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hat so many scientific, oceanographic and environmental organizations are situated in La Jolla is no accident. The area is teeming with flora and fauna and enjoys greater environmental protections due to its incredibly rich biological diversity. Photographer Don Balch, who spends much of his time in and around the water in La Jolla, recently caught some prime examples of just how wild the waters off the coast are. Top, a sea turtle gets eye-to-eye off La Jolla Shores.

While it’s not common to come across sea turtles, Balch said, “You can be lucky enough to see one surface — and I know where to look!” Above left, kayakers get a clear water view of leopard sharks off the Shores during the first week of November, while, above right, a leopard shark shows its spots in La Jolla Cove. Have you caught some rare or unusual photos of La Jolla’s wildlife? Send them in to ljvn@sdnews.com.

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The 2013 political showdown for mayor of San Diego reached a crescendo Nov. 19, setting up a runoff election sometime in February between District 2 City Councilman Kevin Faulconer (R) and District 8 City Councilman David Alvarez (D). According to semi-official results from the San Diego County Registrar of Voters Office — with 100 percent of the precincts counted — Faulconer was the runaway leader, collecting 44 percent of the ballots (89,043 votes), followed by Alvarez with 26 percent (52,283 votes). Democrat Nathan Fletcher, however, was barely trailing Alvarez with 24 percent (49,645 votes). However, on Nov. 20, Fletcher conceded and lent his endorsement to Alvarez in the runoff election, even though there are still 34,500 mail-in and provisional ballots yet to be counted, according to city spokesman Juan Alvarez. Former City Attorney Mike Aguirre did not fare well in his bid for mayor, collecting a little more than 4 percent of the vote (9,801 votes) The mail-in and provisional ballots are expected to be counted next week and could be certified as early as the end of next week, according to Alvarez. Voter turnout for the election was estimated between 30-35 percent. Thanking his major opponents Fletcher, Aguirre and Alvarez for “sacrificing their time to make San Diego better,” Faulconer said he began his campaign with a simple promise, “That together, we will restore trust and integrity to City Hall.”Now more than ever, San Diegans need a leader with a vision for this city — and the experience to make it happen; a leader San Diegans can trust — trust to lead with principles not partisanship; trust to put your city first,” Faulconer said on election night. “We took that message to the voters and guess what? You all agree.” Meanwhile, coming from single-digit support when the race kicked off to ending up with more than 25 percent of the vote on Nov. 19, Alvarez gained traction every day with a positive, grassroots campaign that focused on describing his vision for a San Diego for everyone and every neighborhood. “We started this campaign as an underdog, but we

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Operation Santa calls on holiday heroes

BRINGING GOOD CHEER Members of UCSD’s Alpha Phi Omega community service organization work to bring happy holidays to families in need through Operation Santa. COURTESY PHOTO

Operation Santa, started by the Rho Pi chapter of Alpha Phi Omega at UCSD, is an annual relief project aimed at giving back to the San Diego community by helping out as many families in need during the Christmas holiday. Many of the families Operation Santa assists are single parents, military or those facing extraordinary medical expenses. Since 2007, the group’s numbers have grown from helping two families in its first year to 127 families last year. Through Operation Santa, the community can be directly involved with the families by nominating, adopting or donating to a family in need. Participants can nominate families for help through the online nomination form. As adopters of a family, participants buy gifts for a nominated family from the family’s wish list. Adopters are also given the choice of personally delivering the presents to the family. The final option for participation, donations, can be made in both

monetary and non-monetary forms all year round. Many of the families are asking for basic necessities like food, clothing and bedding. Every donation goes right back to helping the families. This year, Operation Santa has received more than 150 nominations and is still looking for adopters and donors. Adopters can fill out the online form at www.operationsantaSD.org. Donations can be made through an online PayPal link and mailing address, also found on the website. In addition, Operation Santa is inviting the community to its third annual gift-wrapping workshop on Dec. 3 from 8 to 10 p.m. at UCSD’s Price Center Ballroom East. At this event, fraternity brothers and volunteers will help wrap presents and prepare them for delivery. If you would like to adopt a family, donate or have any questions or comments, visit www.operationsantaSD.org or www.facebook.com/opsanta, or email opsanta@apo.org. — Staff and contribution

News Could removal of fence be solution to Cove smell? Many La Jollans believe opening — or even removing — the fence at the Cove and allowing public access to the bluffs displacing wildlife there is the solution to quenching the stench which has become a serious health problem and community irritant. Now they’re just waiting to hear if the city is going to give them the chance to test their theory. A decision is imminent by the city attorney as a result of a request by assistant chief operating officer Stacey LoMedico to open a gate, or remove a section, of the Cove fence to allow public access there while city liability for doing so is explored. The idea behind fence removal is the conviction by some that the cause of the pervasive smell emanating from the bluffs stems from the invasion of birds and marine mammals — and their inevitable feces — that has intensified since a fence was installed to keep people off the rocks. Remove the fence and allow people back out onto the cliffs and many of the animals will gradually be displaced and move away — as will the smell, the theory goes. Will that happen? It’s now up to the City Attorney’s Office to decide. In a recent letter to the La Jolla Village Merchants Association (LJVMA), which has been lobbying government officials to get the Cove stench taken care of once and for all, LoMedico wrote, “There are no restrictions to public access if a member of the public chooses to access the rocks/ cliffs. However, access is discouraged as the area can be unstable due to the erosion of the cliffs, rocks and as such there are signs

STUBBORN SMELL Some in La Jolla contend that the fence cordoning off the bluffs at La Jolla Cove has paved the way for birds and sea lions to take up residence on the rocks, thus covering them with their waste. The sea lions are of particular concern, said LJVMA executive director Sheila Fortune, since their diet, of which sardines make up a large part, makes for an especially malodorous greeting to visitors and business owners. MARIKO LAMB

posted on the fence that clearly indicates these conditions. If a member of the public chooses to take such an individual risk, it is also important to note that an individual should do so without disturbing the wildlife, birds and sea lions.” LoMedico added that, should the Cove fence be reopened, city lifeguards have the right to warn those choosing to be on the rocks if they’re in personal danger, and also have the ability to cite them if they feel they’ve harassed or mistreated federally protected marine mammals. Addressing La Jolla Town Council recently, Sheila Fortune, LJVMA executive director, discussed LoMedico’s letter and the possibility of unlocking the gate or removing all or part of the Cove fencing. More importantly, Fortune

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noted the Cove stench is literally making people sick. “It’s become a major health problem with a lot of businesses along Coast Boulevard complaining about people getting sick, my staff and myself included in our office,” Fortune told trustees. Noting the Cove’s rocks were treated twice to counteract bird droppings, Fortune said there’s a growing awareness that waste from sea lions may be an even bigger part of the stench problem. “Sea lions like to dine on sardines and sardines create an incredibly noxious odor,” she said. “We’re working to figure out a solution for everyone.” Alex Roth, spokesman for interim mayor Todd Gloria, told LJVMA last week, “We absolutely understand this is a big problem and we’re as concerned as folks in La Jolla are about finding some sort of solution.” Roth added that, at this point, “There are no options that really are off the table. Everything is being considered. Everything is being looked at.” But whether opening the Cove cliffs up to public access proves to be the ultimate solution, Roth said if people are allowed access they’ll have to continue to respect the rules and keep a safe distance from wildlife so there’s no harassment. Roth said the city is venturing into uncharted territory when it comes to eradicating animal-waste smells. Finding a solution, he said, is going to take some time. “This isn’t a situation where you can snap your fingers and find a solution to the sea lion poop,” he said, adding the sea lion population statewide has just “exploded, growing perhaps tenfold” from what it was a few years ago. “Whether or not we can install some sort of gate in the fence or open it up, we hope to have that answer fairly shortly,” Roth said.


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Bird Rock residents: trash at overlooks has ‘become embarassing’ Bird Rockians are determined to reinstitute trash pickup at coastal overlooks discontinued since budget cuts made during Jerry Sanders’ mayoral administration. Neighbors near Forward, Midway, Moss Lane, Chelsea Place and Bird Rock Avenue turned out at Bird Rock Community Council’s (BRCC) November meeting to complain about unsightly, neglected ocean overlooks at the end of those streets. “Several residents here tonight are concerned about the coastal overlooks, primarily the trash,” said local resident Don Schmidt of La

Jolla Historical Society, who has been making the rounds of community groups speaking for neighbors about the deteriorating condition of overlooks. Schmidt distributed recent photographs taken of trash-strewn coastal overlooks. “It’s become embarrassing,” he said. “It looks like a third-world country.” A letter was read from former BRCC president Joe LaCava supporting quick resolution of the problem. “It would make a huge difference if the city could bring back community trash receptacles, large round

for DNA evidence and a match was made to Leon Powell, Jr., 27, of Inglewood, according to court records. Powell has been charged with burglary, grand theft and attempting to dissuade Jones, a witness from reporting a crime. Two burglars broke into her bedroom while she was sleeping around midnight. She pretended to be asleep, but grabbed a cell phone and called 911. One burglar noticed she had a cell phone and grabbed it out of her hands and threw it. Both burglars then fled, dropping jewels and other items on their way out, according to

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cement containers that were used at the overlooks,” LaCava’s letter said. “Some public services had to be cut four years ago,” said Erin Demorest of District 1 City Councilwoman Sherri Lighter’s office. “The goal has been to gradually restore those services.” Demorest added broken fencing at the Forward Street coastal overlook is in the process of being replaced with custom railing. “That’s going to be done by the

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$100,000 in jewels stolen from Jeanne Jones A Dec. 3 preliminary hearing has been set for an accused burglar who allegedly broke into the La Jolla home of cookbook author Jeanne Jones and took jewelry worth more than $100,000 on Oct. 5. This marks the third time Jones’ home has been burglarized by jewel thieves. Four people are serving long prison terms for a 2011 incident. A former housekeeper’s boyfriend was convicted in an earlier theft. Jones’ video surveillance cameras were disconnected by the suspects and the recording device was stolen on Oct. 5. Police tested the cables

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SCENIC MESS Neighbors gathered at BRCC’s November meeting to complain about unsightly, neglected ocean overlooks at the end of Forward, Midway, Moss Lane, Chelsea Place and Bird Rock Avenue. COURTESY PHOTOS

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court records. Jones’ husband was visiting a sick friend in San Jose and Jones, who is in her 70s, was home alone that night. All her doors were locked, including one to her bedroom, but the thieves were able to get inside. The thieves took a remote key and opened up one garage door and the driveway gate, dropping the remote key behind them. Jones was unable to identify Powell in a photo lineup, court records say. Powell has pleaded not guilty and remains free on $250,000 bond. He reportedly has no previous association with Jones.

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SCHOOLBRIEF >> UPCOMING EVENTS AT THE CHILDREN’S SCHOOL: • Open House — Wednesday, Dec. 11, 9:30 a.m. Learn about the toddler through eighth-grade programs. RSVP at admissions@tcslj.org or

(858) 454-0184. • Nutcracker performances — Dec. 14 and 15, performed by The Dance Academy students. Tickets are $5 and can be reserved by emailing danceacademy@san.rr.com. The Children’s School is located at 2225 Torrey Pines Lane.

Sports Student-athletes sign up for their future

Torreys, Knights booted from playoffs

All Souls’ Saint Nicholas Tour: A Tradition of Church Mice The All Souls’ Home Tour began in 1952. It was that same year that the tradition of creating handmade church mice to represent something special each year began as a fund raiser for church charities. After 61 years there still is a line outside the door that opens at 1:00pm of All Souls’ Episcopal Church for the lucky 100 people to buy this year’s edition and add to their collection. There are mice that are Angels, British Guards, Bakers, Hospice Nurses, Choir Singers, Point Loma Graduates, Scrooge and the list goes on……………….. The wedding of Princess Diana and Charles is special for All Souls’. It includes an entry in the Book of Gifts from All Souls’ for the Choir Boy Mouse sent in honor of the Royal Wedding. It began with Elizabeth “Sport” Richards who had a vision that creating handmade church mice to be collector’s items would be a wonderful way to support the church’s philanthropies. An expert in needlepoint and hand sewing, she was joined in 1973 by Marian Rodgers. They were able to produce 100 church mice a year and created a following that continues today. Each year the theme of the mouse is a secret – only revealed when the door open the day of the tour. The current “Mice Lady” is Selma Vassall. Selma has been making mice for 25 years and is still assisted by Marian Rodgers. The All Souls’ Saint Nicholas Home Tour is December 7th from 10:00-4:00. Tour five Point Loma homes, enjoy shopping at the Saint Nicholas Marketplace and lunch or tea at the café. The madrigal music of Courtly Noyse will be performed throughout the day at the church campus. Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 on the day of the tour. Visit www.all-souls.com or go to Walter Andersen Nursery, To the Point Café, Mission Hills Nursery or Ace Hardware as well for tickets.

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Eight athletes from La Jolla High School participated in the National Letter of Intent (NLI) signing at the Hall of Champions at Balboa Park. These athletes have competed for years at a top level in their sport and have reached their goal to be recruited and play for a Div. 1 college or university. By signing their NLI letter, they have officially committed to their university. The community of La Jolla and La Jolla High school wishes these athletes much success in their college carriers, in sports as well as academics. The student-athletes are, as pictured above, back row, from left: Ben Doyle, golf, University of California, Berkeley; Brett Volger, baseball, Colorado Mesa University; Sam Schneider, baseball, Amherst College; and Perry Cohen, golf, Saint Mary's College. Front row: Scarlett Hallahan, water polo, George Washington University; Taylor Bertrand, water polo, Arizona State University; Sarah Young, water polo, Indiana University; and Isabella Spies, rowing, Gonzaga.

LOOKING AHEAD The La Jolla High School female student-athletes sign their letters of intent, as do LJHS golfers Ben Doyle, left, and Perry Cohen. COURTESY PHOTOS

Braxton Burmeister displayed good footwork, but it wasn’t quite enough as the La Jolla Country Day (LJCD) Torreys football team suffered a tough 28-14 defeat at the hands of the Clairemont Chieftans in a CIF Div. IV first-round playoff game played at Country Day Nov. 15. Burmeister, a 5-foot11-inch, 185-pound freshman quarterback, scored on touchdown runs of 15 and 14 yards in the first and third quarters, respectively, for LJCD. Junior kicker Grayson Lyman showed a strong leg for the Torreys, converting successfully on both of his extra point attempts. With the loss, Country Day concludes their season with an overall record of 5-6. In other Nov. 15 football action, the Morse Tigers defeated The Bishop’s School Knights by a final score of 56-17 in a CIF Div. III first round playoff game at Morse High School. Bulla Graft, the Knights’ junior running back, ran the ball robustly, scoring on touchdown runs of 4 and 25 yards in the first and fourth quarters, respectively. Junior kicker Chris Alleyne exhibited a forceful leg, booming a 35yard field goal for Bishop’s. With the loss, the Knights concluded their season with an overall record of 7-4. — Rob Stone

GOT A SPORTS STORY? La Jolla Today wants to know more about school sports! Send any information about meets, games, achievements, records or more — along with any photos — to ljvn@sdnews.com. We’ll do our best to keep up with La Jolla’s student-athletes. Submissions will be printed space permitting.


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Hanukkah, Thanksgiving and looking forward to 2014 in UC

SANDY LIPPE University City is gearing up for the holidays and the new year. Read on to find out what’s happening in the community in the coming months. • HANUKKAH LATKES AND THANKSGIVING TURKEY will be

served together in many households on Nov. 28. “The first night of Hanukkah will be on Thanksgiving this year, for the first time [in a long time],” said Burt Becker. “Thanksgiving is set as the fourth Thursday in November, meaning the latest it can be is Nov. 28. This Nov. 28 is also the earliest Hanukkah can be.” • CHRISTMAS COMES EARLIER AND EARLIER with retailers hypno-

tizing shoppers through TV commercials, displays in stores and super sales pitches. In August, our neighbor Costco shocked summer clad consumers with Christmas cards and decorations on display. By October, most stores had Halloween and Christmas gifts close together on display. Poor, neglected Turkey Day is one of the best holidays in America that focuses on family gatherings. You don’t have to buy gifts or send cards, and turkey is still reasonably priced. With latkes to add to the feast this year, life is good. • GIVING THANKS THIS NOVEM-

UCCA LOOKS FORWARD TO 2014 — The University City Community Association held its election for 2014 officers on Nov. 13. Second term president Barry Bernstein went unchallenged. Bernstein, a retired elementary school principal who brings CEO skills to the job, is tireless in his efforts to make U.C. a great community. He also brings baseball skills as a former University of Arizona baseball player. Barbara Henshaw has been a professional volunteer for years — meaning she works without a paycheck — and will take over as vice president assisting Barry in his goals, namely to get more members BER, the University City Garden Club hopes to be able to thank some folks willing to share their

to be active in UCCA. Bonnie Hornbeck, a retired UCSD librarian, is back for a second year of taking notes as secretary. Finally, “money maven” Ginny Charvat will be treasurer for another year. She balances the financial books and brings expertise as an insurance expert of many years. Sixteen appointed officers will be announced by Bernstein. Check out the UCCA newsletter at www.universitycitynews.org. Pictured above are Ginny Charvat, treasurer; Barry Bernstein, president; and Barbara Henshaw, vice president. UCCA was instrumental in getting a new bus bench on Governor Drive. — Sandy Lippe

own beautiful gardens in 2014. If you are willing to share, the club provides beverages and snacks. You

provide the backyard. Email ucgardenclub@gmail.com or call (619) 884-2658. You will have your choice of date and time. • ON FRIDAY, DEC. 13, a lucky day for locals, the University City Community Association will put on a tree-lighting ceremony. The Standley Middle School Marching Band, barbershop quartet Tuesday Night Alibi and Our Mother of Confidence Children’s choir will bring back Christmas music classics. A fire truck from U.C. Station 35 will stop by, and hot chocolate and cookies will be served. Darlene Ventimiglia and Barbara Henshaw have lined up several elves to decorate the holiday tree designed by artist Judy Bethel. Standley Park Recreation Council and Standley staff will add to the activities, as well. The first annual Dinner with Santa will start at 5:30 p.m. Santa will be there to eat pasta and greet children and their parents. Where else can an adult get a

meal for $4 and feed the kids for $2 each? Crafts and activities like holiday face-painting will entertain the kiddies. Tickets go on sale on Nov. 29 at Standley Park — but don’t delay, as this might sell out. • SWANSON POOL WILL BE OPEN

until Friday, Dec. 13. Once again the city, in a money-saving move and for pool maintenance, will close the pool until Feb. 17. David Fullen, Swanson manager, doesn’t want to lose swimmers. Give him a call at (858) 552-1653 and ask him how we can keep Swanson open year round. • NOV. 22 IS ETCHED IN THE MEMORY of anyone who was alive

that day 50 years ago when President John F. Kennedy was assassinated. Fifty years seems like a long time ago, and we still cling to our community traditions like those mentioned above. Happy Thanksgiving; pass the latkes and join the upcoming activities.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR Nov. 22, 1963, 50 years ago, I was recuperating from the birth of my second son at the home of my parents. He had been born six days earlier. My mother and dad had taken my first born son to buy his first pair of shoes. While the baby was napping, I turned on the TV and realized that something tragic had happened. President Kennedy had been shot! I was overcome with disbelief, horror and anger that someone could commit such a vile act. Where is the future of our country,

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end of November,” Demorest said, adding money derived from Seahaus developer fees has been set aside for Midway bluff repairs. “The city has contributed $60,000 to do that whole project out of a city deferred capital bond,” Demorest said. “That bond is expected to go out early in 2014.” The enhanced Midway Bluff project will entail a coastal overlook area, possibly with some benches. “If we were able to fund trash collection out of the MAD (Maintenance Assessment District) budget, could the city collect the trash cans?” asked BRCC president Jacqueline Bell. “My understanding is we do have some trash cans available,” said Demorest. “It’s the collection of the trash cans that’s going to be the issue.” Bell said collection was not in BRCC’s current budget, and the group would have to look into the cost. “We’re required to follow the

the future of our family and is there a future? An earthshaking day that no one of that era will ever forget. Observing the process of grief that we all experienced will be everlasting. On a happier note, we will be celebrating my son’s 50th birthday this week. The day that Camelot ended, we started immediately searching and hoping for a new one, but it has not yet arrived.

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budget we’ve submitted to the city to the letter,” said Barbara Dunbar, the BRCC board member who administers the group’s MAD. Others in attendance wondered how much work it would actually take to clear the overlooks. “It seems like such a small item. How many minutes a day would it take someone to do this (trash pickup)?” asked local resident Mike Costello. Another concerned resident said there ought to be “some flexibility built into the contract” the MAD has with the city to alter it to allow coastal overlook trash collection. Schmidt said he’d be willing to form and participate in an ad hoc committee with the goal of arranging for overlook trash pickup. Dunbar said she’d investigate the possibility of having the MAD do trash pickup at ocean overlooks and get back to the board with her results at the group’s next meeting in February after the holiday break. BRCC meets the first Tuesday of the month at 6 p.m. Meeting locations are announced on the advisory group’s website at www.birdrockcc.org.


News CIVICREPORT>> La Jolla Community Planning Association, Nov. 7 By DAVE SCHWAB The La Jolla Community Plancome together instead of fighting ning Association’s (LJCPA) it out forever,” said Bird Rock resNovember meeting was novel as ident Mike Costello. “I hope the a proposed redevelopment of the trustees will vote for this project Biddulph residence that was origbecause it’s really the thing to do inally nixed almost unanimously when the neighborhood comes by the advisory group got neartogether.” unanimous approval the second LJCPA board member Gail time around. Forbes questioned what plants The reason for the about-face? would be used in the landscaping An equally rare instance where and was reassured by Peterson the developer and project neighthat they would be less than 6 bors were able to come together feet tall, a deed restriction that and negotiate a satisfactory comwould preserve the public viewpromise solution. shed. The Biddulph redevelopment The group voted successfully to calls for demolishing a 3,321reconsider the project then voted square-foot, two-story residence 11-0-3 to overturn their previous at 7106 Vista Del Mar in the vote in opposition to the redevelBeach-Barber Tract and conopment. structing a similarly sized After the vote, LJCPA trustee dwelling over a large 2,222Phil Merten congratulated both square-foot basement on the sides on reaching a compromise, small, 0.12-acre site. noting it would be good to see In August, LJCPA trustees that happening more often on voted 12-0-2 against the project housing redevelopment in La on grounds that it didn’t conform Jolla moving forward. with the La Jolla Community IN OTHER ACTION: Plan, that its bulk and scale were • Trustee David Little urged the out of character with the surLJCPA to “resurrect” a committee rounding neighborhood and dealing with rental properties. because the project would be “A little over two months ago noticeable within the public this group voted to form a committee to look into rental abuses, viewshed. but no action was ever taken “After our project did not because we failed to appoint a receive your approval, we decided chairman,” Little to put pencil to said. paper to see if we Group presicould work with I’ve been following dent Tony Crisafi Mr. Horowitz (a concerned this project since it asked for volunteers to step forneighbor) to came before the ward to lead and come up with a staff the commitcompromise DPR and it’s really tee. design,” said La gratifying to see • During pubJolla land-use people of good will lic comment, attorney Matt Sally Miller comPeterson, repre- come together plained about senting Biddulph. “It was a instead of fighting it “the slow demise of our sidepainful process, out forever. walks,” noting but we came up “every restauwith a much bet- MIKE COSTELLO rant in town ter design in the BIRD ROCK RESIDENT wants to have a outcome, reducsidewalk café,” ing heights in the which she said monopolizes sidehome and shifting the home furwalk space limiting the public ther away from the street to preright-of-way. Trustee Ray Weiss serve public views by limiting agreed, adding, “something else vegetation on the side yard. We bothers me: more than half the worked with the neighbors and sidewalks are consumed by the community to come up with shrubbery.” a compromise that addresses • Don Schmidt of La Jolla Hiseveryone’s concerns.” torical Society complimented Neighbors and community trustees on their recent handling planners concurred with Peterof homes designated as historison’s assessment. cal, and implored them “not to “It’s a wonderful project the second-guess yourselves” in way the new changes have been questioning the authenticity of made,” said neighbor Richard homes historically designated. Snyder. “It will be a real asset to Schmidt also cautioned the the neighborhood.” group to look carefully at coastal “I’ve been following this proproperties in La Jolla, many of ject since it came before the DPR which he said have been found to (Development Permit Review) contain sacred Native American Committee and it’s really gratifyburial remains. ing to see people of good will

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CIVICREPORT>> La Jolla Shores Association, Nov. 13 La Jolla Shores Association (LJSA) got a history lesson on the community’s design blueprint at its Nov. 13 meeting. At the group’s request, architect Phil Merten gave an overview of the history of the La Shores Planned District Ordinance (PDO) and La Jolla Design Manual, which prescribe what is — and is not — allowed in Shores commercial and residential development. Merten said the Shores’ PDO and design manual are distinctive in many important respects, differing from the city’s Municipal Codes, which apply to development in much of the rest of San Diego. The La Jolla Shores PDO is “unlike the typical zoning laws that apply over the entire city,” said Merten, adding the La Jolla Design Manual likewise is “unique.” The PDO and design manual are different in that they have some built-in flexibility, he said. Instead of the numerical setbacks, which apply citywide, the Shores PDO and design manual state instead that setbacks should be “in general conformity with those in the vicinity.” Shores land-use guidelines also place no limitations on building

size, requiring only that “30 percent of the property site be green landscaping.” Merten said the Shores PDO and design manual emerged during the late 1960s and early ’70s as a reaction to the multi-story building in what is now Laureate Park, and the high-rise Summer House (now La Jolla) Hotel, which led people at the time to conclude that Shores community planning was “headed in the wrong direction” and that escalating growth needed to be reined in. In subsequent years, the openness and flexibility of the PDO and design manual have led to differences of interpretation in the exact meaning of the language in the ordinance and its supporting documents. To learn more about the PDO and the boundaries of the Shores planning area, visit www.ljsa.org. In other news, Robert Clossin from UCSD was on hand to field questions posed by group members about the status of the Venter Center, and more specifically, about the question of accessing the facility from Torrey Pines Road. “When this first came to us, they had proposed access off Torrey Pines Road and we went nuts

The gavel has been passed at the La Jolla Village Merchants Association (LJVMA) from Phil Coller to Claude-Anthony “CA” Marengo. Coller, the business improvement fistrict’s (BID) first president, stepped down after 3 ½ years of service, handing group leadership over to Marengo, a newly elected LJVMA board member and partner in Marengo Morton Architects. Marengo credited his predecessor with encouraging him to get involved with the BID. “The reason I ran is because I could see the positive change

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that Phil brought to the community in creating some solidarity,” Marengo said. “Phil really was an inspiration.” Marengo said he intended to hit the ground running moving forward. “I think I have a lot to offer and I’m willing to work hard with the Mayor’s Office to solve the Cove stench problem,” he said. Coller got a standing ovation and an effusive “thank you” from the rank and file for his hard work in getting the organization off on the right foot. The outgoing president said the merchant group has its work

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cut out for it. “There’s no flesh on the bone,” said Coller of the state of La Jolla’s business community. “There’s a skeleton there.” “There are some really big issues — it has no heart, it has a deteriorating retail base,” continued Coller. “And so whoever is on this board, and stands for an officer’s position, they really have to make a big commitment and try to drag other people into the board.” Krista Baroudi of La Jolla Cove

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and said that’s not OK, that they need to do the opposite,” said LJSA board member Janie Emerson, adding Torrey Pines is already too heavily trafficked to allow safe access to the new science research facility. “The university heard that,” said Clossin. UCSD has subsequently proposed building a driveway to provide an alternate access driveway from Venter to Expedition Way, thus bypassing access from Torrey Pines, Clossin said. “We can put a letter together and approve moving the access and get something into the record about providing entrance and egress from Expedition Way,” said LJSA chairman Tim Lucas. LJSA board member Mary Coakley-Munk asked the timeline on constructing the new access way from Venter, to which Clossin replied, “Six months. We’ve spent a lot of time redesigning it (road access).” In the same meeting, LJSA also heard replies to queries about the legality of mobile food trucks increasingly seen in the Shores. Greg Parkington of District 1 City

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Christmas parade owes much to donors, volunteers The 56th annual La Jolla Christmas Parade and Holiday Festival on Sunday, Dec. 8 promises to be spectacular with more than 100 entries, including beauty queens, equestrians, vintage vehicles, judged floats and the most bands ever, as well as several thousand youngsters marching in groups, with everything from Girl and Boy Scouts to school marching bands and color guards. “We’ve got 60-plus equestrians, fire engines, a bus from Birch Aquarium and Omar the camel is back,” said Ann Kerr Bache, parade organizer for the 16th year. The Holiday Festival immediately following the 2 p.m. parade is another don’t-miss event activity and a good way to get acquainted with the community and all it has to offer. “The festival will have great entertainment — arts and crafts, music, watercolor painting, surf lessons and a kids’ zone with face A star-studded lineup of parade grand marshals includes: GRAND MARSHAL: WindanSea Surf Club celebrating its 50th anniversary TRADITIONAL MARSHAL: Claudia and Willis Allen, Jr., co-owners of Crystal Pier Hotel and Cottages INNOVATION MARSHAL: Tyler Orion, interim president of CONNECT, a non profit accelerator of emerging technology and life science companies in San Diego PHILANTHROPIC MARSHAL: Sherry

painting, jumpees and Santa Claus riding in on the black sleigh courtesy of Sunrise Rotary Club, who will be taking pictures with kids,” Kerr Bache said. “We’ll have an education area where people can learn about the organizations in the community.” The Holiday Festival will be held at the La Jolla Recreation Center, 615 Prospect St. Fundraising co-chairs for the 2013 event are local business leaders Peter Farrell, Bill Kellogg and Jack McGrory, assisted by Debbie Dorsee of the Dorsee Company. Kerr Bache credited her fundraising crew of Farrell, Kellogg and McGrory with “doing a dynamite job of raising money and keeping the tradition alive, for which we as a community should be incredibly grateful.” The parade sponsor once again this year is Audrey S. Geisel and major sponsors include La Jolla Management Company, Merrill Lynch

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Wealth Management and Steven E. Kowalski, The Albergram, La Jolla Country Market, Sycamore Court, Village Corner, The Wall Street Building and county Supervisor Ron Roberts. Appropriately enough, the theme for this year’s winter classic event is “Christmas in the Surf and Sand.” The holiday event is unique in that it is organized and run by a small committee of community volunteers and is fully funded through community sponsorships and donations with more than 70 percent of the donations coming from individuals. The festive day ends with the lighting of the Christmas Tree at 4:30 p.m. “We sing ‘Silent Night’ gathered around the tree, which is decorated courtesy of GDC Construction,” said Kerr Bache. For more information visit www.ljparade.com.

Ahern, creator/promoter of La Jolla Open Aire Market and the La Jolla Art & Wine Festival, recognized for her community service work MILITARY MARSHAL: Mount Soledad Veterans Memorial Association honoring the organization for its community work with and for veterans YOUTH MARSHALS: Rachelle Roberson, 1st grade, All Hallows Academy, Rose Conlin, 7th grade, Stella Maris Academy and Mahine Guilpain and Andrew Petruzell, 8th grade, San Diego French American School

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HOLIDAY FESTIVAL SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Entertainment Stage — Ron Jones, emcee • 2:30 p.m.: La Jolla High School Jazz Band, Mike Fiedler, director • 3:15 p.m.: The Kukui Nuts Hawaiian Music • 3:50 p.m.: Ukelele Bruddahs

Arts & Education Area ~ • ART Interactive with Alice Wang (watercolor and pencil) • Birch Aquarium at Scripps • Coco Tihanyi & her Surf Divas (surfing and water-safety instructions) • Gym Ventures and Kid Ventures (interactive crafts and skills) • The Magic of Jazz with Mary Talbot, Southern California Jazz Society Education Arcade ~ • Canine Companions • Mt Soledad Memorial Association • San Diego Police Museum • San Diego Zoo • USS Midway Museum 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. ~ Kids’ Zone, air jump, air obstacle course, face painting 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. ~ Photos with Santa post parade 4:30 p.m. ~ “Silent Night” & lighting of the La Jolla Christmas Tree (arranged by Sunrise Rotary) All Holiday Festival events take place at the La Jolla Recreation Center, 615 Prospect St.

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DEC. 3: BIRD ROCK COMMUNITY COUNCIL HOLIDAY PARTY WHERE: Voce Del Mare restaurant, 5518 La Jolla Blvd., 6 p.m. HOW MUCH: Free heavy hors d’oeuvres, no-host bar WHAT: Come together as a neighborhood to thank volunteers, introduce next year’s board members and reflect on another year in the community. (The party takes the place of regular BRCC monthly meeting. birdrockcc.org

NOV. 27: ANNUAL TURKEY CALLING SHOW WHERE: Seuss Room, Geisel Library, UC San Diego, noon HOW MUCH: Free WHAT: Presented in the style of an old-time live radio broadcast, the show offers instruction on how to use turkey calls and find out how the American turkey became popular in European art. Hosted by sound effects expert Scott Paulson and featuring the Teeny-Tiny Pit Orchestra, the event will bring special guests from various corners of Geisel Library and UCSD, including Aislinn Sotelo as “radio ballet teacher” and Melanie Peters as “story lady.” Others featured are actors Ellen Lawson & Glenn Motil and musicians Christian Hertzog & Kirk Wang. More information: spaulson@ucsd.edu, (858) 822-5758, libraries.ucsd.edu or scottsounds.com

DEC. 8: HOLIDAY ART IN THE GARDEN WHERE: 5571 Bellevue Ave., 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. HOW MUCH: Free WHAT: Resident Leslie Davis has once again offered her artistic garden for the Bird Rock Artist Guild’s annual event. Guests will make their way through the garden, where they will find art in a variety of media from local artists. Enjoy the latest work from featured artist Scott Wright, as well as live music and refreshments. Any donations will help Art Reach, ARTS and the La Jolla Historical Society.

NOV. 24: TYPHOON RELIEF CRAFT FAIR WHERE: San Diego Jewish Academy, 11860 Carmel Creek Road, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. HOW MUCH: Suggested $5 donation WHAT: To benefit victims of Typhoon Haiyan, 100 percent of the vendor fees, as well as all the proceeds raised from donations and purchases of food and refreshments will go to the victims. The crafters will also be donating a portion of their sales from the fair.

DEC. 7-8: LA JOLLA SYMPHONY & CHORUS’ ‘UTTERLY ECSTATIC’ WHERE: Mandeville Auditorium at UCSD, 7:30 p.m. on Saturday and 2 p.m. on Sunday HOW MUCH: $15-$29 WHAT: Concert features Aaron Jay Kernis’ “Musica Celestis” followed by the world premiere of a work by Thomas Nee Commission-recipient Paul Hembree and a rare performance of Maurice Ravel’s “Daphnis et Chloe.” Steven Schick conducts the Kernis and the Ravel, with choral director David Chase conducting chorus and orchestra in Hembree’s “Ikarus-Azur.” www.lajollasymphony.com, (858) 534-4637


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DEDICATION: above: Maryl Weightman, Susan McClellan, Vicki Eddy, Julie Sarno, Charlotte Rand DEDICATION: above: Jan Reital (SA VP of communications), Terry Cooper (WoD luncheon chairwoman; tea host), with Women of Dedication honorees Cynthia Kronemyer, Jeanette Day, Mary Mulvihill, Anseth Richards

STORYBOOK: above: Dwayne Junker (UTR board chairman), Betty Mohlenbrock (UTR founder) and Bill Mohlenbrock, Carolyn Colwell (board member), Dianne Ratzel (former chairwoman), Fran Holian (former board chairman) Left: Jennifer Holm (author; speaker, honorary chairwoman) and daughter Millie, Eric and Carol Raiter (she’s event chairwoman), Sally Ann Zoll (UTR CEO) and Jim Zoll

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with Vincent Andrunas Each spring, the Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary hosts a lavish luncheon to honor 15 of the community’s most dedicated volunteers for their gifts of time, talent and spirit. The 49th annual Women of Dedication luncheon, titled “Art of the Heart,” will be held at the Sheraton San Diego Hotel and Marina on

April 9. Terry Cooper, who will chair the coming luncheon, hosted a tea at her beautiful La Jolla home recently to announce and present the 2014 honorees. Vicki Eddy introduced them and read a short bio describing each woman’s community service. Among the 15 being honored are La Jollans Jeanette Day, Cynthia Kronemyer, Mary Mulvihill and Anseth Richards.

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Daddy’s not home. Hasn’t been for months. He’s in the Navy, Army or any of our country’s military services. Or maybe it’s mommy — American patriots of both genders eagerly serve their country. But deployments far from home separate them from their families, and

quite importantly, from their young children. It’s tough for a kid to deal with — and for the remaining parent who’s left to explain, and make up for, the absence of the other. As a young mother and wife of a military flight surgeon, Betty Mohlenbrock experienced the stress of family separation. When her husband returned from military duty, their 2-year-old daughter didn’t recognize him. A teacher and reading specialist, she had a great idea. In 1989, she founded United Through Reading (UTR), based on a vision that America’s service members could stay connected with their families by reading aloud on video. Since then, more than 1.5 million children, parents and other caring adults have participated. The

STORYBOOK: above: Danielle and Coast Guard Petty Officer Thomas Hartung, Coast Guard Capt. Joseph Hester, Katy Hester, Coast Guard Capt. Sean Mahoney and Christine Mahoney

STORYBOOK: above: Craig Ozaki, Navy Capt. Doug Grossmann, Navy Capt. Maureen Fox, Grace Sylvester (UTR recipient), Todd Sylvester (Grace’s father; Maureen Fox’s husband), Navy Capt. James Smyth

concept is simple but effective. Military units set up small facilities where service members can record themselves STORYBOOK: above: Gary Hall and Denise Jelinskireading a book. Their Hall, Melissa Malloy (UTR Army program manager), videos are sent to their Kara Dallman (UTR sr. director for operations), Vaneschildren at home. As the sa and James Rodriguez child watches the video, the reaction is recorded and sent embraced the storytelling idea. It’s back to the service member, encournow provided to all branches of the aging them to record again. This armed services, at nearly 200 repeated contact reassures the child recording locations worldwide. that the deployed parent is safe and Volunteer support minimizes thinking of home. The experience costs, but financial aid is still eases the stress of separation and required. Global defense and securimakes homecomings easier. It also ty company BAE Systems and imbues young children with a love national retailer Target are two of of reading, encouraging them to learn. The military has warmly SEE SOCIETY >> PG. 21

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Shores looks to be next destination for local restaurateur Village restaurateur George Hauer met with La Jolla Shores residents recently to announce his intent to convert part of the former Shores Market space at 2259 Avenida de la Playa into a Mexican restaurant. But the expansion is contingent on Hauer’s obtaining a liquor license, which could take several months. Hauer, owner of the upscale, threestory George’s at the Cove in La Jolla Village, is one of three new restaurants eyeing expansion into La Jolla Shores’ commercial strip along Avenida de la Playa. The expanding number of restaurants in the oceanside La Jolla neighborhood — which already includes a French and an Italian restaurant, as well as numerous delis, a pizza place and a sandwich shop — has led to speculation that the area is morphing into an international restaurant row. Shores merchant Terry Kraszewski, owner of Ocean Girl boutique and a member of La Jolla Shores Merchants Association, said Brick & Bell Café, with an existing restaurant at 928 Silverado St., has signed a lease for a new restaurant site on Avenida de la Playa. She said one of the owners of the Islands chain is also building a new restaurant — not a part of the Islands chain — in the Shores commercial strip. “That’s three new restaurants that are going into the easternmost block of Avenida de La Playa,” said

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Kraszewski, who sat in on the Hauer concerns regarding the early- mornmeeting with locals who were told ing loading and unloading of restauthe prospective new Mexican restaurant supplies and food to the back of rant there has been tentatively the restaurant, as well as the outdoor named Galaxy. One guest suggested dining and music that is planned to “Jorge’s” might be a better moniker include evening hours by the new for the new eatery. tenants.” Tim Lucas, chair of the La Jolla Miller said her major concern, Shores Association (LJSA), the comhowever, was with the “outdated munity advisory group making recrefrigeration system and poor mainommendations to the city on neighborhood issues, also attended the meeting with Hauer. Lucas said a Mexicanthemed restaurant with more causal beach attire is “an interesting concept,” noting most of the 30 people who attended “seemed to be in favor of it.” MOVING IN A sign notifies the public of a future business Notable exceptions planning to sell alcohol at the former site of the Miss were some neighbors China restaurant on Avenida de la Playa. COURTESY PHOTO who live near the old Shores market site. tenance of the Kellogg building. We Barbara Miller, who lives one block are counting on the new tenants, from the site owned by the Kellogg who fortunately were solicitous of family, said she has concerns about a feedback from local residents, to work restaurant there. closely with the Beach and Tennis “While we welcome businesses Club to address these noise issues so coming into the Shores that improve that we can all peacefully coexist with the quality of life, we have serious one another.” concerns regarding the noise levels Bill Kellogg of the La Jolla Beach & coming from the refrigeration system Tennis Club who owns the old Market on top of the roof, along with the fan Building, which has been vacant a noise at the back of the building,” couple years, was effusive about the Miller said. “Adding to this are our prospect of Hauer moving in.

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“George is a great operator and we’re very pleased about this development,” Kellogg said, adding it was difficult to find another independent market to move into that retail space as “big operators, large chains are just dominating, they have been able to keep (profit) margins very low, which has made it nearly impossible for small operators to compete. We’d love to have another market in that space, but I just don’t think it can happen.” Kellogg said Hauer expects to take about two-thirds of the space available on the ground level. He added the building’s upstairs level, which is inhabited by about eight different offices, won’t be affected. Kellogg said there’s about 9,000 square feet of leasable space available on both building levels. Lucas agreed the market will ultimately determine what type of new businesses will go in on Avenida de la Playa. “In this economy, retail shops are doing well, but there’s not enough foot-traffic in the Shores to support typical little beach touristy shops that do well in other communities,” he said. “So restaurants are moving in.” George’s at the Cove chef Trey Foshee said it was too early in the process to comment further on plans for Galaxy. Hauer could not be reached for comment.

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Senior Lifestyle Local author and La Jolla Today contributor pens and publishes 20th book By DAVE SCHWAB In her 20th and latest selfwas a help book, Dr. Natasha Josefowitz plumbs the poetic depths of feeling over the loss of her longtime husband. “Living Without the One You Cannot Live Without: Hope and Healing after Loss” chronicles the end of Josefowitz’s husband’s life and the beginning of her soulful journey to come to terms with it. “I hope that this book will help someone go through the grieving process and to heal and not feel so alone,” said the 87-year-old author. “I’m hoping this book will help them as much as it helped me to write it.” “Living Without The One You Cannot Live Without” got a favorwoman’s guide to making it in a able write up in Kirkus Review, male-dominated world. Though which said, “Josefowitz touchingly pleased with the progress the chronicles the painful first year women’s movement has made, after the death of her longtime Josefowitz was quick to add, husband. … Free verse documents “We’re arriving — but we’re not the slow burn of her grief … The there yet.” author never shies away from difSumming up her feelings about ficulties she faces … Josefowitz’s feminism, Josefowitz was once poems, in all their raw tenderness, addressing a staid group of policeare sometimes excruciating to men and told them, “My grandma read, but they’re ultimately testawas a lady, my mother was one of ments to a great love, and the girls, I’m a woman affirmations of the author’s and my daughter is a new identity as a single, doctor.” self-sustaining woman in “I’m answering needs,” her elder years.” said Josefowitz about her A professor of managewriting, which she admits ment for 30 years, Joseis as self-involving as it is fowitz is an internationally compulsive. “All my books known business consulare personal, even my first NATASHA tant and keynote speaker. one, ‘Path To Power.’” JOSEFOWITZ She had her own weekly Her readers, she said, program on public radio and a have told her “they feel like I’m monthly segment on television, holding their hand” while they’re and was a guest on numerous reading her work. radio and TV shows, including “All “Giving birth to a book is like givThings Considered,” “The Larry ing birth to a child,” Josefowitz said. King Show,” and “The Dr. Ruth She believes she has more books Show.” She is the best-selling in her. For her, writing is all about author and award-winning poet self-revelation, and, ultimately, of 19 business and poetry books sharing that experience with othand her work has been published ers. in more than 100 journals and “If you are willing to be vulneramagazines including the Harvard ble, and go to places inside of you Business Review, the Wall Street where you are ashamed, angry, Journal, Psychology Today, the Lonscared, worried or anxious — don Times and many major U.S. places you don’t talk about — it’s a newspapers. Her bimonthly coluniversal experience that everyone umn appears in La Jolla Today and else has had,” she said. “That’s why San Diego Jewish World website. my books hit such chords in people. An immigrant who spent time They say to me, ‘Did you follow me on Ellis Island, Josefowitz describes around?’ ‘Is this book about me?’ I herself as a “late bloomer.” She get that all the time.” returned to school in her 40s and “Living Without the One You got her master’s degree in social Cannot Live Without” is available work after raising her children. on amazon.com and at Warwick’s A lifelong feminist who once at 7812 Girard Ave. toured with Gloria Steinem, Josefwitz’s first book, “Path To Power,”

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La Jolla is home to a wide range of cutting-edge fitness concepts, each with its own unique approach and each able to get you looking and feeling your best. La Jolla Today will feature a different fitness-related business in the coming issues. Be sure to check back often to find the right fit for your lifestyle and goals. Orangetheory Fitness in La Jolla Village offers a science-based approach that helps patrons find the “sweet spot” in their cardiovascular workout, allowing them to achieve maximum weight-loss and bodybuilding results. A hybrid approach that first developed in 2008, Orangetheory Fitness combines heart rate-based treadmill training with indoor rowing and weightlifting. “It’s really cross-training at its finest,” said studio owner Billy Borja, a veteran of more than 20 years in the martial arts and fitness industries. Borja explained that Orangetheory uses the Excess Post Exercise Oxygen Consumption (EPOC) program. During the course of the hour-long EPOC workout, patrons in group sessions are taken through five gradually increasing “zones” of escalating heart-rate activity via exercise on the various apparatus. “We do interval training on the treadmills, use rowers, which limit impact on the body’s joints, and freeweight dumbbells, suspension straps and medicine balls, which allow you to get your cardio and strength training in all at once,” Borja said. “The goal is to get you into the

DINING >> CONT. FROM PG. 11 brunch from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Nov. 28. Executive chef Mareyja Sisbarro will serve Thanksgiving-inspired specials, including Bourbon pumpkin pie pancakes with roasted pecans and cinnamon whipped cream, Thanksgiving eggs Benedict with house-roasted turkey, spinach, cranberry sauce and sage hollandaise, and a breakfast “burger” with sausage, over-

FINDING THE ORANGE EFFECT Orangetheory offers a sciencebased approach combining cardio treadmill training with rowing and weightlifting. DAVE SCHWAB

fourth zone, the orange zone, where you’re working at 85 percent or higher of your maximum heart rate for 12 to 20 minutes. When you achieve this, it allows you to burn calories from fat up to 36 hours post-workout.” It’s the time-delay fat-burn, the “orange effect,” which makes Orangetheory’s program so revolutionary, adherents claim. Orangetheory workouts are guided by highly qualified fitness coaches who lead patrons in small groups through the program, which carefully monitors each member’s fitness levels, especially heart rate. “Each member is then emailed automatically a computer printout of their workout, how many calories are burned, maximum heart rate, how much time they’re spending in each workout zone, etc. ” said Borja. Borja, who, as a personal trainer, has tested numerous fitness modalities, said he paid a visit earlier this year to an Orangetheory fitness center in Newport Beach and could tell right away “they were on to something big.”

Best of all, the Orangetheory modality is adaptable for use by anyone no matter what their age or physical condition, Borja said. “This is the most efficient way to get into shape,” he said. “When you come to our facility, you might be next to somebody that’s 40 or 50 pounds overweight with a sedentary lifestyle who has high blood pressure and needs to lose weight through cardio training. “Or you could have an elite athlete next to you — or everyone in between.” Orangetheory is a membership fitness studio offering a variety of payment options. “We have no long-term contracts,” said Borja. “We are a month-to-month membership program. And if you are a member, you can go to any Orangetheory studio in the network at no additional cost. Orangetheory is also open every day of the year except Christmas, with classes beginning as early as 5:30 a.m. For more information, call (858) 551-8750, stop by 7734 Girard Ave., Suite C or visit www.orangetheoryfitness.com.

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lounge. Weary shop owners and employees can enjoy special happy hour prices from 4 to 7 p.m. A menu of Mediterranean-inspired bites by Chef Donald Lockhart will also be available for guests. Free valet in December — Guests who come to either Cusp or Hiatus receive free valet service any time on any night of the week, including Christmas and New Year’s Eve. Cusp and Hiatus are located at 7955 La Jolla Shores Drive. For more information, visit www.cusprestaurant.com or call

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Music Live music calendar >> Friday, Nov. 22 • Tomcat Courtney, blues legend, 5 p.m., Café-Bar Europa • Lisa Campbell, 6 p.m., Prospect Bar • AJ DeGrasse Trio, piano jazz, 7 p.m., Eddie V’s • The Frights, 1950s- and ’60sinspired surf punk, 7 p.m., Che Café • Breez’n, jazz and pop, 7 p.m., Amaya • Tad Sisler, 8 p.m., Manhattan of La Jolla • Chamber Ensembles, classical, 8 p.m., CPMC Concert Hall, UCSD • FUNdamental Fridays, DJ night, 8 p.m., Barfly • AfroJazziacs, Latin/Afro Cuban jazz with Louie Valenzuela, 9 p.m., Café-Bar Europa • Noah Gunderson, 9 p.m., The Loft • Stratos, classic covers, 9 p.m., Beaumont’s

Saturday, Nov. 23 • Mango Melody, acoustic covers, 10 a.m., Bird Rock Coffee Roasters • Ryan Hiller, noon, Prospect Bar • Jimmy Lewis, 3:15 p.m., Prospect Bar • Tomcat Courtney, 5 p.m., Café-Bar Europa • Aquile, 6:30 p.m., Prospect Bar • Freddie A Dream Trio, 7 p.m., Eddie V’s • Lafayette Blues Band, jazz and pop, 7 p.m., Amaya • Tad Sisler, 8 p.m., Manhattan of La Jolla • The Locust, grindcore, 8 p.m.,

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Porter’s Pub • Superstar Saturdays, DJ night, 8 p.m., Barfly • Blitzen Trapper, indie rock, 8 p.m., Porter’s Pub • Cayucas, indie pop, 9 p.m., The Loft • DJ Night, 9 p.m., Prospect Bar • The Tilt, classic rock & Americana, 9:30 p.m., Beaumont’s • Jah Love, reggae 9 p.m., Café-Bar Europa

Sunday, Nov. 24 • Joe Cardillo, 11:30 a.m., Beaumont’s • Brent Curtis & Mike Myrdal, noon, Prospect Bar • Sounds Like Four, jazz, 4 p.m., Café-Bar Europa • Jimmy Lewis, 4 p.m., Prospect Bar • Ray Briz Trio, piano jazz, 5 p.m., Eddie V’s • Brian Wahlstrom, blues, 7 p.m., Amaya • Bambu, hip-hop, 7 p.m., Porter’s Pub • Victoria Martino, baroque violin, 7:30 p.m., Athenaeum • Middle Earth, Belly dance ensemble, 8 p.m., Café-Bar Europa

Monday, Nov. 25 • Adrian Liu, young prodigy classical, noon, Athenaeum • Sean Murphy, 4 p.m., Café-Bar Europa • John Cain, 5 p.m., Eddie V’s • Son pa Ti, Latin dance music, 7 p.m., Café-Bar Europa • JoJo Hahn, classic rock, 7 p.m., Amaya

Tuesday, Nov. 26 • Stephanie Schmitz, Brazilian jazz and world music, 5 p.m., Café-Bar Europa • Chris Cerna Trio, 5 p.m., Eddie V’s • Lisa Campbell, 6:30 p.m., Prospect Bar • Jon Sandoval, jazz and pops, 7 p.m., Amaya • Grupo Globo, Latin jazz, 7 p.m., Café-Bar Europa • Hibou, Seattle-based atmospheric pop rock, 7 p.m., Che Café • UCSD Gospel Choir, 8 p.m., Mandeville Auditorium • Chamber Orchestra, 8 p.m., CPMC Theatre, UCSD

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• AfroJazziacs, 9 p.m., Café-Bar Europa • John Stanley King, blues and rock, 9 p.m., Beaumont’s

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• Aquile, 6:30 p.m., Prospect Bar • Mark Leesman Band, blues to Top 40, 7 p.m., Amaya • JazzMikan, 7 p.m., Eddie V’s • Tad Sisler, 8 p.m., Manhattan Superstar Saturdays, DJ night, 8 p.m., Barfly • Jade Visions Jazz Trio, 9 p.m., Café-Bar Europa • Random Radio, classic covers, 9 p.m., Beaumont’s

Saturday, Nov. 24 • Ryan Hiller, noon, Prospect Bar • Jimmy Lewis, 3:15 p.m., Prospect Bar • Tomcat Courtney, 6 p.m., Café-Bar Europa • Modern Life Is War, hardcore punk, 6:30 p.m., Che Café

See the full music calendar at ljtoday.com

Wednesday, Nov. 27 • Kevin and Eduardo, Latin guitar, 4 p.m., Café-Bar Europa • Aquile, 6 p.m., Prospect Bar • Freddie A Dream Trio, 6 p.m., Eddie V’s • Rick Ross, jazz and pop, 7 p.m., Amaya • Tomcat Courtney, 7 p.m., Café-Bar Europa • Mike Myrdal, 8 p.m., Beaumont’s

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Friday, Nov. 29 • Tomcat Courtney, 5 p.m., Café-Bar Europa • Lisa Campbell, 6 p.m., Prospect Bar • AJ DeGrasse Trio, 6 p.m., Eddie V’s • Chicken Bone Slim, blues, 7 p.m., Amaya • Tad Sisler, 8 p.m., Manhattan of La Jolla • Fly Fridays, DJ night, 8 p.m., Barfly

The Tilt

MUSTHEAR >> There are plenty of local bands steeped in Americana, but few could match the fire and intensity of the Tilt. Based around the duo of Jeff Irwin and Jesse Malley, with bassist John Urban and drummer Abel Vallejo, the band’s music is gritty, country-tinged, bluesinspired and rockin’ — sort of what Led Zeppelin might have sounded like if it had emerged from Southern California instead of the UK.

Malley’s vocals are great, but this is a package deal, with great originals and inspired covers by the likes of Freddie King, Janis Joplin and James Brown. Anyone looking for rock played with good old-fashioned passion will want to check out the Tilt. This is a band that loves what they do and you will to. THE TILT: Saturday, Nov. 23 at BEAUMONT’S, 5662 La Jolla Blvd. 9 p.m., 21 and up. www.beaumontseatery.com — Bart Mendoza

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We have long been living with the paradigm that the best time of the year to sell a home is somewhere between April and July. Seems reasonable and everyone has their reasons for believing so. Oftentimes, the public reads the newspaper or listens to a television newscast about real estate, and then mistakenly thinks that whatever has been said applies broadly to all realestate markets. In fact, national, regional and local markets can and often do have different characteristics and driving forces that affect supply, demand and pricing — hence the reason for hiring a real-estate agent knowledgeable about the market where you want to buy or sell. When we analyze the factors that influence real-estate markets in our areas, we are often surprised. When we look at the number of home sales in San Diego County for the recent few years, clearly we see higher selling months in the second and third quarters of the year, and a decline toward the end of the year. There may be myriad reasons that contribute

So, you think you know the best time to sell your home... to this regional trend. The real interesting observation for 2012 in La Jolla was both the graduating increase in home sales throughout the entire year and the absence of a fourth-quarter decline. In fact, during the past three years in La Jolla, there have been at least as many homes sold in the fourth quarter (October, November and December) as any other time during those respective years. As has been inferred already, buyers are buying houses toward the end of the year, in spite of contrarian views. And yet, historically, more listing contracts are cancelled or withdrawn, meaning homes are removed from the market, during the fourth quarter than at nearly any other time of the year. Presumably, this happens because our paradigm tells us that houses do not sell during the holiday seasons, or perhaps because sellers do not want the added stress of preparing and showing their houses during this time of the year for fear of interrupting holiday planning. More frightening yet might be the possibility that should a buyer present an attractive offer, the buyer will likely want to celebrate the holidays in their new house, kicking out the sellers to enjoy the festive year-end by drinking hot chocolate in a nearby hotel.

REAL ESTATEBRIEFS >> Real estate brothers await sentencing in La Jolla fraud Two real-estate brokers who are also brothers have pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud in the sale of expensive homes in La Jolla, Del Mar and San Diego. Both Adel Atkarian, 40, and Atef Atkarian, 38, have surrendered their U.S. and Iranian passports as part of terms in posting $100,000 bond and agreed not to reapply. They have also agreed

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not to work in real estate while free on bond. They will be sentenced on March 17 before U.S. District Court Judge John Houston. Adel Afkarian lives in Carlsbad and his brother lives in Slidell, La. The brothers admitted they fraudulently obtained the proceeds of the sales of homes from innocent purchasers who were unaware of the existence of outstanding liens on the properties held by banks, according to the

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Here is something else that most people do not realize: the slowest-selling periods seem to be in January and February — ironically, just when all of those previously cancelled and withdrawn contracts are coming back on the market. Take all of what is written here in caution. The walk-away is that, with all other things being reasonably stable in the economy, if you were considering to list your home for sale, do so when you are (1) motivated, (2) when it

U.S. Attorney’s Office. They allegedly used sham entities to record documents falsely with fraudulent deeds of trust to eliminate the existing debt to banks. The addresses of some of the La Jolla homes are listed in court records, and it includes a pledge by prosecutors not to pursue further charges on specified addresses in La Jolla. Documents say there were omissions in loan applications that were listed in other people’s names. The brothers allegedly deceived mortgage lenders with straw buyers.

fits your planning and/or (3) when the market data suggests is a proactive time, not so much by when you have always heard is the best cycle or season to sell. In addition, our advice is to consult with a knowledgeable and competent real-estate agent who keeps track of home-sales metrics and can provide that valuable information so you can determine for yourself when the market conditions appear to be attractive to you. A case-in-point was when too many buyers were caught by surprise back in years 2005/06, presumably because they expected the wave to continue and that they simply did not have access to the trending data that could have warned them otherwise. Remember, as part of your planning process to sell, consult with a trusted real-estate agent who can provide you the information and trending that you need in making your decisions. If you have any questions about real estate in San Diego, send your inquiries to Charles Schevker, or Natasha Alexander at Cschevker@san.rr.com. They will respond directly to you, and those questions that have a broader public appeal will be published along with our next column in La Jolla Today.

The brothers have agreed to forfeit more than $388,000 in cash and one property they own in Rancho Penasquitos, according to court records. — Neal Putnam Realty ONE Group expanded with the opening of its office in Carlsbad area off Palomar Airport Road. The office is one of the first locations for what is expected to be a wide footprint throughout San Diego, led by Tina King, who is responsible for overseeing local operations. King, a veteran real-

estate professional, was a top producer with Keller Williams Realty, where she later became a productivity coach, pioneering a program that was implemented regionally. “Tina’s extensive experience in the industry, coupled with her proven performance as a mentor, will ensure our success as we take the San Diego area by storm,” said Kuba Jewgieniew, Realty ONE Group’s founder and CEO. “She has coached more than 1,000 agents in her career, and if local

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Real Estate Today Town Council hears about charity aid, Village Garden Club and more By DAVE SCHWAB The La Jolla Town Council (LJTC) got a lesson on international humanitarian aid at its November meeting. Michael Whipple, CEO of International Orphan Care (IOC), a nonprofit, non-political humanitarian organization supporting schools and medical clinics in Herat and Jalalabad in Afghanistan, said that country has been devastated by war since the Soviet invasion in 1979. “More than 1.5 million children have lost their parents and there are more than 700,000 orphans living in sub-poverty conditions,” Whipple said. Whipple told trustees about the plight of Khalida, a teenage Afghani severely disfigured by tumors who has been brought back to San Diego to undergo expert plastic reconstruction surgery to her face. “Our organization is about people who care, want to be involved and make a difference,” said Whipple. “There are enormous problems throughout the world we can’t help, but if we can have an impact on one other person, it has an impact on your life.” Whipple also talked about a jobtraining program the IOC offers Afghan women, which teaches them how to become seamstresses, as well as presenting them with a $75 tool kit at the end of the program, allowing them to buy a rudimentary sewing machine to get them started in home businesses to earn money.

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agents are ready to grow their business or their team, she can get them there ...” The office features conference areas and 17 private offices, housing real-estate personnel, a fulltime branch manager, compliance officer and office administrator, as well as access to complementary in-house services through Realty ONE Group’s affiliation with Everest Escrow and Movement Mortgage. “I am delighted to be an integral part of growing something so significant,” King said. “It is a

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the program’s major supporters. Both sponsored UTR’s annual black-tie fundraiser, The Storybook Ball, held at the Hyatt Aventine on a recent Saturday. Carol Raiter chaired, and the 345 guests included many active-duty military personnel in dress uniforms. The reception featured shrimp, sushi and a big silent auction. An exceptional filet mignon and salmon dinner was served. Honorary chairwoman Jennifer Holm, daughter of Navy parents and best-selling author of chil-

pleasure to talk to prospective agents because I can confidently assert that our model is the best in the industry. High-performing professionals can brand themselves, while knowing that Realty ONE Group provides everything they need for long-term success. I guarantee that hard-working agents will be more, have more and make more when they join Realty ONE Group.” The firm has expanded throughout California, augmented by its recently introduced franchise program. For more information, visit www.RealtyONEGroup.com. — Staff and contribution

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She refuses to entertain discussion about moving to a retirement home. What should we do? I believe that all moms and dads and aunts and uncles ought to stay at home as long as it is safe to do so. There are services that evaluate and help adjust a home for safety and ease of movement for aging loved ones. For about $300-$500, you can have an assessment done and then get the changes made with the help of a contractor. Negotiate with the parent that this will

be an interim step and further changes might be needed in the future. Remember from a financial point of view, staying home is the least expensive way forward. Hiring caretakers for specific needs like housekeeping or bathing costs less than the same services at a facility. It requires more planning and attention from you. However, your loved ones will be much happier. — SharonAnn Hamilton is author of The Retirement Concierge, a baby boomer’s playbook for navigating the future. Questions are welcome via email to guidesharonann@gmail.com or www.TheRetirementConcierge-.com.

dren’s books, gave an entertaining and humorous keynote address. Joseph Hester, captain of the first Coast Guard ship to adopt UTR’s program, told how childhood reading helped him choose his career and made him the person he is today. While deployed, UTR helped keep him and his crew in touch with their young children. Short videos also helped illustrate UTR’s work, encouraging the enthusiastic audience’s generosity. An 18-item live auction and a donation paddle-raise helped the event raise about $350,000 for the cause.

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• Linda Shaw of Village Garden Club of La Jolla talked about an ongoing project launched by her group. “We’ve been planting jacaranda trees all over San Diego in the Embarcadero, at the central library and in Horton Plaza,” Shaw said. “We now have seven, 6-foot-tall new jacaranda trees planted on Pearl Street in 24-inch boxes in front of the Maserati dealership, The Comedy Store, Copy Cove, Pearl Street Car Wash and El Pescadore Fish Market.” • Trustee Nancy Gardner reported that the council’s Dancing with the Stars fundraiser in October “did not lose money,” and that the auction associated with the event “made money the first year.” • Trustee Yolanda deRiquer said a cruise from Los Angeles to Ensenada, Baja California is being raffled off at the Town Council’s Christmas party in December.

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stuck to our values and talked about the issues that our neighbors, co-workers, friends and family care about — getting to the finish line with an amazing amount of momentum,” Alvarez said. Faulconer said the runoff election for mayor early next year will present a clear choice. “Do we let our city fall back into the grip of the same government special interests who drove us to the brink of bankruptcy and took money away from our streets, parks, libraries and police officers?” he asked. “Or do we choose a new path that finally lifts these so instead of imagining a brighter

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Suites was re-elected group secretary. Mark Krasner of Blanchard, Krasner & French was elected vice president. Justin Stewart of Opus Bank is the group’s new treasurer, replacing outgoing treasurer Tom Brady. “We have many challenges, one of which is raising more revenues,” said Marengo, looking ahead to the BID’s agenda in the upcoming year.

future, we actually live it?” On Fletcher’s endorsement of him, Alvarez emphasized his and Fletcher’s shared vision for the future of the city. “I want to thank Nathan for his support,” Alvarez said. “He has been and continues to be someone who has put community service above himself. We share a vision for the future of San Diego, where we invest in our neighborhoods, protect our environment and strengthen the middle class. I look forward to broadening the coalition of San Diegans who share that vision too.” Fletcher, a Qualcomm executive, reportedly will return to private life and give up politics. “[Alvarez] will make a great mayor,” he said when he conced-

LJVMA executive director Sheila Fortune said subleasing part of the group’s space at La Jolla Information Center, 1162 Prospect St., to Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty has “drastically reduced overhead.” She said many grants and other payments anticipated were also coming in from the city, lightening the BID’s financial load. “We should be able to catch up on things,” Fortune said. Leon Chow, partner in C&H Photo at 7720 Fay Ave. and head of LJVMA’s Promotions Division,

DONE FOR NOW Nathan Fletcher announced his concession in the mayoral election on Nov. 20 at Ellen Browning Scripps park in La Jolla, throwing his support behind David Alvarez for the February runoff election. DAVE SCHWAB

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said, “This is definitely a time of transition, a time of change.” Chow pointed to the growing success of the annual Pillage The Village Halloween event, aided this year by the La Jolla Real Estate Brokers Association (REBA), as an example of a homegrown event whose success the BID needs to build on. “I was impressed, not only with the number of kids, but with the number of parents walking in the Village,” he said, adding the event gave great exposure to Village

businesses, especially those, like his camera shop, which have changed locations. “Pillage the Village is the type of event we’d like to grow,” said Marengo. Baroudi, whose son won the event’s costume contest, said, “Kids look forward to it all year. The first thing they do after school (on Halloween) is Pillage the Village.” James Niebling, who heads LJVMA’s Design Division, implored the merchant group in its upcom-

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. . . . .$850,000 ..........................Philip Carrillo • 858-243-5884 . . . . .$979,000 ..........................Terry Mobley • 619-933-9751 . . . . .$619,000 ..........................Marilyn Sobilo • 619-985-2028 . . . . .$619,000 ..........................Zack Mark • 818-421-8573 . . . . .$900,000 ..........................Nicole Rawson • 858-829-1049

POINT LOMA / OCEAN BEACH Sat & Sun 1-4pm . . . . . .1108 Moana Dr. ......................2BR/2BA . . . . .$927,000 ..........................Mel Burgess • 619-857-8930

CARLSBAD Sat 12-3pm . . . . . . . . . .2544 Navarra Dr. #15..............2BR/3BA . . . . .$387,000-$412,000..........Khila Ward • 760-835-4602

POINT LOMA: 3535 Sterne 3 BR / 2 BA / 1,542 S.F. $699,000-$715,000

CLAIREMONT Sat 1-4pm . . . . . . . . . . .3014 Massasoit Ave................3BR/1BA . . . . .$444,000 ..........................Zack Mark • 818-421-8573 Sun 1-4pm . . . . . . . . . . .3014 Massasoit Ave................3BR/1BA . . . . .$444,000 ..........................Mel Burgess • 619-857-8930

La Jolla Shores Beach

Deborah Greenspan BRE# 017333274

8452 La Jolla Shores Drive

deborahspan@me.com

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Enjoy sunsets and ocean breezes with gorgeous views. Updated kitchen with new custom cabinetry, granite counters, new tile floors & stainless steel appliances. Master Suite features his & hers closets, new dual sinks with new cabinetry, large shower with custom tile work. Turnkey and ready for move in!

Elisa Steve | 619.277.5848 REAL ESTATE ADVISOR | CAPITAL VANTAGE REI, INC esteve@capitalvantagerei.com DRE#01391406

Elegant and quiet Mediterranean estate located just two blocks from La Jolla Shores. An entertainer’s delight, this house includes a guest house, a charming garden and ocean views from the upstairs terrace!

$2,900,00 - $3,200,000

(619) 972-5060 Cameron Volker BRE# 00909738

(858) 775-6660

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7857 Eads Avenue

Elegant Historic Seaside Villa Open this Sunday 1-4

Steps to the Beach Spectacular Ocean & Sunset Views Timeless Spanish architecture fused with soft contemporary living in this historic home nestled in the heart of La Jolla's famed Village. Just a block to the sea, this exceptional residence was completely and exquisitely remodeled to perfection. Experience spectacular sunsets, white water views and ocean breezes. The outdoors become one with the home as you are beckoned into the lush tropical landscape complete with award-winning pool, spa and poolside cabana/office. Designated Historical Landmark No. 449, this sophisticated home evokes the romance and charm of yesterday coupled with the latest in today's luxuries. Huge savings under the Mills Act - current property taxes are $8,000 per year.

Now offered between $3,800,000 - $4,400,000

Casandra Early 858• 354• 7033 casandraearly@mac.com BRE #01296135

David Schroedl 858 • 459 • 0202

DavidKnowsLaJolla@gmail.com BRE #00982592

DavidKnowsLaJolla.com

Wonderfully Remodeled in Mount La Jolla

DAVID KNOWS LA JOLLA The inventory of quality homes in La Jolla is down. There are Buyers looking for your home! Call an expert. Call David for a consultation on your home’s current market value.

Open this Sunday 1-4 • 5538 Caminito Consuelo

With more than 25 years of luxury real estate experience. David is your La Jolla property specialist. Call today to find the best opportunities in La Jolla.

This Fabulous highly remodeled 3BR/3BA La Jolla Home is situated in one of the communities best locations. Quiet and Private set amongst the trees with wonderful canyon & mountain views.

Now offered between $699,000 & $799,000

David Schroedl 858 • 459 • 0202

DavidKnowsLaJolla@gmail.com BRE #00982592 DavidKnowsLaJolla.com

To Buy or Sell your home call David

(858) 459-0202 Enjoying life in La Jolla for over 40 years.

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