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2 The Julian News Art Gallery I Leathers, Apparel, Gifts ]B[E]' &Jewelry 2000 Main St. 760-765-2966 on corner of Main & C St. www.julianhogheaven.com Art Gallery Santa Ysabel Art Gallery 30352 Hwy. 78 (at Hwy. 79) P.O. Box 480 Santa Ysabel, CA 92070 765 1676 OPEN Thursday - Monday 11 a.m. - 5 p,m. Featuring the Finest Local Artists Catering More Than Great Pizza Let [ Wynola Pizza Cater Your Next Event * Food Sculptures * Simple to Complex * Sell'or Full Servlee * Reasonable Prleblg (760) 765-1004 Garden & Gifts 765 0480 qhe Blue Heron Garden Shop & Gallertj Friday to Monday 11-4 2116 Third Street Legal Advice • Representing Victims of Serious Accident., • Home Owner Fire Insurance Claims Joseph T. Dibos Attorney At Law 2445 5th Avenue, Suite 420 San Diego, CA 92101 619-235-0307 jdibos @diboslaw.com No Recovery. No Fee -- Order A Catalog Order Dinner www.schwans.com Delivery to Julian Every 2 weeks on Wednesdays Order Direct 858-231-1384 iiili ii iliii  i iiriiiiiiii ii! on your FIRST PURCHASE receive: $5.00 OFF $25 or - $10.00 OFF,.$50 ] Cuon ..ode:W7 WE INVITE YOUR OPINION/ The views expressed by our contributing writers are their own and not necessarily those of The Julian News management. We invite all parties to submit their opinions and comments to The Julian News. All contributed items are subject to editorial approval prior to acceptance for pub/ication. Letters must include your name and contact information. Letters may be marled to: Julian News P.O. Box 639 Julian, CA 92036 email: /etters@ju/iannews.com in person: Julian News Office (in Soundings Complex) 1453 Hollow Glen Road (9am - 3:30pro Mon-Fri) Deadline is Friday Noon for the next weeks issue Dear Editor: This letter is written in support of Prop L and the need to extend the existing bond to cover for the cost of replacing the condemned science building. I will not lie; I am a curious dreamer. I sit here looking at my September 2010 edition of the "California Farmer", www. FarProgress.com and read about the Biofuel mystery found in beauty of zinnias ..... then I think of the beauty of the zinnias in our school garden at the Julian Elementary School. Reds, pinks, whites. Then I look back at the article and read how the scientists at Lawreance Livermor National Laboratory are looking for clues in the xylem cell of the zinnia, which represents about 70% of the cellulose in plants that can be used in fuel processing. They are looking for clues about the cell wall structure of the zinnias. Hey; why can't we do that? Why not look at the cell structures of our local plants and the bio- fuels they can produce? But how would you harvest those plants on these hills if you did indeed discover some process to make bio-fuels out of the local plants? Of course, robots! Robotics! California is an agricultural state. Julian is an agricultural town with a Iistory in the mining and tourism business. Heavy work. Sometimes light. It is smack dab in the middle of 1000s of acres of ranch and forest land. The state's ag and university systems are busy researching ways to convert waste and produce )io- fuels. We have plenty of bio- fuel right where we live. Without research and the people to do it, we and our children will lose out on the opportunities for energy self-sufficiency that the rest of the country has, whether it is discovered a way to convert the bio-fuels from fire hazard to useful energy. We need to allow our children to learn the tools to succeed in the future - It is a necessity. Chemistry with decent labs. Shop class with robotics. Technology. This is a start. I will not lie to you. I love math. I love science. I love to read. I love to dream. I love to create. How about you? How about our children? Remember the golden rule? We have a lot of talent at the high school, both faculty and students. Let's give them the best shot we can give to them! They cannot start without a place to do it. Vote for Prop L. This is a start! Sincerely, Connie Newgard Julian 92036 The family that dines together, research suggests, is more likely to do just fine together. For ideas on some easy meal solutions that the whole family will enjoy, visit www. noodles, com. / / / / / / / / / r Mall Subscription To: Julian News RO.Box 639 Julian, CA 92036-0639 email: juliannews,com Dear Richard Loomis and Friends, This letter is about Proposition L and in response to Richard's comments from last week. First, I'd like to thank Richard for voicing his concerns as this is an important part of the process. Unfortunately, some of his comments are incorrect. For example: (1) Although the matching State funds are not guaranteed, the school board can delay issuing the bond until State funds are ready. So we are not obligated to pay anything unless we get the State funds. (2) If property values increase it will lower the bond cost, not increase it. This because we pay the bond off faster and save on the interest expense. (3) Attachment 1 to bond resolution clearly states the top priodty is tb "Reconstruct, rebuild and modernize the District's science/ classroom building." .Please read it in full at www.juhsd.org. Only after the building is paid for, would other high school projects be considered. (4) This bond addresses past mistakes with a citizens' oversight committee. We also have a high level of community awareness as our watchdog. Further, the school can select the best contractor and is not forced t0take the low bidder. (5) This is absolutely the right time to rebuild as interest rates and construction costs are both extremely low. And further delay robs our children of the best education. Finally, what Richard fails to suggest is an alternative. This is not just about money. It's about our children and our community. Regardless of who was at fault, we are left with a condemned building. How do we fix it without passing Prop 1_.9 When do we stop punishing Fudge (across from Julian Pie Company) September 29, 2010 Business Services I I (760) 765 2620 fax (760) 765 COPIES $ COLI_ FED EX • UPS m, C ON FIDE N T'LEB PMES ]mlK / PICKUP} S & TAX FORMS LI]kJICROB & RUBBER STAMPS The Julian l BOOK HOUSE 1 Prveyors of  I superb reading material  I Selling Home Selling Rare and Made Fudge Good Used Books Diana & Don Garrett - Owners Fri. & Sat. 11-5 2230 Main Street Sunday 12-5 P.O. oxOo3 Julian, CA 92036 From Borrego Springs Fudge Factory 760-765-1989 COFFEE HOUSE .pull up a chair inaide or out and enjo_g... Coffee. Tea s Smoothie • Mocha Cappuccino • Italian oda" Volcan Freeze ... don't forget the food[ 1921Main 00Lcalli a anorder]600 ALL YOU CAN EAT SPAGHETTI with Garlic Bread 8 Salad ,:,0 un,,, ,.. 0.. 10% OFF Pizza 8 Calzones today's children for the past incompetence of others? Yes, "we got robbed!" Now what are we going to do about it? I say we pass Prop L, fix our high school and show the pride we all have for our children and our c community. 1,84  T_t 8 $°o O° Dennis Cantor Chairperson, o "Citizens for Prop L" * flBfl0aY" PRSfl [acos s&gs 2018 Main Street • 760 765 4600 For information about the risks of underage drinking and tips to help protect young people from alcohol-related injury, visit www. DontServeTeens.gov -- a website maintained by the FTC, the nation's consumer protection agency. Through the Obama adminstration's Recovery Act, the Small Business Administration has provided small businesses with increased access to capital so they can grow and create jobs. Learn more at www.sba.gov. ISSN 1937'8416 Michael Hart and Michele Harvey ..... Owners/Publishers Don Ray ........ ..... i;; .. Consultant Fur GntrJUtrs Michele Harvey Ve umpkinS ; Jon Coupal Scott Baker .... Greg Courson David Lewis Eric Stamets Kiki Skagen Harris Marisa McFedries Jean Anderson Laurel Granquist Albert Simonson Ed Huffman J. Grant Lance Arenson Syndicated Content North American Precis Syndicate, Inc. King Features Syndicate E/The Environmental Magazine The Julian News is published on Wednesdays. All publications are copyright protected. ©2009 All rights reserved. The Julian News is a legally adjudicated newspaper of General Circulation in the State of California, Case No. 577843 Contacting The llian New Contacting The Julian News 1453 Hollow Glen Road (Soundings Complex) In Person office hours: 9am - 3:30pm Monday thru Friday By Mail The Julian News PC Box 639 Julian, CA 92036 Phone/Fax 760 765 2231 fax 760 765 1838 email submissions@juliannews.com Information may be placed in our drop box located on the After Hours , East Side of the Soundings Offices. The phone will accept succinct messages 24 hours a day. /t' Member , Member  California Newspaper National Newspaper Publishers Association Association _I . MAILED 52 WEEKS- $40.00 ............................... TELEPHONE: ( ) --  VISA  CHECK ! MONEY ORDER [ CASH t--I \\;;'  LI"  ii MASTEROARD [ Cmmn CARD Huutn: -- -- -- EXPIRATION DATE: / - SIGNATURE:  For information, caJ! (760) 765-2231  : 2 The Julian News Art Gallery I Leathers, Apparel, Gifts ]B[E]' &Jewelry 2000 Main St. 760-765-2966 on corner of Main & C St. www.julianhogheaven.com Art Gallery Santa Ysabel Art Gallery 30352 Hwy. 78 (at Hwy. 79) P.O. Box 480 Santa Ysabel, CA 92070 765 1676 OPEN Thursday - Monday 11 a.m. - 5 p,m. Featuring the Finest Local Artists Catering More Than Great Pizza Let [ Wynola Pizza Cater Your Next Event * Food Sculptures * Simple to Complex * Sell'or Full Servlee * Reasonable Prleblg (760) 765-1004 Garden & Gifts 765 0480 qhe Blue Heron Garden Shop & Gallertj Friday to Monday 11-4 2116 Third Street Legal Advice • Representing Victims of Serious Accident., • Home Owner Fire Insurance Claims Joseph T. Dibos Attorney At Law 2445 5th Avenue, Suite 420 San Diego, CA 92101 619-235-0307 jdibos @diboslaw.com No Recovery. No Fee -- Order A Catalog Order Dinner www.schwans.com Delivery to Julian Every 2 weeks on Wednesdays Order Direct 858-231-1384 iiili ii iliii  i iiriiiiiiii ii! on your FIRST PURCHASE receive: $5.00 OFF $25 or - $10.00 OFF,.$50 ] Cuon ..ode:W7 WE INVITE YOUR OPINION/ The views expressed by our contributing writers are their own and not necessarily those of The Julian News management. We invite all parties to submit their opinions and comments to The Julian News. All contributed items are subject to editorial approval prior to acceptance for pub/ication. Letters must include your name and contact information. Letters may be marled to: Julian News P.O. Box 639 Julian, CA 92036 email: /etters@ju/iannews.com in person: Julian News Office (in Soundings Complex) 1453 Hollow Glen Road (9am - 3:30pro Mon-Fri) Deadline is Friday Noon for the next weeks issue Dear Editor: This letter is written in support of Prop L and the need to extend the existing bond to cover for the cost of replacing the condemned science building. I will not lie; I am a curious dreamer. I sit here looking at my September 2010 edition of the "California Farmer", www. FarProgress.com and read about the Biofuel mystery found in beauty of zinnias ..... then I think of the beauty of the zinnias in our school garden at the Julian Elementary School. Reds, pinks, whites. Then I look back at the article and read how the scientists at Lawreance Livermor National Laboratory are looking for clues in the xylem cell of the zinnia, which represents about 70% of the cellulose in plants that can be used in fuel processing. They are looking for clues about the cell wall structure of the zinnias. Hey; why can't we do that? Why not look at the cell structures of our local plants and the bio- fuels they can produce? But how would you harvest those plants on these hills if you did indeed discover some process to make bio-fuels out of the local plants? Of course, robots! Robotics! California is an agricultural state. Julian is an agricultural town with a Iistory in the mining and tourism business. Heavy work. Sometimes light. It is smack dab in the middle of 1000s of acres of ranch and forest land. The state's ag and university systems are busy researching ways to convert waste and produce )io- fuels. We have plenty of bio- fuel right where we live. Without research and the people to do it, we and our children will lose out on the opportunities for energy self-sufficiency that the rest of the country has, whether it is discovered a way to convert the bio-fuels from fire hazard to useful energy. We need to allow our children to learn the tools to succeed in the future - It is a necessity. Chemistry with decent labs. Shop class with robotics. Technology. This is a start. I will not lie to you. I love math. I love science. I love to read. I love to dream. I love to create. How about you? How about our children? Remember the golden rule? We have a lot of talent at the high school, both faculty and students. Let's give them the best shot we can give to them! They cannot start without a place to do it. Vote for Prop L. This is a start! Sincerely, Connie Newgard Julian 92036 The family that dines together, research suggests, is more likely to do just fine together. For ideas on some easy meal solutions that the whole family will enjoy, visit www. noodles, com. / / / / / / / / / r Mall Subscription To: Julian News RO.Box 639 Julian, CA 92036-0639 email: juliannews,com Dear Richard Loomis and Friends, This letter is about Proposition L and in response to Richard's comments from last week. First, I'd like to thank Richard for voicing his concerns as this is an important part of the process. Unfortunately, some of his comments are incorrect. For example: (1) Although the matching State funds are not guaranteed, the school board can delay issuing the bond until State funds are ready. So we are not obligated to pay anything unless we get the State funds. (2) If property values increase it will lower the bond cost, not increase it. This because we pay the bond off faster and save on the interest expense. (3) Attachment 1 to bond resolution clearly states the top priodty is tb "Reconstruct, rebuild and modernize the District's science/ classroom building." .Please read it in full at www.juhsd.org. Only after the building is paid for, would other high school projects be considered. (4) This bond addresses past mistakes with a citizens' oversight committee. We also have a high level of community awareness as our watchdog. Further, the school can select the best contractor and is not forced t0take the low bidder. (5) This is absolutely the right time to rebuild as interest rates and construction costs are both extremely low. And further delay robs our children of the best education. Finally, what Richard fails to suggest is an alternative. This is not just about money. It's about our children and our community. Regardless of who was at fault, we are left with a condemned building. How do we fix it without passing Prop 1_.9 When do we stop punishing Fudge (across from Julian Pie Company) September 29, 2010 Business Services I I (760) 765 2620 fax (760) 765 COPIES $ COLI_ FED EX • UPS m, C ON FIDE N T'LEB PMES ]mlK / PICKUP} S & TAX FORMS LI]kJICROB & RUBBER STAMPS The Julian l BOOK HOUSE 1 Prveyors of  I superb reading material  I Selling Home Selling Rare and Made Fudge Good Used Books Diana & Don Garrett - Owners Fri. & Sat. 11-5 2230 Main Street Sunday 12-5 P.O. oxOo3 Julian, CA 92036 From Borrego Springs Fudge Factory 760-765-1989 COFFEE HOUSE .pull up a chair inaide or out and enjo_g... Coffee. Tea s Smoothie • Mocha Cappuccino • Italian oda" Volcan Freeze ... don't forget the food[ 1921Main 00Lcalli a anorder]600 ALL YOU CAN EAT SPAGHETTI with Garlic Bread 8 Salad ,:,0 un,,, ,.. 0.. 10% OFF Pizza 8 Calzones today's children for the past incompetence of others? Yes, "we got robbed!" Now what are we going to do about it? I say we pass Prop L, fix our high school and show the pride we all have for our children and our c community. 1,84  T_t 8 $°o O° Dennis Cantor Chairperson, o "Citizens for Prop L" * flBfl0aY" PRSfl [acos s&gs 2018 Main Street • 760 765 4600 For information about the risks of underage drinking and tips to help protect young people from alcohol-related injury, visit www. DontServeTeens.gov -- a website maintained by the FTC, the nation's consumer protection agency. Through the Obama adminstration's Recovery Act, the Small Business Administration has provided small businesses with increased access to capital so they can grow and create jobs. Learn more at www.sba.gov. ISSN 1937'8416 Michael Hart and Michele Harvey ..... Owners/Publishers Don Ray ........ ..... i;; .. Consultant Fur GntrJUtrs Michele Harvey Ve umpkinS ; Jon Coupal Scott Baker .... Greg Courson David Lewis Eric Stamets Kiki Skagen Harris Marisa McFedries Jean Anderson Laurel Granquist Albert Simonson Ed Huffman J. Grant Lance Arenson Syndicated Content North American Precis Syndicate, Inc. King Features Syndicate E/The Environmental Magazine The Julian News is published on Wednesdays. All publications are copyright protected. ©2009 All rights reserved. The Julian News is a legally adjudicated newspaper of General Circulation in the State of California, Case No. 577843 Contacting The llian New Contacting The Julian News 1453 Hollow Glen Road (Soundings Complex) In Person office hours: 9am - 3:30pm Monday thru Friday By Mail The Julian News PC Box 639 Julian, CA 92036 Phone/Fax 760 765 2231 fax 760 765 1838 email submissions@juliannews.com Information may be placed in our drop box located on the After Hours , East Side of the Soundings Offices. The phone will accept succinct messages 24 hours a day. /t' Member , Member  California Newspaper National Newspaper Publishers Association Association _I . MAILED 52 WEEKS- $40.00 ............................... TELEPHONE: ( ) --  VISA  CHECK ! MONEY ORDER [ CASH t--I \\;;'  LI"  ii MASTEROARD [ Cmmn CARD Huutn: -- -- -- EXPIRATION DATE: / - SIGNATURE:  For information, caJ! (760) 765-2231  : 2 The Julian News Art Galle/y Art Gallery l Santa Ysabel 1303s2 Hw; 7×(a Hwy. 79)I Leathers, nO#,..A ....... 2000 Main St 7a0-7ss-2gs6  on corner of "" iam & ¢ S wjulianhogheavencom Catering Mor Than Gret Pizza Let Wynola Pizza Cater Your Next Event * Simple to Complex * Self or Full Service * Reasonable Prlelng (76o) 765-1004 Garden & Gifts Blue Heron I  [L yay toMr.day 2116 ffh#dStreet Legal Advfoe • Representing Victims of Serious Accidents • Home Owner Fire Insurance Claims Joseph T. Dibos Attorney At Law 619-235-0307 jdibos@diboslaw corn 2445 5th Avenue, Suite 420 San Dieyo, CA 92101 -- No Recovery • No Fee -- Order A Catalog I Order Dinner ,,, . fm uc, : I l  .... h ........ " $I0"00 OFF" I / Delivery to Julian 1 Every 2 weeks / on Wednesdays Order Direct 858-231-1384 WE INVITE YOUR OpINIONI The views expressed by our contributing writers are their own and not necessargy those of The Julian News management. We invite all parties to submit their opinions and comments to The Julian News. All contributed items are subject to editodat approval prior to acceptance for pubficatfon. Letters must include your name and contact infofmatton. Letters may be mailed to: Julian News ematg letters@juliannews.com Julian,PO' BUXcA63992036 in person: Juhan News Office (in Soundings Complex) [ 1453 Hc4teW Gten Road 9am - 3:3Opm Mon-Fd) Deadline Is Friday Noon for the t weeks issue Mall 8ubtcrtstion TO: Julian NeMI p.O.BOX  Julleq CA 92036-019 ' tree *mmq NAME: o  z TIELJEPHONE: I. ) PAYMENT MIETItOO { CHECK FI M GE'y ORDER [] CASH [] UmmROmD [] ¢.. c.ma t,w: .... - ...... - /" Dear Editor: This letter is written in support of Prop L and the need to extend the existing bond to cover for the cost of replacing the condemned science building. I will not lie; am a curious dreame I sit here looking at my September 2010 edition of the "Catinia Farme", www. FarProgress.com and read about the Oiofuel mystery found in beauty of zinnias.....then I think ema: le?@jultennew&com Dear Richard Loomis and Friends, This letter is about proposition comments from last week L and in response to Richard's I First, I'd like to thank Richard for voicing his concerns as this is an important part of the : process Unfortunately, some ' ef his comments are incorrect. For example: (1) Although the , matching State funds are not I guaranteed, the school board of the beauty of the zinnias in can delay issuing the bond until our school garden at the Julian i State funds are ready So we Elementary School. Reds, are not obligated to pay anything pinks, whites. Then I look back unless we get the State funds. at the article and read how the i {2) If property values increase scieotste at Lawreance Lir*'r g wi ower the bond cost, not National Laboratory are looking I increase it This because we for clues in the xylem cell of the ! pay the bend off faster and save zinnia which represents about on the interest expense (3) 70% of tbe cellulose in plants that ' Attachment 1 to bond resolution can be used in fuel processing, clearly states the top priodty the cell wall structure of the modernize the District's science/ They are looking for clues about is t5 "Reconstruct, rebuild and zinnias, classroom building? Please Hey; why can't we do that? read t in full at wwwjuhed.org. Why not look at the cell structures Only after the building is paid for, of our local plants and the bio- would other high school projects fuels they can produce? But how i be considered (4) This bond would you harvest those plants I addresses past mistakes with a on these dills if you did indeed citizens' oversight committee. discover some process to make I We also have a high level of bio-fuets out ofthetocal plants? community awareness as our Of course, robots! Robotics! watchdog. Further, the school Catgornts is an agricultural ¢n seteot the bet c£tratr state, Julianisanagpoutiuraltown and is not forced tO tae the Jew wth a history in the mining and tourism business. Heavy work. Sometimes light. It is smack dab in the middle of 1000s of acres of ranch and forest land. Te state's ag and university systems are busy researching ways to convert waste and produce io- fuels. We have plenty of hie- fuel right where we live. Without research and the people to de it, we and our children wi lose out on the opportunities for energy self-sufficiency that the rest of the country has, whether it is discovered a way to convert the hie-fuels from fire hazard to ' useful energy. We need to allow our children to learn the tools to succeed in the future - it is a necessity. Chemistrywithdecent I labs. Shop class with robotics. Technology. This is a start. I will not lie to you. I love math. I love science, r love to read I love to dream. I love to create. [ i How about you? How about our children? Remember the golden rule? We have a lot of talent at the high school, both faculty and students. Let's give them the best shut we can give to them! n I They can ot start without a place i bidder, (5) This is absolutely the right time to rebuild as interest rates and construction costs are both extremely low And further delay robs our children of the best education. Finally, what Richard fails to suggest is an alternative This is not iust about money. It's about our children and our community. Regardless of who was at fault, we are felt withacondemned building. How do we fix it without passing Prop L? When do we step punishing today's children for the past incompetence of others? Yes, "we got robbed!" Now what are we going to do about it? I say we pass Prop L, fix our high schooJ and show the pride we all have for uur children and our community, Dennis Cantor Chairperson, "Citizens for Prep L" For information about the risks of uederage drinkitg and ep to help protect ymmg people [tom alcohol related injur) vlsit w DomServeTeens gov a website to do it. Vote for Prop L. This is maintained by the FTC, the ha#an a stert consumerp,otectlon agen Sincerely, : * * * Connie Newgard mugh the Obam. a,bnlmtratlon Julian [ Recovery Act. the S.,aO B::ine.s Admlnstrorion ba pmldd small hu.eses with increased access to The family that dines togethec capital so th ean ro, and create msean.h sugges, s mom likdy to jobs Leara more at ww sba go do just fine toethe For idoa ¸ on ... some easy meal so/udo.s that the whole (am' wll enjoy. ,¢ ww ,oodlescum r'Bbages and Kings I Julian Apple Souvenirs- I 12_0_0_0 Main treetl Fudge (cmss from Julian Pe Compatly) I Fri.& Sat. 11- I Sunday 12-5 rum Bori Fudge Ftor3 ) September 29, 2010 Business Services (760) 765 2620 , The Julian OOK HOUSE,,,r Pueyos of superb reading material Selling Rare and Good Used Books Diana & Don Gartt Owners 2230 Main Street po Box 213 Julian, CA g2030760.76S_ 1989 COFFEE HOUSE .pfli up a chair incide or out and enjoj Coffee "Tea" Smoothie • Mocha Cappuccino • Italian Soa • Vulcan Freeze /'" don't {orget the food[ ALL YOU CAN EAT SPAGHETTI S:3O until Game Out with Garlic Bread  Salad ......... ISSN 1937-8416 Michael Hart and Michele Harvey..... Owners/Pubfishers Circulation/Office Mgr/Classifieds Michael Hart .......................... : ...: Advertising/Production Michete Harvey .......................................................... Editor Don Ray .......... : ................... ...................... Consu#ant Feat url Contrlbutor Michele Hamey Vee Lumpkins Jon Coupal Scott Baker Gre Courson David Lewis Edc Stamets Klki Skagen Hams Marisa McFednes Jean Anderson Laurel Granquist Albert Simonson Ed Huffman J. Grant Lance Arenson Syndicated Content North American Precis Syndicate, Inc. King Features Syndicate E/The Environmental Magazine The lullan News is published on Wednesdays All publications are copyright protected @2009 Arl rights reserved fhe lullan News is a legally ad udicated newspaper of General Circu at on n the State o Cali om a Case No 577843 .dt talln.w  I P 1453 Holrow Glen Road (Soundings Complex) n erson office hours: 9am - 3:30pm Monday thru Friday Phone/Fax 7607652231 fax 7607651838 Bm 'The telt BS pDBox 63 Julian, CA 92036 ..... I su bmissions@juliannews.com i Information may be plaoed in our drop box located on the After Huurs East Side of the Soundings Offices The phone will accept succinct messages 24 hours a day. ,