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April 9, 2003 AIRPORT MEETING con't from Page 1 , who is the unincorporated area's member on the Authority's board, that he also intends to be at the meeting, [ which will not be an official meeting of I the board, but rather an event for the solicitation of public input. At its meeting on March 20th, the , Julian Chamber of Commerce Board voted to send letters to La Suer, Jacob and Craver indicating that the Chamber '-supports La Suer's bill to remove Ramona from the international airports site list. These letter also said, "Residents and visitors alike flee to 'Julian to escape the pressures and distractions of the urbanized area, including the noise of aircraft The use of Ramona for such a facility would destroy our tourism commerce and the quiet rural existence our residents prefer." i Also in those letters was a statement " sayin,g] "We also strongly oppose the continued retention of the. Warner Springs and an unspecified desert site on . the future airport list. Development of any regional airport in an area that is totally reliant on ground water would soon deplete that resource to the point that surrounding users would lose their water supply and the airport would soon need to truck water in to meet the airport needs" The Chamber's letter goes on to say, "Also, the development of the infrastructure to support such a facility in the back county would encourage other development in that general area, completely invalidating the County General Plan 2020 update, which aims to locate new growth in the existing urbanized area." Jacob indicated that the Ramona April 19th meeting will focus on the Ramona site selection issue; but residents of Julian, Warner Springs and other back county areas are welcome to attend the meetings and express their concerns. Others attending Jacob's meeting were, Robert McClure of the Wild Animal Park, Sherry Miller of County Airports, Tyler Wade of State Senator Hollingsworths office, Tom Brammell and Chuck DeMund of Ramona and Susan Wittering of The Nature Conservancy. Artist Mind Productions & Bailey's Nightclub are proud to announce the return of LAGUNA Julian's Favorite Classic Rock Bandfl , Saturday, April 12 8:00 p.m. to Midnight at \\; IB Barbeque Restaurant ailey's & Nightclub 2304 Main Street (corner of Main & A) Come on down and join LAGUNA for a fun night of dancing to your favorite classic rock songs. Published by off roaders for off roaders since 1982 WtNW.$BlCJtJ.OOB Steve and Sherri Kukla Publishers The Julian News 9 P.O. Box 1630 Julian CA 92036 Voice Mail (619) 595-3886 Office (760) 765-0331 Fax (760) 765-0331 editor@sandiegoof froad, corn SUPPORT OUR TROOPS! Your donations to help wth postage to mail magazines to our deployed troops will be greatly appreciated! San Diego Off Road Magazine has committed to donate over 1,200 copies per month for a year to deployed military personnel. I Postage for this project will cost thousands of dollars. I We need YOUR HELP to pay for the postage to make this happen each month. Each month we will indude a thank you ad in te magazine li e names of every peon or business who made t pomUe o m throe  o our ep Send a check or money order to: San Diego Off Road, P.O. Box 1630, Julian CA 92036 (Please include a note indicab'ng "Postage for Troops') ASC Raines, M.D. editor@sandiegooffroad.com From: To: Sent: Monday, March 24, 2803, 11:23 PM Subject: SDORM Thanks! Sherri & Steve I am stationed on the USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD-6) deployed to the Persian Gulf in support, of current operations. This is the second desert season in a row I have missed. In 2001 we deployed the first of December and did not retum until the later half of June 2002 then with only six months time to work on the ship and the broken bonds with family members we headed out again 17 January 2003 for our current mission. During yesterday's mail call I was pleasantly surprised to receive a package with the words "San Diego Off Road Magazine" in the corner. I knew I would be a hie to dive in to the pages last night and be swept away from the gulf for a few hours and be back in the desert having fun. I was not disappointed. I read the magazine from cover to cover! Every line on every page. The magazine is now circulating the shop and has a waiting list for who will get it next. I wanted to thank you for your support and thinking about those of us who can1 come out to play in the dirt and sand at this time. I have seen news from home and know that the majority of America stands behind us 100%. Thank you for the so( month subscription. God willing I will be home in time to renew it in parson. Special thanks to Fred from the Split Mountain store in Ocotillo Wefts who was thoughtful enough to submit my name to you. ..... ,.,,,,: ;;';; /ii  : : ,'.: : Ride hard, Ride safe, Mark ASC CAW) Raines, M. D. IM-04 Division Officer USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD-6) FPO AP 96617-1656 Deployed II Supervisor Jacob to Speak at Voican Mountain Dinner Dance Supervisor Dianne Jacob will be the keynote speaker at the 12th annual Volcan Mountain Preserve Foundation Dinner Dance on April 13th at Camp Stevens Sulervisor Jacob has been a longtime [ advocate for the preservation of Volcan I Mountain, and is a member of the Foundation's Advisory Board. Her I leadership paved the way for the County | Board of Supervisors' recent allocation of $ 2 million towards the acquisition of additional land for the Volcan Wilderness Preserve. With its long history and growing popularity  the Volcan Mountain Dinner Dance and Silent Auction has become one of Julian's most successful, social and fundraising events of the year. Maril Parker, the event's coordinator, i HOMEAND PROPERTYSERVICES i i, I ' RESTORATIONCLEANING f i llll of Julian/Santee I (ARI'ET CLEANIN(; i Carpet Cleaning-6 Methods ... Oriental Rug Specialists Upholstery Specialists Drapery Clming " ,. Water Removal & Drying . Dehumidification Mildew Control Deodorization & Smoke Removal Nationally Known Locally Owned NI-WAY1VIARKETFI IEL STOF [ 760-765-1920 HOME SERVICES Chipper/Tree & Brush BRUSH CUTTING I CHIPPING, TREE TRIMMING / REMOVAL LOT CLEARING, WEED ABATEMENT  Retired Fire Captain with 26 years' experience rural fire fighting offering service at reasonable rates. Prompt Service Quality Work Wayne & Brenda Massey (,60) 765-3706 expects that two featured items of this year's auction will generate much excitement in the crowd The showcase item is a week long vacation for two at the world-famous spa, Rancho La Puerta in Tecate, donated by Julian's Sarah Livia Brightwood. Active bidding is also expected for an Tree Service and Care for you( tree neeas. /acing/topp{ng/ brush /earing/ & chipping. 9 Years' Experience Contact: Jai I Ilome)760.76S-22S3 original watercolor by the renowned artist. James Hubbell. Anne Hubbell. the artist's wife. was a founding member of the VMPF. Funds raised at the event will go to support the continued efforts of the VMPF to protect and preserve the magnificent Volcan Mountain. A limited number of tickets may still be available by calling the VMPF office at 765-2300. LAGUNA MT. VOLUNTEER ASSOC. TRAINING San Diego, CA...The Descanso Ranger District National Forest and the Laguna Mountain Volunteer Association (LMVA) announce their annual Volunteer Services Training. The training will begin Saturday morning, April, 12, 2003 at The Red-tailed Roost, the Volunteer Headquarters on Mr. Laguna. The Volunteer Headquarters is located on Sunrise Highway approximately 50 miles east of San Diego Take 1-8 east to the Sunrise HighwaylMt. Laguna exit. Travel north about 10 miles to mile post 22.5. The Headquarters sign is on the left. Registration for this one day training begins at 8:00 a.m. and is free. Training and reference materials. Saturday night dinner with a special guest, and continental breakfast Sunday will be provided by the LMVA. Trainees may spend the night at the "Roost" Volunteer Headquarters, and go on a guided tour of the trails on Sunday. Sunday is an optional day in addition to the actual training. Curriculum for the new volunteers is varied, It will encompass safety, fire prevention, Adventure Pass recreation fee programs, visitor services, mounted and bike patrols, Visitor Information Center procedures, Native Plant Nursery work, trail maintenance, Mountain Area Removal Squad (MARS) and more! Participants need to bring 2 sack lurches (if staying over through Sunday), sturdy shoes or hiking boots and long pants. The Volunteer Headquarters will be open all weekend from Friday evening through Sunday. Facilities available for" the trainees include a kitchen, men's and women's sleeping quarters and bathrooms Associating with the Laguna Mountain Volunteer Association offers a great opportunity to connect in a hands-on way with the Cleveland National Forest. Anyone interested may call (619) 445-6235 ext. 3440 for intormation or visit the LMVA website at www.lmva.org. Fuel. Lotto Market  PUMPS OPEN 24 HRS! with your card MastorCard VISA Am Ex Discover CFN Wright Express Voyager HAVE PROPANE AND KEROSENE FOR THIS WINTER? Sandwiches _ -: _-. Snacks Mon.-Fri. 6 a.m. - 8:30 p.m. Soda Ice Sat. & Sun. 7 a.m. - 8:30 p,m. Beer & Wine LOTTO DIESEL HI-WAY MARKET FUEL STOP  741 Hwy. 78 * Ramona s (t mile east of Sizzler, past Magnolia) m , , , X A m Propane Apswers to Crossword Puzzle [A !L II Ic C OI M E oi U' oi THE PROPANE SERVICE COMPANY TOTAL CUSTOMER COMMITMENT (619) 788-6262 t Dave Banks 1363 Walnut Customer Service Ramona, CA 92065 Manager FAX (619) 788-6260 PINE$ FIRE FINAL DEBRIS CLEANUP FREE help with final fire debris cleanup is now being organized. This is a coordinated effort with Senator Dennis Hollingsworth. If you need help, you can pick up an application at any of the following: The Julian News Julian Journal (Ramona) Subway (Julian) Julian Chamber of Commerce Calvary Chapel Valley Independent Bank Jack's Grocery Ranchita Community Center Wynola Pizza Express Warner Springs Post Office You can call Susan Pugh @ (760) 765-3799 VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED FOR HELP WITH THE CLEANUP. IF YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW CAN HELP, PLEASE CALL SUSAN. 6ET YOUR APPIICATIONS IN RIOllT A WA Y! TACK .I I i 1 NOW AVAILABLE SAM'S BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR Tack Rodeo 8eW Saddle Blankets Kensington ; Fly Sheets & Rice Masks Super Supply M Hats -. CARHARTT & Wrangler Pants Shifts Boots Moccasins