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10 The Julian News Lovely home over-looking Lake Cuyamaca. This custom home skillfully combines clean modern lines with rustic treatments of wood, copper, sheet metal and bamboo. The floor to ceiling windows on the South and East sides provide natural light, spectacular views and an impressive passive heat source in the winter. Rare, oversized .58 acre lot, 2+ bedrooms, 2 baths, and an atrium style family room. Offered at $367,900. [D North Peak: Spectacular Views! 20 acres, well/tank, road and pad in. $184,000 Townsite: .65 acres, water in, septic layout $129,000 Townsite View: .99 acres $145,000 IN ESCROW- Harrison Park: 9.92 acres, well, elec. reduced $130,000 Pine Hills: 8.21 acres, view $160,000 SOLD - Pine Hills: 4.2 acres, well, septic in, view! $175,000 Pine Hills: 6.32 acres, $175,000 Historic District 3.97 acres, with well, cleared and park like with incredible views! $125,000. e Mountain designed custom home with one of the finest panoramic views in all of Julian featured from every room. 3,300 sq.ft.,includes gourmet kitchen, , 3 romantic fireplaces, private guest wing. 2.5 acres, spacious garage and workshop. Offered below replacement cost. .Reduced to $699,000 Genuine Historic Julian Home. This home built in 2899 is charming and unique. Perfect for someone who wants to be active in preserving Julian's rich heritage. 3 bedrooms/3 full baths, 2 car garage, studio guest house with full bath. Has been used as a weekend rental for many years. Located in the heart of.Julian. $4zs, ooo Cute and Clean. 2 bedroom plus an office, 2 bath, large Iot, odeck oGreat views of the Julian countryside. Excellent buy at $249,900 Cdstom Home with terrific views on 8.41 acres. 2 - 2 car garages. Two story. Well on Property, Large brick courtyard. Short Sale - $450,000 View Parcel, 5 acres. Nice gently slopping parcel good well, water | ! storage tank, shed and pump house. I " " I ' View of the Townsite 3 97 acre parcel with well, electnoty, septic layout and There is a septic tank installed but the I " . . " " . ." | I shed Within walking dmtance of all cond'tion of the system is unknown at I " I this time. I Julian amenities. | A very good buy ot $123,000 Priced to move/$125,000 Usable 2.2 acre parcel with well, view and electricity. Price to sell at $109,000 Beautiful 10 acre Lot with incredible northwesterly views. Pad, well, tank, roads in, private. Must see to appreciate! $184,ooo PLEASE GIVE Us A CALL WE ARE YOUR REAL ESTATE CONSULTANTS 760 765 1776 00Sons of the American Legion 5T'00 Lincoln Deming Unit Post 468 M1 by Bill Fink Wildcat, Sage, And The Big "CON" Here's a little something that's been going on in this country for a long time and apparently this ecofiomic injustice has finally seen the light of day in a federal court which it hadn't seen since 1932. Maybe a hypothetical example would be in order. Suppose that you wanted to start a company to manufacture oh... let's say.., smudge sticks made of locally grown sage. You start small, harvesting local white sage that grows abundantly in Julian. You wrap it in your home and sell it to friends and family or display it on an electrical transformer on Main Street with an honor system pay box next to the sticks. Well wonder upon wonder the cash-box gets filled on the weekends making you a tidy little profit considering that your investment in raw material is virtually nothing and you don't have a job anyway So tying sage smudge sticks is a great way to spend time and make a little cash as well. Out of nowhere, Holly Golightly appears on the Today show plugging the wondrous benefits of "smudging" not to mention her new book "Smudging with Sage" Well what do you do being the go-getting business man/woman that you are? You start picking and tying like mad, move your products into the local stores, establish an Internet presence, start selling on-line and start making a small killing. Like other great American businesses that started out of garages you decide to go legit. After all, businesses and Internet purchasers are not going to give you cash. You file a fictitious business name statement, start a bank account, take out a business license, get a federal tax ID number, take out a workman's comp policy because for sure, the way business is going you'll have to hire employees and for God's sake if one of them falls off the side of a hill harvesting product, you want to be covered. Everything is going great but there is one little problem about getting that business license. Your state has a requirement that all sellers of sage smudge sticks must acquire a "CON". I never heard of this either until I read a column the other day by George Will about a real live case in Kentucky about a company that was required to get a '.'CON" before they could operate. More on that later, but let's get back to our own little case of Sage Smudgers Sticks of Julian and the "CON" they were required to get before they could be in business. A "CON" is short for a Certificate of Necessity or Need which is required in certain states for certain industries or businesses to prove that the business you want to engage in is really necessary for the public good. Never mind that we live in a capitalistic society and if you want to put your money, hard work and smarts where your mouth is, then go for it. Well...this hasn't always been the case. Often times when a "CON" is required in starting a new business, not only do you have to get a certificate to operate, you also have to let your competitors, that are already in the business, know you're going to do it. And... those competitors have the right to oppose your application. And... let's say for instance that the certificate to operate will only be "issued if the applicant is fit, willing and able properly to perform "smudging" supply and if he/she can demonstrate that existing smudging services are inadequate, and that the proposed service is or will be required by the present or future public convenience and necessity." When "CONS" are required, "Applicants (must) notify their prospective competitors, who can and often do file protests. This frequently requires applicants to hire lawyers for the hearings. There they bear the burden of proving current inadequacies and future necessities. And... they usually lose." Admittedly the quoted portions of the paragraphs above are from Will's column and state statutes about a real live case in Kentucky, which has a "CON" requirement for moving companies. In Kentucky, Wildcat Movers wanted to operate statewide and was denied a "CON" that was required for movers in Kentucky. In fact there were thirty-nine applications by movers in Kentucky in the six years leading up to 2012 and only three moved past the hearing process due to the overwhelming protests of the" existing movers (the competition). Of the three companies that made it past the hearings, none were granted "Certificates Of Necessity." This is America, land of the free, the greatest garage starting, enterprising entrepreneurial society on earth. A Certificate of Necessity? You couldn't make this up. But it's true. The Wildcat Moving Co. didn't take it lying down and sued in Federal Court. They won, citing "the CON processviolatesthe Constitution's equal protection clause because it is a "competitors' veto" that favors existing companies over prospective rivals; that the statute's requirements ("inadequate," "convenience," "necessity") are unconstitutionally vague; and that the process violates the 14th Amendment's protections of Americans' "privileges or immunities," including the right to earn a living." Originally created in the 1880's to promote, regulate and stimulate investment in railroads and public utilities, "CONS" have crept into an unwary public where business and politicians and the courts have aligned to reduce competition and control the growth of some industries at the cost of others. "CONS" have an unholy alliance between the elected .class and businesses of all stripes including railroads, streetcar lines, hospitals and health-care facilities, parking lots, cab companies and ambulance services etc. Ultimately, because it reduces competition the benefit to the public is circumspect. The benefit to existing operators is evident. The courts have been reluctant to and have not struck down a major "CON, since 1932 in the New State Ice Co. v. January 14, 2015 CReal Estat00 Prol00r00/ClVIana00ement Matthew Pitman, broker, SRES 760-212-8661 www.sandiegochoicere.com - broker@sdchoicere.com 1459 Hollow Glen Rd - ca BRE 1721750 ,'A Toast to... the Season!" PETS OF THE WEEK Evan is a 7 year old male Chihuahua blend with a handsome red coat. This little guy weighs just 7 1/2 Ibs, and is the perfect pint sized pal for a large or small home. He would love to keep you company on leash walks, watching TV or reading, or doing just about anything. If you have room in your heart for this little sweetheart, please come meet him today. Just ask for ID#A1618462 Tag#C649. Evan can be adopted for just $35. Lacey is a stunning 6 year old spayed Balinese mix. Her tiny size (just' 7 Ibs) is no match for her big personality! She is looking for a forever home where she can spend wonderful hours napping in sunbeams, investigating the best places to hide and play, and most of all, being your company for many years to come. Lacey can also be adopted for just $35, so please look her up under ID#A1621969 Tag #C109, We havemany wonderful animals waiting to find new homes as the shelter. Cats & kittens can be adopted for $58, and dogs and puppies can be adopted for just $69. Adult dogs and cat over 5 years old can become a member of your family for just $35. If you're a senior yourself, or disabled, you can make any pet your forever companion for just $35. Rabbits can be adopted for just $25, so be sure to visit our bunny room too! All adoption fees should be confirmed once you get to the shelter, and include spaying or neutering, basic vaccinations, and a 1 year license for dogs. Nothing brightens your day like coming home to the waiting face of a treasured pet, so please come meet these loving animals today. Visit them at our Central County Shelter, 5480 Gaines Street, San Diego between the hours of 9:30AM to 5:30PM, Tuesday through Saturday or visit http://www.sddac.com/for more information Liebman case in Oklahoma. So for the time being, Julian Sage and Smudge is safe from the onerous requirement of a "CON"(I did mention that this was hypothetical). Stay vigilant though because a "CON" could be coming to a state, county, or a town near you. Hear Ye t. Hear Ye! Legion members, take note that this Friday night starting at 7 P.M. is the monthly "Open Mic" at the Legion. Food is served at a great price, music is great and you get a chance to rub elbows with your fellow members. Legion cards and valid/D are strictly enforced. (619) 218-8141 ,iiiiil,iii REALTY ---NATIONAL-- realtynationalsandiego.com Custom Designed Dream Home 10 Ft Ceilings and Panoramic Views + 4 Car/RV garage Master suite with private view balcony 8ft Covered wrap around party deck Gourmet Kitchen with granite counter tops Usable 1+ acre lot and Horse friendly $489,900