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8 The Julian News 4747 LUNETA DRIVE 3BD, 2BA., 2 Car Garage, Almost One Acre, Beautiful Trees, Stainless Appliances, Wood Floors In Kitchen/Dining. Tile Baths, Corian Counters. $475,000 (i % 848 MANZANITA 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath, .38 Acre - 1920 Sq.Ft., Huge family room w/fireplace. Perfect home for two separate 1 bedroom, Living units, access from two streets, lots of parking, lovely yard. Enter from Pheasant Drive. $360,000 February 25, 2009 "WE DO A LAND OFFICE BUSINESS" Find Out How You Can ml m Get Your Free One Year 1' j T JIIIT Home Warranty! - l  =  -  . Call Today! :. ", ...... • P.O. BOX 636 • JULIAN, CA. 92036 emaiE 760 • 765 • 0035 • fax 760 • 765 • 3823 sp.raguer, eaJ00 : Raltbrs: i sbcih tj, -:-:-cfilai t:o RelJecca:Rii BrOEer'sSoeit  4428 PINE HILLS ROAD One of a kind architecture. 2 Master suites. 3 BA, + caretakers quarters in main home. Gorgeous wood interiors, tile baths & kitchen, 3 BR, 2 BA in guest home. 4 car detached garage. 4.21 Acres of beautifully landscaped all usable property. $938,000 3 BEDROOMS, 3 BATHS 2400 square ft., 2 plus acres, large family room. 2 car garage. Level usable land fully upgraded $549.000 GREAT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY The Julian Hardware Store and Mercantile has been operating in the same location in the heart of historic Julian since 1949! Excellent location. Well established. Recently remodeled. Consistent income. Locally and tourist supported. 01d fashioned, m0m and pop atmosphere with all your modern day hardware needs. Please call Sprague Realty for more details. $350,000+ inventory Illl 37+ACRES, NEWLY REMODELED [[I 2 Bd. Cabin On Volcan Mt. Hunting & Relaxin0, Year I[[ Round Stream Runs Near Cabin. Beautiful 01d Growth | Cedars. Locked Gate For Security. Occasional Snow- Ill fall. Large Fireplace. Warm And Cozy Ill $750,000 7448 Forty Rod Trail $189,000 t 2485 Washington #4 Mobile H0me available in beautiful Golden Nugget park. 3bd, lba, remodeled kitchen, sculptured walls, tile kitchen, dining and entry. Great location, beautiful and private park. $45,000 VACANT LAND OPPORTUNITIES BORREG0 SPRINGS: Beautiful .53 Acre parcel of flat land located on corner lot with water meter installed, electricity close, great views. $66,000 MASON VALLEY: 67 acres of flat land, has well, septic, 01d shed, trees, views, easy access on S-22. $365,000 CUYAMACA: 34791 NATCHEZ TRAIL, .64 acres, very usable, beautiful trees, septic installed, electricity and water at property. Pad ready to build. $209,000 WYNOLA: 4.74 ACRES TOTAL Wynola: 3.51 Acre wooded parcel with building pad and county approved septic layout for 3BR home. $235,000 Oak Hill Lane: 1.23 acre parcel has county approved septic layout for 2BR. Electricity at corner. Majestic oaks and views. $135,000 .84 ACRES IN WHISPERING PINES: 3BR septic layout. Great access. Beautiful trees. Gentle slope. $160,000 716 HACIENDA DRIVE- KENTW00D: .47 Acres with septic and water meter, good views, level lot, access on two roads. $124,900 WHISPERING PINES LOT: .22 Acres. County approved septic layout approved for one bedroom home. $63,000 We do propert mana ement and weekend vacation rentals. Call for information t. RENTALS WE OFFER ONE MONTH FREE RENT FOR APPROVED TENANTS ON SELECTED PROPEffflES • SHELTER VALLEY - 3 bedroom, 2 bath on 1 acre. $900/mo • 2605 PAYSON 1 bedroom, 1bath, plus Extra room $700/mo • 2605 LOT A ROAD, Studio Apartment, Utilities Included, Coin Laundry Available, $600/mo • 1799 WHISPERING PINES DRIVE. 3 Bd. 2ba., 1 Acre, New Carpet, New Tile, Laundry with Washer And Dryer, Family Room and Living Room. $1500/mo • 1240 VOLCAN VIEW - lbd., Lower Apartment, Nice Deck, New Carpet, Stack Washer/dryer. Electricity Included $700/mo • 3536 LAKEVIEW - 3.41 Acres, 3bd., 2ha., 1320 sq.ft., 2 Story, Deck, 2 Car Gar., $1300/mo • 1912 MAIN STREET JULIAN, 2BD., 1BA., Big Yard, across from the Julian Coffee House, Great Location. $1500/mo Ballot Measus continued from page 1 the cost of living. In addition, this measure would direct the Controller to transfer, on October 1 of each year beginning in 2011, from the Budget Stabilization Fund to the Supplemental Education Payment Account, if established, a sum equal to 1.5% of the estimated General Fund revenues for the current fiscal year until a specified total amount is met. After that amount is met, or if the Supplemental Education Payment Account is not established, the Controller would instead be required to transfer that sum on October 1 of each year to the Supplemental Budget Stabilization Account, from which appropriations could be made only for capital outlay purposes or to retire bonded indebtedness of the state. This measure would further provide that, commencing with the 2010- 11 fiscal year, unanticipated revenues shall be determined pursuant to a formula either based on estimates of General Fund revenues for the current fiscal year and the revenue forecast amount for the current fiscal year, as defined, or based on estimates of General Fund revenues, transfers, and balances available from the prior fiscal year for the current fiscal year and the expenditure forecast amount for the current fiscal year. The measure would also modify the education funding purposes for which unanticipated revenues could be expended. Pro)osition 1B Education finance. ACAx3 2 (Chapter RC2, 2009), Bass. The California Constitution requires the state, from all state revenues, to first set apart the moneys to be applied for the support of the public school system and public institutions of higher education. The Constitution requires that the moneys to be applied by the state for the support of school districts and community college districts be not less than the greater of 3 amounts computed pursuant to specified tests. The Constitution provides that school districts and community college districts are entitled to a maintenance factor, as specified, for any fiscal year in which they are allocated a reduced amount of funding pursuant to the 3rd test or pursuant to a suspension of the minimum funding guarantee. This measure would provide, commencing with the 2011-12 fiscal year, that school districts and community college districts are to receive supplemental education payments in the total amount of $9,300,000,000, and would require the Legislature to annually appropriate that amount from a specified account until the full amount of the supplemental education payments has been allocated. The measure would provide that the payments are in lieu of the maintenance factor amounts, if any, that otherwise would be determined for the 2007-08 or 2008-09 fiscal years. The measure would make its operation contingent upon the establishment, under a separate provision of the Constitution, of the specified account from which the payments would be appropriated. The measure would require that, of the appropriations to school districts for this purpose for the 2011- 12 fiscal year, an amount not exceeding $200,000,000 be available only for the purposes set forth in a specified statute, as determined pursuant to the funding formula set forth in that statute. The measure would require that any remaining funds from the appropriations made to school districts for the 2011- 12 fiscal year, and all of the funds from the appropriations made to school districts for each subsequent fiscal year, be allocated to school districts as an adjustment to revenue limit apportionments, as specified by statute, in a manner that does not limit a recipient school district with regard to the purposes of the district for which the moneys may be expended. Proz)ositio0 1G California State Lottery. Abx3 12 (Chapter 8, 2009), Evans. (1) The California State Lottery Act, subject to the approval by the voters, appropriates moneys, commencing with the 2009- 10 fiscal year, on an annual basis from the General Fund to various educational entities based on specified factors. The act provides that specified provisions regarding General Fund appropriations may only be amended by a vote of the people. This bill would, commencing with the 2010-11 fiscal year, adjust the method of annually calculating specified appropriations. Existing law allows the director of the lottery to purchase or lease goods and services as are necessary for effectuating the purposes of the provisions governing the lottery. This bill would instead provide that the director has express authority, subject only to commission approval, to make any and all expenditures as are necessary or reasonable for effectuating the purposes of those provisions. The bill would require that, with regard to employee incentives, the director shall exercise his or her authority consistent with laws relating to state employer- employee relations. Existing law requires the director, in all procurement decisions, to award contracts to the responsible supplier submitting the lowest and best proposal that maximizes the benefits to the state in relation to the areas of security, competence, experience, and timely performance. This bill would delete the requirement that the director award contracts to the responsible supplier submitting the lowest proposal. Existing law requires the commission to adopt and publish competitive bidding procedures for the award of any procurement or contract involving an expenditure of more than $100,000. This bill would instead require the commission to adopt and publish those procedures for any procurement or contract involving an expenditure of more than $500,000. The bill would declare that these provisions would become effective only when submitted to and approved by the voters. (2) Existing law requires the director to engage an independent firm of certified public accountants, as specified, and requires the Controller to conduct certain audits of the lottery. The bill would recodify those provisions of the act regarding audits and would require specified audits and postaudits to be posted on the Internet. The bill would declare that these provisions further the purposes of the act. (3) The California Constitution authorizes the Governor to declare a fiscal emergency and to call the Legislature into special session for that purpose. The Governor issued a proclamation declaring a fiscal emergency, and calling a special session for this purpose, on December 19, 2008. This bill would state that it addresses the fiscal emergency declared by the Governor by proclamation issued on December 19, 2008, pursuant to the California Constitution. (4) This bill would declare that it is to take effect immediately as an urgency statute. Proposition 1D Budget Act of 2008. California Children and Families Act: use of funds: services for children. ABx3 17 (Chapter 11, 2009), Evans. The California Children and Families Act of 1998, an initiative measure approved by the voters as Proposition 10 at the November 3, 1998, statewide general election, requires that the California Children and Families Program, established by the act, be funded by certain taxes imposed on the sale and distribution of cigarettes and tobacco products, that revenues be deposited into the California Children and Families Trust Fund, and that the fund be used for the implementation of comprehensive early childhood development and smoking prevention programs. Existing law provides that prescribed percentages of moneys allocated and appropriated from the trust fund shall be deposited in various accounts, including the Mass Media Communications Account and the Unallocated Account, for expenditure by the California Children and Families Commission, also known as First 5 California, and county commission, for various subjects relating to, and furthering the goals and purposes of, the act. Existing law prohibits amendment of this initiative measure by the Legislature unless the amendment is approved by the voters, or the amendment is accomplished by a vote of 2/3 of the membership of both houses of the Legislature and the amendment furthers the act and is consistent with its purposes. Existing law establishes various public programs to provide health care coverage and social services to children. This bill, subject to voter approval at the next statewide election, would revise certain provisions of the California Children and Families Act of 1998, to require designated unencumbered and unexpended funds in the California Children and Families Trust Fund to be redirected to support state health and human services programs, as described, for children up to 5 years of age. The bill, subject to voter approval, would eliminate the Mass Media Communications Account in the trust fund, and would reallocate the percentage payable to that account to the Unallocated Account. It would specify that moneys in the unallocated account would be used to ensure every county commission has a base level of funding of at least $400,000, and would enact other changes pertaining to county commissions. The bill, subject to voter approval, would require, prior to the distribution of moneys from the fund, that $268,000,000 be transferred annually, in specified fiscal years, to the Proposition 10 Health and Human Services Fund, which would be created by the bill. The bill would require these funds to be expended, upon appropriation by the Legislature, to support state health and human services programs, as described. The California Constitution authorizes the Governor to declare a fiscal emergency and to call the Legislature into special session for that purpose. The Governor issued a proclamation declaring a fiscal emergency, and calling a special session for this purpose, on December 19, 2008. This bill would state that it addresses the fiscal emergency declared by the Governor by proclamation issued on December 19, 2008, pursuant to the California Constitution. This bill would declare that it is to take effect immediately as an urgency statute. The Mental Health ServicesAct: Proposition 63 amendments. SBx3 10 (Chapter 15, 2009), Ducheny. Existing law, the Mental Health Services Act (hereafter, the MHSA), an initiative measure, was approved by the voters in November 2004 as Proposition 63. The MHSA establishes the Mental Health Oversight and Accountability Commission, and imposes a tax of 1% on incomes above $1,000,000 for the purpose of financing new or expanded mental health services. Under the MHSA, the State Department of Mental Health is required, among other things, to distribute funds for local assistance for designated mental health programs. The MHSA prohibits a decreasein other funding levels for pre- existing mental health programs below the 2003-04 fiscal year levels, and prohibits a change in the structure of financing mental health services, which increases the county's share of costs or risk unless full compensation is provided. As an initiative measure, unless approved by the voters, the MHSA permits amendment of its provisions by 2/3 vote of the Legislature, but only if the amendments are consistent with and further the intent of the MHSA. The MHSA also permits amendment by majority vote of the Legislature to clarify procedures and terms. This bill, sUbject to voter approval at a statewide election, would, until July 1, 2011, permit the sum of $226,700,000 of MHSA funding in the 2009-10 fiscal year and up to $234,000,000 of MHSA funding in the 2010-11 fiscal year to be redirected to support the Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment (EPSDT) Program as administered by the State Department of Mental Health. The California Constitution authorizes the Governor to declare a fiscal emergency and to call the Legislature into special session for that purpose. The Governor issued a proclamation declaring a fiscal emergency, and calling a special session for this purpose, on December 19, 2008. This bill would state that it addresses the fiscal emergency declared by the Governor by proclamation issued on December 19, 2008, pursuant to the California Constitution. This bill would declare that it is to take continued on page 9