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Private rooms from $3,550.00 973 Arnold Way, Alpine, Ca. 91901 Phone 619-445-5291 Fax 619-445-5844 Visit us at State license number 374-600-694 i] iiii i 6-Bed tug Service Hospice & Dementia Case by Case $~nlol, ~lre #374601019 SUNCREST LODGE 34540 Engineers Road and Highway 79 No Appointments Just Come In ! Now Available Certified Animal Adjusting . ~1"~ I) Only $30.00 1455 Hollow OFFICE i Tues & Thur Ezza Rose Returns Home Julian's own Eireann Hutchinson, popularly known as Ezza Rose, will be performing Friday night Nov. 12 at Wynola Pizza 6:00 to 9:00 P.M. This is a show you will not want to miss. Eireann's music is described as acoustic, melodic folk by those who have had opportunity to hear her perform. Here are some of the things the press in Portland have to say about her music: "Ezza Rose is a young, rising star in the local folk arena. Her beautiful voice and stunning sense of melody and harmony has quickly gained her a loyal following.." - The Woods "she has already carved out for herself a distinct voice among the ranks of Portland songstresses." - This Heart Will Burn Right Out Eireann will be show casing her music with 2 of her talented band members: Kyle Butz on Accordion and Banjo; Stephen Connolly on Euphonium. Eireann plays Ukulele and Guitar. She usually has a 6 piece band featuring: violin, cello, drums, accordion, upright bass, guitar and ukulele. Eireann says that it's a bit hard to get 6 people and that many instruments "on the road" at once. Besides Wynola Pizza Ezza Rose's tour includes shows in LA and San Diego. After growing up in Julian, Eireann pursued two years of formal voice training at The LEGAL NOTICES American Musical & Dramatic Academy in Hollywood, CA. Once completing the program she moved back to Julian and worked at the Julian Coffee House to save enough money to head out of town. In the summer of 2008 she packed up and drove to Portland, Oregon to launch into her career as a musician. Once there she started writing songs apd mastering the guitar, ukulele and banjo. Open mike's throughout the city were her primary venues at first but it did not take long for the local music scene to recognize her beautiful voice and songs as something special. She was rapidly able to produce her first CD "Through the Music Box" and to move on to the larger more well know venues of Portland. Ezza Rose is currently recording new works which will be available as a new record in the spring. If you would like to preview her music to get a snippet of the upcoming fun filled evening go to www.myspace. com/ezzarose United We Stand continued from page 5 to be on the Homecoming Court and blessed by the other students whom were also on the court. Many of us girls got dressed together and there was never any trace of competition. Instead we reassured and encouraged each other and truly had a wonderful time. Often we forget what day to day life is like at other schools. Most have security guards and an immense amount of illegal activities that we can't even fathom. It's a given and a blessing that we have a low theft rate, a high respect rate, and a small student body. Unlike other schools, we aren't limited to one group or clique, but rather we get to know everyone at some point or another. We learn to be open-minded and cherish each other's assets. Kids still hold the door open for fellow students or teachers, say hello in passing, and exercise common courtesy. We also have the good fortune to have a diverse student body with conversations ranging from the fact that this weekend was the opening of deer season to when the next date for the SAT is. We live in a safe environment where the pressures are as low as they can possibly get in high school, and kids still consider classic pranks and fire drills to be "good fun". Now, I am in no way saying that any of us are saints, because that would simply be wrong. We are young adults, teenagers, Spot As a reminder, this Sunday November 7th The Sons of the American Legion are hosting a breakfast benefiting Julian CERT. Our Community Emergency Response Team is a group of local citizens that are presently 250 strong. They are trained as first responders in emergencies that are all too common in the backcountry. Proceeds from this event will stay right here in Julian and will go a long way in purchasing everything from medical supplies to radios. When you consider you can spend $7.00 for a great, fresh cooked,, all you can eat breakfast with family, friends and neighbors, and all the money raised will benefit a group that will be there when you need someone the most, you get the best of a win-win situation. Doors open early, 7 AM and breakfast goes to 11:30. Breakfast should be busy on Sunday, but advanced tickets are available by calling 760 310-0206 or 760 310-0976. Call these numbers or go to for more info on CERT or how you can join or help this important organization. Purchasing tickets early, also gives SAL a good idea of how many to expect. This writer incorrectly reported that Julian CERT was the only "active program in California", but Teen CERT which has 65 members is. Last weeks breakfast, benefiting the Julian pre-school was a success as over 200 breakfasts were sold. That's a nice contribution the Sons were able to make. Director Patty expressed her gratitude for the injection of cash into the program. While the Sons are hoping for a huge turnout on Sunday, it's not too early for a mention of the largest breakfast of the year that occurs in February, that benefits the Wounded Warriors. It's heartwarming to see how Julian turns out to support these young men and women who put it all on the line. More on this and the Junior Class breakfast later. high school students, athletes, actors, honor role students, followers, leaders, rebels, and good Samaritans. We are well- rounded kids working hard to gain academic knowledge, common sense, social skills, and street smarts. These are all essential because, as the Eagles that came before us, we too have to fly from the nest. Currently a large and ever growing portion of our students are in AP and Honors classes. Almost all students are in college preparatory classes. The seniors are busy applying to a wide range of outstanding colleges, and are making their plans for after graduation. Recently at our annual Red Ribbon Week Pep Rally, I looked at the stands of our small gym. Our tiny gym, a source of pride, comfortably fits our entire student body and faculty with much room to spare. As we were all joined in this central location, I simply could not find a face that I didn't have something positive to say about. Julian High School is an environment that lets everyone's assets shine and shine brightly. So don't worry, don't fret, and don't assume; the eagles are still flourishing. "Neath the maroon and white victorious, our love shall never fail, there's no other name so glorious as Julian High, All Hail" (JHS Alma Mater)! This generation is carrying on the tradition, pride, respect, and assets of those that have gone before us. We roll the dice, and ask you to have some faith. I would like to thank all of our community supporters for their interest and confidence in us. One for all, all for one - that is truly the Eagle Pride. November 3, 2010 Merchants Association Coloring Contest Winners Announced The Julian Merchant's Association sponsored a coloring contest and the contestants turned in their entries to the Julian Branch Library where they are on display in the children's area until November 13. Fifty children participated in the coloring contest. The following persons were chosen as the winners in their respective age group for creativity, neatness and interpretation of drawing. Age 6 and under: Hayley Lucas (center drawing); age 7-9 Kayla Linthicum (bottom drawing) and age 10-12 Andrew Retz (top drawing). AIII persons entering the contest received a prize for their participation. The winners will receive an additional prize. The library would also note that it received a package in the mail from the Valley Center Elementry School third through fifth grade Special Education class of eight drawings from students participating in the contest. We were excited that people from out of the area participated in the program and they will be sent prizes for their entries ...... The Library along with approximately 10 other merchants are now participating in the mystery of the Golden Apple. Children that visit one of the locations with a sign in the window indicating their participation and find the golden apple and choose a prize. CPUC Revises Small Business Billing And Deposit Rules October 28, 2010- The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) revised its electric and natural gas billing and deposit rules for the state's small businesses. In the decision it revises utility back-billing tariffs so that utilities may only back-bill small businesses for up to three months rather than the current rule of three years. Revises utility deposit rules. Currently, small businesses are required to pay upfront twice the maximum monthly bill as a deposit. Today's decision revises the rule to only require small business utility customers to pay twice the average bill. Creates a warning system so that a small business will not be caught unaware when they are asked to provide a deposit. Utilities are now required to provide small business customers ample notification prior to asking for a deposit. "It is important that the CPUC address this issue because many small businesses have called us asking for help after receiving large back-bills," said CPUC Commissioner John A. Bohn. "Small businesses are much like residential customers; they do not have the resources available to larger corporations nor the flexibility in accessing funds that bigger businesses have. This is a crucial time for policy makers to ensure that our small businesses stay afloat, and I am happy that the CPUC can do its part in revising the utility back-billing and deposit rules to ensure that small business customers are on an equal footing with residential customers." The proposal voted in is available at: pdf/AGEN DA_DECISION/125617. pdf For more information on the CPUC, please visit www.cpuc. JULIAN COMMUNITY PLANNING GROUP P. 0. BOX 249 JULIAN, CALIFORNIA 92036 REGULAR MEETING MONDAY, November 8, 2010 7 P.M. JULIAN TOWN HALL TENTATIVE AGENDA 1. ROLL CALL OF MEMBERS 2. REVIEW & APPROVAL OF CURRENT AGENDA 3. REVIEW &APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF October 11, 2010 MEETING 4. INTRODUCTION OF COUNTY STAFF 5. OPPORTUNITY FOR PUBLIC COMMENT (Non-agenda Items) 6. OLD BUSINESS A) SDG&E proposal to discontinue power in back country in high wind/high temperature/low humidity conditions. 7. NEW BUSINESS A) Continued - Hearing to consider additions to five year PLDO Project list 8. STANDING AND AD HOC COMMITTEE REPORTS A) General Plan Update Board of Supervisors hearing continued to November 10, 2010 B) Land Use C) San Dieguito River Valley Park Citizens Advisory Committee - Jack Shelver 9. COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE AND CHAIRMAN'S REPORT 10. ITEMS REQUIRING ACTION BEFORE NEXT MEETING (Not Covered Above) 11. SUBMISSION OF PLANNING GROUP EXPENSES FOR REIMBURSEMENT 12. ADJOURNMENT ALL ITEMS ON THE AGENDA ARE FOR DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE DECmlON 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 REGUMR PLANNING GROUP MEETING The Julian Community Planning Group (JCPG) is a voluntary organization representing the community. The function for the JCPG is advisory to the County Planning Department, Planning Commission, and the Board of Supervisors with regard to land use matters. Members: Jack Shelver, Chair Woody Barnes, Vice Chair Vicky Ved0va-Bryan, Secretary Betty Birdsell, Jean James, Katherine M0retti, Kenny Mushet, 80b Redding, Rudy Rikansrud, Peggy Steadham, Bob Verdugo LEGAL: 05454 Publish: November 3, 2010