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July 14, 2010 • FISHING REPORT ° News from Lake Cuyamaca Last Week's Results and This Week's Prognosis HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY TO YOU ALL WE ARE OPEN EVERY DAY AT 6 AM SHORE FISHING ENDS AT 8 PM ATTENTION ALL YOU GEOCA CHE 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 coordinates. The Ranger will give you directions for the Trail Head. You Can Now Use Your Canoes And Kayakks On The Lake. Remember They Will Need To Be Washed Down Before Launching Into The Lake Best Bait: Nightcrawlers and Power Bait Best Spot: Labyrinth Cove, T Dock The Bass, Catfish and Crappie are biting. There are some monster bass and catfish in this lake but they are very wise and don't just bite on any old thing. Caitlyn Hatsko of Murrietta caught her first fish ever. A beautiful Rainbow Trout. Frank Lake from Lakeside caught 5 catfish, one weighing in at 15 pounds. He also got some bluegill and crappie. Many limits of trout taken but not reported to the Rangers upstairs. The Nature Trail The best part of the Lake nature trail starts at Chambers Pork the Nccth. Shore. Walk across the Dike and to the left of Fletcher Island, Continue until you reach a road on your right. Climb the road to the top. Here you can lunch and enjoy the shade. The view is panoramic of the lake shore and the mountains. Go back down the road and cross the bridge. Go along the fence line and you will see bird and plant life that is as diverse here Supervisors To Voters: Drop Dead continued from page 2 The General Plan Update even acknowledges these constraints. So why needlessly inflict economic losses on some landowners when the supervisors could easily leave existing rural zoning in place with legally, de minimis results and approve incentives for higher density zoning in core areas where desired? Regarding core areas; why do government planners keep claiming it's cheaper to build in "core" areas with infrastructure in place? It isn't. Smart Growth, a.k.a. "Congestifying" is expensive. Apparently they've never examined development downtown where density is the highest and the cost to government, developers, homebuyers and property taxpayers are the greatest per square foot. Rural development historically demands fewer government services, whether it's fire, sheriff, streets, parks or libraries. Furthermore it disproportionately generates higher property taxes and water availability charges per public services received. Rural residents tend to have fewer young children entering 13 years of schooling while expensive infrastructure is privately funded (wells and septic tanks), mainly off low-maintenance, two-land country roads that require no traffic signals, sidewalks, curbs or gutters. The supervisors' June 18th, last minute farce to mollify opponents of the GP Update presented the Transfer of Development Rights concept. Theoretically property owners adversely impacted by the new General Plan can sell "their" prohibited development densities to others. This scam has been around for 30 years and the supervisors know full well that it's rare for residents in any community agreeing to be recipients of higher density transfers, but on paper the idea sounds terrific. To their credit the County pianners point out that only 20 of the 190 TDR plans nationally are considered successful. With thousands of pages of planning, the supervisors, planners and property owners can't see the forest for the trees. However, even the dumbest among us know whenever you restrict the potential supply of residential land you raise the The Julian News 11 Apple 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, aid oak trees surround the property. Home scheduled to have final inspection in two weeks. Enjoy the mountains and winter snows. $369,000. 4. STUNNING LAKEVIEW 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 taft/2~ 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. 6, STORY BOOK HOME- in 3ulion Town=hip Enjoy the Memories & Romance of z9g7 Including an authentic Claw-foot tub. This Beautifully restored 839 sqft 2BD, IBA home is located in the heart of downtown Julian, Completely rastored and decorated remodeled and painted to capture the charm an~ dreams of yesteryear. This is a must see! $297,500. 2. 3.33 Acres- LAND Panoramic Views. The nicest Property in Cuyamaca Woods, Solar panels are in (photo right). Septic & 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. Oriainallv $244,500, Reduced to $110.000, 5..28 Ac, res - 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 septic, water & electricity. Originally listed at $139,000. IncrediNe DeeL,Now $49,900. 7. WEEKEND ESC~OE COTTAGE ÷ Scenic Views On a very nice .28 acre lot in Whispering Pines, 848 sq.ft,; 2BD, 1BA, detached two car garage, large private patio off kitchen, Large living room, Custom made stone outdoor barbeque, 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 - LANDPanoramic tb~untain Top This 2.67 acre lot has the Best Ocean & Mountain Views in San Diego. Plus $J60,000 in Property Improvements. Paved Driveway, Graded pad, Underground Telephone. Water & Septic in. Overlooks: Catalina Island. Son Clemente Island. and Corrmdo Islands to Mexico. Night- twne City lights up & down coas'i'. Owner may carry, Original Price: $369.000, Now $169.000. ˘~1 Polo Prol~zti˘~ ~ {if'l~t|~.(~li;-~l~l Reel Estate B~k˘~ c0mpa~g li~ #00571248 IN BUSINESS OVER 33- YEARS. Legal A odty states: "sustainability meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs." (Quote from the United Nations). Also; ( County General Plan Pg. 2-12). Introducing sustainability Plan designed to confuse and mislead. It implies that rights belong not to individuals, but to indefinable groups, i.e., "future generations," which means people not yet born. When they are born they no longer are part of a future generation because as anywhere in North America. cost of housing for all income as a way to cheat rural they obviously become part of The Lake Cuyamaca groups. After thirty-eight years landowners and take property the current generation. Thus, Restaurant and grocery store of growth controls and growth without compensation is led according to the new General open at 6 AM. Daily specials, management, home prices by people who call themselves Plan, as soon as they pop out THE DECONTAMINATION in the San Diego MSA have environmentalists. These areof the womb they relinquish all WASH DOWN IS REQUIRED skyrocketed from less than people who would probably never rights to the resources conserved FORALL PRIVATE VESSELS the national median in 1973 to steal anything themselves, but for future generations. AN-D--MOTORS BEFORE double the national median, who have no compunction about Sustainability is misleading LAUNCH. ALSO FLOAT It's time the supervisors put an demanding that the supervisors because the present residents TUBES AND WADERS end to the county's land usein official documents such as: their personal notions to create a do the stealing in their behalf, of the county are being required MUST BE WASHED DOWN mismanagement. They Should the public, public interest, public sustainable and green utopia. These are people who actually by the government's use of BEFORE USING THE LAKE. disapprove any additional down good, public benefit, good of Whenever other impostor should buy the land they covet Police Power to sacrifice their THEREISA FEE zoning of rural lands and let their society or the people. Much like terms suc~ as "growth, growth with their own money, but who well-being today for future FOR THE WASH DOWN. constituents live in harmony. "Hope and Change" these terms management and growth won't. They seem to relish generations that can never come For Further Information Or To The county'snewGeneral Plan are designed to confuse and controls" are used they actually controlling other people and their into being because resources Make Reservations For Condos, is riddled with impostor terms and mislead, meaning different things mean people control. In other property and making their lives must always be conserved for Cabins Or Camping, P/ease Ca// gobbledygook, including terms to different people with each words they are dictating where miserable, successive unborn generations. 877-581-9904 thatare undefined or indefinable, consigning their own peculiar and howwewill live including our Sustainability or sustainable Gobbledygook for sure! develo ment sounds nice Next Beard Meeting of CPPR is The Overview sets the stage: subjective definition, life styles. These are governmentP • • July 20 2010 6"30 p m Ramona "General Plans?.provide a vision For instance, the term determinations now backed upand is another imposter-term . , • • • ............ Stzzler Restaurant 4th & Main of the community's future. 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