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8 The Julian News 69 Paul Bicanic Owner/Broker Active 30 years full time Julian Real Estate 760.765.2878 / 760.484.7792 2002 Manufactured Home in Golden Nugget Park. 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath, 1644 .s.f. + Bonus Room (Could be 3rd Bedroom). Wood Burning Fireplace. Fenced yard. Two (2) Decks. View of Meadow, Pines, Oaks. Walk to Town. $495 Space rental - Trash Water, SDG&E extra. $130,000 1 ACRE - High Desert, Shelter Valley, Terraced building site, Flat and usable - $33,000. 1 ACRE - Seller will provide County Approved septic layout - $50,000. 1.19 ACRES - Recently surveyed, Nice building site with existing septic system, all utilities available, Harrison Park - $110,000. 2.5 ACRES - Fabulous View and Privacy - $59,000. 2.5 ACRES - View from Coronados to Catalina, Driveway and pad roughed in, Water meter, Seller is motivated to negotiate All CASH Offer - $85,000. 2.5 ACRES - Water meter, County Approved 3BR septic layout, Great view, Approved house plans - $110,000. 2.5 ACRES - Paved roads, Underground utilities, Approved for 3BR,Large Oaks - $150,000. 2.5 ACRES- Gorgeous Wynola Estates Parcel, Seller will provide County Approved 3BR septic layout. Cedars, Oaks, Manzanita - $158,000. 2.5 ACRES - Approved septic layout, grading plans, building plans, water meter, all utilities, Big oaks, Paved road - $219,000. 2.63 ACRES - private with rural views, Seller will provide Approved County septic layout. $135,000. 2.77 ACRES - Remote, Private Parcel With 3 Bedroom septic, Water meter, telephone, Concrete driveway, Lots of usable space. - $109.000. NEW 2.97 ACRES - Unobstructed view property, From Mt Palomar to the Salton Sea, Water meter, County Approved for 3BR residence All utilities + Cable - $199,000. 8 ACRES - Driveway and pad roughed in, County Approved for 3 BR,Terraced for orchard, Area for Pond, Huge Pine Tree, Oaks, Manzanita, View from Mt Palomar to Ranchita - $299,000. 10.65 ACRES - Large parcel with well, water storage tank, electric, phone, 3. bedroom septic systel driveway and pad. Gorgeous Views and privacy, seller will finance. $169,000. NEW PUBLIC NOTICE US Army Corps of Engineers Request for information about the former Borrego Springs- Military Wash Recently, the U .S. Army Corps of Engineers completed a Site Inspection at the former Borrego Springs- Military Wash. This site was used as an emergency landing field for horizontal, glide and dive bombing (using practice bombs) from 1942 through 1947. The former Borrego Springs- Military Wash is one of many former military installations throughout the United States that will be reviewed under the Department of Defense's Munitions Response Site Prioritization Protocol. This protocol is used to assess sites that may have unexploded ordnance, discarded military munitions or munitions constituents, and to assign priorities for any additional investigation or munitions removal that may be required. The evaluation criteria, including types of munitions that may be present, ease of access to the site, and number of people living near the site are available for public review in the Site Inspection Report. A copy of the document is located at the Borrego Springs Branch Library, 587 Palm Canyon Drive Suite 125, Borrego Springs, CA 92004. The draft final version of this document is also available on the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles District Website at http:// www.spL For more information or if you have additional information about past activities related to the former Borrego Spnngs- Military Wash, olease contact: For media queries: Lloyd Godard Project Manager (213) 452-4014 or (213) USACE, Los Angeles District ATTN: CESPL-PM-M Jennie Ayala Public Affairs Specialist 452-3925 or (213) 479-8634 USACE, Los Angeles District ATTN: CESPL-PA 915 Wilshire Blvd. 915 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 1146 Los Angeles, CA 90017-3401 Los Angeles, CA 90017, mil jennie, Published July 27 and August 3, 2011 Julian News 05665 Be Mindful Of Motorcycles (NAPSA)--An average of three lives a day could be saved, experts estimate, if motorists and motorcyclists were more careful at intersections. In fact, crash data reveals that motorcycle crashes happen more often at intersections than anywhere else, relative to the amount of time riders spend in them. To help, one major insurance company is putting up caution signs on roads all over the country. The yellow, diamond-shaped signs feature a motorcycle silhouette and are inscribed with the word "LOOK" to encourage motorists to look for motorcycles before crossing an intersection. It's all part of AIIstate's "Once is ,Never Enough" (ONE) program, designed to remind drivers and riders that looking once at intersections is never enough. "In the time it takes to blink an eye, a life could be saved," said Keith Rutman, vice president of AIIstate's consumer household unit. Fortunately, there are things drivers, riders and others can do. Tips for Motorists Be cautious when going through intersections. Look left, right and left again for motorcyclists. Also, be aware that because of a motorcycle's small size, a bike can easily hide in a car's blind spot. Allow for greater following distance. Most motorcyclists do not activate their brake light when slowing down. They slow down by downshifting. Don't assume motorcyclists are speeding. Due to their small size, motorcycles may seem to be moving faster and appear farther away than they really are. Motorcyclists often adjust position within a lane. This helps them be seen more easily by motorists. They also tend to avoid the center of the lane because of liq uids that leak from car engines, transmissions and radiators. Tips for Motorcyclists Be cautious when going through intersections. Be visible when you ride. Try to avoid blind spots, wear bright colored, protective clothing, activate turn signals early and always use your headlights. Flash your brake lights when slowing down. This helps others on the road know your intentions. Leave enough space between you and the car in front of you. You'll have more time to react to other motorists' actions. Ride within your limits. If you're a new rider, consider taking a training course. Rush hour isnot the time to learn how to maneuver your motorcycle. All riders should avoid extreme temperatures and inclement weather. For more information regarding motorcycle safety and awareness visit **=1= Make yourself an honest man, and then youmay be sure there is one less rascal in the world. -- Thomas Carlyle 2it 4.89 acres in Julian with views of Ocean. Has telephone, house plans sold with lot and comers marked. $99,000 Community Bankinc Judy Raines 760-604-1946 DRE #01350842 Veronica Clark 760-803-3582 DRE #01092197 Exper! ed In All Aspects of Real Estate I- Checking Savings Home Equity Business Banking I~2033 Main St., Julian I 765-2765 Member FDE July 27, 2011 Financial Focus Know You r Risks -- and How to When you invest, you take some risks. While you can't totally avoid these risks, you can take steps to help reduce their impact and increase your comfort level. And the more comfortable you are with your investments, the easier it will be to follow a long- term strategy that can'help you meet your goals. Let's look at the most common types of risk related to investing, along with some suggestions on helping to reduce these risks: Losing principal -- This type of risk is most closely associated with investing. For example, when you purchase a stock, you know that its value could go up or down. If it drops below your purchase price, and you then sell your shares, you will lose some of your principal. Your response -- You can't eliminate the risk of losing principal, but by owning a mix of stocks, bonds, government securities and other types of investments, you can help reduce the impact of volatility on your portfolio. Keep in mind, though, that diversification, by itself, can't guarantee a profit or protect against loss. Losing value when interest rates change -- This type of risk primarily affects fixed-income investments, such as bonds. If you purchase a bond that pays, say, a 4% interest rate, and the market rate goes up to 5%, then the value of your bond will drop because no one will be willing to pay you the full price for it when newer, higher-yielding bonds are available. Your response -- You can combat, or even ignore, interest rate risk by holding your bonds until they mature. By doing so, F, dwardJones MAKING SENSE OF INVESTING 850 Main St #104 Ramona, CA 92065 (760) 789-2804 Yvonne P. Catton receive regular interest payments unless the bonds are "called," or repurchased by the issuer. (You can help protect against this by purchasing bonds that have some degree of "call protection" and by owning bonds with different maturities.) Losing purchasing power -- This risk largely applies to fixed-rate investments such as certificates of deposit (CDs). To illustrate: If you purchase a CD that pays 2%, and the inflation rate is 3%, you are actually losing purchasing power. Your response -- Despite their vulnerability to inflation, CDs can offer you some valuable benefits, such as preservation of principal. Yet if you are concerned about fighting inflation, you may want to look for investments than have the potential to offer rising income, such as dividend-paying stocks. In fact, you can find stocks that have increased their dividends for many consecutive years. (Be aware, though, that companies can reduce or eliminate dividends at any time. Also, an investment in stocks fluctuates, and you could lose your principal.) Apart from these individual techniques to reduce investment- related risk, you should also save early and save often -- because the more money you accumulate, the greater your ability to follow a long-term strategy that reflects your personal risk tolerance. That's why it's a good idea to contribute as much as possible over the years to your IRA and 401(k) or other employer- sponsored retirement plan. By understanding the different types of investment risk, and by acting to help lessen them, you can reduce much of the stress sometimes associated with :you'll get:your full principal back, 'investing -- while you increase provided ssuer doesn'tyour prospects for achieving your default, and you'll continue to objectives. There's only one real sin and that is to persuade oneself that the second-best is anything but the second-best. -- Doris Lessing GOD BLESS LUERS & DYER, CPAs, LLP CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS Income Tax and Accounting " Full Service F~rm ] Accounting and financial sta ents Tax planning mad preparation Rebecca Luers, CPA Jan IJyer, CPA M~.~tcr~ l~t, grce ~n 3axatioa Personal attention to your special needs Wvm)'la Center ~367 Hwy 78. Suite 112 1~O. Box 1934 ' Julian. 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