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8 The Julian News October 13, 2010 COLiNTRY REAUI'Y the ceilings. $319,000. Country Chamer close to town on 4.9 3 bedroom 2 bath, 1600 sq. ft. historic look lovely wooded lot call Bonnie at 619-992-3868 4470 Highway 78 at Wynola Farms Marketplace : i! Fabulous views from is large usable mrcel. Approved for $ ISK resideme, gan build IZi hoes legally. Priveway and pad roughed i. Seasonal creek with area suitable for pond. Part ot: land was previously terraced for orchard. Tom of Oak Firewood to be harvested. good for horses. *$19,000 .. I Z* Acres - Very Private Pine Hills Lad. Views to the goast and tuyamasas. Near the end of Quiet Oaks Trail. Horses OIL SELL WILL 17J, Pl; - PLUS gASH - FOi A JULIAN SlPl;HgE -Z89,000 $.11 Acres -- Very Private with Well, Pug Nml, Storage luildi,g. $19 9, 9 9 9 L9 Acres -- Fabulous J60" View ProperTy. Septic Approved for Bed F, oom F, esideme. All Utilities at ProperTy. Water Meter Italled. Lots of Usable Lad for Horses, Oardem. $199,000 Z5 Acres  All mdergromd utilities, gec layout approved for  I residmce. Lots of Oaks. Asphalf Paved oad - $| 0,000 5 Acres -- Approved Plans for  Bed Y, oo, Z,Bath, Z#00 S.F. zideme, 0omTy approved OradiNg Pla, Approved  ed oo Septic layout, Water Meter, eady To Build $Z|9,000 ,) Vroperffen are "Off the 'id" (No $##EI. There is telephone der#rod 1"o each parcel. $o=e have wafer etem, oe need wells. All originally approved for $ ed oo rceidence. dtable for amfaared hemen. I Acre  0,orgeous, Sloping, uildable Parcel leduced To Sell .$0,000 Z.6 Acres  Fabulous View, eller Will Provide genie Layout with acceptable offer ................................... $| ,000 /..9 Acres  Large Parcel with Water Meter ........... 9 $,000 Z5 Acres -- Fabulous views fro the 0oronados to a, Olemenfe. orders State Park. Approved Septic Layout for  Bed Room residmce. Priveway and Pad roughed in ......... ...$95,000 You enn Fix: Our Nigh 00ehool00 Vote Yes on Prop L The election is November 2. Mail-in ballots arrive October 4! So please get the word out now! ii The science building at Julian Union High School is condemned. Our children do !i not have proper science labs. Prop L will create new science labs and classrooms, iii iii No Tax Increase! Prop L extends the current high school bond. We continue to pay the same amount we pay now - no more than $30 per $100,000 of property value. Again, Prop L will not increase what you pay now for your taxes - however, in 2020, it will extend the payback period. ,- Double Your Money! Prop L is $2,100,000. The State will add $1,870,000. So we nearly double our money! increase Your Property Value! Good schools can dramatically increase property values. And new science labs can help make our high school great! Best Contractor! The School Board has the option to choose the best ::: construction company - we are not stuck with the lowest bidder as in the past. ,- Local Oversight! The Bond requires an independent citizen's committee to oversee construction and make certain we get what we paid for. ii!il ,-Historic Pride! The new building will bring back its original entrance and appearance. While the inside boasts state-of-the-art science labs, high-tech learning centers and much more! The 9,200 square foot building should be finished in about 16 months. KN()W _ _ UNDERSTANDING YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS & FI NANCIAL WELL-BEING All Funds Stay in Julian! Any funds not spent on the new building can only be used for other high school improvements. So your money will stay in our community! -, Register to Vote! Registered voters in the Julian Union High School district are eligible to vote. The Julian Post Office has Voter Registration forms. Together, we built a wonderful new library. Together, we created an exciting new community park. Now, we can work together to give generations of Julian children !' brand new science labs and modern technology that will help them achieve a bright and successful future! For more information, please contact: Dennis Cantor Chairperson of "Citizens For Prop L" Telephone: 760-765-2004 -- Fax: 760-765-2008 -- Email: See the architectural plans and get more information at: v i Eagles Football continued from page 1 house. The Eagles score. Josh Ernst toes it through the goal posts and now it's SDJA 15 and my Eagles 7. Ernst's kick goes through the endzone, hey Nate Kaeding, why can't you do that? And the Lions start out on their own 20. Lots of flags on this series and the Lions lose a bunch of yards and have Commercial Building For Sale or Lease 2216 Main St., Julian $599,000. 1500 Sq. Ft. - Onsite Parking Call for Details 760-765-1580 or 760-271-7670 or 505-783-4152 Johnny Hake is end zone bound with a fumble recovery photo by Lance Arenson the outcome of a high school football game? We'll never know, because the zebras ran off to their dressing room and this reporter never saw them again. I had a few questions for 'em. With 2:30 out of the third quarter, your Eagles came together as a team, took names and kicked tail. The boys already have their ears pinned back for next week's opponent at Ocean View (formerly Midway Baptist) in Chula Vista. They then return to town on Friday night, October 22 for Homecoming Night. A big thanks to Marc Boland for getting the lights donated. Next Games Friday 10/15 7:00PM @Ocean View H. S. (Midway Baptist) Friday 10/22 7:00PM HOMECOMING vs Borrego Springs h School Inside of a ring or out, ain't nothing wrong with going down. It's staying down that's wrong. - MuhammadAli to punt away. A short punt at that. Josh Savage spins, twists and runs the ball ten yards to the Lions 25. A false start on the Eagles O-line backs the ball up 5 yards, but that only adds to Rodney's stats. On the Eagles first play of the series, Rodney jukes, jives and slides into the Lions end zone. SCORE! Rodney puts the cherry on the sundae with a straight on run into the endzone for a successful two-point conversion. Ladies and Gentlemen, boys and girls, we are now tied at 15 all. And there's six and a half minutes left. The Lions get a fair return on the Eagles' kick and start their penultimate possession on the Eagles 49. They pick up twelve and have a first down at our 37. This is not a good thing. The Lions O-line suddenly loses their collective hearing and gets flagged for two consecutive false starts. The entire Eagles defense pours through the pooped out Lions O-line and buries the Lions QB. The Lions attempt a fake punt but fail. Eagles ball at the Lions 29, 1:58 to go. And now the officials are really out in the ozone and seeing imaginary fouls. And miss the blatant penalties that are happening right before their own eyes. Maybe it was that warm Del Mar sun that was getting' to 'em? Rodney jams for a quick 5 and Jesse's pass to Savage is incomplete. Rodney picks up another 10 and the Lions goal is in sighl. Josh Ernst busts up the middle and scores... Well not really, Holding on the Eagles. Even the highly partisan Lions fans questioned that one. That penalty moved the ball back to the SDJA 43. First and really long. Jesse connected with Rodney for 13 and the Eagles have another first on the Lions 30. Jesse zings one into Tah Beresford at the 10 and it's first down Eagles with 20 seconds left. Tah is down. On his knees!! Tackled. He ain't goin' anywhere. The play has been blown dead. As Tah hands the official the ball, a Lions defender bats it out of his hand and starts running. The line official on the Eagles side of the field, behind the play with no view of the action signals fumble, first down Lions. The officials gathered in conference mode under a "cone of silence" and upheld this ridiculous call. Six seconds left and the Lions QB throws a mighty incompletion to end the game. A good game between two fairly evenly matched teams. Why would these starry eyed Jerry Markbreit/Ed Hochuli wannabe's want to determine Ballot Confusion continued from page 1 for them to cast their ballot? As I am reading this I got a phone call, Deborah Seilier, THE Registrar of Voters for san Diego was on the.line, she wanted to explain the situation of sample ballots and post cards. I was pleased the head of the department was calling to straighten this out. First she explained that there had been a medical emergency for the person who was in charge of setting up the November elections for the back country. They had originally set things up under the assumption that ,Majestic Pines Community Services District would have an election for their board of directors, that would mean that those people (271) would have a special ballot separate from the ones others within that precinct (56730) would vote on. I noted that it was an interesting scenario, but could not explain why people living completely out of the MJCSD and not even in the same effected precinct had received the notification including myself. So this explanation was not sufficient. She then assured me that that was the facts as she knew them and not knowing the specifics of the area could not explain what happened to cause me to get the message printed on my sample ballot or the post card. She did assure me that her staff would follow up with a letter (see copy of letter) to those voters effected explaining that there would be two polling places set up in Julian and that they could then take the ballot they receive in the mail directly to either of them and cast their ballot, they could also go to their regular polling place,(without the ballot) and vote provisionally and their vote would Ue counted. Permanent Mail Voters zipcode Total I Mail 92036 2,1561 497 ! 92070 5631 82 92086 7641 445 92066 1911 82 figures courtesy San Diego County Registrar of Voters STARTING AND MANAGING t JULIAN 1 I o:oo0000 Professionals will discuss how to set up your own business in California, financial planning, obligations, and things to consider when managing your business. For more information please call (760) 765-0370 or visit Presented through the Partner.-hip of SOn Diego Courty Ubcary and  OlpOrtunlttes Ccdlaborattve