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8 The Julian News JULIAN LANi7 Assessment Appeals Filing Period Opens July 2 Applications Must Be Received By Nov, 30 Individuals and businesses wishing to appeal their property tax assessments for the year 2010 - 2011 may do so between July 2 and Nov. 30, announced Thomas J. Pastuszka, Clerk of the County Assessment Appeals Boards. Applications, information booklets and staff assistance are available at the Clerk of the Board Office in the County Administration Center, 1600 Pacific Highway, Room 402, San Diego, CA 92101, and on the County's Internet web site: http://www.sdcounty.ca.gov/cob/ aab/index.html. To file an application, taxpayers should know their parcel or tax bill number, property address; and must state on the application their opinion of the property's market value. Applications must be received in the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors Office no later than 5 p.m., Nov. 30, or be postmarked no later than midnight, Nov. 30. To view a video about the process, visit: http://www.youtube.com/countysandiego#p/search/0/_qSzCI6jATE. o June 30, 2010 4470 HIOHWAY 7S www.AJl00l;.eom 760-765-ZS7S Ple/#y of FEEE ParkiNg PAUL PlCANI  0w.er-Proker o. 1 Aores - Very Private Pine Hills Land. Views to the Coast and wamacas. Near the end of Quiet Oaks Trail. Horses 01L SL:I.L WILL 17J, PE - PLUS CASH - FOr. JULIAN SIPENOE ...................................... $9.000 S.Z 1 Acres -- ProatMaki,g Panoramic View Lot. Completely Surveyed. Has proposed San Piego CouwP/Health Pepartmewr septic layout for 9 Bed Keom rssidonoe. Seller will provide eouy approval with aeceld'able offer ................... Z6.O00 $.11 Acres -- Very Private with Well Pug Kennel, Storage Building ......... .............................................. 6199,999 6.,9 Acres -- Your horses will love this fabulous view site with completed proposed 9 Bed Eoom septic layout. Keoem'ly surveyed ....................... $.0,000 Z.9 Acres -- Fabulous 960 View Property. Septic Approved for 9 Pod Keom Kesldonos. All Utilities at Property. Water Meter Irl'alled. Lots of Usable La,d for Horses, e, ardee ............................................... 199,000 1.16 Acres -- Terrifio Views, Two legal Parcels, Two Addresses for the Prigs of One! Septic in for one. Two Sets of Water Shares, Electric Pole on Twin Oaks Property. Eleutrio Pole on Pine Tree La. Most See to Appreciate. 9,/19 Twin Oaks - 95Z Pine Tree Lane. Priced to sell .............. $$17.7.,000 .6, Acre -- All usable overlooking Kenner V, anoh. Has approved septio layout. Water shares to eo}tvey. Easy aeosss to Couldy qqai}rl'ained road ................ $S 6,900 .4-9 Acre -- Terrific all usable level to gentle lot wiTh approved sepfio layout for Z Bed oom rosidonos. Manufactured home 0IL Water shares to convey. Survey complete. All utilities available ..................... Price duced fo $4S,000 roat Locale, ample parking, easy aess, well on property, well maintained buildings and a 700 sq.ff, cabin that can be used as an office or real, town as the Julian Feed Store. This eommeroial site has endless possibilss for your busiless. Proposed building site for an additional 1900 sq.ff, bldg. For more details  maps, please eonfaut Sheryll Sfriokland at 760-76-287$ or! 760-604--ZZZ6(cell) Offered at 749,000 I Tracking Down An Old Indian Village by Albert Simonson we had found Geenat village. Indians, like anyone else, needed reliable water. The padres referred quaintly to this and other springs as "ojos de agua." This site was blessed not only with water, but also with plant resources the people needed in 1821. Juncus grass, used for .basketweaving, thrives here. To the left is Mexican elderberry, a i dwellings and acorn granaries. The site has a pleasant southern exposure, a feature favored by natives, close enough to the creek, but not so close as to deter animals from passing along the creek. It lies along the Elsinore Fault, a natural corridor betwen San Felipe village and the larger constellation of home sites called Elcuanam, near Santa Ysabel's present church. The valley where the creek Volunteers Host Numerous Agencies To Improve Abilities In Extracting Victims From Automobile Accidents courtesy James Stowers, JCFPD runs was written as Jamatai, pronounced Hamatay, meaning "water-great." The next village downstream was likewise well- sited. Adjacent to it is an Indian- occupied house on reservation land. As late as 1849, there were pronghorn antelope here. They were easier to hunt than deer, which is why they are no longer here. An 1871 survey map indicated the location of Geenat with a teepee symbol. This is not as useful to us as the padre's account. That surveyor had no need to pinpoint such villages and besides, local Indians did not erect teepees, using instead rounded shelters. While there, check out the rose- hips. My own forebears made a cold soup of it, a refreshing summer dish. We think you will find a sense of peace at Geenat, a sense that you have come to a quiet place where Mother Nature has been especially kind. The mission padres left some rather good clues about the whereabouts of Geenat village, pronounced "Hay-a-nott." They had evidently ridden down Vulcan Mountain after scoping out the desert with a telescope. Turning north at the bottom, they came upon a mission-type cornfield, meaning one with European-style "regular" rows, not a native-style milpa which Spaniards disdained. This was where Farmer road crosses Santa Ysabel Creek, north of Julian. Here was also, in 1821, a village called Guichapa, meaning probably white rock. It was by the mission rodeo grounds, now a gullied open meadow. Ed Huffman, a retired detective, and I were examining clues about Geenat, half a Castilian league down the creek in present Santa Ysabel Open Space Preserve. There is a beautiful trail, a delight even to the less vigorous walker. Leaving the open landscape of the mission rodeo grounds, and passing milling sites high on the northward slope, we entered a grove of majestic trees above the creek. It was easy to imagine vaqueros resting in the shade after branding new cattle with the famous SD brand. This ancient grove opened up to a rare wetland, where water runs down from a sprin which flows abundantly in the driest of times, rejuvenating the creek. Ed and I both felt instantly that very big bush serving multiple purposes including arrow shaft material. Between them, farther back, is a blackberry patch. Farther on is beavertail cactus. I like beavertail in omelettes. Some make jam from the fruit. Beavertail served as excellent natural fencing around Indian villages. There is willow, too, with lots of uses, e.g. as material for Sales-Associate SHI;RYLL STRICKLANP Fabulous views from this large usable parcel. Approved for  BF, reside,ce. a, build (Z) homes legally. Priveway a,d pad roughed i. Seasol creek with area suitable for pond. Part of land was previously terraced for orchard, l"o,s of Oak Firewood to be harvested. ood for horses. . Acres - All underground utilities, Septic layout approved for 9 PK. residence. Lots of Oaks. Asphalt Paved oad ............................. 10.000 Z. Acres -- Approved Plap.s for 9 Bed oom, Z*Bath, Z4-00 S.F. Kesidonee, Could7 approved -fading Plan, Approved 9 Bed oom Sepia layout, Water Meter, Eeady Build ....... i .... ' ...................................... Z19,00. Pr0000e, are "Off the #rid* (No G#gE). there is telepe ondoruroued  ea parcel. ome have water metorl soe eed wells. All origlally approved for $ ed Eoom resideee uifable for aaufactored hoes. 1 Acre -- orgeoos, Sloping, Buildable Parcel Keduosd To Sell .......... [0,000 Z.69 Auras -- Fabulous View, Seller Will Provide Septio Layout with acceptable offer ................................................... 19.000 9.79 Acres -- Has Water Meter, Nice View, Large Buildable Lot ...... 19,000 Z.6 Acres  Large Parosl wiT5 Water Meter, House Plans Available ... 19,000 .5 Acres -- Fabulous views from the Cure,dos to San lemeicl'e. Porders State Park. pproved Septic Layout for 9 BE residonoe. Priveway and Pad roughed in...98,00 i iiii!iiiiiiiii!ii!!!i!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiil !iii!iiiiiiiiiiii!ii!iiii!;!i!!!!i!!!i!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!! iiii!!iii!!!!i!i!!iiiii!iiiiiiiii!i!!i!!iiiii!iiiiiiii!!iiiiiiiiiii ii!iiiii!iliiiiiiiiiiii iiii!iii}i!iii!ii!ii!iiiiiiiiiiii!iiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!i!iiiiiii!iiiiii!!iiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiii!ii!i}!iiii}iiiiii} This past weekend, firefighters from Shelter Valley, Mt. Laguna, San Pasqual, and Julian Cuyamaca Fire Departments took part in an auto extrication training at Cuyamaca Station 74. During this training, firefighters learned techniques to get a trapped person out of a wrecked car using the Jaws of Life and other tools. Some of the techniques learn are rolling the dash, popping doors, vehicle stabilization, and new vehicle safety (hybrid and electric vehicles). RBS and Miller's towing provided the cars for the training. ' i II