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January 6, 2010 FISHING REPORT News from Lake Cuyamaca Last Week's Results and This Week's Prognosis December 31, 200g HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM LAKE CUYAMACA Our hours have changed. In January the Lake has waterfowl hunting every Wednesday, all day and on Sunday morning. That means we are closed all day on Wednesdays and do not open for fishing on Sundays until 10:00 am. The tackle shop opens at 8 am on weekdays and at 6:00 am on Saturday. On Wednesday, 4 mallards, 1 Bufflehead and 1.Merganser were taken. There are still a few slots available for one day hunting. The cost is $75.00 for a one day hunt. Please call the district office at 619-447-8123 and ask for Georgia. We had a little rain on Wednesday. Today is sunny, with a breeze from the east and cool. The trout are still biting. Notables: Bill Mace of Spring Valley caught 5 trout weighing a total of 10 1/2 pounds. The largest was 4.4 pounds caught on orange twist at the dike. Gary Motika of Pine Valley caught 5 trout weighing in at 7 pounds on power worms at Kitchen Cove. Tom, Tori and Ethan Walton of Temecula caught 12 trout for a total of 20 pounds, the largest 5.7 pounds using homemade trout egg bait at the Willows. Karl Wiese of Spring Valley caught 4 trout weighing a total of 3.9 pounds on power bait at the wood dock. Trevor Jester of Oceanside, 10 years old, caught a 5.8 pound trout on rainbow power bait at the Dike. Jay Yamato of La Jolla caught 5 trout weighing a total of 7 pounds. His largest was 2.2 pounds. He was using green power bait at the Dike. Michael Loft of Julian caught 5 trout, the largest 4.3 pounds using a Panther Martin. Keith Sandberg of Escondido caught 5 trout for a total of 9 pounds. The largest was 4.5 pounds, using power bait at the N. Jetty. Britt Jones of Redondo Beach caught 3 trout, the largest 3.5 pounds on night crawlers at Lone Pine. Jason Thornton of Ramona caught one bass weighing in at 7.4 pounds on a red/white trout teaser. Courtland Young of San Diego caught 4 trout for a total weight of 7 pounds. His largest was 5 pounds using power bait w/night crawler at the Handicap dock. The free fishing class is held every Saturday at the launch ramp. Meet Ranger Charlie at 10:00 am. The decontamination wash down is required for all private vessels before a launch. Float tubes and waders must be washed down before using in the Lake. There Is A Fee For The Wash Down. For further information or to make reservations for condos, cabins or camping, please call 877-581-9904. OPEN MONDAY - FRIDAY 8:30AM TO 5PM C>dySmok 'l!,( .... i---I- Winterizing It's not too late to winterize for the birds. Do you have enough high-fat foods like peanuts, black oil sunflower seed, suet cakes or nuggets? Do you need to attach a roosting box to a fence post? Are your heated birdbaths plugged in? Does your de-icer work? The birds will thank you. E-mail: birdingbits@cfl.rrcom @2009 ng Features Syndicate, Inc. The Julian News 11 S OLD ! "'=:::::::::: eel: 760-213-1185 Talk to me about other Great listings. Listed for $549,000. Email: Rick@JulianREO.com Apple Junction RE Locally owned 25 years Small Business Recovery Microloans Help Keep Small Businesses Out (NAPSA)--A newly expanded program could help millions of Americans start their own small business or improve the one they have. The initiative provides "micro- loans" of under $500 and up to $35,000 to startup, newly estab- lished or growing small busi- nesses. Such companies are the No. 1 employer in the U.S., having generated 70 percent of new jobs annually over the past decade, and it is believed that bolstering their access to credit could be key to improving the economy as a whole. Indeed, the Microloan Pro- gram, offered through the Small Business Administration (SBA), is a significant component of the American Recovery and Reinvest- ment Act of 2009. Expanding the program is meant to provide extra funding for SBA-backed microlend- ers across the country, providing enough for $50 million in new loans. Improving Access While the Microloan Program is open to all entrepreneurs, the initiative especially supports underserved markets, including borrowers with little or no credit history, low-income borrowers, and women and minority entre- preneurs. In the past, these Microloans could help people start businesses or find the credit they need to help their cur- rent business thrive. groups have had difficulty qualify- ing for conventional loans or other larger, SBA-guaranteed loans. To maximize chances for their busi- ness success, all borrowers must participate in training, classroom or one-to-one counseling and other forms of technical assistance. How To Apply The first step for those consid- ering a microloan is to develop a business plan or update the one they have. You can find a number of online resources to help at www.sba.gov. They include an assessment tool to help determine if you are ready to start a small business, a tutorial on developing a business plan, and training courses on "How to Prepare a Loan Package." New California Laws For 2010 Harvey Milk Day 2010: California Law StipulatesMay 22 When. Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed off on SB572, he instituted an official Harvey Milk Day on May 22nd. What is likely to cause a firestorm - come May - is the provision that encourages public schools to hold commemorative exercises that familiarize students with Harvey Milk's accomplishments and the contributions he made to California. Recognize Same Sex Marriage (minus the designation) SB54 specifies that same sex marriages are recognized in California. The marriages must meet one of two qualifications: a) they must have been entered into legally during the period of time when California offered gay marriage; b) they must have taken place before 11-05-2008 in a state that legally performs same sex marriage. Additionally, any gay marriage taking place after that date in a state that legally performs it will also be recognized in California - affording the brides or grooms all the rights and responsibilities that come with a marriage -- but the union will not legally be designated as "marriage." Lead Free Faucets Beginning January 1, 2010, it is illegal to sell faucets (fittings and also replacement parts) in California that contain more than % of lead. Until December 31, 2009, the legal limit is 8%. This legislation was actually signed back in 2006 and is known as AB1953. Homeowners may notice that it will be virtually impossible to purchase replacement parts for their current faucets and likely will have to incur the expense of a complete faucet exchange. PersonM Sex Offender Info to be Published for Anyone Convicted of Felony Child Pornography Involving Victims Younger Than 16 Signed into law in September of 2008, SBl187 is one of the new California laws that go into effect January 1, 2010. Anyone convicted of felony child pornography charges will soon see his (or her) name, photograph, physical description, address, and criminal history on the California Megan's Law website. Increases Homestead Exemption in Bankruptcy Filing In the past, the California homestead exemption was $50,000 for a single person, $75,000 for a married couple and $150,000 for the disabled and the elderly. As of January 1, 2010, the homestead exemption increases across the board by $25,000 each, courtesy of AB1046. Anti-Paparazzi Claims Make Publishers of Photos Liable If you are a paparazzo, you may soon cost the first publisher of your photos a pretty penny. AB524 states that a publisher, who causes (or condones) a paparazzo in pursuit of photos or audio recordings to engage in behavior that a reasonable person would define as offensive, is liable for fines between $5,000 and $50,000. This law has the heaviest impact on publishers in search of first time publication rights Eve, one grape is picked and eaten at each toll. This symbolizes good luck each month in the coming year. "Iheater productions and movies are interrupted to carry out this custom. Source: www.fathertimes.net 2009 by King Features Syndicate, Inc. World rights reserved. Of The Credit Crunch Next, visit the site to find an approved microlender in your area. The maximum term allowed on a microloan is six years. However, terms vary according to the size of the loan, the planned use of" funds, the requirement of the lender and the needs of the small-business owner. Additionally, lenders typi- cally require some type of collateral and the personal guarantee of the business owner to repay the loan. Interest rates on the loans vary but typically fall between 8 and 9 percent. Rates are negotiated between the borrower and microlender. About The Recovery Act The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 provides the SBA with program tools that offer new economic incentives to small businesses and lenders alike, all aimed at growing the economy through job creation, re- starting lending and investing in small business. tn addition to expanding access to microloans, the act temporarily eliminated certain loan fees and offers deferred loan payments of up to $35,000 through its Amer- ica's Recovery Capital (ARC) loan program, among other initiatives. 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