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8 The Julian News JEAN ANDERSON Real Estate Broker #01281751 Borrego Vistas Realty (760) 500-7534 Cell (760) 765-2183 Fax Web Site: www.BorregoJean.com Email: Jean@BorregoJean.com Independent Real Estate Broker serving Borrego Springs & Shelter Valley. Contact me for an appointment to view ~ homes or land in these areas. Check my website for Borrego Springs listings. Current Shelter Valley Listings -- Gunslinger Trail; 1 acre lot. Priced to sell at just $27,000. Tanglefoot Trail, 1.44 acre; fenced; on cul-de-sac; VIEWS. $29,500. JUST LISTED 3 Manufactured homes in popular Butterfield Ranch Resort. 2BPUIBA, est. 744 sq. ft., $49,900. 3BR/2BA, est. 1178 sq. ft., furniture negotiable, $59,900. 3BPJ2BA, double wide, est. 1228 sq. ft., $79,900. Each sits on a very nice lot. Park amenities include, pools, spa, playground, convenience store, horse facilities This Home Is A Steal! Just Reduced Amazing Views 2,725 sq ft. 3 large bedroom suites, each with own bath. Built in 2004. Entertainer's kitchen fully equipped with the finest appliances. This home has all the high-tech bells and whistles including a detached hobby room. Listed at $529,000. http : //31911akeview. WillSellQuick.com California Public Watchdog Group Releases Annual Dangerous Toys List by Lori Abbott Californians heading to the shopping malls in the coming weeks wilt want: to know if the toys they're buying are safe. The .California Public Interest Research Group's (CALPIRG) 24th annual "Trouble in Toyland" report may help consumers identify potentially hazardous products. CALPIRG's Mike Russo says dangerous toys are still being sold, but they have also seen some progress in toy safety, thanks to a new law overhauling the Consumer Product Safety Commission. "There's new limits on lead and other toxic chemicals, new pre- market testing and certification process that'll help to weed out a lot of these problems before they actually wind up on store shelves. But with that said, there are certainly still products that are slipping through the cracks." The report focused on three hazards: small parts that may cause choking; loud toys that can cause hearing damage; and toys containing lead or phthalates. Russo says CALPIRG has added an interactive tool this year to help shoppers access their toy safety information using a "smart phone" or computer, even while standing in the store. "(They) can actually look up a toy just on their phone on a special site that's designed for them so they easily look up the different hazards that are out there, get tips and look through our database of potentially unsafe toys." He says consumers can also use the interactive Web site to report a toy they believe might be dangerous, and researchers will investigate. While most toys on store shelves are safe, we continue to find toys that pose a range of safety hazards to small children. As a result, parents and other child-care providers need to remain vigilant in order to prevent $495,000 Here's the Fixer Cabin Everybody Wants. Unique octagonal home on 1.1 acre with southern views of valleys & mountains. Appliances and some December 2, 2009 v$99,000 NOW- -Y49, #7* Acres ~ 0roar horse property wffh well amd 7YO0 gallom water storage tamk. Adjacent to A~za-~orrego State Park~ Electric amd Telephome available .......... ....................... ........................... - $9,000 10 Acres with graded Pad, Surveyed, 10,000 gal. water tamk, graded access road. Spectacular Views. Ideal for vineyard, orchard, great horse property ............... ........................ OFF$~'~ AT .......................... $7.75,000 $.Zl Acres -- Broatbtakimg Pamoramic View Lot. Completely Surveyed. Has proposed ~a~ Piego County Health Popartment septic layout for ~ Bed ~oom rosidemee. Seller will provide eouwly approval with aosoptable offer ........................ ~1.6~,000 $.11 Acres -- Very Private with Well Trailer, Peg KenmeL Storage Buildimg ....... ................................................. ~199,999 6.~t Acres -- Y0ur horses will 10re this fabulous view sffe wffh completed proposed ~t Bed ~oom septic layout. [eoelrtly surveyed.... SZ~0,000 L9 Acres -- Fabulous $60 View Property. Septic Approved for ~ Bed ~oom [esidemee. All Utilities at Property. Water Meter hstalled. Lots of Usable Land for Horses, Oardem ........................................................ ~199,000 1.16 Acres -- Terrific Views, Two legal Parcels, Two Addresses for the Price of 0~el Septic im for one. Two gets of Water 9hares, Electric Pole om Twin Oaks Property. Electric Pole om Plme Tree Lame. Must ~ee to Appreciate. ~YIF9 Twim Oaks ~ ~tFZYZ Pine Tree Lame. Priced to sell. " ~-1~9,000 :6Y Acre -- All usable overlookimg Kemmur ~aneh. Has approved septic layout. Water shares to oomvey. [ally access to Coum'y mail~ained road ................ ~gY,000 .#9 Acre -- Terrific all usable level to gewtle lot with approved septic layout for Z Bed ~oom rosidemoe. Mamufastured home OK. Water shares to oomwy. Survey complete. All utilities available ................................ Price [educed to ~/$,000 toy-related deaths and injuries. Recently, U.S. PIRG (the national orginization) broadened the scope of unsafe toys to include toys labeled as phthalate- free. Our analysis last year shows that even some products labeled phthalate-free contain the dangerous chemical. Toy manufacturers should act swiftly to recall unsafe products and give parents the information they need to allow them to purchase safe toys for their children. U.S. PIRG and our allies have prompted recalls or regulatory action on over 100 toys. The current list includes not just toys, infant and childrens apparell and sleep wear, car seats, strollers and the recently 2127 Main Street (Next to Town Hall) www.JulianRealty.com Dennis Freiden Jane Brown-Darch~ eropem, are "O['f the #,rim~ [No $ff, Sf). r~re is ul, p~one ~,doreround to each ~r.L ~oe~e have water ~eters, ~orae need wells. All origt~ally approved for Y ~d oo~ residences. Suitable for ~anufaetured t~es. I Aure -- 0orgeoos, glop$~ Buildable Parcel ~,edueed To Sell .......... ~[0,000 Z.6~ A~os -- Fabulous View, geller Will Provide Septic Layout with acceptable offer ................................................... ~.1 ~F,000 ~.7~ Acres -- Has Water Meter, Nice View, Large Buildable Lot ...... ~I SY,000 ~.6Y Acres -- Large Pared with Water Meter, House Ram Available ... ~1SY,000~ Z.6l Acres -- Fabulous Slopimg Parcel Covered with Oaks. Septic Layout, Water Meter Paid ............................................... ~.165,000 L77 Acros -- Paved ~oads, Umdergroumd Utilities, Water Meter Paid, Septic Layout for R~ ................................................... ~17Y, O00 4.14 Acres -- Approved Site Ram. ~adimg Ram, Septic Layout for ~ Bed ~oom. Water Meter Paid, Approved House Pla~ ................ ............ ~ 17 $,0 0 0 Z3 Acres -- Approved Ram for $ Bed g00m, ZBath, Z400 S.F. ~sideme, CourtLy approved 0~'adimg Ram, Approved J Bed ~,oom ~eptic layout, Water Meter, ~,eady To Boild ................................................... ~Z 19,000; lLarge I Bed ~oom, Z Bath, 1950 s.f. (Z} Massive ~atural Stome Fireplaces. 0peru beamed oeilimgs, ktmt"ty pime amd wood pamelimg i~urior. Poreelai~ Tile ~- Berber 0arpefimg thru-out. Flagstome patio areas with covered ~ro~t porch. 1 oar garage plus I 0xl# store room wffh slab floor and cinch'idly. Mamy natural sterne plamters with sprinklers amd hose bibs. Totally fumed South facimg 1/Z acre parcel. $9,000 ., furniture included. A super buy.! Deborah Jane Kerch $199,000 Colleen Kaltenthaler ' 5.91 Acres - 3153 Williams Ranch Rd., Wynola,- High yield well, Approved septic layout~ for 4 BR home, Circular driveway, Lovely Views, Secluded location- $299,000 / 5252 Pine Hills Road - 6+ Acres, water meter, 1000 Sq, Ft., Renovated Workshop. - $299,000.) publicized cribs plus other items that are commonly used by and purchase for children. More information is online at www.toysafety.net, also the new interactive smart phone website - http://www.toysafety.mobi - to help parents and other toy- shoppers avoid common hazards and report potential dangers they find on toy store shelves, right from their mobile phones or home computers. rdeas] Greener Gifting (NAPSA)--This gift-giving sea- son is going to be greener than ever with eco-friendly gifts and environmentally aware shipping methods. Here are a few tips to help: Package shipments prop- erly to minimize the weight and cost of shipping. Use the smallest box possible to save resources and money. * Reuse packing materials. Use shredded paper, packing peanuts, Bubble Wrap and used wrapping paper to pack your shipments. The less your package weighs, the fewer resources will be used and you'll save money. Purchase boxes made from recycled materials. Most FedEx envelopes, for example, are made from 100 percent recycled content. All their boxes are recyclab]e. Save a truck stop. While running errands, drop off your express shipments at one of more than 50,000 drop-off locations. Ground packages can be dropped at more than 1,800 FedEx Office locations nationwide. Knowing important deadlines will help ensure cost-effective gift, delivery. As the more cost-effective option, ship with Ground and Home Delivery services before Dec. 17 in time for Christmas. For last-minute gift givers, the final day to ship with FedEx Express is Dec. 23. For more information, visit www.fedex.com. The Spats I/LAST NlGlff ~ ~N~T~~- by Jeff Picketing Homeowners Urged To Warm Up To Solar Water Heating Program San Diego Pilot Rebate Program Ends December 30, Propane Systems Not Eligible For New Statewide Program Homeowners in ruralSan "Solar water heating is a Diego County should act fast to relatively inexpensive way to take advantage of rebates for put the sun's abundant energy installing solar water heating to work" on your home," Stillings through the Solar Water Heating said. "You can displace a lot of Pilot Program. The program ends energy that you currently get on Dec. 31, 2009. from fossil fuels like natural gas The Solar Water Heating Pilot or propane and still have the hot Program provides incentives water you need to take baths, of up to $1,500 to homeowners wash clothes and dishes and and up to $75,000 to business other uses." owners who install qualifying A new statewide California solar systems. The program is Solar Initiative Solar Thermal reaching the end of its more Program starting in April 2010 than two-year test period and will provide $300 million in will be replaced by a similar new incentive funds through statewide program with one 2017. Roughly 60 percent of major difference. Residents with these incentives, however, are propane water heating systems earmarked for the commercial will not be eligible for the new market, with 30 percent allotted program, for multifamily housing and 10 "Rural homeowners use percent for the residential market. propane-powered hot water Applications for Solar Water systems because they're not Heating Pilot Program rebates connected to utility-supplied should be submitted by Friday, natural gas lines," said County Dec. 18, to assure processing. To Supervisor Dianne Jacob. receive funding, applicants must "Solar water heating is one of complete a retrofit installation the great ways of helping the within three months or a new region become more energy construction installation within independent. We have all the six months of reserving the sunshine we need, and it's clean, incentive. green and safe energy." To learn more about energy The Solar Water Heating Pilot efficiency and rebate programs, Program is funded through the call (877)333-7947 or visit California Solar Initiative and www.swh.energycenter.org. The administered by the California California Center for Sustainable Center for Sustainable Energy Energy offers free workshops (CCSE) in San Diego. Solar on solar water heating basics water heating systems cost as well as solar photovoltaic between $6,000 and $7,000, (PV) systems, lighting efficiency according to Irene Stillings, and a wide range of other CCSE executive director. In sustainability topics. To learn addition to the rebates, there are more about the workshops, visit federal tax credits available for www.energycenter.org or call up to 30 percent of system costs. 866-SDENERGY (733-6374).