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September 3, 2003 MOUNTAIN FARMS REALTY Our Professional Sales Staff KNOWS Julian ALL OF OUR AGENTS ARE REALTORS, MEMBERS OF THE SAN DIEGO ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS 2019 Main Street Julian, CA 92036 (760) 765-0111 Same Ownership Since 1980 The Julian News 17 QUAINT, COUNTRY HOME -- Quiet road leads into this charming and cozy home amongst the trees. 2 BR; 1 BA; very pretty, usable, .8 acre lot. Many unique features and upgrades, 1-car garage/work- shop and basement. Endless possibilities. Offered at .................................................................. $255,000. GREAT FAMILY HOME -- One mile to town; 3-BR, 2-BA, family room, nice lot, 2-car garage, mature trees, flowers and more. REDUCED TO ...... $319,OO. LOVELY, 3-BR,. 2-BA home nestled in the trees. Two extra rooms afford versatility, 2-car garage, updated bath- rooms, Pergo floor being installed, new carpet. Offered at $299,000. Call listing office for showing. Highly motivated seller! VERY QUIET, pretty lot amongst the trees..49 acre, two 10x10 outbuildings. Must see to appreciate! .................................................. $55,O00. : PINE HILLS -- 22.O4 acres on Eagle Peak Road. A "must see." Beautiful views! ................ $55,OOO. COME SEE GARDEN HILL IN MAJESTIC PINE HILLS Beautiful landscaping (vege- table garden, too!) adds that special touch to this charming, well-cared-for country home. Spectacular views. 3 BR, 2 BA, 1804 sq. ft. Don't miss this one! By appointment only. Call listing office for showing. Variable $360,000 - $375,000. E-mail" janetgastil@sprintmail.com Our Toll-Free Number: (877) MTN-FARMS Web Site: www.mtnfarms.com Fax. (760)765-2016 (6 8 6 - 3 2 7 6) GETTIHG TO KHOW YOU LAURA LEWIS - JULIAN POSTMASTER con't from Page ! far as Canebrake and southward to Cuyamaca. First class mail is in the boxes by 11:30 a.m..- The lovely lady that oversees all the activity of the Post Office is LAURA LEWIS, our Postmaster. She became Postmaster in September,1999. (The Post Office Department prefers this title regardless of gender.) Her staff includes: Amy Hollenbeck, Deborah Butts, Regina Moretti, Lisa DiPaolo, Chris Holeman and Ross Moretti is the highway contract driver. Laura keeps a watchful eye on the lobby. She does not like lines and always assists us personally and always with a cheerful attitude. Folks often wonder why there is no one at the counters in the lobby at all times and it is necessary to ring the bell for service. Laura explains that all hands are needed to handle the tremendous amount of mail and all hands are kept busy behind the scenes all day. Laura was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan in 1962 to Judson and Linda Forsyth. She has two sisters - Patricia Cairns and Elizabeth Pennington. Her family moved to California when she Was eight years old. They lived at Warner Springs where she attended elementary school and then graduated from Julian High School in1980. She attended Mesa College, Palomar and then graduated from University of Phoenix with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Marketing. While in college, her roommate was Mad& the youngest sister of Bob Lewis of Julian. It was through Maria that Laura met Bob. They were married in 1982. " They have two children - Robert Matthew born in 1986 - 17 years old and Jennifer Leanne born in 1990 - 13 years old. They make it five generations of Julianites in the Lewis family. Mort and Marilyn Lewis are the children's grandparents. Ann Farley is great Grandma. Laura's husband had been self employed and ran an excavation company doing grading locally. He then worked at Carmel Mountain Processing Plant as a motor'vehicle operator and tractor trailer operator. He was on his way to work at the Carmel Mountain facility and while driving down the mountain at 4 a.m. on February 6,1999, he lost his life in a tragic car accident that involved a drunk driver. The driver is currently in prison serving an eleven year term. Laura has a double job - her work as our Postmaster and raising her family alone and doing well with both responsibilities. She was responsible for getting a local telephone number for our post office rather than being routed through out of town switchboards. That number is: 765-3648. A good way to remember is 3-dozen & 4 dozen. Laura began to climb the ladder of success right here in Julian. She began her postal employment as a distribution and window clerk at the Julian Post Office in 1985. In 1987, she transferred to the Santa Ysabel Post Office and later to Ramona. She earned her first promotion into supervision in 1997 when she became the customer service supervisor in Vista. Although her previous permanent assignment was at the Vista Post Office, she has been officer-in-charge at the Pine Valley Post Office during the absence of a regular postmaster. Laura's strength in managing postal operations is supported by her completion of temporary management assignments at the Borrego Springs, Jamul and Alpine post offices. While at Alpine, she was recognized for her first place performance among all other post offices of comparable size. Laura has several tips she would like to pass on to all of us. I had a situation recently that kept me on edge for a few weeks. I had mailed my check and car registration to DMV for my new registration blue sticker on July 1st and the month was over and I still had not received my new registration. Laura said others were concerned about theirs also. Finally after six weeks, it showed up. She had kept an eye on incoming mail for them and personally handed mine to me. She noticed that mine only had the street address and not my post office box number. Mail without a post office number is normally returned to sender. She suggests that we all notify our correspondents our post office box number and when ordering parcels to include the four digit post office box number after the ZP code. That will arrive here or use a four line address. In July, 1963, every address in the country was assigned a ZIP Code. ZIP stands for Zone Improvement Plan. Never guess about the ZIP Code. If you are not certain, call the Post Office to obtain the correct number. Rural and suburban mailboxes are most vulnerable to vandalism according to Postal Inspectors. Because they are usually isolated and frequently not visible to the owners from their houses. Since mailboxes are considered federal property, crimes against them are considered a federal offense. Violators can be fined or imprisoned for each act of vandalism. If you have teenagers in your home, do your best to let them know the penalties for vandalism, the inconvenience and cost to the victims, and that the Postal Service does not take any of it lightly, if you have information on mailbox vandalism or mail theft in your area, report it to the Postal Inspection Service by calling 1-800-ASR- USPS (1-800-275-8777). Laura suggests that if you are expecting certain mail or checks or packages at a certain time and they do not arrive, to be sure to let her know and they will trace. Notify the Post Office and your personal and business correspondents when you move. As a recipient of mail, make sure your mail moves with you. You can get and complete an official change of address form at the post office. Seeing a personal letter in your mail is almost like finding a treasure. Make yourself a promise this week to take a few moments out of your busy schedule, find a quiet spot and write a letter to someone special - someone across the country or just across the street. Renew old acquaintances, make a new friend. Tell your grandparents that you miss them. Let your teenage son know how you love him. See how much pleasure two people can share for just 37 cents. Laura has an awesome responsibility overseeir/g the smooth flow of mail to the residents of Julian. She said she loves her job and the people she works with. She feels it is an honor to serve our community and "it will always be that way". We are so very privileged to have Laura as our Postmaster and she is a very special lady and we all appreciate her and her staff. CAN YOU STAND BEHIND YOUR NAME? Most people hide behind other's opinions in small towns. If you have something to say, write us. It's called "Dear Editor," C/o The Julian News. Want the Rules? Call (760) 765-223t JULIAN UNION HIGH FACU] ["f V9 hADY KAGLE00 % LR00ITY VOLLKYBALL TEAM 00EPTEMBER 20, 20000 7:00 PM - FII6FI SCFIOOL GYM Sz.oo - & tINDER 00S.00 - ADULTS YOU THERE[ HERBED PITA TOAST 4 6-inch pita breads (plain, whole wheat or flavored) 1/4 cup Crisco oil 1 teaspoon Italian seasoning 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper 1/2 cup freshly grated Parmesan cheese Heat oven to 425F. Cover baking sheets with heavy-duty aluminum foil. Cut pita breads in half. Separate two layers of each half; you should have 16 pieces. Brush each piece with oil. Sprinkle with Italian seasoning, salt, pepper and cheese. Arrange slices on baking sheets. Bake at 425F. 5 to 7 minutes, or until brown and crisp. Serve warm. Yield: 4 to 6 servings. Note: Any combination of herbs can be used for this recipe. Any left- over toasts can be stored in airtight containers for up to 3 days. 2003 DBR Media, Inc. JULIAN COMMUNITY PLANNING GROUP P. O. BOX 249 JULIAN, CALIFORNIA 92036 REGULAR MEETING MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2003 7 P.M. JULIAN TOWN HALL TENTATIVE AGENDA 7:00 p.m. Meeting: Call to Order I ROLL CALL I1. REVIEW & APPROVAL OF CURRENT AGENDA II1. REVIEW OF MINUTES OF AUGUST 11, 2003, MEETING IV. INTRODUCTION OF COUNTY STAFF V. OPPORTUNITY FOR PUBLIC COMMENT (Nonagenda Items) VI. OLD BUSINESS A. Mark and Pamela Churness Residence in Julian Estates, SO3-049, Site Plan Review -- Discussion and Action B. Randazzo Residence in Julian Estates. SO2-030, Site Plan Review-- Discus- sion and Action VII. NEW BUSINESS " A. Jenkins Winery. 1255 Julian Orchard Drive, MUP #98-011: Minor Deviation (P98-O01M2) -- Discussion and Action VIII. STANDING AND AD HOC COMMITTEE REPORTS A. 2020 General Plan Update- Helsel B. Land Use-- Bittner C. Water Resource-- Gendron & Barnes D. Water Advisory Group (WAG) Update -- Sallee & Tucker " E. Speaker Slips -- Report by Tucker IX. JULIAN COMMUNITY PLAN ELEMENTS X. SAN DIEGUITO RIVER VALLEY PARK UPDATE -- Helsel Xl. COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE & CHAIRMAN'S REPORT Xll. ITEMS REQUIRING ACTION BEFORE NEXT MEETING (Not Covered Above) XlII. SUBMISSION OF PLANNING GROUP EXPENSES FOR REIMBURSEMENT XlV. ADJOURNMENT ALL ITEMS ON THE AGENOA ARE FOR DISCUSSION & 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 PLANNING GROUP MEETING, Gene Helsel, Chair Woody Barnes, Vice Chair Irene Germain, Secretary Members: Ray Meyer, Gail Tucker, Bonnie Gendron, Bobbi Zane, Shari Foust-Helsel, Barbara Fornaciari, Virginia Moran, Dave Bittner LEGAL: 03189 Publish: August 6, 2003 'he Julian News is the only weekly newspaper covering, the area east of Ramona.