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December 30, 2009 9 The Julian News We have our own private parking lot behind the office... entrance off 'C' Street O R N E R WWW. lan-pro er TREET les.com P.O. Box 1000 Julian, CA 92036 IMMACULATE CUSTOM HOME on one acre EXQUISITE LAKE CUYAMACA HOME. Newer 3 with views to Palomar. Gourmet kitchen, top grade Bedroom, 2.5 Bathresidence on.94Acres. Wonderful appliances, Many custom features. 3 BR, 2.5 BA, modern kitchen, high ceilings, 2 fireplaces, 2 wood 1798 sq. ft. with floor to ceiling windows and wrap- decks, large stone patio, double garage RV parking. [around deck. $575,000 $625,000 EXCEPTIONAL 14 Acre Ranch. Horse barn, Guest CHARMING, One story home on wooded acre Quarters, Large Garage, Great Views, many large in Pine Hills. 2 bed rooms, family room, granite trees, lovely property, counter tops, cathedral ceilings in living room, attached garage. I ] ;l O01I $995,000 I $398,000 LOVELY SPACIOUS HOME- on 9.24 Acres. Great FIVE ACRES includes 2 legal parcels, 1200 s( Floor plan - 4 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths, Gourmet shop, 10,000 gallon water storage and Kitchen, Formal Dining Room, 2 Fireplaces, Central efficient manufactured home. Air and Heat, Deck, Garage. $649,000 $325,000 UNUSUAL AND REMOTE MOUNTAIN PROPERTY. CHOICE SITE IN PINE HILLS. 1.28 Acres with 20 Acres, Complete with dry cabin for secluded get-III easy access, mature trees. Service by water company, away weekends. Oak, Fir and Spruce trees. Views. has approved septic layout. $240,000 $188,000 Juli Zerbe, Broker Associate email: julinjoe@gmail.com Rose Steadman, Broker / Owner Melo-de Savage, Realtor Associate Kirby Winn, Realtor Associate email: melo-de@sbcglobat.net email: kirbylwinn@gmail.com Ken Bunch, Broker Associate email: kencbunch@aol.com HistoriCal:Society And Pioneer Museum Moving Into The Future by David Lewis It began with the formation of the Julian Historical Society archive committee and has now progressed to the formation of disaster preparedness and recovery teams. In a little over a year, new procedures have been developed for the archiving of historic documents and artifacts belonging to the Julian Historical Society and the Julian Museum. In addition to that, Ed Huffman, Brian Steutel, and David Lewis have just completed training with the WESTPAS (Western States & Territories Preservation Assistance Service) preservation assistance service provided on the campus of Chapman University in Orange, CA. Our classes were taught by Julie Page, Co-Coordinator, California Preservation Program and WESTPAS. An excellent instructor, Julie has extensive experience in dealing with local and global disaster recovery. Some of the other organizations in attendance were National City Public Library, Fullerton College, Orange County Public Library, Chapman University, California State Library, Cal State University Los Angeles, Orange County Public Law Library, Pomona Public Library and California State Parks. WESTPAS is a regional library and archives preservation service. Started in 2007, its goals are to deliver preservation education and training workshops to libraries and archives in 14 participating states and territories. Workshops are designed to help institutions protect the asset value of their collections, to promote stewardship of the heritage of the West and the Pacific, and to create a culture of preservation management, one where management staff with preservation knowledge and decision-making tools wilt guide the use of institutional resources to ensure survivalof their heritage collections. The classes are designed to do the following: Test emergency preparedness and response plans and identify areas for improvement. Identify mechanisms for collaborative partnerships. Improve participants' ability to evaluate risks (via a pre- workshop self-survey). Encourage participants to improve disaster preparedness. After attending classes, it became apparent to Ed, Brian, and David that the training they received applied not only to the safe keeping of historical treasures, but also to many of the businesses in the town of Julian. Real Estate offices, engineering and architectural firms, libraries and community organizations all share the same need to protect their documents from disaster. Disaster could be a misleading term. Something as isolated as a broken water pipe within your building, could spell disaster for your paper documents or your computer generated data. There are methods that can mitigate the loss of these items and anyone from a public organization to a family should know how to deal with disaster when it happens. With the initial training completed, Ed, Brian, and David are now developing a training program for members of the Historical Society and Museum. When launched, training classes will be a coordinated effort of the disaster teams and local fire and law enforcement agencies. The Julian Historical Society and Julian Museum will extend an invitation to local businesses and organizations to participate in these training sessions. Not only will you learn to help yourself should disaster strike, but a network of capable volunteers will be in place to help all of us should we need that help. Making up for limited resources, by helping each other, is what small towns are all about. Disaster preparedness is just one of the many exciting and rewarding benefits of belonging to the Julian Historical Society. If you would like to be a part of preserving Julian history, or if you just want to attend our entertaining monthly programs, we invite you to become a member. You can find us in the old fashioned paper phone book. Out on a Limb I Over 60 years serving the community we live in. Music On The Mountain continued/rom page / Lake City. Roberto Lim6n is a Mexican guitar virtuoso. Mr. kimon has performed in Spain, Greece, Portugal, Germany,Korea, the Czech Republic, Russia, Lithuania, Puerto Rico, Costa Rica, the US and Mexico. As a soloist, Mr. Limon has been featured by major orchestras in his native Mexico, as well as the San Diego Symphony Orchestra, the San Antonio Orchestra, the Pensacola Orchestra, the Pacific Symphony, the Leningrad State by Gary Kopervas Chamber Orchestra, the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Lithuania and Czech Republic National Symphony Orchestras. Mr. Lim6n has also been a member of the Angel Romero Quartet, under the direction of the distinguished Spanish musician whose name honors the group. Mr. Limon's artistry is admired ......... .. by many composers; so much f : i / so that a number of them / I AP, I C E: [ I have dedicated works to him, ! including Leo Brouwer, Jorge O ayme 24 Hour Emergency Service GASCheck'r^ -Trained- i, lCO NClI. Morel, Joaquin Clerch, Manuel Enriquez, Joaquin Gutierrez Heras, Leonardo Velazquez, Eugenic Toussaint, William Ortiz, Alberto Nufiez Palacio, Ernesto Cordero, Manuel de Elias, Meyer Kupferman and Simone lannarelli. His latest recording for guitar and orchestra, "Tango Mata Danz6n Mata Tango", was nominated at the Second Annual Latin Grammy Awards in the Best Classical Album category. Aside from his extensive concert activity, Maestro Lim6n was the General Director of the Orquesta de Baja California for 10 years and is the director of the Festival Hispanoamericano de Guitarra, which will celebrate its 17th edition at the Tijuana Cultural Center. "Having these two immensely accomplished musicians perform in our library is a true gift to Julian," said Ms. Baker. Ms. Baker added that like all events in the ongoing "Music on the Mountain" series, this concert is free to the public. Make your plans to attend this special performance on Tuesday evening January 5th, 2010 the Ben Sulser, District Manager program will be in the Main Library Room begins at 6:00 PM. Solar Power Q&A continued from page 8 continue to pay for the energy upgrade on his tax bill. It would make your home more attractive for resale. In the mean time, your bills are somewhat less and your home is more energy efficient and comfortable. In addition, there are FHA programs that enable you to borrow funds to pay for energy efficiency and renewables at time of sale that is separate from normal borrowing to purchase the home itself. There is a program describing this on Jan 13th at the San Diego Energy Center (CCSE) at 7 pm put on by the San Diego Renewable Energy Society (see www.sdres. org ). All these programs will save you money and make you home more valuable and comfortable, and you know you are doing the right thing. Richard Caputo, Board of Directors San Diego Renewable Energy Society P.O. Box 1660 Julian, CA 92036 760-765-3157