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September 8, 2010 on BOOKKEEPING &amp; TAX SERVICE I - Checking Savings I Home Equity Business Banking I  2033 Main St., Julian I 765-2765 Member FDC Rabobank ANTHONYJ, ROMAN0 A00omey-At-Law Real Estate, Estate Planning, Business and Water Law (619) 696-9916 1901 First Avenue, Suite 1 l0 San Diego, CA. Lori After MANAGEMENT CAD/Drafting Building Permits ( Project Coordination ) Bookkeeping P.O. Box 401 Julian, CA 92036 760-765-1113 i LUERS & DYER, CPAs, LLP CERTIFIEI) PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS Income Tax and Accouratng Full Service Firm Rebece lers, CPA Jan l,er, CPA M,lter Degeee it txafim Personal attention to your special needs Wynola (;enter 4367 Hw) 78, Suite 112 E(). Box 1934 * Julian, CA 92036 Tel, 760 765343 Ftx: 760 76541150 gmail: Two Julian B & B's Rank In Top Three OF U-T's Readers Poll The annual reader's selection for the San Diego Union Tribune's popular "Best of" series was announced this week, and Julian placed two out of three in the "Best of 2010 Bed and Breakfast" category. Butterfield Bed and Breakfast of Whispering Pines, and the Julian Gold Rush Hotel, were each honored in this year's reader's polling. These two lodging properties have a proud history of serving visitors to the backcountry, and each has its own unique story. Previously a single family residence, Butterfield Bed and Breakfast became a full time B&B in the mid 1980's. Built in 1934 as a second home for a family from the farming area of Imperial county, it is now a 5 guest room property offering a variety of themed rooms, daily gourmet breakfast, and extensive garden and sitting areas on three acres. Situated just a half mile from downtown Julian, Butterfield offers a quiet getaway from the everyday world. Owned and operated by Dawn and Ed Glass for the past 11 years, Butterfield has ranked high in similar previous polls as well as on various online review sites. The Julian Gold Rush Hotel dates back to the 1890's, when it was known as the Hotel Robinson. Albert Robinson was a freed slave who came to Julian after the end of the Civil War. He and his wife Margaret built the hotel following earlier business success in Julian with a restaurant and bakery. Today's Julian Gold Rush Hotel is owned by Steve and Gig Ballinger. The historic structure on Main Street has 16 guest rooms, and is welt known by visitors to town. It is one of the most photographed buildings in downtown Julian. Julian takes great pride in this regional recognition of our lodging properties from readers of the San Diego Union Tribune. There are many fine Bed and Breakfast establishments in San Diego County, and Julian is blessed with having two of the three finalists this year. $1.8 Million Available For Community Improvements County Invites Public To Meetings To Learn How To Apply For Federal Funds In September, the Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) will host meetings to explain how to apply for an estimated $1.8 million in federal community development funds. Dates and locations of the meetings are below The funds are provided through the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) to benefit lower income residents of the unincorporated areas for projects such as community and health centers, parks, and water and drainage improvements. Funds are administered by HCD. General information will also be provided about the following programs: HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME) and CDBG Affordable Housing Programs. An estimated $7 million for affordable housing programs administered by HCD for the unincorporated area and the cities of Coronado, Del Mar, Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2010 10:00 a.m. Campo Campo Community Center 976 Sheridan Road Campo, California Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2010 6:00 p.m. Ramona Ramona Senior/Community Center 434 Aqua Lane Ramona, California Thursday, Sept. 16, 2010 6:00 p.m. Lincoln Acres Lincoln Acres Community Center 2725 Granger Avenue Lincoln Acres, California Thursdav. Sept. 16. 2010 10:00 a.m. Julian County Sheriff's Julian Substation 2907 Washington Street (Coleman Creek Circle - Building C) Julian, California Imperial Beach, Lemon Grove, Poway, and Solana Beach (Urban County) and Carlsbad, Encinitas, La Mesa, San Marcos, Santee, and Vista (HOME Consortium). Emergency Shelter Grant (ESG). An estimated $206,669 available to improve the quality and number of emergency shelters and transitional facilities for homeless persons and to help at-risk people from becoming homeless. Administered by HCD for the Urban County. Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA). An estimated $2.9 million for affordable housing and services for low-income households of people living with HIV or AIDS. Administered by HCD for the entire San Diego County region. Information and applications are available at, or 3989 Ruffin Road in Kearny Mesa, or by contacting Lorene Kellogg at (858) 694-8724 or Iorene.kellogg@sdcounty. Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2010 10:00 a.m. Fallbrook Fallbrook Community Center 341 Heald Lane Fatlbrook, California Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2010 6:00 p.m. (Senior Lounge) Spring Valley Spring Valley Community Center 8735 Jamacha Boulevard Spring Valley, California Thursday, Sept. 23, 2010 6:00 p.m. Casa De Oro Casa De Oro Library 9805 Campo Rd., #180 Spring Valley, CA 91977 Thursday, Sept. 16, 2010 2:00 p.m. Borrego Springs Borrego Springs Senior Center 580 Circle J Drive Borrego Springs, California Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2010 10:00 a.m. (Lakeshore Room) Lakeside Lakeside Community Center 9841 Vine Street Lakeside, California Civility In Politics Friday, Sept. 24, 2010 10:00 a.m. County Housing & Community Development Headquarters, County Department of Housing and Community Development Downstairs Conference Room 3989 Ruffin Road San Diego, CA 92123 SPECIAL WEBCASTS Monday, September 13 and 20, 2010@2:00 p.m. Limited Audience; For details and iogin instructions, E-mail your reservation to dawnmarquardt@sdcunty'ca'gv; or call (858) 694-8740 What We Can Learn Today (NAPSA)-Integrity, conscientiousness, dedication-according to a new book, it was these qualities that enabled Calvin Coolidge to set such an impeccable example as a president and public servant. The book, "Why Coolidge Matters: How Civility In Politics Can B,ing a Nation Together," is pblished by the National Notary Association. The organization ras done so for several reasons. Not only was Coolidge the only resident sworn in by a notary- tis own father, in the early morning of August 3, 1923, after Warren Harding died-but his humility, his common touch, his Create "defensible space" around your home, plan to evacuate early, and make I|ARRICADi II part of your wildfire safety plan. llARRICADE li Fire Blocking Gel has saved hundreds of homes across the US, including San Diego County. The gel is easy to apply with a garden hose and minimum 40psi water pressure when wildfire threatens your community. I|ARRICADi !! helps protect your house against flying embers, radiant heat, and direct flame contact. 100% non-toxic and biodegradable Home Kits $35000 each plus tax. Includes free site visit and delivery. continued on page 15 The Julian News 7 GREEN FOREST SERVICE Education, Experience and Integrity Since 1988 Bret Hutchinson Owner/Operator B.S. Environmental Toxicology, UC Davis ISA Certified Arborist, No. WE-8692A Licensed, Bonded, Insured, Wormans Comp. CA. License No. 944489 Office: 760-743-6290 * Arborist Consultations * Hazardous Removals * Precision Felling * Lacing and . Dead Wooding * Brush Clearing Cell: 760-519-9462 * Chipping * Wood splitting * Weed eating * Delivery Compost Firewood Woodehips Groceries Fresh Produce Sundries Beer. Wine Liquor Dry Cleaning. Lotto. Scratchers Full Service "Best in the County" Meat Department U.D.A. Choice Bee[ Buffalo Meat Special and Holiday Orders, Cut to your Specifications l;i,i,,.ti:  ,- ,  , .;'.!,:,!i:i ! I Bdl Pay Ill !;} W! !!1 ::,*:W  ]mlllm Phone & IltlllUes As you know, school has started up again and it is time for Mrs. Wylie's AP English Literature class to write articles for the newspaper once again, as they have done so for the past several years. Every year, the AP English class students get to pick their own topics of their own choice and pick a date to write and publish their own newspaper article. The AP English class is comprised of high school juniors and seniors. They are to pick their own topic, write their own article, proofread it, and send it to the newspaper J'or publication - they do it all on their own. They are encouraged to pick a topic that they feel strongly or passionate about and to write in an articulate and respectful manner. They know that the Julian community will be reading their articles and that they represent themselves, the teacher, the class, and the school This is to help them with expository writing, editorials, persuasive writing, and to help with preparation for college. (Note: Mrs. Wylie will be on maternity leave for first semester and will return for 2nd semester; in the meantime, Mrs. Gentry will be the long-term substitute.) Jennifer Wylie Pheonix by Kjell Reeve Phoenix are a Grammy Award-winning, alternative rock band from Versailles, France, founded by Thomas Mars, Deck D'Arcy, Christian Mazzalai and Laurent Brancowitz. Vocalist Thomas Mars, bassist Deck d'Arcy, and guitarist Chris Mazzalai started as a garage band based out of Mars' house in the suburbs of Paris. In 1995, Laurent Brancowitz, Mazzalai's older brother, permanently joined the band on guitar. The group got their touring start on the French bar circuit doing Hank Williams and Prince covers. Two years later the band took on the name Phoenix and pressed 500 copies of a single on their own label, Ghettoblaster. Shortly after, they were signed to the Paris- based Source Records. In early 2009, it was announced that the band was returning with a new album titled Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix, which was released on May 25, 2009. The album was recorded in Paris by Cassius's Philippe Zdar who co-produced and mixed the album. The track "1901", a tribute to early Paris, was released on February 23, 2009, as a free download prior to the release of the first single, and aired for the first time on an Australian radio station. Their track "1901" was used for the theatrical trailer of the film New York, I Love You and has been featured in commercials for the 2010 Cadillac SRX. "Lisztomania" was used in trailers for Where the Wild Things Are, Alice in Wonderland and Valentine's Day. At first I didn't know whether I liked their upbeat music but they are now my favorite band. 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