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14 The Julian News The Julian Historic District Architectural Review Board P0 Box 1600, Julian, CA 92036 County of San Diego, Department of Planning and Land Use PUBLIC NOTICE OF CONCERN TO: RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL PROPERTY OWNERS TENANTS BUSINESS OWNERS WHO HAVE PROJECTS (New Construction, Remodels or signs) IN THE JULIAN HISTORIC DISTRICT The Architectural Review Board must, by County Ordinance; review all proposals for projects in the district except those projects which involve interior alterations only. Even small details of color, lighting, signs, fences, and planting have an effect on the appearance of the town. Before starting any project in the Julian Historic District, people should meet with the Julian Architectural Review Board and read the Design Guidelines Manual. The Architectural Review Board is here to assist owners, tenants, architects, and contractors in reviewing plans for the construction, modification, relocation, and demolition of structures in the Historic District. The County of San Diego Historic Landmark and District Preservation Regulations are found in Section 5700 of the San Diego County Zoning Ordinance. Section 5749 deals specifically with the Julian Historic District and says that a) the regulations apply to the Julian Historic District, b) The external appearance of structures shall resemble as closely as possible the appearance of buildings existing in Julian in the period 1870-1913. c) that a (this) design manual has been adopted by the Director and approved by the Board of Supervisors considering the recommendations of the Julian Historic District Architectural Review Board (ARB) and d) site plans within the Historic District shall he referred to the ARB, which will then advise the Director as to conformance with ordinances, general and specific plans, and other regulations. The Architectural Review Board meets on the first Tuesday every month, at 7:00pro, in the Town Hall, Washington and Main Streets. Applicants for review of building plans, signs, exterior changes, color schemes, may request agenda inclusion for the next scheduled meeting by submitting such request to The Julian Historic District, Architectural Review Board, P.O. Box 1600, Julian, CA 92036, or appear at a meeting. You may also phone Bobbi Zane, secretary at 760 7651224. Applicants are encouraged to consult early in their project planning. The ARB is here to help! NOTE: THE NEXT ARB MEETING IS SCHEDULED FOR 7 PM, TUESDAY, May 4, 2010 DOWNSTAIRS IN THE TOWN HALL. PETS OF THE, WEEK Sherman is a 3 year old neutered Pit Bull Mix that came to the shelter as a stray. He is an active, young canine looking for a home with pet parents who have the time to provide plenty of exercise and playtime. Sherman is currently attending obedience classes while at the shelter to exercise his brain and teach him some basic doggie manners (which he is learning quickly!). His smarts and love of his human pals will make him a great companion who enjoys learning new tricks and completing tasks to please his humans. Pit Bull fun fact: This breed makes horrible guard dogs as they were originally bred to be friendly toward their people handlers. Because of their love for humans, they are more likely to invite strangers into the home than to scare them away! Sherman can be adopted for $69. ID#A1334818 Tag#C197 Sammy is a 3 year old neutered grey tabby cat whose previous owner could no longer care for. His beautiful silver coat is hard to resist from touching and this friendly feline doesn't complain about the attention. This laid back guy has simple needs such as a cozy spot in the house for naps, some healthy kitty kibble, and perhaps a keyboard to stomp on while you are surfing the web. Feline fun fact: It has been scientifically proven that petting a cat can lower one's blood pressure. So be heart healthy by stopping by the shelter to meet Sammy by asking for ID#A1341806 Tag#C861. Sammy can be adopted for $58. All adoption fees include vaccinations, spaying/neutering (upon adoption), a microchip and free Vet visit. Dog fees also include a 1 year license. Sherman and Sammy are at our Central County Shelter, 5480 Gaines Street, San Diego. The Shelter hours are 9:30AM to 5:30PM, Tuesday through Saturday or visit www.sddac.com for more information. CERT Exercise More Than Successful Julian High School might have seemed like the set of a blockbuster disaster film on Saturday, as hundreds of people milled about in green hats and vests, toting survival gear, putting out fires and rescuing earthquake victims. But it was no movie set, there were no cameras or famous directors, or star-studded cast, just 350 dedicated CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) members from across San Diego County, participating in a county- wide disaster preparedness training exercise. Coordinated by the San Diego CERT Council, sponsored by the San Diego County Office of Emergency Services (DES) and hosted by Julian/Cuyamaca CERT and Teen CERT Julian, this exercise boasted the largest attendance since the CERT Council began offering county- wide disaster preparedness training over four years ago. Stasia Place - Richardson, an Emergency Services Coordinator from DES was pleased with the turnout. "While I say all the exercises have grown", referring to five other county-wide exercises since 2006, " this exercise has grown significantly. We have the most participation from the various CERT groups that we ever had. We have 24 out of 30 programs here". The all-day event provided CERT members the opportunity to expand on their training. By learning how to create staging areas for victims, providing search and rescue efforts, assessing and treating injuries and suppressing small fires, CERT members learned how they can be a valuable asset to their own community and to overwhelmed emergency response personnel during a true disaster. One CERT participant stated, "It really solidified the team work that's going to be required in a real emergency and it helped us to practice, practice, practice". In a courtyard at the back of one building, volunteers, done in Moulage make-up, played victims with varying injuries from burns to shock, to hysteria, seizures and even death. These victims were pulled from the makeshift earthquake damaged school auditorium by search and rescue teams, after safety coordinators determined the building was safe to enter. Don, who played a victim of a man up in a tree pruning when an earthquake hit and was impaled by a tree branch when he fell out commented on his experience. " I was left to die three times and I was save three times so I feel pretty good about that. Over all it was a great learning process and a lot of people knew what they were doing and some did not, but that is why we are all here". In another area near the Junior high school, three different fire suppression exercises took place. Two were video simulator extinguishers, while the other was the use of an actual fire extinguisher on an electronically ignited fire device. The importance of team effort was strongly emphasized. Though CERT members learned to prepare for all disasters, the theme of this training exercise was earthquake preparedness. Participants got the jarring opportunity to experience a 7.5 magnitude earthquake in the DES earthquake simulator. The simulator, a 24-foot long box trailer, rigged with hydraulic motion equipment, gave a pretty exciting and eye-opening ride to participants sitting in easy chairs. Carefully placed books, plants, dishes and fake cardboard CD players flew off the shelves, stressing the importance of securing articles in your home. After the ride, CERT members had the opportunity to learn about several disaster preparedness products, such as a special putty designed specifically for securing items around the house. No disaster preparedness program would be successful without the participation of the dedicated men and women of our fire and police municipalities. by Robyn Adams Disaster prevention and emergency response is their job and many dedicated their time off and their expertise to this event. Sheriff's officers from Julian and San Diego County assisted in the training. Several fire captains and other fire personnel from Julian/ Cuyamaca, the City of San Diego and numerous other county fire stations ran the fire suppression and triage exercises. They were firm but encouraging in their resolve to teach CERT members how to do the greatest good for the greatest number of people. Brian from station 28B division in San Diego had this to say about why he participated in the day's events. " I have been a firefighter for twenty eight years and a medic for the last twenty and I am the CERT operations manager for the San Diego CERT team. We know, based on what we have seen what will happen, whether it was Northridge, Loma Prieta or the World Trade Center, what actually happens and it's my responsibility that pass that (information) on and do the best I can do for the people of my city". When asked if her department had actually used a CERT team during a disaster, Cal Fire Chief for Valley Center, Christine Wallace said. "Just recently, during the heavy rains that we had, we deployed our CERT team and they assisted the Fire Department in various areas throughout Valley Center by being our eyes and ears in troublesome spots. [it proved to be an asset to the fire department who couldn't be everywhere at once"]. CERT Julian coordinators and trainers, Johnny and Diane Hake were astounded by the turn out and decidedly moved by the dedication of all the CERT members, DES staff and professional emergency personnel who saved the day. " I'm thrilled with the response from our community", Diane Hake said when asked how the day was going. "and everyone is so much more safety oriented and disaster prepared. It's very encouraging and exciting and we are just overwhelmed with the response that we have had". Johnny and Diane, lost their Cuyamaca woods home in the 2003 Cedars fire and since then have been exceptionally strong community advocates in helping victims get back on their feet, so it is no surprise that they spear-headed the Julian CERT program and were instrumental in creating a 186 member strong CERT team. Their dream to bring CERT to their own community has been a driving force in their lives since 2005. When asked what CERT meant to him, Johnny Hake said with emotion, " It touches on every single thing that this community has experienced, more than once. It teaches you to start with your family and help yourself and that's the first thing to do in any disaster cause there aren't enough professional responders to help. [When I think about the program, it's life saving, I know it is. It will save lives, it will save minds, it will save spirits"] Kevin Dubler, District Chief for the Julian- Cuyamaca Fire Protection District commented on the success of CERT Julian. .... I don't know how they [Johnny and Diane Hake] do it. To get the number of people through in the last year [amazes me]. Johnny doesn't let up. He's kind of like a pitbull, always chewing on your leg until you do what he wants you to and it works very well for him. He's done one heck of a job and Diane has been supporting him the whole time. We have one of the fastest growing CERT teams in the county and it's all because of them". Of course Johnny and Diane are always quick to acknowledge all the help they receive and that they do not do this alone. Equally important to the Hakes, was embracing the teenagers of Julian Fire Captain Steve "Chucko" Sheppard, for the Julian- Cuyamaca Fire Protection District was thrilled to take on the training for the Teen CERT program. "In the beginning we were dealing with quite a few kids that April 28, 2010 had an attitude. They didn't want to be there, it was required. Then after about the third lecture we saw some lights going off. Kids started getting it and started to understand this was a way for them to come into their own power, that this was a good vehicle to help them make a good career choice when they get out of high school". Amber Kendall, a senior at Julian High and a CERT graduate spoke about her take on the program and her friends who attended. " The teens get together and do better and spend their spare time on well thought projects instead of just running around town and running amok". With Coach Tim White's perseverance, he was chosen to serve as a facilitator, and mentor for the TEEN CERT program by DES (Office of Emergency Services). The TEEN CERT program is now being reviewed for implementation in Chula Vista, Sweetwater, San Miguel, Mountain Empire, San Marcos and Valley Center. Disaster preparedness training is hard work and like any good disaster preparedness plan, you plan for food. At noon, starving CERT participants took a break from fighting fires and saving lives and found themselves rescued by sandwiches, chips and apples, provided by Jeremy's on the Hill, . ,iii  and the Candied Apple Bakery. The much-needed sustenance was served up by the Julian Queen's court. Smokey the Bear and McGruff, the crime dog made the rounds during lunch, shaking hands and taking photos ops. Fundraising efforts took place throughout the day and since no Julian based rescue operation is complete without apple pie, Julian Teen CERT sold the coveted dessert to support the more than 65 members of the only Teen CERT program in San Diego County. The Julian Lion's club cooked hotdogs and hamburgers later in the day and a local mechanic and CERT offered automotive advice for a dollar. All proceeds went to CERT Julian. Several vendors were on hand and Life + Gear, a company dedicated to providing disaster survival products, donated several items in an impromptu raffle for CERT members. Stasia Place- Richardson ended the event with a debriefing question and answer period with all the participants. They discussed what worked, what didn't and how could we all do better next time. Happy but tired participants left with thank you gifts from DES. Hats, lanyards and Shake, Rattle and Roll T-shirts. Chef's Corner continued/torn 14 SWISS CHARD ROLLS 16 Swiss Chard leaves, washed, stems removed and set them aside 1 pound ground lamb, pork, beef, turkey or chicken 1 medium onion, chopped 2 teaspoons salt, divided 2 teaspoons black pepper, divided 2 teaspoons garlic powder, divided 1 (6 ounce) can tomato paste 1 teaspoon sugar 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg 1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper 1 1/2 cups uncooked instant brown rice 2 (15-ounce) cans tomato sauce, divided 2 tablespoons Pickapeppa or Worcestershire sauce 1 cup ricotta cheese 1 teaspoon red wine vinegar 1/4 cup mild salsa 1/2 cup shredded Parmesan cheese 1. Preheat oven to 350 F. Fill a large pot with water and bring to boil. Wash greens thoroughly, remove any brown spots or blemishes, and wash the greens in cold water approximately 3 or 4 times to ensure they are clean and free of insects. Place the leaves in the boiling water. Remove from the heat, cover and let stand 15 minutes to soften the leaves. Drain well. Dice the stems into small pieces and set aside. 2. In a large pan over medium heat, sautZ, the onions and stem pieces, and I teaspoon of the salt, black pepper and garlic powder. Add the tomato paste, sugar, nutmeg and cayenne pepper and sautZ for 5 minutes. Add rice, one can of tomato sauce and Pickapeppa or Worcestershire sauce, and simmer for 5 minutes. 3. Place 3 tablespoons of the meat mixture near the top (large end) of the blanched leaf. Place a heaping tablespoon of ricotta cheese on the meat mixture. Roll the leaf over the meat mixture once. Fold the two opposite ends of the leaf over to the center. Continue folding the leaf over and over until it makes a tight roll. Using a lightly greased 16-by-9- inch pan, place the roll, seam- side down, in the pan. 3. Combine the remaining can of the tomato sauce with the red wine vinegar and salsa. Pour mixture over the rolls. Cover with foil paper and bake for 1 hour. Remove foil and sprinkle rolls with Parmesan cheese. Serve immediately. Serves 8. Angela Shelf Medearis is an award-winning children's author, culinary historian and the author of six cookbooks. Her new cookbook is "The New African- American Kitchen." She is known as The Kitchen Diva and is the executive producer and host of "The Kitchen Diva!" cooking show on Hulu.com. Visit her Web site at www.divapro.com (c) 2010 King Features Synd., Inc. LEGAL NOTICES Order To Show Cause Change Of Name Published - ONLY $40 Fictitious Business Names- ONLY $28 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2010-008664- Name of Business: FUTURE DAWNING ENTERPRISES 963A Urania Ave., Encinitas, CA 92024 The business is conducted by an Individual - Kent P. Mesplay 963A Urania Ave., Encinitas, CA 92024. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH DAVID L. BUTLER, RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON March 26, 2010. LEGAL: 05278 Publish: April 28 and May 5,12,19, 2018