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Please Re,sere!: b!Spo!!::Nowl 10/25/03 at Wamer Springs Ranch. :': :5!:ii :: Check-in begins at 11:00 a. m. Name:  !. i: ' ..... ;';i Na'v: Name: Cry ZD-i ': :ty; ,Zp C','' Zp '{<':ei  Zp Email " . " ' ':' EmaiJ  Email,:'g '" i::) Email ttandicap: or Avg, Scote: Handic, atS: :or Avg. Score: Itandicap: o g'yg.,Scor:.. 'z" Itandicap: or Avg. Score r .' : t : .... Make checks payable to: Julian High School Athletics. Mail entries to: Athletic Director, Julian High School, P. O. Box417, Julian, CA 92036 The Juh'an Music & Performing Arts Circle A program of The Julian Womens Club J JOIN US FOR OUR "FIRST FRIDAYS' WORKSHOP r- ,u,r :ttttar_ rite  oJ.o us on e[".Im Friday, Nov. 7, from 7-9pm, for a fun filled guitar workshop ./ ;. Held at the Julian Womens Club's Clubhouse at 2607 'C' Street. *All ages from 8 years and up, are welcome! Workshops are $10 per person, per program. Each paying adult can bring one child under 12 years of age, for free. For info or to teach a workshop, call Don Rowe at (760) 765=2463, or visit wwwJullanMusic.com THAT'S A BIG ICE CUBE! JULIAN RESIDENTS VISIT ALASKA Gary Sauter, Marta Kendall, Sharron Cooney, and Richard Rose sailing through Alaska's spectacular Glacier Bay in September. They are holding the September 3, 2003, issue of The Julian News. SUPERVISORS WITHHOLD ACTION ON 40 TO 80 ACRE PLAH CHAHGE ! ! 8 Julian Residents Sign Letter of Nonsupport for JCPG Con't from Page i has been "pipelined'; meaning the current plan which shows two, four or eight acre parcels or Forest Conservation Initiative land (40 acre parcels) will apply rather than any future plan change. According to the JCPG's draft minutes for September 8th, Helsel reported that no position was taken by the Plannirg Commission on the Hoskings Ranch referral sin(e there was a split vote not providing the required five votes for an action. On Referral 163a for Dallas Green, staff reported that Green had requested Semi- Rural, one dwelling unit per eight acres, when Green had actually asked for one unit per 40 acres, or the same as current zoning on his 621 acres. In reaction to the recommendation of the current JCPG to change most of the planning area from 40 acres per dwelling to 80 acres, the letter appearing on page 9 signed by 118 Julian area residents and community leaders was presented to the Board of Supervisors at ;heir continued hearing on Octoberlst. At the continued hearing, back county residents again appeared to voice their opinions about the staff report and the results of private property referrals. Monte Green appeared to contest the staff recommendation to change the plan for 150 acres he and his wife, Bobbi, own in Shelter Valley. That property is outside the Julian Community Planning Area, on $2. Green indicated that the present plan would allow parcels as small as four acres, but the staff is recommending 40 acre density. Green pointed out that this property is directly across the road from parcels that are one, two and four acres in size. Juli Zerbe then presented to the Supervisors a letter voicing the belief that the current Julian Community Planning Group (JCPG) does not represent the Julian community. It also urged the Supervisors to not support that group's recommendation to change all of the 16,400 acres of land previously shown as 40 acres per dwelling to 80 acres. Bob Stuart also spoke in support of the letter and urged the Board members to not be intimidated by Save Our Forest and Ranchland's (SOFAR's) proposed Rural Lands Initiative that would impose 80 and 160 acre sized parcels on this same area. Near the end of the hearing, general .., .-, PLEASE TURN TO PAGE 9 FOR FULL REPRODUCTION OF LETTER. comments were offered by several speakers, including Eric Larson of the San Diego County Farm Bureau, who indicated support for traffic modeling based on the 2002 and 2003 Working Copy Plan Maps as well as on the current plan map. He also indicated that the Supervisors would have heard many more property owners complaining about downzones if they had not earlier indicated their support for an equity mechanism that would compensate property owners for loss of value for such reductions in use. At the conclusion of the hearing Supervisor Dianne Jacob, who represents the Julian area, made a motion regarding referrals in her district which was seconded and modified by Supervisor Bill Horn, who added directions concerning referrals in his north county district, with Jacob's consent. The lengthy and complex motion included direction to approve most of the planning group recommendations, with certain exceptions. Jacob moved that nine property owners' recommendations be approved, including the one for the 1,570 acre Hoskings Ranch, where the owner has asked for 40 acre density for land shown on the current plan for two, four or eight acre parcels and partly in the Forest Conservation Initiative (FCI) area. The other property owner recommendation approved in Julian was Green's 621 acre ranch, where he had asked to be left with 40 acre parcels, as is required by the FCI. Jacob's motion also directed that no action is to 'be taken on twelve referrals, pending the outcome of groundwater studies. Among those not being acted upon were the JCPG's recommended change from 40 to 80 acre density for 16,400 acres, the Collins request for 40 acre density on 550 acres the Houle request for four acre density on 80 acres. Green's request in Shelter Valley was also included in this category. Jacob emphasized that these do not rerrresnt final actions, and that before final decisions are made, staff is to present a complete package of recommendations, including equity mechanisms for downzoned property losses The Supervisors approved the Jacob- Horn motion unanimously. The Julian News will present information on previously conducted and possible future roundwater studies in a future issue REACII TIIE 8000 READERS IN SAN DtEOO'S 8ACI(COUNTRY! CALL TIIE JULIAN NEWS AT 765-2231. WE HAVE 8UDSET ADVEITISlNe RATES AND WE'RE THE ONL..__Y WEEKLY NEWSPAPER COVERING THE AREA EAST OF RAMONA! This meeting is mandatory for all parents who want to know more about their student's athletic program. ALL PARENT MEETING FOR PARENTS OF STUDENT ATHLETES Monday, OCTOBER 13, 2002 All-Purpose Room Julian High School AGENDA 6:30 - 7:30 pm Pizza & Soda 7:30 pm .. /\\; je Presentation: Mr. Roger Blake, Asst.  r,,/,6C Director, State CIF "A Guide to a Successful Sport Parent Experience" Learn about CIF Rules, parent involvement, & College Eligibility and Recruitment This is a unique opportunity for Julian High School parents to learn about CIF from the experts. SPONSORED BY THE JULIAN EAGLE BOOSTER CLUB