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Box 632 I Julian, CA 92036 I 00_60) 765-0265] Excavation I Site Work ontractor IH M CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 25 Years Lic. #B459249 oCustom Homes IS ,Remodels .. ,Additions .Genera/Repairs ' FREE * .....  ESTIMATES (760765-607 Drilling Complete Water California Contractor Systems tiC. # 455969 Sales & Repair "Your Complete Water Systems Company Since 1981  765-1246 , 789-9976 P. 0. Box 1719o Julian, CA 92036 Bobcat • Demolition BOBCAT WORK LEGAL NOTICES • DEMOLITION • JERRY COZENS & JUSTIN COZENS (760) 765-2589 (760) 803-3749 License # 439493 Bull Dozer Services Dozer Work 7bo-749-1782 Clearing, Grading, Roads $8o/hour No Move In Charges Larry Herman Pumps/Well Contractor Lic. 702741 • Submersible Pumps • Booster Pumps • Storage Tanks , Ozone Water Treatment Ilew IlletiNs # £ep’ir Air Conditioning and Heating Borrego, Cuyamaea, Eseondido, Julian, Ocotillo', Palomar Mountain, Ramona, d Ranchita, Santa Ysabel, Warner Springs . (760) 580 - 3528 License - 938O01-A ,, ,,,, , iiiiiinln Concrete - Foundations - Retaining Walls INC. IIs. EARTH Atmut Our Environment Dear Earth Talk: I've been hearing about the great gas mileage for Volkswagens that use diesel fuel. But is it better for the environment to use diesel or unleaded gasoline? -- K. Cronk, Bay City, MI In the past, diesel fuel was always considered dirtier than gasoline. But newer standards regulating sulfur content and improved technology in diesel engines have made diesel somewhat kinder to the environment. Many eco- advocates now tout diesel as a viable and preferable alternative to regular unleaded gasoline. Where diesel fuel really shines over gasoline is improved fuel economy thanks to its higher "energy density": Diesel contains more power per liter than gasoline. Today's diesel engines have 20-40 percent better fuel economy than their gasoline counterparts, which some say more than makes up for the fact that they also produce about 15 percent more greenhouse gases. This greater efficiency means that diesel engines emit less carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide and fewer hydrocarbons than gasoline engines. Diesel's downside is that it emits larger amounts of nitrogen compounds and particulate matter (soot) that can cause respiratory problems and even cancer. .The California Air Resources Board (CARB) attributes 70 percent of that state's cancer risk from airborne toxins to soot from diesel cars and trucks. Nationwide, studies have shown a 26 percent mortality increase for those living in soot-polluted areas. But diesel's dark side is getting a little brighter, thanks to new technologies such as Mercedes- Benz' BlueTEC system (now used in many VW, Audi and Chrysler diesel models) that filters particulates while improving overall engine performance. The Diesel Technology Forum (DTF), a trade association of carmakers, engine builders and petroleum distributors, reports that technologies now commonplace in new diesel engines reduce the tailpipe output of particulate matter by as much as 90 percent and nitrogen oxides by some 50 percent compared to diesel engines on the road just a decade ago. "The industry has made significant strides in recent years to develop diesel systems that are cleaner and more efficient than ever before," reports DTF. "Thanks to state-of-the-art engines, cleaner-burning fuels, effective emissions-control systems, and advancements in the fuel injection system, it would take 60 trucks sold today to equal the soot emissions of one September 1, 2010 1988 truck." U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) data shows that airborne diesel particulate levels fell by more than 37 percent during the 1990s. Meanwhile, continually improving fuel efficiency standards in the European Union (where the majority of new cars purchased in many member countries use diesel fuel) are forcing carmakers to design more fuel efficient, less polluting vehicles around the world. After all, there's no sense in designing better engines for one region with high standards and another for areas with less stringent rules. Another green benefit of diesel- powered engines is their ability to run on plant-derived biodiesel instead of petroleum-based diesel. And in the near future consumers may be able to shop for new diesel-electric hybrid cars now on the drawing boards of major automakers around the world. For now, consumers looking to buy a new or used car--diesel or otherwise--can see how different models stack up in regard to efficiency and emissions via the FuelEconomy. gov website, a joint effort of the EPA and the U.S. Department of Energy. CONTACTS: CARB, www. arb.ca.gov; Mercedes-Benz' BlueTEC, www.mbusa.com/ bluetec; Diesel Technology Forum, www.dieselforum. org; FuelEconomy.gov, www. fueleconomy.gov. In: the past, diesel fuel was always considered dirtier than gasoline. But newer standards regulating sulfur content and improved technology in diesel engines have made diesel somewhat kinder to the environment. Pictured: a 2009 Volkswagen Jetta TDI Clean Diesel. photo by Chris Luckhardt, courtesy Flickr GOT AN ENVIRONMENTAL QUESTION? Send it to: EarthTalk c/o E/The Environmental Magazine P.O. Box ,098 Westport, CT 06881 e-mail: earthtalk@emagazine.com or submit it at: www.emagazine.com/ earthtalk/thisweek/ Paying Tribute On 9/1 1 By Helping Others (NAPSA) - The anniversary of: September 11 is a day of hi:story, emotion and reflection fo,r most Americans. Over the la:st nine years, this day has al:so come to symbolize the resilience, kindness and unity of our citizenship, inspired by the outpouring of goodwill throughout the nation in the months following the attacks. Americans pulled together in countless ways after 9/11 to help each other and revive our national spirit. And it is that spirit that infuses our remembrance of 9/11 each year and inspires us to serve our neighbors in our own communities every day. September 11 is now a National Day of Service and Remembrance, a result of federal bipartisan legislation passed and signed into law by President Barack Obama in 2009. Establishing 9/11 as a National Day of Service was the culmination of years of work by the nonprofit MyGoodDeed, on behalf of many 9/11 family members and organizations that sought to create this forward- looking observance to forever remember the lives of those lost, pay tribute to the many who rose in service, and honor the brave soldiers who serve our country at home and abroad every day. "Our ultimate goal is to establish a permanent legacy of service and compassion that will forever honor the 9/11 victims and heroes," said MyGoodDeed President David Paine. Paine Corporation for N;ff00ONAL00 COMMUNITY SERVICE00 founded the organization in 2002 with close friend Jay S. Winuk, the brother of 9/11 rescuer Glenn J. Winuk, an attorney, volunteer firefighter and EMT who died in the line of duty when the South Tower of the World Trade Center collapsed. This year, the 9/11 Day of Service initiative is being promoted by a public-private partnership of organizations that includes the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS), HandsOn Network, the continued on page 15 JULIAN COMMUNITY PLANNING GROUP P. 0. BOX 249 JULIAN, CALIFORNIA 92036 REGULAR MEETING MONDAY, September 6, 2010 • 7 P.M. JULIAN TOWN HALL TENTATIVE AGENDA 1. ROLL CALL OF MEMBERS 2. REVIEW & APPROVAL OF CURRENT AGENDA 3. REVIEW & APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF July 12, 2010 MEETING (No meeting in August) 4. INTRODUCTION OF COUNTY STAFF 5. OPPORTUNITY FOR PUBLIC COMMENT (Non-agenda Items) 6. OLD BUSINESS A) Sunrise Power Link B) SDG&E proposal to discontinue power in back country in high wind/ high temperature/low humidity conditions. 7. NEW BUSINESS A) Board of Supervisors review of Planning and Sponsor Groups 8. STANDING AND AD HOC COMMITTEE REPORTS A) General Plan Update - Current Status B) Land Use , STP 10-004 Julian/Cuyamaca Fire Protection Distdct new station. Revised Site Plan C) San Dieguito River Valley Park Citizens Advisory Committee - Jack Shelver 9. COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE AND CHAIRMAN'S REPORT 10. ITEMS REQUIRING ACTION BEFORE NEXT MEETING (Not Covered Above) 11. SUBMISSION OF PLANNING GROUP EXPENSES FOR REIMBURSEMENT 12. ADJOURNMENT ALL ITEMS ON THE AGENDA ARE FOR DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE DECISION BY THE GROUP. UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. A FINAL AGENDA WILL BE POSTED ON THE BULLETIN BOARD ON THE PORCH OF THE TOWN HALL 72 HOURS PRIOR TO THE REGULAR PL4NNING GROUP MEETING The Julian Community Planning Group (JCPG) is a voluntary organization representing the community. The function for the JCPG is advisory to the County Planning Department, Planning Commission, and the Board of Supervisors with regard to land use matters. Members: Jack Shelver, Chair • Woody Barnes, Vice Chair • Vicky Vedova-Bryan, Secretary Betty Birdsell, Jean James, Katherine Moretti, Kenny Mushet, Bob Redding, Rudy Rikansrud, Peggy Steadham, Bob Verdugo LEGAL: 05399 Publish: September 1, 2010 t ! / f