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During his visit to Chesil Beach, which connects Portland with the Dorset mainland, PM David Cameron was shown how the 39 Engineer Regiment from Kinloss in Scotland was working with EA staff to build up the sea defences.

Up to a third of the shingle which makes up the sea wall at Chesil Beach has been washed away in recent heavy storms. Eleven diggers were piling shingle from the water’s edge up on to the top of the 30ft high flood defence.

Labour leader Ed Miliband has said it’s “a disgrace” that Government ministers are “pointing the finger at each other when they should be rolling their sleeves up and helping those who are affected”.

He went on: “The Government needs to explain why their response to the flooding has been so slow to help the victims and why their planning has been so inadequate. The Department of the Environment actually downgraded flooding as a key objective when the Conservatives came to power.

“But really what the public wants is a Prime Minister and a government focused on them, getting on with the job, not pointing fingers at each other or other people and trying to shut off blame.”

by Helen Smyth, Press Association via The Press Association 2/10/2014 2:20:58 PM

In flood hit Surrey, horse enthusiast Jenny Andersson has had to put down her animals after successive floods left her with spiralling costs and nowhere to keep them sheltered.

Ms Andersson, 53, made the “hard decision” to have the four horses put down last week after floods swept through the stables she leased, yet again.

The stables in Esher, which she had used for the past 13 years, had flooded several times most recently in mid January.

by Helen Smyth, Press Association via The Press Association 2/10/2014 2:37:09 PM

She said: “There wasn’t any ideal solution. It was a very, very hard decision to make. My lease was due for renewal at the end of February, and it wasn’t safe for the horses.

“The stables were under water. There was nowhere safe on the farm for them to go. I could have put them in livery but that would have been very very expensive and a compromise.”

She praised the efforts of the Environment Agency who she said had been “brilliant” in turning out over Christmas to help with the floods.

Assistant Chief Constable Chris Shead said: “We are continuing to work with local communities and partner agencies to minimise the impact of flooding and protect as many homes and buildings as we can.

“The flooding in the whole of Thames Valley has been declared a major incident, which is declared when an incident requires a significant multi agency response.

“We are once again appealing for motorists and residents to take a common sense approach and not to ignore road closures already in place. The water is often deeper than it looks and can be fast moving, so please do not take these unnecessary risks.

“I want to thank all the people continuing to work hard in these challenging conditions and assure communities we will continue to work around the clock to help protect homes and businesses.”

by Helen Smyth, Press Association via The Press Association 2/10/2014 3:19:55 PM

We saw the PM in Weymouth earlier, after leaving there he went to Plymouth to visit First Great Western’s Laira rail depot, which is used to service the operator’s high speed trains.

Mr Cameron was also taken on a tour of the maintenance depot where he met engineers and saw a high speed engine being winched on to a low loader lorry.

by Helen Smyth, Press Association 2/10/2014 3:30:03 PM

Maria Eagle is on her feet again. she says it’s “a relief” for people in Somerset that the Army is now helping but wants to know if Mr Pickles understands why people are angry that level of response took “so long” to arrive. She also wants to know how the Government will help people in the Thames Valley.

She’s also raised his negative comments on the Environment Agency and asked if he agrees with what the PM has said about this not being the time to change personel. She wants to know if there’s a row between Mr Pickles and the Environment Secretary over it.
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Alissa Widman Neese The Columbus Dispatch

They hadn’t yet made a mortgage payment and in just 90 minutes their new homes in Newark were reduced to charred piles of rubble.

Nearly two years later, Natalie Hosom, 36, and Brittany Park, 27, remain in a financial dispute with Columbus based Habit for Humanity MidOhio because the women are still on the hook for mortgages owed for their destroyed Parker Avenue homes.

The two former homeowners and their children filed a lawsuit Monday in Franklin County Common Pleas Court, claiming Habitat for Humanity MidOhio refuses to honor a warranty that should pay for a replacement home because allegedly shoddy electrical work in a front porch light sparked a fire.

Also named as defendants are Habitat for Humanity Michigan Fund, the loan servicer; State Farm Fire and Casualty, which insured Hosom’s home; Pekin Insurance, which insured Park’s home; and five “John Doe” individuals or entities who the plaintiffs claim are or may be liable in this case.

The blaze occurred the night Hosom moved in, Jan. 30, 2016, and spread to Park’s residence next door, where she had been living about a week. The smoke detectors in Park’s home didn’t work because of water damage, she said.

“They didn’t build us safe homes,” Park said. “They built us nightmares.”

Nobody was injured in either home. A Newark Fire Department report states the fire originated on the front porch but the cause is undetermined due to lack of evidence, Chief Patrick Connor said.

Insurance companies also brought inspectors out.

A private fire inspector hired by the plaintiffs said it’s likely the fire was caused by electricity but couldn’t determine its exact cause because previous inspectors removed most of the electrical components from Hosom’s home.

The two women allege in the lawsuit that the charity collected donations for a “Phoenix Fund” in their names and used some of that money to pay outstanding mortgage payments owed to Habitat duping donors into paying the charity instead of donating to them directly. The online donation page amassed more than $50,000 in contributions, the lawsuit states, and it has since been replaced with a page to donate directly to Habitat for Humanity MidOhio.

The lawsuit says about $12,000 was spent so the charity could “pay itself.”

Eventually, the women say they were told in an email that the mortgage and escrow payments made through the fundraising would have to be repaid by them.

The lawsuit filed Monday asks for forgiveness of the two mortgages, compensatory damages exceeding $25,000 and other damages, court costs and any funds Habitat unjustly retained from the women.

Habitat for Humanity doesn’t donate homes to families, but instead provides them with a no interest mortgage after they attend financial literacy classes and work on the homebuilding project with volunteers. Electriclal, plumbing and other trade work is performed by contractors hired by Habitat. Thomas, CEO of Habitat for Humanity MidOhio and also a defendant, says he offered to rebuild the two homes using insurance money and transfer the mortgages.

Hosom and Park told The Dispatch they declined the offer due to safety concerns.

The warranty referenced in the lawsuit covers defective things inside a home but not an entire home replacement, Thomas said. That’s the purpose of homeowner’s insurance, he said.

Habitat for Humanity MidOhio has built more than 400 homes in its 30 years and has never experienced a fire, Thomas said.

“Our folks pour their heart and soul into the construction of these homes,” he said. “We’re surprised and saddened not so much by the lawsuit, but that these two haven’t worked with us to help them get back into the homes we wanted them to have in the first place.”

Ultimately, Hosom and Park said they filed the lawsuit in Franklin County because they want to hold the organization accountable.

“We lost everything we had,” Hosom said. “We’re moving forward, but we just don’t want this tragedy to happen to any other family.”
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Fish and Wildlife shows a gray wolf. Members of Congress have proposed legislation that would remove court imposed legal protections for gray wolves in four states. Bills introduced Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2015 by Reps. John Kline of Minnesota and Reid Ribble of Wisconsin seek to override decisions by federal judges last year to restore legal protection to wolves in Wyoming and the western Great Lakes states of Minnesota, Michigan and Wisconsin. Fish and Wildlife Service, Gary Kramer, File)(Photo: AP)

TRAVERSE CITY The Obama administration and two states have given notice of plans to appeal a federal judge’s order that restored legal protection to gray wolves in the western Great Lakes region. Fish and Wildlife Service filed notices earlier this month, although a spokeswoman said a final decision on whether to pursue the case would be made by the Department of Justice.

Either way, “the science clearly shows that wolves are recovered in the Great Lakes region, and we believe the Great Lakes states have clearly demonstrated their ability to effectively manage their wolf populations,” Fish and Wildlife Service spokeswoman Laury M. Parramore said.

Although scientists consider the Great Lakes wolves’ territory to include nine states, just three Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin have established populations of about 3,700 animals total.

The government has tried four times since 2003 to strip protection under the Endangered Species Act, saying the wolves have far exceeded recovery goals after nearly disappearing from the lower 48 states in the last century. Each time, the proposals have been withdrawn or overturned in court. District Judge Beryl Howell said the three states’ management plans which allow sport hunting and, in Minnesota and Wisconsin,
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trapping of wolves don’t provide enough protection. She noted the predator species has not come close to repopulating its historic range.

The Endangered Species Act “offers the broadest possible protections for endangered species by design,” Howell wrote. “This law reflects the commitment by the United States to act as a responsible steward of the Earth’s wildlife, even when such stewardship is inconvenient or difficult for the localities where an endangered or threatened species resides.”

Officials with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources said people who live near wolves, including in the state’s Upper Peninsula, should be able to use a variety of control methods.

“Continuing to use the Endangered Species Act to protect a recovered species not only undermines the integrity of the Act, it leaves farmers and others with no immediate recourse when their animals are being attacked and killed by wolves,” said Russ Mason, the DNR’s wildlife division chief.

A coalition of environmental groups has proposed classifying all wolves in the lower 48 states, except Mexican wolves in the Southwest, as “threatened.” That would enable wildlife managers to kill wolves that repeatedly prey on livestock, which is not allowed for species classified as “endangered.”

“We think that is the right middle ground,” said Wayne Pacelle, president of the Humane Society of the United States, which filed the lawsuit that led to Howell’s ruling.

A number of sporting groups also have filed notices to appeal, including the Michigan United Conservation Clubs, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation,
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If the season started tomorrow which it doesn as Hall of Famer manager Dick Williams used to say who makes up the Blue Jays rotation?

Well, after three starting candidates, including one incumbent, allowed 11 runs in 2 innings on seven hits and eight walks, the picture is as murky and muddy as dredging day on the nearby Caloosahatchee River.

were allergic to the strike zone, manager John Gibbons said. Happ faced seven men and retired one.

Dustin McGowan allowed three runs in an inning of work.

And Kyle Drabek allowed four runs, three when Kenny Wilson lost a fly ball third out in the sun. Dickey, Brandon Morrow and Mark Buehrle?

Yep. There a chance.

There a chance of rain and a chance Jays fans will stop fretting about their team rotation . not so fast. Happ, Edwin Encarnacion said. started for us before. He done a good job for us before.

I was picking the five guys Hutchison would be in there for sure. It way too early to even be answering those questions, but I like Hutchison. allowed a line single to Aaron Hicks and Brian Dozier doubled down the left field line. Shortstop Macier Izturis took the relay from Kevin Pillar, double pumped, and threw the ball into the dirt at the plate trying to nab Hicks.

The ball kicked off catcher Dioner Navarro toward the Jays dugout, allowing Dozier to score too. Happ,
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who made 18 starts for the Jays last season, walked four of the next five hitters and was lifted.

A liner by Tampa Bay Rays Desmond Jennings struck Happ in the face and the lefty injured his knee as well in May, costing him three months after he won the fifth starter job from Ricky Romero in the spring. There were recent whispers in Dunedin that Happ had been bothered by a bad back.

need to be more aggressive in the strike zone, a lot of the pitches I made were just off the plate, Happ said. doesn matter where you feel you are at, you want to take steps forward. not a step forward for Happ.

disturbing part is I feel so good, McGowan said. spring training and I healthy . that all you can ask for. who made four starts for the 2011 Jays, has had three shoulder surgeries as well as a Tommy John procedure, said recovering from the John surgery was a breeze for me. has had two elbow surgeries. Only Chris Capuano comes to mind as someone who had two Tommy John surgeries and successfully returned to the rotation.

more difficult to be a reliever, Drabek. said been a starter my whole career. I know my routine. My elbow feels different (than after my first surgery). It feels better. Wilson not lost the ball in the sun, Drabek would have allowed a run rather than four.

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time for the Pick Five.

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The incident began with a robbery call to the Grand Inn at 3402 14th Ave. S.

The hotel clerk told arriving officers that minutes before the officers got there two men had come into the hotel and approached him at the check in desk.

He said one man reached over the desk and stole his Beats by Dre headphones and the other man grabbed his laptop computer before both men ran out the door toward a waiting gold colored van.

The clerk said he chased the men, but as he approached the van a third man jumped out of the vehicle and threw him to the ground before kicking him in the head and holding him down long enough for the van to get some distance away.

The clerk told police the man holding him down then got up and ran to the van before it drove away.

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The driver of the van, Abdifatah Ismail Said, 27, of Fargo, was charged with robbery, theft of property and giving false information to law enforcement.

The hotel clerk told arriving officers that minutes before the officers got there two men had come into the hotel and approached him at the check in desk.
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The attorney for two Bellefontaine area school superintendents facing charges related to the alleged rape over several years of a pre teen girl said Thursday that his clients are innocent.

Columbus attorney Sam Shamansky said Patrick O and his wife, Heather, will plead not guilty during scheduled arraignments Friday in Logan County Common Pleas Court.

both innocent, Shamansky told The Dispatch. going to prove the same. He’s accused of sexually assaulting the girl, who was younger than 13 years old, between 2013 and 2016. The girl was not a student in the school district.

Heather O who is on leave as superintendent of the Midwest Regional Educational Service Center in Bellefontaine, faces felony counts of endangering a child. She’s accused of not reporting the allegations.

The Logan County school systems where the two are employed are about an hour northwest of Columbus.

Patrick O 52,was indicted by a county grand jury on Tuesday, and he and his wife, who is 46, were arrested later that day.

An affidavit filed last month by Washington Township Police Chief Rick Core said the girl, now 13,
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told Logan County Children Services that she had been sexually abused by Patrick O’Donnell over the past several years.

According to the affidavit, Patrick O was confronted by his wife after the girl went to Heather O’Donnell saying she’d been assaulted by him. Patrick O’Donnell, the affidavit says, the incidents as accidents that may have happened while wrestling with the girl.

When Core questioned Patrick O’Donnell, the chief said in his affidavit, O’Donnell, not admit to the allegations but would not call the minor child a liar. Eventually, he said if he touched her, he never intended to. When told these allegations would eventually have to be tried in court, he stated that he would just admit to the charge to avoid a trial.

has known that indictment has been coming for weeks, and he has conducted himself professionally and admirably in the face of this barrage of lies, Shamansky said,
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adding that the couple will “persevere and have their day in court. Goslee.

Interim Indian Lake Superintendent Robert Underwood said Patrick O had requested an informal hearing to discuss his future with the district.