Connor Heilman, a member of the Dry Creek Grange on Edgewood Drive, on Sunday uses a chainsaw to clear debris that fell during Friday’s storm. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

Connor Heilman, a member of the Dry Creek Grange on Edgewood Drive, on Sunday uses a chainsaw to clear debris that fell during Friday’s storm. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

Assessing the damage: Port Angeles, others to start adding up costs of wind storm

If total exceeds $263,000, FEMA assistance possible; some still without power

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