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January 28,2009 FuiI Service "t st in the County" Meat Department O.S.DA. Choice Beef . Buffalo Meat Special and Holiday Orders Cut to your Speci]icaUons Groceries. Sundries. Fresh Produce Beer. Wine. Liquor'Dry Cleaning NOW AT DONS . OPEN DAILY , 6 a.m. . 8p.m. ~Z Please join us for coffee with our Julian High School superintendent, Mr. Peabody The 1st Wednesday Every month 9:00-10:30 am at the Julian Coffee House Bring a positive attitude and a warm welcomer For more information call Diane Vile of the Julian Parent Collation 760-505-8414 Local T_perience Since 1988 * Long Term Forest Maintenance and Planning * Hazardous Removal and Precision Felling * Ornamental Pruning and Lacing * Brush Clearing and Chipping * Stump Grinding FREE ES TIMA TES Fully Insured for Your Protection ERIC DAUBER H: 760-765-2975 C: 760-271.9585 PC Box 254 JULIAN, CA. 92036 Chief Howley Retires From U.S. Navy Mr. and Mrs. Marty Howley of Fallbrook are honored to announce the retirement of their son, Chief DC Timothy A. Howley, who, after graduating from Julian High School in 1984, served 24 years in the U.S. Navy with honorable service, from March 1985 to January 2009. Chief Howley served during the Gulf War aboard the USS Underwood FF6-36 and the USS John F. Kennedy CV67 in Jacksonville, FL. He also served in Honolulu, HI and has received numerous medals and decorations for service to his country. Chief Howley retired January 28, 2009 onboard the USS John Paul Jones in San Diego, CA, at 32nd Street, where he was last stationed during the Global War on Terrorism. At his retirement event, he was joined by his wife, Chief Theresa Howley, his mother, Kay Howley, father Marty Howley, his brothers and sisters-in-law, uncles, aunts, nieces and numerous friends. Good luck, Tim, you have made your family proud. My Thoughts by Michele Harvey My Friend - Linda Hummer In the mid 1990s I met Linda when she worked at Majestic Pines Water District. I was dating a man who worked with her and I liked her immediately. She quit the water district job to work for the Julian Chamber of Commerce and was an asset and great public relations person for Julian with her smiles and positive attitude. Linda is two people to me. She is a very positive person, like the human equivalent of Champagne bubbles, and she is a fine musician. Early on in our friendship, Julian had a Farmer's Market. Linda and her music partner Frank played at the Farmer's Market, Menghini Winery and at Baileys Barbecue. After that duo split, Linda played at several places in Julian. She mostly played and sang music with Lani Stuart Gonzalez as Raven, and often with Chris Cornish at The Julian Coffee House. Linda did a lot to bring musicians and audiences together in Julian. My husband Mike reminded me of that as we sat listening to PLOW, one of my favorite Blue Grass groups, at the Wynola Pizza Express. It was Linda who got Thursday Open Mike going at Pine Hills Lodge. Too bad we can't enjoy that anymore. And it was Linda who convinced Harry Horner to bring musicians to Wynola. At first the musicians were all local to this area, and gradually more groups came from other areas of San Diego County and occasionally from Arizona. Music at Wynola Pizza has become so popular that after years of Saturday nights only, they have added Friday night music. The quality of music we hear at Wynola Pizza improves each year and is now mostly Blue Grass, Folk, Celtic and some nights of Jazz. Over the years we've seen and enjoyed Peggy Watson sing original autobiographical tunes, KEV, an amazing finger picker, the Mark Jackson western band, Trails and Rails singing and playing western songs that remind me of the Sons Of the Pioneers, Laguna, Gemma Romano, Blake Rogers and Janice Bina-Smith playing some great original tunes, Unknown Legend, the very talented Sara Petite singing and playing twangy Americana Music, Grand Canyon Sundown playing original tunes and sounding a bit like the Eagles, Mile High, Mark Kinney, Harry Joe Reynolds who has been playing his own style of music in the backcountry longer than I can remember, Howling Coyotes, Holler, and Heloise Love, whose voice fits perfectly with the Celtic tunes she sings and plays. Some groups have disbanded and gone their separate ways, some members have moved out of state, some have regrouped into new groups. Linda moved down the hill when she took a job at a school district and moved to Del Dios. She still occasionally sings and plays her guitars and kazoo at Wynola Pizza and now shares her husband Clark with us and fits photos of her grandchildren into the evening's entertainment, with lots of giggles and smiles. Linda has done a lot to put Julian on the San Diego County music map. She's my favorite kind of friend. She shares something she loves and does what she can to help her community and her friends, all at the same time. When we're lucky, she does it with her kazoo. These are my thoughts. Jeremy's On The Hill, Teams With Local Buffalo Ranch And Winery Wynola restaurant, Jeremy's On The Hill, will collaborate with local Star B Buffalo Ranch and the Pamo Valley Winery to offer San Diegans a unique evening of wining and dining in the back country. On Tuesday, February 10, at 6:30 pm. Jeremy's is teaming up with local Star B Buffalo Ranch and Ramona's Pamo Valley Winery to conduct a special, 5-course gourmet dinner event that offers haute cuisine consisting of grass fed bison meat, specifically paired with local fine wine. Jeremy's On The Hill is creating unique menu items that use American Bison, commonly referred to as "buffalo". Jeremy Manley, the 22-year old La Cordon Blu graduate and proprietor of upscale restaurant, Jeremy's On The Hill. in Wynola, believes in using local products for creating his fare whenever possible. "1 felt that working directly with Star B Ranch and Pamo Valley Winery to create a unique dining event was a great way to introduce people to what we can do back here in the East County," said Manley. In addition to the salad and dessert courses, the 5-course dinner will include 3 unique dishes prepared with grass fed buffalo meat. Each course will be specifically paired with local wines that compliment the flavors and ingredients of that dish. The price for this event is $50 per person, and advanced reservations are required. Tickets to the dinner can be obtained at Jeremy's. at 4354 Highway 78. in Wynola, or by contacting Star B Buffalo Ranch, at (760) 789-5767, or Pamo Valley Winery, at (760) 271-3090 or info@pamovallevvinevards.com. Jeremy's On The Hill is a fine dining restaurant, featuring California fresh cuisine. They serve lunch and dinner. Thursday through Tuesday. and a Sunday breakfast. They are located at 4354 Highway 78, Wynola. CA, (760) 765-1587. More information can be found at www.jeremysonthehill.com Established in 1979. Star B Ranch produces top quality buffalo breeding stock and fine quality buffalo meat. Recently Star B Ranch has partnered with other mid-western buffalo ranchers to produce a full line of grass fed buffalo meat. Star B Ranch, which is family owned and operated, is located in the Witch Creek area of San Diego County. Pamo Valley Winery is a small winery producing premium, award winning wines from local Ramona AVA wine grapes. They have been producing wine since 2004, and are located at 2032 Black Canyon Road, Ramona, CA, www.pamovallevwinerv.com. The Julian News 5 Open seven days.\\~ J,~vw.ideasinwood.net [DERSINWOOD Quality Cabinets & Furniture Since 1979 Kitchen & Bath Cabinets * Countertops Remodel and new Construction Furniture * Home Decor Kitchen Cabinet Design Center and furniture showroom 850 Main Street Ramona [760] 765-2032 (760) 788-1560 Progressively Old Fashioned Collectibles Gifts Jewelry 2111 Main Street In The Heart of Downtown Julian :~!i } i~ :~i :: }!i; The man who thinks he can live without others is mistaken," the one who thinks others can't live without him is even more deluded. -- Hasidie Saying Julian Community Planning Group In Action On January 12, 2009 JCPG held their first regular scheduled meeting of the new year. Vice- Chairmen Barnes chaired the meeting. 8 members were present so a quorum was met. The first order of business was to seat new members and acknowledge the re-election of Woody Barnes, Betty Birdsell, Vicky Bryan, Bob Redding and Peggy Steadham. The recognition and seating of newly elected Bob Verdugo was also done at this time. The group extended appreciation to Bea Mushet for her 4 years of dedicated service.. Chairmen Barnes then proceeded with the election of new officers. All current officers agreed to retain their positions for the 2009 year. They are Chairmen- Jack Shelver, Vice- Chairmen- Woody Barnes, Secretary- Vicky Bryan and Chair of the Land Use Committee - Bob Redding. Pat Brown was in attendance regarding a proposal from the owner of the Chevron corner (Washington and Main Street). This was a preliminary presentation from Brown to present and receive input from the JCPG. Said owner would like to move the walkway and bring in line with existing ones along Farmers and Washington Streets, and, in addition, build to the property lines as done historically in the past. JCPG expressed concerns over parking sites and traffic congestion by narrowing of the right of way. JCPG. voted unanimously to postpone any decision of support or non-support until Brown could present requested information at the February meeting. Stephanie Gaines from the County Department of Land Use and Planning gave an overview regarding the Limited Impact Development (LID) program. Summary of the information is, as by Secretary Vicky Bryan taken from one of her many hand- outs, as follows. On January 24, 2007, the SD Regional Water Quality Control Board adopted the revised Municipal Stormwater Permit. The revised permit contains standards and requirements which are intended to further reduce the pollution that enters local streams, creeks, bays, and beaches. SD County jurisdictions are mandated by the permit to regulate new and existing development and redevelopments (that add or increase impervious cover by 5,000 sp. ft.) to comply with stormwater requirements. This was an information item only. On the General Plan Draft Update, Barnes made a well researched presentation addressing the weaknesses in the "Plan" pertaining to the Julian area. A motion was made to authorize Barnes to correspond on behalf of the JCPG in regards to the GP Update Draft. A letter with all the key points has been sent in to the County as requested. One item that did require action at this meeting was the modification of ZAP 90-058W2, Wild Lilac Trail (Knowles property). This was for an electrical generator within an 11'2"x14'9" enclosure surrounded by a concrete fence. The applicant was Verizon and already exists at this location. The Land Use Committee recommended approval of the application and passed unanimous. This concluded the meeting. The next regular scheduled meeting is set for February 9th, 2009. Some agenda items slated at this time are a Representative to speak on the Multiple Species Conservation Program and Pat Brown with the requested traffic information concerning the Chevron corner.