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March 23, 2011 The Julian News 15 Dennis Frieden Owner/Broker Broker Since 1983 Jane Brown-Darch Broker/Associate 21 Years Experience Debora Kerch Realtor/RMS 4604 Pine Ridge Ave. 2.29 Acres in Pine Hills. Original home 2861 Pine Crest Dr. 1202 Canyon Dr. I burnedin2003 firebutcabinis there and 2Bedrm' l BathHmenO'25 AcreinlI$175,000 Ifinished garag 900 175 Whispering PinesI Whispering Pines Cabin - 1 Bedroom, 1 ready to be fixed up to stay in while you [ Kentwood. Close to town with concreteI Mountain Cabin in super condition. Open Bath with front deck on 0.42 Acre at the end I rebuild the main house. A great project I fiber siding, level fenced back yard, detached beam ceiling, beautiful setting, excellent of the road. Furniture included, opportunity! I counters, and more. interior, large oak trees. $125,000 I $208,000 2735 Salton Vista Drive Charming Mountain Gxta with Knotty Pine Interior ......... $215,000 Move-In Ready! $279,000 35145 Lilac Ln.- Harrison Park Home with views of surrounding mountains. 2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, with woodstove in liv- ing room. There is a tankless water heater, walk-in closets in bedrooms, a large pantry, '.nclosed back porch and fenced y rd. $299,500 17851 Winn Ranch Rd. Beautiful, secluded property. 3 Bedroom, 2 i/2 Bath, 2,628sq. ft. home on 4.68 acres with a 2-car detached garage adjacent to Anza Borrego State Park. Many amenities th-roughou i"ilf 7)i .... i ii, $395,000 34724 Yuma Rd. Custom home with stunning views of Lake Cuyamaca. 3 Bedroom, 3 Bath, on .31 Acres with a separate entry 570 sq.ft. studio. Stucco design with sprinkler system. Beautiful mature oaks and fruit trees. $423,200 2 BR, 2.5 Bath, 2,060 sq. ft. Home on 2.5 Acres built in 1995. This cedar home with a 210 degree view from Lake Cuyamaca to Downtown San Diego and the coast includes a 650 sq.ft, deck and many dual- pane windows. There is also a 885 sq. ft. garage/workshop and many more special features.$529,000 3224 Oak Grove Dr. Beautiful views from this 0.77 Acre Pine Hills property. Property is surveyed, with a water meter and septic installed. $135,000 3153 Williams Ranch Road- Wynola Area High Yield Well, Septic Layout $278,000 Make Julian Realty your first stop for Home and Land in the Beautiful San Diego Back Country to the T at 2127 M:' Chef's Corner continued from page 6 skin off Salt (To Taste) Black Pepper (To Taste) If you have a George Forman or Panini maker, I recommend using this tool instead of a frying pan because you can get away with little no oil making your meal healthier. If you have a saute pan, this will do. Using a tablespoon or so of grape seed oil, place it into your pan over medium heat. Allow the oil to become runny and smooth. This will notify you when the chicken is ready to enter the pan. Lightly salt and peppering your chicken breasts place them in the pan lightly and listen for a searing sound. If this sound is not achieved wait another thirty second. Your breast is ready to flip in the pan when a golden brown color is accomplished on the chicken. Cook for another 3 minutes and place in the oven until the internal temperature reaches 155. Silence is one of the great arts of conversation. --Marcus Tullius Cicero County General Plan continued from page 12 to be modifications to policies and other parts of the draft GP Update to ensure consistency or an entirely new GP Update may need to be prepared. Substantial changes to the EIR or a new environmental review are also anticipated for Major changes. There are three such requests for the Julian area, two of which have been classified as minor and one as moderate. Chairman Bill Horn opened the comments by talking about his support for property rights, and suggested that the minor requests could be incorporated (certain changes to the GP Update could require re-opening or recirculation of the EIR); Direct staff to review the "moderate" and "major" property requests to determine if staff could identify recommendations that would reduce them to "minor" changes; Decide to discuss any of the previously raised 27 issues at the next hearing; and Continue the hearing to April 13, 9AM. The vote was unanimous, 5-0. No one seemed in a hurry to rush the process, but there was definitely a feeling that we are approaching a stop of sorts. Maybe it will be what we were into the Update. Supervisor expecting. Ron Roberts made a long motion, which was modified by Supervisor Dianne Jacob to include reaffirming the principles of the Update and agreeing the EIR for the Update would not be reopened. In all, the motion was to: Reaffirm the guiding principles (project objectives) of People didn't always say the General Plan Update; "hello" when they answered the Agree not to re-open the phone. When the first regular Environmental Impact Report phone service was established in 1878, people said "ahoy" Pastor Rick In The News Israel Plans Palestinian tension. The initiative, announced in mid-February, could bring hundreds of thousands of Israeli teens to the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron, revered in Judaism as the burial site of the biblical figures Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. Muslims revere the same compound for its ties to Abraham, referring to it as the Ibrahimi mosque after the man they look to as a prophet. While the trips aren't mandatory, Israel says the was later moved to Shiloh (see Joshua 18:1-10). Around 1,000 BC it had moved to Gibeon (see 1st Chronicles 16:39). After that, we find nothing more about it. It seems to have fallen into disrepair after such a long period of usage. Most of the original articles in the tabernacle -- the table of showbread, the bronze altar, the altar of incense, the lampstand, etc. -- seemed to have fallen into disuse with the tabernacle itself. Solomon made new items initiative is an effort to encourage for the new temple (see 1st Kings a greater understanding of 7:48-50). However, the Ark of Jewish history among Israeli the Covenant continued to be students, used, although it was sometimes (Source: Christian Science separated from the tabernacle Monitor, summarized by Pastor Rick) or temple. Josiah ordered it to be returned to the temple in High School Ask Pastor Rick Jerusalem (see 2nd Chronicles Field Trips 35:1-6/where it remained until What happened to the Babylon destroyedJerusalem To Cave Of Tabernacle in the OId Testament? (586BC). Mac hpelal l The tabernacle was The ark disappeared atthe time constructed circa 1445 BC, when of the Babylonian captivity and the people of Israel were in the no one knows what happened The Israeli government plans wilderness after escaping from to it after that. There is a lot of to organize high school field Egypt. Entering the Promised speculation, but nothing has been substantiated. The Ark was trips to a contested West Bank Land under Joshua's leadership, popularized in American culture religious site in a move that some the tabernacle was located by the film Raiders of the Lost consider will ignite more Israeli- in Gilgal (see Joshua 4:19). It Ark.