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March 18,2015 The Julian News 9 Opening Day At Julian Little League Spring may not officially arrive until the 20th but Spring is in the air with sounds of baseball ringing throughout Jess Martin Park on Saturday morning, All the teams got their first game action. Here the Majors "Storm "faced of against the Borrego "'Angels" !n a game that went extra innings before the local boy came out with an 11 - 10 victory. photo by Michael Hart Sheriff's Report 03-04-15 @ 08:56 AM, Domestic. Violence arrest of a Santa Ysabel man. The victim who was injured was his girlfriend, also a Santa Ysabel resident. The incident occurred on Hwy 78. The suspect was booked into SD Jail. 03-04-15, 800 grams of pot found in an unoccupied truck in Santa Ysabel near Don's Market. AAA tow truck driver reported this prior to attempting the tow. This pot is related to another investigation in the county where the resident in that case was arrested on several felonies related to drugs and weapons. 03-05-15 A Julian female adult resident was arrested on several charges of burglary, check fraud, forgery and identity theft. Loss was about $1900. She was booked into the Las Colinas Jail. Court dates are scheduled. 03-06-15 @ 3:30 PM, a male adult was arrested for public intoxication in Santa Ysabel near Schoolhouse Canyon Rd. He had been struggling with firemen, officers and deputies before being taken into custody. He was booked into the SD Jail. High Schoolers Get Lesson From Former Major Leaguer Jeff Karstens was drafted twice first out of Mt. Miguel HS and then after Itis college carear at Texas Tech by the Yankees in 2003. After working his way through the Yankee system nad debuting in pin-stripes, he found himself traded to the Pittsburg Pirates in 2008. Jeff's time in The Show ended in 2012 after arm injury forced him to reassess. Last. Friday he, at the invitation of Eagles coach Jene Callahan shared some of his knowledge and experience with the pitchers and catchers at the High School field. He gave the Julian team some pointers on improving their performance and shared stories of his time in the Major Leagues. Coach Callahan hopes that tis kind of contact with a former county resident who used his ability to succeed at the highest level through learning from others and applying those lessons will provide a solid foundation for the teams upcoming season. First home game for the Eagles baseball team is March 24 at 3:30 against West Shores Julian Historical Sociefy_ Pr sent tign Early Railroads Of San Diego County 1854-1916 This presentation is open to all and free of charge. Refreshments too. March 25, 2015, Wednesday 7:00 p.m. Julian Historical Society 2133 Fourth Street, Julian Beginning with the first congressional surveys to establish the best route for a trans-continental railroad, southern California seemed to many to be the logical choice, avoiding the Rocky Mountains and passing through mostly level country. San Diego in particular stood out with its natural harbor and equable climate. Politics and the Civil War delayed construction and the "Octopus" behind the Southern Pacific later attempted to isolate San Die o, but the eventual arrival of the Santa Fe system and the Great Land Boom of the 1880s would provide for some fascinating stories of triumphs and scandals. Our show will feature displays and many slides and photographs from the archives of the Pacific Southwest Railway Museum. Bruce Semelsberger is the current archivist at the Southwest Bruce Semelsberger, archivist at the Southwest Railway Library Railway Library, now located at the Pacific Southwest Railway Museum in Campo, California. He arrived in San Diego courtesy of the United States Navy in 1967 and remained to work in the electronics industry in commercial sales until retiring in 2014. His interest in railroad history began in the early 1980s when he was looking for old maps of back-country areas and chanced upon some intriguing1880s railroad maps. He joined PSRM in 1985 to gain access to their fledgling library collection and somehow wound up working as a librarian in addition to helping build the Campo facility and then assuming trainman duties on the excursion trains beginning in 1988. He has since authored several articles and has lectured for many groups throughout our county. He is now compiling information to complete a book on our county's early railroad history. We look forward to seeing you. Registrar Mailer to Help Update Voter Rolls The Registrar of Voters is sending 10,000 postcards out to voters who haven't voted in the past four years or whose election material, such as a sample ballot pamphlet, has been returned to the Registrar as being undeliverable. If the voter has moved and the U.S. Postal Service has a forwarding address on record, the postcards will be forwarded to the new address. Voters will be asked to reply back to the Registrar's office if they want to remain on active status. If they fail to return the postcard, they'll be placed on inactive status. "It means they are still eligible to vote, but they will not be receiving any election materials such as sample ballots and mail ballots from our office," said Registrar of Voters Michael Vu. "It is a way to properly maintain the voter rolls while saving taxpayer money." Postcards are expected to begin showing up in mailboxes this week. Another batch of about 145,000 will be mailed in April to voters who have not voted in four years. The Registrar's office must properly maintain voter rolls in accordance with the National Voter Registration Act and state law. The mailings will also give a more accurate picture of the voter population in the County and better accuracy when it comes to actual voter turnout. Currently, the Registrar has 1.56 million registered voters on its active list but expects to see that number drop by nearly 180,000 people. If an inactive voter wi'shes to get back to active status, they must have some kind of interaction with the Registrar's office. For example, sign a petition or vote. "For some of these voters, there is a clock that is ticking," said Vu. "If they don't have any election activity in two federal general elections, a time period of approximately 4 years, we have the ability to remove them off the voter rolls completely." Voters can also be removed from both the active and inactive lists if they cancel their registration or if the Registrar's office receives an official document confirming the voter has registered in another county or has died. The Registrar's office maintains the voter rolls on a routine basis to keep them up to date. '1 @ We have our own private parking lot behind the office... O R N E R entrance off 'C' Street WWW. " AIN lan- roper TREET les.com P.O. Box 1000 Julian, CA 92036 CA BRE Lic #00859374 A very special property which has not been offered forsale before! SPACIOUS HOME NOT FAR FROM TOWN Nice large two-story home was built in 2003, It is over 2900 square feet, three bedrooms - master bedrooms on both floors plus another bedroom, and 3.5 baths, bonus/office room. On a nice comer half acre lot. Granite counter tops in kitchen laundry room, tile and carpet throughout. Large deck with nice views. Priced Right at-4 o07000- Reduced to-4 -4-87000 SPECTACULAR VIEWS The expansive view is absolutely fantastic from this lovely home on 34 acres high on a hill. It is very private but not far from historic downtown Julian. The house has an open floor plan with adjoining living room, dining area, kitchen and family room. There are 3 bedrooms and 2 spectacular rock fireplaces. There are fantastic views from the 100 foot long deck - all the way to Catalina Island, San Clemente Islands and to the ocean! A very small portion of the land is leased - on which there is a cell tower, for which there are considerable monhly payments to the owner. Priced at $785,000 LARGE CUSTOM HOME Entry to this large outstanding home is down a gated driveway. It is on eight acres, which adjoin Heise County Park - very private with panoramic views from the house and from the large deck! There is a master suite on the main floor with a fireplace and office and there are more bedrooms downstairs - a total of four bedrooms + 2 extra rooms and 3 full & 2 half baths -.a very special house. Priced at $999,000 Rose Steadman, Broker / Owner email: lilyroy@sbcglobal.net CA BRE Lic #00859374 Kirby Winn, Realtor Associate email: kirbylwinn@gmail.com CA BRE Lic #00326128