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Peters co-sponsors ‘Keeping Families Together Act’ BY DAVE SCHWAB | LA JOLLA VILLAGE NEWS

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U.S. Rep. Scott Peters (CA-52) defended his co-sponsorship of the Keeping Families Together Act, which would immediately halt separating families at the U.S.-Mexico

border, as the right thing to do. Noting border issues are “complicated,” Peters said asylum seekers “have a right to a hearing and we want to give them that.” Concerning asylum seekers, Peters said, “There’s no reason not

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SD Rules Committee votes Ward, President Pro Tem Barbara port of the ordinance, which would in favor of single use plastic Bry, and Myrtle Cole - who chairs the place restrictions on the use of Rules Committee - voted in favor. expanded polystyrene (commonly reduction ordinance The Rules Committee voted 3-2 in favor of the proposed ban on Polystyrene foam and restrictions on single use plastics in the City of San Diego ordinance, which now moves to a full City Council vote as early as September. Councilmembers Chris

Councilmembers’ Chris Kersey and Chris Cate voted against. Representatives from Surfrider Foundation, 5 Gyres Institute, SD350.org, Teamsters Local 911, California Grocers’ Association, and Business For Good all spoke in sup-

referred to as styrofoam), and reduce the distribution of other types of single-use plastics in San Diego. Surfrider San Diego volunteers collected 12,575 pieces of expanded polystyrene from San Diego beaches in 2017 alone.

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requires DHS to develop policies and procedures allowing parents and children to locate each other and reunite if they have been separated. Recently, Peters spoke out on the House floor demanding an immediate change to the separation policy. In early June, he joined Democratic colleagues to ask that the Appropriations Committee limit the Department of Homeland Security’s ability to use funds allocated to separate children and parents. The Obama Administration had been continuing a “catch and release” policy under the previous Bush Administration, which is a practice of releasing an immigrant to the community while he/she awaits hearings in immigration court, as an alternative to holding them in immigration detention. Under that policy, migrants whom U.S. immigration enforcement agencies had allowed to remain in the community pending immigrant hearings were deemed low-risk, such as children, families and those seeking asylum. “Under catch and release, if people didn’t come back for their hearing — they were expelled,” said Peters. “Most people did come back.” Peters pointed out that, though the Trump Administration has

rescinded its policy of separating families, “We’re still putting them in cages on concrete floors. That’s very unAmerican. I think it’s racially driven, and not consistent with American values.” Peters is a proponent of protecting Dreamers, alien minors in the United States, with legislation that would first grant them conditional residency, while they work toward permanent residency. “That’s most obviously the leastthreatening issue,” the Congressman said. “Many of these Dreamers don’t even know the language of their home country, and they’re some of the finest people you’d ever want to know.” Peters said upwards of 80 percent of Americans “want to let Dreamers be citizens.” Concerning the Trump border wall, Peters said, “The wall in so many ways is such a bad idea. Not just the fact that it would cost $20 billion, enough for one and onehalf aircraft carriers. But just think what we could do with that money with homelessness or education. Our trade with Mexico is an important part of our economy, and the border is the busiest land port in the world. The notion that we would insult Mexico with this wall is just antithetical to the very character of all the communities along the border from San Diego.

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La Jolla restaurateur, Dorado, ordered to face trial for rape BY NEAL PUTNAM | LA JOLLA VILLAGE NEWS

A judge ordered the owner of a La Jolla restaurant June 28 to stand trial on 27 counts of rape and other sex charges involving eight women who were apparently given druglaced alcohol that left most of them unconscious or severely inebriated. Seven of the eight women testified against Daniel Dorado, 59, in a two-day preliminary hearing before San Diego Superior Court Judge Michael Groch. A detective testified about what the eighth victim told her about her alleged assault. The 27 charges include forcible rape, rape and oral copulation of an intoxicated or unconscious person, forcible oral copulation, digital penetration, felony sexual battery, and assault with intent to commit rape. If Dorado is convicted of all charges, he would face a maximum sentence of 32 years in prison. He has no prior record. He has pleaded not guilty. His attorneys, Brian White and Lindsey Mercer, persuaded Groch to dismiss seven charges on insufficient evidence grounds which was opposed by Deputy District Attorneys Katherine Flaherty and Jessica Coto. Dorado's daughter and her husband attended the hearing, along with a family friend. Dorado was dressed in blue clothing and one hand was handcuffed to a chair

both days. He is divorced. Dorado has owned the Voce Del Mare restaurant at 5721 La Jolla Blvd. in the Bird Rock area for years. The restaurant closed after his March 28 arrest. Groch ordered Dorado to next appear in court on July 12 to set a trial date. He remains in jail on $900,000 bail. The women varied in age from 22 to 57 years at the time. The first incident occurred in 2009 and the others were alleged to have occurred in 2014, 2015, and 2017. The last incident is alleged to have occurred Jan. 21 to an Orange County woman who had driven down to meet Dorado in the restaurant. Every single victim said they were given either a pink drink, wine, or champagne by Dorado that they did not see poured. Every victim said they become very intoxicated quickly, and several woke up to realizing Dorado was either having sex with them or they were not wearing clothing. Most of the women did not report the incidents initially because they said they were embarrassed and often blamed themselves for what happened. Some only came forward after Dorado was arrested. One woman said she didn't consider herself a victim until she read stories about Dorado.

Some women did report the incidents to either police or sheriff's deputies, but a case against Dorado was not brought by the District Attorney's office until after his arrest. Most of the women got into contact with Dorado by answering an employment ad for a hostess at the restaurant, but little talk of business occurred. Two women met him on a dating match service called Elite Singles. All of the women said they eventually threw up after drinking the beverages Dorado gave them. Several said Dorado told them the pinkness in the drink was from cranberries. Most said they had large gaps in their memory. A few of the assaults allegedly occurred in the restaurant where there was a couch in his office, but most of the other encounters occurred in either La Jolla hotels or his residence where he lived in Solana Beach at the time. Some of the women later noticed various bruises and other injuries. Several said they woke up to Dorado biting their nipples, causing abrasions. Detective Travis Demas testified that a woman told him that Dorado "would bite her breasts." Dorado drove the women to their cars, and many testified they drove home even though they were likely too drunk to drive. One woman tes-

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tified she stopped her car in Pacific Beach and called for a Lyft ride home as she was too drunk to drive. She said she called Lyft the next day to find out where the driver picked her up because she could not recall where she left her car. The youngest victim, who is now 25, testified she showed up at the restaurant at 9:30 p.m. on April 27, 2015, to be interviewed by Dorado for a hostess job. She said she had two glasses of wine and was seated on the couch in his office. "I lost conscious(ness) really fast," said the woman. "I remembered trying to wake up. He was on top of me. I was not strong enough to get him off me." Her phone rang and her mother was calling her, as she was concerned. The woman realized it was 4 a.m. and she and Dorado were not wearing clothing. Dorado answered the phone initially and she told her mother she was fine, but she said "I feared for my life at that point." "He let me leave but told me... not to say anything to anyone. It seemed like it was more of a threat," said the

woman. Under cross-examination, the woman said she filed a lawsuit against Dorado, saying "I want justice." The woman drove home and told her mother what happened. She had a rape exam taken that morning in a hospital. In a stipulation, Coto said DNA found on the woman matched Dorado's DNA profile. A 37-year-old bartender said she answered Dorado's ad for a wine porter in 2017 and met him at the restaurant for an interview. She was surprised the restaurant was closed at the time, but he poured some wine for her. The bartender said she felt drunk after getting a third glass of wine. She said she was experienced with drinking, but this was the most intoxicated she had ever felt in her life. She declined to sit on his couch, but she said he began touching her. She pushed him off. "I felt he was trying to bully me," said the bartender. READ MORE ONLINE AT sdnews.com


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Local reaction to proposed ‘greening’ of La Jolla cultural zone: Support for new idea expressed BY DAVE SCHWAB | LA JOLLA VILLAGE NEWS

A random survey finds La Jollans overwhelming favoring a visionary proposal by contractor Tom Grunow to restore the luster to the La Jolla Cultural Zone by “greening” it and making it more walkable. Grunow has proposed taking steps, including building an underground parking structure beneath La Jolla Recreation Center at 615 Prospect St., to enhance the existing La Jolla Cultural Zone. The contractor outlined his preliminary vision in a recent charrette attended by numerous community stakeholders. “This is a good idea that will invigorate La Jolla's Cultural District, improve the usability of the Rec Center, and help ease our parking shortage,” said landscape architect Jim Neri. “While it won't be easy, it will advance the project if we just get out of our own way and provide a community endorsement for it in concept. The rest will follow traditional requirements (geotechnical investigation, traffic, air quality, etc.) that would unearth potential problems … or we could take a page out of the Lindbergh Field flight plan and study alternatives for 25 years before building it anyway.” “The La Jolla Rec Center board members voted unanimously to support the concept under the conditions that the parking garage did not delay our playground renovation unreasonably, and that it will not impact our very limited play area in any way space wise, environmentally, or otherwise,” said Mary Coakley Munk. “This is a project that has great potential merit and, to my knowledge, there has never been a project in La Jolla where anyone has worked as hard

Coastkeeper, Port of San Diego bring climate science to local schools San Diego Coastkeeper and the Port of San Diego have launched a new set of bilingual lessons featuring water and climate science, available for use in local schools. The lessons are the latest addition to Coastkeeper’s Water Education For All program, a standards-aligned K12 science curriculum available free of cost to San Diego-area teachers and informal educators. Funded by the Port’s Environmental Fund, the new water and climate lessons guide students in learning about how human activities influence the natural world. By participating in the lessons, students learn how to calculate their personal carbon footprint and plastic usage, and are empowered to develop and implement plans to reduce their impact and share out-

as Tom Grunow to vet the pros and cons with as many community members, groups, facilities, etc. La Jolla has so much potential, but until everyone can decide that they are willing to work for the good of the community … Whether the underground garage is good for the community, or not, needs to be determined by open minds.” Loosely defined, La Jolla’s Cultural Zone is a broad area surrounding the rec center comprising 17 historical sites including Wisteria Cottage, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego (closed for reconstruction), La Jolla Woman’s Club and La Valencia Hotel. There are an additional 28 historical cottages associated with the zone. Among them, Scripps Institution of Oceanography (SIO) cottages in La Jolla Shores, and the Red Roost & Red Rest beach bungalows overlooking the Cove. "I know first-hand how difficult it is to get new ideas implemented in our Village and down at the City,” said Sheila Fortune, executive director of La Jolla Village Merchants Association. "We need leaders like Tom Grunow, who are willing to step out with their voices and get some of these great ideas energy and community support. This Village has been living in the past glory days for far too long. The charrette that Tom put together was thoughtful, professional, and is exactly the kind of forum that needs to be implemented for our entire Village. With that energy and community support, La Jolla can look as beautiful and our Village can thrive again." Parking in the cultural zone is a primary concern of La Valencia managing director Mark DiBella. “The Village of La Jolla continues

to fall behind other older and newly emerging San Diego mixed-use communities which also have retail, restaurants, entertainment and residences combined – this is in part due to a lack of available parking,” DiBella said. “I support the proposal for the addition of public parking and endorse projects where parking facilities do not impede on the public visuals. Underground parking at the La Jolla Rec Center is an ideal match for the community with a location benefiting multiple vested parties.” DiBella added a key to the parking proposal “is that the facility includes security, ample lighting and stateof-the-art parking access and market parking rates. … The charm and ambiance of the Village can be retained through thoughtful and forward planning while also ensuring that the needs of today’s urban market demographics are met.” Longtime La Jolla civic activist Joe LaCava urged Grunow and supporters to “stay the course.” “Continue to listen to everyone, and incorporate good ideas,” urged LaCava. “Be modest in claiming momentum.” LaCava added he appreciated “the extraordinary effort and passion at play here.” Bill Kellogg of the La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club was on board with the cultural-zone proposal. “There is almost unanimous recognition that our Jewel needs some polishing,” said Kellogg. “Tom’s passion and willingness to include as many people in the process of developing great plans for the park should be celebrated by the community. Let’s keep this project moving ahead and kudos to Tom for taking the lead.”

comes with their families, friends, and communities. The lesson plan is hands-on, inquiry-based, and standards-aligned to help teachers ensure their students achieve Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and Common Core State Standards (CCSS). “We believe that as environmental educators, our job is not only to inform local students of the challenges that face them, but equip them with the tools they need to develop real-life solutions to those challenges,” says Coastkeeper Education Manager Sandra Lebrón. “Climate change and plastic pollution are two of the largest issues facing the next generation. By providing students with engaging, locally-rooted science education, we are empowering San Diego’s youth to take the lead in creating a better world for us all.” The new lessons were piloted at

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Dockless bike share program, Spin, thrives at UC San Diego BY BLAKE BUNCH | LA JOLLA VILLAGE NEWS

First, there was DecoBike – an app-based bike share program that, among many frustrating points to locals, utilized centralized docks (storage locations) for the vehicles. That went the way of the Dodo. Next, citizens began to see brightly colored LimeBikes, Ofos, etc. ad nauseam populating boardwalks, streets and thoroughfares throughout the city. Then, there was the propagation of electronic scooters, dispensed by both Bird and LimeBike, causing a myriad of safety concerns and evaluation of the City’s current regulation. While the eco-conscious efforts of these vendors, as well as their providing an alternative to the City’s public transportation, the benefits are often overshadowed by NIMBY concerns. At the University of California San Diego, however, Spin, an app-based, dockless bike share program as well, has recently lauded their success on campus. The pilot program, in operation since December 2017, has shown more than 91,000 rides for more than 15,600 miles, which saved roughly 17,100 pounds of CO2. Obviously, UC San Diego’s vast campus provides a much different climate, with variably comparable traffic concerns to those of coastal communities. “For navigation inside a university, there’s nothing better than riding a bike or walking,” said Josh

Shawn Strande, deputy director of the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) utilizes Spin bikes daily.

Kavanagh, director of transportation at UC San Diego. “Ultimately, we want to support pedestrian-andbike-friendly walkways to allow this mode of transportation to flourish.” A majority of UC San Diego students arrive at campus via buses and other public transportation, so having centralized Spin “high use” locations close to bus stops is crucial. Not

only does this make getting to class easier for students and faculty, but also decongests public transport bus racks. To what does Kavanagh attribute to the success of Spin on UC San Diego’s campus? “The quality of the partner we’ve found in Spin,” Kavanagh said. “Whereas other communities have-

had trouble with congestion and safety, because we’ve partnered with one vendor, we don’t see multiple vendors over-providing bicycles.” Although Spin was launched solely on UC San Diego’s campus, it is not prohibited for non-students/faculty to download the app and use bikes in the area. Kavanagh says that at least 25 percent of users dur-

ing their pilot program are linked to non-UC email accounts. Perhaps a conscious neighbor model that other dock-less transport vendors have ignored, or simply don’t have the means or manpower to oversee, this summer, Spin will be running a trial program of sorts to deal with congestion. While some students and faculty are still attending classes and otherwise continuing their studies on a quiet campus, Spin and UC are trying out a model to which riders are rewarded for moving bikes from “low-use areas” to “hig-use” ones. Incentives to doing so could result in a free or discounted ride, or credits to the user’s account. “Also, during this exploratory trial, the program will be offering unlimited rides during the summer,” said Kavanagh. “This will ensure that the fleet is well-used, and will also allow us to gain a better idea of rates, which will allow for better use during the academic year. We’re fortunate to have Spin doing such a great job of not only regulating the bikes, but incentivizing users as well.” Could this model work, on a larger scale, in coastal communities? This issue of several vendors providing dockless transport seems like a Darwinist concept. Maybe if the City looked into a solo vendor in each field, things could be easier to regulate?

La Jolla MAD decision reversed, future appeal is likely BY DAVE SCHWAB | LA JOLLA VILLAGE NEWS

It’s been a see-saw battle with the La Jolla maintenance assessment district (MAD). It was legal — then it wasn’t. Now it might be again. Passed by a 56 percent to 44 percent margin by mail ballot of residents and businesses within La Jolla's downtown Village in November 2016, the MAD was supposed to have taken effect Jan. 1, 2018. Enhance La Jolla, nonprofit, was formed to lobby for the proposed MAD, and was sanctioned by La Jolla voters to administer the new MAD should it become operative. But a landlord group known as La Jolla Benefits Association (LJBA) filed a lawsuit to block formation of the La Jolla MAD on Dec. 28, 2016 in San Diego Superior Court. Attorney Maria Severson of the law firm of Aguirre & Severson LLP, representing LJBA, said landlords were arguing the proposed MAD “does not provide special benefits, but rather, only dresses up the City Charter’s mandated duty to provide special benefits. … The [MAD] is real-

ly just a second tax on services the City is supposed to already be providing.” In a Nov. 30, 2017 judgment, San Diego Judge Randa Trapp ruled the La Jolla MAD was unconstitutional. “The general public should not be required to pay for special benefits for the few, and the few specially benefited should not be subsidized by the general public,” Trapp stated. So the business improvement district, La Jolla Village Merchants Association, stepped in to continue basic Village maintenance functions, like watering hanging flower baskets. “LJVMA requested to the City back in March from our budget funds to move $9,000 from the design/landscape category to personnel to cover the part-time person we re-hired to water the plants, sweep and pick-up trash,” said Sheila Fortune, LJVMA’s former executive director. “This person was previously in our budget under the Sparkle & Shine campaign for almost three years, prior to this past December when we closed the program anticipating the start-up of

the MAD in January 2018.” Fortune noted the BID “also had to incur expenses of $3,500 for replanting the hanging flower pots, as they had all died.That was pulled from our contingency category. These expenses were covered due to the MAD not moving forward as anticipated, but had to be done in order to try and save the baskets and keep the cleaning services.” However, the situation with the MAD’s legality flip-flopped recently on June 27, after Judge Trapp revisited her previous ruling on the MAD’s unconstitutionality. The second time around, Trapp determined the benefits association “had no standing in the case.” In law, standing refers to the ability of a party to demonstrate to the court sufficient connection to, and harm from, the law or action challenged to support that party's participation in the case. “The judge did not overturn her ruling on the merits of our complaint, where we prevailed in her prior ruling,” said Lincoln Foster of LJBA. “However, she believed there was a technical flaw in the structure

of the plaintiff's entity, and therefore ruled that the plaintiff's structure did not permit her to revisit the merits. We believe the judge is in error, and do plan the appropriate appeal process.” Commented plaintiff ’s attorney Maria Severson: “The court decided in a six-page ruling that the maintenance assessment district was unlawful. We respectfully believe the post-judgment court decision regarding standing is in error, as the real party in interest in the plaintiff LLC is obligated to pay the tax, and was as of the date of the timely filing.” Added Severson: “We have scheduled the earliest available motion date for the court to reconsider the recent order and allow the legal challenge to go forward – especially having previously ruled it was invalid. To do otherwise would impose an unlawful assessment on the property owners within the MAD.” Ed Witt, Enhance La Jolla treasurer, said his group, which works closely with philanthropic nonprofit, fundraising La Jolla Community

Foundation, was pleased by this most recent turn of events. Witt noted the lawsuit “was not against the MAD or Enhance La Jolla, it was against the the City of San Diego for granting the MAD.” Witt said any future money spent by a MAD on community beautification would be carefully proscribed. “We’re not even legally allowed to empty a trash can,” said Witt, adding, “It’s a great way for La Jolla to have some control over the Village and how it appears. This will allow us to power wash sidewalks and a lot of other things. I think it will make a big difference. We’ll be able to restore La Jolla to the Jewel.” Witt noted a new Village MAD would benefit both residents and businesses. “The more businesses succeed, the more property values will go up and we’ll all enjoy a better life,” he said. “This is so important for everyone who loves and enjoys La Jolla. All of us will benefit from this community effort.” For more information visit www.enhancelajolla.org.


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Inaugural San Diego Sneaks Summer Classic held in La Jolla with good reception BY TANNER COLEMAN | LA JOLLA VILLAGE NEWS

On Saturday, July 7 the inaugural (and soon to be annual) San Diego Sneaks Summer Classic 5- on-5 basketball tournament took place at the La Jolla Recreation Center. The tournament was a fun, yet a competitive couple of days on the blacktop courts. The tournament was spawned by basketball enthusiasts and friends Sawsun Khodapanah and Tyson Youngs. The two have been in the La Jolla community since high school and have left a mark in basketball communities across the San Diego area. “Tyson and I have been in the La Jolla community since high school, as well as various basketball spots in San Diego,” said Khodapanah. “We used our network of friends and basketball players across La Jolla and San Diego to form 12 teams of five or more players.” The San Diego Sneaks Summer Classic tournament was a one-day event, held from 8 a.m. to about 6

Sawsun Khodapanah, the tournament’s founder, releases a jump shot during the July 7 tournament.

p.m. The games lasted to 25 points and showed the spirit of the teams that were able to advance and win the tournament over the course of a long hot summer day on the blacktop courts. La Jolla High School and The Bish-

op’s School basketball coach and legend Kamal Assaf played in the tournament as well, and described the event as, “a great way for kids out of high school and even college to keep playing basketball, especially in the summer, even when it’s hot.

This tournament will only grow and I can’t wait to see more people next year,” he added. With two courts side by side, the tournament was extremely exhilarating with two games going on the whole day.

The tournament also included Cool Bros Mexican eatery. Cool Bros offers tacos, burritos, and fajitas for a quick snack in between games. There was also music playing by the food station for players to relax and enjoy a great day of basketball. The event also encouraged people to take a chance on raffles, with prizes such as NBA jerseys from some of the best players in the league. There were also chances to win some of the best basketball shoes one can buy, from the newest Nike to the flashiest of Adidas. The tournament was an enjoyable experience for not only the players but spectators as well. The creators and teams of the tournament hope that more people come out each and every year to watch some thrilling basketball on display. To sign up for the San Diego Summer Sneaks Classic 5-on-5 tournament, or to find out more information, email Sawsun Khodapanah at sawsunk@gmail.com or call 858729-3210.

Rebecca and Vanessa Rogers, University City High School twin pole-vaulters BY ED PIPER | LA JOLLA VILLAGE NEWS

“He just turned 2,” said Vanessa Rogers as Winston, a rather large black labrador, barked loudly and continually jumped against the family screen door as a visitor approached. Meanwhile, her sister, Rebecca, the other half of the Rogers pole-vaulting twins, did some lastminute things before an interview. In the Rogers household, Winston nearly took center stage away from the University City High athletes, rising juniors among a cadre of female and male Centurion vaulters whom Mike Hogan coaches. The amiable family pet, sprawled contentedly on the family room floor, worked his tongue into a hollow dog toy stuffed with peanut butter, as the conversation scaled the heights of trying to fly through the air at the end of a wildly bending stick planted on the ground. My introduction to the twins had been at the CIF San Diego Section Finals, where, when asked which twin was older, Rebecca had said, “I am, by two minutes.” Which Vanessa followed with, “Yeah, and her PR (personal record) is two inches high-

UC San Diego swimming, diving programs join Mountain Pacific Sports Federation The University of California San Diego men's and women's swimming and diving programs are joining the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF), with immediate effect for the 2018-19 season. The

er, too,” with a frown. Now three inches separate them: Both vaulted 9-feet-2-inches high at the Dick Wilkins Frosh-Soph Invite in April, but Rebecca upped her PR to 9-feet-5inches high at both the CIF Prelims and Finals in May. “She’s a little more talkative. She’s a little more muscular. She’s a little shorter,” said Allison Rogers, their mother, of Vanessa, who stands 5 feet tall, when she’s not arching over the bar at the UCHS pit. Even in the offseason, the girls will practice three times a week in a sport they are dedicated to and which they obviously enjoy. “‘Nessa’ means ‘miracle’ in Hebrew, so I wanted that name,” said Allison. “I love both (nick) names— Nessa and Becca.” The two, while working closely together on the craft under the wise eyes of Hogan, a vaulting specialist, also exercise leadership among their classmates. Rebecca just finished the school year as sophomore class president, with her younger sibling serving as vice president. Then, they’ve pretty much switched places for their upcoming junior year, during which

Vanessa will serve as class president, with Becca the commissioner of publicity. It’s an intricate dance between siblings in a close family. While dad Ron Rogers coaches wrestling and teaches AP English literature at San Pasqual High, Allison has the “mom taxi” humming most days. Allison tells a funny story about her pregnancy. “I called Paul Rudy (of KUSI PPR) and told him we were pregnant. He said, ‘Who’s your doctor?’ I said, ‘I don’t have one yet.’ He said, ‘Well, get one.’ There was a camera crew there. The nurse said, ‘I’m not a doctor, but I think there might be two (babies).” That was the first time they heard they might have twins. Vanessa: “I don’t think we’d be nearly as competitive if we weren’t twins.” Rebecca: “I would still have straight A’s (even if I weren’t a twin).” Hogan says, “They come from a gymnastics background. It helps them because they have awareness of how they move in space. They’re both driven and hard-working.”

MPSF Administrative Committee granted the membership. The league made the announcement on July 6. The change in league alignment comes after UC San Diego's sustained long-term success in the Pacific Collegiate Swimming and Diving Conference (PCSC). The Tritons depart following a decade of dominance as winners of the last 10

PCSC championships in a row by both their men and women. The women brought home 15 PCSC trophies in total, and the men 11, since 2002. The switch to the MPSF is in line with UC San Diego's move from the NCAA Division II level to Division I in the fall of 2020. All of the Tritons' new opponents in the MPSF will be Division I foes. Their addition

Vanessa (left) and Rebecca Rogers.

gives the MPSF 14 teams in the sport, eight on the women's side and six for the men. UC San Diego will compete in the 2019 MPSF Championships against BYU, Cal Poly, Hawai'i, Pacific, UC Santa Barbara, UC Davis (women), and local rivals from the University of San Diego (women). The swim portion of the 2019 conference meet is set to be held Feb. 20-23 at

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East Los Angeles College (ELAC) in Monterey Park for the eighth straight year, while diving will be contested Feb. 21-23 at the Rose Bowl Aquatics Center in Pasadena for the sixth year in a row. The Tritons previously competed at ELAC during a pair of PCSC Championships (2016, 2017) and multiple editions of the A3 Performance Invitational (2013, 2014, 2015, 2016).


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University City updates: Coffee and cars, Girl Scout awards and more Summer Concerts at Standley Park The 2018 Concert Series features bands from a variety of musical styles, including many professional bands with local University City residents. All concerts are held at Standley Park, 3585 Governor Drive. New this year, all concerts are scheduled for Sunday evenings from 5 to 7 p.m.. The 2018 summer concert schedule is as follows: July 8: Teaser – Arena Rock with UC resident Rick Kern; July 15: Rare Form – Alternative Rock with UC resident Dan Pena; July 22: Relative Minors & Friends with UC resident Craig Zinser; July 29: Rachel Aldous & The Long Road Home, old-time country, bluegrass, folk and western swing; Aug. 5: Full Strength Funk Band with UC resident Pamela Gallo; Aug. 12: Siers Brothers – Classic rock; Aug.19: Corvelles – Supremes Tribute; Aug. 26: Forecast – Jazz variety with UC resident Greg Pardue. Bring your beach chairs and a picnic dinner, and enjoy the free summer concerts, made possible by the sponsorships provided by Scripps Health, Costa Verde Regency Center, UCCA, and the efforts of the Standley Park Recreation Council. Make sure to use #UCSummerConcerts and #StandleyPark when posting photos on social media.

Bird Rock Coffee Roasters launches barista-created drink menu Bird Rock Coffee Roasters recemtly announced the start of their barista-created drink menu, starting with two drinks featured this summer. Though Bird Rock Coffee staff have created drinks for the seasonal menu in the past, this is the

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More than 45 automobiles were shown during the Fourth of July UC Celebration, being the second year that the UC Cars and Coffee group organized the car show event. The fan favorite winner was the 1957 Chevy Bel Air, with two red Volkswagens tying for second place – a Carmen Ghia and a bus. The Kids Favorite was a baby blue De Tomaso Pantera. UC Cars and Coffee events are held the last Saturday of every month from 8 to 10 a.m. The next will be held on July

University City Blood Drive The next UC Blood Drive is scheduled for Saturday, July 14 from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. You'll find the Bloodmobile in the parking lot of the Sprouts Marketplace on Governor Drive and Regents Road. You can sign up in advance at mysdbb.org or walk-in. The best walk-in times are between 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Since UC donates 41 percent above average, there will be an extra blood super crew person to help speed things along. The fun in all this isn't the

Girl Scouts of the USA and is successfully earned by only 5 percent of those eligible. Lillian’s project was inspired by research correlating strong public speaking skills with life success. Concerned that students need a safe and supportive place to develop such skills, Wood founded the first Public Speaking Club at University City High School. This program provided students the opportunity to practice making presentations, receive and incorporate constructive criticism, and to build skills and self-confidence. The club will continue next year under a new student leadership. Wood credits her project for helping her to develop teamwork skills and confidence in her ability to positively impact others. She also enjoyed working on her own speaking skills, while at the same time helping others to improve theirs. Lilly gives special thanks to her Gold Award Committee Mentor, Linda Wightman, blood, the needles, or even the free her project advisor, Scott Myers, her snacks; it's the satisfaction of help- parents and fellow club officers. ing others anonymously. Future blood drives will be on Saturday, Good deeds - Curie ElemenSep.15, and Nov. 10, and in 2019 – tary Student Council Jan. 12, March 9, May 11, July 13, Curie Student Council students Sep.14, and Nov. 9. All 8-plus weeks and advisor/5th grade teacher, apart for your perpetual bloodletting Denise Daglio, beautified a large utilpleasure. ity box near the Curie Elementary front parking lot on Governor as UC resident receives their 2018 gift to the school. Special Girl Scout Gold Award thanks to Katerina Shahpazova, the Lillian Wood of University City resident artist, and to Julie Dennis was honored with the Girl Scout for consulting and providing paintGold Award at Copley Symphony ing tips. Hall last month. The Gold Award is the highest achievement within the

first time that the company is formalizing the process to include these new barista-created and seasonal drink offerings all year long. The summer drinks are served over ice and include: The Dirty Horchata, created by barista and store manager of the Bird Rock Coffee Roasters location in La Jolla,, Bianca Carbajal; it is a cold brew coffee mixed with a house-made horchata

and is $4.75 for 16-ounce “The Dirty Horchata” was so popular in its testing phase that it sold out in all four locations within a couple of days. The second drink is the Café Rose, created by lead barista Kat Adams, and is made with sparkling water, house made pomegranatehibiscus-rose water syrup, and espresso served over ice; it is $5 for 16 ounces.

“Our baristas are the best people to innovate new and exciting drinks since they know what our customers love and they know our coffee flavor profiles so well,” said Jeff Taylor, co-owner of Bird Rock Coffee Roasters. “We want to continue to provide the best coffee the world has to offer, and to also surprise our customers with new, out-of-the-box drink recipes that highlight the cre-

ative imaginations of our outstanding staff.” Both the Dirty Horchata and the Café Rose drinks are available at all four Bird Rock Coffee Roasters locations until the end of summer. Each drink created and selected for the special menu throughout the year will have a shot at becoming a permanent menu item if successful with customers.


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Evidence of ancient abrupt climate change found in Arctic A team of researchers from Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California San Diego and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution found evidence for a massive flood of fresh water in the western Arctic, thought to be the cause of an ancient cold snap that began around 13,000 years ago. The find could put to rest a question that has been open among scientists for more than 100 years. The existence of the cold snap, called the Younger Dryas, had been known for decades but the physical cause for its origin had eluded researchers who traveled to points throughout the Atlantic Ocean, the eastern United States, and Canada looking for it. In 2013, Neal Driscoll from Scripps, Lloyd Keigwin from Woods Hole and colleagues set sail to the eastern Beaufort Sea in search of evidence for the flood offshore of the Mackenzie River, which forms the border between Canada’s Yukon and Northwest territories. From aboard the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Healy, the team gathered sediment cores bearing fossils of microscopic organisms known as foraminifera from along the continental slope north of the Mackenzie River. The researchers found a record of the event encased in seafloor sediment over 200 kilometers (~135 miles) from the mouth of the river.

Preserved in the shells of foraminifera were isotopes of oxygen with a ratio that is consistent with a large incursion of glacially derived freshwater. “The signature of oxygen isotopes recorded in foraminifera shells preserved in the sediment allowed us to fingerprint the source of the glacial lake discharge down the Mackenzie River 13,000 years ago,” said Driscoll, a geologist at Scripps and co-author of the National Science Foundationfunded study. “Radiocarbon dating on the shells provided the age constraints. How exciting when the pieces of a more than 100-year puzzle come together." The abrupt climate change triggered by the freshwater inundation ended more than 2,000 years of warming, said Keigwin, an oceanographer at WHOI and lead author of the study, which appears online today in the journal Nature Geoscience. The Younger Dryas triggered dramatic changes to regional climates. The freshwater from glaciers made its way from the Arctic to the north Atlantic Ocean. There it disrupted a circulation pattern that stretches from Greenland to the Southern Ocean. That pattern, the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC), transports warm equatorial waters poleward and releases heat to the atmosphere. That disruption caused substantial

Researchers gather sediment cores from Beaufort Sea during 2013 fieldwork.

cooling in Europe, The Younger Dryas in fact takes its name from a flower (Dryas octopetala) that flourished in the continent’s cold conditions at the time. The Younger Dryas lasted a mere 200 years making it only a short blip in a warming period that has lasted 20,000 years but to scientists like Driscoll, it’s an important example of how feedbacks affect the climate system. Overall trends of warming or cooling on Earth are not linear but are punctuated by reversals and accelerations such as this one. Such events help scientists interpret cur-

rent trends, distinguishing global climate signals from regional signals. Next steps in future research, Keigwin said, will be for scientists to answer remaining questions about the quantity of fresh water delivered to the North Atlantic preceding the Younger Dryas event and over how long of a period of time. "Events like this are really important, and we have to understand them better," added Keigwin. "In the long run, I think the findings from this paper will stimulate more research on how much fresh water is really necessary to cause a change in

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the system and weakening of the AMOC. It certainly calls further attention to the warming we're seeing in the Arctic today, and the accelerated melting of Greenland ice." Earlier this year, a paper by researchers at the University College London and WHOI found evidence that the AMOC has not been running at peak strength since the mid-1800s and is currently at its weakest point in the past 1,600 years. Continued weakening could disrupt weather patterns from the U.S. and Europe to the African Sahel.


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SD Diplomacy Council to take trip to Cuba in Spring 2019 In Spring 2019, the San Diego Diplomacy Council will be partnering with Cuba Cultural Travel to offer a citizen diplomacy trip to Cuba from March 1-8. The itinerary will include visits with professors, journalists, musicians, former diplomats, artists, historians and alumni of their exchange programs across the country in Havana, Artemisa, Cienfuegos and Trinidad. The group will explore magical Havana and then travel outside of the capital to see the organic farming movement in Artemisa, see stunning architecture in Cienfuegos and the UNESCO World Heritage Site of

Trinidad. The San Diego Diplomacy Council’s mission is to build global relationships and expand mutual understanding by arranging professional, educational and cultural exchanges. They connect community and business leaders in the San Diego region with their counterparts around the world to address common challenges, including citizen safety, economic opportunity, social justice and environmental sustainability. They do this predicated on the belief that public diplomacy, and more specifically citizen diplomacy, has a vital role in promoting peace, pros-

perity and stability around the world. Cuba Cultural Travel began operating tours to Cuba more than 15 years ago with a team of two and has since grown in reputation, knowledge and staff. Since CCT began bringing groups of Americans to Cuba in 1999, their focus has remained the same, Bringing People Together. They pride themselves in creating itineraries highlighted by the arts and cultural experiences as well as the best accommodations and restaurants. Over the years, Cuba Cultural Travel has cultivated numerous relationships with some of the best artists, musicians, and scholars Cuba

has to offer. Cuba Cultural Travel is authorized by the United States Treasury Department to operate people-to-people tours in Cuba. These specialized tours were an effort by the Obama Administration to foster understanding between the people of America and Cuba. The itineraries are designed in a way that will encourage interaction and shared experiences. Join the San Diego Diplomacy Council for an information session on Tuesday, July 24 at 5:30 p.m. at Havana 1920 at 548, Fifth Ave. RSVP to Natalie@SanDiegoDiplomacy.org or visit sandiegodiplomacy.org.

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Del Mar Racetrack to celebrate opening week of summer season The highly anticipated Del Mar Racetrack summer season is quickly approaching. Thousands of fans are expected to head to the track for Opening Day on Wednesday, July 18. Fans can bet on the nation’s most prestigious Thoroughbreds, enter Del Mar’s annual Opening Day Hats Contest and celebrate in style at The Party. The Del Mar Summer Concert Series is back and bigger than ever – with 13 concerts that feature top artists across all genres. British altrock band, The Psychedelic Furs, will be kicking off the concert series on Friday, July 20. Prior to the concert, guests can enjoy half-off prices on Del Mar’s signature cocktails or sip on an exclusive Saint Archer small-batch brew unique to Del Mar Racetrack during Saint Archer’s Happy Hour Friday from 2 to 6 p.m. The party doesn’t stop on Friday night. On Saturday, July 21, racetrack visitors can listen to their favorite songs from leading reggae band, Iration, while sampling burgers and craft brews from some of SoCal’s top breweries and burger establishments at Burgers and Brews. Saturday also marks the start of Family Saturdays and Daybreak at Del Mar. The fun continues into Sunday with Family Fun Day and Jockey Photo Day on July 22. Other highlights include weekly food and drink specials and exclusive access into the Turf Club:

painters and much more. Admission is free for children under 18. Jockey Photo Day – Sunday, July 22, racing fans will be able to meet the incredible athletes that make up Del Mar’s jockey colony. Fans are invited to take a photo, get an autograph and chat with their favorite jockeys from noon to 1 p.m. in the Plaza de Mexico. Daybreak at Del Mar –Saturday and Sunday, July 21 to 22, the Clubhouse Terrace Restaurant will welcome early risers from 7:30 9:30 a.m. Fans will be able to dine and watch morning workouts while learning behind-the-scenes details from horsewoman and racing broadcaster Michelle Yu. There is no charge for admission, but a $10 parking fee applies.

Jockeys and horses exit the starting gate during last year’s summer racing series.

Opening Day Hats Contest – Wednesday, July 18, guests can participate in the Opening Day Hats Contest for a chance to win a $5,000 cash prize. The hat contest includes the following categories: Best Racing Theme, Most Glamorous, Most Outrageous, Best Fascinator and Best Flowers. Sign-ups will be held in the Plaza de Mexico The Party – Wednesday, July 18, from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. attendees receive the VIP treatment in the Seaside Cabana tent located at Saint Archer’s Party in the the west end of the Grandstand. The Plaza–Friday, July 20, guests will Party guests receive exclusive access receive half-off all of Del Mar’s careto the Red Bull Tour Bus complete fully-crafted signature cocktails and with world-class DJs, a LIFEWTR enjoy a special Saint Archer smallmuralist and lounge, craft beer and batch brew unique to Del Mar Racecocktail bars, photo booths, private track during Happy Hour Fridays wagering and a stellar performance from 2 to 6 p.m. by Sully and the “Blue Eyed Soul Band.” Tickets are $35 per person The Psychedelic Furs– Friday, and include Stretch Run admission July 20, the Del Mar Summer Conand exclusive access to the cabana. cert Series lineup starts with a perGates open at 11:30 a.m. with first formance by the British alt-rock post at 2 p.m. band, The Psychedelic Furs pre-

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From hieroglyphics to emojis: The only constant is change Doing it Better By Natasha Josefowitz, Ph.D. Frank entered my apartment and was surprised to find me writing this column long hand. “I can’t believe you’re not using the computer,” he said, looking puzzled and disapproving. I suddenly felt like a dinosaur, falling back to the stone age in one big swoop. “I write faster long hand,” I replied apologetically. However, I continued to feel defective and wondered in what other ways I’m not keeping up with the times. I work at becoming technologically savvy, but cannot keep up with the daily innovations that are second nature to my grandchildren. I need to rewire my old brain; it resists any changes to how my neurons connect to each other. My synapses are not only slower, they have a tendency to forget by

the next day what I have just learned. In two seconds flat, it feels like my generation went from braces to dentures, from reading under the covers with a flashlight to reading a menu in a restaurant using a smartphone flashlight, from pushing a baby carriage to pushing a walker, from needing a pediatrician to finding a geriatrician, from finding good day care for our children to looking for elder care for our aging parents, from a first job to a retirement party, from a bone broken playing soccer to a hip broken falling down the stairs, from running to shuffling, from first home to senior housing, from first love to remembering love, from looking to the future with the hopes and fears of the unknown to the remorse and regrets and, yes, all the good memories of the past. We long for what we learned over a lifetime and for what we are comfortable with. Instead we are thrown to the wolves of technology, eaten alive by acronyms such as LOL— does it mean laugh out loud or lots of love? I choose the latter. Today’s

emojis seem just like the hieroglyphics of our Egyptian ancestors. From clay tablets to papyrus to the Gutenberg press to the typewriter to the computer, and now, to voice recognition. While we need to adapt to change, which today happens with mindboggling speed, some people have an easier time than others. The real issues are choosing to adapt as well as the ability to adapt. Change requires commitment, knowledge, and skill. Commitment is a willingness to take the time and energy needed to move on. Knowledge includes understanding why change is needed and what exactly it may entail. Skill is the ability to perform that task. Some people may be willing, but not able; others are able, but not willing. Life flows like a river into which you cannot step twice. In order to embrace change, there has to be some benefit to us or to others, some significance, a reason to do it. We tend to accept change easier if it done by us, not to us. Usually with gain there is also loss—loss of the

familiar, of the feeling of competence as we go into the unfamiliar, the unknown and become learners again. Studies have shown that there are three traits that remain constant for one’s life: shyness, eagerness for novel experiences, and friendliness. People tend to retain a basic core of their innate personalities. Even though I am wiser as a I grow older, I am also “none the wiser!” I still give my grandchildren unsolicited advice and speak my mind sometimes when it is not appropriate. I am still working on being less impatient and judgmental. Epigenetics demonstrates that the events in our lives also contribute to changes in our brains and, therefore, impact our feelings and behaviors. Jonas Salk once said, “We are forever evolving.” So, yes, we can recognize our youthful selves, but we can also marvel at who we have become and are still becoming, evolving into our better selves, less concerned about what people think of us, less preoccupied with trivialities, more confident, better attuned

to the needs of others, and able to respond accordingly. We are also more accepting of what life has in store for us. Because I write this column, people assume I know more than I actually do and so I am asked to test various new technologies that may help seniors who are living alone and isolated. I am grateful to be used as a guinea pig and happily participate in this new world of high tech. Within my lifetime I have gone from horse-drawn carriages to self-driving cars. From yesterday’s writing long-hand to today’s voice-to-text, the only constant is change. So start smiling whenever someone says “you look great,” and keep smiling as they add “for your age.”

Natasha Josefowitz is the author of more than 20 books. She currently resides at White Sands Retirement Community in La Jolla. Copyright © 2018. Natasha Josefowitz. All rights reserved.


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Community groups launch ‘It’s Time, San Diego’ campaign The “It’s Time, San Diego” coalition including the SD Community Working Group on STVRs, made up of local civic and community groups, has come together to announce a quarter-million-dollar local ad campaign to elevate the voices of residents and neighborhoods that have been hurt by shortterm rentals and to encourage the San Diego City Council to pass strong short-term rental regulations. The San Diego Community ShortTerm Vacation (STVR) Rental Working Group, which includes the San Diego Coalition of Town Councils (Clairemont, La Jolla, Mission Beach, Ocean Beach, among others), Neighborhoods for Residents, University City Community Association, Pacific Beach Planning Group as well as the California Hotel & Lodg-

LEGALS ADS 900 J. Dronenburg, Jr., Recorder / County Clerk of San Diego County on: JUNE 20, 2018 ISSUE DATES: JUNE 29, JULY 5, 13, 19, 2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 20189014874 Fictitious Business Name(s) a. VINTAGE WATCH HUNTER. Located at: 2707 GARNET AVENUE SUITE 2A SAN DIEGO CA 92109. Is registered by the following: a. JONATHAN DAVID HERSHMAN. This business is conducted by: a. INDIVIDUAL. The first day of business was: 08/01/2017. Registrant Name: JONATHAN DAVID HERSHMAN. Title of Officer, if Limited Liability Company/Corporation, Title of Signor. The statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg, Jr., Recorder / County Clerk of San Diego County on: JUNE 06, 2018 ISSUE DATES: JUNE 29, JULY 5, 13, 19, 2018 STATEMENT OF ABANDONMENT OF USE OF FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FILE NO. 2018-9015372 Fictitious Business Name to be Abandoned: CALIFORNIA BEAUTY ACADEMY. Located at: 4358 54TH STREET SAN DIEGO CA 92115. The Fictitious Business name referred to above was filed in San Diego County on: 12/08/2015 and assigned File No. 2015-031463. Fictitious Business name is being abandoned by: DIEP NGOC HO 2138 GARSTON SUITE A SAN DIEGO CA 92111. This business is conducted by: a. INDIVIDUAL. I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true any material matter pursuant to section 17913 of the Business and Professions code that the registrant knows to be false is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine not to exceed one thousand dollars ($1,000).) Registrant name: DIEP NGOC HO. Title of officer, if limited liability company/corporation N/A. The statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg, Jr., Recorder/ County Clerk of San Diego County on: JUNE 11, 2018. Issue Dates: JUNE 29, JULY 5, 13, 19, 2018 STATEMENT OF ABANDONMENT OF USE OF FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FILE NO. 2018-9015371 Fictitious Business Name to be Abandoned: CALIFORNIA BEAUTY ACADEMY. Located at: 4328 54TH STREET SAN DIEGO CA 92115. The Fictitious Business name referred to above was filed in San Diego County on: 02/17/2015 and assigned File No. 2015-004432. Fictitious Business name is being abandoned by: DIEP NGOC HO 2138 GARSTON SUITE A SAN DIEGO CA 92111. This business is conducted by: a. INDIVIDUAL. I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true any material matter pursuant to section 17913 of the Business and Professions code that the registrant knows to be false is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine not to exceed one thousand dollars ($1,000).) Registrant name: DIEP NGOC HO. Title of officer, if limited liability company/corporation N/A. The statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg, Jr., Recorder/ County Clerk of San Diego County on: JUNE 11, 2018. Issue Dates: JUNE 29, JULY 5, 13, 19, 2018 STATEMENT OF ABANDONMENT OF USE OF FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FILE NO. 2018-9016079 Fictitious Business Name to be Abandoned: HAVEL APARTMENTS. Located at: 1468-1478 HORNBLEND STREET SAN DIEGO CA 92109. The Fictitious Business name referred to above was filed in San Diego County on: 09/16/2016 and assigned File No. 2016-024514. Fictitious Business name is being abandoned by: HODGES ENTERPRISES, INC 40 GARTEN ROAD PORT LUDLOW WA 98365. This business is conducted by: a. f. CORPORATION. I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true any material matter pursuant to section 17913 of the Business and Professions code that the registrant knows to be false is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine not to exceed one thousand dollars ($1,000).) Registrant name: MERRILL HODGES. Title of officer, if limited liability company/corporation N/A. The statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg, Jr., Recorder/ County Clerk of San Diego County on: JUNE 19, 2018. Issue Dates: JUNE 29, JULY 5, 13, 19, 2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 20189015993 Fictitious Business Name(s) a. EMILY APARTMENTS. Located at: 1478 HORNBLEND STREET SAN DIEGO CA 92109. Is registered by the following: a. HODGES ENTERPRISES, INC. This business is conducted by: f. CORPORATION. The first day of business was: 10/18/2011. Registrant Name: HODGES ENTERPRISES, INC. Title of Officer, if Limited Liability Company/Corporation, Title of Signor. The statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg,

ing Association, with input from residents who have seen their neighborhoods torn apart by short-term rentals. “Their issues with short-term rentals are real, and short-term rentals are inflicting real-life harm on neighborhoods across San Diego,” said Lynn Mohrfeld, CAE, president and CEO of the California Hotel and Lodging Association. “The goal of our campaign is to give a voice to the thousands of San Diego residents who are fighting to protect their quality of life, community fabric and access to housing for their vital workforce that is being ripped apart by short-term rentals. It’s time to regulate these platforms that have been skirting rules and regulations put in place to protect our communities.” Ann Kerr Bache, president of the

Jr., Recorder / County Clerk of San Diego County on: JUNE 19, 2018 ISSUE DATES: JUNE 29, JULY 5, 13, 19, 2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 20189016569 Fictitious Business Name(s) a. PRESUMED INNOCENT ADVERT. Located at: 4308 VISTA CORONADO DRIVE CHULA VISTA CA 91910. Is registered by the following: a. DAVID MICHAEL CUNNINGHAM b. STACY LYNN PAINE. This business is conducted by: c. GENERAL PARTNERSHIP. The first day of business was: 06/25/2018. Registrant Name: DAVID MICHAEL CUNNNIGHAM. Title of Officer, if Limited Liability Company/Corporation, Title of Signor. The statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg, Jr., Recorder / County Clerk of San Diego County on: JUNE 25, 2018 ISSUE DATES: JUNE 29, JULY 5, 13, 19, 2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 20189015998 Fictitious Business Name(s) a. RENDER SAN DIEGO. Located at: 2643 ELM AVENUE SAN DIEGO CA 92154. Is registered by the following: a. SHANE CHRISTOPHER CURRY. This business is conducted by: a. INDIVIDUAL. The first day of business was: 01/1/2018. Registrant Name: SHANE CHRISTOPHER CURRY. Title of Officer, if Limited Liability Company/Corporation, Title of Signor. The statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg, Jr., Recorder / County Clerk of San Diego County on: JUNE 19, 2018 ISSUE DATES: JUNE 29, JULY 5, 13, 19, 2018 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA CIVIL DIVISION, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO CENTRAL DIVISION CASE NO: 37-201800020907. FILE DATE: JUNE 21, 2018 PETITIONER OR ATTORNEY: DEVI NAVAMANI AND RYAN VIETS on behalf of minor HAS FILED A PETITION WITH THIS COURT FOR A DECREE CHANGING PETITIONER'S NAME FROM: DEVIN BROOKS VIETS to DEVIN NAVAMANI VIETS. The Court orders that all persons interested in this matter shall appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition should not be granted. Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file a written objection that indicates the reasons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and must appear at the hearing to show cause why the petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing. NOTICE OF HEARING TO BE HELD ON AUGUST 9TH, 2018 TIME: 9:00 AM, SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO, 1100 UNION STREET SAN DIEGO CA 92101. A copy of this Order to show cause shall be published at least once each week for four consecutive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county: The Peninsula Beacon & La Jolla Village News. ISSUE DATES: JULY 5, 13, 19, & 27, 2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 20189016532 Fictitious Business Name(s) a. COMPASS POINT PRESS. Located at: 3118 DUCOMMUN AVENUE SAN DIEGO CA 92122. Is registered by the following: a. ANN COLLINS. This business is conducted by: a. INDIVIDUAL. The first day of business was: 09/6/2013. Registrant Name: ANN COLLINS. Title of Officer, if Limited Liability Company/Corporation, Title of Signor. The statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg, Jr., Recorder / County Clerk of San Diego County on: JUNE 25, 2018 ISSUE DATES: JULY 5, 13, 19, & 27, 2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 20189016010 Fictitious Business Name(s) a. INFINITE WELLNESS VITALITY CENTER BY DR. NEGIN. Located at: 4364 BONITA ROAD #101 BONITA CA 91902. Is registered by the following: a. DR. NEGIN FIELD MD PC. This business is conducted by: f. CORPORATION. The first day of business was: N/A. Registrant Name: DR. NEGIN FIELD MD PC. Title of Officer, if Limited Liability Company/Corporation, Title of Signor: PRESIDENT. The statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg, Jr., Recorder / County Clerk of San Diego County on: JUNE 19, 2018 ISSUE DATES: JULY 5, 13, 19, & 27, 2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 20189016386 Fictitious Business Name(s) a. SCH REAL ESTATE. Located at: 2727 DOVE STREET SAN DIEGO CA 92103. Is registered by the following: a. SHANNON COLLEEN HAGAN. This business is conducted by: a. INDIVIDUAL. The first day of business was: N/A. Registrant Name: SHANNON COLLEEN HAGAN. Title of Officer, if Limited Liability Company/Corporation, Title of Signor. The statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg, Jr., Recorder / County Clerk of San Diego County on: JUNE 22, 2018 ISSUE DATES: JULY 5, 13, 19, & 27, 2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 20189016402 Fictitious Business Name(s) a. MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS MEDICAL RESEARCH CENTER. Located at: 10865

La Jolla Town Council and head of the San Diego Community STVR Working Group, said other cities have stood up for their neighborhoods, and now calls on San Diego to do so too. “We’ve seen leaders from others major cities like San Francisco, New York, Boston, and Los Angeles step up to pass common- sense, short-term rental laws and protections for their residents and neighborhoods. Our message is that it’s time for San Diego to follow their lead. It’s time for San Diego to protect our neighborhoods and hold these short-term rental sites accountable.” Chris Brewster, who served as a San Diego lifeguard chief for 13 years, who is featured in an ad for the coalition, says the rapid rise of commercial Airbnb investors gobbling up homes in San Diego is tak-

ROAD TO THE CURE SAN DIEGO CA 92121. Is registered by the following: a. SAN DIEGO BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE. This business is conducted by: f. CORPORATION. The first day of business was: N/A. Registrant Name: SAN DIEGO BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTION. Title of Officer, if Limited Liability Company/Corporation, Title of Signor: PRESIDENT / CEO. The statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg, Jr., Recorder / County Clerk of San Diego County on: JUNE 22, 2018 ISSUE DATES: JULY 5, 13, 19, & 27, 2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 20189016954 Fictitious Business Name(s) a. LUTHER’S VACATION RENTALS, INC. Located at: 3685 OCEAN FRONT WALK, SAN DIEGO CA 92109. Is registered by the following: a. LUTHER’S VACATION RENTALS, INC. This business is conducted by: f. CORPORATION. The first day of business was: 1/27/2017. Registrant Name: LUTHER’S VACATION RENTALS, INC. Title of Officer, if Limited Liability Company/Corporation, Title of Signor: CEO. The statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg, Jr., Recorder / County Clerk of San Diego County on: JUNE 29, 2018 ISSUE DATES: JULY 5, 13, 19, & 27, 2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 20189016539 Fictitious Business Name(s) a. TYPHOON WINDOW CLEANING. Located at: 3476 OGALALA AVENUE SAN DIEGO CA 92117. Is registered by the following: a. ERIK WEGNER – LONNING b. MICHAEL WRIGHTSMAN. This business is conducted by: c. GENERAL PARTNERSHIP. The first day of business was: 06/01/2018. Registrant Name: ERIK WEGNER - LONNING. Title of Officer, if Limited Liability Company/Corporation, Title of Signor. The statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg, Jr., Recorder / County Clerk of San Diego County on: JUNE 25, 2018 ISSUE DATES: JULY 5, 13, 19, & 27, 2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 20189016020 Fictitious Business Name(s) a. VILLA MONAIR APARTMENTS. Located at: 3730 SOUTHVIEW DRIVE SAN DIEGO CA 92117. Is registered by the following: a. INVESTMENT CONCEPTS INC. This business is conducted by: d. LIMITED PARTNERSHIP. The first day of business was: 02/01/2018. Registrant Name: INVESTMENT CONCEPTS INC. Title of Officer, if Limited Liability Company/Corporation, Title of Signor. The statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg, Jr., Recorder / County Clerk of San Diego County on: JUNE 19, 2018 ISSUE DATES: JULY 5, 13, 19, & 27, 2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 20189016691 Fictitious Business Name(s) a. TRAVELODGE SAN YSIDRO. Located at: 190 EAST CALLE PRIMERA SAN YSIDRO CA 92173. Is registered by the following: a. OCEANIC SAN YSIDRO LLC. This business is conducted by: l. LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. The first day of business was: 6/12/2018. Registrant Name: OCEANIC SAN YSIDRO LLC. Title of Officer, if Limited Liability Company/Corporation, Title of Signor: ADMINISTRATOR The statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg, Jr., Recorder / County Clerk of San Diego County on: JUNE 26, 2018 ISSUE DATES: JULY 5, 13, 19, & 27, 2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 20189016992 Fictitious Business Name(s) a. CUCIREGOODS. Located at: 3949 CENTRALOMA DRIVE SAN DIEGO CA 92107. Is registered by the following: a. CELESTINA AGOSTINELLI GALLEN. This business is conducted by: a. INDIVIDUAL. The first day of business was: 6/21/2018. Registrant Name: CELESTINA AGOSTINELLA GALLEN. Title of Officer, if Limited Liability Company/Corporation, Title of Signor. The statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg, Jr., Recorder / County Clerk of San Diego County on: JUNE 29, 2018 ISSUE DATES: JULY 5, 13, 19, & 27, 2018 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA CIVIL DIVISION, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO CENTRAL DIVISION CASE NO: 37-201800032337-CU-PT-CTL. FILE DATE: JUNE 29, 2018 PETITIONER OR ATTORNEY: TENZIN DASANG AND YANGCHEN DOLKAR on behalf of minor HAS FILED A PETITION WITH THIS COURT FOR A DECREE CHANGING PETITIONER'S NAME FROM: TENZIN CHONZOM DOLDASANG to TENZIN CHONZOM. The Court orders that all persons interested in this matter shall appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition should not be granted. Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file a written objection that indicates the reasons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and must appear at the hearing to show cause why the petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing. NOTICE OF HEARING TO BE HELD ON AUGUST 23, 2018

ing away housing options and raising housing costs for the city’s vital workforce including emergency responders, teachers and healthcare workers. He has seen Airbnb change the fabric of his community, including noise, trash and disturbances late at night and visitors with no respect for the working people in the neighborhood. “Out-of-state investors are turning homes into illegal hotels like the triplex next to mine and now it’s a revolving door of strangers and drunken parties,” stated Brewster in the ad that will start running this week. “Airbnb is making our communities less safe and depleting housing for vital workers like emergency responders. It’s time for San Diego to protect our neighborhoods.” Both the San Diego Community

TIME: 10:30 AM DEPT. 903, SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO, 1100 UNION STREET SAN DIEGO CA 92101. A copy of this Order to show cause shall be published at least once each week for four consecutive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county: The Peninsula Beacon & La Jolla Village News. ISSUE DATES: JULY 5, 13, 19, & 27, 2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 20189017163 Fictitious Business Name(s) a. TSAN DESIGN. Located at: 4540 WILSON AVENUE UNIT #202 SAN DIEGO CA 92116. Is registered by the following: a. TATIANA SANCHEEVA. This business is conducted by: a. INDIVIDUAL. The first day of business was: 03/13/2017. Registrant Name: TATIANA SANCHEEVA. Title of Officer, if Limited Liability Company/Corporation, Title of Signor. The statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg, Jr., Recorder / County Clerk of San Diego County on: JULY 2, 2018 ISSUE DATES: JULY 13, 19, 27, & AUGUST 2, 2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 20189017299 Fictitious Business Name(s) a. SP TECH NETWORKS. Located at: 1603 MASTERSON LANE SAN DIEGO CA 92154. Is registered by the following: a. SAUL PORTILLA. This business is conducted by: a. INDIVIDUAL. The first day of business was: N/A. Registrant Name: SAUL PORTILLA. Title of Officer, if Limited Liability Company/Corporation, Title of Signor. The statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg, Jr., Recorder / County Clerk of San Diego County on: JULY 3, 2018 ISSUE DATES: JULY 13, 19, 27, & AUGUST 2, 2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 20189015827 Fictitious Business Name(s) a. eTrueQuality b. eTrue Quality. Located at: 3552 KELSEY STREET SAN DIEGO CA 92124. Is registered by the following: a. GERARDO AMADO CORDERO. This business is conducted by: a. INDIVIDUAL. The first day of business was: 6/10/2018. Registrant Name: GERARDO AMADO CORDERO. Title of Officer, if Limited Liability Company/Corporation, Title of Signor. The statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg, Jr., Recorder / County Clerk of San Diego County on: JUNE 15, 2018 ISSUE DATES: JULY 13, 19, 27, & AUGUST 2, 2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 20189017534 Fictitious Business Name(s) a. FOOT&BODY

Short-Term Vacation (STVR) Rental Working Group and the CHLA strongly believe that short-term rentals should be limited to Primary residents only. Mohrfeld notes that the proposed plan includes several measures to rein-in commercial short-term rental investors and operators. “The plan will return more than 2,000 homes, taken by commercial investors, back into the permanent housing stock for San Diego residents and put in a self-funded enforcement program,” Mohrfeld said citing a recent analysis. “The San Diego City Council should strengthen the mayor’s plan by adding key measures recently passed in Boston, including platform READ MORE ONLINE AT sdnews.com

CARE. Located at: 9676 CAMPO ROAD UNIT #A SPRING VALLEY CA 91977. c. Is registered by the following: a. XIAONA LIU. This business is conducted by: a. INDIVIDUAL. The first day of business was: 07/09/2018. Registrant Name: XIAONO LIU. Title of Officer, if Limited Liability Company/Corporation, Title of Signor. The statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg, Jr., Recorder / County Clerk of San Diego County on: JULY 9, 2018 ISSUE DATES: JULY 13, 19, 27, & AUGUST 2, 2018 SUMMONS (FAMILY LAW) NOTICE TO RESPONDENT (NAME): JESSE HERMAN PERKINS. You have been sued. Read the information below and on the next page. PETITIONER’S NAME IS: ROSSANA DE OLIVEIRA RODRIGUES: CASE NUMBER: 18FL006629C. YOU HAVE 30 CALENDAR DAYS AFTER THIS SUMMONS AND PETITION ARE SERVED ON YOU TO FILE A RESPONSE (FORM FL-120) AT THE COURT AND HAVE A COPY SERVED ON THE PETITIONER. A LETTER, PHONE CALL, OR COURT APPEARANCE WILL NOT PROTECT YOU. IF YOU DO NOT FILE YOUR RESPONSE ON TIME, THE COURT MAY MAIL ORDERS AFFECTING YOUR MARRIAGE OR DOMESTIC PARTNERSHIP, YOUR PROPERTY, AND CUSTODY OF YOUR CHILDREN. YOU MAY BE ORDERED TO PAY SUPPORT AND ATTORNEY FEES AND COSTS. FOR LEGAL ADVICE, CONTACT A LAWYER IMMEDIATELY. GET HELP FINDING A LAWYER AT THE CALIFORNIA COURTS ONLINE SELFHELP CENTER (www.court.ca.gov/selfhelp), AT THE CALIFORNIA LEGAL SERVICES WEBSITE (www.lawhelp.org), OR BY CONTACTING YOUR LOCAL COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION. NOTICE -RESTRAINING ORDERS ARE ON PAGE 2: THESE RESTRAINING ORDERS ARE EFFECTIVE AGAINST BOTH SPOUSES OR DOMESTIC PARTNERS UNTIL THE PETITION IS DISMISSED, A JUDGMENT IS ENTERED, OR THE COURT MAKES FURTHER ORDERS. THEY ARE ENFORCEABLE ANYWHERE IN CALIFORNIA BY ANY LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER WHO HAS RECEIVED OR SEE A COPY OF THEM. FEE WAIVER: IF YOU CANNOT PAY THE FILING FEE, ASK THE CLERK FOR A FEE WAIVER FORM. THE COURT MAY ORDER YOU TO PAY BACK ALL OR PART OF THE FEES AND COSTS THAT THE COURT WAIVED FOR YOU OR THE OTHER PARTY. THE NAME AND ADDRESS OF THE COURT ARE: SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO, 1100 UNION STREET SUITE #450, BUSINESS OFFICE, SAN DIEGO CA 92101. CASE NUMBER: 18FL006629C. THE NAME, ADDRESS, AND

TELEPHONE NUMBER OF THE PETITIONERS ATTORNEY OR THE PETITIONER WITHOUT AN ATTORNEY, ARE: ROSSANA DE OLIVEIRA RODRIGUES, 7434 MESA COLLEGE DRIVE UNIT #8 SAN DIEGO CA 92111 (858) 382-7503. FILE DATE: JUNE 18, 2018. ISSUE DATES: JULY 13, 19, 27, & AUGUST 2, 2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 20189017510 Fictitious Business Name(s) a. QUALITY IT MANAGEMENT. Located at: 3486 KURTZ STREET SUITE 102 SAN DIEGO CA 92110. c. Is registered by the following: a. ANONAMOO LLC. This business is conducted by: l. LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. The first day of business was: 11/17/2011. Registrant Name: ANONAMOO LLC. Title of Officer, if Limited Liability Company/Corporation, Title of Signor: MANAGING MEMBER. The statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg, Jr., Recorder / County Clerk of San Diego County on: JULY 6, 2018 ISSUE DATES: JULY 13, 19, 27, & AUGUST 2, 2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 20189016965 Fictitious Business Name(s) a. LA MAESTRA BLOSSOMS. Located at: 3912 EL CAJON BOULEVARD SAN DIEGO CA 92105. c. Is registered by the following: a. LA MAESTRA FOUNDATION, INC. This business is conducted by: f. CORPORATION. The first day of business was: 10/18/2012. Registrant Name: LA MAESTRA FOUNDATION, INC. Title of Officer, if Limited Liability Company/Corporation, Title of Signor: GENERAL COUNSEL. The statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg, Jr., Recorder / County Clerk of San Diego County on: JUNE 29, 2018 ISSUE DATES: JULY 13, 19, 27, & AUGUST 2, 2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 20189016681 Fictitious Business Name(s) a. LA JOLLA PLUMBING. Located at: 7514 GIRARD AVENUE BOX 1517 LA JOLLA CA 92037. c. Is registered by the following: a. WOLFGANG FRED VONHORN. This business is conducted by: a. INDIVIDUAL. The first day of business was: N/A. Registrant Name: WOLFGANG FRED VONHORN. Title of Officer, if Limited Liability Company/Corporation, Title of Signor. The statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg, Jr., Recorder / County Clerk of San Diego County on: JUNE 26, 2018 ISSUE DATES: JULY 13, 19, 27, & AUGUST 2, 2018

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From my garden: Calming chamomile, used throughout history BY LINDA MARRONE | LA JOLLA VILLAGE NEWS

After harvesting my chamomile and setting the flowers aside to make tea, I was inspired to write this column. Known for its calming properties, chamomile is a member of the daisy family (Asteraceae) and its flowers have been used for medicinal purposes since ancient times. The chamomiles sprays of small daisy-like flowers will attract beneficial insects to your garden and besides adding a touch of charm to your garden, the flowers can be used to make a soothing antioxidant-filled cup of tea. German chamomile (Matriciaria recutita), grows about two feet tall

and its flowers are best for making tea. English chamomile (Camaemelum nobile), is also known as Roman chamomile and is smaller in size, growing up to foot tall in height. English chamomile also comes in a dwarf size that is suitable for lawns and can be plugged in along with grass to create a "meadow lawn." The dwarf variety can also be used to grow in-between stepping stones and will release its sweet apple-like scent when stepped on. Chamomile is easy to grow from seed and once it establishes it is fairly drought-tolerant. It can be grown in most soils that drain well, but not in

which will bring out their essential oils and intensify the flavor. Store the dried flowers in a covered glass jar away from direct sunlight until ready to use. To make tea, brew 1 teaspoon of the dried chamomile flowers in 1 cup boiling water for several minutes. I like to steep my chamomile for about 10 minutes to create a stronger flavor and serve it with a touch of honey and a slice of lemon. You can also brew fresh chamomile flowers in boiling water, but use 2 teaspoons per 1 cup of water, since fresh flowers are not as potent as dried. In the summer, make a pitcher full of German chamomile growing with agapanthus. PHOTO BY LINDA MARRONE chamomile tea and serve over ice.

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DRE# 00603821

COLDWELL BANKER

ColdwellBankerLuxury.com

The Perfect Family Enclave Near the Beach

LINDA MARRONE Historic & Architectural Specialist

(858) 735-4173 lmarrone@san.rr.com www.LindaMarrone.com Selling La Jolla’s Barber Tract since 1990 CA BRE 01081197

An award-winning collection of 3 historic homes that features a 3,000 + SF (est.), beautifully remodeled Craftsman style home that offers 5 BR, 4 BA and a modernized open floor plan that is filled with light. In addition to the main residence there are 2 remodeled historic cottages on the beautifully landscaped grounds that encompass almost 1/3 of an acre in La Jolla's famed Barber Tract. The property also comes with the Mills Act property tax benefit that substantially lowers the current property taxes to approximately $11,300 annually. Call me for more information on this unique offering and all its benefits.

www.HeritagePlaceLaJolla.com - Offered at: $4,350,000

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Open House OPEN HOUSE

PACIFIC BEACH Fri 1-6pm . . . . . . . . . . . .4925 Emelene Street . . . . . . . . .4BR/3BA . . . . .$1,795,000 - $1,895,000 . . . . . . .Helen Spear 619-813-8503 MISSION BEACH Sat 1-4pm . . . . . . . . . . . .2696 Bayside Lane . . . . . . . . . .3BR/3BA . . . . .$2,100,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Lori Sutherland 619-241-1015 Sun 12-3pm . . . . . . . . . .2696 Bayside Lane . . . . . . . . . .3BR/3BA . . . . .$2,100,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Lori Sutherland 619-241-1015 LA JOLLA Sat 1-4pm . . . . . . . . . . . .934 La Jolla Rancho Road . . . . . . . .5BR/6.5BA . . . .$4,495,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Daniel Albrecht 858-926-8779 Sun 1-4pm . . . . . . . . . . .2403 Corona Court + adjoining lot. . . . . . . .5BR/5.5BA . . . .$2,500,000-$3,200,000 . . . . . .David Schroedl 858-353-5300 Sat & Sun 1-4pm . . . . . .6331 Camino De La Costa . . . . . . . .4BR/6BA . . . . .$4,995,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Arlene Sacks 858-922-3900 Sat & Sun 1-4pm . . . . . .1142 La Jolla Rancho Rd . . . . . . . .5BR/5.5BA . . . .$3,795,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Linda Daniels 858-361-5561 Sun 1-4pm . . . . . . . . . . .6585 Draper Ave . . . . . . . . . . . .5BR/5BA . . . . .$3,650,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Reed Team 858-395-4033 Sun 1-4pm . . . . . . . . . . .7931 Paseo Del Ocaso . . . . . . . .5BR/4BA . . . . .$2,895,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Moira Tapia 858-337-7269 Sat 1-4pm . . . . . . . . . . . .7931 Paseo Del Ocaso . . . . . . . .5BR/4BA . . . . .$2,895,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Alejandro High 858-886-6454

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MISSION HILLS Sat 1-4pm . . . . . . . . . . . .4225 5th Ave San Diego . . . . . .4BR/2BA . . . . .$865,000-$895,000 . . . . . . . . . .Natalie Harris 858-926-9343 ENCINITAS Sat & Sun 1-4pm . . . . . .165 E D Street . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2BR/3BA . . . . .$2,099,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Linda Daniels 858-361-5561 RANCHO SANTA FE Sat 12-3pm . . . . . . . . . . .5535 La Sencilla Lane . . . . . . . .4BR/6BA . . . . .$5,500,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Scott Appleby 858-775-2014 SAN DIEGO Sat 1-3pm . . . . . . . . . . . .3540 Alabama St #1 . . . . . . . . .3+3BR/3.5BA .$789,900 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Cortney Bennett 858-353-4436 POINT LOMA Sat 1-4pm & Sun 11-2pm..4438 Orchard Ave . . . . . . . . . . . . .4BR/3.5BA . . .$1,798,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Leah Bentley (619) 240-5334 Sat 2-4pm & Sun 1-4pm....1231 Fleetridge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3BR/2BA . . . . .$1,295,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Leah Bentley (619) 240-5334

CLAIREMONT MESA Sat 12-3pm . . . . . . . . . . .6906 Beloit Ave. . . . . . . . . . . . .3BR/2BA . . . . .$599,000-$629,000 . . . . . . . . . .Leah Bentley (619) 240-5334

BEST OF ALL WORLDS... 939 Coast Bl #7A

3BR / 3BA • 2900 sq. ft. • $3,990,000 Village Living at the Beach! Rare, largest single corner unit in La Jolla's most prestigious ocean front luxury building features both panoramic ocean & coastline views, exquisitely remodeled; it has beautiful wood floors and exotic wood cabinetry, automatic shades & mood lighting throughout the unit. The entry, kitchen & bathrooms boast stone floors & counters, highly customized finishes, Subzero refrigerator, etc. 24hr doorman, valet parking, pool, gym & more!

Arlene Sacks arlsacks@willisallen.com

858-922-3900

DRE# 00603821

PRISTINE MUIRLANDS VIEW HOME

COLDWELL BANKER

LOVELY CONDO IN THE HEART OF LA JOLLA VILLAGE La Jolla | $895,000 | 7719 Eads Ave Lovely and beautifully maintained condo in a highly desirable small charming complex located in the heart of La Jolla Village. Light and bright interior with 2 skylights and 3 balconies to enjoy. Stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, new water heater, & 2nd BR has a built in Murphy Bed. Side-by-side washer and dryer in laundry closet, and 2 full size parking spaces in the garage plus storage cabinets. No size limit on a Pet! Walk to shops, restaurants, and just a few blocks to the ocean.

Marianne Kendall • (619) 708-3523 Mariannek@coldwellbanker.com

From a corner lot in the prestigious Muirlands neighborhood, this gated estate

CalRE# 01236825

captures 180° views of ocean & LJCC from nearly every part of the property. Custom built in 2013, this 5BR/6.5BA received the finest craftsmanship. Grand entry begins with motor court centered on portico where water & golf course views beckon. Disappearing glass doors seamlessly connect home to yard featuring saltwater pool & spa & dynamic entertaining spaces. Home is well equipped with elevator, 3 car garage, solar, & more.

Located at 6604 Muirlands Drive

AMAZING SUNRISE TO SUNSETS FROM THE ROOF TOP DECK! Mission Beach | $1,945,000 | 824 Tangiers Court Brand new 4 br, 3.5 ba Custom Home approx. 1470 sqft. Corner lot on desirable sunny side of court next to Sail Bay with fantastic water views from most rooms.

Mel Burgess • (619) 857-8930 www.MyCoastalDreams.com mel.burgess@coldwellbanker.com CalBRE# 01874411

Pacific Beach 858.488.4090 | 4090 Mission Boulevard, San Diego, CA 92109 Real estate agents affiliated with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage are independent contractor agents and are not employees of the Company. The property information herein is derived from various sources that may include, but not be limited to, county records and the Multiple Listing Service, and it may include approximations. Although the information is believed to be accurate, it is not warranted and you should not rely upon it without personal verification. ©2017 Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage. All Rights Reserved. Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage fully supports the principles of the Fair Housing Act and the Equal Opportunity Act. Owned by a subsidiary of NRT LLC. Coldwell Banker and the Coldwell Banker Logo are registered service marks owned by Coldwell Banker CalBRE# 00616212 Real Estate LLC.


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Just Listed! Spectactular 5BR/5.5BA Gated 1/2 acre View Estate • Open This Sunday 1-4

2403 Corona Court + Adjoining Lot Open this Sunday 1 - 4pm This Gorgeous 5BR/5.5BA, 3,760sf view home is being offered w/the adjoining .29 acre lot. The combination becomes an extraordinary private gated 1/2 acre estate - the ultimate in a Family Compound! Fantastic floor-plan lives mostly as a one-level home. Gorgeous details & finishes abound. Gracious pair of “La Cantina” style disappearing glass doors beckon you to enjoy Mission Bay, City & canyon views on the expansive decks, perfect for indoor-outdoor enjoyment. Oversized Master Suite w/spa-like bath leads to the pool/spa area. 2 of the 4 en suite BR’s are situated downstairs. Even a separate media/play room/retreat w/own entrance. Garage parking for 3 cars. This lush tropical paradise is an entertainer’s dream w/pool, spa, BBQ island, fire-pit, enchanting privacy garden plus huge grassy yard w/fruit trees & veggie gardens. Adjoining lot is a large manicured yard w/numerous palms, a sports court, basketball hoops, a putting green w/sand trap/sand box for the kiddos & even more spectacular canyon views. 2 legal lots each with their own APN represent the rare opportunity to enjoy the ultimate playground today - yet still provide future security. This centrally located estate boasts quick access to the Village, freeways and La Jolla’s Schools & world-class beaches.

Offered Between

$2,500,000 & 3,200,000

David Schroedl

Pacific

858 • 353• 5300

Sothebys INTERNATIONAL REALTY

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