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Summer Nights begin for season B-1 Warrior golf team qualifies for CIF C-1 Outstanding Landscape awards announced D-1 Village News Fallbrook & Bonsall a l s o se rv i n g t h e c o m m u n i t i e s o f D e L u z , R a i n b ow , C a m p P e ndl e t o n , Pa l a , a nd Pau m a June 26, 2014 50¢ Sales tax included at news stand Volume 18, Issue 26 “Lost in the 50s” at kick off of Summer Nights SPORTS Bonsall High will not have CIF affiliation at first Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent The CIF Board of Managers held its final 2013-14 meeting June 4, thus ensuring that Bonsall High School will not have CIF athletics during at least part of its initial year. CIF approval will be needed either for Bonsall High School to become a CIF member or for the high school to be granted “MultiSchool Teams Status” under a policy which allows athletes from certain schools to play for a specified other team. The CIF Board of Managers will not meet see CIF, page C-3 Local groups seek TOT funds Supervisors will begin deliberations on June 24 Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent Ken Seals photo Winners of the Best Dressed 1950s contest show off their outfits in front of a period Pontiac station wagon June 13 at the first Summer Nights event of the 2014 season. From left, Emerie Tortorella, best youth costume; Althea Heyneman, best adult costume, and Courtney Rippstein and Matthew Lutnick, best dressed couple. The MarDels to return to July 4 event Low bid $75.2 million for SR76 East work Review of Ames Construction bid now underway Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent Fallbrook’s annual July 4 celebration at the Grand Tradition Estate and Gardens, held as Christine Rinaldi photo a fundraiser for the Fallbrook Beautification Alliance, is a family-friendly event. At last year’s event, from left, Olivia Goebel, Hannah Rhoades, Emma Rhoades, and Natalie Goebel share in the excitement of the goldfish Hannah won from one of the games. Debbie Ramsey Managing Editor event. The MarDels is one of San Diego’s most well-known bands and performs hits from the 1950s through 1970s. With music provided by a popular favorite, the family-friendly event paying a higher ticket price that was inclusive of food items. The Fallbrook Beautification Alliance is appreciative, Bacik said, of the Organizers of Fallbrook’s July 150 to 175 volunteers who help 4 event have announced The make the event possible. MarDels will make a return visit Festivities begin to provide live music for the patriotic festivities “People really wanted us to bring at 4 p.m. and will be comprised of the triedsponsored by the Fallbrook Beautification back The MarDels; it’s because of and-true favorites as well as some new Alliance (FBA) at the popular demand,” additions. The official Grand Tradition Estate a n d G a r d e n s . T h e Mary Jo Bacik, FBA chair of the event. o p e n i n g c e r e m o n y featuring the Marines annual event is held as a fundraiser to provide money is destined to be well-attended, Corps Color Guard and singing to enhance and maintain local since it will continue with the of the “Star Spangled Banner” by beautification projects throughout lower-cost format used last year. Christa Noetzel will take place at Admission prices are now $20/ 4:30 p.m. Serving as master of the year. “People really wanted us to adult in advance ($25 at door); ceremonies will be John Culea, bring back The MarDels; it’s under age 12 free and attendees retired television news anchor. because of popular demand,” said have the option of purchasing the see MARDELS, page B-5 Mary Jo Bacik, FBA chair of the food items they wish, rather than Ames Construction of Corona submitted the low bid for the contract to widen State Route 76 between South Mission Road and Interstate 15. The Ames Construction bid of $75.2 million was the lowest among the seven bids submitted. The bids were opened June 19. The Ames bid is below the $91 million construction estimate which was based on the cumulative estimates for items the contractor and subcontractors are required to provide. The actual expected cost of approximately $100 million includes support, lane closure and traffic control expenses, and contingencies. The highest of the seven bids submitted was for $109 million. The contract was advertised for bid on April 28. The bid package included subtotals for each of approximately 350 items, and the bid on each item included labor and overhead as well as material and other expenses. The listing of separate items also allowed for disadvantaged business enterprise subcontractors to be specified, as the contractor must meet a 10 percent disadvantaged business enterprise requirement. The Ames bid is under review to ensure that the company and its subcontractors will be able to perform the work for the prices quoted and that the disadvantaged enterprise requirement is met. The review period will take see SR76, page A-5 Community groups seeking Community Enhancement funds from the County of San Diego’s Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT) revenue offered their reasons June 9-10 at a designated San Diego County Board of Supervisors hearing. Each county supervisor has a $599,393 Community Enhancement budget and will decide how much of his or her budget will be given to each group requesting funds. Although the see TOT, page A-6 TAC recommends modification of Reche Road parking prohibitions Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent The county’s Traffic Advisory Committee (TAC) recommended the modification of parking prohibitions on Reche Road near Potter Junior High School and Live Oak Elementary School. 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