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Approved Pr, SUre Layoet. Wafer Meter. .ad To Puild ................ Z!9.000 ttI#41WA Y 79 =1 Acres -- #real horse property with well and 7500 gallon wafer storage tank. Adjaseri" fo Anza-Porrego State Park. Electric al Telephone available ............... 7,,000 ttAYYJSOli PAgK .T9 Acre -- Terrific all usable level to gee let wit5 approved septic layout for Z PP, residence, ldanaefln'ed home OIL Wafer shares to convey. Survey complete. All utilities available ............................ Prise duoed to $,000 PAUL PlOANI Owner-Proker , Plenty of FI[ Parkmg The Julian News 7 ,i  i LAN OFFICE tt.4EKlON 'AF.K 4470 sere layout. Wafer shares to convey. Easy access to oum/ 1..77 Acres -- Irregularly shaped sold "as-is" 0wried by Mr. lagua Cabin .etreat - Over 1000 s.f. with Z bedrooms plus loft. large fural one fireplace. Located on g.g. Forestry land at AI ahr Shrine Camp. I9,000 Large ouutom  ItS,/. PA.... Over ZOO0 Sq. Ft.... Original Owner - Wonderfully maiained on over .7 aere in Wynola Estates. 49,000 / ): Large Custom IPF% ZPA. over ZOO0 S,F. on 5Z9 Aores. Open Floor Plan. CUWn'al Heat  Air. Ooermet Kitchen with ranite CuuWers and Cherry Oabinuts. Hardwood and Slate Flooring. Highly motivated Seller. Exceptional Value. 79,900 We Have liel's Looking For Property In The Pack Cuum/. If You Are Considering Suiting Please Cuaef Our Office Today. If You Are Lookij To Buy, We an Fill You The ight Home. Harrison Park Wafer Pislriet. Eleoh'ie at propcrfv. BEING ALl. OFFS ................................... 90,000 Terrific Views -- Two legal Parcels, Two Addresses for e Price of One! 1.16 Acres. Septic in for one. Two 9ts of Water Shares, Elestrie Pole on Twin Oaks Properly. Eleoh'io Pole on Pine Tree Lane. Must Sue to Appreciate. 19 Twin Oaks ZZ Pine Tree Lane ......... Priced To Sell af 19,000 I 0 Acres wit5 ?traded Pad, Surveyed, 10,000 gal wafer tank, graded access read. Spectacular Views. Ideal for vineyard, orchard, great horse property. Agel" must aeoompaw ..... Offered at Z75,000 OUYAMAOA WO0 Pro,, are "Off the ld" [No PE2. r, i, felepe udorgroud to each pared. ome have water meters, some ed wells. All originally approved for  E reddeoes. Suitable for aeufaotored Imes. .7 Acres -- Panoramic View Property. Priveway and pad roughed in. Has wafer meter. Telephone available..  1,000 Z.67 acres  The best ocean  mouain views in  CUoy. Underground telephone, sere In, ailed for  PI residee. Excellent well with 10,000 gallon storage ................. .................. ,eduoed {TOm $69,000 HOW 199,000 . Acres - Septic in for  Pdrm, #faded Usable Land, Nice View, Wall, I 0,000 gal-wafer storage lank ....... $199,000 gales-Associates ( SHER, VI.L STRJCKLANP RJCK WEE The Costa Rica Experience continued from page 1 Justin Van Bibber Sophomore What are you looking forward to the most on the trip? -"Adventures in the jungle." Holly Tuomi Junior What do you hope to learn in Costa Rica? -"Last year I wanted to learn more Spanish, but after going, I wanted to learn to be as humble as the locals and this time I hope accomplish that." DanielSmith Sophomre What are you looking forward to the most on the trip? -"Seeing a different part of the world and doing many outdoor activities." Using The Web To Safeguard Families (NAPSA) - From educational Web sites that help teach fire safety to background check services that can be used when hiring a babysitter, experts say there are a number of ways by which the Web can help keep families safe. Try these tips: Emergency Preparedness You can visit Web sites that help you prepare for storms and other natural disasters. For instance, www.fema.gov includes sample emergency supply lists and evacuation plans, as well as tips for staying in touch with loved ones should disaster strike. Identity Theft You can find Web-based services that automatically monitor your credit, alerting you whenever a change occurs that affects your credit score. First Aid The Mayo Clinic's Web site offers first aid tips to help families deal with cuts, bruises, burns and scrapes. It also provides advice on determining what injuries can be treated at home and which need a doctor's attention. Guarding Your Home You can even use the Internet to keep an eye on your home, rental property, vacation home or business when you're not there. A new Web-based service called e-Secure from Protection One, Inc., lets subscribers monitor and control their security systems using any Internet-connected computer, PDA or text-enabled cell phone and delivers real-time notifications of important events via e-mails or text messages. It can notify a customer of alarm events such as break-ins or the presence of smoke or carbon monoxide, but also provides notifications for nonalarm events such as the opening of medicine cabinet doors, pool gates or gun cabinets' an important service for those who have small children in the house. It even alerts customers when environmental accidents such as water leaks and temperature extremes-which may damage valuables or hurt pets - occur. For instance, if your furnace were to shut down while you were away during the winter, the service would send you a text message alerting you to the temperature drop, helping you to prevent the pipes from freezing. For more information, visit www.protectionone.com/ esecure. 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 l C: 760-271-9585 PC Box 254 JULIAN, CA. W-S690A 92036 Chelsea Feigel Sophomore What do you hope to learn in Costa Rica? -"More Spanish and to learn to appreciate things a lot more." Rowlynda Morretti Sophomore What do you hope to learn in Costa Rica? -"1 hope to better my Spanish and learn about the culture of Costa Rica." 2127 Main Street (760) 765-0818 $99,000-$319,000 - 3 BR, 2 BA, 1,878 sq. ft. $899,000 - 4 BR, 2 BA, 4+Acres Pool $825,000- 4 BR, 2.5 BA 12.85 Acres $320,000 -- 2+ BR, 2 BA Pine Hills $479,000 - 3 BR,3 BA,-Pine Hills ['O Awesome 5.91 acres in Wynola. Great views. Pasture land3 Well drilled in 2004. County approved 4 bedroom septic layout. $299,000. Pine Ridge Avenue 5.5 Acres with great views with water meter. $299,000 Pine Hills View Lot 1.74 Acres-great Building Site With Septic in. $120,000 Coulter Ridge 19.29 Acres With Panoramic Views $299,000 Pine Ridge With Ocean Views 3.14 Acres, Septic In, Water Meter k, $z34576  Reduced to $199,000 j JULIAN REALTY NOW OFFERS PROFESSIONAL HELP ON ALL LOAN I NEGOTIATIONS AND SHORT SALES. J