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Authorities ID Teen Killed in North NJ Dog Attack

Authorities ID teen killed in NJ dog attack that also injured another boy, dog’s owner …read more

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Primaries Offer 1st Major Test of Voter ID Laws

Upcoming primary elections offer 1st major test of voter ID laws after years of court battles …read more

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5 Family Members Killed in California Crash ID’d

Fresno County, Calif., authorities ID woman, 4 children killed in fiery weekend car crash

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Senate Oks veteran designation on licenses

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — The Senate has passed a measure that would allow a person to have a military veteran status designation on their driver’s license or ID card…. …read more

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Remains ID’d as Missing Va. Reserve Officer

Coroner confirms remains are those of Virginia reserve police officer who disappeared

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Meeting for new Flood Insurance Rate Maps draws crowd in Aberdeen

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Over 200 attended a meeting at the Rotary Log Pavilion in Aberdeen Thursday night on new flood insurance rate maps, released recently by the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
Region 10 Engineer Ted Perkins said while the new maps change what is considered “base flood elevation,” they also pinpoint hazard areas. “The flood event that we rate everything on insurance-wise, and floodplain regulation-wise, is what we call a ‘1% flood’ sometimes you hear the term 100-year flood, but it’s really a statistical calculation that has a 1 in 100 chance.” Perkins said you should arrange a meeting with the community flood plain manager if you feel your home was wrongly placed on the new maps. – in Aberdeen that person is Public Works Director Malcom Bowie. “I understand that some of this stuff is difficult. That’s why we want you to know what you can do about it.”

Over 200 attended the meeting at the Rotary Log Pavilion Thursday evening in Aberdeen.

Over 200 attended the meeting at the Rotary Log Pavilion Thursday evening in Aberdeen.

Patti Gow is a Farmer’s Agent in Westport, she said they’ve answered a lot of questions about this. “Not only are we dealing with the mapping, but we’re dealing with the Biggert-Waters Reform Act, where if you’re in a special flood hazard [area], if you were pre-firm, and you did not have to get an elevation certificate – you purchased your home before July of 2012, on your renewal you’re going to see an increase in your rate and it’s going to happen every year.”
Barring legislation in the other Washington slowing the process or lessening the blow, the new maps will begin affecting insurance rates within the year, Gow adds. “If your house is above the base flood elevation – a foot above you’re golden, you’re not going to be looking at huge rates. If you’re on a slab at base flood elevation, you can expect higher rates.”
So what is Base Flood Elevation, and where does your house sit? Gow says you’ll need to get a surveyor to tell you that. “After July of 2012, you can’t get flood [insurance] without an elevation certificate if you are in a special flood hazard zone. An elevation certificate is where a surveyor comes out and takes measurements of your property, determines what the base flood elevation is for where your home is sitting, and then he determines where your first floor would be sitting on that.”
You can find new maps on FEMA’s website at hazards.FEMA.gov Find Patti at www.farmersagent.com, or find someone closer to Aberdeen/Hoquiam at www.durney.com

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Aberdeen school bus involved in traffic accident

South Aberdeen accident

South Aberdeen accidentSome Aberdeen grade school students took a little longer getting home today, after a 2-vehicle accident at the intersection of Boone and Cushing street left bus 103 t-boned by a full size Chevy SUV on the South side of Aberdeen just before 4 Friday afternoon.
Washington State Patrol and Aberdeen police were on scene shortly after the incident, and said they had several witnesses giving statements.
Parents with photo ID were picking their children up at the scene of the accident, while administrators were working to get the remainder of the kids home on alternate buses.

The Washington State Patrol is investigating the incident and while there did not appear to be any injuries from the scene, a full report will be released after the investigation.

Police ID pickup owner in double fatal hit-and-run

VANCOUVER, Wash. (AP) — Police in Vancouver, Wash., identified the man who owns the white pickup believed to have been involved in a double fatal hit-and-run on Jan. 19…. …read more

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19th Legislative District telephone town hall Monday evening

Representatives Brian Blake, and Dean Takko, along with Senator Brian Hatfield are holding a telephone town hall this coming Monday, January 27 at 6 PM.

You will likely get the call from a toll free number, follow the prompts to participate if you would like. The lawmakers will deliver short opening thoughts and will then open up for questions. If you have a questions, you’ll be asked to press *3 on your keypad. If for some reason you don’t get the call, you can dial the toll free number 1-877-229-8493 and enter the ID code 18646 to participate.

Judge Spikes Photo ID Requirement for Pa. Voters

Judge strikes down controversial photo ID requirement for voting in Pennsylvania law

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