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8 The Julian News 15.37 Acre Ranch with 3,465 sq. ft. main home, lovely landscaping, caretaker's house, large barn, riding rings, mature fruit trees, and much more! $927,000 PINE HILLS HOME with 4 bedrooms and 2 baths and 2,674 sq. ft. on 2.07 acres. Knotty pine interior, two decks and two car garage. $449,000 212 7 Main Street (Next to Town Hall) www.JulianRealty.com Dennis Freiden Jane Brown-D. arch6 Deborah Jane Kerch Colleen Kaltenthaler ,5.91 Acres - 3153 Williams Ranch Rd., Wynola,- High yield well, Approved septic for 4 BR home, Circular driveway, Lovely Views, Secluded location - $299,000 .5252 Pine Hills Road - 6+ Acres, water meter, plans available - $299,000 Solar Energy Question from a Home Owner, I'm thinking about getting renewable energy for my home but I'm not sure how to go about it? Dear Home Owner, What usually makes the most sense is to ask someone to take a look at your home who knows something about doing an energy audit. Finding a HERS auditor would be best. For example, look at http://www.natresnet.org/ d irectory/raters.aspx There are often many things that are relatively inexpensive that can reduce your energy consumption. After doing all the cheap and easy things, you can take a look at renewables like PV and solar hot water. These are attractive now due to both federal and state supports (tax credits and rebates). SD County is putting in place a municipal financing option for home owners (call Diane Jacob's office) so that you can get cheap money to pay for all this and the bill would go on your tax bill. It is structured so that the reduction in your energy bill will be more than the pay back of the borrowed money is and your overall bill would go down somewhat from day 1. If you decide to leave your home for whatever reason in less than the 20 years it would take to pay back, then the next owner will continued on page 9 www.AJY, I;.com Ple tv of FEEG Parki PAUL IOANIC 0w er- roker les-Assooiates HE YLL STi leKLANP . 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I Acre -- 0urgeous, $lopin~ ~oildable Parcel ~edooed To Sell .......... #50,000 Z.65 Acres -- Fabulous View, ller Will Provide Septic Layout with acceptable offer ................................................... 5,000 Acres -- Has Water Meter, Nice View, Large l uildable Lot ...... 1 5,000 Z.65 Acres -- Large Parcel with Water Meter, House Plans Available ... 1 tS,000j Z.GZ Acres -- Fabulous gloping ParseL Covered with Oaks, Septic Layout, Water MuTer Paid ............................................... 165,000 Z.77 Acres -- Paved Keads, Underground Utilities, Water Meter Paid, geptic Layout for .................................................. 175,000 4.14. Acres -- Approved gite Plan. (wading Plan, epfic Layout for $ Pod oom, Water Meter Paid, Approved House Plans ............................ 175,000 Z.5 Acres -- Approved Plans for oom, Z*l ath, Z400 g.F. Kesideme, Coutdy approved (wading Plan, Approved Fed F, oom geptie layout, Water Meter, Keady o',oild ................................................... 'Z19,005 . 47+ rez -- eat horse properly with well and 7500 gallon water storage tank. Adjacent to A~a-ilorrego State Park. Electric a~l Telephone available .......... ....................... e puc p.,: ........................ + $9,000 10 Acres with (Waded Pad, ,%rveyed, I 0,000 gal. water tank, graded aeeess road. ,~peetaeolar Views. Ideal {or vineyard, orchard, great horse proper~ ............... ........................ OFFLW, EB AT .......................... ~Z75,000 $.Z1 Acres -- ~reathtaking Panuramie View lot. Completely Surveyed. Has proposed Piego 0oue /Health Pepartme t septic layout for i ed residense. eller will provide oooldy approval with acceptable offer ........................ ~-6~,0 0 0 $.11 Acres -- Very Private with Well Trailer, Peg Kennel torage l uildi g ....... ................................................ +199,999 6.ZJ Acres -- Your horses will love this fabulous view site with oomploted proposed oom septic layout. [ese d y surveyed ........................... eZ 0,000 Z.9 Acres -- Fabulous 360 View Property. ~eptic Approved for $ ~d ~oom Kesidense. All Utilities at Property. Water Meter Imtalled. Lots of Usable Land for Horses, 0ardem ........................................................ +199,000 1.16 Acres Terrific Views, Two legal Parsels, Two Addresses for the Price of 0no! eptio in for one. Two ets of Water Shares. Electric Pole on Twin Oaks Property. Electric Pole on Pine Tree Lane. Must gee to Appreciate. t5159 Twin Oaks ~- $SZSZ Pine Tree Lane. Priced to sell .............. ~1~9,000 .65 Acre -- All usable overlooking Kenner ,amh. Has approved septic layout. Water shares to convey. Easy aseees to Coul~b/mail~i'ained road ................ ~9~,000 .49 Acre -- Terrific all usable level to gem'le lot with approved septic layout Z ~oom residence. Manufactured home OK. Water shares to convey. Survey complete. All utilities available ................................ Price Kedueed to ~45,000 Z ~ed ~oo~, Z Hath, 1900 M: 1 Hath suite. Fireproof [~oo~, Exposed Cedar Fireplace. Large covered ~ ear carport. Additional used for workshop, barn, storage, animals .... located : z I/T mile driveway thru 01d (wowth Forest on 1Z+ Acres. This is prised at $99.000 .ow- +. 49.000 j Six Recent also responsible .for enforcing and other animals into the U.S., 58-year-old female Canadian hundreds of other federal, state, please see the CBP brochure citizen after she failed to declare andlocallaws. Herearejustsome "Bringing Pets and Wildlife into the four medication bottles in Seizures At of the unusual illegal activities the United States." her purse. Officers determined officers recently stopped: Alcohol in Spare Tire the bottles contained 400 15mg Live Canaries December 8, at about 2:15 capsules of a drug prescribed November 30, at about 5:15 p.m., CBP officers at the Otay for obese patients to assist with p.m., CBP officers at the Tecate Mesa border crossing pulled weight-loss, worth an estimated border crossing referred an aside a gold GMC Suburban $2,330 in the U.S. CBP seized 85-year-old female Mexican driven by a 58-year-old malethe medication and fined the citizen, and resident of Tecate, Mexican citizen, and resident traveler. SAN DIEGO--Everyday, U.S. Mexico, for a more intensiveof Wilmington, Calif. DuringWooden LicensePlate Customs and Border Protection inspection. When the driver inspection, officers discovered December 9, at about 3:45 officers at ports of entry along exited her vehicle as part of the 15 bottles of alcohol hiddenp.m., a detector dog alerted to a the California/Mexico border inspection process, she was inside the vehicle's spare tire. tan 2004 Dodge Ram, driven bya work diligently to secure the carrying a cage, covered in a The driver paid a $562 penalty 30-year-old male U.S. citizen and nation's border and stop illegal towel, with two live canaries for his smuggling attempt, resident of San Diego, waiting in activity. While well known for inside. CBP officers seized the "Weight.Loss"Drug line to enter the United States. seizing narcotics and stopping undeclared birds; the driverDecember 8, at about 2:45 During their inspection, officers people from illegally entering the paid a $300 penalty. For more p.m., CBP officers at the Andrade discovered that the pickup not United States, these officers are information about bringing birds border crossing stopped a continued on page 15 December 30, 2009 Holiday Tips To Reduce Waste A Green Resolution For 2010 California-EPA Offers Holiday-Season Suggestions To Protect Our Environment SACRAMENTO - The holiday season brings to mind images of family reunions, gift exchanges, religious celebrations, and home decorations in keeping with the spirit of the season. It doesn't have to conjure up the image of tons of additional waste flowing into our nation,s landfills. More household waste is produced between Thanksgiving and New Year's than any other time of the year - about six million tons of added solid waste nationwide. For the New Year, resolve to protect our environment by eliminating unnecessary waste and by reducing harmful greenhouse gases. Here are some simple resolutions you can make for 2010: Use a reusable mug or cup: You can really cut back on waste by using a reusable coffee mug for that morning "cuppa joe." Published estimates suggest 16 billion paper cups were thrown into the trash in the U.S. during 2006, resulting in 253 million pounds of additional waste. Paper cups are among the organic materials that can decompose in a landfill and generate methane, a potent greenhouse gas. Switching to a reusable coffee mug helps in the fight against climate change, too. Keep a reusable grocery bag in your car trunk: Use a reusable shopping bag instead of single-use disposable plastic grocery bags. The Wall Street Journal estimates U.S. consumers use 100 billion single-use plastic bags every year. In California, they account for 300 million pounds of material that end up in landfills. When a clerk asks "Paper or Plastic?" say "Neither." Be the hit of the party: Hosting a New Year's Eve party for friends? Start the new year out by reducing waste-- with reusable silverware, plates, glasses, and napkins, instead of disposable products. Purchasing snacks or hors d'oeuvres in bulk also cuts down on packaging. But be careful about unused leftover food--the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency estimates that at least 95 billion pounds of edible food, or about 27 percent of the U.S. food supply, end up being wasted every year in the United States. Unclutter your closets: Consider donating your older, rarely used clothes to a charitable thrift store, or a homeless shelter, or a battered women's center. And don't forget to reuse those old hangers in your closet--roughly 85 percent of plastic hangers are not reused or recycled. Many dry cleaners and second-hand stores will gladly accept your old hangers, regardless of whether they're made of metal, plastic, or wood. How does your garden grow? Not everyone was born with a "green thumb." But you can give your plants and vegetables a fighting chance by adding rich soil nutrients - and the easiest way of ensuring a steady supply is from a home compost pile. It's a great way of dealing with all the extra fruit and vegetable peelings that pile up during holiday meal preparations. An added benefit: Less kitchen waste to toss away or stuff down the drain. The Board's website has a comprehensive section devoted to information on developing and maintaining a backyard compost pile. Out with the old ... So, Santa came through for you and left a widescreen digital television under the Christmas tree. Now, do the right thing by recycling your old television set at a State-approved electronics waste collection center. It won't cost you anything, and it will help keep all sorts of hazardous components from entering the landfill and contaminating the planet. Cell phones, computers, and DVD players are among the electronic devices that must be properly recycled and cannot be sent to California landfills. The Board has a special website with additional holiday waste- reduction tips and information about recycling your Christmas tree. The California Integrated Waste Management Board is the State's leading authority on recycling and waste reduction. It promotes reducing waste whenever possible, managing all materials to their highest and best use, and protecting public health and safety and the environment. The California Integrated Waste Management Board is one of six boards, departments, and offices within the California Environmental Protection Agency (CaI/EPA). The Julian Historic District Architectural Review Board P0 Box 1600, Julian, CA 92036 County of San Diego, Department of Planning and Land Use LI OF CONCERN TO: RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL PROPERTY OWNERS TENANTS BUSINESS OWNERS WHO HAVE PROJECTS (New Construction, Remodels or signs) IN THE JULIAN HISTORIC DISTRICT The Architectural Review Board must, by County Ordinances, review all proposals for projects in the district except those projects which involve interior alterations only. Even small details of color, lighting, signs, fences, and planting have an effect on the appearance of the town. Before starting any project in the Julian Historic District, people should meet with the Julian Architectural Review Board and read the Design Guidelines Manual. The Architectural Review Board is here to assist owners, tenants, architects, and contractors in reviewing plans for the construction, modification, relocation, and demolition of structures in the Historic District. The County of San Diego Historic Landmark and District Preservation Regulations are found in Section 5700 of the San Diego County Zoning Ordinance. Section 5749 deals specifically with the Julian Historic District and says that a) the regulations apply to the Julian Historic District, b) The external appearance of structures shall resemble as closely as possible the appearance of buildings existing in Julian in the period 1870-1913. c) that a (this) design manual has been adopted by the Director and approved by the Board of Supervisors considering the recommendations of the Julian Historic District Architectural Review Board (ARB) and d) site plans within the Historic District shall he referred to the ARB, which will then advise the Director as to conformance with ordinances, general and specific plans, and other regulations. The Architectural Review Board meets on the first Tuesday every month, at 7:00pm, in the Town Halll Washington and Main streets. Applicants for review of building plans, signs, exterior changes, color schemes, may request agenda inclusion for the next scheduled meeting by submitting such request to The Julian Historic District, Architectural Review Board, P.O. Box 1600, Julian, CA 92036, o[ appear at a meeting. Applicants are encouraged to consult earlyin their project planning. The ARB is here to help! NOTE: THE NEXT ARB MEETING IS SCHEDULED FOR 7 PM, TUESDAY, January 4, 2010 DOWNSTAIRS IN THE TOWN HALL.