower and technology in the Military Sciences team at the Royal United Services Institute. “It’s a very small lightweight fighter with very small engines which limits the thrust output, a very low internal fuel capacity which limits range, and a very small nose which limits the size and power of radar that you can fit,” he told Reuters. “All of those constraints are not going to be changed by updating the internal components. While you might put a modern radar, or modern avionics – by Iranian standards – in there, it is still going to be subject to all limitations of the F-5 airframe.” Iran’s air force has been limited to perhaps a few dozen strike aircraft using either Russian or aging U.S.