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Freshwater Fishing in Southern California

San Diego has something for everyone from sight seeing to camping. Even fishermen and women can enjoy San Diego with over twenty lakes and reservoirs as well as ocean piers, almost every type of fish can be caught. This article offers five of the more well known lakes around San Diego County. Two excellent and well thought out web sites to help the fisherman find out where they really want to go and what to expect during their trip are www.sdfish.com and www.californiafishingonline.com. So grab the rod and tackle, wrangle up the bait and let’s explore five of San Diego’s highest rated fishing destinations: Lake Dixon: Located up in Escondido with seventy acres of fishing. This lake is open year around and offers night fishing during the summer months. The fees range from $3 to $5 and offers shore fishing. Boat rentals are available as well as a bait shop on the premises. Lake El Capitan aka El Capitan Reservoir: Over fifteen hundred acres of fishing and picnicking. The lake is open Friday through Sunday and offers twenty-two miles of shoreline along with a maximum water depth of one hundred ninety-seven. There are no concession stands available,

but there are vending machines. The staff of El Capitan sells bait and fishing licenses and a day use permit is sold at the entrance. Lake Hodges: Located in Del Mar with over twelve hundred acres. This lake offers boat rentals as well as allowing use of private boats with only paying a small launch fee. There are no concession stands available and the staff handles the permit purchase at the docks available. Lower Otay Lake: Down in the South Bay location of San Diego, this lake gives the fisherman over twelve hundred acres of fishing, both from the shore and by boat. The lake has a concession stand located in the picnic grounds. This is one of the few lakes that allow dogs (leashed) to enjoy a day with their family as long they are kept fifty feet away from the water. Boat rentals and permits are sold be the lake staff. If wishing to use a private boat, the lake does charge a launch fee. Lake Miramar: This lake is open ten months a year (only closed in October and November). With one hundred and sixty-two acres, shore fishing and boat fishing abound. Boat rentals are available on the weekends only and private boats are welcome at any time. The concession stand

sells permit and bait (including tackle) and also sells basic items. There are barbeque sites available in the picnic area. All of these lakes are stocked with a variety of fish including but not limited to large mouth bass, rainbow trout, catfish and crappie. Each site does have a limit to the amount of fish that can be caught and each are clearly listed where the permits are sold. Irvine Lake Irvine Lake is a reservoir in Orange County, California, United States. The lake is on Santiago Creek, located in Silverado, California, east of the city of Irvine and close to Irvine Regional Park. The lake is formed by the Santiago Dam at the lake’s north end, which was built between 1929 and 1931, and the lake was originally called the Santiago Reservoir. The dam

was built by the Irvine Company (the private developers of the city of Irvine) and the Serrano Irrigation District (now called the Serrano Water District); it is now administered jointly by the Serrano Water District and the Irvine Ranch Water District. The lake provides drinking water to Villa Park and some parts of Orange, and provides supplementary irrigation water to neighbouring ranches. Access to the lake is via Santiago Canyon Road, the road leading from Orange to Silverado. The Cleveland National Forest is on the northeast side of the lake. Stocked with largemouth bass, catfish, trout and crappie, the lake fishery opened to the public in 1941. The land around the lake is owned by the Irvine Company, which leases the fishing, boating, and camping concessions to SWD Recreation Inc.

One Fish Photo Could Make You a Big Winner

There’s a lot to pack before you head out for the spring fishing season. Just don’t forget the camera to take shots of your catch to submit to the BoatUS Angler “Catch of the Month” photo contest at BoatUS.com/angler/ contest, which kicks off today and runs monthly through October 31, 2014. Monthly winners, one freshwater and one saltwater, will receive a one-year basic BoatUS Angler membership which includes $50 on the road and $50 on the water towing, a $50 Visa gift card and a “prize pack” filled with fishing and BoatUS Angler gear. In addition, winning photos will appear in BoatUS Angler Magazine and Tacklebox fishing e-newsletter. Monthly winners will be automatically entered to win the grand prize in November: an upgrade of their BoatUS Angler membership to include Unlimited on water towing and on road towing assistance from Trailer Assist, a high-quality fish replica of their winning catch from FishReplicas.com and a $50 gift certificate from BoatNameGear. Trailer Assist, BoatUS Angler’s roadside assistance service for boat trailers and tow vehicles and the BoatUS on water towing service helps anglers spend more time fishing and less time worrying about breakdowns. Anglers can also check out all of the photos submitted at BoatUS.com/ angler/contest. Page 2

Angler Courtney Bacco of Orlando, Florida, won a bass mount in last year’s BoatUS Angler photo contest.

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Music Sensation Yoshiki Kicks Off World Tour in Segerstrom Center for the Arts Debut

Yoshiki, Asia’s foremost rock icon and multi talented music superstar, will bring his new live show, Yoshiki Classical, to Segerstrom Center for the Arts in

a special one-night-only concert on Friday, April 25 at 8 p.m. in the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall. The show will feature music from Yoshiki’s latest album

that includes collaborations with some of music’s most renowned artists and legendary producers. Along with Billboard Magazine, MTV, Reuters and AOL, Classic

FM applauds Yoshiki Classical as an “enlightening exploration of one musical auteur’s quest to turn his music into something more than a series of rock ballads.”

M o u n t a i n l i o n s i g h t i n g p r o mp t s c i t y t o remind residents to take precautions

A 70-pound female mountain lion was removed from a Mission Viejo retirement community on Wednesday, prompting the city of Mission Viejo to warn residents about potential sightings in the area. It was just before 1 p.m. when the Mission Viejo Animal Services Center received a report of a mountain lion running on the slopes behind Page 4

the homes in the Palmia retirement community, which is near Santa Margarita Parkway and Promenade. An animal services officer checked the slope area and searched the neighborhood but could not find the lion. The animal, which is believed to be 2-5 years old, was spotted again four hours later when another resident saw the mountain lion sitting

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on the back slope of his home. Animal Services responded and verified that the animal was indeed a mountain lion. California Department of Fish and Wildlife officers then responded and were able to sedate and transport the mountain lion to the Cleveland National Forest. Anyone who sees a mountain

lion should remain calm, not run, try to appear larger and make a lot of noise. On a trail, parents should keep children in front of them so they can be easily watched. In addition, residents are encouraged to remember the tips listed on the city’s Mission Viejo Life blog at http://www.missionviejolife. org.


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By Kimberly Sharpe Lake Shasta, nestled beside the snow-capped Mount Shasta in northern California, spans 29,500 acres and boasts 370 miles of shoreline. The lake has diverse fishing opportunities with abundant rainbow trout, brown trout, crappie, kokanee salmon, king salmon, catfish, sturgeon, bluegill, spotted bass, largemouth bass and smallmouth bass. Considered a true fishermen’s mecca, the lake offers boat fishing and shoreline fishing choices. The largest man-made lake in California, Lake Shasta has a maximum fishing depth of 512 feet. Construction of the lake was completed in 1945 and the lake was officially filled in 1948. Four rivers, known as arms, empty into the lake. The McCloud river, Squaw creek, Sacramento river and Pit river flow into the lake and create its unique large arms which gives Lake Shasta its irregular shoreline appearance. Innumerable mountain streams and spring runoff sites also empty into the lake. Marinas and Boat Launches Lake Shasta’s shoreline is dotted with 11 marinas. Each one offers boat docking and tackle supplies for anglers. Around the lake fishermen will find seven public boat launches. There is a minimal fee charged to launch a boat from any of the ramps. The ever changing seasonal water level of the lake dictates which boat launches will be open. If the water level is low a few launches may be closed. The Shasta Lake Visitor Information Centers monitor

and provide boaters with current boat launch information. Each boat launch features ample parking for vehicles and boat trailers. Courtesy docks are available at the boat launch site to load gear and passengers into the boat. Fishing Locations Fishermen tend to congregate around the area of the arms that empty into the lake to catch fish. The McCloud river arm draws fishermen wishing to catch brown trout, according to the California Game & Fish. The fish spawn in the McCloud river in the fall and begin to enter Shasta lake using the river’s inlet during November and December when their spawning cycle is complete. The Jones Valley provides easy fishing access with paved roads to the Pit river arm where fishermen congregate to catch rainbow trout. The area features beach side camping locations, a full service campground and a public boat launch. Planted Fish

Every year the California Department of Fish and Game plants over 30,000 rainbow trout into Lake Shasta. Many of the marinas around the lake also raise rainbow trout in underwater cages until they reach magnum size before releasing them into the lake. Native rainbow trout can be found congreting near the mountain streams that drain into the lake and beside the arms where they breed. Shore Fishing The Lake Shasta area offers shoreline fishing locations. Along the Sacramento Arm, off Lancaster Drive, fishermen will find easy access to simply walk down to the shore and cast a line. The upper portions of the McCloud arm are also readily accessible on foot with trails that lead down to the shore side. Winter months offer an ideal time for shoreline trout fishing because the fish rise up along the waters surface beside the shoreline in search of food.

Many men go fishing all of their lives without knowing that it is not fish they are after. ~Henry David Thoreau The Ladera Ranch News

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local dentist dr. Michael tessier reveals source and Cure of Chipping upper Front teeth. A nice lady in her middle 50’s came into the office the other day with a chipped upper front tooth. It turns out that the opposing tooth on the lower arch was Dr. Michael Tessier rotated and a corner of it pushed forward, allowing it to bang against the upper tooth, which caused it to wear away the enamel on the backside of the upper tooth, and ultimately fracture that edge. We had to put a veneer on the front surface of the tooth to restore it to its’ original contour. Then we had to fix the source of the problem. During one’s lifetime, lower teeth migrate toward the front of the mouth, and then towards the center. This happens even if a person had orthodontics as a youngster, and the wisdom teeth really have little effect in crowding the lower front teeth. If the four lower front teeth stay in alignment with each other, they’ll stay straight. But, if the forward migration pressure is too great, they’ll start to rotate or over-lap each other. This has a deleterious effect on the supporting tissues of these teeth because it is harder to keep them clean and decay-free and the gums healthy. It also has a negative impact on the upper front teeth, making them stick out unevenly, or loosen the upper front teeth, predisposing them to premature loss.

Or, the fracturing mentioned above. The solution is to minimally, imperceptibly (0.25mm per side per tooth) reduce the width of each of the lower front teeth, then de-rotating them (realigning or straightening them) into the newly created space, so that they end up being out of harm’s way. This is an ideal application for Invisalign, the series of computer-generated aligners that orthodontically reposition teeth, invisibly. If the upper teeth are also crowded, our invisible alignment procedure called Invisalign will work to straighten them out, too.Some people may think that nobody sees the lower front teeth, so their alignment isn’t critically important. It turns out, that’s not the case. We need to keep all the teeth healthy and functional. I personally don’t think that everyone’s teeth have to perfectly straight. But, in my forty years (ouch) in the dental field, I’ve met many people who are reluctant to smile because they think their teeth are unsightly. Next time you’re close to a mirror, like when you’re looking to see that you got your teeth clean while brushing, check out your lower front teeth. If they’re crooked, call me. Or, if the edges of your upper front teeth are chipping, even barely noticeably, call me. Dr. Michael Tessier’s office is located at 28562 Oso Parkway, at the intersection of Oso and Antonio Parkways (down the walk from the car wash). Consultation appointments are always complimentary. His telephone number is 949-459-7212.

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A tribute To the beatles - Rain’s 2014 tour

Opening on April 25 for a limited engagement at Segerstrom Center for the Arts. Direct from their phenomenally successful Broadway engagement, the internationally-acclaimed RAIN

– A TRIBUTE TO THE BEATLES returns to Segerstrom Center for the Arts from April 25 – 26, 2014. As “the next best thing to seeing The Beatles!” (The Associated Press), RAIN performs the full range of The

Beatles discography live onstage, including the most complex and challenging songs that The Beatles themselves recorded in the studio but never performed for an audience. In addition, new songs are being

included with the launch of the 2013 tour. Don’t miss the feature story in the Center’s April - May 2014 issue of Revue online magazine – available soon at www.SCFTA.org/Revue.

Measles Outbreak in Orange County MMR Vaccine Highly Recommended Orange County has twenty-one confirmed cases of measles in 2014, the most reported by any county in California. The Health Care Agency expects that the measles outbreak will continue to spread, and reminds the public that the best way to prevent the measles is by getting vaccinated. Five of the 21 cases have been children, none of them immunized. Five have been healthcare workers who became ill after exposure to measles cases. The Health Care Agency will take every precaution to prevent outbreaks in health care facilities, schools and daycare facilities. Unimmunized children, school and daycare staff, and healthcare workers who are exposed to the measles will be instructed to stay home for up to 21 days after exposure. Measles is a highly contagious and potentially severe disease that causes fever, rash, cough, and red, watery eyes. Measles spreads very easily by air and by direct contact with an infected person. People are contagious from approximately four days before the rash appears through four days after the rash appears. Anyone suspecting they have measles

should CALL their medical provider BEFORE arriving at the medical office to avoid exposing others to the measles virus. Two doses of the MMR (measles, mumps, and rubella) vaccine are very protective; individuals who have not received two doses of MMR vaccine may be at risk of infection. Vaccination is especially important for children, health care workers, adolescents and adults who have not been adequately vaccinated, and people planning foreign travel.

The MMR vaccine is widely available from medical providers throughout Orange County. A list of free and low-cost vaccinations is available on the Health Care Agency website. Protect Yourself and Family from Measles: • Children should receive their first MMR vaccine at 12-15 months of age. The second dose of MMR is given at 4 to 6 years of age before going to school. • Va c c i n a t i n g c h i l d r e n , adolescents and adults is the best

way to protect infants who are too young to receive the MMR vaccine. • Vaccinations are very safe. The benefits far outweigh any risks. Side effects are usually mild, such as soreness where the shot was given. • Measles is found in many parts of the world, including Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. Vaccination before traveling is recommended. Learn more about measles by visiting the Health Care Agency or Centers for Disease Control and Prevention websites.

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Fishing with Your Kids The Best Way to Have an Enjoyable Experience Fishing By Carl Kolchak Fishing with your kids should be a fun family experience, but it often can turn into a tedious chore. Tangled lines, a lack of action, and the suggestion of going fishing with your kids can turn from excited looks into bored faces in a hurry. Trying to keep up, especially if you have more than two children, can run a parent ragged, as he or she tries to make sure lines are in the water and everybody is having a good time. Here are some tips to make sure that fishing with your kids is a worthwhile and enjoyable adventure. First and foremost, you need to catch fish. Nothing creates the potential for boredom more than a fishing pole that just sits there with no fish biting! Pretty soon the children are wondering why they are there to begin with and fishing with your kids goes from a great idea to a very bad one in a matter of a few minutes. There are many things you can do to increase your odds of catching fish, giving the kids the excitement that will keep their interest. Go fishing with the kids in the early morning or late afternoon; these are the peak times for most species of fish to bite. During the summer, after supper is the optimal time to gather the equipment and head to the local fishing spot. If the kids are too young to bait their own hooks and cast out, you need to forget about doing any fishing yourself and concentrate on their needs. It’s no fun for a kid to stand around and watch you fish. Proper equipment is crucial to success when fishing with your kids. Do not bother with those “kiddie” poles that cannot stand up to the rigors of actual fishing. An inexpensive spinning reel and rod will do the trick; you aren’t going after world records, you simply want to catch fish. A spinning reel is the easiest type for a youngster to learn to cast with. If they are old enough to cast, make sure you put them in a spot way from trees and brush that will snag your child’s line and hook. Find an open area along the river bank or shore of the pond. Nothing is more frustrating while fishing than having to break your line, tie another hook on, rebait it and cast again, only to get caught up in the same branch or log! If you are fishing with your kids at a small pond, there are two species of fish that you can usually targetbullheads and pumpkinseeds. All you need for bait are night crawlers, which you can catch yourself on any damp Page 8

spring or early summer evening. Get the children involved in this, by letting them go out and catch them for themselves. All they need is a flashlight and a bit of coaching. Catching the worms will be almost as much fun as catching the fish. If you need to buy your bait, many convenience stores actually sell worms during the fishing season. Night crawlers can be kept in a container in your refrigerator for weeks; only be sure that everyone knows what is in that container to avoid unwanted surprises. Once you are at the pond, space the kids out so they will have their own areas to fish and avoid tangling their lines. You do not need to use floats or bobs. Have a number four snelled hook tied to the line with a pair of split shots secured about eighteen inches up from the hook. A snelled hook is a hook that comes already attached to a short piece of monofilament with a loop tied at the end. You can tie it right to your line; the number of the hook, in this case a number four, is an indicator of the hook’s size. The split shot will give you or your child added weight on the line, allowing the line to be cast further. Hook the night crawler on and cast out. Place a forked stick into the ground and lean the pole against it. When the fish bite, your child will see the line start to move. It will either begin to go out as the fish runs with the bait or there will be a distinct jerking motion that your child can

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easily detect as the end of the rod as it snaps back and forth. Now is when you have your child pick up the rod and try to set the hook. Teach them not to simply reel the line in, but to give the line a good, quick yank in an attempt to hook the fish. They will be able to tell in an instant if the fish is on by the tension and feel of the line. Have them reel in, but not too fast, always being sure not to let the line go slack. Pumpkinseeds, a common pond dweller, are small in size, but their streamlined shape allows them to put up a great fight for their stature. They will zigzag to and fro in the water until your child can land them. They have sharp spines on their back fins that need to be avoided. It is important for your child to learn how to properly handle a fish once it has been caught, so as to be able to release it unharmed. Show your child how to hold the fish and remove the hook, teaching them not to be afraid of doing this. Until your child is old enough to handle this alone, you will be doing the removing, as well as putting on the worm and casting out. Bullhead will bite one right after another on a good day, and they can keep you running from child to child as they land them or lose them. Let your child either catch the fish or be responsible for it getting away, as this will help them learn what they did right or wrong. They will get a feel for when the fish are biting, when to set the hook, and how fast to reel in. Eventually, they will be able to hold the pole and

know when the fish are biting, without having to lean it against the stick. If you are going to be fishing with your kids at a river, add more split shots so you can cast out further. Rivers are more unpredictable in that there are many more species of fish that can be caught; trout, bass, white and yellow perch, suckers, pumpkinseed, and carp are commonly caught on night crawlers here in the Northeast. The potential is there for your kid to hook some decent sized fish; avoid the temptation to jump in and land the “big one”. Fishing with your kids at a river can be made even more fun by assigning each species of fish a point value. The more desirable the fish, such as a bass or trout, the higher number it is assigned. Have your kids keep track of how many points they have accumulated, with some sort of reward or prize going to the winner. Teach them to be sure to leave the pond shore or riverbank the way they found it, litter and garbage free. If the fish are not biting, a pair of binoculars can come in handy as there is bound to be something of interest around the water, whether it’s a kingfisher, a mallard, or a muskrat. Fishing with your kids can be great fun, enhanced by their learning to appreciate the outdoors and actually catching fish. Put yourself and your children in a situation where they have the best chance to succeed, and you and they will look forward to spending this time together long after they have grown up!


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Dana Point’s Ocean Institute hosts the 12th Annual Jazz Festival Hot licks and cool tones flowed from the Ocean Institute’s Jazz Festival making it one of the best events for the nonprofit with an estimated $260,000 raised. Even the rain couldn’t stop this three day food and music fest as folks enjoyed a variety of epicurean delights and adult libations with some of the hottest jazz musicians in the country. The Jazz Festival, was in conjunction with the Festival of Whales; Chairman Robert Beaulieu, Senior Vice President and Regional Manager of Pacific Western Bank, celebrated his second year as Chair of the Ocean Institute Jazz Festival. Proceeds from the Jazz Festival benefit the Ocean Institute to help fund their hands-on educational programs for children age K-12. Starting the weekend on Friday Feb. 28th, the evening featured an elegant appetizer and wine reception, highlighting Dana Point’s Luciana’s, Laguna Niguel’s Savannah Chop House and Pear Valley Vineyard wines. Jazz greats David Benoit, Peter White, Eric Marienthal and Spencer Day performed for about 300 guests. Saturday, the red carpet rolled into the glittering Premier Gala. Passed canapés prepared by the Balboa Bay Club and Resort and the Laguna Cliffs Marriott Resort and Spa precede an award winning gourmet 4-course dinner prepared by top local chefs. Starting the first course from Park Hyatt Chef Pierre Albaladejo, were Sweet Peas, Pickled Mushrooms, Young Fava Beans, Kumquats, Homemade Ricotta with Shaved Lamb Pastrami. Tantalizing our taste buds for the second course, from St. Regis Monarch Beach Chef Frederic Castan came Pan Roasted Loups de Mer, Calamari and Fennel Confit with Lobster Jalapeno Broth. The delectable third course prepared by Montage Resort Chef Rob Wilson was sea salt Roasted Chateaubriand with Dauphinoise Potato, Celery Root Truffle Puree with tiny vegetables and a Porcini Madeira Sauce. Then, the fourth course from Ritz Carlton Dana Point Chef Pedro Contreras, the oh so yummy Chocolate Peanut Caramel Tart with Peanut Powder, Chocolate cookie crumb and Peanut Butter Ice Cream. Premium wines were provided by Pear Valley Vineyards. The live auction is always incredible with items up for grabs such as Executive Chefs’ Dinner for 10 in your home. Yes, a 5 course meal with wine pairings by these incredible chefs! Also on the line up were a Corum Men’s Admiral’s Cub Luxury Watch, three nights at the Four Seasons (with airfare) in Maui, a Montage Studio Chef’s Table for 10 with wine pairings, St. Regis Wine Cellar Dinner for 12 with wine pairings and many more. Honorary Chair and Producer Rick Braun was key in getting these amazing musicians to come perform; David Benoit, Spencer Day, Peter White and Eric Marienthal got the crowd going both Friday and Saturday night with most everyone dancing in their seats and in the aisle. Sunday afternoon’s closing event featured Bristol Farms providing a deluxe box lunch, followed by a beer, cheese and wine tasting. The final concert of the Festival presented a performance by jazz artist Eric Marienthal, returning by popular demand. Using the ocean as the classroom, the Ocean Institute inspires children to learn. The Ocean Institute has become nationally known for its hands-on marine science, environmental education and maritime history programs. More than 115,000 K-12 students and 6,000 teachers annually participate in the Institute’s 61 award-winning, immersion style programs. For more information visit www.ocean-institute.org. Page 12

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New bills to be introuced to legislation Bill to exempt attorney invoices and bills from public disclosure set for hearing next week. On Tuesday, the Assembly Judiciary Committee is poised to hear legislation that would amend the CPRA pending litigation exemption to allow state and local agencies to withhold from the public the amounts they pay to outside law firms for legal services. Under this standard, if any invoice or billing statement contained information that would reveal the strategies, impressions or analysis of public agency attorneys, e.g., itemized billing statements that reflect the attorney’s work, that information would simply be redacted and the remainder of the billing statement provided to the requester. Several years ago, the County of Los Angeles, however, in response to a request for the amount it was paying to outside counsel in a specific case, took the position that even the disclosure of the amounts paid to its attorneys was allowed to be withheld. The court recognized the longstanding balancing test and ruled that attorney billing records are subject to disclosure when the records are redacted to omit attorney work product, and the records are produced as part of normal record

keeping and to facilitate the payment of attorney fees. AB 2507, supported by the County of Los Angeles, would reverse the courts’ decision. More New Bills Introduced CNPA staff has identified a few more measures since the last Legislative Bulletin that have a potential impact on the newspaper industry: AB 2492 by Assemblyman Reggie Jones-Sawyer D-Los Angeles) would authorize a local body to meet behind closed doors to grant authority to its negotiator regarding the price of and any term associated with the purchase, sale, exchange or lease of real property. AB 2720 by Assemblyman Phil Ting (D-San Francisco) would require a state body to publicly report any action taken and the vote or abstention on that action of each member present for the action; would conform the Bagley-Keene Act to a similar Brown Act provision enacted by CNPA supported legislation last year. AB 1522 by Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez (D-San Diego) would require an employer to provide, as specified, paid sick days to employees who works 7 or more days in a calendar year. AB 1436 by Assemblywoman

Marie Waldron R-Escondido) would require the State Department of Social Services to post on the department’s website all inspection reports, consultation reports, lists of deficiencies and plans of corrections for community care facilities; would also require the posting of a licensee’s appeal. AB 1571 by Assemblywoman Susan Eggman (D-Stockton) would require an applicant for the licensure of a residential care facility to provide additional, specified information; would require the Department of Social Services to develop and establish a consumer information service system to provide the public accurate and updated information regarding residential care facilities for the elderly. AB 1612 by Assemblyman Tim Donnelly (R-Twin Peaks) would require the Office of Administrative Law to make the California Code of Regulations searchable for greater public access equal to that of the California Codes. AB 1932 by Assemblyman Brian Jones (R-Santee) would require appellate court decisions to include a brief statement of the reasons for the judgment. AB 2040 by Assemblywoman Cristina Garcia (D-Bell Gardens) would require local agencies to

report the annual compensation of its public officials, including names and titles, to the Controller and to also post the information on its Web site. AB 2643 by Assemblyman Bob Wieckowski (D-Fremont) would create a private right of action against a person who distributes a sexually explicit image of another person that causes the person depicted to suffer emotional distress; would define affirmative defenses to that cause of action and would authorize a pseudonym for the true name of the plaintiff. AB 2687 by Assemblyman Raul Bocanegra (D-Los Angeles) would add the state employee classification “Licensed Program Analyst” to the list of persons whose home addresses are confidential if contained in DMV records. SB 1366 by Senator Lou Correa would, as specified, authorize and regulate intrastate Internet poker.

oc fair to feature California Artisans of All Types Entry registration is now open at ocfair.com/competitions. Bakers, quilters, woodworkers, photographers and other artisans of all ages are invited to showcase their talents at the 2014 OC Fair (July 11-August 10). New this year, some competitions have been opened to California residents outside Orange County. Details for the 2014 OC Fair competitions are available at ocfair. com/competitions. The following competitions are open to adult California residents: • Culinary: Baked Goods & Confections, Food Blog, Preserved Foods, Sugar Arts, Table Settings, Home & Commercial Wine • Garden & Floral: Container Plant, Cut Flower, Floral Arrangements (Fresh, Dry & Specialty), Fruit & Vegetable, Live Floral Design • Crafts & Hobbies: Jewelry, Fiber Arts, Handcrafts and Collections • Visual Arts: Photography, Woodworking, and Fine Art • Livestock: Rabbits, Poultry, Pygmy Goats, Angora Goats and Dairy Goats Competitions open only to adults residing in Orange County include: Fiber Arts, Collections, and Hand Crafts & Hobbies (excluding Jewelry Arts). Young artisans (18 and younger) from throughout California are also invited to showcase their talents at the 2014 OC Fair in youth competitions including: Baked Page 14

Goods & Confections, Sugar Arts, Table Settings, Container Plants, Cut Flowers, Floral Arrangements (16-18 only), Fruit & Vegetables, Jewelry Arts and the Student Film Festival. Competitions open only to Orange County residents and students include: Photography, Drawing, Painting, Computer Images, Woodworking, Collections, Crafts & Hobbies (excluding Jewelry Arts), and Fiber Arts. The OC Fair competitive entries require online registration in advance and the deadlines for entry registrations are as follows: • May 2 – Homebrew (Homemade Beer) • May 3 – Commercial Wine • May 24 – Home Wine • June 1 – Crafts & Hobbies & Visual Arts • June 6 – Livestock • June 9 – Culinary Entry registration for these competitions is currently being accepted online at ocfair.com/ competitions. Free online entry “Help Days” are from May 28 – May 30, Wednesday-Friday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the OC Fair & Event Center Administration Building. Entry registration deadlines and Help Days for Garden & Floral competitions vary, visit ocfair.com/ competitions for the list of dates and times. In addition to the traditional competitions, the OC Fair is offering

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several unique contests this year: • California State Parks 150th Anniversary Photography Competition – Winning photos of a California state park will receive a free day pass to any state park, a commemorative pin and award ribbon. • Special Culinary Arts Contest – Have your culinary masterpiece judged live at the Fair. Each Saturday contest has a unique theme and contestants register the Wednesday before each contest. See the Culinary Arts Guide at ocfair. com/competitions for details. • Digital Photography Shoot Out – Join us at the Fair to compete in this live, timed photography contest on August 2. Contest is limited to the first 40 amateur photographers to register. • Knots of Love – Knit caps are made and collected for donation to chemotherapy patients throughout the U.S. who have experienced traumatic hair loss. It’s free to enter and open to any U.S. resident. • Quilts of Valor - Patriotic quilt blocks are made and collected to build quilts for active duty U.S. military and U.S. veterans. It’s free to enter and open to any U.S. resident. • Many Faces of the Fair – This photography contest invites Fairgoers to capture a special moment at the Fair to be featured at the next year’s OC Fair. Details on all the competitions

at the 2014 OC Fair is available at ocfair.com/competitions. The 2014 OC Fair, themed Summer Starts Here,is July 11 – August 10 and will bring 23 days of food, rides, exhibits, animals, music, action sports and fun, as well as the Super Pass, Toyota Summer Concert Series at the Pacific Amphitheatre and events in The Hangar and Action Sports Arena. The Fair is open Wednesday-Sunday. Concert tickets, action sports reserved seats, single-day general admission and the popular Super Pass are available for purchase online at ocfair.com or from the on-site Box Office. The OC Fair & Event Center is located off the 405 and 55 freeways at 88 Fair Drive in Costa Mesa. For more information, please visit ocfair. com, become a fan at Facebook. com/OCFair, follow us at twitter. com/ocfair or call (714) 708-1500. Download the free OC Fair iPhone and Android apps available this summer.


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LADERA RANCH NEWS R est aurant Antonucci’s Restaurant Serving authentic Italian seafood and award-winning pizza since 1976 with exciting appetizers and a full bar and live entertainment on Saturday evening.

24190 Alicia Parkway Mission Viejo. 949-472-4332 Cinnamon Productions Bakery Café

Breakfast can be delightfully decadent with sugary cinnamon rolls like grandma used to make or lighter eggs and toast or scones. Some interesting sandwich possibilities and strong hot coffee OPEN Sunday/Monday 6:30am to 4:00pm Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 6:00am to 8:00pm

25672 Crown Valley Pkwy. 949-218-1515 Claim Jumper Monster salad bar, great steaks, full bar with a wide selection of beers and wines to choose from.

27845 Santa Margarita Pkwy, Mission Viejo 461.7170 Cosmo’s Italian Kitchen Owners Bob Quinn and Dick Fisher celebrate their 5th anniversary with special dinners Monday, Wednesday and Sunday. Open 11am Monday to Friday.

28562 Oso Pkwy 949.216.9029 Diho Siam Authentic Thai and Chinese food at affordable prices. Many varieties of Thai and Chinese delicacies. Chicken, Beef, Pork, Tofu and Vegetarian! Barbecue Chicken, Crispy Duck, Beef w/Oyster Sauce. Spicy Cat Fish. Hours: Open daily from 11am to 9pm; Sat. & Sun. until 9:30pm.

27702 Crown Valley Pkwy E-3 365-8777 Don Gustavo’s Authentic Mexican Food with homestyle flavor, menu items include Chile Relleno, Carnitas, Fajitas, Eggs Machaca, Chimicangas, Veggie Burrito, Fish Tacos, Shrimp Enchiladas, Taco Salad. Margaritas, Tequilas y Mas! Plus catering at your home or office. Open for lunch & dinner 7 days a week, plus Weekend Breakfast. Located at Oso/ Marguerite in the Pavillion’s Shopping center,

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Breakfast served daily from 8am to 11am Smokey Joe Croissants, Sausage, Eggs, Bacon.Try their hot link Breakfast Burrito, for lunch the wood fired dogs have all best flavors, tastes and toppings.

1701 Corporate Drive, Ladera Ranch (949) 364-7080 Jalapeno’s Restaurant Open for breakfast, lunch & dinner. Authentic Mexican food including Chili Verde, Omelettes, Huevos Rancheros, Tostadas, Carne Asada, Menudo, traditional burritos including Beef, Chicken, Fish, Beans (Vegetarian), Chile Rellenos, Taquitos, Enchiladas. Imported and domestic beers.

27602 Antonio Pkwy, 364-5614

The Ranch Sports Grill All Laker games, NHL, Fox Soccer and all Top Games. Taco Tuesdays, Slider Wednesdays, Taste of Italy Thursdays, DJ Friday nights. Happy Hour 11am to 6pm Mon.- Fri.

27412 Antonio Pkwy. 429-7737 Selma’s Chicago Pizzeria & Tap Room Selma’s serves 6 different styles of pizzas: Deep Dish, Chicago Pie, Low Profile, Artisan, Artisan Wheat, and Gluten Free. Plus great pastas, gourmet salads, Panini sandwiches, appetizers, desserts, and one of the largest selections of beers & wine in the area.Selmas’ offers full service or drop and go Catering.

G u id e Restaurant Reviews Wanted!

Have you dined out recently in Ladera Ranch? The Ladera Ranch News would like your opinion and we are actively looking for more reviews of local area restaurants that are NOT already listed on this page. Please make it brief and informative with 50 words or less. Reviews must include your name, phone or email address (please do not send reviews on fast food or strictly pizza places). Please send your Restaurant Review to newseditorials@yahoo.com

27702 Crown Valley Pkwy, Ladera Ranch. (949) 388-7260

Latte Da Bagelry & Grill Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner served all day. Fifteen different types of bagels made daily. Salads, burgers, plus Italian specialties like Chicken Alfredo. opens at 6am daily; closes at 9pm Monday through Saturday, open until 4pm on Sunday.

21612 Plano Trabuco Road at Santa Margarita Parkway in the Albertson’s Center in Rancho Santa Margarita. 949-589-6405 O’Neill’s Bar & Grill at the Arroyo Trabuco Golf Club. Sunday Brunch at O’Neill’s is a delicious and leisurely experience. Zagat calls it the “best value in Orange County.” Daily specials include fresh fish, steaks, pizza and hearty sandwiches.

26772 Avery Pkwy, Mission Viejo. 949-305-5100 Peppino’s Newly remodeled restaurant on the Lake, expanded the dining area, full service bar, waiting lounge and a front dining patio. The rear-dining terrace offers a beautiful view of Lake Mission Viejo. Happy Hour daily from 3:00 to 7:00 pm.

Simply Fondue Fabulous fondues composed of delicious meats, cheeses, breads, fruits and vegetables with steaming savory sauces. Worth the short trip to

31761 Camino Capistrano, San Juan Capistrano 949.240.0300

Trabuco Oaks Steakhouse Forty years serving choice meats and seafood. Home of the famous “2-pound steak.” Relax while you sip one of our sumptuous wines or cocktails or a frosty beer. Everyone welcome - straight from work or off the trail or dressed for a night out. OPEN: Sun.-Thurs. 5pm to 9pm; Fri. and Sat. 5pm to 9:30pm. Please call after 2pm for reservations.

949-586-0722

27780 Vista del Lago, Mission Viejo 859.9556 P.F. Changs China Bistro Superb Shanghai Street Noodles, available in few places on the globe, make the trip to Mission Viejo Mall a veritable necessity.

800 The Shops at Mission Viejo, Ruby Rosensteel, 364-6661

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On May 10th, from 11am to 4pm, Ladera Ranch business will be on display at Oso Grande Elementary School. The ‘Ladera Ranch Community and Business Expo’ is THE largest & most anticipated business and family event in Ladera Ranch. Let’s promote, strengthen and celebrate our local businesses, and feel good about shopping locally. Quite simply, get to know your Ladera neighbors and take advantage of what they have to offer. Learn more at LaderaExpo.com


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