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Boys soccer grabs first CIF championship Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent F a l l b r o o k H i g h S c h o o l ’s boys soccer team won a CIF championship for the first time in the program’s history. The Warriors concluded their 2013-14 season with a 2-1 victory over Patrick Henry High School in the CIF Division III final March 8 at Mesa College. “It’s great emotion experiencing something like this,” said Fallbrook junior forward Luis Velasquez, whose goal provided the Warriors with the margin of victory. “It’s always hard to come this far and lose, but they’re a good team,” Patrick Henry coach Cody Clark said of the Warriors. “We just prepared and hoped for the best because we knew it was going to be a tough fight,” said Fallbrook coach Jorge Rojas. The Warriors and Patriots both placed third in their final league standings. Fallbrook posted a regular-season record of 8-10-4, including a 3-4-3 Avocado West

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Water districts at war? Rainbow backs out of JPA; FPUD asks LAFCO to dissolve RMWD Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent The North County Joint Powers Authority consisting of the Fallbrook Public Utility District (FPUD) and the Rainbow Municipal Water District will be dissolved effective April 5. A 4-1 Rainbow vote March 5, with Dennis Sanford in opposition, approved the termination of the joint powers agreement with FPUD. “We voted to give them the 30-day notice to end the joint powers,” said Rainbow board president George McManigle. McManigle delivered the notice of termination to FPUD on March 6.

see WATER, page A-12 The 2013/2014 Fallbrook High School varsity boys soccer team won the first-ever

see SOCCER, page B-3 CIF championship for the program on March 8.

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Special Wounded soldier, family get new home in Fallbrook tax district Homes for Our Troops to build custom home for double amputee formed for I-15 housing project Debbie Ramsey Managing Editor

drivers in the speed survey were at 41 mph or above, seven drove at 40 mph, and the other 203 were below 40 mph. Gum Tree Lane between Stage Coach Lane and Hamilton Lane also includes a school zone associated with Frazier Elementary School. The 25 mph speed limit in the school zone when children are

Sgt. Julian Torres may be a double amputee, but that doesn’t slow him down in “giving back” to other combat veterans experiencing the same plight. That’s what makes Torres the perfect recipient of a Homes for Our Troops project off Gird Road in Fallbrook. “This is our dream location; a little slice of country but not too far from city; it’s 100 percent perfect,” enthused Torres. “When we saw the location [where our new home would be built], we fell in love with it.” When completed late this year, Torres will reside in the home with his high school sweetheart-wife Ashley, son JJ, 3, and daughter Analicia, 1. At a groundbreaking ceremony held Sunday, March 9, Carlo Gaita of Homes for Our Troops presided over the event, explaining how the organization provides homes for America’s wounded soldiers. Additional speakers in support of the project included USMC Sgt. Major (Ret.) Larock Benford, San Diego County Supervisor Bill Horn, and Fallbrook Honorary Mayor Martin Quiroz. Torres said Homes for Our Troops made his and his wife’s dream come true. On July 15, 2010, one short month after being deployed to Afghanistan, Torres lost his left leg below the knee and his right leg above the knee after stepping on an improvised explosive device (IED) while crossing a canal in Marjah. Medically evacuated out of the country, Torres said, “I had to be taken to major hospitals all along the way so they could keep me stabilized until I got stateside.” Once in the United States, Torres was treated at Walter Reed Hospital in Bethesda, Md., where he received his initial rehabilitation surgeries and therapies before coming to San Diego. “In my opinion, San Diego Balboa Naval Medical Center is the top of the sphere; that’s where I went for rehab,” he said. Torres explained that he and his wife, each 26 years old, had been looking for a home to buy in recent years, but it would have to contain many special features. “To find a house that fit this size of family with my type of injury was nearly impossible,” explained Torres. “The houses we looked at would have had to have been gutted and changed.” Or, if a suitable one was found, it was financially out of reach for the

see RADAR, page A-8

see SOLDIER, page A-4

Christine Rinaldi photo Participating in the groundbreaking ceremony for Sgt. Julian Torres and his family’s new Fallbrook home provided by Homes for Our Troops are, from left, Carlo Gaita, Homes for Our Troops; Martin Quiroz, Fallbrook Honorary Mayor; Sgt. Julian Torres and his wife Ashley with son JJ and daughter Analicia, Joe Lee, field rep for Armstrong World Industries; Supervisor Bill Horn; and USMC Sgt. Major (Ret.) Larock Benford.

Supervisors recertify Gum Tree Lane speed limit for radar enforcement Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent The 35 mph speed limit on Gum Tree Lane between Stage Coach Lane and Hamilton Lane has been recertified for radar enforcement. A 5-0 San Diego County Board of Supervisors vote February 26 approved the radar recertification for the 0.76-mile segment. “We need to make sure that law enforcement has all the necessary tools available to them in order to keep our roads safe,” said Supervisor Bill Horn. “Recertifying Gum Tree Lane’s 35 mph speed limit for radar enforcement will allow officers to continue to use radar guns to measure the speed of vehicles and take action as necessary.” In order for a speed limit to be enforceable by radar, a speed survey must show that the speed limit is within an adjacent 5 mph increment to the 85th percentile speed. The speed limit can be reduced by an additional 5 mph if findings of special circumstances not apparent to a typical motorist are made. Periodic recertification, along with a supporting speed survey, is required for continued radar enforcement. The county’s

Shane Gibson photo Traffic accumulates in front of William H. Frazier Elementary School on Gum Tree Lane where the re-authorization of radar enforcement will be put in place to help monitor motorists from using excessive speed. Department of Public Works or DPW contractors perform speed surveys every seven years on road segments which have been certified for radar enforcement. No special findings were made to maintain the 35 mph speed limit, although rounding issues led to a statistical 85th percentile speed of 40 mph with the speed limit being rounded down from just under 40 mph. Thirty-seven of the 247

Supervisors finalize arrangement for Horse Creek Ridge Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent

The Community Facilities District (CFD) for the Horse Creek Ridge development now officially exists. Horse Creek Ridge is a proposed development in the Interstate 15 corner near the intersection of State Route 76.

see SPECIAL, page B-10


Students of the Month honored Herrera, Cunningham, Kyle, Tucker recognized Debbie Ramsey Managing Editor Jasmine Herrera of Ivy High School and Amanda Cunningham, James Kyle, and Hailey Tucker of Fallbrook High School were honored as Students of the Month for the Fallbrook Union High School District (FUHSD) at a special celebratory breakfast

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MARCH 13, 2014

Announcements Camera Club goes to Patagonia FALLBROOK – On Monday, March 17, the Fallbrook Camera Club will be going to Patagonia. Longtime camera club members Neil and Christel Lakata will present a digital slide program about the trip they took to Patagonia a few years ago. They originally presented the program shortly after taking the trip and they are going to reprise it now because many people have not seen the program and those who have said they want to see

it again. The Lakata’s have said that it is the best trip they have ever taken and they have traveled extensively. The program will be presented at 7:30 p.m. at Silvergate Retirement Residence, 420 Elbrook. Visitors are welcome. The Fallbrook Camera Club meets two Monday evenings each month. Visitors and new members are always welcome. For further information, contact president Lin Craft at (760) 728-1228.

Local bands sought for Hot Summer Nites FALLBROOK – Fallbrook is full of remarkable talent and the Fallbrook Village Association wants to highlight the musical talents of locals for the popular Hot Summer Nites series in 2014. The dates and themes of the events will be: June 13 - “Lost in the 50’s” June 27 - “I Love the 80’s” July 11 - “Friday Night Fever” July 25 - “Taste of Fallbrook” Aug. 8 - “Salute to the Military” Aug. 22 - “Celebration of Art, Dance & Music”

The themes will be reflected in the music, food, contests and surprises. Any band or group that is interested in being part of the fun, should contact Kathie Richards at the Fallbrook Village Association, P.O. Box 2438, Fallbrook, 92088 or email kathiesposies@ Hot Summer Nites are great family fun and the best way to start a summer weekend. Plan to attend all six.

Fallbrook Garden Club to feature container gardening FALLBROOK – The program for Fallbrook Garden Club’s meeting on Tuesday, March 25 will all about container gardening. The meeting starts at 12:30 p.m. at the Fallbrook Community Center, located at 341 Heald Lane. There will be social time followed by a business meeting and a program; new members are welcome. The speakers will be Bette Childs and Joanie Espy who will discuss the creativity in picking fun plant containers and the elements that go into creating beautiful and whimsical plant containers. This is a much requested topic by the garden club membership. All are invited to join them in learning about unique ways to display plants in just the right containers. For more information, v i s i t w w w. f a l l b r o o k g a r d e n

Old boots can be used as containers for gardening. Courtesy photo

Ag Dept. plants available on March 15 FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook High Ag students are having a plant sale on Saturday, March 15 from 9 a.m. to noon at the high school ag dept., 2234 S. Stage Coach Lane (just north of the football stadium). Everyone is invited to this first plant sale of the year and to have some fun spending time looking for that perfect plant.

The students have worked very hard to have a quality product available for local residents. They will have their usual selection of trees, shrubs, vines, bedding (color) and house plants for sale. Anyone who wants to receive emails about future plant sales can get on the email list by sending their email address to sduffin@ or

Highland Way to play free concert FALLBROOK – The lively duo of Highland Way will play a free concert at 7 p.m. on March 20 in the community room of Fallbrook Library. These excellent musicians will delight the audience with their lovely Celtic songs and good-

natured humor. Highland Way is one of the most versatile Celtic groups in Southern California. All are welcome to come for an evening of rousing foot-tapping music.

St Patrick’s Day dinner at the VFW FALLBROOK – A St. Patrick’s Day dinner will be offered on Friday, March 14 at 6 p.m. at Fallbrook VFW Post 1924, 1175 Old Stage Road. The meal will include corned beef and cabbage,

potatoes and carrots, salad, and rolls. The dinner is a fundraiser for veterans’ causes; suggested donation $10/person. Call (760) 728-8784 for more information.


EventsCalendar March Mar. 13 – 12:30 to 5:30 p.m. – San Diego Blood Bank and Fallbrook Hospital Auxiliary will hold a blood drive at the Fallbrook Community Center. Appointments can be made at (800) 469-7322. Mar. 14 – 9 a.m. to noon – A free Senior Concerns Educational Seminar on understanding dementia, disaster preparedness for earthquake and fire, and caregiver solutions, at Riverview Church, 4980 Sweetgrass Ln., Bonsall. Free refreshments and handouts. All ages welcome to learn more about the aging in place process. For more information or to RSVP, contact Dotty Metcalf, Foundation for Senior Care, (760) 723-7570. Mar. 14 - 6 p.m. - St Patrick’s Day dinner at Fallbrook VFW Post 1924, 1175 Old Stage Road, features corned beef and cabbage, potatoes and carrots, salad, and rolls. Fundraiser for veterans causes; suggested donation $10/ person. Call (760) 728-8784 for more information. Mar. 15 – 5:30 p.m. – Knights of Columbus will present its 11th annual St. Patrick’s Day Dinner Dance at St. Peter’s Catholic Church parish hall, 450 S. Stage Coach Lane. Full corned beef and cabbage meal; Irish coffee; 45-minute live show by Irish dance troupe. Benefits charitable programs. For ticket information, call (760) 728-3229. Mar. 16 – 4 to 7 p.m. – Third annual ‘Growing Public Art’ fundraising party at Fallbrook

School of the Arts, 310 E. Alvarado St. to benefit Fallbrook Art in Public Places. Event includes Irish food, music, artist demonstrations, and much more. Tickets ($20/ advance can be purchased at the Fallbrook Art Center (corner of Main and Alvarado) and the Chamber of Commerce office, 111 S. Main Ave. Tickets at door $25. March 20 – 7 p.m. – Highland Way will present a rousing evening of Celtic Music in the community room of Fallbrook Library, 124 S. Mission Rd. Mar. 21 – 6 p.m. – Fallbrook Hold’em or Fold’em Poker Tourney & Casino Night Fundraiser benefiting the Foundation for Senior Care, at Regency Fallbrook, 609 E. Elder St. Tickets $45 each include $2,500 in chips and food. Seating limited to 90. For more information or to purchase tickets, contact Dotty Metcalf, Foundation for Senior Care, (760) 723-7570. Mar. 27 – 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. – Free Disaster Preparedness for Older Adults Comprehensive Conference at Christ the King Church, 1620 S. Stagecoach Lane. Free refreshments and handouts. For more information or to RSVP, contact Dotty Metcalf, Foundation for Senior Care, (760) 723-7570. Mar. 29 – 2 to 8 p.m. – The annual Battle of the Bands will be held at the Fallbrook Community Center with eight bands competing. All band entries are due March 17; for information on entering, email, or

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call (760) 728-1671. Admission fee to attend is $5. April 5 – 1 to 5 p.m. – Fallbrook Garden Club annual Flower Show at Fallbrook Community Center, 341 Heald Ln. Event includes a horticultural show and a plant sale. April 5 – 6:30 p.m. – Miss Fallbrook Ambassador ‘Live Your Dream’ grand finale event at Potter Junior High School’s multipurpose facility. Tickets (advance $15/each) are on sale at www., Major Market and the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce office, 111 S. Main Ave. Tickets at door $20/each. April 13 – 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. – The 28th annual Avocado Festival will be held in downtown Fallbrook. The event includes arts and crafts, a farmer’s market, food courts, beer garden, live entertainment, guacamole contest, children’s activities and much more. For more information, see www. April 25 – 8 a.m. to noon – Free Caregiver Coalition – Understanding the Warning Signs with Dr. Jeff Petersen; Veterans Affairs Support Services & Programs; Responding to Caregivers Needs; and Legal & Financial Options in Aging – Special Focus 2014 with Richard Stewart Scott, Elder Law Attorney, at Fallbrook United Methodist. Free refreshments and handouts. For more information or to RSVP, contact Dotty Metcalf, Foundation for Senior Care, (760) 723-7570. April 25 – 11 a.m. – The annual Community Read luncheon will be held at the Grand Tradition Estate and Gardens with speaker Laurel Corona, the featured author. A fundraiser for Friends of the Fallbrook Library, the event costs $40 per person; reservation forms are available at the Bottom Shelf Bookstore. For more information, call (760) 451-9606 or visit April 26 – 6 p.m. – Boys & Girls Clubs of North County Annual Auction and Dinner Gala fundraiser, sponsored by the Donegan-Burns Foundation, at Pala Casino Spa & Resort. Theme will be “Viva Las Vegas” with three-course dinner, live and silent auctions, entertainment, and live band. Tickets $185/ person. For more information, call (760) 728-5871 or visit April 27 – 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. – Arts in the Park, sponsored by Rally for Children and Fallbrook Union Elementary School District at Live Oak Park. Parking $3 at the park, or take free bus shuttle from Potter Jr. High or Maie Ellis School. Numerous arts, crafts, and exploratory activities.

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Potter students get a first-hand look at college, careers FALLBROOK – Potter Junior High School students recently took steps toward the goal of accessing college and 21st century careers. On Feb. 28, more than 350 seventh grade students attended a college tour of California State University San Marcos. For many, it was their first time on a college campus, and the trip helped make the college dream a more tangible reality. “It made me realize that working hard means I can achieve my dreams of going to college,” said Juan Manual Gomez. “It was amazing. I got to see the food, the art museum, and classes full of students,” said Linda Bailon. For the past two months, the Potter counseling department made presentations to students on what it takes to attend college, and did career inventories to help steer students toward majors and careers. At the end of January, Potter had its annual career day themed, “Oh, the Places We’ll Go…Braves Begin with the End in Mind.” Keynote speaker and Fallbrook resident Dr. Francisco Rodriguez, president of Mira Costa College in Oceanside,

provided students motivation by recounting his success story starting from humble beginnings in innercity San Francisco. In presentations and workshops by over 40 speakers, Potter students were exposed to a range of careers including a lawyer, judge, scientist, casino manager, mathematician, engineer, dentist, law enforcement, and firefighters. “I liked the engineer in Mrs. Jones’ class. He talked about watching movies in your sleep with Google Glasses and how Ironman exo-skeletons can become a reality. He talked about the future,” said Nicholas Brown, an eighth grader. Potter has made a school-wide college focus one of its tenets which has helped lead to its designation as a AVID-certified school. The AVID elective class focuses on building college ready habits, supporting rigorous study and critical thinking with the help of college tutors, and exposing students to colleges. This year, AVID students took a practice ACT college entrance exam and have taken field trips to Balboa Park as well as the University of San Diego.

Potter 7th Grade students get a tour of the CSU-San Marcos campus from CSU student ambassadors.

Fire and police vehicles are a popular attraction during the Potter Career Day as students interact with public service officers on Jan. 24.

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Marine instructors prepare the young Potter students for a mock boot camp obstacle course where they will get a taste of the physical rigors of military training as part of Career Day.

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young couple. Their new home will be a beautiful 2,700 square foot ranch-style with an oversized garage and patio. “If it wasn’t for Homes for Our Troops I don’t know where I’d be,” said Torres, who went on to explain the process of being considered for a home from the organization. “It’s a pretty lengthy application process; I applied in 2012 and was notified in April, 2013 that I had gotten accepted and that I was queued for the next phase, the interview process,” explained Torres. “They interview you and you get to pick the style of home you’d like. It is very, very personalized. We picked out everything from the type of cabinets we’d like to the color of those cabinets. There were many, many options.” The couple, originally from Modesto, also indicated they would like their home to be in San Diego County. “We were very impressed with how the process worked; it was really smooth; flawless,” he said. “What made my wife and I really comfortable was the people that were involved in this organization. It was like being at a family gettogether.” Each home built by the Homes for Our Troops organization is designed specifically for the individual disability the soldier has. “We help restore freedom and independence to America’s most severely injured veterans through the gift of a specially adapted home that provides maximum freedom of movement and the ability to

live more independently,” the organization states. “It’s custom per injury, for instance, if a person is a paraplegic, the home would be adapted to that specific injury,” explained Torres. “It’s for injured service members/ veterans across the board.” Torres said in his case, “[The home] has to be level, it can’t be on a slant or hill, because I am an above-the-knee and below-theknee amputee; rolling downhill in a wheelchair or walking is scary.” Restroom and shower facilities must be made especially safe for him. “Especially when it comes from transferring from my

Amidst patriotic supporters, Sgt. Julian Torres, his wife Ashley, and children JJ and Analicia arrive at the groundbreaking ceremony for their new home, provided by the Homes for Our Troops organization.

Ashley Torres holds her and Sgt. Julian Torres’ daughter, Analicia during the Homes for Our Troops presentation at a groundbreaking ceremony on March 9.

Sgt. Julian Torres holds his son, JJ at the groundbreaking festivities for their new home in Fallbrook.

Christine Rinaldi photos Carlo Gaita, representing Homes for Our Troops, addresses the crowd at the groundbreaking ceremony for Sgt. Julian Torres’ new family home.

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Opinion Re: “Fallbrook Healthcare District seeks to financially assist hospital” [Village News, 3/6/14]

To: Army Corps of Engineers Re: San Luis Rey golf course My parents retired and moved to Bonsall in 1974. Both were avid golfers and began enjoying the beautiful course known as San Luis Rey Downs nestled along the periphery of the San Luis Rey River basin. They have since passed on and my family occupied their home in 1997 to raise our family. We enjoy the peaceful setting and serenity of the course as we drive along it on a daily basis. The course was skillfully interwoven into the natural wilderness setting which remains to this day. Having its source at the heights of Mt. Palomar and running approximately 47 miles down to the Pacific Ocean, the San Luis Rey River basin remains much like it has always been. It is well-populated with wildlife and vegetation as our natural, arid conditions allow. Our golf course

occupies only a tiny slice of the southern side of the Bonsall area floodplain, never blocking the natural basin. Several suggestions in the mitigation plan regarding introduction of addition flora and animal life could be beneficial to the basin as a whole, but there is no need to remove a valuable, aesthetic community asset that is skillfully integrated already. I see no reason why both concepts could not coexist. If the current owner of San Luis Rey Downs wishes to sell, I think sufficient time should be allowed to find a new course owner. It would be a regrettable decision to carve the heart out of our community; sad for all who call this home. Ronald Shattuck and family

Re: “Fallbrook Healthcare District seeks to financially assist hospital” [Village News, 3/6/14] As registered nurses and Fallbrook Healthcare District residents, red flags went up for us when we read last week’s Village News. How can this be? For those who may not know, our little community hospital is operated by the largest forprofit corporation in America – Community Health Systems (CHS), which made $265 million in profits in 2013, according to Fortune magazine. It seems the healthcare district has already spent some of our money on a consultant’s report and held months of closed-door meetings leading up to the article. We know that during that time, CHS has closed down the Cardiac Rehab unit, leaving the former patients scrambling to find the money to re-open it themselves.

Is the $2 million bailout going towards re-opening that unit or improving patient care, or is this just a bailout? Before this deal is approved and our precious tax dollars are handed over to a private business, the healthcare district board should give the public a chance to hear the results of the consultant’s report and weigh that against how much CHS has taken out of our community over the first 15 years of the lease, and whether this corporate operation of our hospital is going to be forever dependent on a taxpayer grantee that every year will a profitable one for CHS in Fallbrook.

Fallbrook Hospital and the Fallbrook Healthcare District (FHD) are negotiating temporary financial assistance for the hospital. Healthcare district funds come from property taxes and would be offered to the for-profit Fallbrook Hosptial (CHS) in return for some downstream lease advantage to FHD. Fallbrook Hospital claims it lost $2 million in the first six months of 2013; these numbers are presumably enumerated in an un-circulated FHD consultant’s report used for the basis of the FHD assistance. Fallbrook Hospital is one of 206 affiliated hospitals of Community Health Systems (CHS), a Tennessee corporation, with revenue approaching $13 billion, earnings nearly $2 billion and a stock price over $40. CHS makes the claim of “shared resources for performance improvement” (Citi 2014 Global Healthcare Conference, Feb 2014).

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Alta Vista residents win battle against AT&T I would like to thank the residents of Alta Vista Drive and new friends from Brook Hills who joined together to fight the proposed installation of a 35foot tall cell tower by AT&T on a vacant lot near 3862 Alta Vista Drive. I would like to thank the Fallbrook Planning Group who unanimously voted to reject this proposal and the 60 supporters that attended the meeting Feb. 17 and showed their opposition by standing as a group. The installation of the 35foot monopine with 12 antenna, 21 remote radio units, several microwave dishes and a 50KW diesel generator would forever have changed the nature of this quiet rural neighborhood to one of industrial/commercial. The installation would have had a tremendous and long-lasting, negative impact both on the neighborhood and the residents.

An alternative to FHD using property tax money would be for Fallbrook Hospital to seek some of the “shared resources” of its corporate parent CHS. CHS obviously keeps a consolidated balance sheet. Oh yes, remember the cardiac rehab program at Fallbrook Hospital that was cancelled because it cost too much? It could have been converted last September to a senior wellness program with reduced attendant labor and continued seamlessly. This lost opportunity can be salvaged. A Fallbrook Hospital senior wellness program should be negotiated in concert with any financial assistance offered by the healthcare district to Fallbrook Hospital. We can start immediately.

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Local Healthcare district opens RFP period for grants Deadline to submit RFP March 28 FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Healthcare District, for the 15th year, is presenting a grant program to help fund programs and services that benefit the health and well-being of the residents of the district. The seven phases of the grant program begin with the Request for Proposal (RFP), which carries a March 28 deadline. An RFP must be a brief, concise description of the proposed program, its target population, benefit, and cost. The program proposed must be focused in health; in areas of prevention/education, treatment,

and/or ancillary services and must be delivered by non-profit agencies benefiting residents of the Fallbrook, Bonsall, Rainbow and De Luz areas. Packets with required forms and defining grant requirements and eligibility as well as information on the entire grant process are available to interested, qualified agencies by contacting the district office via email at fallbrookhealthcare@earthlink. com or by calling (760) 731-9187. All qualified agencies that secure a packet and submit an RFP will be considered. Deadline for submissions is Friday, March 28.

RFP’s will be reviewed by the directors of the Fallbrook Healthcare District board with acceptance or decline determined in the board meeting of Wednesday, April 9. If an RFP is accepted, an invitation to present a full grant application will be extended by the board. If the RFP is declined, the agency will be notified and no invitation to apply will be extended. Budgetary considerations of the district are a determining factor in funds available for grants. FHD will not fund the following: activities in direct competition with those provided by Fallbrook

Hospital; endowments; expenses related to fundraising or lobbying of public officials or other political purposes; organizations intending pass-through or regranting of district funds to other organizations; basic research defined as the pursuit of knowledge without immediate practical program or human applications; sectarian purposes; individuals; replacement funds so that current funding can be shifted to other programs of the applicant; programs related to provision of housing, employment opportunity, and/or educational pursuits for the purpose of

employment. All recipients of grant funding are required to present periodic reports to the board inclusive of information specific to their funded program and the utilization of funds awarded for that program. Additionally, they are obligated to support and participate in other undertakings of the district’s healthcare programs. Questions about the RFP, or other aspects of the Grant Ye a r 2 0 1 4 - 2 0 1 5 p r o g r a m , can be directed to the district administration office at (760) 731-9187, attention Vi Dupre, administrator.

FPUD revises tiered rate structure, changes increase ef fective date to Jan. 1 Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent Fallbrook Public Utility District customers will have a revised tiered water rate structure, and water and sewer rate increases will become effective Jan. 1 instead of July 1. Separate votes were taken on the rate changes. The vote to change the effective date from July 1 to Jan. 1 was 4-0 with Milt Davies absent. A 3-1 vote, with Archie McPhee in opposition, approved the new tiered rate structure which changes the first

tier from 85 percent of the base rate to 90 percent of the base rate while retaining the third tier at 110 percent of the base rate. “I think their choice is certainly consistent with the philosophy of tiered rates,” said FPUD general manager Brian Brady. Prior to the implementation of the three-tiered system for 200809, Tier 1 water was charged at 85 percent of the base rate and Tier 2 supply was charged the base rate. In an effort to encourage conservation Tier 3 was implemented which charged 110 percent of the base rate with

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existing 85 percent base rate for Tier 1, including one which did not give all M&I customers a Tier 1 baseline regardless of usage and one which gave customers the first five 1,000-gallon billing units at Tier 1 and one which gave customers the first 10 units at Tier 1. The option adopted which changes Tier 1 to 90 percent of the base rate also gives all customers five units at Tier 1 regardless of usage. The fifth option would have changed the Tier 1 rate to 90 percent while giving all customers 10 units at Tier 1. The policy to sell the first five units at Tier 1 regardless of usage shifts approximately 525 acre-feet annually from Tier 2 to Tier 1 rates. The adjustment in the Tier 1 percentage changes the Tier 1 rate from $4.29 to $4.48 per unit while lowering the Tier 2 rate from $4.94 to $4.93 and the Tier 3 rate from $5.44 to $5.43. Although the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California and the San Diego County Water Authority both change their wholesale rates effective Jan. 1, FPUD has coordinated its water rate changes with fiscal years. The change will allow FPUD rates to be better coordinated with the cost of water purchased and will also coordinate FPUD’s rate increases with the Jan. 1 effective date of the Rainbow Municipal Water District, which is FPUD’s partner in the North County Joint Powers Authority.

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altering FPUD policy that the district recover 75 to 80 percent of fixed costs through a monthly operations charge with water sales markup accounting for the remaining 20 to 25 percent (the goal of the operations charge for fixed costs is to avoid penalizing customers for saving water and thus reducing revenue to the district), and the analysis also evaluated changing the monthly operations charge to 85 percent of fixed costs with 15 percent to be covered by sales markups. FPUD approved its 2013-14 budget in June 2013. The budget assumed that 28 percent of the water would be sold at the Tier 1 level, 55 percent would be sold at Tier 2 rates, and 17 percent would be sold under Tier 3. For the first six months of 2013-14 FPUD sold 4,110 acre-feet to municipal and industrial customers, which was nearly identical to the amount budgeted, but Tier 1 sales were less than budgeted while Tier 3 sales exceeded the budgeted amount. The 837 acre-feet of Tier 1 sales comprised 20.4 percent of the total, Tier 2 usage accounted for 56.4 percent of sales, and Tier 3 rates were charged for 23.2 percent of sales. FPUD staff did not address the monthly operations charge in the five options it provided to the board regarding tiered rates, all of which changed rate increases to the beginning of the calendar year rather than the beginning of the fiscal year and kept the third tier at 110 percent of the base rate. Three of the five options maintained the


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Learn how to ‘Grain Up’ on March 27 FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Hospital Diabetes Support Group will be hosting a talk, “Grain Up,” on Thursday, March 27 from 10 to 11 a.m. Fallbrook Hospital’s Maggie Walters, MS, registered dietitian and certified diabetes educator, will provide the presentation. Attendees will learn about low-gluten grains and ways to incorporate new grains into one’s diet without overdoing

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Dining Time for Corned Beef and Cabbage approaches Lucette Moramarco Staff Writer St. Patrick’s Day is coming up and with it, for many people, comes the craving for corned beef and cabbage, even if they are not Irish. While some restaurants serve the dish year round, it is most popular at this time of year. Like many other ethnic dishes eaten in the United States, the traditionally Irish fare of corned beef and cabbage did not come from Ireland, but was created in America. A little Internet research came up with the meal’s background. While Ireland was a major exporter of corned beef a few centuries ago, the meat was too expensive for most Irishmen to buy themselves. Later on, Irish immigrants in New York discovered that beef here was cheaper than pork, which had been their staple meat back home. So corned beef replaced boiled bacon and was paired with cabbage (which was cheaper than potatoes here too) to become an inexpensive and easy to

fix meal for many Irish-Americans. The term “corned,” by the way, refers to the process of preserving the meat with kernels of salt. To satisfy that craving for corned beef, local residents have a variety of places they can visit. Two area restaurants serve a corned beef and cabbage dinner year round. The menu at Magee’s Tavern lists “Traditional Irish Fayre” including Corned Beef and Cabbage which is slow-roasted corned beef served with boiled potatoes, cabbage, carrots, and topped with Irish whiskey cream sauce. If you don’t care for cabbage, the tavern’s menu also includes Corned Beef Tacos, which are served with either a cup of soup or a side salad, and Corned Beef Mac ‘n Cheese served with fresh, sautéed vegetables. Besides a Classic Reuben Sandwich, (corned beef with sauerkraut, swiss cheese, and thousand island dressing on rye bread); the tavern also serves a Reuben Burger, a beef patty topped with the ingredients of a Reuben

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at 6 p.m. at 1175 Old Stage Road. The meal includes corned beef and cabbage, potatoes and carrots, salad, and rolls. The dinner is a fundraiser for veterans’ causes. Call (760) 728-8784 for more information. On Saturday, March 15, the Knights of Columbus will present its 11th annual St. Patrick’s Day Dinner Dance at St. Peter’s Catholic Church parish hall, 450 S. Stage Coach Lane. Besides the usual corned beef and cabbage meal, this event includes traditional Irish coffee served at the bar. The event also features a 45-minute live show performed by an Irish dance troupe. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m.; the show begins at 6 p.m. Proceeds go towards

charitable programs. For ticket information or group reservations, call (760) 728-3229. Corned beef lovers can also find their favorite meat in three places just south of town. Aquaterra Restaurant at Pala Mesa offers Corned Beef Hash for breakfast while both Z Cafe in River Village and Jack’s Place at Fallbrook Golf Course prepare not only Corned Beef Hash but also the Reuben Sandwich and a Corned Beef Sandwich. Fallbrook Cafe is another location where Reuben Sandwiches and Corned Beef on Rye can be found daily. So, whether you like corned beef just once a year or any time of day, all year round, Fallbrook is a good place to satisfy your taste buds.

2006 traffic survey indicated an average volume of 1,400 vehicles while an average of 1,490 vehicles was the result of a February 2000 survey. During the five-year period from July 31, 2008, to July 31, 2013, four collisions were reported along Gum Tree Lane between Stage Coach Lane and Hamilton Lane. The speed surveys for Gum Tree Lane were conducted 900 feet east of Stage Coach Lane. The 2006 survey indicated an 85th percentile speed of 38.8 mph with 72.9 percent of drivers traveling within a 10 mph pace of 31-40 mph. DPW student intern Geoffrey Retemeyer conducted the Oct. 21, 2013, speed

survey of the 247 vehicles crossing the survey point between 12:21 p.m. and 1:43 p.m. Although the 85th percentile speed rose to 40 mph, the 10 mph pace was still 31-40 mph with 163 motorists, or 66 percent, traveling within that pace. The fastest driver was traveling at 51 mph while the slowest motorist drove at 23 mph. The most common speed, with 27 drivers, was 36 mph. The county’s Traffic Advisory Committee had recommended recertification during the TAC’s Dec. 13 meeting.

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On March 3, 2014, Frances Richardson, the “Good Wife” of Bill and the gentle mother of Kathy and Patty, died at her Fallbrook, Calif. home surrounded by the care and comfort of those who loved her. Frances, a classically trained pianist, worked first as an accountant for the Birmingham Dairy in Manassas, Va., and later as a realtor for Helen Spies Realty, also in Manassas. She and Bill retired to Fallbrook in the late 70’s. Frances was preceded in death by her daughter Kathy in 1995

and her husband Bill in 2005. She is survived by her daughter Patty; grandchildren Angela and David; and great-grandchildren Megan, Nicholas, and Kathryn. Frances is remembered with love by all who knew her: family, care givers, bridge partners, sorority sisters, and work friends.

Kelly Wayne Miller was born in Fort Morgan, Colo., on January 15, 1954, and returned home to his Heavenly Father on March 2, 2014, in San Diego. Kelly served as an air traffic controller in the USMC from 1974 to 1993, and had worked the past several years aboard the Fallbrook Naval Weapons Station. He is survived by his wife, Marlene, five sons, two daughters, 19 grandchildren, a brother, and many other loved relatives and friends. Memorial services were held March 8, 2014 at The Church of

Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Fallbrook. Interment was at the Miramar National Cemetery, San Diego.

Bonsall Sponsor Group looking for Rosier’s replacement Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent The Bonsall Sponsor Group, which already had one vacancy, is now also looking for a local resident to fill the Area Two seat which had been held by Laura Rosier. Rosier provided her resignation at the March 4 sponsor group meeting due to her recent move from Bonsall to Fallbrook. Although she owns Topline Horse Supply in Bonsall, the sponsor group rules require Bonsall residency in the area of the seat held.

“Within our standing rules of order you need to be a resident of Bonsall, not just a property owner. You need to live here, too,” said sponsor group chair Margarette Morgan. Rosier had been on the sponsor group since October 2008. The seat vacated by Rosier’s resignation covers Camino Del Rey to Interstate 15. “That’s a huge section of the community,” Morgan said. The Olive Hill area seat has been vacant since Mark Lintner

provided his resignation in December due to his move out of the district. “We’re still looking for a representative for the Olive Hill area,” Morgan said. Residents interested in either seat can contact Morgan at (760) 630-7070, or they can express their interest at the April 1 Bonsall Sponsor Group meeting which will be held at the Bonsall Community Center and will begin at 7 p.m. To comment on this story online, visit

On Saturday, March 22, 2014 a Celebration of Life will be held for Lois Kuchinsky at Live Oak Park at 11a.m. Please join us to share your memories with family and friends. We will dedicate a bench in her honor near the botanical garden. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Fallbrook Food Pantry or the Soroptimist International Society, Fallbrook Branch. A brief reception will be held immediately after at the park.

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Judy Garrett Forman of Fallbrook born Aug. 27, 1948, passed away Feb. 12, 2014. After retiring in 2007, she pursued her hobbies: camping, gardening, reading, and art. She had a talent for changing ordinary things into art. Judy is survived by her husband of 21 years, Lee C. Forman; son Nathan Garrett; daughter Megan Garrett Forman Joy; and sister Mary Patterson Poirier. She will be missed by all who loved her.

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Miss Fallbrook contestants help Fallbrook Land Conservancy FALLBROOK – Contestants in the Miss Fallbrook Ambassador “Live Your Dream” program, which encourages education and community service, helped with a recent mailing of the Conservation Chronicle, the Fallbrook Land Conservancy’s biannual newsletter. There are 15 candidates vying for the Miss Fallbrook title. The winner will be crowned on April 5. The event is organized by Soroptimist International of Fallbrook.

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Business Smith returns to Pala-Pauma Sponsor Group Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent Pala tribal chairman Robert Smith has returned to the PalaPauma Sponsor Group. A 5-0 San Diego County Board of Supervisors vote Feb. 25 approved his appointment to the sponsor group. Smith was recommended for the appointment by Supervisor Bill Horn after the Pala-Pauma Sponsor Group recommended on Feb. 4 that Smith be appointed to the seat vacated by the resignation of Bill Winn. “Having worked with Chairman Robert Smith on a number of occasions in his capacity as tribal chairman of the Pala Band of Mission Indians, I look forward to having him serve on the PalaPauma Community Sponsor Group as a member,” Horn said. Although Indian reservations are not part of community planning areas, a sponsor group member does not need to live within the boundaries of the sponsor group’s planning area. The Pala-Pauma Sponsor Group has sought to improve relations with nearby reservations by

including tribal officials on the sponsor group. In April 2012, Smith was appointed to the sponsor group to fill a vacancy, although he sought not to seek a full term and was replaced by Rincon tribal vice-chair Stephanie Spencer. Five reservations – Pala, Pauma, Rincon, San Pasqual, and La Jolla – are neighbors of the Pala-Pauma planning area. “I have the experience and knowledge necessary to successfully represent the Native American population in the region. There is currently only one tribal representative sitting on the board and with my extensive knowledge of tribal issues, I feel I would make a great addition to the board and the community as a whole,” Smith said. Smith has been Pala’s tribal chair since 1990 and was previously the tribal vice-chair for three years. He also serves on the Indian Health Council and California Indian Manpower Association boards. To comment on this story online, visit

Russell now count y’s longest-serving planning group chair

Jim Russell Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent The retirement of Valle de Oro Community Planning Group chair Jack Phillips makes Fallbrook’s Jim Russell the longest-serving community planning group or sponsor group chair in San Diego County. On Feb. 18, Lori Myers became the first Valle de Oro Community Planning Group chair other than Phillips since 1981. Phillips joined the planning group in 1980 and took over as chair the following year. Russell was elected to the Fallbrook planning group in 1986 and became chair in 1987. “Fallbrook’s a great place to live and raise a family, and we’re hoping to keep it that way. Even though it takes a great deal of time and energy and effort, it’s still worth doing,” Russell said. Russell spent 19 1/2 years in the United States Marine Corps prior to a 1977 motorcycle accident which left him paralyzed and forced his retirement from the Marine Corps. After his retirement, he moved from Camp Pendleton to Calle Linda in 1978. The county’s general plan was updated in 1978, which resulted in both Phillips and Russell becoming involved in county matters and eventually led to both successfully seeking planning group seats. Phillips was unhappy with that general plan and was advised by Lucille Moore, who served as the county supervisor for the Second District from 1977 to 1980, to become involved in his planning group. Phillips lives

Lucette Moramarco photo on Mount Helix and the Valle de Oro Community Planning Group includes Mount Helix, Casa de Oro, Rancho San Diego, and Vista Grande Hills. The 1978 general plan update also displeased Russell. “All of Fallbrook was rezoned from rural to urban,” he said. Russell explained that the 1978 general plan defined two-acre lots as rural and one-acre lots as urban. When Russell learned of plans to build urban-style dwellings across the street from his home, he informed the county that the proposal was contrary to community character and was told that he lived in an urban area. “They had lied to the citizens of Fallbrook,” Russell said. Russell and five other community members sued the county and won. The Board of Supervisors placed a moratorium on any projects in Fallbrook which required sewer service until the situation was resolved. Eventually the county agreed to return Fallbrook to rural status. “We rezoned all of Fallbrook to two acres,” Russell said. Russell initially ran for the Fallbrook Community Planning Group in 1986 and has been reelected six times. He replaced David Lowry as planning group chair 1 1/2 years after he joined the planning group, and the other Fallbrook Community Planning Group members have re-elected him to that position every year since then. To comment on this story online, visit

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FPUD Manager’s Award presentations recognize Develle, Gomez Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent

dedicated and responsible worker. Each Manager’s Award recipient received a letter from Brady, a

Fallbrook Public Utility District employees Soleil Develle and Jamie Gomez received Manager’s Award recognition at FPUD’s Feb. 24 board meeting. “These were both customerservice related,” said FPUD general manager Brian Brady. Develle, an engineering technician, received his Manager’s Award for his efforts in assisting a customer with a meter installation. Gomez, a utility worker, was given his Manager’s Award as the result of his detection of a spike in a customer’s water usage. Develle worked with a DeLuz couple to install a meter on their property. His tasks included locating necessary maps and other documents. “He did about three weeks worth of research in order to get them all authorized for us to go out and install the meter, and they were very appreciative,” Brady said. Gomez noted a discrepancy in a Golden Road customer’s water usage. “We do water usage review every billing cycle to see if there are really large spikes,” Brady said. “Jamie, as part of this process, noticed an unusual spike.” Gomez notified the customer, who hired a plumber to assess the situation. The plumber discovered a large leak in a valve box at the top of the driveway. “Unless you were someone like Jamie you wouldn’t know where to look for this,” Brady said. The discovery of the leak spared the customer a high water bill the following month, and the customer’s letter of appreciation to FPUD cited Gomez as an “outstanding employee” who represented the district as a


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Women are not small men when it comes to hearts Lucette Moramarco Staff Writer At the Feb. 27 Healthy Woman Ladies Night Out event, cardiologist Dr. Michael Vargas gave an informative talk on “Women are not Small Men, Myths and Truths about Women and Heart Disease.” Vargas explained that women’s hearts are proportionately smaller than men’s. Furthermore, women develop heart disease 10 years later, usually, than men because men’s plaque distributes in clumps whereas women’s plaque distributes more evenly throughout artery walls. This results in women’s angiographic studies being misinterpreted as “normal” he said. The first myth Vargas reviewed is that heart disease is a man’s problem. However, more women than men have died of heart disease each year since 1984 and women have a 28 percent increased risk of dying within the first year after a heart attack when compared to men. According to Vargas, eight million women in the US are currently living with heart disease; 35,000 are under the age of 65. He said 435,000 American women have heart attacks annually. The second myth is the most women in America die from cancer. On the contrary, heart disease is the leading cause of death of women in the U.S. Nearly five times as many women (200,000) will die from heart attacks alone this year than will die from breast cancer. In total, heart disease kills more women annually than the top seven cancers combined. The third myth is that it is not possible to die of a broken heart or to be scared to death. It is possible that a real-life broken heart can lead to cardiac consequences, because there are established ties between depression, mental health, and heart disease. Broken heart syndrome, called stress-induced cardiomyopathy, strikes those who are healthy. Vargas said that following a loved one’s death, women were more than twice as likely to die than normal, and men more than six times as likely. This is why spouses married for many years often die within days or weeks of each other. The symptoms present like a heart attack, but often there is no blockage in the arteries The treatment of stress-induced cardiomyopathy is generally supportive in nature, medications

and certain devices can be prescribed to provide a higher blood pressure. Aspirin and other heart drugs also appear to help in the treatment of this disease, even in extreme cases. Long-term prognosis is excellent except in the very frail. It is a myth that women and men with heart disease get the same care. Vargas said, “Sadly they don’t.” Women are not accurately diagnosed and do not receive prompt care, he stated. They are less likely than men to receive medications such asbeta blockers, statins, and ACE inhibitors. The majority of the true medical breakthroughs has been in the last 30 years. He said it was long considered improper for a male doctor to put his ear to the chest of a woman patient so until the stethoscope was invented in 1819, women probably never received accurate heart exams. Therefore, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of heart disease in women lagged behind that of men for years. Vargas reviewed age-specific risk factors for cardiac disease in women. Some of those factors are: family history, smoking, oral contraceptive use, elevated LDL or “bad” cholesterol, low HDL or “good” cholesterol, high triglycerides, diabetes, p e r i m e n o p a u s e , o b e s i t y, hypertension, age, and menopause Vargas said that the most tried and true way of prevention is for women to take control and change their health habits permanently, including smoking cessation, stress reduction, diet, and exercise. He added that women who smoke risk having a heart attack 19 years earlier than non-smoking women. The last myth is that chest pain will accompany a heart attack. Vargas said chest pain or discomfort is not the primary symptom in women. Sixty percent of women who die suddenly from coronary heart disease have no previous symptoms. From newer studies done on women, their heart attack signs are shortness of breath, weakness, unusual fatigue, cold sweat, nausea or dizziness. Whereas men typically have symptoms right before or during a heart attack, women can have symptoms for weeks before the attack including sleep disturbances, shortness of breath, indigestion, and anxiety. Vargas said, “Trust your gut. A women’s intuition is a very strong thing; don’t ever discount it.” Women patients, who just had a heart attack, often say that they




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The joint powers agreement allowed for a termination provision after one year; the first North County JPA meeting was held on March 6, 2013. “It’s unfortunate,” McManigle said. “It was kind of disappointing that it didn’t work out.” The North County JPA was created in February 2013 as a transitional structure to test the possibility of consolidating the Fallbrook and Rainbow districts. The functional consolidation allowed for the experience of combining tasks among the two districts while also creating the possibility that the districts could experience cost savings due to such sharing without governance consolidation. The joint powers agreement also included an employee leasing agreement which allowed FPUD and Rainbow to share employees, and the functional consolidation saved more than $1 million during the agreement’s first 11 months of existence. In November, the FPUD and Rainbow boards voted to begin the process of applying to the Local Agency Formation Commission

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for an actual jurisdictional consolidation, but the boards of the two districts could not agree on the governance structure for the successor district. Each district currently has a five-member board, but FPUD elects its directors by seat with the entire district voting for each seat while Rainbow elects its directors by division with only voters in that division participating in that election. The FPUD board initially proposed that the board members of the consolidated agency all be elected at large. At the Feb. 5 North County JPA meeting FPUD’s representatives on the JPA board (which consists of three FPUD board members, three Rainbow board members, and an at-large member chosen by the rest of the board) put forth a compromise proposal in which four directors would be elected by division and three directors would be elected at large. Such a format would provide board representation for residents of each of the four divisions while also ensuring that a majority of the board would be accountable to all of the district’s residents. R a i n b o w ’s b o a r d m e m b e r s rejected that proposal. “I don’t think anyone on our board is willing to give up the five district by division board that Rainbow operates under,” McManigle said. During Rainbow’s Feb. 25 regular meeting director Helene Brazier provided a position which noted that functional consolidation was not necessary to achieve the benefits of sharing resources with neighboring water districts as is the case with the recent activity between Rainbow and the Valley Center Municipal Water District to coordinate pipelines. Brazier’s

comments defined the proposed merger as absorption into FPUD and permanent minority status instead of a full partnership. Rainbow’s Feb. 25 board meeting also discussed the process of hiring a new general manager. Rainbow general manager Dave Seymour retired shortly after the creation of the JPA, and FPUD general manager Brian Brady also became Rainbow’s general manager. Brady is also the executive officer for the JPA. “We will continue with the JPA for the next 30 days, so Brian Brady is our general manager for another month,” McManigle said. The Rainbow board is likely to approve the selection of an interim general manager at its March 25 meeting. The dissolution of the JPA ends the employee leasing agreement for the time being. “There’s no reason there can’t be a new agreement to benefit from or extend the employee leasing agreement,” McManigle said. “I think the Rainbow board would be happy to consider a new employee leasing agreement in the future.” However, in a bold move on Monday, March 10, Fallbrook Public Utility District’s board of directors voted to request that LAFCO move forward and promptly merge the two districts anyway. According to an FPUD representative, the formal request was delivered to LAFCO the following day, March 11, requesting that Rainbow Water be dissolved and the territory be annexed into FPUD. To comment on this story online, visit

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Sherif f’s Log February 17 4900 block Lake Park Ct.

Threatening phone calls

February 28 3000 block Lakemont Dr.

Violate domestic court order

March 1 500 block Twin Palm Cir.

Arrest: Battery w/minor injury

March 3 600 block S. Main Ave.

Arrest: Commercial burglary

700 block E. Elder St.


200 block W. Clemmens Ln.

Stolen vehicle

400 block N. Orange St.

Arrest: Commercial burglary

400 block W. Fig St.

Threaten crime w/intent to terrorize

March 4 300 block W. Clemmens Ln.

Violate domestic court order

100 block E. Mission Rd. (#1)

Arrest: Drunk in public

100 block E. Mission Rd. (#2)

Arrest: Drunk in public

1200 block Alturas Rd.

Commercial burglary

3600 block Lupine Ln.

5150/Mental disorder

2100 block Brooke Rd.

Petty theft

2300 block Pala Rd.

Commercial burglary

March 5 1400 block Alturas Rd.

Spousal abuse w/minor injury

2400 block S. Stage Coach Ln.

Petty theft

2200 block Via Oeste Dr.

Residential burglary

600 block Elbrook Dr.

Lost item

500 block Ammunition Rd.

Spousal abuse w/minor injury

5500 block Mission Rd.

Commercial burglary

5700 block Camino del Cielo


4600 block Dulin Rd.

Theft of elder/dependent adult

March 6 800 block Old Stage Rd.

Stolen vehicle

2500 block Live Oak Park Rd.

Domestic violence

4700 block S. Mission Rd.

Grand theft

300 block N. Orange Ave.


400 block Solana Real

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3700 block Lake Circle Dr.

Petty theft; family disturbance

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FALLBROOK COMMUNITY PLANNING GROUP And DESIGN REVIEW BOARD Regular Meeting Monday 17 March 2014, 7:00 P.M., Live Oak School, 1978 Reche Road, Fallbrook AGENDA 1. Open Forum. Opportunity for members of the public to speak to the Planning Group on any subject matter within the Group’s jurisdiction but not on today’s agenda. Three minute limitation. Non-discussion, & Non-voting item. 2. Approval of the minutes for the meetings of 17 February 2014. Voting Item. 3. Review of TM5577 and TM5553 with county staff as they relate to each other and the surrounding community including traffic and Winterhaven Road. County planner Dennis Campbell, 858.505.6380, Community input. Voting item. 4. Due to recently adopted stormwater regulations the County of San Diego is required to identify and pursue a variety of on the ground projects to improve water quality for the unincorporated County. The first step is to identify locations of projects that might be implemented in the future. Projects that might be considered include: Stream or riparian area rehabilitation; Retrofitting existing infrastructure to incorporate storm water retention or treatment; Regional BMP’s; Groundwater recharge projects; Water supply augmentation projects; and Land purchases to preserve floodplain functions. The County of San Diego will be releasing a public call in some newspapers in the following week for input from the community members on the location of potential projects that may meet any of these categories, to aid in the compilation of a list of potential candidate projects. Considering the value of your Group, I would like to attend the next meeting (March 17) to give a short summary (15 minutes max) about the steps that the County is doing to compile the list and to get input from your group of any ideas of projects that might be there already before we start with the public call to the community. “Gonzalez, Gladys (DPW)” (619) 851-5629, Gladys. Community input. Voting item. (2/27) 5. STP-14-001. (Pine View Apartments) Site plan for the alteration of existing 101 unit, 12 building multifamily apartment complex, maintaining same 101 unit and 12 building quantity, but modifying unit mix, inclusive of new two story community/residential building to replace existing one story residential unit building and construction of new 2nd floor addition at one existing newly converted residential building. Increase in parking to accommodate handicap spaces, increased 3BR unit count, and new community building: Location 1101 Alturas Road, APN’s 104-150-01, 36 & 38). Owner Community Housing Solutions, 619-450-8712. Applicant and contact person Ivette Vela, 619-3218-6242. County planner; Michelle Conners, 858-694-2636, Design Review Committee. Community input. Voting item. (2/12) 6. Request for review of the sculpture/donor recognition on the north facing wall of the Fallbrook Art Center. Applicant; Marlene Rantanen, Secretary, cell: Cell-823-8662, Design Review Committee. Community input. Voting item. (2/24) 7. MUP 14-006 (Verizon Hellers Bend Cell Site) Request for a Major Use Permit for an unmanned communication station with a 35 ft high Mono pine at 4160 South Mission Road (APN 123280-40). Owner Martin Lopez. Applicant Verizon Wireless. Contact persons Margie Sullivan 760-613-3488 & Ted Marioncelli, (760) 807-1850, County planner; Marisa Smith, (858) 694-2621, email Public Facilities Committee. Community input. Voting item. (2/18) 8. PDS Agriculture Promotion Program. On June 26, 2013 (7), the Board of Supervisors directed the Chief Administrative Officer to look at reducing regulations and providing more opportunities for agricultural ventures, such as microbreweries and cheese-making, to further support small-scale agricultural operations and promote agricultural tourism throughout the unincorporated portions of the County. In response to the Board’s direction staff has reviewed agriculture promotion efforts and drafted a work plan for a program promoting local agriculture through changes to regulations in zoning. The program would be to prepare Zoning Ordinance amendments and permit processing improvements that would be brought back to the Board for adoption in 24 - 30 months after receiving direction from the PC and Board. What is before the Planning Commission on March 7 is a work plan of options for their consideration (see attached). After the Planning Commission we’ll be headed to the Board in the spring for their consideration of the work plan. More information on the program webpage: County planner; Stiehl, 858.694.2216, Carl, Design Review Committee. Community input. Voting item. 9. Request from the County to find that the below listed roads within the Campus Park West project will need parking prohibitions The list of roads to be posted with “NO PARKING” signs and/or improved with red-painted curbs marked “No Parking,” to the satisfaction of the Director of Public Works, is as follows: Pala Mesa Drive, east of Old 395; Pankey Road, segment between SR-76 and Pala Mesa Drive; Pankey Road, south of SR-76; Pankey Road, west of Shearer Crossing; and Shearer Crossing. County planner Dennis Campbell, 858.505.6380, Circulation committee. Communitry input. Voting item. (2/26) 10. The Dept. of the Interior(Bureau of Indian Affairs) has notified us that the Pala Tribe of Luiseno Mission Indians has requested that 367.89 acres more or less be transferred into the Pala Tribal Trust. The properties are located along the San Luis Rey river south of SR65 approx. 7 miles east of Interstate 15 in North San Diego County. The property lies immediately south of Rancho Luna Mia which is held in the trust. It also is in the flood plain of the river and at the foot of Gregory Mountain and is contiguous to the Pala Reservation. Assessors parcel numbers are: 110-090-11,110-160-08,110-160-12,110-160-14,110-160-15 and 110-160-16. Taxes for the year 2013-2014 on all parcels total $40,834.78. The Dept. of the Interior requests a written response within 30 days of receiving this notice which was 2/28/14. County Planner Eric Lardy 619-5316257, Community input. Voting item NOTE: The Planning Group occasionally has openings on its Land Use (Jack Wood 760-731-3193), Circulation (Anne Burdick 760-728-7828), Parks & Recreation (Jackie Heyneman 760-728-5395), Public Facilities (Roy Moosa 760-723-1181) and Design Review (Eileen Delaney 760-518-8888) Committees for non-elected citizens. Interested persons please contact the Chairman. This is a preliminary agenda. If any changes are made, a final agenda will be posted at the North County Fire District, 315 E. Ivy Street, Fallbrook, at least 72 hours prior to the meeting. Jim Russell, Chairman, 205 Calle Linda, Fallbrook, California 92028, (760) 728-8081 Russellfarms@ PUBLISHED: MARCH 13, 2014

Notice of Petition

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Shoot at inhabited dwelling

1900 block Willow Glen Rd.

Petty theft

March 8 700 block Alturas Rd.

Arrest: Drunk in public

3400 block Avocado Vista Ln.

Violate domestic court order

600 block E. Elder St.

5150/Mental disorder

4300 block S. Mission Rd.

Residential burglary

1100 block Old Stage Rd.

Violate domestic court order

1400 block Alturas Rd.

Arrest: Battery against sponsor/ex-spouse; vandalism

400 block W. Clemmens Ln.

Arrest: Possess controlled substance; resist officer w/minor injury; vandalism; possess unlawful paraphernalia; 2 outstanding warrants (misd.)

600 block Alturas Rd.

Stolen vehicle

2700 block S. Mission Rd.

Arrest: Drunk in public

March 9 600 block E. Elder St.

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400 block Elbrook Dr.

Missing adult

43200 block Cinco Arroyos

Domestic violence

5700 block Redondo Dr.

Commercial burglary

1000 block S. Main Ave.

Dependent child, protective custody

900 block Alturas Rd. (#1)

Arrest (Juvenile): Possess controlled substance

900 block Alturas Rd. (#2)

Arrest (Juvenile): Minor possess smoking paraphernalia; curfew violence

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NOTICE OF PETITION TO ADMINISTER ESTATE OF: (IMAGED FILE) MICHAEL J DUBYK AKA MICHAEL JOHN DUBYK AKA MICHAEL DUBYK CASE NO. 37-2014-00003155-PR-LA-CTL To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, contingent creditors, and personswho may otherwise be interested in the WILL or estate, or both of MICHAEL J DUBYK AKA MICHAEL JOHN DUBYK AKA MICHAEL DUBYK . A PETITION FOR PROBATE hasbeen tiled by KATHLEEN A RODGERS in the Superior Court of California, County of SAN DIEGO. THE PETITION FOR PROBATE requests that KATHLEEN A RODGERS be appointed as personal representative to administer the estate of the decedent. THE PETITION requests authority to administer the estate under the Independent Administration of Estates Act with full authority. (This authority will allow the personal representative to take many actions without obtaining court approval. Before taking certain very important actions, however, the personal representative will be required to give notice to interested persons unless they have waived notice or consented to the proposed action.) The independent administration authority will be granted unless an interested person tiles an objection to the petition and shows good cause why the court should not grant the authority. A HEARING on the petition will be held in this court as follows: 03/27/2014 at 1:30PM in Dept. PC-2 located at 1409 4TH AVENUE, SAN DIEGO, CA 92101 IF YOU OBJECT to the granting of the petition, you should appear at the hearing and state your objections or tile written objections with the court before the hearing. Your appearance may be in person or by your attorney. IF YOU ARE A CREDITOR or a contingent creditor of the decedent, you must file your claim with the court and mail a copy to the personal representative appointed by the court within the later of either (l) four months from the date of first issuance of letters to a general personal representative, as defined in section 58(b) of the California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days from the date of mailing or personal delivery to you of a notice under section 9052 of the California Probate Code. Other California statutes and legal authority may affect your rights as a creditor. You may want to consult with an attorney knowledgeable in California law. YOU MAY EXAMINE the file kept by the

court. If you are a person interested in the estate, you may file with the court a Request for Special Notice (form DE-154) of the tiling of an inventory and appraisal of estate assets or of any petition or account as provided in Probate Code section 1250. A Request for Special Notice form is available from the court clerk. Petitioner In Pro Per: KATHLEEN A RODGERS 363 TUMBLE CREEK LANE FALLBROOK CA 92028 TELEPHONE:(760)728-2142 PETITION FOR PROBATE ATTORNEY OR PARTY WITHOUT ATTORNEY Kathleen A Rodgers 363 Tumble Creek Lane Fallbrook, CA 92028 Attorney for: William S Dubyk and Kathleen A Rodgers SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO Madge Bradley Building 1409 Fourth Avenue San Diego, CA 92101 Central Division Probate Court ESTATE OF Michael J Dubyk aka Michael John Dubyk aka Michael Dubyk PETITION FOR Letters of Administration CASE NUMBER 37-2014-00003155-PR-LA-CTL 1. Publication will be in: Village News 127 W Elder Street Fallbrook, CA 92028 2. Petitioner: Kathleen A Rodgers be appointed administrator and Letters issue upon qualification Full authority be granted to administer under the Independent Administration of Estates Act. Bond not be required for the reasons stated in item 3d. 3. Decedent died on 6/29/2011 at Home A resident of the county named above Street address, city, and county of decedent’s residence at time of death: 363 Tumble Creek Ln, Fallbrook CA 92028-2559 County of San Diego NOTICE OF HEARING SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 1409 Fourth Ave. San Diego, CA 92101 Central 619-450-7676 PLAINTIFF(S)/PETITIONER(S)/ APPELLANT(S): Kathleen A Rodgers In re the Estate of: Estate of Michael J Dubyk aka Michael John Dubyk aka Michael Dubyk Notice is given that the above-entitled case has been set for the reason listed below and the location shown above. All inquires regarding this notice should be referred to the court listed above. TYPE OF HEARING: Petition for Probate DATE: 3/27/2014 TIME: 01:30 pm DEPT: PC-2 JUDGE: Julia C. Kelety Legal #: 3546 Published: March 6, 13, 21, 2014

MARCH 13, 2014 Fictitious Business Name FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-005116—Name of Business TERRAPIN 10232 Red Cedar Ct., San Diego, CA 92131 County: San Diego Mailing Address: 9974 Scripps Ranch Blvd. Suite 280, San Diego, CA 92131 This business is registered by the following: Franz Schauer, 10232 Red Cedar Ct., San Diego, CA 92131 This business is conducted by an Individual THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON FEBRUARY 24, 2014 LEGAL: 3548 PUBLISHED: March 6, 13, 20, 27, 2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-005559—Name of Business KAVEER’S ENTERPRISE 2023 Cassia Rd., Apt.#124, Carlsbad, CA 92009 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: John M. Sohrabi, 2023 Cassia Rd., Apt.#124, Carlsbad, CA 92009 This business is conducted by an Individual The first day of business was July 12, 2009 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON FEBRUARY 26, 2014 LEGAL: 3549 PUBLISHED: March 6, 13, 20, 27, 2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-003770—Name of Business a. THE BLIND GUY b. CALIFORNIA SHUTTERS AND SHADES 3146 Tiger Run Ct., #104, Carlsbad, CA 92010 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Window Covering Experts, LLC, 3480 Gentle Knoll, Carlsbad, CA 92010 This business is conducted by a Limited Liability Company This LLC is located in the state of California The first day of business was January 6, 2014 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON FEBRUARY 10, 2014 LEGAL: 3551 PUBLISHED: March 6, 13, 20, 27, 2014

Abandon. Business Name STATEMENT OF ABANDONMENT OF USE OF FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME File Number: 2014-002552—Name of Business KIND CREATIONS 13409 Midland Rd., Apt. 81, Poway, CA 92064, County: San Diego Mailing Address: 10625 W. Lilac Rd., Valley Center, CA 92082 The fictitious business name referred to above was filed in San Diego on 2/7/2013 and assigned File No. 2013-003903. Is (are) abandoned by the following registrant(s): Oriana Chan, 10625 W. Lilac Rd., Valley Center, CA 92082 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON JANUARY 29, 2014 LEGAL: 3530 PUBLISHED: February 20, 27, March 6, 13, 2014 STATEMENT OF ABANDONMENT OF USE OF FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME File Number: 2014-005674—Name of Business GILL NOTARY PUBLIC SERVICES 31550 Loma Linda Rd., Temecula, CA 92592 County: San Diego The fictitious business name referred to above was filed in San Diego on 2/5/2014 and assigned File No. 2014-003374. Is (are) abandoned by the following registrant(s): Herjot Singh Gill, 31550 Loma Linda Rd., Temecula, CA 92592 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON FEBRUARY 27, 2014 LEGAL: 3550 PUBLISHED: March 6, 13, 20, 27, 2014

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-003199—Name of Business HEAD LYNER’S HAIR GALLERY 124 W. El Norte Parkway, Escondido, CA 92027 County: San Diego Mailing Address: 4032 Lake Shore Lane, Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is registered by the following: 1. Cindy Lamb 2. Andrade Lamb Both residing at: 4032 Lake Shore Lane, Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is conducted by a Married Couple The first day of business was 2/04/14 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON FEBRUARY 4, 2014 LEGAL: 3529 PUBLISHED: February 20, 27, March 6, 13, 2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-004683—Name of Business a. AIR COLD MECHANICAL b. FAST FLUSH PLUMBING 113 Gayland St., Escondido, CA 92027 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: 1. Russell C Canales, 613 Aster St., Escondido, CA 92027 2. George Fookes, 113 Gayland St., Escondido, CA 92027 This business is conducted by a General Partnership THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON FEBRUARY 19, 2014 LEGAL: 3543 PUBLISHED: March 6, 13, 20, 27, 2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-005963—Name of Business SOUTH COAST INVESTIGATIONS 3902 Flowerwood Ln, Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Jack Boyce Holder, 3902 Flowerwood Ln, Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is conducted by an Individual The first day of business was 3/3/2014 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MARCH 3, 2014 LEGAL: 3552 PUBLISHED: March 13, 20, 27, April 3, 2014

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME Case Number: 37-2014-00084183-CU-PT-NC TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS Petitioner: BRIANNA STACI SMITH filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present Name: BRIANNA STACI SMITH Proposed Name: CHARLEE STACI SMITH THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be granted. Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file a written objection that includes 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 Date: March 18, 2014 Time: 8:30 a.m. Dept: 26 The address of the court is 325 South Melrose Dr., Vista, CA 92081 A copy of this Order to Show Cause shall be published at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county: Village News Date: Jan. 21, 2014 Signed: K. Michael Kirkman, Judge of the Superior Court. LEGAL: 3537 PUBLISHED: FEBRUARY 20, 27, March 6, 13, 2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-003004—Name of Business WINDOW & DOOR SPECIALIST 3678 Lake Circle Drive, Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Anthony Gioia, 3678 Lake Circle Drive, Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is conducted by an Individual The first day of business was 7/10/03 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON FEBRUARY 3, 2014 LEGAL: 3531 PUBLISHED: February 20, 27, March 6, 13, 2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-003006—Name of Business BEAD GALLERY 5519 Mission Road, Suite C, Bonsall, CA 92003 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: 1. Julie Gioia, 3678 Lake Circle Drive, Fallbrook, CA 92028 2. Donna Unett, 11422 Cypress Terrace Place, San Diego, CA 92131 This business is conducted by a General Partnership The first day of business was 11/23/13 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON FEBRUARY 3, 2014 LEGAL: 3532 PUBLISHED: February 20, 27, March 6, 13, 2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-003007—Name of Business BEAD GALLERY 9823 Mira Mesa Blvd., San Diego, CA 92131 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: 1. Donna Unett, 11422 Cypress Terrace Place, San Diego, CA 92131 2. Julie Gioia, 3678 Lake Circle Drive, Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is conducted by a General Partnership The first day of business was 11/4/2002 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON FEBRUARY 3, 2014 LEGAL: 3533 PUBLISHED: February 20, 27, March 6, 13, 2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-004707—Name of Business KNB RENOVATIONS 810 Centennial Dr., Vista, CA 92081 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Brian Coday, 810 Centennial Dr., Vista, CA 92081 This business is conducted by an Individual The first day of business was 12/1/88 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON FEBRUARY 19, 2014 LEGAL: 3557 PUBLISHED: March 13, 20, 27, April 3, 2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-004319—Name of Business MEINEKE ECONO LUBE 742 South Main Avenue, Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: KJT Automotive, Inc., 742 South Main Avenue, Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is conducted by a Corporation This Corporation is located in the state of California The first day of business was 10/13/13 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON FEBRUARY 14, 2014 LEGAL: 3544 PUBLISHED: March 6, 13, 20, 27, 2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-004162—Name of Business SKATEOPLEX INC. 2283 Cosmos Ct., Carlsbad, CA 92011 County: San Diego Mailing Address: 10540 Magnolia, #A, Riverside, CA 92505 This business is registered by the following: Skateoplex Inc., 2283 Cosmos Ct., Carlsbad, CA 92011 This business is conducted by a Corporation This Corporation is located in the state of California THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON FEBRUARY 12, 2014 LEGAL: 3545 PUBLISHED: March 6, 13, 20, 27, 2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-005636—Name of Business a. NORTH COUNTY GLASS & MIRROR b. NORTH COUNTY GLASS AND MIRROR c. NORTH COUNTY GLASS d. NORTH COUNTY SHOWER DOOR e. NORTH COUNTY SHOWER DOORS f. NORTH COUNTY CUSTOM GLASS 1818 Peacock Blvd., Ste A, Oceanside, CA 92056 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: BMB Glazing, Inc., 1818 Peacock Blvd., Ste A, Oceanside, CA 92056 This business is conducted by a Corporation This Corporation is located in the state of California The first day of business was August 10, 2010 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON FEBRUARY 27, 2014 LEGAL: 3547 PUBLISHED: March 6, 13, 20, 27, 2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-003847—Name of Business ROYALIE 1217 S. Nevada St., Oceanside, CA 92054 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Alison Choi, 1217 S. Nevada St., Oceanside, CA 92054 This business is conducted by an Individual The first day of business was: March 1, 2012 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON FEBRUARY 10, 2014 LEGAL: 3535 PUBLISHED: February 20, 27, March 6, 13, 2014

RESOLUTION NO. 14-04 RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE RAINBOW MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT FIXING THE TIME AND PLACE OF HEARING AND MEETING ON PROPOSED WATER AVAILABILITY CHARGES FOR IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 1 WHEREAS, Sections 54954.6 of the Government Code provides for public hearings prior to adoption of new or increased taxes or assessments; and WHEREAS, Section 71630 of the Water Code authorizes the Board of Rainbow Municipal Water District to establish in each fiscal year water standby assessments or water availability charges in any portion of the District to which water is made available by the District, whether water is actually used or not; and WHEREAS, Section 71631.5 of the Water Code provides that the standby assessment of availability charge for an improvement district shall not exceed $30 per acre per year for each acre of land on which the charge is levied or $30 per year for a parcel less than one acre; and WHEREAS, Section 71632 of the Water Code provides that the ordinance fixing a standby assessment or availability charge may be adopted by the Board only after adoption of a resolution setting forth the particular schedule or schedules of charges or assessments proposed to be established by the ordinance and after hearing on said resolution; and WHEREAS, information and matters have been presented to, and considered by, the Board of Directors regarding the existence, location and financial requirements of the system making water available to lands within Improvement District No. 1; and WHEREAS, it is deemed necessary and desirable by the Board of Directors that water availability charges be levied on lands within Improvement District No. 1, and that said water availability charges shall be uniform through said areas; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED, DETERMINED AND ORDERED, by the Board of Directors of the Rainbow Municipal Water District as follows: 1.That the schedule of water availability charges proposed to be established for all areas within Improvement District No. 1 for the fiscal year 2014-2015 shall be as follows: For each separately assessed parcel of land of one acre or more in size: $10.54 for each acre and for each fractional part of an acre. For each separately assessed parcel of land less than one acre in size: $10.54. 2.That the Charges shall be fixed in said amounts for parcels of land as shown on the last equalized assessment roll of the County of San Diego, State of California. Said charges shall be collected in the same form and manner as county taxes are collected for the fiscal year 2014-2015. Said charges shall be a lien upon the property and shall be of the same force and effect as other liens for taxes and their collection, may be enforced by the same means as provided for the enforcement of liens for state and county taxes. 3.That a public hearing before the Board of Directors of Rainbow Municipal Water District shall be held at 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 27, 2014 at the office of the District, 3707 Old Highway 395, Fallbrook California, 92028 for the purpose of considering the adoption of an Ordinance which will fix and establish said water availability charges. That the Secretary shall cause a notice of the time and place of the hearing to be given by publishing a notice in a newspaper of general circulation, printed and published within the county, once a week for two successive weeks. Such publication shall occur once a week or oftener, with at least five days intervening between the respective publication dates not counting such publication dates. The period of notice commences upon the first day of publication and terminates at the end of the fourteenth day, including therein the first day. 5.That the Secretary has caused written notice of the hearing to be mailed, as required by law, to each person to whom a parcel of real property described in the proposed charge is assessed on the last equalized assessment roll. Such notice shall be mailed to the address shown on the last equalized assessment roll or such other address known to the Secretary. That at the time stated in the notice, the Board of Directors shall hear and consider all objections or protests, if any, to this Resolution and may continue the hearing from time to time. Upon the conclusion of the hearing, the Board of Directors may adopt, revise, change, reduce, or modify an assessment or charge, or overrule any or all objections. PASSED AND ADOPTED at a special meeting of the Board of Directors of the Rainbow Municipal Water District held on the 25th day of February, 2014 by the following vote, to wit: AYES:Directors Brazier, Lucy, McManigle, and Sanford NOES:Director Griffiths ABSENT:None ABSTAIN:None George McManigle, Board President ATTEST: Dawn M. Washburn, Board Secretary This Resolution supersedes Resolution No. 13-01 passed and adopted on February 26, 2013. Published: March 13, 20, 2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-005831—Name of Business LOW PRICE AUTO GLASS 835 N. Andreasen Dr., Escondido, CA 92029 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Bashar A. Tappouni, 912 Grivetta Ct., Carlsbad, CA 92011 This business is conducted by an Individual The first day of business was 2/28/14 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON FEBRUARY 28, 2014 LEGAL: 3553 PUBLISHED: March 13, 20, 27, April 3, 2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-006015—Name of Business COMPOSITE SERVICES 137 Rancho Camino, Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Richard Markano, 137 Rancho Camino, Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is conducted by an Individual The first day of business was 3/3/14 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MARCH 3, 2014 LEGAL: 3554 PUBLISHED: March 13, 20, 27, April 3, 2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-006574—Name of Business a. TEA ROSE CONSORT b. KAMMERADERIE 1191 Senwood Way, Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: 1. Bertram R. Barth 2. Dorothy Van Joolen Barth Both residing at: 1191 Senwood Way, Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is conducted by a Married Couple The first day of business was 3/7/14 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MARCH 7, 2014 LEGAL: 3556 PUBLISHED: March 13, 20, 27, April 3, 2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-002719—Name of Business MCLEAN TILE 2460 Helen Rd., Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Matt McLean, 2460 Helen Rd., Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is conducted by an Individual THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON JANUARY 30, 2014 LEGAL: 3538 PUBLISHED: February 27, March 6, 13, 20, 2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-003020—Name of Business a. BRADFORD HUARD, LLC b. COST ENGINEERING SERVICES 3687 Katie Lendre Dr., Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Bradford Huard LLC., 3687 Katie Lendre Dr., Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is conducted by a Limited Liability Company This LLC is located in the state of California The first day of business was 10/21/03 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON FEBRUARY 3, 2014 LEGAL: 3539 PUBLISHED: February 27, March 6, 13, 20, 2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-004730—Name of Business SD JUICE MAN 4019 Carmel View, 161, San Diego, CA 92130 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Christopher David Racicot, 4019 Carmel View, 161, San Diego, CA 92130 This business is conducted by an Individual THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON FEBRUARY 19, 2014 LEGAL: 3540 PUBLISHED: February 27, March 6, 13, 20, 2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-004708—Name of Business VIVEESA 4553 Narragansett Ave., San Diego, CA 92107 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: 1. Samantha Jane Kurland, 4666 Cape May Ave., San Diego, CA 92107 2. Alicia R. Mascarenas, 4553 Narragansett Ave., San Diego, CA 92107 This business is conducted by a General Partnership THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON FEBRUARY 19, 2014 LEGAL: 3542 PUBLISHED: February 27, March 6, 13, 20, 2014

Change of Name ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME Case Number: 37-2014-00002896-CU-PT-NC TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS Petitioner: HEATHER MCKOWN filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present Name: HEATHER MARIE MCKOWN Proposed Name: HEATHER MARIE FREQUIN THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be granted. Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file a written objection that includes 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 Date: April 8, 2014 Time: 8:30 a.m. Dept: 26 The address of the court is 325 South Melrose Drive, Vista, CA 92081-6627 A copy of this Order to Show Cause shall be published at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county: Village News Date: Feb. 14, 2014 Signed: K. Michael Kirkman, Judge of the Superior Court. LEGAL: 3541 PUBLISHED: FEBRUARY 27, March 6, 13, 20, 2014

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME Case Number: 37-2014-00002116-CU-PT-CTL TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS Petitioner: TRACY MICHELLE HIRALEZ filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present Name: TRACY MICHELLE HIRALEZ Proposed Name: TRACY MICHELLE HERNANDEZ THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be granted. Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file a written objection that includes 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 Date: March 28, 2014 Time: 8:30 a.m. Dept: C-46 The address of the court is 220 West Broadway, San Diego, CA 92101 A copy of this Order to Show Cause shall be published at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county: Village News Date: Feb. 10, 2014 Signed: David J. Danielsen, Judge of the Superior Court. LEGAL: 3536 PUBLISHED: FEBRUARY 20, 27, March 6, 13, 2014

Summons SUMMONS SUPERIOR COURT OF ARIZONA YUMA COUNTY Marie Crawford Martinez 2510 B Wheat Loop Yuma, AZ 85365 Name of Petitioner: Marie Crawford Martinez Case No.: S1400DO2014-00007 And Name of Respondent: Michael David Beaton WARNING: This is an official document from the court that affects your rights. Read this carefully, If you do not understand it, contact a lawyer for help. FROM THE STATE OF ARIZONA TO: Michael David Beaton 1. A lawsuit has been filed against you. A copy of the lawsuit and other court papers are served on you with this “Summons”. 2. If you do not want a judgment or order taken against you without your input, you must file an “Answer” or a “Response” in writing with the court, and pay the filing fee. If you do not file an “Answer” or “Response” the other party may be given the relief requested in his/her Petition or Complaint. To file your “Answer” or “Response” take, or send, the “Answer” or “Response” to the Office of the Clerk of the Superior Court, 250 West 2nd Street, Suite B, Yuma, Arizona 85364. Mail a copy of your “Response” or “Answer” to the other party at the address listed on the top of this Summons. 3. If this “Summons” and the other court papers were served on you by a registered process server or the Sheriff, within the State of Arizona, your “Response” or “Answer” must be filed within TWENTY (20) CALENDAR DAYS from the date you were served, not counting the day you were served. If this “Summons” and the other papers were served on you by a registered process server or the Sheriff outside the State of Arizona, your Response must be filed within THIRTY (30) CALENDAR DAYS from the date you were served, not counting the day you were served. Service by a registered process server or the Sheriff is complete when made. Service by Publication is complete thirty (30) days after the date of the first publication. 4. You can get a copy of the court papers filed in this case from the Petitioner at the address at the top of this paper, or from the Clerk of the Superior Court’s office at 250 West 2nd Street, Suite B, Yuma, Arizona 85364 5. Requests for reasonable accommodation for persons with disabilities must be made to the office of the judge or commissioner assigned to the case, at least five (5) days before your scheduled court date. SIGNED AND SEALED this date: JAN 3, 2014 Lynn Fazz, Clerk of the Court By: Debra Buckley, Deputy Clerk Legals: 3555 Published: March 13, 20, 27, April 3, 2014

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Ceremonial first pitch thrown in Opening Day festivities Fallbrook Youth Baseball honors valued sponsors

Alexa Van Eik sings the National Anthem for Fallbrook Youth Baseball’s Opening Day March 5 at Ingold Field.

The Color Guard from Boy Scout Troop 739 presents the Flag at the beginning of Opening Day ceremonies for Fallbrook Youth Baseball on March 5.

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Matthew Reynoso throws out the first pitch of the season.

From left, Joel Calhoun, facilities director; Anne Baldwin from County Airports; Chris Champine, senior policy adviser for Bill Horn; and Jessica Knox, president of Fallbrook Youth Baseball pose for a photo after Baldwin and Champine accepted recognition awards.

Gunnar Novikoff, 4, plays on the Sun Devils team; he attended Opening Day with his great-grandmother.

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Sports Watch youth for Second Impact Syndrome SAN DIEGO – Perhaps thanks to professional sports leagues, concussions have become a hotbutton issue within the medical community. Rules changes in the National Football League were enacted to protect players not only from concussions, but from further injury after suffering a concussion. Beginning with the 2010 season, NFL players who were diagnosed with a concussion during a game were not allowed to re-enter the game and were subjected to thorough testing in the days following to determine if they were allowed to play the following week. If they failed the tests, they were not cleared to play. Though protecting its players was at the core of that rule change in the NFL, a condition known as Second Impact Syndrome might have also played a role in the league’s decision. A rare condition in which a second concussion occurs before a first concussion has healed, Second Impact Syndrome causes severe and rapid brain swelling. Fans of the NFL, and other sports where the risk of head injury looms large, as well as parents of athletes and athletes themselves can educate themselves about second impact syndrome to get a better idea of just how important it is to emphasize safety when it comes to head injuries.\ Who is most at risk? Due to the nature of certain sports, athletes, and particularly young athletes, are most at risk for Second Impact Syndrome. According to, an online resource for brain injury and spinal cord injury survivors, Second Impact Syndrome is most common among young people who play football, hockey and baseball as well as those who ski or box. These sports can be especially violent, even for youngsters. How soon can second impact syndrome occur? A second impact injury can occur within minutes of a first concussion. Such a reality only highlights the importance of the NFL’s decision to keep players from returning to games in which they have suffered a concussion. Athletes young and old should never return to a competition if they have suffered a concussion. In order to avoid further damage, players must be removed from the competition and stay on the sidelines until fully healed. A second impact injury might also occur days or even

weeks after the first concussion, and the impact does not have to be severe for a second impact injury to occur. What are the symptoms of second impact syndrome? Symptoms of a second impact injury typically occur immediately after the injury. Some of the more common symptoms include: *Dilated pupils *Loss of eye movement *Appearance of being stunned *Unconsciousness *Sudden collapse *Respiratory failure After an initial brain injury, the brain is so vulnerable that even minimal impact can cause irreversible damage. When the injury occurs, the brain struggles to control the amount of blood volume to the brain and, as a result, a second impact injury can lead to rapid brain death, which occurs in as few as three to five minutes in certain instances. Such rapid brain death is one reason for the high fatality rate among young athletes who have suffered a second impact injury. Long-term effects of second impact syndrome are similar to those of severe traumatic brain injury. Speech, cognitive ability, sensory ability, perception, and social and emotional interactions might be permanently affected after a second impact injury. Athletes who complain of or demonstrate any of the symptoms of second impact syndrome should be pulled from their competition immediately and visit a sports medicine physician for followup care. The worst thing to do is minimize the significance of a concussion or its symptoms, especially if it’s a second impact injury.

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Junior Luis Velasquez ball from the left side to closer to the net. Fallbrook senior Ian Winterstrom was able to take a shot which provided him with his fifth goal of the season and gave Fallbrook a 1-0 lead 49:20 into the game. Team members of CIFwinning FUHS boys soccer team: Gilberto Cortes Zach Pryor Timothy Foster Ismael Mercado Parker Roberson Brett Winterstrom Kevin Quintero Abel Cruz Rolando Jesus Omar Rocha Andres Palmerin Dagoberto Dominguez Francisco Santana Andrew Richelieu Ian Winterstrom Luis Velazquez Alfredo Banda Edwin Trinidad Eduardo Ramirez Coach: Jorge Rojas Assistant Coaches: Nicolas Guerra Joshio Torres Mario Ferreira Ervin Mena “We tried hard and persevered to get that first goal that we really needed to boost our confidence,” Winterstrom said. That was Fallbrook’s first shot of the second half. The Warriors’ second shot of the half was also a goal 62:27 into the game. A pass from the back half of the field found its way to Velasquez, who had only the Patrick Henry goalie between himself and the net. Velasquez moved the ball down the field before taking his shot. “I was scared. It was 50-50 with the goalie, but I knew that I could put it away,” Velasquez said. The goal was Velasquez’s 10th of the season. “I was really happy that I got the opportunity to score,” he said. In the 71st minute the Warriors committed a foul in the penalty box, giving the Patriots a penalty kick. Patrick Henry sophomore Connor Keller placed the ball to the left of Pryor and into the net. “I thought it was a pretty good shot. It went right into the corner,” Keller said. “I was extremely concerned after the penalty kick,” Rojas said. “My team has a history this year of allowing short-term consecutive

Senior Ian Winterstrom goals.” Rojas told his team to be cautious, and they responded with mistake-free soccer. In soccer, the clock is stopped for an injury or the issuance of a yellow card caution or red card ejection, but only the referee knows the exact time. The scoreboard clock was stopped after the 38th minute of each half. Any additional time in a half beyond the timed 40 minutes (in high school soccer halves are 40 minutes; professional soccer halves are 45 minutes) is known as “injury time.” The game included seven minutes of extra time in the second half. “We were at the edge of the seat,” Rojas said. The Warriors and their fans were anxious to hear the actual final whistle. The first whistle during injury time was a red card on Patrick Henry’s Daniel Carabantes, which extended the additional time. The second whistle finally blew after Patrick Henry took a throw-in. Rojas noted that the extra time allowed for 80 minutes of actual play. “I think both teams deserve every single minute that was wasted and spent on any stoppage,” he said. The Patriots took six shots in the second half, including the goal. Pryor made four saves. Fallbrook’s four second-half shots included two which became saves along with the two goals. Fallbrook starting defenders Parker Roberson, Ismael Mercado, Brett Winterstrom, and Abel Cruz aided the goalkeepers’ efforts. “Our defense is the engine to this team,” Rojas said.

“It’s all teamwork,” Velasquez said. “We communicate together, and it’s all built on teamwork.” Roberson is the only junior among the Warriors’ starting defenders. Mercado, Winterstrom, and Cruz are seniors. Fallbrook’s championship team included a total of 10 seniors. One player on each team received the CIF Sportsmanship Award. Keller was Patrick Henry’s recipient while Ian Winterstrom received the honor for Fallbrook. The appearance in the CIF finals was the first in Patrick Henry boys soccer history. “Excellent season. I’m really proud of the boys,” Clark said. “I’m just happy for the boys and this is just scratching the surface for the soccer program, something to build on, and we’ll expect to be at this level next season as well, but I’m really happy for the seniors.” Fallbrook had been in the CIF finals on four previous occasions, all when Fallbrook was in Division I for CIF playoff purposes, but had fallen short each time. The Warriors played in the 1995 final against San Diego, the 1996 championship match against Vista, the 2001 title game against Granite Hills, and the 2006 division finale against La Costa Canyon. “I just want to thank the community; I want thank our administration, our teachers, our staff, our athletic department, and our families for allowing this to happen,” Rojas said. “I want to thank the school for giving me the opportunity to lead these guys. It has been a great year for me as a coach.” Rojas also coaches club soccer

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League figure, and received the third seed in the CIF Division III playoffs. Patrick Henry’s 6-7-5 regular-season record included a 3-3-2 Eastern League mark, and the Patriots were given the playoff’s ninth seed. Fallbrook received a first-round bye in the playoffs while Patrick Henry faced eighth-seeded Vista on the Panthers’ field Feb. 26 and advanced with a 1-0 victory. The Patriots then traveled to Mira Mesa High School for a March 1 quarterfinal game with the topseeded Marauders, whose two Eastern League games against Patrick Henry were a 5-0 home win and a 1-1 road tie. Fallbrook hosted sixth-seeded High Tech High Chula Vista in the Warriors’ March 1 quarterfinal. The storm which caused rain March 1 affected the play in both contests. The Patriots attained a 2-1 victory over Mira Mesa in regulation. Fallbrook’s quarterfinal was tied at 2-2 after 80 minutes of regulation and after the two 15-minute field overtimes. “The weather didn’t allow us to play our game,” Rojas said. The tie after the completion of the field overtimes triggered the penalty kick shootout, in which players alternate for five rounds (or fewer should one team mathematically clinch the shootout prior to the fifth round). Fallbrook made four penalty shots while the Bruins converted three, giving the Warriors a March 5 semifinal match at second-seeded Eastlake. The semifinal was the second game of the season between Fallbrook and Eastlake; the Dec. 27 SoCal High School Classic tournament match played at Fallbrook was a 1-1 tie. The March 5 contest also had a 1-1 score at the end of regulation, but the need for a winner sent the game into field overtime and then into a shootout. “The semifinal versus Eastlake was just a high-intensity game, second seed versus third seed,” Rojas said. The Warriors made four penalty kicks during the shootout while the Titans converted only one, sending Fallbrook to the CIF finals for the first time in eight years. Patrick Henry’s March 5 semifinal in El Centro against fifthseeded Southwest was scoreless in regulation and field overtime before the Patriots were victorious on a 4-2 penalty kick advantage. In the final, Patrick Henry took the opening kickoff. The Warriors were able to steal the ball, move it to the other half of the pitch, and take a shot which was wide to the left of the goal. Fallbrook took five shots in the first half while Patrick Henry had three shots. Fallbrook goalie Gilberto Cortes and Patrick Henry goalie Emmanuel Huff each made two saves in the first half. “The opponent was strong,” Rojas said. For the most part the Warriors were more successful in maintaining possession of the ball and keeping the ball on the offensive side of the field. “We probably had possession 60 to 40 percent,” Rojas said. In the 38th minute, a Patrick Henry player took advantage of a gap between two Fallbrook defenders. “There was a miscommunication,” Rojas said. The pass allowed a shot into the net. However, the Patriots’ shooter was ruled offsides and the goal was nullified. “My boys came into halftime knowing that we hadn’t achieved very much because of no goals,” Rojas said. “They came in a bit stronger second half.” Zachary Pryor took over for Cortes in the nets for the second half. “I have two equally talented goalies. They both work hard in practice. They’re both seniors,” Rojas said about allowing both to participate in the CIF championship game. In the 50th minute, a series of Fallbrook passes moved the

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Planning Commission recommends zoning modifications for Rock y Crest and S. Mission, Aviation and Old Stage parcels Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent T h e c o u n t y ’s p l a n n i n g commission recommended a change in zoning designators for two Fallbrook properties. The Planning Commission’s 5-0 vote Feb. 28, with Michael Beck absent and one vacancy, recommended that a parcel at the southwest corner of Rocky Crest Road and South Mission Road be rezoned to allow for residential as well as commercial use and that three legal parcels which comprise a site at the northwest corner of East Aviation Road and Old Stage Road be given a more flexible building designator to allow the same number of units but without the likely need to subdivide the property. Approval from the San Diego Board of Supervisors is necessary for any rezone, and the Planning Commission’s recommendation will likely be ratified by the county supervisors later this year. “It’s what we wanted,” said Lee and Associates principal Patrick Miller, who represented Chaffin Inc., owner of a parcel at Rocky Crest Road and South Mission Road. The zoning changes were part of a “clean-up” action in which county Department of Planning and Development Services staff reviewed properties for consistency with the updated general plan. No objections to any of the 44 parcels recommended by the Planning Commission for zoning changes were provided. The changes involved use regulations, lot sizes, and building types rather than any increase in the number of units allowed. The Chaffin Inc. property

currently has an “W” building designator which does not allow for residential uses, although the property’s C34 General Commercial Residential zoning is intended for mixed commercialresidential developments and general retail and residential uses are both permitted. (Uses on C34 parcels are generally required to be enclosed within buildings, although outdoor uses may be allowed by a use permit.) An “L” designator allows for both attached-unit and detached-unit residential use as well as mixed use and non-residential use. The property at East Aviation Road and Old Stage Road has RV, or Variable Family Residential, zoning with a density of 15 dwelling units per acre. Its current “F” designator allows for one single-detached or semi-detached unit per lot, two duplex or doubledetached units on the same lot, or stacked residential on the same lot while also allowing for limited non-residential mixed use and for detached or attached nonresidential use. A “K” designator does not allow for non-residential use but allows for triplex use on the same lot, three to eight attached dwelling units on separate lots, and multi-dwelling units on the same lot. The “F” designator would require a subdivision to obtain the property’s full density yield while a “K” designator could allow for other patterns of development which may not require a subdivision. An entity called Fallbrook Village Aviation, LLC, owns the three parcels at East Aviation Road and Old Stage Road. To comment on this story online, visit

Mid-year budget adjustments to develop water quality plan for San Luis Rey watershed Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent The mid-year budget adjustments approved Feb. 25 by the San Diego County Board of Supervisors included appropriating $900,000 for consultant services to develop water quality improvement plans for seven watershed management areas including the San Luis Rey watershed. The supervisors’ 5-0 vote utilized a balance in the 2012-13 general fund to provide money for the work. “The mandates contained in the state’s new stormwater permit are

very stringent, and this funding will assist the county in developing water quality improvement plans to comply with these requirements,” said Supervisor Bill Horn. Federal and state laws require local governments which operate municipal separate stormwater systems to control pollutants. In 2013, the Regional Water Quality Control Board renewed the County of San Diego’s Municipal Stormwater Permit with updates, including attainment of total maximum daily loads for bacteria. To comment on this story online, visit

FPUD board delays backhoe replacement pending JPA options Joe Naiman Vllage News Correspondent The Feb. 24 meeting of the Fallbrook Public Utility District (FPUD) board included an agenda item to consider the purchase of a Case loader backhoe, but the board opted to defer that potential purchase until FPUD’s March 24 board meeting in case the North County Joint Powers Authority consisting of FPUD and the Rainbow Municipal Water District could allow for FPUD objectives to be met by sharing existing equipment rather than by purchasing new equipment. FPUD currently has a Case 580L backhoe unit which was manufactured in 1997. That backhoe does not meet current California Air Resources Board diesel regulations. Although the entire FPUD fleet meets CARB requirements through the Jan. 1, 2018, standards compliance date the district must replace equipment to be compliant with the fleet emissions requirements which will be effective on Jan. 1, 2019. The Case 580L backhoe also has 6,000 hours of use, so the need for service and repairs is increasing due to its age and use hours. FPUD prefers to use standardized equipment since that reduces the training required for district staff to operate and

maintain the equipment. The City of Los Angeles has competitively bid a Case 580N series backhoe, and FPUD has the option to “piggyback” on the City of Los Angeles bid to avoid preparation of a request for proposals. Should FPUD take advantage of that opportunity, a Case loader backhoe would be purchased from Sonsray Machinery for $93,188.04 including taxes. FPUD’s 2013-14 budget allocated $110,000 for the backhoe replacement. The JPA review will determine whether FPUD can work with Rainbow to avoid at least some scheduled replacement purchases.

Three parcels on the northwest corner of East Aviation and Old Stage Roads, owned by Fallbrook Village Aviation, LLC, have been recommended for a zoning change.

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Koran ties for third, helps Cougars win TMC Spring Invitational Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent Braeden Koran was one of three college golfers who tied for third place at the TMC Spring Invitational tournament March 3-4 at the Robinson Ranch course in Santa Clarita. After a first-round score of 77, Koran took 72 shots in each of the next two rounds to finish with a 54-hole score of 221. Cal State University San Marcos, for whom Koran has golfed since his Fallbrook High School graduation last June, won the tournament with a team score of 892. “I just felt like that’s the best I hit the ball in a long time,” Koran said. Koran and CSUSM teammate Ryan Odom shared the tournament lead with pars on 38 holes. Koran also had seven birdies, six bogeys, and three double bogeys. “If I made a few more putts I would have been closer to the top than I was,” Koran said. “I didn’t make as many putts as I needed to.” Koran and Alex Cartwright of the University of Victoria (British Columbia) shared the tournament lead with an average of 2.92 shots on par 3 holes. Koran was one of three players who shot par or lower in the third round. “No one really finished well,” he said. “The last six holes everyone just kind of ran out of gas.” Koran required 42 strokes for the first nine holes. “I was making poor decisions and I just couldn’t get anything started until the back nine,” he said. That led to his first-round score of 77. “It was just the first nine holes. I played 45 great holes of golf and one bad nine my opening round,” he said. Koran needed 35 strokes for the back nine in the first round. His first nine holes and second nine holes during the second round each took him 36 strokes. He opened the third round with 35 shots for the front nine holes before taking 37 strokes to complete the final nine holes. “I’m happy about the way I came back after that and didn’t give up,” he said. The first two rounds were played March 3 with the final round taking place March 4. Cal Lutheran golfer Mikey McGinn was the tournament’s individual winner with a score

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of 214. His 66 strokes in the first round was the low figure for the tournament. McGinn was the only golfer to shoot under par in the third round with a score of 71; Koran and Rohan Bahri of Chapman University had 72-stroke rounds. Alex Hird of Cal Lutheran took second place with a score of 218. Bahri and Austin Smith of Arizona Christian matched Koran’s score of 221. A college team consists of five golfers for each tournament, and the worst score each round is not counted in the team total. Koran, Odom, Kevin Cline, and Scott Shefflette combined for team scores of 302, 289, and 301 in the three rounds. Cal Lutheran finished

second with a team score of 899. The Cougars’ second-round score of 289 was the lowest for any team during any of the rounds. “We struggled a little bit, but we finally got the win and we finally pulled through in a tournament to get our second win of the season,” Koran said. The Cougars’ other tournament win was at the season-opening California State Intercollegiate tournament Sept. 23-24 at Hemet’s Diamond Valley Golf Club. After beginning his college career with a 73-stroke first round, Koran shot rounds of 82 and 75 to finish with a 20th-place score of 230. To comment on this story online, visit



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Supervisors authorize slope and drainage improvements for Rainbow Crest Road and Rainbow Heights Road Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent The San Diego County Board of Supervisors approved the advertisement for bid and subsequent award of a construction contract for drainage improvements along Rainbow Crest Road and Rainbow Heights Road. The supervisors’ 5-0 vote Feb. 26 also appropriated $1,390,000 of available balance from the road fund of the county’s Department of Public Works for the project involving the west side of Rainbow Crest Road north of Rock Ridge Drive and the west side of Rainbow Heights Road between branches of Select Way. The supervisors’ action also found the project categorically exempt from California Environmental Quality Act review. “Over a period of years, winter storms critically reduced the stability of the slopes along Rainbow Crest,” said Supervisor Bill Horn. “Staff closely monitored the slope and designed a retaining

wall that will ensure safety on the road and for nearby residential homes.” Rainbow Crest Road is a narrow two-lane road which was cut into a steep slope. During the December 2010 storms, a 40-foot section was heavily damaged when slope failure underneath the roadway caused the outside lane to wash out, which left only one lane open to traffic. The county declared a proclamation of local emergency due to the December 2010 storms, and the Department of Public Works issued emergency contracts to repair roads and culverts and to remove debris. The repair work design was expedited, and in May 2011 the county supervisors authorized a construction contract for repairs to Rainbow Crest Road which included building a wall to fortify and stabilize the slope at the failure location as well as reconstructing the outside lane. Since the completion of that emergency repair work, DPW staff has monitored the slope regularly to ensure that its overall

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Real estate activit y increases in February FALLBROOK – February home-prices were up over yearearlier and prior-month levels in North San Diego County as the local real estate inventory rose anticipating a surge of activity in the coming months, Jerry Kalman, a Realtor® with HomeSmart Real

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percent lower than original asking prices. In February, 21 percent of the homes sold at or above the original asking price, and very few of those sold for a higher price. Entering March, the singlefamily residential inventory rose to 234 properties. Based on February results, the market currently has about a five-month supply of homes. That inventory carried an average asking price of $832,000, or $261 per square foot. In February, 56 homes came off the market, bringing the total of those in escrow to 76 properties, a slight decrease over January activity. The average asking price of those in escrow was $544,000, or $221 per square foot. The average time on the market for homes that sold here was 51 days, which was 10 days better than January. Comparing Bonsall/Fallbrook with other North San Diego County markets, Kalman said that homes here sold for $209 per average square foot, below the $287 in Carlsbad, $258 in San Marcos, $256 in Valley Center and Oceanside, $241 in Vista and $222 in Escondido. Kalman´s data for the reporting periods ending Feb. 28, 2014, came from Sandicor, Inc., the area’s multiple listing service for realtors. It represents properties listed or sold by various brokers in San Diego County. To learn more, call or visit HomeSmart Real Estate, 701 S. Main Ave., Fallbrook.

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Open House Sunday 3/16 12pm-4pm 1126 Via Estrellada, Fallbrook

Looks like a page out of House Beautiful!

From the circular driveway accented with palm tree, to the brick walkway and tropical foliage, this country home invites you in. Once inside, notice the newly tiled floors in foyer, family room, kitchen and baths. In the living room enjoy the reclaimed brick fireplace and hearth. Surround sound speakers in the living room and out to the pool area enhance your senses with sound. The formal dining room adjoins and has customized cement floors. 3BR, 2.5BA, 2073sf.

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Students help plant native coastal sage at local preserves FALLBROOK – Fifth-grade students from local elementary schools recently planted more than 250 native coastal sage plants at Heller’s Bend and Los Jilgueros preserves. The student plantings organized in January and February were coordinated by volunteers of Save Our Forest (SOF), a Fallbrook Land Conservancy committee, as part of the group’s environmental education program. The hands-on nature program was started in 2005 “to instill in young people the importance

of native trees and plants,” said Jackie Heyneman, SOF founder and chair. “Planting natives that are drought tolerant is more important than ever due to the serious drought situation facing all of California.” The two-year program starts in the fourth grades at La Paloma, Fallbrook Street, Live Oak, and William Frazier schools. Jean Dooley, a retired public school teacher and SOF volunteer, visits the classrooms to talk with students about the need for open space, the

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importance of planting natives, and the value of community service. Students are then taught how to grow seedlings in pots, which are cared for by SOF volunteers until they are ready to be planted the following year. As fifth graders, the students travel by bus to the preserves, where they work in groups of two to four with an adult volunteer. Each student is guided through the

process of digging a hole, gently removing a young plant from a pot, and correctly setting it into the soil. Ideal months for planting native plants are January through early May. Volunteers also encourage the students to explore the planting site and view the mature native landscape, the result of previous planting field trips. “We hope the students will be inspired to carry

home these ideas to their families so that they, too, will look into using more natives in their home gardens. Natives may well be the garden of our future,” Heyneman said. Save Our Forest is seeking volunteers. For more i n f o r m a t i o n , v i s i t w w w.


condominium dwelling units. The one percent base property tax will not be sufficient to cover county, San Diego County Flood Control District, or North County Fire Protection District services which will be needed to serve the district. The County of San Diego and D.R. Horton (who purchased the residential component of Campus Park from Passarelle, LLC) worked to create a Community Facilities District which includes a special tax to pay for services not funded by the regular property tax. The revenue will be distributed through a Joint Community Facilities Agreement which stipulates the collection process as well as the distribution process. The CFD allows for the collection of three special taxes: one for county services, one for flood control services (although the county supervisors also serve as the board of the San Diego County Flood Control District and the flood control district is administered by the Department of Public Works, it is a separate legal district), and one for fire and emergency medical services. The initial tax for county services is $655 per single-family residential unit, $496 per multifamily residential unit, and $5,256 per acre of undeveloped property. The base tax to fund flood control needs is $267 per single-family unit, $203 per multi-family unit, and $2,144 per undeveloped acre. There is no levy for fire protection and emergency medical services on the undeveloped property. Each single-family unit will initially be assessed $201 for the fire and emergency medical services tax while each multi-family dwelling unit is $153. The initial tax amount is for fiscal year 2014-15. The taxes will

increase by two percent annually to cover the increased cost of services. The property will also be part of Zone A of the San Diego County Street Lighting District and property owners will pay that annual assessment, which is currently $6.48 per benefit unit. In 2007, the county supervisors adopted Board Policy I-136 which outlines how potential Community Facilities District projects will be evaluated, ensures that CFDs are created for the public good, and stipulates disclosure requirements which notify prospective property owners of the assessment. Policy I-136 also defines credit requirements to protect bondholders from default for CFDs which issue bonds for reimbursement of constructed infrastructure, although Horse Creek Ridge will fund services only and will not use long-term bonds. Horse Creek Ridge is the second CFD in unincorporated San Diego County; the first is in Harmony Grove. The first step required to form a CFD is a petition from the developer, which was received along with the proposed boundary map. The supervisors’ 5-0 vote Dec. 4 to adopt an intent to form a CFD was the next step, followed by the noticed public hearing and adoption of a resolution forming the CFD. On Oct. 22, the North County Fire Protection District board voted 5-0 to approve the Joint Community Facilities Agreement for Horse Creek Ridge. Seven percent of the one percent base property tax assessed on the land will be provided to the fire district along with the CFD assessment.

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A 5-0 San Diego County Board of Supervisors vote Feb. 26 declared the results of the mail ballot election to form the CFD. D.R. Horton is the sole property owner of the currently-uninhabited land and cast the supporting ballot. The supervisors’ vote also included officially adopting the ordinance to create the special district and levy the appropriate taxes. “The CFD is formed,” said Michele Stress, the special districts program coordinator for the county’s Department of Public Works. The election and its results declaration date were approved by a 5-0 Board of Supervisors vote Jan. 29 which also approved the introduction and first reading of the ordinance to create the district and levy the tax and approved the execution and delivery of Joint Community Facilities Agreements with the North County Fire Protection District and the San Diego County Flood Control District. The supervisors also found that the actions are within the scope of the project’s Environmental Impact Report adopted in May 2011. The Jan. 29 action also included a public hearing on the creation of the district and the assessment of the tax, although no members of the public spoke. “This was just the follow-up action,” Stress said of the Feb. 26 final approval. The Horse Creek Ridge development is the residential segment of the Campus Park project approved by the Board of Supervisors in May 2011. The approved map calls for 521 single-family residences and 230

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Education Works of local art students chosen for exhibit FALLBROOK – The artwork of eight Fallbrook students was juried into the California Art Education Association (CAEA) Youth Art Month (YAM) Show on exhibit at the San Diego Art Institute (SDAI) in Balboa Park Jan. 24 through Feb. 23. These young artists studied with Marilee Ragland at the Fallbrook School of the Arts. This year’s exhibition included over 130 artworks from 19 public, private, parochial and charter schools in San Diego County. On Feb. 23, students and their families and friends attended a

reception and awards ceremony at the SDAI. All artists were presented with a certificate of excellence and students who won awards received them. Tulasi Castro, who placed third in the kindergarten through second grade category, will have her work included in a five-county competition at the California Center for the Arts in Escondido which will be on exhibit March 15 through 30. For future art classes at the Fallbrook School of the Arts, call (760) 728-6383 or go to www.

Fallbrook art students display their work which was on exhibit at the San Diego Art Institute (SDAI) in Balboa Park, from left, back row, Maura Romero, second grade with her abstract composition “Ocean”; Han Gustafson, third grade with his abstract “Red Creation”; Aiden Hallett, third grade with his brayer print “The Maze,” and Ella Perko, sixth grade with her collage “Shattered View of Me”; front row, Viviana Lasley, fourth grade with her glueline and pastel drawing “Paws at Rest”; Karlina Garcia, first grade with her tempera painting “The Native American”; Lena Gustafson, kindergarten, with her vegetable print composition “Flowers for My Friend” which received an honorable mention award, and Tulasi Castro, kindergarten, with her collage “Angler Fish” which won a third prize.

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Straeter named to CLU Dean’s List THOUSAND OAKS, CALIF. – Brooke Straeter of Fallbrook is one of 708 students who made the Dean’s List at California Lutheran University for the fall semester. Straeter is a communication major. Students qualify for the Dean’s List by maintaining a 3.6 grade point average in their academic subjects. They will be recognized for their achievement at the Honors Convocation on April 29.

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held March 6 at the Fallbrook Community Center. To be selected for the honor, students must stand out among their peers, have outstanding achievements in academics and community volunteerism. “This is a time for us to celebrate,” said FUHSD superintendent Dale Mitchell, Ed.D. Jasmine Herrera was nominated for the student of the month honor by Ivy High teacher Kelly Walker. “Jasmine came to Ivy behind in credits,” explained Walker. “But through her commitment and hard work she is now going to graduate a year early!” Walker said Herrera “stands out in her class” because “she is not a minimalist,” adding that “she goes above and beyond in her work. “We are very proud of her,” said Walker. Herrera thanked the community members and sponsors at the program and congratulated fellow honorees. “I am very thankful,” she said. “We feel sometimes like no one cares if we work hard. I am very honored to be here today.” She said her future plans include college and a career in public service. Amanda Cunningham was selected for the student of the month honor based on the recommendation of Fallbrook High counselor/coach Anthony Morrow. “Amanda is a captain of the girls basketball team who has led us to the best record we have had in 14 years,” said Morrow. “She is extremely successful in the classroom; a fantastic student with a high G.P.A. and tries to make the campus a better place.” Morrow explained that as a junior, Cunningham headed up the Fellowship for Christian Athletes and worked to meld the club this year with Warriors for Christ, leading to it being known now as Warrior Fellowship. “She has led Warrior Fellowship this year.”

Fallbrook/Bonsall Village News “It is so nice to be supported i n t h i s c o m m u n i t y, ” s a i d Cunningham. “I’ve been so blessed. I have felt nothing but love, support and encouragement in my four years at Fallbrook High School.” Cunningham, who has already been accepted to several universities, said her goal is to go into nursing. James Kyle was lauded as a student of the month after being nominated by teacher Trace Deneke. “James is a terrific young man; I also want to recognize James’ parents for doing an unbelievable job of parenting,” said Deneke. According to Deneke, Kyle possess a 3.7 G.P.A. and is “one of the most humble, selfless students I have ever seen.” “He always has something positive to say; he is inspiring to me,” he added. Described as a “talented artist,” Kyle “does some great things,” said Deneke. “He always facilitates success; he gets along with everybody; he’s friendly, disarming, and gifted.” In addressing the crowd, Kyle said, “I used to be a shy person, but when Mr. Deneke gave me English lessons and taught me how to speak to people, I learned I can make friends just by being myself.” Kyle said he didn’t have specific college plans yet, but would like to go to art school and pursue a career in the arts. Hailey Tucker was deemed a student of the month based on the recommendation of coaches Jesse Schuveiller and Anthony Morrow. Tucker is a member of the school’s varsity girls basketball team. Schuveiller said, “Hailey has a tremendous work ethic, in demanding classes. She really impressed me when she suffered a significant knee injury last summer. She stayed positive the entire time and that really struck me as admirable. She [rehabilitated] all the way back and led her team into playoffs in just a few months. “ Morrow agreed, “Hailey not only came back, but as a team captain and leader.” A dual sport athlete, Tucker carries a 4.3 G.P.A. and plans to attend a four-year

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From left, James Kyle, Amanda Cunningham, Jasmine Herrera, and Hailey Tucker are the Fallbrook Students of the Month for March. university but has not yet selected a major. Tucker extended her thanks for the honor. “I would like to congratulate my fellow students of the month for all their accomplishments; my parents and my sister. I want to thank the community and all the volunteers for making this celebration possible. We really do appreciate knowing we have such a great community behind us.” The first tangible awards were presented by Karl Fekete of American Legion Post 365, who gifted each student with a personalized Lamp of Knowledge medal. In addition, the students received many certificates of recognition and gifts from local organizations and businesses for their accomplishments. The Fallbrook Student of the Month breakfast is funded by generous local businesses and organizations, including Major Market, Pedro’s Tacos, Fallbrook PTSA, Law Offices of Faunce,

Singer & Oatman, Fallbrook Vintage Car Club, and Sheri’s Flowers. To nominate an FUHSD high school student for this honor, email

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Entertainment “Paintings of People, Real and Imagined” at Fallbrook Library FALLBROOK – The exhibit “Paintings of People, Real and Imagined” opens March 16 at the Fallbrook Library. This exhibit, sponsored by the Friends of the Fallbrook Library, brings together five widely recognized painters in oil that uses their talent to portray people. Ordinary and extraordinary people are sometimes presented in portraits that allow the viewer to imagine the person’s experiences, and in other cases appearing as part of an intimate scene. The five artists bring great

technical skill and a vivid imagination to their work. Michael Steirnagel, formerly of Rainbow and Fallbrook, who now has his studio in downtown Escondido, is widely recognized to be at the top of his genre. He shows his expressive style in Palm Desert, Richmond, Va. and Scottsdale, Ariz. Renee Corwin, a native New Yorker, studied at the School of Visual Arts. She started her career as a designer/colorist in the textile industry. She now paints, teaches,

“Old Lady Rich,” the work of artist Richard Stergulz, is one of the paintings on exhibit at Fallbrook Library starting March 16. and judges art exhibits, and is the president of the San Diego Portrait Society. Richard Stergulz is well-known to the Fallbrook art community. In addition to his award-winning painting, he teaches and regularly gives demonstration workshops to the Fallbrook Art Association and other groups. Elizabeth Taft is a Fallbrook resident who has painted and

shown her work for more than 30 years. She has won many awards throughout the region. The fifth painter is Chick Curtis. He said, “Having suppressed the desire to openly commit to painting for a half century, it feels pretty euphoric to be engaged with the pigment daily now. I feel like I have finally been fully resuscitated in being the person I have always wanted to be.”

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There will be an opening reception on Friday, March 21 from 6 to 8 p.m. Refreshments will be served, there will be music from Marjorie Fulton on the Steve Allen piano, and all are invited to come and meet the artists. Admission is free. Fallbrook Library is located at 124 S. Mission Ave. and the exhibit is open during library hours until April 25.

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Fallbrook Battle of the Bands set for March 29 Community Center, County of San Diego Parks and Recreation, and Fallbrook Guitar Company. For more information and an band entry application, email gordon., contact the community center at (760) 728-1671 or stop by the office at 341 Heald Lane, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.


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be awarded to game winners. This year’s Battle of the Bands will use a professional sound system provided by Quiet Voice Audio. A sound technician will mic and mix all instruments and vocals for top sound quality. The bands will be rated by a panel of judges on presentation, originality,

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