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The Advocate » Saturday, Jan. 27, 2018

Rain gutters can cause drainage problems DEAN FOSDICK ASSOCIATED PRESS


The person who coined the phrase “saving for a rainy day” must have been a property owner with home drainage problems. The financial costs of poor drainage can be substantial, and the human health costs significant, too. Prevention is important, and many clues exist for predicting trouble, says Ryan Larsen, a civil engineer with NDS Inc., a manufacturer of drainage products in Woodland Hills, California. “Low spots in the landscape can be hard to see, but areas where the ground is wet for long periods of time after it rains or the sprinklers run are locations where water is collecting,” Larsen said. Discoloration and mold growth on a home’s foundation, and places where stucco, siding or paint easily fall off a house are indications that water is pooling, he said. “You should suspect water is getting into your home if you detect damp or musty smells in your basement or crawl space,” he said. Most homes have some

An extender attached to a rain gutter downspout is used to direct water away from a home. Use extenders to channel the water away from the house.

drainage problem; most often the damage comes from rain gutters, Larsen


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said. “Because a lot of homes have gutter downspouts that lead straight to the ground, you’ve got all this water coming off the roof and pouring to just one point, where it can collect against a home’s foundation and flood landscapes and planter areas,” he said. “Fortunately, gutter problems are also the easiest to fix with a downspout

extender.” The financial costs of poor drainage can add up. Outlays for drying basements can range from $1,000 to $10,000, according the U.S. National Flood Insurance Program. Repairing foundation damage can cost anywhere from $3,500 to $25,000, the National Association of Realtors says. The human health costs of poor drainage on properties also can be sizeable, Larsen said. “Poorly drained runoff from roofs can enter basements or flow inside

homes through foundational cracks or leaks where it can warp floorboards and turn finished rooms into mildewy and moldy messes that can attract insects and rodents.” Inadequate drainage also cracks foundations, creates standing water that ruins yards and gardens, and allows breeding spots for disease-carrying mosquitoes and heartworms. “Soggy, poorly graded ground spells certain doom for lawns, shrubs, plants and gardens,” Lar-

sen said. Three of the most common solutions for drainage problems are catch basins, pop-up emitters and French drains. Catch basins trap sediment and contaminants beneath downspouts for drainage to safer locations. Pop-up emitters are connected to underground drainage pipes and channeled away from structures. The pop-up tops allow water to drain when full but remain closed when empty to keep out rodents and debris. French drains are

gravel-filled trenches that direct storm water away from specific areas. They collect water over their entire length, rather than from one particular spot. With water drainage problems, though, come opportunities, said Monica Day, a water resources educator with Michigan State University Exten1/27/18 11/18/17

sion. “Be creative,” Day said. “There are positive ways of dealing with too much water. Keep it in the soil but where it’s not damaging anything. Let (ornamental) plants grow there to filter out the water and retain it. “That provides beautification as well as practicality,” she said.

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‘Memory books’ can help older loved ones recall their past MELISSA RAYWORTH ASSOCIATED PRESS

Family photo albums can help jog an elderly friend or relative’s memories, but consider taking the photo book idea one step further: Create a “memory book” that combines personal photos with brief family stories and historical information. These can be used to help people struggling with memory loss, and give younger family members a window into older relatives’ lives. Memory books are also useful in helping older people introduce themselves to caregivers and provide topics for conversation, says Ann Norwich, director of the adult gerontology nurse practitioner program at York College of Pennsylvania. By illustrating and explaining details from the person’s past, Norwich says, the books cue caregivers and other visitors to ask better questions. That can prolong positive conversation.


Where to start You can make a memory book by hand with scrapbooking supplies, but creating one online might be more practical: It can be reprinted if it’s misplaced or damaged, and you can make copies for other family members.

Many websites, including and, offer templates for photo books. Choose one that offers page layouts with plenty of space for text. The cost will vary depending on the length of the book, and the quality of the cover and paper.

Choosing your subject It’s helpful to narrow down your project to one subject — for instance, one decade in your relative’s life, or the various cities where they’ve lived. Consider what was important to your relative, perhaps asking other family members what memories might bring the most joy to your relative now. One fun option: Focus on the events that happened in your relative’s life when they were in their 20s. Gwynn Morris, associate professor of psychology at Meredith College, says researchers have found that our clearest memories are those of early adulthood. This “reminiscence bump,” Morris says, may mean that an elderly relative can tell you book-worthy stories about their experiences as a teen or 20something, even if they’re having trouble remembering more recent experiences. You might also want to focus on moments when

your friend or relative achieved something important to them or made a difference in the lives of others. Whatever aspect of their life you choose to focus on, spend some time asking them questions and, with their permission, record the conversation. If they have photo albums, page through those with them and see if they can identify faces and places. Then interview other family members about the same topic or era, and ask for any related photos they might have.

Beyond photographs Next, hunt for other elements to include. Along with photos, you might bring in scans or photos of a marriage license, diploma or ephemera such as a photo of a matchbook from a long-ago favorite restaurant. Another bit of memory research that can help: Morris says gerontologists separate “episodic memory,” meaning memories from your personal life, from “semantic memory,” which is knowledge of historical facts and news. Research suggests that semantic memories stay with people longer than personal, episodic memories. Cuing those semantic See BOOKS, Page 5R

Along with including family photos in a “memory book” for an elderly person, consider including scans or photos of other memorabilia such as diplomas or invitations to events. MELISSA RAYWORTH VIA AP

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memories of what was going on in the world during a particular era can help trigger more personal memories from that time. So if you’re creating a memory book for your grandmother about her life in the 1950s, research historical events then. Search online for news stories and photographs (the Smithsonian’s online archive is one of many sources of historical photos in the public domain).

Laying it all out Once you’ve gathered all your raw material, translate your interviews and research into paragraphs that will reconnect your friend or relative with their past and accomplishments. It can be helpful to use shorter sentences and keep stories

Consider what was important to your relative, perhaps asking other family members what memories might bring the most joy to your relative now.

brief, especially if your loved one is beginning to have trouble following a narrative. Then cull through the photos and paperwork you’ve gathered to find the best visuals to tell your stories. Take time laying out the paragraphs and images on the templated pages, making sure you’re not packing too much information into each page. Ideally, the memory book will delight your relative but not overwhelm them. Finally, choose a particularly good photograph to include on the cover, then proofread your project to make sure it’s perfect before ordering printed copies.

If elderly family members struggle to remember faces in old photo albums, consider scanning those shots and printing them along with brief family stories in what memory researchers call “memory books.” MELISSA RAYWORTH VIA AP

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LICKING COUNTY PROPERTY TRANSACTIONS The first name(s) listed is the seller and the second name(s) listed is the buyer. Bennington Township » 12841 Dutch Cross Rd; Depiazza Jefferson T and Collins Jeffery S; Still Jeffry N and Tamara S; $600,000; 12/29/2017 Bowling Green Township » 12151 National Rd; Sousa William T; Holland Sarah Ellen and Lee Hunter David; $189,000; 12/29/2017 Burlington Township » 14065 North St; Hall Gregory L; Lanham Taylyn J; $58,000; 12/29/2017 Reynoldsburg » 8366 Lucerne Dr; Irish Ellen D; Ah4r Properties Llc; $191,000; 12/27/2017 » 9283 Ruston Ln; Phillips Carla R; Ah4r Properties LLC; $186,499; 12/27/2017 » 9047 Rosem Ct; Wolfel Brandon and Miller Bethany; Bhattarai Ram C; $198,000; 12/29/2017 Etna Township » 122 Hummock Dr; Rhodes Todd W and Kristine N; Acharya Keshav and Lok Maya; $195,000; 12/27/2017

» 168 Copland Dr; Pulte Homes Of Ohio LLC; Chilson Joshua D and Jessica; $297,715; 12/29/2017 » 164 Copland Dr; Pulte Homes Of Ohio LLC; Adhikari Khem P and Adhikari Menuka Et Al; $239,361; 12/29/2017 » 107 Carnation Pl; Mills Sharon L and Michael J; Varney David J; $202,400; 12/28/2017 » Hazelton-Etna Rd; Warner Farms Development Limited; Etna Park 70 LLC; $5,353,800; 12/26/2017 » 7518 National Rd; Miller Richard F and Virginia C Co-Trustees; Owens John N; $235,500; 12/28/ 2017 Franklin Township » 7630 Pleasant Chapel Rd; Campen Timothy D and Jill A; Sheets Richard T and Eileen H; $515,000; 12/28/2017 Granville » 416 Granger St; Ringler Russel L and Shelley E; Todd Shane and Kerry; $270,000; 12/29/2017 » 433 Maple W St; Fine Mona Joy; Green Manus; $263,900; 12/29/2017 Granville Township » 109 Orchard Wood Path; Kraner William C; Cannizzaro Linda Trustee; $90,000; 12/28/

2017 » 1199 Burg St; Holderith Julie Ann; Kemp Julie M and William J; $230,000; 12/28/2017 Hanover Township » 14771 Marne Rd NE; Trost Timothy A and Pamela J; Kunz Scott and Mischele; $300,000; 12/28/2017 Harrison Township » 161 Mannaseh Dr W; Westport Homes Inc; Earley Richard and Patricia; $258,500; 12/29/2017 » 4465 Blacks Rd; Ghiassi Michael and Rhonda; Murfin Andrew S and Jennifer M; $140,000; 12/26/2017 » 218 North Bend Dr; Mccarty Robert E Jr and Ellen F; Chamlagai Tek and Chamlagai Khagendra; $194,900; 12/27/2017 » 38 Corbin Dr N; Morrow Andrew and Cynthia; Jordan Bryan K and Rebecca A; $348,000; 12/27/2017 » 8106 Gale Rd SW; Anderson Kathryn E and Wallace E; Myers Christian J; $163,500; 12/29/2017 Mary Ann Township » 9948 Wilkins Run Rd; Krezczowski Walter J Iii and Elizabeth A; Kline Robert D and Gerilynn; $199,900; 12/29/2017 » 3291 Swans Rd NE; Fulk Gerald;

Garrett Rhonda; $42,000; 12/28/ 2017 » 6384 Fallsburg Rd; Brehm Margie L; Thomas Travis William; $221,000; 12/29/2017 » 5559 Hickman Rd; Murphy Tim; Scanlon John and Barbara J; $255,000; 12/28/2017 St. Louisville » 124 Perry St; Kale Shirley A; Williams Austin E; $155,000; 12/29/2017 Perry Township » 6505 Reform Rd NE; Robinson Justin; Strausz Gregory A Sr and Lisa M; $30,000; 12/27/2017 » 3746 Licking Valley Rd; Yost Jacinda; Collins Vincent E; $147,000; 12/27/2017 St. Albans Township » 3024 Mounts Rd; Chambers Harold J and Amy N; Reffitt Robert; $335,000; 12/26/2017 Hebron » 106 Warden St; Canal Investments LLC; Quick Anthony J and Wendy S; $164,000; 12/27/ 2017 » 1024 Westview Dr; Barr Michael P; Queen Laura A; $91,000; 12/26/2017 Buckeye Lake » 183 Wood St; Ldr Real Estate

LLC; Williamson Marcus A and Barbara J; $48,900; 12/27/2017 » 119 3rd St; Davis Adrian; Campbell Joseph R and Jennifer E; $114,000; 12/28/2017 Heath » 1540 Heatherview Ln; Strausz Gregory A Sr and Lisa M; Moore Laurel and Douglas F Et Al; $175,600; 12/29/2017 Newark » 888 Main E Pkwy; Morehead Sheila Darlene; Helmbold James R; $117,000; 12/26/2017 » 131 Buena Vista N St; Hutchison Robert W and Linda F; Gutridge Ralph; $50,000; 12/29/ 2017 » 365 Ballard Ave; Wilson Bandy L; Diehl Williard Jr; $69,900; 12/27/2017 » 25 Pine S St; Cline Paul E; Cook Rentals Llc; $70,000; 12/27/2017 » 25 31st N St; Ketner Julie M; Mccarthy James F and Gloria J; $88,000; 12/28/2017 » 651 Carriage Ct; Myers Diana S Trustee; Betts Amanda and Michael; $285,000; 12/29/2017 » 287a Goosepond Rd; Meyer Betty L; Skaggs Samuel E and Pansy I; $127,100; 12/29/2017 » 165 Bachmann Ave; Severt Rachelle; Peek James K; $115,000; 12/26/2017 » 386 Patrick N Dr; Pugh Ryan D; Fetter Mark L; $141,000; 12/27/

2017 » 1500 Main E St; Longaberger Company; Historic Newark Basket LLC; $1,200,000; 12/29/ 2017 » Main St; Layton George R and Diane L; Carr James M and Lisa L; $110,055; 12/29/2017 » 2525 Keny Park Ct; Mcdaniel Brian D and Elise M; Hanby Derrick R and Tammy L; $290,000; 12/28/2017 » 2561 Crestview Woods Dr; Westport Homes Inc; Jenks Brittani S and Jacob; $332,696; 12/28/2017 Pataskala » 410 Doris Rd; Wood Jerome Q; Smith Jerry W Jr; $8,800; 12/28/ 2017 » 125 Brooksedge Dr; Ivary Joel; Gregory Nicholas M and Brosnahan Caitlin N; $202,900; 12/28/ 2017 » 400 Sandmar Ct; Vanhouten Mark D; Pokhrel Umawati and Devi; $221,000; 12/29/2017 » 27 1st St; Fonner James Ewing; Manders Tansy A; $136,900; 12/26/2017 » 606 Stoneshire Loop; Foor Farms Ii LLC; Rappe Dana Ann; $289,101; 12/27/2017 » 224 Essex Pl; Scanlon John; Ah4r Properties LLC; $197,550; 12/27/2017

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