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JULIAN HOME LANP Large Z kd 00 Z th, 1950 s.f. (Z) Massive atural St0me Fireplases. 0pc, beamed oeilimJs, klofly pi.e a.d wood pameli.g iwterior. Porselai. Tile - Berber Oarpeti.g fhru-out. Flagsto.e patio areas with Covered frowl" porch. 1 oar garage plus 10xl4 store room with slab floor a,d elestridty. Maw atoral sto.e plaid&apos;ers with spri.klers a.d hose bibs. Totally femoed South fad.g I/Z acre parcel. 00.00$9,000 Eropor#es are "Off the id" [No SPO#E). There is telephone Imderoround to each e have wafer meters, sofas need wells. All originally approved for $ Bed Eoo residences. $uifable for eanufaetored hoes. 1 Acre -- Oorgeoos, Slopi,o, Buildable Parcel dueed To Sell .......... 50,000 Z.65 Ames -- Fabulous View, Seller Will Provide Septic Layout with acceptable offer ................................................... I $5,000 l.7t Acres -- Has Water Meter, Nice View, Large Buildable LOt ...... -15,000 .65 Acres-- Large Pared with Water Meter, House Pla,s Available ... I tS,000j Z.6Z Acres -- Fabulous Slopi,g Parcel Oovored with Oaks, Septic Layout, Water Meter Paid ............................................... q 65,000 Z.77 Acres -- Paved oads, U,dergrou,d Utilities, Water Meter Paid, Septic Layout for BV, .................................................. q 75,000 .I Acres -- Approved Site Fla,. radimg Ram, Septic Layout for  Bed Eoo Water Meter Paid, Approved House Ram ............................ 175,000 L5 Aores -- Approved Ram for t ed Eoom, ZBath, Z/tO0 S.F. esideloe, Oomtty approved radi.g Pla,, Approved t Bed Eoom Septio layout, Wafer Meter, Heady To Build ................................................... Z 19,000 Adjaoemf to Amza-rrego State Park. Elestri amd Telepho.e available .......... ....................... uoEp ........................... -$9,000 10 Acres with raded Pad, Sorveyed, 10,000 gal. water ta.k, graded aeess road. Spestaeular Views. Ideal for vi,eyard, orchard, great horse property ............... ........................ OFFEEL AT. ......................... $7,,000 $.Z1 Acres -- BroatMaki,g Pamoramie View Lot. Oompletely Surveyed. Has proposed m Piego oumty Hoaffh Pepartmemt septic layout for $ Bed Eoom residemoe. Seller will provide ooumty approval with acceptable offer ........................ $Z6,000 $.11 Acres -- Very Private with Well Trailer, Pog Ke..eL Storage Buildieg ....... ................................................ q99,999 6.g Aores -- Your horses will love this fabulous view site with completed proposed ed ,oom septic layout. Eeeently surveyed .......................... $Z0,000 L9 Acres -- Fabulous 60 View Properly. Septic Approved for t Bed loom P, esideme. All Utilities at Property. Water Meter I.stalled. Lots of Usable La,d for Horses, e, arde.s ........................................................ | 99,000 l.l 6 Aores -- Terrific Views, Two legal Paresis, Two Addresses for the Prise of Ome! Septic i. for sine. Two Sets of Water Shares, EleYio Pole om Twi. Oaks ProperTy. Electric Pole o Pi.e Tree La,e. Most See to Appreciate. $5159 Twim Oaks t SZSZ Pi,e Tree La.e. Priced to sell .............. $|9,000 .65 Acre -- All usable overlooki,g Ke,.er gameh. Has approved septic layout. Water shares to o,vey. Easy access to outy maintai,ed road ................ $9,000 .#9 Acre -- Terrific all usable level to gentle lot with approved septis layout for Z Bed oom residemee. Ma,ofastured home OIL Water shares to oomvey. Survey complete. All utilities available ................................ Price Eedueed to $$,000 Z Bed oo Z Bath, 1900 oof, Exposed Oedar Carport. Additiomal amimals .... located I Z Aores. This is .ot .ow- $99,000 =s Holiday Food Drive All Wrapped Up For Another Year by Vee Lumpkins What a wonderful day it was on Tuesday December 22nd when we gave out 170 apple boxes of food for the hungry in our community to brighten their Christmas. We have always given out 140 boxes each year in the past. We had more applicants, some who had lost jobs, some disabled and unable to work, seasonal workers and for many with very low income if any. When I say "we" it means the entire community of Julian had a part in all this. So many thanks are herewith expressed to all the following. It all began in October when JULIAN NEWS began weekly publication of the project. Rebecca of SOUNDINGS prepared application forms on 5" x 8" green card stock with an attachment notice in red. We kept the green application and the applicants kept the red to present to us to receive their box. Anita Nichols of MOM'S PIE SHOP provided all the apple boxes we needed. Tom Hensley who works for Anita promptly delivered 50 boxes that we needed to decorate with Christmas wrap and our poster. Jean James and Roberta Pitt helped me decorate the boxes. The elementary school requested 25 boxes; the High School requested 11 and the Junior High requested 6. The rest of the boxes we placed in shops in town. We delivered these boxes after Thanksgiving. Tom Hensley eventually delivered 170 boxes. We stored them at Shanna Ackerman's craft shop garage. When our application process was completed, we placed our order with Scott Brown of DON'S MARKET. We ordered 100 frozen turkeys, 70 canned hams, a dozen eggs for each box, a 5 lb. bag of potatoes, bags of oranges, canned tuna, yams and green beans. All these items comprised the box. On distribution day, we placed a freshly baked apple pie that Liz Smothers donated from JULIAN PIE COMPANY. On Friday, December 18th the last day of school before the holiday vacation, Scott Laughlan and his crew picked up all the boxes at the schools and brought them to the town hall. On Saturday, they picked up all the items ordered at DON'S MARKET with the exception of the turkeys and hams which they picked up Monday evening. Those who helped Scott are Paul Nelson, Dan Marshall, Ted Snoedy, a guest of his, a foreign exchange student, Joe, Jeremy and Sam Martinez and Paul Haflinger. On Monday the 21st, Irma Blakley and Brijida Gutierrez neatly placed all 170 boxes on tables and filled them with the purchased items. Christie O'Connell, Irma and Brijida placed all the donated items on long tables by category. There were a little over 2,055 items which we received primarily from the schools. This enabled each recipient to choose twelve items from these tables to add to their box. their was a wonderful selection of donated foods from the schools, lots of canned meats, pastas, macaroni and cheese,a great assortment of canned vegetables and fruits, many cans of soup and a great variety of other items. The big day arrived, a very rainy morning but we were cozy inside the hall. Dorothy Bent took care of the refreshment table where we served coffee, hot chocolate and cookies. MOM'S Pie Shop donated some lovely Christmas cookies. With my assistant Barbara Simpson, Irma Blakey we began the process. Upon receiving the red form, we matched it with the green application form. Rick Fowler handed the boxes to each one. Jean James and Roberta Pitt were our traffic escorts taking each recipient first to the toy table if there were children in the family and then on to the tables of donated fool:. Aida Bucan gave them plastic bags to use and ushered them on to the rows o. food. After selection of 12 items, they then turned their green form to Harry Bucon to receive their turkey or ham and that was the end of the trail. Howard Simpson manned the parking lot which was difficult because of the rain and at times flurries of snow. Patti Belling and Shirley darling assisted us., All went well and systemically and we had processed everyone by 10:00. We then held our drawing for those who came back after taking their food package to their cars. We had some nice prizes. Mary Morgan one of Dorothy Bent's crafters donated a beautiful wreath she had decorated as well as a glass candle arrangement she had put together. Grand prize was a large electric roasting pan. We had many stuffed animals at our toy table many were given to us by Robert Drewry Then it was all over. That's not the end of our story. None of what happened could have been accomplished without money. We had been receiving money donations at the start. About a week and a half before distribution day, donations had dropped off. Thoughts began troubling as we had a little over $2,000 in our account. I began to wonder if I would be stuck with an enormous debt. Just out of the blue, a lovely couple who wish to remain anonymous came to me at the town hall kitchen and wrote out a check for $750.00 I later learned they had emailed friends and told them about our concern. The following is a list of all who contributed to this program: SONS OF THE AMERICAN LEGION - $500.00 JULIAN REAL ESTATE BOARD - $500 Folks who own CASA LA VISTA - $750.00 Dennis & Rita Cantor- $50O.0O Cathy Conheim & Donna Brooks - $250.00 VARIOUS AMOUNTS: Jim Mazzone Howard & Barbara Simpson Gary & Patricia Cox Sam & Donna Cook Miriam Alsup Pat Otto Robert Drewry Gig Ballinger & Rein Dorothy McMahan William Stovall in memory of Barbara Stovall Greg Hensley Joanie Munson Skip & Jan McKeever Ingrid & Carl Englund John & Eleanor Halopoff Jaqk Shelver. D & J Winslow Dennis Trafecanty & Glenda Kimmerly Mary Jones If I have left someone off, pease let me know. When it was over, I talkect with Scott of DON'S Market, he gave me the total amount due for the purchased items. It was $3,513.00. I exclaimed "WE GOT IT." PTL We very much appreciate the children at our schools who so generously gave and we thank the staff of each school who encouraged the children to be part of this program. We are grateful to all who had a part in this special activity at the end of our year 2009. Last but not least, we are so grateful to our Heavenly Father who guided us through it. Pid You (NAPSA)--The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ENERGY STAR program and Boys & Girls Clubs of America educate and activate their neighbors to be more energy efficient. Visit www.energystar. gov/changetheworld for ideas and information. Parade conducts frequent polls to take the pulse of readers on hot-button topics. 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Property owners can request a review of their property value for free by contacting the Assessor's Office. Assembly Bill 992, effective as of January 1, helps protect property owners from being victimized by businesses and individuals whose misleading scam mailers can be easily mistaken for official documents and confusing to the taxpayer. These mailers, promising lower assessments and charging fees greater than any tax savings, are hopefully a thing of the past. "Property owners can request a review of their assessment for free by completing a simple form available from my offce or on my web site" stated David Butler, San Diego County Assessor/Recorder/ Clerk. "In addition, my staff is very proactive in reviewing values for potential lower assessments as it is my job to make sure no property owner pays more than their fair share of property taxes." Last year, the Assessor's Office proactively reduced over 72,000 assessments under this provision, when no request for review was made by the homeowner. A total of 216,000 properties received a temporary reduction, and associated tax savings, for the 2009 lien year. This proactive stance resulted in reducing the number of formal appeals by more than half over the prior year. The number of formal appeals filed in 2008 hit a record number of 42,620 cases. This year, for the 2009 assessment, filings dropped to just over 20,200. During normal economic times, less than 4,000 appeals are filed annually. Property owners are encouraged to review their current assessed values and compare it to the market value as of January 1, 2010. If they believe their property's market value is less than its assessed value, they should file an Application for Review of Assessment with the Assessor's Office as soon as possible, but no later than May 14, at no cost. (If the property currently has a temporary reduced value under this provision, no new application is needed as it is scheduled for review again this year.) The application is available online at, in all Assessor's branch offices, or by phoning the Assessor's Office at (858) 505-6262. When complete, please return the application to the Assessor/Recorder/County Clerk, 1600 Pacific Highway, Suite 103, San Diego, CA 92101. Property owners who apply for this informal temporary reduction will be notified of the result of their request no later than July. If they still disagree with the value, a formal assessment appeal process is available through the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, Assessment Appeals Service, between July 2 and November 30.