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8 The Julian News County of San Diego Department of Environmental Health Household Hazardous, Electronic &amp; Universal Waste Collection .Event Who: San Diego County Unincorporated Area Residents Where: County Road Station, Julian 1524 Highway 78, Julian CA 92036 When: Saturday, February 13, 2010 Time: 9:00 am to 2:00 pro We will NOT accept: Business Waste, Tires, Ammunition, Explosives, Large Appliances or Medication For Information Please Call: 1-877-R-I-EARTH (1-877-713-2784) Se Habla Espaol Bring up to 15 gallons or 125 pounds of waste per car Please tape ends of household batteries Home-generated sharps (syringes, needles & lancets) will be accepted in rigid, closed containers Funded by a grant from the California Integrated Waste Management Board Friends Of The Library Annual Meeting The Friends of the Julian Library will hold their Annual Membership Meeting on February 9, 2010 6pm at the Julian Library. Elections will be held for four seats on the nine member Board of Directors. Incumbents, Dee Bild, Pat Cox and Jan Mattias are candidates for re-election. Mary Lou Jones will be leaving the Board so that vacancy will be available. Earlier, the Board appointed Melanie Klika to fill the vacancy left by Scott Laughlin. The membership will be askel to confirm her appointment. If anyone is interested in entering names for additional nominations, please call Dee Bild at (760) 765-0773 Nominations will also be taken from the floor at the meeting. Members will be given an update on the financial status, the past year's accomplishments, future plans of the organization, the Librarian's report and acknowledgments to deserving volunteers followed by the entertaining program "Men Who Cook" featuring chef Charles of the Candied Apple Bakery who will present us with techniques for creating delicious Valentine chocolates! Please join us for refreshments and Charles' special treats. JOIN HORTON and THE MAYOR IN THE FIGHT AGAINST GLOBAL WARMING. " ._/ Horton and The Mayor understand how important it is for each of us to do our part. We can all fight global L warming by making easy changes in our homes, at school, and at work. Learn more at energystar.gov. Medical Clinic Q & A continued from page l In the past year, their newly remodeled clinics in El Cajon and Cathedral City have more than doubled patient volumes. Centro Medico, El Cajon recently moved to a new facility after a complete conversion from commercial to medical space. A 6,000 square foot expansion of the clinic in Cathedral City also involved remodeling commercial space. At this time projects are PAUL 151CANI Ow00er-l;roker 8ales-Associates SHi;KYLL STKICKLANIP . KICK IHI;K Large Z led Reo Z th, 190 s.f. {Z) Mamive ,afural StoM Fireplaces. Open beamed eeili, Imoffy pine al wood pa.eli,g Iterlor. Porcelai, Tile  erber CarpetiNg thru-out. Flagetoee patio areas with covered frowt porch. I oar garage plus t 0x14 store room with slab floor and elestricity. Ma.y ,aforal sto,e platers with sprinlders a'huse bibs. Totally fenced Sooth facing l/Z acre parcel. 0000$9,000 FroporfftJ are "Off the Add" [Ho $8.E2. n, t, telepe orerou, d to oh pared. kave water aerat some need wells. All originally approved for $ ed Koo residences. for mnefaetored hoeL I Acre -- (orgeous, Slopi uildable Parcel dused To ell .......... 0,000 Z.SJ Aerus -- Fabulous View, 9oiler Will Provide 9optic Layout with acceptable offer ................................................... 1 f, O00 t.7t/tr -- Has Water Meter, Nie View, Large luildable Lot ...... 1,000 /lrus-- Large Parcel with Water Meter, House Pla Available ... ! ,000 LSZ Mrus -- Fulo Slopi,g ParceL 0overed with Oaks, eptie Layout, Water Meter Paid ............................................... I 6,000 L77 Aerus -- Paved Eoads, Undorgrood Utilities, Water Meter Paid, Septic Layout for IIIK .................................................. q7,O00 4.14/us -- Approved Site Fla.. radi,g Plan, Septic Layout for t ed Reo Wafer Meter Paid, Approved ttomm Ram ............................ 178,000 Z. Aerus -- Approved Iqam for t led Koom, Zth, Z400 S,F. Reddenoe, Ooul,y approved (Wading PIeR Approved $ 6ed Eoom ,1tc layout, Water Meter, Ready To lild .Z19,00 January 20, 2010 NAME: The Mayor FIGHTING GLOBAL WARMING BY: With my friend Horton lending a hand We helped all the Whos across the land! We insulated homes and changed lights. They're now fluorescents.-.-so very bright. ENERGY STAR ; showed us the way To make a difference every day. SAVINGS PER HOME: $400 11,000 kWh 5,800 Ibs. C02 under way for the clinics in Oasis and Coachella, and for opening a clinic in Desert Hot Springs. The Desert Hot Springs opening will bring the total number of clinics to seven Acquisition of a clinic in Escondido will add one more this year. Expanding and improving our Julian Clinic is next on the calendar for 2010 and has full support of the BCHF and JMF Boards of Directors. But there's a catch: Grants and other public funding are not currently being awarded for basic real estate; so that's where JMF comes in... JMF is spearheading the purchase of the Carriage Barn property Once JMF owns the property, it will lease the property to BCHF. Under the direction of President Dr. Carl Englund, JMF Vice President Chuck Kimball, with the help of his wife Nanessence, led the search for a new facility for several years. He is now heading the expansion project for JMF. We think we have found the perfect location at the Carriage Barn. County zoning ordinance requires that a clinic must be located on commercial property, a commodity that is relatively scarce in the downtown Julian 47 Acres -- #reat horse property wffh well and 700 gallon water storage tank. AdJacewr to A,za-lorrego State Park. Eleutrio and Telephone available .......... ....................... puolp ........................... -$9,000 | 0 Acres wffh raded Pad, Surveyed, I 0,000 gal. water tank, graded access road. Spectacular Views. Ideal for vieeyard, orchard, great horse property ............... ........................ OFFEP, EP AT .......................... $Z7,000 &1 Acres -- ireathtaki,g Pa,oramie View It. Completely Surveyed. Has proposed an Wlego Oouwty Health Pepartme,t septic layout for J ed Reo resideaee. Seller will provide oouldy approval with acceptable offer ........................ $Z6,000 8,11 Acres -- Very Private with Well Trailer, Pog Kennel Storage uildi,g ....... ................................................ 199,999 6,Zl Acres -- Your horses will love this fabulous view site with completed proposed ed Room septic layout. Recently sorveyed .......................... SZ0,000 Z.9 Acres -- Fabulous 60 View Property. Septic Approved for  ed oot Residence. All Utilities at Property. Water Meter Installed. Lots of Usable La,d for Horses, #ardens ........................................................ $199,000 1.16 Acres -- Terrific Views, Two legal Parcels, Two Addrees for the Price of One! Septic ie for oee. Two Sets of Water Shares, Elestri Pole oe Twie Oaks Property. Elestric Pole on Pi.e Tree La,e. Must See to Appreciate. tl9 Twin Oaks t Z5 Pine Tree Lane. Priced to sell .............. $19,000 .6 Acre -- All usable overlooki,g Kea,er a,ch. Has approved septic layout. Water shares to o,vey. Easy access to County maimai,ed road ................ $9,000 .9 Acre -- Terrific all usable level to geWrle lot with approved septic layout for Z ed Room residence. Maeufastured home OK. Water shares to convey. Survey complete. All utilities available ................................ Price Reduced to $45,000 Koof, [xpused 0edar ,;'Aufn toe Fireplace. Large covered  ear earp0rt. Addtfl0ml l'ildi..g used for w0rkhop, bare, storage, a.imals .... 10eared a a 1/4 mile driveway r0 Old rowth Forest on 1Z Acres. This is ,or aeclusure....Origi,ally priced at $99,000 NOW- 000049,000 area. It happens that the Carriage Barn on A Street is zoned C-34 as required. So, to purchase the property, JMF needs to raise money, which is why JMF has been and continues to solicit donations. Will this project increase the number of local jobs? We anticipate that the remodel will take about 6 months. We plan to use local contractors and workers wherever possible. For clinic staffing after construction is complete, we will make every effort to employ qualified residents from the Julian area. Will the renovation .work on the Carriage Barn change Main Street much? No changes, other than a directional sign or two, are planned for Main Street. One of the major benefits of this location is that we can be "right down town" yet not take any of the very valuable sidewalk frontage. We think of this as a public service without adverse impact to the commercial area. How is this being financed? Financing for the proposed Julian Clinic expansion has two parts. The JMF will obtain financing, through donations, to make the down payment on the property and will assume the loan for the balance. A long-term lease with BCHF to provide medical services will provide the loan payments and other costs. BCHF, as the FQHC, is eligible for Federal, State, and County grant funding for expansion and remodeling of existing clinics. We anticipate being able to obtain the necessary remodel grants based on their past successes. In addition, according to our Supervisor's office, County grants are available for specific portions of a community project such as ours. We expect to receive some help with the "green" items like solar water and electricity. After the close of escrow, BCHF can apply for these grants and staff is already working on them. What stage are we in the process? The property is currently in escrow and is due to close on the first of February. The owners have agreed to carry a first trust deed with a down payment of $200,000 which, plus costs of $18,000, defines the goal of this fund drive. Much of the normal costs like realtor fees, preliminary drawings, and escrow fees have been partially or completely donated. At this time, it is planned that JMF will obtain title, and the BCHF will lease the facility from them at a rate sufficient to cover all costs. In addition, the BCHF will take responsibility for the costs of the remodel project. What happens if we don't get to that next stage? Planning for a disaster is not in our workbook. This is an unusual escrow in that both the buyer and seller are committed to making this work for everyone and we are all working with positive, proactive attitudes to insure success. You can add your support with a donation to the project today. We know that funds are in short supply this year, and only ask that you give what you can. Remember, everyone is important to us, and the new clinic will be for everyone. Please find time to join our team. We are discussing several avenues of financing at this time, but the bottom line is that we fully expect to raise the needed funds. The 2010 Census Offers Short- Term Jobs with Long-Term Results The U.S. Census Bureau is already looking for job applicants to work for the 2010 Census. Peak hiring will be from February 2009 through the end of May 2010 for temporary assignments, most lasting 5 to 10 weeks. By working on this once-a- decade population headcount, residents have an opportunity to be a part of history. Conducted every decade since 1790, the constitutionally mandated census affects community funding and determines representation in Congress. "The jobs, which offer competitive wages and flexible schedules, also allow people to work in their neighborhoods and for their neighborhoods," said Marilia Matos, the Census Bureau's associate director for field operations. "We hire locally, and an accurate count means a fair distribution of money for schools, roads, neighborhood improvements and elderly care in your community." In 2009, the Census Bureau will hire about 140,000 people to help update the Census Bureau's address list. The workers will use GPS-equipped hand-held computers to verify, add and delete addresses, and they will be paid for training. By the end of the 2010 Census, the Census Bureau will have employed about 1.4 million temporary workers in communities across the country. Employees will update the Census Bureau's address list, interview people who do not respond to the census by mail and perform other assignments vital to the national count By 2010, there will be more than 310 million people living in an estimated 130 million households across the country and everyone must be counted in order to ensure seats are apportioned in the U.S. House of Representatives and federal and state funding is distributed fairly The U.S. population is more diverse than ever before, with people speaking a record number of languages. As a result, in many areas the Census Bureau will need to hire people who are bilingual. "If we do not obtain an accurate count in 2010, each person residing in the United States will be affected," Matos said. "Everyone deserves to have a voice and be counted, and by working for the 2010 Census, you will be directly involved with ensuring that happens." Most positions require U.S. citizenship, a driver's license and use of a vehicle, and each applicant will undergo a background check. A short- term job with long-term results, 2010 Census positions offer competitive wages and flexible schedules. To apply for a census job, call toll free 1-866-861-2010. For more information on the 2010 Census, visit <http://www. census.gov/2010census/\>.