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June 30,2010 FISHING REPORT" . i PublicC°untYlnputSeekSon , Future Parks, News from Services Lake Cuyamaca Last Week's Results and This Week's Prognosis THE TACKLE SHOP IS OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 6:00 AM TO 6:00 PM SHORE FISHING GOES UNTIL 8:00 PM ATTENTION ALL YOU GEOCACHE FANS, The staff here at Lake Cuyamaca have devised a geocache trail that should provide fun and outdoor activity for the whole family. The trail is 1.96 miles and takes about an hour to walk while looking for the hidden geocaches. You will need to bring your GPS and good walking shoes, Stop in at the tackle shop on West Shore to get the flyer with the clues and coordinants. The Ranger will give you directions for the Trail Head. Come on up and enjoy this fantastic weather, This is what we all are waiting for while suffering through the cold wet and snowy winter. There was a channel catfish plant last week - 200 pounds of nice size cats. There was a trout plant this week - 900 pounds of rainbows. You Can Now Use Your Canoes And Kayaks On The Lake.Remember, They Will Need To Be Washed Down Before Launching Into The Lake Best Trout Bait: Night crawlers and power bait. Best Spots: Lone Pine, T-dock and the North Shore. Notable: Brent and Ryan Woody with Mitch Reynolds were fishing at Heron Point and caught 75 Crappie and 7 trout. Thomas Hayslip hooked onto a 5 pound Bass and 2 trout at Pumphouse Cove. Jack and Brianna Delessio used a Rapala from a boat and limited out with 5 Trout each. Nature Walk: The self gu ded walk is 3 ½miles around the lake. The trail is open for daily use. Free Fishing Class: Saturday at 10 AM, at the Launch Ramp Please tell the tackle shop" ranger that you want to attend. Condos: Check on the availability of our lovely Lakeview Condos. The perfect getaway. Check out our mid-week specials on the lake view condos: $150, per night, for up to four persons. Your well-behaved pet is welcome. Free boat rental on the day of your choice. Camping: For tent camping, RV camping, sleeping cabins or condo rentals, please call (877) 581-9904 for reservations. The Lake Cuyamaca Restaurant and grocery store open at 6 AM. Daily specials. THE DECONTAMINATION WASH DOWN IS REQUIRED FOR ALL PRIVATE VESSELS AND MOTORS BEFORE LAUNCH. ALSO FLOAT TUBES AND WADERS MUST BE WASHED DOWN BEFORE USING THE LAKE. THERE IS A FEE FOR THE WASH DOWN. For Further Information Or 7-0 Make Reservations For Condos, Cabins Or Camping, Please Call 877-581-9904 k, , CindyBrook . ......... t  .... Weatherproofing Hurricane season has begun where I live. What about you? If you live in an area where rough weather is likel); do a quick survey of your backyard to make sure Shepherd hooks, hanging squirrel baffles, bird- baths, statues, lawn furniture, etc., can be brought in quickly. Plan ahead. E-mail: birdingbits@cfl.rr.com © 2010 King Feates Syrtdicale, Inc. Parks and Recreation to Hold Community Meetings to Hear What Residents Want The County of San Diego's Department of Parks and Recreation plans to hold community meetings starting next week in Fallbrook, Lakeside, Pine Valley, Ramona and San Diego to hear from residents about what kind of county .parks they want. The County, which operates 61 parks, five community centers, two teen centers and 326 miles of trails, has hired a consultant, GreenPlay LLC, to do a study to determine what kinds of Park and Recreation services will be offered in unincorporated communities and what kinds of fees could support them. Getting community input is essential, said County Parks and Recreation Director Brian Albright. "Our residents' thoughts and opinions are very important to us," Albright said. "They know their communities better than anyone and we want to make sure they get the chance to tell us what kinds of parks they want as we move forward." Meeting dates and locations are as follows: Wednesday June 30 - 3 p.m. Pine Valley Pine Valley Community Club House 28890 Old Hwy 80 Wednesday June 30 - 6:30 p.m. Lakeside Lakeside Community Center 9841 Vine St. Thursday July 1 - 6 p.m. Fallbrook Fallbrook Community Center - 341 Heald Lane Tuesday July 6 - 12 p.m. and 6 p,m. Spring Valley Spring Valley Community Center 8735 Jamacha Blvd. Wednesday July 7 - 6 p.m. San Diego 4S Ranch 16118 4S Ranch Pkwy Thursday July 8 - 6:30 p.m. Ramona Ramona Wellfield Community Center 434 Aqua Lane Free refreshments will be provided. People who want to attend should RSVP by calling or e-mailing Sabrina Powell at (858) 966-1303 or Sabrina.powell@ sdcounty.ca.gov. For more information about the study or the meetings, please call Karon Badalamenti at GreenPlay LLC at (303) 870-0021. Automotive Museum to Extend $5 Mondays Through the Summer SAN DIEGO - Due to popular demand, the San Diego Automotive Museum has announced that it will continue offering a flat-rate $5 adult admission on Mondays only through August 30, 2010. The $5 Monday price is not good with any other offer. Student admission will continue to be $5. Youth admission for ages 6-17 is just $4. Children under 6 are always admitted free. The San Diego Automotive Museum is located in historic Balboa Park at 2080 Pan American Plaza. The museum is open daily from 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM. Last admission is at4:30 PM. For further information, please call 619-231-2886 or visit the website at www.sdautomuseum. org. The Julian News 11 Apple Tree Realty For More Photos & Information Go To: JulianAppleTree.com 1. BRAND NEW HOME Panoramic Views- of Forest & Lake Cuyamaca THE LA JOLLA OF THE MOUNTIANS- 1,900 sq.ft. 3BD, 2BA mountain home on .42 Acre double lot with views to lake and forest. Huge wrap around Deck surrounds home, Covered patios and decks, old oak trees surround the property, Home scheBuled to have final inspection in two weeks. Enjoy the mountains and winter snows. $369,000. 2. 3.33 Acres- LAND Panoramic Views. The nicest Property in Cuyamaca Woods. Solar panels are in (photo right). 5eptlc & leach lines are in. Includes beautiful $40,000. MINT CONDITION RV unit on site, Original home was destroyed in 2003 Cedar Fire. Blanket perk for 3 bedroom. Original well production 30 GPM. Water to building site, New $10,000. quality road with gravel circular driveway, Oriainoltv $244,500, Reduced to $110.000, 4. STUNNING LAKEVIElN HOME Panoramic Views Overlooking Lake Cuyamaca Estate Sale,., Heirs have never lived in this home. They are motivated to sell 1,213 sq.ft, 2bd lba, huge IOft/U n bedroom, large dining & living room, detached 2 car garage, Just fell out of escrow.,, Back on market at lower price! Original Price: $349,000. Now Reduced: $324,000. 5. 28 Acres - LAND Overlooking Cuyamaca Lake! Home pictured (above) burned down in 2003 Cedar Fire. Pad is cleared and clean, Property includes original house plans & Septic cert. Property has ptic, water & electricity. Originally listed at $139,000. Incredible DeaL.Now $49,900. 6, STORY BOOK HOME- in Julicm Ten, ship og the Memorles & Romance qf 927 Including an authentic Claw-foot tub. This Beautifully restored 839 sqft 2BD, 1BA home is located in the heart of downtown Julian, Completely restored and decorated remodeled and painted to capture the charm and dreams of yeeryear. This is a must see! $297,500. 7. WEEKENO  COI"T;E. Sceatc Views On a very nice .28 acre tot in Whispering Pines, 848 sq.ft; 2BD, IBA, detached two car garage, large private patio off kitchen, Large living room, Custom made stone outdoor borbeque, Beautiful gazebo to enjoy views and sunsets; plus, terraced planters for your vegetable garden. Colorful flowers & mature trees adorn property. Originally $189,000. Submit all offers now $169,000. 3. 2.67 Acres - LANb Panoronic Mountain Top This 2,67 acre lot has the Best Ocean & Mountain Views in San Diego. Plus $160.0OO in Property Improvements, Paved Driveway, Graded pad, Underground Telephone, Water & Septic in, Overlooks: Catalina Island, San Ctemente Island, and Cornado Islands to Mexico. Night- time City lights up & down coast, Owner may carry. Original Price', $369,000, Now $169,000. By Dawn's Early Light by H. "Buddy" Seifert It's six o'clock in the morning; do you know where your son is? If he is one of the 27 Eagles football players, he's getting his first lap around the football field done at Coach Tim White's Eagles summer football conditioning camp. The camp is from 6:00 AM (arghhhh!) to 8:00 AM Monday through Thursday. 26 Eagles football players and Mason Baay, a Julian Junior High Timberwolf (an. Eagles legacy and a future lineman), are getting in shape for their upcoming season. Besides running and agility drills, the young men travel a 27-station weight lifting circuit adding strength and power. Most of the players also participate in a 7-on-7 passing league on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. The Eagles quarterbacks, receivers and defenders match up against their counterparts from Warner's, Borrego Springs or Mountain Empire on Thursday afternoons to hone the skills that they sharpen in the morning. The Eagles will march in the 4th of July Parade and will be holding their annual "Lift-a-than" fundraiser in the gym on the evening of Thursday, July 15th at 6:30 PM. The Eagles will have hotdogs, chips, sodas and water at the door for a quick dinner. The program is open to area high school and junior high school athletes who want to get into shape for their upcoming sports seasons. liQUid SO + Source: wwwthegardenforums.org; www.hgtv, com/landscaping /composting Compost brew Mix one 2-liter bottle of soda, one can of beer and one teaspoon liquid soap. Spray on your compost pile to help it feed beneficial bacteria , and fungi /  in the pile. © 2010 by King Features Syndicate, Inc, World rights reserved, CPUC OKs New Rates For Electric Vehicles For SDG&E As Part Of Pricing And Technology Study SAN FRANCISCO, June 24, 2010 - The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) today approved new temporary experimental rates for plug-in electric vehicles for San Diego Gas and Electric Company (SDG&E) customers as part of the utility's Pricing and Technology Study. The Study will be performed by SDG&E, in collaboration with ECOtality, Inc. and Nissan. The experimental rate schedules will begin January 1, 2011, and will remain in effect until November 30, 2012 (or until the completion of the Study). ECOtality was the recipient of a U.S. Department of Energy stimulus grant to fund the deployment of electric vehicles and charging systems in five U.S. cities, including San Diego. "The Study will help the state better understand the impacts of different rate structures on how and when customers charge electric vehicles," said CPUC President Michael R. Peevey. "This information is critically important as we contemplate a future with widespread electric vehicle usage, given the additional electricity demand these vehicles create and the associated impacts on the grid. Studies like this can help facilitate a smooth transition as increasing numbers of electric vehicles enter the market." Through the ECOtality project, the first 1,000 purchasers of Nissan LEAF electric vehicles in San Diego will receive free home charging equipment. Each Nissan car owner will also become a participant in SDG&E's Pricing and Technology Study. The objective of the Study is to benefit California's understanding of how electric vehicles interact with the electric grid. The Education is the ability to listen to temper or your self-confidence. Study's working hypothesis is that greater variations in time- varying pricing, together with the use of accommodative vehicle technology, will shift more charging activity to off-peak periods. The CPUC opened a proceeding on August 24, 2009, to develop policies to prepare the state's utilities for a greater number of electric and natural gas vehicles. "The CPUC recognizes the societal benefits of alternative-fueled vehicles in achieving California's climate change goals. Understanding how consumers use their electric vehicles and respond to price signals is the key to successful reintroduction of electric vehicles in California," said Commissioner Nancy E. Ryan, the Commissioner assigned to the alternative-fueled vehicle proceeding. "The CPUC also seeks to ensure that the charging of these vehicles occurs safely and in a manner that is compatible with the utilities' electrical infrastructure." In 2009, Senate Bill 626 (Kehoe D-San Diego) directed the CPUC to evaluate policies to develop infrastructure sufficient to overcome any barriers to the widespread deployment and use of plug-in and electric vehicles, and to adopt rules by July 1, 2011, on specified matters, including infrastructure upgrades necessary for the widespread use of plug-in hybrid and electric vehicles, amongst other topics. The proposal voted on is available at http://docs.cpuc. ca.gov/word_pdf/AGEN DA_ RESOLUTION/119477.pdf. For more information on the CPUC, please visit www.cpuc. ca.gov. almost anything without losing your - Robert Frost ,lJJr{ l,, I: []hh ,'1 LK$11IIIR|iI|I 1 1 , , t  i i : [ a; It-; i:!UltiIllllIIlIffrii-aJ[]lIIlIi