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i]lllIIII 1 , r 6 The Julian News 934 MAIN STREET, JULIAN COKNEK OF MAIN AND C STREETS 7G0-7GS--0192 WWW.JULIANPI%0PEI%TIES.COM We have information on all homes availAle in the Julian area LAKE CUYAMACA HOME CHARMING LOG CABIN • BANK OWNED PROPERTIES • SHORT SALES OPPORTUMTY OF A LIFETIME $750,000 Great Views- Huge Deck $245,000 CALL NOW 760-765-0192 i!!ii!!!!iii!!!!ii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiii;iii!i!iii!i iiii!iiiiii!iiliiii!iiiiii!!iiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ... And The Winners Are All Schools Essay Contest For the past five weeks we have published the essays of High School and Junior High School students. We have selected the following "winners" based on a simple criteria; did they convey the spirit of the holidays. The High School students were tasked with writing a narrative of a holiday experience. We did not judge on who had the best experience but who told the best story, in some cases we threw a dart. It was a different assignment at the Junior High, there students provided their personal feelings of "what the holidays meant to them." again we got out the dart board ... the real winners are all the students, even those who did not see their work in print. Julian High School Senior Class 1. A Miracle on Kennedy Drive by Leah Worth 2. The Wishbone Controversy by Mike Wesley Junior Class 1. A Traditional Thanksgiving by Aracely Abarca 2. So This Is Christmas by Conor Gerandt Sophomore Class 1.31 Days Of Christmas by Donny Madison 2. Burnin Down The House by Justin Van Bibber Freshman Class 1. Christmas of 2001 by Denise Lares 2. Thanksgiving With The Faro by Lonna Kelly Julian Junior High Eighth Grade l. Amy Rust 2. Scarlett Szmanski Seventh Grade 1. Lanae Cranfield 2. Patricia Rittberg In the Spring we are again working with the schools to produce a poetry slam, with the community at-large invited to participate in a public reading at the Town Hall. Driving Rules continued from page l *DUI Probation License Suspension (AB 1165 Maze) A change in the driving under the influence (DUI) law creates a new authority for DMV to administratively suspend the driver's license for one year under a zero tolerance standard• The new law authorizes law enforcement to issue a notice of suspension and impound the vehicle of a person who is driving with a blood-alcohol concentration (B AC) of 0.01 percent or greater while on court- ordered post-DUI probation. 3) AIR QUALITY *Temporary Operating_ Permits (AB2241/Saldana) This law restricts DMV from issuing temporary operating permits to allow more time to obtain a smog certificate as part of the registration renewal process. Under the law, extensions will cost $50 and are only allowed if the vel,icle has been tested at a smog station and failed• The extension can be for no more than 60 days from the date registration is due. The $50 fee will be waived for owners accepted into the Bureau of Automotive Repair Consumer Assistance Program (CAP). *San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District Fee (AB 2522/Arambula) In an effort to fund programs to reduce vehicle emissions, vehicle owners who register their vehicles in San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Merced. Madera, Fresno, Kings, and Tulare Counties and Valley portions of Kern County will be assessed an air quality fee of $6. 4) OTHER *New Special Interest Plate (SB 1455/Cogdi11) A new "Gold Star Family" special interest license will be available to family members of individuals killed in the line of duty while serving in the Armed Forces during wartime or military operations. *Motorcycle Definition (AB 2272/Fuentes) This new law changes the definition of a motorcycle, deleting the existing weight limitation of 1500 pounds. It also removes a separate definition for electrically-powered vehicles. This change in law will December 31, 2008 also allow drivers of fully-enclosed 3-wheeled motor vehicles to use the High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lanes. To easily access the California Vehicle Code for further information, log on to the DMV website at and click on the "Publications" button in the upper left hand corner of the home page. The DMV driver handbook is also on the web at the same location• The 2009 version of the handbook will be published for distribution to all 169 DMV field officers shortly after the first of the year. Keeping Animals Safe In Winter (SPM Wire) Winters can be hard on animals, just like they are on humans - especially outdoor pets and livestock. You need to provide sufficient food, water and shelter for animals• "Water is particularly important to check when the weather turns cold because low temperatures can cause water bowls to freeze, leaving an animal nothing todrink," said Illinois State Veterinarian Dr. Mark Ernst. Preventive medicine can lessen the risk of illness, according to Dr. Ernst. He advises livestock I and pet owners to: * Make sure animals are properly vaccinated. * Make sure animals not only have an adequate supply of food and water, but a clear path to the supply. Most importantly, remember that ice and snow are not a substitute for water. * Make sure animals have adequate shelter. Their coats provide some insulation from the elements, but a shelter is needed to protect them from severe winds, rain and snow. The key is to make sure your animals are taken care of outside, even when weather conditions make it tough for you to get outdoors to care for them; ,#$$ Where we love is home/Home that our feet may leave, but not our hearts. - Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. '"WE DO A LAND OFFICE BIYSINESS" Find Out How You Can _ Get Your Free One Year L T 11/lI7 Home Warranty! i  " [] " ' . . Call Today! . • P.O. 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Great layout, large deck, nice view of the mountains, built-in bookshelves, plantation shutters, over-sized bathtub• Needs some TLC but has lots of potential• Flat 1 acre, usable yard with a well, 5000 gallon water holding tank and outbui Footings in place for a 2 car garage• Peaceful and secl $189,000 848 MANZANITA 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath, .38 Acre - 1920 Sq.Ft., Huge family room w/fireplace. Perfect home for two separate 1 bedroom, Living units, access from two streets, lots of parking, lovely yard• Enter from Pheasant Drive• $360,000 I i GREAT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY The Julian Hardware Store and Mercantile has been operating in the same location in the heart of historic Julian since 1949! Excellent location• Well established. Recently remodeled• Consistent income. Locally and tourist supported. 01d fashioned, morn and pop atrnosphere with all your modern day hardware needs• Please call Sprague Realty for more details. $350,000 + inventory 37+ACRES, NEWLY REMODELED 2 Bd. Cabin On Volcan Mt. 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