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2 The Julian News Art Gallery fiictorian Christmas Tea December 4 th thru 23 ra Serving Dait , 11:30, l:15 arul :00 F iner Sandwiches , Savor-ies, Scone, Breads and Assorted Desserts Adults $22y Children(u.dr12) $12. 9 Reservations Needed 76o 765 O832 866 765 0832 To([Free 2124 ird Street one blocF,_off Main Street wuno4uliantea.com [ Art Gallery I Santa Ysabel 130352 Hwy. 78 (at Hwy. 79) I P.O. Box 480 I anta Ysabel, CA 92070 I 76s 1676 I OPEN Thursday - Honday I 11 a.m. - 5 p.ml I Featuring the Finest Local Artists Garden & Gifts 765 0480 % Blue Hewn Garden Shop & Gallery Friday to Monday 11-4 2116 q-hird Street Candy / Fudge Catering #lore Than Great Pizza Let I Wynola Pizza Cater Your Next Event * Food Seulptures * Simple to Complex * Sell'or Full Servlee * Reasonable Prle (760) 765-1004 Motorcycle Apparel HOIG ' Leathers, Apparel, Gifts ][_]' &Jewelry 2000 Main St. 760-765-2966 on corner of Main & C SL www.julianhogheaven.com Marriages on the Mountain Call Dick Thiken, Chaplain 760-765-1578 dickrlt@wildblue.net Country Weddings Designed for you! Call Rev Les Turner 760-443-3930 leszmor@aol.com Vaccinations Available Julian Medical Clinic has Flu shots and Whooping Cough vaccine available now. Please call the Clinic office for an appointment. 760-765-1223 FREE THANKSGIVING DINNER Julian Town Hall Thursday November 25th - l 1AM until 2PM Remember, it's free ... the price has already been paid/ Jesus Loves you/ 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 publication. Letters must include your name and contact information. Letters may be mailed to: Julian News P.O. Box 639 Julian, CA 92036 emai/: /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 November 24, 2010 I GLETS FL S! (N ,, FEMALE BIKER CLOTHING/APPAREL) SURPLUS BAGS/BACKPACKS . Miscellaneous Backpacks Handmade Souvenirs, Cups, Ma ! JULIAN CENTENNIAL BALL CAP .).O_OD_MaJ.n_S.t_. S.uJ t.e_lD5 7_6.0_7_65=1.8.Z_  November 15, 2010 Laurie Berman CALTRANS Director District 11 4050 Taylor San Diego, CA. 92110 Dear Ms. Berman, My name is Conrad Kellenberger, a Julian resident, and I am writing to you concerning the driving hazard of trying to drive on the 78R9 highway from Santa Isabel to Julian during inclement weather during the late Fall, Winter, and early Spring seasons. As you might know there are a number of days/nights that 78/79 is immersed in clouds/deep fog which makes driving very hazardous, especially at night. There are daily commuters in this area that commute every day "down the mountain" And must return home in the dark through the clouds/fog with very poor visibility of the road, striping, and reflectors. My hope is that when CALTRANS resurfaces and restripes 78/79 sometime during the first half of next year that you will use the best available reflective paint; add more post reflectors; and do whatever can be done to improve road visibility for the residents of Julian and Wynola. I might add that highway 79 from the Paso Picacho campground / Lake Cuyamaca area to Julian is also a severe problem trying to navigate through the fog during the winter season. A good example of road improvement which CALTRANS was able to accomplish was on Poway road between Espola road and Highway 67. I expect CALTRANS to provide the same amount of road visibility attention and detail for the residents and visitors of Julian, Wynola, and its surrounding communities. Sincerely Yours, Conrad Kellenberger cc: Diane Jacobs, San Diego County Supervisor-2nd District cc: To the Editor-Julian News Editor; A couple of weeks ago, I called CaI-Trans regarding the side line stripe on Highway 78 from Julian to San Ysabel. It is difficult to see the line on rainy and especially foggy evenings. They were very courteous and called back in a few days to say that the next week there will be new lines painted with reflector or easier to see lines to make it safer for all of us. Thank You, CAL-TRANS. Laurel Granquist Julian How often things occur by the merest chance, which we dared not even hope for -- Terence / / / 92036 / / / r emQil: Living, Dying And Driving On State Highway 78 There have been many revealing and strident comments in the Ioco press (sorry...typo) of late, from people who know too well the extent of State Highway 78 between Julian and Ramona. I have been commuting on it for 20 years, so would like to weigh in with some thoughts roundabout. This should be the final word--which is one way of saying that the many responsive words on these heels will be ignored by me, the have-er of the last word. Foremost, we have lost several friends to 78 over the years. Of those, the most crushing for us was the loss of lan Kinney...a long time, and a short time, ago. He was a dear kid, and our son's hero. We miss him in so many ways. Violent vehicular death occurs on all roads; 78 is one of the worst, as it is only two-lanes and thick with fast traffic. A recent letter to the editor (from an unnamed contributor) mentioned the perils to fire and police personnel, and teachers. These professions, however, have very low death rates on the job. The highest (after loggers), are truck drivers, cab drivers, delivery men, and others who regularly drive the road to feed their families. In short, roads kill. More than bullets, more than fire, and more than whatever teachers might die from. The deadly incidents on 78 can never be forgotten by this small community. Yet, there are other phenomena worthy of note. One is that Caltrans has done a pee-poor job of making 78 safer. There is only one safe, well-marked turnout. There are many places to turn out, but there is not much planned formality to them. About 15 years ago I phoned Caltrans and spoke with the gentleman who was in charge of improvements on 78. When asked why there are not more safe turnouts, he said that new ones "are on the boards", but implementation would be a while yet. Hmmm, 15 years and no sign of it. They sure do stay busy stopping traffic to spread gravel along the road every year. Highway 79 has many inviting, well-marked and lengthy turnouts, and remarkably, much less traffic. So why not on 78, the more deadly, more trafficked one? The rights-of-way must exist, and if not, the price would be cheap...compared to the I-5 and 1-15 corridors. And compared to death. Well, it's on the "boards". And if you like anagrams, roadbs. Perhaps we could pass a bond measure to have Caltrans do what they have already been paid to do, eh? continued on page 13 Books The Julian BOOK HOUSEI Purveyors of l superb reading material 1 Selling Rare and Good Used Books Diana & Don Garrett - Owners 2230 Main Street P.O. Box 2003 Julian, CA 92036 760-765-1989 Fudge "' Ii' r"l (across from Julian Pie Company) Selling Home Made Fudge I Frl. & Sat. 11-5 I Sunday 12-5 I From Borrego Springs Fudge FactoryJ Here Come: ,re ALL YOU CAN EAT SPAGHETTI with Garlic Bread ,O00o OFF Pizza s Calzones S:30 until Game Over ; rnoa00, risn Tacos ,us = 2018 Main Street 760 765 4600 Michael Hart and Michele Harvey ..... Owners/Publishers Don Ray iiii ........  i i iii i:ii!ii ...... +% = == ............ = ........ ..... Consultant iuroa ..... gichele Harvey Ve urnpkin :: Jon Coupal Scott Baker Greg Courso David Lewis Eric Stamets Kiki kage Marisa gcFedries Jean Anderson Laurel Granquist Albert Simonson Ed Huffman J. 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