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Phoenix Patriot Band to perform at Avocado Festival TEMECULA – The Phoenix Patriot Band will be performing at the Avocado Festival Sunday, April 13 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the food court located at E. Hawthorne St. They will be playing a mixed genre of rock cover songs. The band serves as a signature band supporting the music program of the Phoenix Patriot Foundation (PPF), a 501 c3 non-profit organization providing

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EDUCATION Debbie Ramsey Managing Editor O n S u n d a y, A p r i l 1 3 , Main Avenue will undergo a transformation that happens only once each year, with an expected 70,000 plus visitors streaming up and down the thoroughfare to experience the 28th annual Avocado Festival, sponsored each year by the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce. This year’s event looks to be as popular as ever. “Over 450 vendors are signed up and we have a great cross-selection of crafts and more,” said chamber CEO Lila MacDonald. There are some local organizations and businesses amongst the vendors. “Our Avenue of the Arts features the

work by many local artists,” said MacDonald. “The Fallbrook Football Boosters sell avocado packs every year; our Fallbrook Vintage Car Club has a mini car show at the festival; packing houses like Del Rey and McDaniel’s are involved, as well as many others. For those who enjoy the festival each year, new “avocado” items always catch the eye. “There will be avocado oil soaps, body oil, and lotions; avocado artwork, avocado honey, and avocado beer,” explained MacDonald. “Of course, there will also be guacamole and I believe avocado gelato. Each of these vendors will be identified with a banner that says “Stop for Avocado Products.” Live music is also on tap. “There will be four live bands,” said

MacDonald, adding they would be located in these spots: Avenue of the Arts, the beer garden (at Scrappy’s Tire, 346 S. Main Ave.), and two at the community stage, which this year will be at Main and Elder (the Elder House property). Contests are always part of the fun at the Avocado Festival. While

Village News photo in recent years contest locations have been at the “community stage” across from Mission Theater, the stage will now be located at the Elder House, corner of Main and Elder.

Outstanding students recognized Yamkova, Drew, Huff,

see FESTIVAL, page A-10 and Zelasco honored

“I am so excited to see the community collaboration that goes into this; it is such a huge event, it really takes a village to accomplish it.”

Lucette Moramarco Staff Writer Nataliya Yamkova of Oasis High School and Hailey Drew, Ben Huff, and Brittney Zelasco of Fallbrook High School were honored as Students of the Month for the Fallbrook Union High School District (FUHSD) at a special celebratory breakfast held April 3 at the Fallbrook Community Center.

see STUDENTS, page C-11

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Debbie Ramsey Managing Editor Throwing a special event with a guest list of 70,000 is not an easy task. Fallbrook’s signature annual event, the Avocado Festival, takes a full year of planning and collaboration on behalf of the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce to produce. “It’s a team effort,” said chamber CEO Lila MacDonald. “We have two co-chairs this year, George Archibald (one of the original founders) and Gary Shimer, in addition to a committee of over 25 people to help with all aspects of festival planning. Also, even more volunteers help with sub-

committees and those can contain an additional two to 25 people per subcommittee.” Planning the Avocado Festival begins on the day of the event the year prior. “On the day of the festival, we give each vendor a ‘speedy renewal’ form which allows them to sign up for the next year and receive a discount,” said MacDonald. “About 50 percent take advantage of this, which means we are already half-full for the next year.” Logistical plans and needed supplies are many when it comes to the big event.

What it takes to produce the Avocado Festival

Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent The Avocado West League girls soccer coaches conferred allleague honors upon five members of the Fallbrook High School team. Jocelyn Urbina was a member of the league’s first team. Honorable mention recognition went to Angelina Rojas, Savannah McInerny, Jenna Murphy, and Lilly Durbin.

see SOCCER, page C-7


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Ken Seals photos Discussing plans for the 2014 Avocado Festival are, from left, chamber volunteers George Bamber, Marlene Rantanen, Roy Costello, and Chris Murphy.


At the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce office, from left, Lila MacDonald, CEO; Linda Costello, administrative and media coordinator, and Jackie Toppin, membership services coordinator, display items that will be available in the chamber’s Avocado Emporium during the festival on April 13.

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Local Historical Societ y to host “Salute To Agriculture” on May 10

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Components of the San Diego agricultural economy will be featured, including olives, citrus,

avocados, nurseries, grapes and wineries, macadamia nuts, cut flowers and indoor plants, to mention a few. Agricultural-related agencies – such as the UC Cooperative Extension and the Mission Resource Conservation District – will also provide displays and information. The formal program will include remarks by Eric Larson, executive director of the San Diego County Farm Bureau, accompanied by a slide presentation entitled “ C e l e b r a t i n g 1 0 0 Ye a r s o f Agriculture in San Diego County.” The program will also include comments related to agriculture in Fallbrook from Janet Silva Kister, co-owner of nationallyrecognized Sunlet Nurseries. The finale of the program will be a “Salute to Farmers and Growers” – the community’s expression of gratitude to local farmers and growers for their dedication and commitment to their industry. At the conclusion of the program, a series of items will be raffled while guests tour the grounds and

The special events committee of the Fallbrook Historical Society pause for a photo during the planning of their May 10 event, “Salute to Agriculture,” from left, Roy Moosa, Bev McDougal, Anne Burdick, and Don McLean, Jr. Not pictured: Ann Simpson and Evelyn Fisher. enjoy the agricultural displays. Refreshments will also be served at the end of the program. All of the Historical Society’s buildings – the Pittenger House, the museum, the Ford Room, the

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Ken Seals photos Chosen as Fallbrook’s new ambassadors at the 2014 Miss Fallbrook Ambassador ‘Live Your Dream’ program on April 5 at Potter Jr. High School are, from left, Halee Olsen, Second Princess; Claire Ginther, Miss Fallbrook; and Sarah Engebretson, First Princess.

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Announcements Residents can learn about Free concert April 17 features Sunset Internet scams, security Strummers Ukulele Band issues and computer crimes on April 30 FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Citizens’ Crime Prevention Committee will sponsor a free crime prevention seminar about Internet scams, security issues, and computer crimes on Wednesday, April 30, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Fallbrook Library (community room), 124 S. Mission Road. The guest speaker will be Deputy District Attorney Brendan McHugh, project director of the Computer and Technology Crime High-Tech Response Team (C.A.T.C.H.), with the San Diego

County District Attorney’s Office. McHugh’s presentation will cover current revelations about the collection of personal data at Target stores and by Google, new viruses, and money-demanding scams for ransom that can infiltrate a person’s email. He will enlighten attendees about the newest methods to reduce vulnerability of one’s personal data, computer, and smart phone. Residents are invited to learn how to protect themselves against these crimes.

Learn another culture by hosting an exchange student FALLBROOK – Local residents have an opportunity to learn about another culture by hosting an exchange student in their home. On Saturday, May 10, at 1 p.m., Kathy Marbach, academic coordinator with Cultural Homestay International, will be giving an informational program

at Fallbrook Library on how to become a host family for incoming exchange students during the 2014-2015 school year. Students would attend Fallbrook High School for five or 10 months. Even families without children can host! Contact Kathy for more information at (540) 845-2235.

Taco dinner fundraiser offered to help girls rugby team FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Girls Rugby Club will hold a taco dinner and raffle fundraising event on Saturday, April 19 from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Fallbrook High School cafeteria, 2400 S. Stage Coach Ln. The evening will consist of food and fun. For $10 each, supporters receive a dinner of three tacos, rice, beans, drink, and dessert. Raffle tickets will be $1 each; prizes include Legoland tickets, Sea World tickets, various gift certificates, and much more.

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The Sunset Strummers Ukulele Band FALLBROOK – The Sunset Strummers Ukulele Band will perform a free concert in the community room of the Fallbrook Library on April 17 at 7 p.m. The band is a gathering of

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seniors and near-seniors that strum, sing, dance, and just have a good time. They are based in Vista and are led by Eleanor Nedjar. The concert series at the library, 124 S. Mission Rd., is presented

the third Thursday of each month and is sponsored by the Friends of the Fallbrook Library. Seating is limited; arrive early to ensure a seat.

Quilt Guild scholarship deadline nears FALLBROOK - The deadline for a scholarship up to $1,500 is quickly approaching. April 21 is the deadline for applications to be submitted for the Fallbrook Quilt Guild scholarship. This scholarship is being offered to any graduating high school senior in the greater Fallbrook area who will be attending an accredited college or university

during the 2014-15 academic year. While not a requirement, preference may be given to someone who has a family member or close friend in the Guild. Preference may also be given to someone connected to quilting and/or fiber arts. Application requirement information as well as the application itself can be accessed through the website at The Fallbrook Quilt Guild is involved in many philanthropic activities and raises funds through their involvement in the Fallbrook Fall Festival, their quilt show every other year, and by selling opportunity tickets for a beautiful handmade quilt.


EventsCalendar April

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 17 - 7 p.m. - Free concert featuring the Sunset Strummers Ukulele Band at Fallbrook Library, 124 S. Mission Rd. Band is comprised of senior and near-senior players that strum, sing, dance, and more. Seating is limited. 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 www. 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.

April 30 – 7 to 8:30 p.m. – Free crime prevention update on latest computer scams, security issues and internet crimes sponsored by Fallbrook Citizens’ Crime Prevention Committee. Speaker Brendan McHugh is a deputy district attorney, and project director of the county’s Computer and Technology Crimes High Tech Response Team. Presentation will be held at the Fallbrook Library community room, 124 S. Mission Road. For more information call (760) 731-9127. May 3 - 1 p.m. - Fallbrook Woman’s Club presents fifth annual mystery play and luncheon f u n d r a i s e r, “ T h e D e c a d e n t Housewives of Hysteria Lane,” starring the Carriage Players. Tickets are $23/each and can be purchased by calling Shirley Ledda at (760) 728-8234. May 10 – 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. – American Association of University Women Country Garden Tour of Fallbrook; begins at Palomares House, 1815 Stage Coach Lane. Benefits local scholarships. Tickets $25 at door or presale $20 at Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce, 111 S. Main Ave., Major Market, 845 Main Ave. or call (760) 728-4459. May 10 – 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. – The Fallbrook Historical Society and the San Diego County Farm Bureau present “A Salute to Agriculture: Honoring 100 Years of Agriculture in San Diego,” 1730 Hill Avenue at Rocky Crest Road. The event includes agricultural memorabilia, historical photos, a broad sampling of fruits, vegetables, flowers, and is open to the general public free of charge.

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Opinion I oppose SLRD mitigation bank

Agricultural day in the Capitol

Dear Ms. Santulli, Army Corps of Engineers,

encouraged and supported. Unfortunately, Governor Brown seems to be going in the opposite By Calif. State Assemblymember direction with a proposal that would curtail or eliminate the Marie Waldron Agriculture Education Incentive (R-75th District) Grant Program (AEIGP). This A s t h e n a t i o n ’s l e a d i n g program supports 315 agricultural agricultural state, California programs that currently enroll remains the nation’s breadbasket. over 75,000 high school students By declaring March 19 Ag Day statewide. I believe that ag education in the Capitol, the Legislature must remain an integral part of recognized the need to support this vital industry, especially during California’s school curriculum. this period of prolonged drought. Consequently, I recently joined Agriculture’s impact on the 22 of my colleagues on the state’s economy cannot be Legislative Rural Caucus to send overemphasized. California is the a letter to Governor Brown asking number one producer of a list of for continued funding for the crops that is too long to reproduce AEIGP. The Governor’s proposed here. The list includes locally cuts will be subjected to intense grown crops such as avocados, scrutiny; indeed, legislation has lemons, strawberries and grapes, already been introduced to restore products that help place San Diego the funding.  Educating future generations of and Riverside in the top tier of California’s agricultural counties.  California’s farmers must remain a Given the vital importance of top priority. After all, the products the state’s ag industry, educating grown by those farmers will feed our future farmers must be the nation and much of the world.

This is to advise of the negative impact on the current ecosystem and endangered species if the socalled Conservation Land Group goes through with their plan to dredge up the San Luis Rey Golf Course. It is not reasonable to try to justify the destruction of the current, healthy ecosystem to create a new one. I have always felt so patriotic about the Army Corps of Engineers. This ill-planned endeavor makes it sound like the USACE is in bed with greedy land developers, and I don’t think that it was an accident that the public hearing on Feb. 24 for this plan was kept under the radar. And, by the way, that was when we learned the USACE deadline for receiving public comments was March 31. This will also negatively impact

the aesthetics of the community as well as eliminate 40 permanent jobs, endanger the elementary school, and reduce property values of nearby homes by 25 percent. Also, homeowners’ insurance companies have told them that if this plan goes through, they will drop their insurance. The present owners of the golf course have received a very handsome offer from another potential buyer who plans to make some improvements, however, they cannot compete with the wealth of the land developers through the Conservation Land Group LLC who would have the right to parcel the land into hundreds of thousands of credits for $250,000 each – one acre – one credit. Mary Oldham cc: Village News

Opposing mitigation bank in lieu of SLRD golf course I know this should be a factfilled letter opposing the closing of San Luis Rey Downs golf club, but it’s not. It’s an emotionallybased plea configured from years of friendships, memories and now desperate hopefulness. In its heyday, SLRD was a focal point of business and social events in the Bonsall area. It became common to hear the phrase “meet you at the Downs,” not only for golf, but school board and business meetings, dinners, and weekend getaways, from not only locals, but visitors from far and wide. Over the years, the buildings have fallen in disrepair and the golf course is currently not as well-maintained as it once was. A little TLC and a good business plan could rejuvenate not only the property, but engage

the community in support of the facilities, not to mention protect the property values of the homeowners in the area, many of whom invested in the quaintness and peace and quiet of the golf course area. The iconic design of this golf course has forged and broken many a heart. Please don’t annihilate the future opportunity of so many more to experience the already present beauty, wildlife, grandeur and sheer joy of the SLRD golf course. I encourage all involved to reconsider and reevaluate the wisdom of the current far-reaching, devastating plan. Marie Weber San Marcos

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Health Palomar Health joins forces with Mayo Clinic ESCONDIDO – More is usually better, especially when it comes to patient care. Now, thanks to a unique collaboration with the prestigious Mayo Clinic, Palomar Health patients are benefiting from access to more medical research and information, additional expert opinions on complex cases and experienced advice on hospital programs and protocols. In December 2013, Mayo Clinic formally announced Palomar Health as a member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network, a program designed to help people gain the benefits of Mayo Clinic knowledge and expertise close to home. As part of the Mayo Clinic Care Network, Palomar Health physicians can use electronic care reference and collaboration tools that connect them directly to Mayo Clinic specialists, as well as Mayo’s latest research and treatment recommendations. “Membership in the Mayo

Clinic Care Network not only benefits the care provided to our patients, but it also facilitates improvements in practice on the part of our clinicians,” said Michael Covert, president and chief executive officer of Palomar Health. “Working with this network takes our health-care practice to a new level and validates the quality of our physicians here.” Mayo Clinic established the network three years ago for like-minded organizations that share the goal of improving the delivery of health care in their communities. Palomar Health is the 24th member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network and the first in California. “For the past 150 years, Mayo Clinic has used a model of care that brings teams of experts together to focus on the care of each individual patient,” said Wyatt Decker, M.D., Mayo Clinic vice-president and chief

executive officer of Mayo Clinic in Arizona. “We realized that Palomar Health is similarly aligned around patient care excellence and that shared focus is a key ingredient of the Mayo Clinic Care Network.” The vetting process took nearly a year and involved a Palomar Health team visit to Mayo Clinic in Arizona and, later, several Mayo Clinic visits to Palomar Health. “They don’t accept everyone,” said Covert. “You have to meet a level of practice that Mayo thinks is essential to strong collaboration.” Membership in the Mayo Clinic Care Network provides participating physicians with new tools and resources in specialty areas where Mayo Clinic’s knowledge and expertise may be helpful. An eConsult provides direct connection with a Mayo Clinic physician, while “Ask Mayo Expert” offers access to a medical information database developed by Mayo specialists. The result

is patients and physicians have greater peace of mind, and most care can remain local. “Although we have great primary and specialty care at Palomar Health, sometimes we get unique cases which none of us see very often in our practices,” said orthopedic surgeon James Bried,

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health care in our community,” said Della Shaw, chief clinical outreach officer of Palomar Health. “Membership in the Mayo Clinic Care Network is a benefit to our

patients and speaks volumes about what Palomar Health does on behalf of our community.” L e a r n m o r e a t

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Guacamole contest Guacamole-bragging rights will again be up for grabs this year. Sue Shimer, chair of the event confirmed, “we will have both amateur and professional categories in the contest again this year.” Those wishing to enter the contest need to deliver one pint of their special recipe at 12:45 p.m. the day of the festival (no earlier as there is no refrigeration available). Chips will be provided. “The judging will begin at 1 p.m. and the winners will be announced at 1:30,” said Shimer. “The entry form can be downloaded from the chamber website or picked up at the chamber office in advance.” First and second-place prizes are awarded for both best tasting and best presentation. Avo 500 Making race cars out of avocados and competing to see which one is fastest, is all part of the (free) fun at the Avo 500, coordinated by volunteer Gordon Stone. This event will take place at the community stage area at the Elder House, corner of Main and Elder. Check-in time to make an avocado race car (free) is 11 a.m., with the race time at noon. Children can also bring their own “avocado race car.” Prizes will be awarded to the winners. Best Dressed Avocado Elementary school age children can deliver their “best dressed avocado” in whatever theme they would like for this year’s contest, also held at the Elder House. Chamber volunteer Helen Archibald coordinates the event. Check-in time is between 10 and 10:50 a.m. and judging is at 11. Judging is based on originality, creativity, and use of materials. Prizes are awarded to the winners. Little Miss & Mister Avocado Boys and girls ages 6 to 10 who would like a chance to be Fallbrook royalty can enter the Miss & Mister Avocado contest, which will also be held at the community stage at

the Elder House. Registration for the competition will be held from 10 to 10:50 a.m. with the event at 11. This year’s contest is being organized by Christiana Monarez (a former Miss Fallbrook) and the newly-crowned 2014 Miss Fallbrook court will be assisting. This year, the Fallbrook Airpark has elected not to hold its annual Open House on the day of the Avocado Festival, due to parking problems, however other off-site attractions are still on the schedule. The Fallbrook Historical Society will have its compound of museums open for visitors at the corner of Rocky Crest Drive and Hill Street (Rocky Crest is accessible off South Mission Road). The Fallbrook Gem & Mineral Society will also have its museum open for visitors at 123 W. Alvarado Street (one block off where it intersects with Main Ave.) A kid’s carnival operation will be set up in the parking lot of Joe’s Hardware, 640 S. Main Ave. (corner of Fallbrook Street). This year’s festival looks to be as promising as ever, with a wide variety of goods and entertainment. “ I w a s 1 6 w h e n G e o rg e (Archibald), Carol (Eastman) and my mom (Dianna Branche Hallock) put on the first Avocado Festival, and George still jokes that there wasn’t an avocado in sight (it was in October). They moved it to April, and over the years more avocado products have been added as well as local food vendors, talent, and artists.” And it’s tradition that keeps the chamber producing one of Southern California’s most popular agricultural-themed events. “I am so excited to see the community collaboration that goes into this; it is such a huge event, it really takes a village to accomplish it,” said MacDonald. For more information on the Avocado Festival, visit www. fallbrookchamberofcommerce. org. To comment on this story online, visit

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FALLBROOK – For people under 65, the Affordable Care Act (ACA, also referred to as Obamacare) has brought major changes. One of these changes is the “individual mandate,” which instructs the IRS to assess a penalty on any individuals that do not have health insurance coverage for 2014 and future years. For 2014, the penalty is the greater of 1 percent of taxable income, or $95. The penalty increases over the next few years. Due to the problems associated with ACA websites and other startup issues, many Californians have been given an additional amount of time to finish getting coverage in place and to avoid the

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Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent The Rainbow Municipal Water District’s withdrawal from the North County Joint Powers Authority which also included the Fallbrook Public Utility District ended the employee leasing agreement which was a subsidiary pact of the joint powers agreement. Despite the disagreements which led to Rainbow’s withdrawal from the North County JPA, Rainbow’s board approved a resolution to provide assistance to FPUD if the situation warrants. A 5-0 Rainbow board vote March 25 approved a resolution which authorizes Rainbow to render practical assistance to FPUD in an emergency or any opportunity regardless of whether a formal agreement between the two districts exists. “We feel that there’s value in supporting and working with all the districts around, Valley Center or any one that’s going to benefit us,” said Rainbow board president George McManigle. “Why would we vote against that?” In September 2013 Rainbow’s

board approved a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Valley Center Municipal Water District to coordinate infrastructure of new development projects east of Interstate 15. The Horse Creek Ridge development is in Rainbow’s service area while an April 7 Local Agency Formation Commission hearing is expected to annex the planned Meadowood development land into the Valley Center district. The MOU covers potable water, recycled water, and wastewater pipelines along with a sewer lift station and a water reclamation plant. The MOU allows for common infrastructure which not only reduces construction costs for the developers who pay for the systems but will also reduce operation and maintenance costs and allows the districts to provide mutual aid to each other with appropriate reimbursement. During Rainbow’s February 25 board meeting, board member Helene Brazier cited the activity between Rainbow and Valley Center in noting that jurisdictional or even formal functional consolidation was not necessary to achieve the benefits of sharing

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from page A-1 “We have to plan for street closures, barricades, generators, power cords, canopies, getting vendors unloaded and loaded into their spots, shuttles, trash cans, chemical toilets, tables, chairs, and much more,” explained MacDonald. Organizations and agencies like the Fallbrook Amateur Radio Club, Sheriff’s Dept. and it’s Senior Volunteer Patrol, CHP, North County Fire, and more provide a vital communication system the day of the event and coordinate appropriate response for any emergencies. “They keep quick, clear pathways to emergency services such as the hospital; we all work hard, together, to bring the safest environment we can to the festival,” said MacDonald. “Law enforcement agencies are involved from the beginning in every aspect from logistics... street closures, safety the day of, overall safety, keeping pedestrian traffic flowing, and disturbances down.” The chamber is required to secure several permits to hold the event since it also features food and alcohol for sale. Specialty contests are a popular part of the annual Avocado Festival, and those also are volunteer-driven. “Sue Shimer has handled the Guacamole Contest for years and Gordon Stone has handled the AVO 500 contest for kids for many years,” said MacDonald. “Helen Archibald oversees the Best Dressed Avocado Contest and Christiana Monarez is coordinating the Little Miss and Mister Avocado contest this year. Cory Carrier provides the sound and coordination for all the events that take place at the Community Stage during the festival.” Anita Kimzey coordinates the annual Art of the Avocado contest. Fallbrook Propane is the major sponsor that makes the competition possible. Judging of entries already took place April 5 and the artwork will be on exhibit the day of the festival at Brandon Gallery, 105 N. Main Ave. According to MacDonald, the easiest aspect of organizing the festival is getting together the committee members. “Everyone really takes their piece of the puzzle and does an amazing job,” she said. The biggest challenge, she explained, used to be getting vendors loaded in and out of their assigned booths. However, since a company has been used for vendor coordination the past few years, that challenge has lessened. “Kennedy & Associates is a real asset and handles this with great expertise,” she said. April 13 will be extremely busy in Fallbrook, unlike other Sundays throughout the year. Impact is felt throughout the downtown area and MacDonald said the chamber is grateful that many entities are so helpful on the day of the event, especially when it comes to parking. “Parking is always a concern,” she said. “We are allowed to use the parking lots of Fallbrook High School, Fallbrook Union Elementary School District, Major Market, and Northgate Market. We have two shuttles that we hire to bring people from the high school and Frazier Elementary, the Fallbrook Historical Society, and Fallbrook Senior Center in order to ease congestion downtown.” “Many businesses (that aren’t usually open on Sunday) stay open for the event,” said MacDonald. “Some offer festival specials.” Despite the enormous amount of work involved, member/volunteers of the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce are committed to ensuring the event’s success, given it’s importance. In recent years, the event has generated over $1 million each year in sales, they said. “The festival was started 28 years ago to bring business to town; with the idea that if you bring people to town, they will shop or come back to shop after seeing what our town has to offer,” said MacDonald. “Another important factor is that the proceeds from hosting the Avocado Festival fund other events in town, like the Christmas Parade. Those events wouldn’t happen if we didn’t have this event.” To comment on this story online, visit

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March 26 500 block Stewart Canyon Rd. March 28 700 block W. Fallbrook St. March 29 31900 block Del Cielo Este 32100 block Via Vera March 31 2700 block Reche Rd. April 1 1700 block Winterwarm Dr. 800 block S. Wisconsin St. 700 block De Luz Rd. 900 block Alturas Rd. 400 block W. Clemmens Ln. 1300 block Sycamore Heights 300 block E. Alvarado St. S. Mission Rd. @ Ash St. 600 block Elm Tree Dr.

April 2 1600 block Calavo Rd. 1800 block Gum Tree Ln. 2000 block Hillrise Rd. 300 block Mission Rd. Tierra Nuevo @ Aspen Dr. April 3 200 block W. Clemmens Ln. Ken Seals photos Gary Shimer, left, and George Archibald, co-chairs of the 2014 Avocado Festival discuss plans for the event with chamber CEO Lila MacDonald.

‘No Parking’ signs are some of the communications and safety items required for the Avocado Festival; discussing logistics are volunteers, front row from left, Sheriff’s Senior Volunteer Patrol members Derwin Williams and Cindy Roark, and CHP representative Jimmy Gaffney; second row from left, Ron Patten and Bigs Parker of the Fallbrook Amateur Radio Club

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Olive trees make a comeback in Fallbrook

Lucette Moramarco Staff Writer

How to pickle olives Oil was the main use of the olive crop but another was “pickling.” As anyone knows who has attempted to eat an olive directly from the tree, it is intensely bitter. This is due to the presence of a bitter glucoside, oleuropein. During processing this bitterness is neutralized, usually by treatment with sodium hydroxide (lye). The olives are immediately placed in a one to two percent solution of lye and water. This removes the bitterness. The lye was then removed with repeated washing with water. The fruit was then place in large barrels for 6 to 12 months to undergo lactic acid fermentation. During this treatment a 5 to 8 percent salt solution is maintained and sugar is added occasionally to keep the fermentation going. After the fermentation period the olives were graded and bottled in a dilute brine.*

Before avocado trees covered the hills of Fallbrook, olive trees provided the major crop of the area. According to “Fallbrook Yesterday and Today (1869 – 1977)”, written by Harold H. Marquis, the planting of the then oldest existing olive trees in Fallbrook was in 1876 in Live Oak Canyon. Frederick E. Fox planted them along with a variety of fruit trees, a fan palm, mulberry and eucalyptus in the area where Live Oak Park is now located. Farmers tried growing every kind of fruit and found that olives and citrus grew the best in the local climate and with the available water supply. Marquis wrote, “Olives became a principal industry, with up to one thousand acres in the area, providing employment and income for many.” Dr. Charles Pratt owned the Loma Ranch with a large olive orchard on South Alturas Street in 1895. With its own olive oil press, the Loma ranch was a major producer of high-grade olive oil, bottling about 15,000 gallons annually from 1895 until 1919. An article on “The Olive Industry of Fallbrook,” [originally published in Village News Oct. 1, 1998 and contributed by the Fallbrook Historical Society, Don Rivers, President], includes Red Mountain Ranch as another early major olive grower in Fallbrook with its own processing plant. The ranch was originally homesteaded in 1887 in the northeast part of Fallbrook along Mission road at the top end of Live Oak Canyon. Both the book and the article tell about a mobile olive processing plant that “was a ‘house on wheels’ with sleeping, cooking and dining facilities, that was hauled from ranch to ranch as the harvest progressed.” The article adds that a canning company was located on Fallbrook Street between Main Street and Hill Street; its building later housed CalBrook Avocado Company and now Fallbrook Fertilizer, Feed and Farm Supply. (See sidebar on the ‘pickling’ of olives.) There was also an olive oil processing plant in use on Alturas Street across from a 300-acre orchard on Olive Hill Road. Another large olive orchard occupied several hundred acres bordered by Stage Coach Lane to the east, McDonald Road to the west, Pepper Tree Lane to the south and Fallbrook Street to the north. During the period of 1913-1915 olives were the largest cash crop in the Fallbrook area. In Marquis’ book, the local newspaper quoted an olive fancier in 1914 who predicted, “with absolutely no cultivation for ten or twelve years, as much as $50 per acre has been harvested from these old trees. With cultivation, this could be developed to $100 an acre.” However water was scarce and imports of olive oil from Italy and Spain put an end to most olive cultivation for oil in the United States. The history of Fallbrook’s olive production continued with Joe Smarr who bought the old Ellis hotel in Fallbrook in 1925 and a 160-acre ranch which included an olive orchard in De Luz where Daily Lake is now. (See sidebar for a description of the olive press.) As Red Mountain Ranch changed owners through the years, new varieties of trees and crops were planted and watered by wells and reservoirs on the ranch before the establishment of water districts. Even though olive farming lost its profitability, the hardy trees survived neglect and continued growing on whatever rain fell on them. Movie director Frank Capra bought the ranch in 1939 and planted avocado and citrus trees, besides having 105 acres of olive trees rehabilitated. He also put the olive oil press back into production. Capra sold his Fallbrook Olive Oil for five years through the mail by advertising in magazines. The business went well until World War II ended and foreign imports, including Italian olive oil, flooded the market in the United States. Capra stopped selling his olive oil after the war and then sold the part of his ranch with the reservoir on it to Fallbrook Public Utility District in 1949. He sold the rest of the ranch in 1977, but the Fallbrook

Historical Society has several bottles of his olive acre of Spanish olive trees that are three years old oil on display in the Donald J. Rivers Interpretive and not producing yet. Engelke said that with the Center (aka the Barn). proper pruning and watering, olive trees can produce With the current water shortage that is wiping out three tons per acre which in turn produce 120 gallons many avocado orchards, some of olive oil. area residents are looking His oil, made How olives are pressed into alternative crops that with a blend of In the large wooden barn was a round require less water, including hand-harvested concrete circular table pressing from which an wine grapes and olives. Tuscan variety axle protruded upward. From this vertical axle These two fruits both thrive olives, won a ran a long axle on which turned a concrete roller in Mediterranean climates silver medal in that was pulled around the concrete table by a which are very similar to the 12th annual horse. The olives were smashed and the juice the climate here in Southern LA International was collected and filtered. The juice was placed California. E x t r a Vi r g i n in settling tanks, where the oil separated from At least Olive Oil the juice. The oil was then washed with warm two Fallbrook Competition in water then filtered again. After a period of a residents 2011. Much like couple months was allowed for hydrolysis of are already avocados and the bitter principle then the oil was processed producing citrus, olive trees and bottled for shipping.* olive oil from produce a bigger locally grown crop every other *Information from the Fallbrook Historical Society at: o l i v e s . D r. year; Engelke John Piconi, a was not able industry.html. retired doctor to make olive and former oil this year but winery owner, now grows his own plans on a good harvest in the fall. He has used a mill olives and creates a special up in the Central Coast area which has its press in blend of olive oil besides a semi-truck, similar to the mobile processing plant his own wine and red wine in use in Fallbrook a century ago. vinegar from imported New olive groves have been spotted on South grapes. Mission, De Luz and Margarita Glen as more A n e w F a l l b r o o k residents are trying out the fruit that needs only 20 Olive Oil company has percent of the water used by avocado trees. been established by Jim Remnants of the old olive orchards can still be Engelke, a landscape seen around Fallbrook as well as the new olive trees architect who planted his that once again provide an opportunity for residents olive trees on two acres in to produce an income from their land and develop a the Red Mountain Ranch unique product for local consumption. area. He has one acre of Tuscan varieties that are To comment on this story online, visit www. about 11 years old and an

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Home & Garden Fallbrook Mattress opens to serve family’s hometown

Celebrating the Grand Opening of Fallbrook Mattress are family members, from left, Ed Corn Jr., Ken Seals photo store manager Tom Freeman, Dawn Corn, Madison Corn, Chris Corn, and Ed Corn on Thurs., April 3. Debbie Ramsey Managing Editor Ed Corn said at one time he was “related to half of Fallbrook,” and it’s easy to see this friendly man’s extended family network is still healthy in number here. That’s why Ed and his wife, Chris, decided to open Fallbrook Mattress on Jan. 24, because he wants to continue his involvement with the community. After his family moved to the area in 1946, Ed said, “We really

had a good life. Growing up in Fallbrook, I have a special feel for this town.” The Corns also own five Ashley Furniture Home Stores in California. Ed said now that his son runs the Ashley business, “What the heck, I thought since we do so well with mattresses, we’ll find a little spot we can put a store in Fallbrook.” “I thought if we open a store here, we can keep the tax dollars in Fallbrook,” he added. While he and Chris moved to Temecula 20

years ago, it’s obvious where his heart is. The business is a good addition to Fallbrook. Purchasing a new mattress is an important task and investment, one that can result in a significant positive impact on the quality of one’s rest. Ed said, “You spend one-third of your life on your mattress. Do you deserve a good night’s sleep?” While mattress warranties have grown in length over the years, he said on the average people replace their mattress every 10 to 12 years. It’s easy to see Fallbrook Mattress has the perfect fit for anyone, since the Corns carry 33 models of mattresses, many of which are available in multiple comfort levels. All 33 models can be viewed and tested inside the store. “ We ’ v e g o t a g o o d representation,” Ed confirmed. Between Sealy, Tempur-Pedic®, and Diamond brands, everything from the traditional innerspring to latex foam to gem memory foam, to the new state-of-the-art hybrid (half foam-half spring) is offered. The hybrid has been very well

received in the consumer market. “Some customers want something different than the coil mattress, but don’t like the feeling of being embedded in a foam mattress; that’s where the new hybrid mixes are perfect,” explained Dawn Corn, Ed’s daughter, who works in the store regularly. “The hybrid can provide the perfect solution for many people.” Rather than a limited selection, Ed said he felt it was important to offer a full range of prices and options in the Fallbrook store. “For the budget-minded, we have queen sets that start at $299,” he said. Those with special needs, like arthritis sufferers, or ladies who experience frequent hot flashes should definitely visit this store. “We have ‘cool technology’ for the ladies who have hot flashes and we offer the specialty foam for arthritis sufferers,” explained Chris. Many know that getting a good night’s sleep when one has chronic aches and pains can be a challenge. “We know how to help people deal with those problem pressure points while sleeping,” Ed said. Manager Bob Freeman is well-versed in finding solutions for customers’ various needs. One of the most exciting discoveries in this new store is the amazingly affordable bases they sell to make a mattress adjustable. “The prices on these have come way down,” Chris said. “When I’m in bed watching TV, I love my adjustable base. There’s no need to wait until your 80 to get an adjustable bed anymore!” Fallbrook Mattress also sells customized mattresses for RVs, campers, and other specialty purposes. “Our RV has a queen bed, but it is short size; we can do that for people,” said Chris. Helping a customer select the right mattress in order to get the best night’s rest possible is clearly the goal at Fallbrook Mattress and they are happy to provide a wealth

of information and guidance in the process. “Our staff helps customers conduct a number of tests on various mattresses in the store; the old process of sitting on the edge of a mattress isn’t the way to do it,” said Chris. “Our staff is specially trained and very knowledgeable in helping someone make the best choice for their physical needs.” But, Ed and Chris both said store employees do not put pressure on a customer to purchase. “We don’t pressure people,” Ed said. “In all six of our stores, our policy is that if someone pressures a customer, they’re gone.” “Our folks know when to back off; we don’t want people to ever feel uncomfortable,” Chris added. In addition to mattresses, the store also offers 10 to 12 different types of pillows and advises customers on those as well. Mattress and pillow protection choices are available as well. “We offer discounts for seniors and the military as well as a delivery service, financing, and lay-away,” said Chris. Visitors can expect to see some examples of Ashley furniture in the store as well as binders with all the items offered by the company. “Fallbrook residents can also order their Ashley furniture through this store and keep the tax base in this town,” Chris said. “Our 50,000 square-foot Murrieta store has a full showroom of all products if they want to go browse.” With good, old-fashioned customer service, it’s no surprise Fallbrook Mattress has already started getting a good number of word-of-mouth referrals. “Customers come in all the time and say a family member or friend referred them,” Chris said. Open Monday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Fallbrook Mattress is located next to the Mission Theatre at 205 N. Main Ave. Call (760) 723-0300 for more information. To comment on this story online, visit


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the Camp Pendleton desalination facility would range from 77 to 232 cubic feet per second (cfs). The Carlsbad desalination project is expected to be serving the CWA area by 2016, and that pipeline system will relieve demand on the CWA’s Twin Oaks Treatment Plant and allow for a redistribution of water from Twin Oaks through the Valley Center Pipeline, thus reducing the amount of treated water needed from MWD. “During an emergency we can deliver water from the Twin Oaks Valley plant to Fallbrook and Rainbow,” Weinberg said. “It’s kind of the last piece of the Emergency Storage Project.” Regardless of whether Pipeline 6, the Colorado River conveyance facility, or the Camp Pendleton desalination plant is built, the CWA’s planned infrastructure includes the North County Emergency Storage Program (ESP) pump station. “That’s really a high-priority project for us,” Weinberg said. “ We ’ r e g o i n g t o f o c u s o n completing the Emergency Storage Project by addressing some of the issues of untreated water capacity constraints.” The CWA’s plans also include switching Pipeline 3 to treated water and Pipeline 4 to untreated water, which would add 200 cfs to the CWA’s untreated water conveyance capacity. That will cause a relocation of the planned North County ESP pump station, which was to have been sited at Red Mountain. “That will be the first thing for us to look at,” Weinberg said of the Pipeline 3/4 switch. “Now that the master plan is approved that’s how we’ll deal with the untreated water capacity constraint.” The actual conversion of Pipelines 3 and 4 will likely occur during the 2020-2025 timeframe. “The pump station will go in before then,” Weinberg said. “We want to get that pump station in service by 2017,” Weinberg said. “We’ve already done some studies, identified some preliminary sites.” The Pipeline 3/4 conversion will delay the need for the construction of Pipeline 6. “We’re looking at Pipeline 3 and 4 as the way to increase untreated capacity,” Weinberg said. The Pipeline 6 extension, the Camp Pendleton desalination plant, and the Colorado River conveyance system all have completion timelines beyond 2035. The selection of one of those options is expected to render the other two unnecessary. The master plan will also study hydroelectric energy generation opportunities. Fifteen potential hydroelectric generation locations were identified, including the pipeline segments at the northernmost portion of the San Diego Aqueduct. Weinberg notes that existing CWA storage, treatment, and conveyance facilities have allowed San Diego County to cope with this year’s drought better than most of California. “We’ve really benefited from the investments that we’ve made,” he said. “We’re able to weather this a little bit better, and I think this master plan will keep us moving in that direction.”


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Entertainment Fallbrook Woman’s Club presents fifth annual mystery play FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Woman’s Club will present “The Decadent Housewives of Hysteria Lane,” starring the Carriage Players. The most perfect housewife living on Hysteria Lane has been found dead! Was it murder, suicide, or an accident? Her ghost has revenge in mind. This lunch and a mystery will be presented on Saturday, May 3 at 1 p.m. at the Fallbrook Woman’s Club, 238 W. Mission Road. Tickets are $23 and may be obtained by calling Shirley Ledda at (760) 728-8234, or send check to P.O. Box 208, Fallbrook, CA 92088. All programs support t h e w o m a n ’s c l u b s ’ philanthropic and scholarship funds. Courtesy photo Reservations due by April Performing in the Fallbrook Woman’s Club presentation of “The Decadent Housewives of Hysteria Lane” are, from left, Helga Rosser as Abby, Sandy Becker as Sue Ann, Karen Feyler as Gladys Kravitz, Lee Johnson as Ruthie, Ayn Bryant as Jeannette, Debbie Zumwalt as 26.

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It’s time to apply third application of fertilizer to roses for new season Frank Brines Consulting Rosarian Special to the Village News Those lucky rosarians who were fortunate enough to get their roses pruned by mid-February are probably enjoying (or about to see) their first blooms. Continue fertilizing – hopefully ready for the third – application – organic I trust. As I always say, organics are much better for the soil and ultimately the garden and environment. The

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Buckley named Rainbow’s new General Manager Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent Gene Buckley was selected as the new general manager of the Rainbow Municipal Water District. The Rainbow board’s 5-0 vote March 25 named Buckley as the district’s general manager. “He’ll do an excellent job,” said Rainbow board president George McManigle. B u c k l e y, w h o j o i n e d t h e Rainbow Municipal Water District staff in February 2004, had been Rainbow’s assistant general manager and chief finance officer. He served as interim general manager prior to the 2007 hiring of Dave Seymour. Buckley had been the district’s finance director prior to the hiring of Seymour, who served as Rainbow’s general manager from September 2007 until his retirement in April 2013. The North County Joint Powers Authority consisting of Rainbow and the Fallbrook Public Utility District was formed in February 2013, and FPUD general manager Brian Brady was named as the North County JPA executive officer. When Seymour retired, Brady was also named as Rainbow’s general manager. The reorganization associated with Brady’s hiring changed Buckley’s title from chief financial officer to assistant general manager, and


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resigned as Rainbow’s general manager without a vote. Buckley became Rainbow’s acting general manager upon Brady’s resignation. Buckley’s selection is as the district’s general manager rather than as the interim general manager, although his 10 years at the district make him eligible for

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FPUD grants quitclaim of DeLuz easement and facilities Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent Fallbrook Public Utility District granted a quitclaim of an easement on a DeLuz property along with pipelines, a pump station, and a tank within the easement. FPUD’s board voted 4-1 March 24, with Archie McPhee opposed, to declare the Arterberry tank, pump station, and associated pipeline and easement as surplus and to quitclaim the easement to W.R.A. Survivors Trust, which is the formal owner of the property known as ACW Farms. “There was no salvage value to the tank or piping. They just

quitclaimed the easement and the equipment to the ranch,” said FPUD general manager Brian Brady. In 1990, the DeLuz Heights Municipal Water District merged with FPUD, which thus inherited the Arterberry tank and pump station. “Even at that time they were inoperable assets,” Brady said. The tank and pump were not being used at the time of the merger, nor have they been used since. The tank, pump, and pipeline have not been maintained and are in disrepair. “Engineering looked at the condition and the need for these particular facilities and

found that they were obsolete,” Brady said. FPUD assistant general manager Jack Bebee determined that FPUD had no future need for the facilities. ACW Farms itself does not need the facilities for its water service. ACW Farms offered to pay the $6,000 cost to process the quitclaim, which conveys the facilities as well as the easement to W.R.A. Survivors Trust. “The district determined that it would cost more money to try to remove the facilities than any potential salvage value,” Brady said. To comment on this story online, visit

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Motor Quality, efficiency paramount at Ray’s Insta-Tune

Ray’s Insta-Tune staff includes owner Joon Cho, center, and mechanics Jose Lopez, left and Jeremy Carpenter, right. Laura Taylor Special to the Village News Ray’s Insta-Tune has maintained a reputation of quality and efficiency throughout the 16 years that owner Joon Cho has operated the establishment. The business has been in Fallbrook 32 years. Services offered at Ray’s InstaTune include air-conditioning, brakes, cooling, drive train,

electronic, engine, preventative maintenance, smog testing and certification, steering and suspension, and transmission. It is also a brake and lamp certified station. Well-trained, experienced professionals assist customers at Ray’s Insta-Tune in a friendly manner. For convenience, the waiting room has Wi-Fi and there is a courtesy shuttle available.

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Ray’s Insta-Tune is located at 212 E. Alvarado St. in Fallbrook. Cho has been in the automotive industry since 1978 and, prior to that, served in the United States Army for three years. When asked about the success of Ray’s InstaTune, Cho said that his “drivethrough oil change” approach provides the customer with a convenient and time-saving service. Because of the prompt attention, no appointments are necessary. Knowing it is in his customers’ best interest, Cho uses only premium oil brands. One of those is Pennzoil, which includes a

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Volvo. No matter what service a customer purchases at Ray’s InstaTune, a complimentary car wash is included, at Fallbrook Car Wash, located just across the street. Currently a special discount on synthetic blend oils is offered a t R a y ’s Insta-Tune. Hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Visit 212 E. Alvarado Street, Fallbrook, or call (760) 728-8659. To comment on this story online, visit

“Drive-through oil change” a specialty at this business year limited warranty,” said Cho. For new Chevrolet and GM cars, he uses the newest formula GM Dexos1 oil. For diesel engines, Cho uses Shell Rotella heavy-duty engine oil. Ray’s Insta-Tune services all types of vehicles, from Acura to

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Beach House Winery A first for Fallbrook’s Sleeping Indian

Beach House Winery offers a wide variety of wines to choose from. Laura Taylor Special to the Village News

sangiovese grape vineyard in North County, and is able to contribute information about subjects like the importance of good root stock, or which varietals do well in certain regions. For example, the environment found in coastal North County San Diego is very similar to the Napa region of California, so grapes that are very successful in that area are most likely going to thrive in this microclimate. “We bought a zinfandel out of Campo which ended up being a much better grape than the one

With one of the most spectacular arrays of panoramic vistas, Beach House Winery is the first vineyard to be established in the San Luis Rey Valley, or as the owners George and Kim Murray call it, “Vigna Al Mare.” Located on the ridgeline of Sleeping Indian in the South Morro Hills neighborhood which borders Bonsall, Fallbrook and Oceanside, Beach House Winery resides amongst its thriving vineyard of sangiovese, merlot, cabernet franc and malbec grapes. The Murrays began their passion of winemaking as a hobby in 1998, and after completing formal education in viticulture and enology from UC Davis, are reaping the success of their endeavors while continuing to further their knowledge in the art of winemaking. They established the winery in 2005, and in 2010 it became a commercial winery. “We always knew that we wanted to have our own winery and plant our own grapes and make estate wine,” Kim said. Managing other vineyards has enabled the winery to grow even more quickly. The old avocado grove which used to flourish on the property is George and Kim Murray of Beach House Winery. now occupied by prospering vines. While most of the wine that Beach House produces we purchased out of Lodi the year before,” George currently is made from other vineyard’s grapes, the explained, emphasizing the need to keep informed second harvest is expected to more than double the on what other vineyards are doing and continually previous three-ton harvest, due to the success of the updating his business with the latest wine industry maturing vines. news. Over 30 years of combined involvement in the field Kim serves as the events chairperson for the San has enabled this husband and wife team to approach Diego County Vintners Association, and has a lot of the business from different angles. More and more, experience with marketing the winery through fairs George notices people asking him for advice about and local events. The winery participates in special starting their own vineyard after seeing the success events regularly. that Beach House has enjoyed. George emphasized the importance of introducing He recently provided consulting services for a their wines at these events. “People like to talk to the

Beach House Winery is located at 1534 Sleeping Indian Road, Oceanside.

Shane Gibson photos actual winegrower and winemaker,” he said. The Murrays are proud to have earned multiple gold, silver, and bronze awards for several of their wines, and recently won Best of California’s North Coast Appellation with their 2010 Mélange which is a cabernet sauvignon and merlot blend. For their 2011 Merlot, they won a gold medal and the prestigious title of Best Merlot, and a silver medal for their 2010 California Sunset CSM (cabernet sauvignon, syrah and merlot blend). They won a bronze medal for their 2011 Grenache at the (third annual) 2014 San Diego County Fair ‘Toast of the Coast’ Commercial Wine Competition. “It was a very challenging event, because the number of entries more than doubled from the previous year,” Kim noted. When entering the beautifullydesigned tasting room at Beach House Winery, one immediately notices a well-organized inventory of approximately 80 barrels, which are in constant rotation. George explained, “In order to produce 3,500 cases each year, we use about 30 tons of grapes. This past year, approximately 50 percent of the grapes that we used were from San Diego County.” As to what Beach House Winery has in progress, George said, “We have the new wine in tanks, ready to be barreled once the previous bin is finished. Currently 2011 is ready to be bottled, and then 2012, and 2013 will follow.” Beach House offers a wide variety of single varietals including Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Late Harvest Merlot, Merlot, and Viognier, as well as more complex blends which consist of two or more varietals. Locally, Beach House wines are available at Bonsall Fine Wine & Spirits, Red & White Market in Oceanside, and Major Market in Escondido. The winery is open Saturday and Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. and appointments can be arranged for a tour of the vineyard and winery, or an event. Beach House Winery is located at 1534 Sleeping Indian Road, Oceanside, Calif. 92057. For more information, visit or call (760) 732-3236. To comment on this story online, visit www.

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into overtime,” Trejo said. The Warriors were given a penalty kick opportunity in the final five minutes. The shot was taken by Savannah McInerny. “She placed it in the corner, but their goalie guessed it and had a block,” Trejo said. The Warriors continued their threat until the final whistle. “It was just a little bit of everything in the last ten minutes,” Trejo said. The Warriors only had two seniors, Claudia Hernandez and Maurissa Murphy, so most of Fallbrook’s team is expected to return. The Warriors have also been moved into the Valley League for 2014-15. “Next year should be a lot better season,” Trejo said. To comment on this story online, visit Pala Mesa Women’s Golf March 20, 2014 First flight First low gross Judy Turco First low net Iris Delaney Second low gross Kathy Wright Second low net Pat Gallagher

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Fallbrook also lost to Division II playoff participant El Capitan by a one-goal margin in the Barons Tournament. The Warriors opened the 2013-14 season with a onegoal loss to Valley Center, which had the fifth seed in the Division III playoffs. Fallbrook’s lone draw in league play took place Jan. 29 at El Camino. “We were able to manage a tie against El Camino,” Trejo said. The Warriors also tied Mt. Carmel at home Jan. 15. “Those ties really helped us out in getting into the playoffs,” Trejo said. Fallbrook was given the tenth seed in the CIF playoffs and a first-round game Feb. 25 at Pacific Ridge. The Firebirds had accounted for two of Fallbrook’s three wins. In a Dec. 9 Barons Tournament game at Pacific Ridge,




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the Warriors overcame a 3-2 halftime deficit for a 4-3 victory. Fallbrook hosted the Firebirds on Dec. 20 and prevailed by a 3-1 score. (Fallbrook’s other win was by a 2-1 margin Jan. 17 at Orange Glen.) “It might have been that we were too confident going into that game,” Trejo said of the playoff match. “Home field advantage kicked in,” Trejo said. “We knew it was going to be tough game.” The Firebirds took a 1-0 lead in the game’s first five minutes, but Fallbrook freshman Yuliana Sanchez scored the equalizer two minutes later. Midway in the first half Fallbrook defender Jenna Murphy was tackled and fell on her hand. The eventual diagnosis was a broken hand, and Murphy was out for the rest of the game. “That was a huge loss for us,” Trejo said. Pacific Ridge scored the winning goal midway in the second half. “They had a breakaway and they just placed it in the corner,” Trejo said. The Firebirds later had a penalty kick, which was kicked over the crossbar. “We were still in the game to at least tie it up and go



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Fallbrook High School’s girls soccer team reached the CIF Division III playoffs. “We haven’t been there in six years and it was just a huge accomplishment overall,” said Fallbrook coach Miguel Trejo. The Warriors last reached the post-season in 2007-08, when Fallbrook received the fourth seed in the Division I playoffs and had a first-round bye. The 2007-08 Warriors won their quarterfinal home game against Granite Hills before losing the semifinal match at Torrey Pines. The 2007-08 season also gave Fallbrook its most recent league championship; the Warriors posted an 8-1-1 record in Avocado League play. The 2003-14 Warriors had an Avocado West League record of 0-9-1 and an overall regularseason figure of 3-15-4. “Overall it was a nail-biting season,” Trejo said. “A lot of those games we lost by one goal were against Division I, Division II teams,” Trejo said. “My girls stepped it up a lot.” Fallbrook’s two league losses

to Vista were both by 1-0 scores. The Panthers, who finished fifth in the league standings and were in Division I for playoff purposes, were the only Avocado West League team not to participate in the post-season. “Basically we have the toughest league out of all of San Diego,” Trejo said. “We just had a really tough division.” Carlsbad was the league champion and the second seed in the CIF Open Division playoffs. The Lancers reached the playoff


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Warrior boys reach basketball playoffs, double 2012-13 win total Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent Fallbrook High School’s boys basketball team reached the CIF Division II playoffs while doubling the Warriors’ 2012-13 win total. “Doubling our wins from last year was great, and we had a couple slip through our fingers,” said Fallbrook coach John Kroeger. The 2012-13 Warriors finished the season with an overall record of 6-21, including 1-9 during Avocado West League competition. The 2013-14 team had an overall record of 13-15, including a first-round playoff Pala Mesa Women’s Golf March 27 First flight First low gross Iris Delaney First low net Phyllis Molloff Second low gross Lori Hurst Second low net Sandra Houston

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loss, while finishing 2-8 in league play to place fifth in the six-team standings. “When you play in probably the most difficult league in the county you’ve got to get a lot of your wins prior to that,” Kroeger said. The Avocado West League championship was won by El Camino, which earned the second seed in the CIF Open Division Playoffs and reached the semifinals before losing to third seed and Avocado West League member La Costa Canyon. La Costa Canyon lost in the Open Division finals to top seed St. Augustine, which opened the playoffs with a win over fourth-place Avocado West League finisher Vista. Carlsbad was the eighth seed in the Division I playoffs. Rancho Buena Vista, which was in Division II for playoff purposes, was the only Avocado West League team which wasn’t given a post-season berth. “It shows how tough our league is,” Kroeger said. “There’s no gimmes in that league.” The Warriors split their matches against Rancho Buena Vista and against Vista. Fallbrook’s loss to Vista was by a 43-42 margin on the Panthers’ court. The Warriors actually started the season with an 11-5 record, and the team’s final game prior to league play was a

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71-52 loss to eventual Division IV champion Orange Glen. “There wasn’t a team we lost to that wasn’t a good team,” Kroeger said. Fallbrook was given the 11th seed in the CIF Division II playoffs and a first-round game Feb. 26 at sixth-seeded Santa Fe Christian. “We thought it was a pretty fair seed overall, all things considered,” Kroeger said. “We brought a good crowd down to Santa Fe Christian. We had a great game plan in place.” The Eagles won the game by a 62-60 score after outscoring the Warriors in the overtime period. “It was back and forth the entire night,” Kroeger said. Fallbrook had a 25-21 halftime lead and a 36-35 advantage after three quarters. The Warriors also had a four-point lead during the overtime period before the Eagles overcame that deficit and took their own lead. “It very easily could have been a win for us,” Kroeger said. “They just made more clutch plays than we did.” The Warriors will lose five seniors from the 2013-14 team including starter Ben Huff and sixth man Hayden Haldi. To comment on this story online, visit

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Fallbrook girls win Fullerton Youth Rugby International Tournament Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent Fallbrook High School’s girls rugby team won the Fullerton Youth Rugby International Tournament which was played March 22-23 on the field across from Ladera Vista Junior High School. “We were excited as a group to have achieved what we did,” said Fallbrook co-coach Craig Pinnell. The 2014 Fullerton tournament was the 10th annual tournament with girls squads and the sixth Fallbrook has entered. It was also the fifth consecutive Fullerton Youth Rugby International Tournament the Fallbrook girls won. “It was nice to keep the cup,” Pinnell said. “We didn’t have any injuries, so we were happy.” The Warriors had four pool play matches March 22. International youth rugby rules limit under-18 teams to 90 minutes per day, so each of the four matches consisted of 11-minute halves or 22-minute games. F a l l b r o o k ’s e m p h a s i s o n endurance gives the Warriors an advantage in full-length games. “We have a pretty high athletic ability,” Pinnell said. “That’s the way we can overcome those teams.” The Warriors were still able to dominate the shorter matches.

Fallbrook opened the tournament with a 60-0 win against Desert Sands, which is in the Palm Springs area. The Warriors then defeated Cold Lake (Alberta) by a 55-0 score. Fallbrook’s next pool play contest was a 26-0 victory over Pleasanton, which is in Alameda County. Fallbrook and Pleasanton had not faced each other prior to pool play in the tournament. “They were similar to us, our style of play,” Pinnell said. Fallbrook concluded pool competition with a 37-0 triumph over Back Bay, whose home field is in Newport Beach. “We haven’t played them this year in our league,” Pinnell said. “I think the main thing is that we were able to play different teams,” Pinnell said. The large leads also allowed Pinnell to give his reserves some game experience. “We put in all our subs pretty much,” he said. Teams were allowed to bring 26 players to the tournament. Each side is allowed 15 players on the field at a time, so Pinnell couldn’t substitute all of his starters although the reserves played most if not all of the second half of the pool games. “What was good about that is that most of the reason we go to this tournament is to try to build our depth,” Pinnell said. “From

Fallbrook’s Jenny Smidt looks for space with Breil Bonaguro and Alyssa Faust in support against Courtesy photos Desert Sands during the Fullerton Youth Rugby International Tournament. that point of view it was satisfying that we could get our subs in early.” Another reason Pinnell likes the tournament is to assess his new, on an annual basis, squad. “It’s always new because you have new players coming through,” Pinnell said. “Every season we lose seniors and rebuild and it’s always hard to judge where you actually are.”

Playing multiple games in a day also has its advantage for a Fallbrook team which has not only qualified for the under-19 national championship tournament in each of the past three years but has also won those national championships and also has a runner-up finish in the national tournament. “It’s sort of a lead-up and a dummy run to nationals,” Pinnell said. The semifinals and final March 23 utilized 15-minute halves, or 30-minute games. Fallbrook and Fullerton faced off in one of the semifinal matches. “That was a tougher game. We had played Fullerton the week before in our league,” Pinnell said. The March 15 Southern California Youth Rugby League game at Fallbrook High School ended with the Warriors on the preferred end of the 75-5 score. That game consisted of 35-minute halves. “That was why it was good to play them away,” Pinnell said. The Fullerton squad normally

plays their home games at a different junior high school. In the tournament semifinal, Fallbrook had a 12-0 halftime lead against Fullerton. “They came at us,” Pinnell said. “It was a pretty good game.” The final score was 36-0. Fallbrook’s backs scored all six tries. “It was nice to see them kick in,” Pinnell said. “They were on fire in that game.” Pleasanton also won its semifinal match, setting up a final between Fallbrook and Pleasanton. Fallbrook led Pleasanton by a 7-0 score at halftime. “It was another bit of a grind in the first half,” Pinnell said. The Warriors concluded their tournament championship with a 19-0 victory over Pleasanton. “We were able to do what we practiced, and I think all in all it was a good weekend,” Pinnell said. To comment on this story online, visit

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“She knows how to play the game.” Murphy is a junior and was a middle defender during the 201314 season. “Extremely aggressive. She’s not afraid of any challenge,” Trejo said. “Jenna’s always looking for areas of improvement.” Durbin is a freshman, giving the Warriors all-league players in three different grades. “That’s another part of the system we have,” Trejo said. “She was one of those young mature freshman who don’t come often,” Trejo said of Durbin. “Extremely reliable in the back.” Trejo noted that Durbin is also a small player. “She wasn’t afraid of contact,” Trejo said. “She would always be listening to any little piece of advice,” Trejo said of Durbin. Durbin is also a defender, meaning that three of Fallbrook’s four defenders earned all-league status. “Last year we lost a good two or three defenders,” Trejo said. “The girls were willing to learn and make that transition.” Murphy played both forward and defender during the 2012-13 season. Trejo also noted that none of his all-league players are seniors. “They’re going to be core girls who will help out immensely next season,” he said.

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“It’s a huge accomplishment,” Fallbrook coach Miguel Trejo said of five of his players receiving allleague status. “All the girls were willing to work for it as a team.” Urbina is a sophomore midfielder. “She’s small in size, but she just has a strong passion for the game. She always finds a way to play smart soccer,” Trejo said. Urbina’s lack of height may prevent her from taking possession of balls in the air, but other teams have not been able to take advantage of her shortness. “She makes up for it with skill,” Trejo said. “She’s always looking for areas of improvement, she’s always asking questions on how to do certain plays,” Trejo said of Urbina. “She wants to mature and grow as an individual and as a soccer player.” Rojas, a middle defender, is also a sophomore. “She’s smart. She likes to talk on the field,” Trejo said. “She always knows that to do with the ball.” McInerny is a junior who played center midfielder. “She’s a very mature captain who always finds ways to keep the team in the game,” Trejo said. “She always tries to control the game, control the tempo of the game,” Trejo said of McInerny.

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Planning Commission to consider Campus Park West tomorrow Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent Unless there is a continuance, tomorrow’s meeting of the county’s Planning Commission will include a hearing on the proposed Campus Park West development. Because the San Diego County Board of Supervisors must approve any general plan amendment, specific plan amendment, or rezone the Planning Commission’s action will only be a recommendation. The Planning Commission has the authority to approve a tentative

map, although that can be appealed to the Board of Supervisors, but if a tentative map also involves any action requiring Board of Supervisors approval the Planning Commission’s action on that is also a recommendation only. The tentative map would subdivide what are now five legal lots on 116.5 acres into 23 commercial and industrial lots. Campus Park West would consist, at least legally on the subdivision map documents, of 283 dwelling units, up to 513,000 square feet of commercial use, 120,000 square feet of limited industrial use,

and approximately 31 acres of open space. The general plan amendment to be considered by the Planning Commission and ultimately by the Board of Supervisors would add the regional category of Village south of State Route 76, change an existing Specific Plan land use designation to General Commercial, replace the existing General Commercial designation with Limited Impact Industrial on approximately nine acres, amend the existing Residential Land Use designation from Village

Residential 7.3 (units per acre) to Village Residential 20, replace an existing Specific Plan designation to RL-40 (one dwelling unit per 40 acres), and amend the Fallbrook Community Plan to incorporate those changes and to change certain road classifications within the Mobility Element. The specific plan amendment would revise

the previously-approved specific plan to reflect the new proposed land use mix while the rezone would change the S90 (Holding Area) land to S88 (Specific Plan) and amend various development designators. To comment on this story online, visit

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Taking part in a donation presentation are, from left, Denise Courtesy photo Tate, board member/volunteer, St. John’s Episcopal Church Thrift Shop; Rueben Mendoza, student at Ivy High School and Palomar Community College; Jesse Lopez, student at Ivy High School and Palomar Community College; Jackie Thurston, volunteer, St. John’s Thrift Shop; Cesar Reyes, student at Ivy High School and Palomar Community College, Sherry Ludwig, trustee, Fallbrook Union High School and professor, Palomar Community College; not pictured Dunia Perez, student at Ivy High School and Palomar Community College. FA L L B R O O K – I n t h e community spirit here in Fallbrook that fosters partnering with local agencies, St. John’s Episcopal Church Thrift Shop approved funds to assist Ivy High students, while still in high school, to attend Palomar College for advanced studies in various curricular areas. The funds will be used to purchase textbooks to be used in the Palomar College class. These

student were selected based on scholastic ability and need. St. John’s always seeks to assist worthy community endeavors. The thrift shop is located at 1075 S. Mission Rd. Suite G. They are open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday. Donations of household goods and clothing are always welcome. They may be reached at (760) 723-9520.  

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Juan Carlos Guerrero and Band Armado perform for families attending the PIQE graduation at Frazier School.

and preparing students for college. The graduation ceremony was a true celebration of collaboration between the parents and school, complete with a potluck dinner and entertainment by the band Armado. Before graduation parents were asking for a continuation of the institute, which Frazier

is happy to provide. In the fall, PIQE will be offered to new parents and continuing parents at William H. Frazier with the goal of further improving the relationship between the home and school. “At Frazier we expect our students to work hard, do their best, and demonstrate leadership qualities,” said Principal Joe

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BUSD approves modular buildings for Bonsall West Elementary School Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent The Bonsall Unified School District took advantage of a Central California school district’s contract to lease modular classroom buildings, and the Bonsall district will have five of those buildings installed at Bonsall West Elementary School. A 4-0 BUSD board vote March 13, with Sylvia Tucker opposed, approved the lease of the classroom buildings which will be part of the contract between Class Leasing, LLC, and the Chawanakee Unified School District in Madera County. “We need room there,” said BUSD Superintendent Justin Cunningham. “We do want to

make sure that we have the highest performing school we can have, and our overcrowding doesn’t lend itself to that.” The school has experienced crowding due to enrollment growth in the past two to three years. “Our resource teachers don’t even have their own classroom,” Cunningham said. The Chawanakee Unified School District has contracted with Class Leasing, LLC, to lease modular buildings, and the bid included a “piggyback” clause which allowed other school districts to use the same terms and conditions of the contract. The Bonsall Union School District board was scheduled to approve the lease and installation authorization for five

portable buildings in April 2013, but a recent Department of School Architecture change required DSA purchasing procedure approval rather than over-thecounter sales authorization and that state approval increased the cost. The school district instead opted to prioritize requests for inter-district transfers to Bonsall West Elementary School. “ We p r o b a b l y w o n ’ t b e accepting as many inter-district transfers,” Cunningham said. The school district is still required to serve students residing within the district boundaries. “Growth is continuing to be an issue in the Bonsall schools,” Cunningham said. “There will be more homes built in that area.” The $49,560 one-time delivery cost is unchanged from the planned 2013 amount. A discount for multiple buildings reduces the BUSD annual rental expenditure from the 2013 figure of $3,520 per unit to $3,220 per unit, which equates to $16,100 annually for all five buildings. The Bonsall district also estimates $261,000 of one-time construction, design, and DSA processing costs. Class Leasing, LLC, which is based in Perris, will provide DSA drawings to the architect for DSA submittal, although the school district is responsible for submittal to DSA and for the final site and building approval. The district’s deferred maintenance fund will provide the money for the one-time costs. The work at Bonsall West Elementary School is not related to the transition of the Bonsall school district from a K-8 elementary school district to a K-12 unified district, although the Bonsall Union School District will cease to be an entity as of July 1, 2014. The current contract will be with the Bonsall Unified School District, which was created as a transitional board and has the same board members as the Bonsall Union School District. To comment on this story online, visit

Local students named to Deans’ List at Azusa Pacific University AZUSA – Several local residents made the academic Deans’ List at Azusa Pacific University. These students are honored for a fall 2013 grade-point average of 3.5 or better. Earning the honor are Rebecca Allen and Jasmine Seider of Fallbrook and Makena Nixon of Bonsall. Azusa Pacific University is an evangelical Christian university.

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To be chosen for the recognition, students must stand out among their peers, have outstanding achievements in academics and community volunteerism. Addressing the four honored students, FUHSD superintendent Dale Mitchell, Ed.D., noted, “We have reason for hope and optimism for the future from what you have done so far.” N a t a l i y a Ya m k o v a w a s nominated for the student of the month honor by Oasis High teacher Bennielyn Verrett. “Nataliya transferred (to Oasis) needing to concentrate and turn things around,” Verrett said. Over the last two years, “Nataliya’s attitude really changed; now her academics are right up there with tennis which allowed her to meet one of her goals – to qualify for a four year scholarship,” Verrett explained. Yamkova, who immigrated with her mother from Ukraine when she was young, has played tennis for Fallbrook High for three years. She helped the team win the Avo League Championship in 2011, has won three tournaments, and is #3 in California satellite rankings. She volunteers as a tennis teacher, makes Ukranian cookies at Christmas to take to homeless shelters and is collecting clothes for a Ukrainian orphanage as well as tennis racquets which she wants to deliver herself. She was described as respectful, driven and happy. Yamkova will attend Palomar College for a year before going to a university. After thanking Verrett and everyone at Oasis, she said, “I want to play tennis [in college] and pursue nursing to help everyone.” Hailey Drew was selected for the student of the month honor based on the recommendation of Fallbrook High coaches Anthony Morrow and Dan Bachman. Bachman said that Drew, a second generation Fallbrook student, has played on the varsity basketball team since halfway through her freshman season, was second league in basketball, and all league in softball, the sport in which she has received a college scholarship. He also talked about Drew’s leadership ability, “She leads through example and verbal acumen to command respect; it comes naturally for her on and off the court.” Morrow pointed out Drew’s accomplishments off the field. She has volunteered many hours at the Angel Society, is a leader of Fallbrook Warrior Fellowship, “steps up when something is not right and says something, can always be counted on to be there and represents everything about Fallbrook students that we want people to know, hard work, dedication, caring, and academics.” Drew thanked her teachers/ coaches and parents and said she is going to McNeese State University in Louisiana “to major in criminal justice and go into military or federal law enforcement.” Ben Huff was honored as a student of the month after being nominated by coach John Kroger. “Unlike the stereotypical teenager, Ben breaks the mold across the board,” Kroger said. He arrives 30 minutes early for practice, Kroger said, and is the last kid to leave. Described as a go-getter, he volunteered to help the JV team after varsity practice. “He gave up his summer to play basketball and help the JV team; he is selfless – broke the record to take the most charges for the team.” Because of that, Kroger said he has had two concussions, one trip to the hospital, and numerous trips

to the doctor. Huff was described as hardworking, with passion and work ethic. A three year letterman in basketball, he was given the Warrior Award at the team’s banquet, was named honorable mention in league and was just named to the North County AllStar team. Huff thanked his coach “for inspiring me;” his parents, “my biggest supporters;” and his uncle, “my best friend.” He said he is going to Arizona State University to major in kinesiology with plans to become a physical therapist. Brittney Zelasco was honored as a student of the month based on the recommendation of teacher Sharon Griener. “It was an honor for me to nominate Brittney for student of the month,” said Greiner who has had Zelasco in her ASL (American Sign Language) class for three years. Because of her skills and abilities, Zelasco was moved up to fourth-year ASL. Besides signing for Greiner at open houses, Zelasco has participated in floral design, yearbook, ASB, and Link crew; started the FHS recycle program, is the current pep commissioner and a Girl Scout besides volunteering at REINS, the Oceanside Animal Shelter, nursing homes and with North Coast Church’s program for fifth/sixth graders. She also plays softball and volleyball. Zelasco was described as having spiritual strength and tenacity, being caring, able, and determined. Like the other students, she thanked the student of the month committee and said she was “super honored” to be there and congratulated the other honorees. After being accepted to several universities, she has chosen to attend Azusa Pacific “to major in communications and psychology to become a speech pathologist or ASL interpreter.” The first awards were presented by Karl Fekete of American Legion Post 365, who gave each student 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 To comment on this story online, visit

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Maud “Mickie” Gilchrist, age 101, passed away peacefully in her sleep. She was born in Mexia, Texas weighing only 2.5 lbs. at birth. Survival of such tiny infants would have been rare in

those days. In 1929 at age 16, she married 19-year-old Hassel Norman. Leaving Texas, they settled in Fallbrook, Calif. in 1931, where she continued living for 37 years. She and her husband divorced. Later, she married S.W. Clark. When that marriage ended, she met and married Charles Gilchrist. That union lasted until his passing in 2000. They enjoyed 44 wonderful years together, spending 28 of those years in Sun City, Calif. Mickie’s resume would have been an interesting read… worked at Fallbrook Packing House in 1937 packing lemons; became a U.S. postal employee; sold cosmetics and perfumes; and then sold life insurance. In later years, she studied cosmetology and became a

manicurist. When most people her age were retired and relaxing, she was caring for the “elderly” folks in Sun City, doing manicures and pedicures. She loved being around people of all ages. Helping others was what she most enjoyed in life. She was preceded in death by her husband, Charles D. Gilchrist and beloved grandson, Chris Norman. She is survived by her son, Gene Norman and her daughter, Rose Marie Snyder; six grandchildren; and 10 great – grandchildren. She also loved her family of stepchildren and step – grandchildren. Known as “Grammie” to most of us, she was an energetic, beautiful lady who loved people and loved life. May the sound of her laughter remain forever in our hearts.

Sally Jean Gutierrez, 53, of Fallbrook, passed away on March 31, 2014. Born in Eagle Pass, Texas on April 10, 1960, she graduated from Eagle Pass High School. She met her husband, Hector Gutierrez, on December 13, 1974, and married

on January 12, 1980. Sally is survived by her husband of 34 years, Hector Gutierrez of Fallbrook; her son Christian Gabriel Gutierrez of Fallbrook; her brother Rudy; sisters Bridget and Yolanda; her mother Toni Sanchez;

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expand services to the county’s veteran population and to report back to the supervisors within 120 days. Some incorporated cities contract with the County of San Diego for library services, so the County Library system includes branches in cities as well as unincorporated communities. In January 2014, a veterans services program at the El Cajon branch was initiated. “It’s a pilot,” said County Library director Jose Aponte. “I think that was an important addition to the libraries,” Horn said. Hildie Kraus, branch director at the El Cajon County Library, is pleased with the program. “We are very happy to host the veterans service office at the El Cajon Library. There are many veterans and active-duty military in our area,” she said. “I personally recommended two individuals to the service, both Navy veterans in their 90s. They were very grateful to have this resource accessible to them,” Kraus said. “We are very happy to include veterans in the services we provide to honor the sacrifices military personnel have made. I feel very, very strongly about this.” Juan Rangel is the trained veterans service officer manning the El Cajon Library office for two half-days monthly. Aponte expects programs at the Julian, Pine Valley, and Ramona libraries to be implemented within the next year. “The particulars are really with the service providers,” he said. Aponte explained that the availability of volunteers would determine the branches selected for the program’s future expansion. “I’m excited about the collaboration,” Aponte said noting that information and education are objectives of the library system. “It’s a good partner,” he said. Aponte cited an English and citizenship program as a past example of the development of a program utilizing County Library branches. “These initiatives start and in five, seven, eight years they become institutional,” he said. Aponte noted the importance of volunteers in implementing County Library programs. “We only have 270 people working in 33 libraries and two bookmobiles, but we have in excess of a thousand volunteers,” he said. To comment on this story online, visit

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Dining The Battle of the Fried Avos and the War of the Guacs? Nathalie Taylor Special to the Village News

their establishments and offering avocado-based dishes. A wonderful thing happens when an avocado is peeled and the green golden fruit inside is exposed. There are so many possibilities, including biting into the fruit then and there. But, the most traditional avocado dish is

The 28th Avocado Festival is celebrating everything “avo” and among the celebrants will be two Fallbrook Mexican restaurants, La Caseta and El Jardín, who will again be welcoming diners to

guacamole. Another avo dish, which has been gaining popularity in the last few years, is the fried avocado. Both restaurants serve guacamole as well as fried avocados – so on festival day, if you are looking for a place to sit down and enjoy some avocado – look no further than La Caseta or El Jardín.


El Jardín Jon Large of El Jardín tells us that one of the flavor secrets to their “Deep Fried Avocado with Sweet Jalapeño Dipping Sauce” is to use locally grown avocados. The avo is then cut into fourths and battered with a special tempura beer batter with “about eight different seasonings.” “The batter is very gently worked over the avocados, then rolled in panko,” he said. The panko crumbs lend a crispy, but not too thick, texture. The avo sections are then deep fried, which slightly changes the consistency of the fruit. “It’s now warm and soft on the inside with a crispy crunch on the outside,” he explained, “The key to this dish is the jalapeño dipping sauce – there

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some lime on the avo, then dip in the dipping sauce and you will get a flavor pop. The avo is soft on the inside, but not mushy. An added surprise is the hint of smoky flavor in the dipping sauce. The flavor of the dipping sauce is more evident because it clings to the panko. E l J a r d í n ’s award-winning “Guacamole” is made with locally grown avocados. It’s blended just right – fairly smooth with small chunks of avo to savor. I detected a slight taste of onion and tomato, but the flavor that surfaces is of slightly spicy avocado. Jon believes if fresh, highquality avocados are used, then the recipe should be simple. The fresh fruit speaks for itself. This time of year Fuerte avos are available, which are very smooth. He also uses Hass avos during other seasons. El Jardín’s guacamole is made in very small batches throughout the day, is never kept overnight, so it is always fresh. Their guac recipe is simple, but Jon defends it, “If you source fresh, you get the good flavors. You can use less ingredients and get bold, unique flavors.” In response to requests, Jon has been experimenting with a spicier, hotter guacamole made with searing serrano chilies and dark chili powder. This new guac is in the tweaking process now and will debut in summer. But, if you are lucky, you might be able to talk Jon into making you a sample batch anyway! El Jardín Mexican Restaurant is located at 1581 South Mission Road in Fallbrook. The telephone number is: (760) 728-4556 or visit

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Festival’s Guacamole Contest and it’s not difficult to understand why. It’s hand-blended in a process that has a delicate balance because, to create the distinct flavor, the avocado mix cannot get too smooth. House seasoning, diced tomatoes, onions, cilantro and a punch of pico de gallo are blended with the ripe avocado. The result is a guac that’s creamy and buttery

The Guacamole at La Caseta is spiced up with pico de gallo. that the lemon slices aren’t sitting on the plate to make it look pretty – no – they serve a purpose. The lemon adds an entirely new level of taste. Squeeze lemon over an avo wedge, then dip it in the ranch dressing and you will see. It intensifies the flavor.

Delos explained, “The acidity and brightness of the lemon cuts through the richness of the avocado, so I always encourage people to squirt lemon on it, then dip it in the ranch dressing.” La Caseta’s “Guacamole Dip” is a three-time winner in the Avocado

with a subtle nutty tone. The pico de gallo lends a bit of zip. “We will sell a huge amount of guac during the festival,” Delos related. But, he will be ready – with 25 cases of avocados! La Caseta Mexican Restaurant is located at 111 N. Vine in Fallbrook. Call them at (760) 728-9737, or visit lacasetafinemexicanfood. com.

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La Caseta “ G o l d e n F r i e d Av o c a d o Wedges,” made with Fallbrook avocados, are smooth, soft, and coated with a light batter. A squeeze of lemon and a bath in La Caseta’s buttermilk-based, housemade ranch is all that is needed for a zesty burst of flavor. La Caseta’s avo wedges have been delighting diners for a long time – about five years. Delos Eyer, proprietor, said that the restaurant will be ready for the Avocado Festival with extra avo wedges on hand. “It is our biggest day of the year,” he noted, “and it’s our number one selling appetizer – we will sell well over 100 of them on Avocado Festival day,” he said. Delos prepares for the big rush by purchasing a half-pallet of avocados, which is approximately 25 cases. “We use local, primarily Hass avocados,” he said, “and prefer the large avos.” To make the wedges, they take fresh avo slices and dip them in a “secret house batter.” The battered avo is then fried in 100 percent vegetable oil. On my first taste, I dipped the avo wedges in ranch dressing without squeezing the lemon on top. It was zesty and the texture was soft - both the interior and exterior. However, I soon realized

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Village News April 10, 2014

Fallbrook & Bonsall

Orange blossoms waf t through Fallbrook’s air April brings aromatic blossoms as signal of new fruit Debbie Ramsey Managing Editor The heady scent of orange blossoms are wafting through the air of Fallbrook this month, as the many trees and groves found locally move into peak blooming season. Since orange blossoms are viewed as a sign of good luck, they have been freely used in celebrations, like weddings. The attractive blossoms are perfect for many uses, but are key to the evolution of this fruit. The growing process Citrus trees bloom here in the spring in order to produce fruit later in the year, which usually takes five months or more for oranges, depending on the variety. Orange trees will typically lose up to 80 percent of those flowers in the first “drop;” these are the flowers that were un-pollinated. A second drop of flowers occurs when the new oranges are the size of marble; a third drop takes place when the fruit is almost fullsize. This process provides a way for the tree to help the very best fruit survive. Since Fallbrook is a town of rolling hills and microclimates, orange trees can bloom in some areas first, and other areas of the town later. Whether trees are planted simply as family fruit, for decorative (and useful) purposes in containers on a patio, or as a producing grove, the fragrant spring blooms signal the arrival of warmer weather and fruit growth. Beekeeping is alive and well in the Fallbrook area and in many cases, hives are purposefully placed in orange groves during the blooming season in order to produce orange blossom honey, which is very desirable in the retail market.

or more people are becoming aware of it,” said Warr, noting that he has seen a steady increase in customers addressing the problem over the past few years.

way to address issues is to have a leaf analysis done. “That can identify various problems, including micronutrients that the tree might need.” Grangetto’s recommends customers locally to Fallbrook Ag Lab for that service. Orange Blossom Water Basics of growing oranges Experts advise watering orange trees more Orange trees are sun worshippers. The essence of orange blossoms has been sparingly in the early winter, so as to provide It is important to allow them used for a very long time in making perfumes and has a better blooms. They say not to restrict water an environment with a lot of colorful history as an aphrodisiac as well. In addition, the use altogether, just apply lightly. From December sunlight. Be cautious not to of orange blossom water is legendary in historical accounts as well. to February, they say to water orange plant them underneath other In France, raising bit ter orange trees was a long-standing tradition for trees once every two weeks. As spring trees or in the back corner the sole purpose of making this at tractively scented liquid, which has been approaches, it becomes necessary to of a patio. Fall is the used in many ways. water once per week. time to prune citrus Orange blossom water has been used in beauty treatments, to scent linens, and The drought condition in Southern trees, removing dead to make dessert delicacies. French and Middle Eastern cuisine have featured this in California has led to increasing branches. This numerous recipes. insect problems for citrus trees. makes sure that It takes about an hour to prepare orange blossom water, but then it needs several “Drought causes stress to the nutrients go to weeks to “steep.” trees and then they get insects only strong areas such as thrips,” said Warr. In of the tree. • Pick fresh orange blossoms that have not been sprayed with pesticides, insecticides, etc. managing the serious malady Insects that in the early morning hours (before sun gets warm). Discard any blossoms that have been of the asain psyllid, Grangetto’s find Fallbrook chewed on or have bad spots. recommends Bayer Advanced orange trees • Pick the petals of f the blossoms (discard the bud) and wash petals in cool water; rinse “Fruit, Citrus & Vegetables” attractive thoroughly to remove dirt and insects spray, with the active ingredient include aphids, Imidacloprid, an insect mealy bugs, ants, • With moisture still clinging to the petals (although rinsed), use a stone or mortar and pestle to grind the petals into a paste-like substance. Let sit for a few hours like this. neurotoxin. However, because and leaf miner. • Place the petal material into a large glass jar with lid and cover with distilled water. Do not it is a systemic treatment, one “ A p h i d s over-fill with water, more can be added later. A rule of thumb is about 1/2 cup of water must be careful about the strength and mealy bugs for every dozen blossoms. of any treatment like this if they produce a sugary • Let the jar stand in the full sun for two weeks. wish to consume the fruit after the substance that • Check the scent of the petal liquid. If it smells too weak, leave it in the sun for application. then attracts ants,” an additional week. If the orange flower water ends up being too strong, you Authorities say to fertilize orange explained Ed Warr, can always add distilled water later. trees three times each year, at even assistant store manager • Strain the petal water (with cheesecloth) into several smaller sterilized intervals. of Grangetto’s Farm & jars with lids. “We recommend spring, mid-summer, Garden Supply in Fallbrook. • Store in a cool, dark place. If stored in a cabinet, it’s shelf and fall,” said Warr. “I like to recommend a “For that problem, we generally life is about one year; if stored in the refrigerator, it balanced fertilizer like 15-15-15. A mature tree recommend Neem Oil.” For leaf should last for up to three years. will take four to six lbs of fertilizer, three times miner, Warr said he recommends per year.” a product with the active ingredient While The experts at Grangetto’s welcome any and Spinosad, like Captain Jack’s Deadbug. Most t h e r e all questions about landscape, plants, irrigation, importantly, he said, customers need to read all a r e s p e c i f i c vegetable gardens, and trees. The store is located labels carefully before making a decision whether recommendations for the various pest problems at 530 E. Alvarado Street in Fallbrook. Visit www. they wish to use a particular product or not. “Leaf miner has either become very prevalent with citrus trees, Warr said that really the best for educational information as well.

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Real Estate Real estate professionals Kim Carlson and Ken Follis specialize in the Fallbrook lifest yle Laura Taylor Special to the Village News Realtors Kim Carlson and Ken Follis are very knowledgeable about all regions of North County San Diego, yet know Fallbrook on a very personal level. “We are invested in this community; it is where we live, work, and play” said Follis. The successful duo holds a long friendship that complements the solid foundation of knowledge and experience which both partners have in the industry. Carlson has been in the professional since 1987, and Follis since 1980. Embracing the same goal, providing exceptional customer service, is a shared standard for the team. Their strong business relationship is reflected in the full service approach Carlson and Follis abide by, taking care of anything that the client needs. Betty Yellich, their full time business manager and head of concierge services, helps to ensure that customer service levels exceed what the client expects. A major portion of Follis and Carlson’s new clientele is through referrals, confirming that both have a great standing with their past customers. The team throws a client appreciation party each year, and have maintained many friendships over their careers, constantly developing new ones along the way. “It is nice to be able to communicate on a more personal level,” said Carlson. “Your reputation is everything.” Carlson and Follis are very invested in marketing, and send out approximately 5,000 postcards every three weeks to the areas of Fallbrook, Bonsall, Carlsbad and Oceanside, with the help of their marketing manager. Realizing that 92 percent of buyers reportedly go online to begin a home search, the team personally invests in special advertising, making sure homes and land have premium placement on the top sites of and By ensuring that their client’s home is featured first before other Realtor’s properties, it increases exposure, thus raising the likelihood of securing a higher sales price. Follis remarked, “Spring is the time of year that many buyers look for their next move. It is a good time to have a home listed.” He also noted that Fallbrook is keyed as one of the best value locations in San Diego County, per HomeDex, a monthly report used as a tool in the real estate industry. “Fallbrook has a fantastic sense of community, and especially lately, has experienced an influx of buyers,” said Follis. “By living here and getting to know this town so well, we are able to explain to agents and buyers the specifics of

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“It is nice to be able to communicate on a more personal level. Your reputation is everything.” approach adds coverage to the home, they said, increasing the amount of potential buyers. The exposure expands the possibilities of selling at a higher price and therefore raising home value in that neighborhood. While both Follis and Carlson are known for selling high-end homes, their solid experience spans one end of the housing spectrum to the other. “We give every client the same

“We help the company purchase distressed homes, and after they are finished with the rehab work, assist them in the sale of the home as a newly remodeled house,” said Follis. “This benefits the community by boosting the neighborhood value. We also have an exclusive marketing plan which analyzes specific features of the home to make sure they are highlighted when it is listed. This step is customized and unique for

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1810 Foxfire Road .......................$477,000 571 shadywood Drive.................$437,000 2508 Ralls street ..........................$545,000



701 S. Main Ave, Fallbrook - Corner of S. Main & Fallbrook St.

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746 S. Main Ave., Fallbrook, CA 92028 760-451-4100




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fallbrook $365,000

temecula $399,000

In Escrow. Isn’t it lovely? Cozy wood-burning fireplace, hardwood flooring, claw foot tub, & lovely patio for priv dining. Premium creek-side lot, professionally landscaped with pond & spa. There is so much to love here! 3BR/2BA. Call me today to get started finding your dream home!

Vail Ranch Two story pool home on quiet street, RV Parking,Tenant in location easy to show. Needs some minor TLC. 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, 2023 sq.ft.

Deborah Danko 760.271.4760 | calbre #01355757

Joe Spadafore 858.382.1860 CalBRE #1230420 E LF hOM O G SE UR




fallbrook $459,000

bonsall $539,000

Immaculate Cap Cod cottage on lushly landscaped .95 acres with meandering brick pathways. Private country lane yet close to town. Numerous upgrades including roof, fixtures, appliances, windows, enclosed porch & many more.

Johnny Faubel 760.845.7572 | CalBRE #01927730 ING



The good life! After golf, or just puttering in the garden, there are so many ways to enjoy this detached villa in beautiful Vista Valley Country Club! Great floor plan with dual master suites and upgraded kitchen. Oversized private lot! Must see! take a virtual tour at

Deborah Danko 760.271.4760 | calbre #01355757 S INGFER R B OF L AL


fallbrook $549,900-$574,900

fallbrook $555,000

Located on a private country lane with only two other homes, this beautiful home features a custom brick front courtyard that welcomes you with warmth and charm. Dble entry doors, travertine floors, spacious LR that is flooded with natural light. Lg country kit opens to the DR, lg outside view deck & FR w/cozy fplc.

Rebecca Reilly 760.458.5211 | CalBRE #01827033

Enjoy spectacular sunset views from this Fallbrook country home, single level, like new recent remodel on 1.22 gentle acres. Private, yet close to town. 4 car tandem garage and workshop plus RV parking. Remodel includes roof.

JoAnn Rapaszky 760.212.5461 | CalBRE #00672280 G





fallbrook $635,000

murrieta $580,000

Views to the sunset on this private, quiet, well located property. The easy flow of the floor plan lends itself to family & entertaining. The fplc lends warmth to the high ceilings & open feel. Room on the 1+ acre lot for RV parking. 3BR, 2BA, 2649sf. Viking applcs, Bosch dishwasher, JennAir refrig in remodeled kitchen.

Debbie Sorensen 760.822.4289 | calbre #01496577

Spacious 3632 sq.ft. home on large view lot. 4 car tandem garage. Totally remodeled and designed 2013. 5BR, 3BA, tech nook, entertainment center, family room. Plantation shutters, wood floors, gourmet kitchen, large granite center island. view more at

Jan Leavitt 760.427.1186 | CalBRE #01310528

OPEN hOUSE SAT 4/12 11AM-2PM & SUN 4/13 1PM-4PM 1618 Green Briar, Fallbrook

fallbrook $659,000

Pride of ownership shows on this traditional style home which sits on a 1 acre parcel with easterly views of the valley. Serene and private, this 2506 sf, 4BR, 2.5BA has premium upgrades w/concrete roof, carpet flooring & granite counterstops & wood flooring. RV parking, zoned for horses, fully fenced and gated.

Debbie Sorensen 760.822.4289 | calbre #01496577




Oceanside $712,000

Oceanside, new built, move-in ready, 3800+ sf, 3 car gar, 5BR, 3BA totally green home. Hardwood floors, neutral carpets. Call for an appointment. Ask me about single story new builts coming soon. Get on the list to be the first to preview!!!

Jan Leavitt 760.427.1186 | CalBRE #01310528

offices in fallbrook, carmel valley, carlsbad, del mar, la costa/encinitas, rancho bernardo, escondido

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Yucca $799,000

Valley Center $823,500

Located up a private drive & featuring a tennis court, two 2-car garages, chef’s kitchen w/sunny nook, ss applcs & center island w/built-ins. Family room with fireplace & views to Sleeping Indian. Master suite w/ofc & jacuzzi tub. Relaxed country living.

Johnny Faubel 760.845.7572 | CalBRE #01927730

Custom 3037 sf, 4BR, 3.5BA home on 5 acre lot. Spectacular panoramic views, elegant home with designer touches, gourmet kit + 775 sf detached pool house with kitchen, half bath and viewing deck. Entertainer’s yard with pool/spa and plenty of room for horse facilities, tennis courts or vineyard. Nearby trails.

Devon Camilleri 760.522.8559 | CalBRE #01047285 ED





Bonsall $1,350,000

Bonsall $1,429,000

Perfect KITCHEN for your own cooking show (with an audience!) Single story estate with all the bells & whistles, including 6 bedrooms and a dreamy resortlike master suite. Low HOA, gated community, Bonsall schools! Take a virtual tour at

Deborah Danko 760.271.4760 | CalBRE #01355757

Magnificent single level Spanish style 4BR plus office home in gated Saratoga Estates. Pool, spa, sweeping panoramic views, cool breezes, upgrades galore, one of a kind property, trail access and horse friendly. 3779 sq.ft. on 2.63 gentle acres.

JoAnn Rapaszky 760.212.5461 | CalBRE #00672280 O AD E C O V AV GRO


Fallbrook $1,458,000

Fallbrook $1,495,000

Custom single story home by Mark Kirk in 2003. Wonderful views, 4500sf w/chef’s kit open to a lg family rm w/fplc. Wonderful master ste w/fireplace. Beautiful landscaping & pool w/entertaining areas.

Custom built single story home by Jim Leising. Wonderful serene setting in a completely private location, fully feced & gated. Gourmet kit, open to a lg FR w/fplc. Master ste w/spacious BA. Infinity pool.

Donna Moore 760.807.5144 CalBRE #00458389 & Roselyn DeSander 760.330.1078 CalBRE #01273060 IC AM R S NO IEW A P V

Donna Moore 760.807.5144 CalBRE #00458389 & Roselyn DeSander 760.330.1078 CalBRE #01273060





Fallbrook $1,495,000

Bonsall $395,000-$412,000

Gated estate on 2.64 secluded panoramic view acres. Spacious gourmet kitchen with bar, island, stainless steel, granite and opens to family room with fireplace. Master suite is a dream. Vanishing edge pool with spa, slide and beach entry. Outside kitchen with BBQ and dining area.

Rebecca Reilly 760.458.5211 | CalBRE #01827033 NG UCI D RO E E P GROV M O INC AVO

Highly desirable Bonsall location! Located in private gated community “The Terrace” above San Luis Rey Thoroughbred horse training center/race track. 2604 sq.ft. plus 300 sq.ft. enclosed sunroom & 600 sq.ft. private courtyard entry. Very well maintained home. Many upgrades. Carefree living.

Kay O’Hara 760.207.0562 | CalBRE #01408324 S RE OVE C A R 29 H G T WI

Bonsall $399,000

Valley Center $425,000

Good producing Hass avocado grove with panoramic views and electric meter in upscale highly desirable gated community. Great investment and opportunity to build your dream home now or in the future. Current crop conveys with strong offer. Only a few parcels remaining.

Kay O’Hara 760.207.0562 | CalBRE #01408324

29+ acres with income producing avocado grove and estate home site! Panoramic views! Gated and fenced 3 sides. Conveniently located minutes east of I-15. 2” water meter. Potential for green house or horse facilities in level area of parcel. Seasonal creek.

Kay O’Hara 760.207.0562 | CalBRE #01408324


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Fictitious Business Name FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-006877—Name of Business A CONE ZONE, INC. 160 N. Joy St., Corona, CA 92879 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: A Cone Zone, Inc., 160 N. Joy St., Corona, CA 92879 This business is conducted by a Corporation This Corporation is located in the state of California The first day of business was 6/3/2003 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MARCH 11, 2014 LEGAL: 3566 PUBLISHED: March 27, April 3, 10, 17, 2014

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-006922—Name of Business BLACK GALAXY STONE 1291 Alturas Rd., Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: 1. Oscar Sanchez 2. Gloria Barajas Both residing at: 462 Ammunition Rd., #44, Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is conducted by a General Partnership The first day of business was 7/7/2005 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MARCH 11, 2014 LEGAL: 3558 PUBLISHED: March 20, 27, April 3, 10, 2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-008096—Name of Business WHITE DOG 6420 Lago Grande Dr., Bonsall, CA 92063 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: 1. Joseph J. Ramm Jr. 2. Linda Ramm Both residing at: 6420 Lago Grande Dr., Bonsall, CA 92063 This business is conducted by a Married Couple The first day of business was 3/15/14 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MARCH 21, 2014 LEGAL: 3572 PUBLISHED: March 27, April 3, 10, 17, 2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-006613—Name of Business DKM ENTERPRISES LLC 1204 White Sands Dr., San Marcos, CA 92078 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: DKM Enterprises LLC, 1204 White Sands Dr., San Marcos, CA 92078 This business is conducted by a Limited Liability Company This LLC is located in the state of California The first day of business was 2/3/2014 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MARCH 7, 2014 LEGAL: 3567 PUBLISHED: March 27, April 3, 10, 17, 2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-005711—Name of Business SILVERTHORN RANCH 1826 S. Alturas, Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Jerry A. Loomis, 1826 S. Alturas, Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is conducted by an Individual The first day of business was 8/1/1977 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON FEBRUARY 27, 2014 LEGAL: 3559 PUBLISHED: March 20, 27, April 3, 10, 2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-007813—Name of Business ECOFEEDSTOCK 6964 Tradewinds Dr., Carlsbad, CA 92011 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Chloronova Inc., 6964 Tradewinds Dr., 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 MARCH 19, 2014 LEGAL: 3568 PUBLISHED: March 27, April 3, 10, 17, 2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-006041—Name of Business BLUE OAKS FARM + KITCHEN 229 Via De Amo, Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: 1. Alexander Holsheimer 2. Heather Fukunaga Both residing at: 229 Via De Amo, Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is conducted by a Married Couple THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MARCH 3, 2014 LEGAL: 3560 PUBLISHED: March 20, 27, April 3, 10, 2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-008641—Name of Business SAVE THE DOWNS 1330 Knoll Park Lane, Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: 1. Jon C. Frandell, 1330 Knoll Park Lane, Fallbrook, CA 92028 2. Jeri Walz, 6959 Via Mariposa Norte, Bonsall, CA 92003 This business is conducted by a Unincorporated Association-Other than a Partnership The first day of business was 3/15/14 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MARCH 26, 2014 LEGAL: 3573 PUBLISHED: April 3, 10, 17, 24, 2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-006991—Name of Business FAB ENTERPRISES LLC 3726 Sarah Ann Dr., Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: FAB Enterprises LLC., 3726 Sarah Ann Dr., Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is conducted by a Limited Liability Company This LLC is located in the state of California THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MARCH 12, 2014 LEGAL: 3561 PUBLISHED: March 20, 27, April 3, 10, 2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-006870—Name of Business FOWLER PLUMBING AND RESTORATION INC. 2304 Clearcrest Ln, Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Fowler Plumbing and Restoration Inc., 2304 Clearcrest Ln, 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 2/14/09 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MARCH 11, 2014 LEGAL: 3574 PUBLISHED: April 3, 10, 17, 24, 2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-007181—Name of Business THYMELESS CATERING 3753 Mission Ave., Ste #115, Oceanside, CA 92058 County: San Diego Mailing Address: 4679 Highland Oaks St., Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is registered by the following: 1. Raquel Marie Pulse, 4679 Highland Oaks St., Fallbrook, CA 92028 2. Pamela Marie Kinzie, 3366 Avenida De Loyola, Oceanside, CA 92056 This business is conducted by Co-Partners THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MARCH 13, 2014 LEGAL: 3569 PUBLISHED: March 27, April 3, 10, 17, 2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-006643—Name of Business RC FLOWERS 2465 N Santa Fe Ave., Oceanside, CA 92084 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Patricia H. Sanchez, 2036 Paseo de anza, Vista, CA 92084 This business is conducted by a Individual The first day of business was 12/15/2013 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MARCH 7, 2014 LEGAL: 3575 PUBLISHED: April 3, 10, 17, 24, 2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-008093—Name of Business CJ HOME SPECIALISTS 5779 Jeffries Ranch Rd., Ste E, Oceanside, CA 92057 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: James E. Ruane, 5779 Jeffries Ranch Rd., Ste E, Oceanside, CA 92057 This business is conducted by an Individual THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MARCH 21, 2014 LEGAL: 3570 PUBLISHED: March 27, April 3, 10, 17, 2014

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-007970—Name of Business LOBBYSIGNS.COM 327 Rosemont St., La Jolla, CA 92037 County: San Diego Mailing Address: P.O. Box 84515, San Diego, CA 92138 This business is registered by the following: Inc., 327 Rosemont St., La Jolla, CA 92037 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 MARCH 20, 2014 LEGAL: 3571 PUBLISHED: March 27, April 3, 10, 17, 2014


FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-006526—Name of Business BASINGER & ASSOCIATES 830 E. Vista Way #105, Vista, CA 92084 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Donna Basinger, 24301 Jacarte Dr., Murrieta, CA 92562 This business is conducted by an Individual The first day of business was 1/1/2014 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MARCH 6, 2014 LEGAL: 3562 PUBLISHED: March 20, 27, April 3, 10, 2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-007114—Name of Business FALLBROOK CARWASH 936 East Mission Road, Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Three LS & MSF, Inc., 3333 Camino Del Rio S., #230, San Diego, CA 92108 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 MARCH 13, 2014 LEGAL: 3565 PUBLISHED: March 20, 27, April 3, 10, 2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-007680—Name of Business HAIR MORINGA 575 Anton Blvd., Ste 300, Costa Mesa, CA 92626 County: Orange This business is registered by the following: J De Beaute Inc. 575 Anton Blvd, Costa Mesa, CA 92626 This business is conducted by a Corporation This Corporation is located in the state of California The first day of business was Jan 2, 2014 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MARCH 18, 2014 LEGAL: 3576 PUBLISHED: April 3, 10, 17, 24, 2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-007855—Name of Business THE SHOPPE 4805 5th St., Rainbow, CA 92028 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: 1. Kerri Smith, 6820 Rainbow Heights Road, Rainbow, CA 92028 2. Elyse Lile, 653 N. Gravier, Orange, CA 92869 This business is conducted by a Co-Partners THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MARCH 19, 2014 LEGAL: 3577 PUBLISHED: April 3, 10, 17, 24, 2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-008676—Name of Business PALA TACO SHOP 3235 Old Hwy 395, Suite C, Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Ramon H. Toro, 20363 Palomar St., Wildomar, CA 92595 This business is conducted by a Individual The first day of business was 9/20/2005 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MARCH 26, 2014 LEGAL: 3578 PUBLISHED: April 3, 10, 17, 24, 2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-008469—Name of Business 1. 1ST CHOICE INSURANCE AGENCY 2. 1ST CHOICE TAX PROFESSIONALS 2210 E. Vista Way, Ste 2, Vista, CA 92084 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Erika Fierro, 309 E. Dougherty St., Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is conducted by a Individual The first day of business was 3/25/2014 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MARCH 25, 2014 LEGAL: 3579 PUBLISHED: April 3, 10, 17, 24, 2014

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Change of Name

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-009076—Name of Business RECURSION LABZ 3286 Westwood Dr., Carlsbad, CA 92008 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Travis DeLaby, 3286 Westwood Dr., Carlsbad, CA 92008 This business is conducted by a Individual THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON APRIL 1, 2014 LEGAL: 3581 PUBLISHED: April 10, 17, 24, May 1, 2014

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME Case Number: 37-2014-00006529-CU-PT-NC TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS Petitioner: TONI WILTSEY On behalf of STELLA JO WILTSEY a minor, has filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present Name: STELLA JO WILTSEY Proposed Name: STELLA CRISTINA HAUSMAN 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: May 6, 2014 Time: 8:30 a.m. Dept: N-11 The address of the court is 325 South Melrose Drive, 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: March 13, 2014 Signed: K. Michael Kirkman, Judge of the Superior Court. LEGAL: 3563 PUBLISHED: March 20, 27, April 3, 10, 2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-008733—Name of Business DOGWOOD ART 27313 Mountain Meadow Rd., Escondido, CA 92026 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Paul Briden, 27313 Mountain Meadow Rd., Escondido, CA 92026 This business is conducted by a Individual The first day of business was 3/26/14 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MARCH 26, 2014 LEGAL: 3582 PUBLISHED: April 10, 17, 24, May 1, 2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-007742—Name of Business DD’S DISCOUNTS #5217 1527 Mission Ave., Ste A, Oceanside, CA 92058 County: San Diego Mailing Address: 5130 Hacienda Dr., GA#5217, Dublin, CA 94568 This business is registered by the following: Ross Dress for Less, Inc., 5130 Hacienda Dr., GA#5217, Dublin, CA 94568 This business is conducted by a Corporation This Corporation is located in VA The first day of business was 2/25/14 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MARCH 19, 2014 LEGAL: 3583 PUBLISHED: April 10, 17, 24, May 1, 2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-009175—Name of Business THE FALLBROOK FIXER 1717 Dorothea Ave., Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: David Reilly, 1717 Dorothea Ave., Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is conducted by a Individual THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON APRIL 1, 2014 LEGAL: 3584 PUBLISHED: April 10, 17, 24, May 1, 2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-008586—Name of Business ETGCO 102 Lake Ridge Circle, Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Deborah Lynn Sargent, 102 Lake Ridge Circle, Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is conducted by a Individual The first day of business was 1/1/2000 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MARCH 25, 2014 LEGAL: 3585 PUBLISHED: April 10, 17, 24, May 1, 2014

Withdrawl/Partnership STATEMENT OF WITHDRAWAL FROM PARTNERSHIP OPERATING UNDER FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME File Number: 2014-007774—Name of Business HYLSEEDS & SON The original statement of this fictitious business was filed in San Diego County on: 8/27/13 and assigned File No. 2013-024803 Located at: 2027 Rainbow Valley Blvd., Rainbow, CA 92029 County: San Diego Mailing Address: 31563 Fox Grape Dr., Winchester, CA 92596 The following partner has withdrawn: Mark Hylkema, 27613 Sunset Way, Murrieta, CA 92563 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MARCH 19, 2014 LEGAL: 3580 PUBLISHED: APRIL 3, 10, 17, 24, 2014

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ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME Case Number: 37-2014-00005999-CU-PT-NC TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS Petitioner: NEOMY ORTIZ, MARITZA ORTIZ Has filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present Name: 1. NEOMY MARIE ORTIZ 2. MARITZA MONIQUE ORTIZ Proposed Name: 1. NEOMY MARIE BRADTKE 2. MARITZA MONIQUE BRADTKE 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: May 6, 2014 Time: 8:30 a.m. Dept: 26 The address of the court is 325 South Melrose Drive, 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: March 10, 2014 Signed: K. Michael Kirkman, Judge of the Superior Court. LEGAL: 3564 PUBLISHED: March 20, 27, April 3, 10, 2014 ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME Case Number: 37-2014-00009189-CU-PT-NC TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS Petitioner: SEAN LAWRENCE WOOD filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present Name: SEAN LAWRENCE WOOD Proposed Name: SEAN LAWRENCE WU 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: May 27, 2014 Time: 8:30 a.m. Dept: 26 The address of the court is 325 South Melrose Drive, 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: Fallbrook Village News Date: Apr 1, 2014 Signed: K. Michael Kirkman, Judge of the Superior Court. LEGAL: 3586 PUBLISHED: April 10, 17, 24, May 1, 2014




FALLBROOK COMMUNITY PLANNING GROUP PRELIMINARY AGENDAS FOR SUB-COMMITTEE MEETINGS COMMUNITY PLANNING GROUP will meet at Live Oak School, 7 PM, Monday, April 21, 2014. Jim Russell, Chair 760-728-8081 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Land Use Committee will meet at the Palomares House, 1815 Stage Coach Lane, at 10:00 AM Tuesday, April 15, 2014. There will not be a site visit. 1. Open Forum. Opportunity for members of the public to speak to the Land Use Committee on any subject matter within the committee’s jurisdiction but not on today’s agenda. Three minute limitation. Non-voting item, no discussion. 2. Approval of the minutes for the meeting of February 11, 2014. 3. TPM21199 Request for a minor subdivision “Arena Minor Subdivision” to subdivide the 0.98 acres located on the south east corner of E. Alvarado Street and Kaden Court, (APN105-514-51) into four lots for four single family dwelling units. Owner Dominick Arena, 760-758-0339. Applicant Anthony Arena. Contact person Scott Harry, 760-728-1134 County planner Michael Johnson, 858-694-3429, Land Use Committee. Community input. Voting item. (3/20) Jack Wood, Chair 760-731-3193 Circulation Committee will meet at the Palomares House, 1815 Stage Coach Lane, at 2:00 PM Tuesday, April 15, 2014. 1. Open Forum. Opportunity for members of the public to speak to the Circulation Committee on any subject matter within the committee’s jurisdiction but not on today’s agenda. Three minute limitation. Non-voting item, no discussion. 2. Approval of the minutes for the meeting of March 11, 2014. 3. Request from the Department of Public Works for input on the PRIORITIZATION FOR ROADWAY PAVEMENT MAINTENANCE AND CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS IN THE FALLBROOK COMMUNITY PLANNING GROUP area. County planner Frank Arebalo, 858-694-3889, Circulation Committee. Community input. Voting item. (3/11) 4. Review of the safety for pedestrians of the bus stop at 1148 S. Main, (in front of the MAX Car Wash and across the street from the Arco Gas Station). The owner of the car wash has reported that on several occasions he has watched pedestrians get off the bus and almost get hit as they jay-walk across Main Avenue to walk down Ammunition. His very real concern is that once the new McDonald’s is completed and more people decide to cross at that location, primarily after getting off the bus, that serious accidents are likely to occur. The apparent choices for addressing this circumstance is wait until after McDonald’s is open and see what happens, move the bus stop away from Ammunition, remove the bus stop altogether, post “No Crossing” signs, or reconfigure the intersection. Review participants: Bill Olszanicky, Service Operations, NC Transit District, (760) 966-6591, and Kenton Jones, San Diego County Traffic Advisory Committee (858) 692-3843. Circulation Committee. Community input. Voting item. (3/23) Anne Burdick, Chair 760-728-7828 Design Review Committee will meet at the Fallbrook Sheriff Station, 388 East Alvarado Street, at 9:30 AM, Wednesday, April 16, 2014. No site tour this month. 1. Open Forum. Opportunity for members of the public to speak to the Design Review Committee on any subject matter within the committee’s jurisdiction but not on today’s agenda. Three minute limitation. Non-voting item, no discussion. 2. Approval of the minutes for the meeting of March 12, 2013. 3. Request for approval of the revised sculpture/donor recognition plaques 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) 4. TM4713 Pepper Tree Park by Meritage Homes, 1250 Corona Pointe Court, Suite 210, Corona, CA 92879 Contact Person & Applicant: Chris Courtney, Forward Planning Manager, Meritage Homes Cell Ph: 951-314-8457, Meritage purchased Units 7 & 8 within the Peppertree Community on the East side of Mission Road with Stage Coach to the south and Fallbrook Street to the north. They will be building 48 single family homes, 25 of which are in Unit 7 and 23 are in Unit 8. Units 7 & 8 are zoned as minimum 20,000sf lots. Unit 7 is roughly 16.4 acres and Unit 8 is roughly about 14.5 acres. We will be annexing into the existing Peppertree Master Association and extending Peppertree lane on the East side of the tract boundary to the West boundary of Unit 8. They will be providing gated entries separately for Units 7 & 8 to allow Peppertree to eventually connect by way of a future bridge. They are currently in plan check for their improvement plans and in 1st review of their building plans. Sami Real is their Planning contact at this stage in our processing. Design Review Committee. Community input. Voting item. (3/17) 5. Request for waiver of Design Review Site Plan requirement for a new wall sign at Edward Jones 1432 south Mission Road.. County planner Dag Bunnemeyer. Design Review Committee. Community input. Voting item. (4/2) Eileen Delaney, Chair 760-518-8888

Parks and Recreation Committee will not meet this month. Jackie Heyneman, Chair 760-728-5395

Public Facilities Committee will meet not meet this month. Roy Moosa, Chair 760-723-1181 PUBLISHED: 4/10/13

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Rainbow approves joint facilities agreement for Horse Creek Ridge Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent

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The Rainbow Municipal Water District board voted 5-0 March 25 to approve a joint agreement for the Horse Creek Ridge development. “It’s indemnification mostly,” said Rainbow board president George McManigle. The Horse Creek Ridge is part of the Campus Park project approved by the San Diego County Board of Supervisors in May 2011. D.R. Horton has purchased the residential component of

Campus Park from Passerelle, LLC, and the approved map calls for 521 single-family residences and 230 condominium dwelling units. Rainbow staff and D.R. Horton have been involved in plan checking and coordination of facility improvements. The Board of Supervisors action approved a tentative map. A tentative map can be recorded as a final map after all conditions of the map, other than those for which a final map is required, are fulfilled. The conditions include a joint subdivision improvement

agreement which ensures that all infrastructure facilities, including water and sewer, are bonded. The County of San Diego will process the actual bonding agreement which will include security for labor and materials as well as for completion of the infrastructure. The Rainbow facilities included in the improvement agreement consist of water and sewer pipelines, a sewer lift station, and a pressure reducing station. To comment on this story online, visit

Angel Societ y donates $20,500 to communit y

Be the first to see this exciting 3BR, 2BA home on 1+ view acres near Pala Mesa. Nearly 2500 s/f of remodeled and move-in ready living that incls a great room, large white brick fplc, wrap around view decks and some avocado income. $539,000

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To view call Chris Murphy 760-310-9292

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Courtesy photo From left, Allison Barclay, chief professional officer of Boys & Girls Clubs of North County, is pictured with members Jake Riddell, Shane Halliday, Marianna Orvino, Olivia Anding, and Giovanni Moreno. FALLBROOK - Donations to programs benefiting several worthy groups were approved by the board of directors of the Angel Society of Fallbrook at its meetings in February and March. A total of $10,000 was awarded to the Boys & Girls Clubs of North County to help sponsor its annual summer swim programs and field trips. The organization serves more than 1,500 local children annually and about 600 kids daily at six locations.

The Fallbrook Community Center was given $3,000 in support for its Summer Day Camp for kids. The program offers several educational activities, as well as sports and games. Field trips are also planned. The Gem and Mineral Society received $2,500 in funds to help defray the cost of repairing the air conditioning at its museum. The museum, which hosts both children and adult groups, is staffed by volunteers and admission is free.

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Operation Clear Vision was awarded $2,000 to help pay for laboratory fees. The program has provided upwards of 4,000 pairs of free eye glasses to eligible military family members over the past 10 years. Two local school programs also received $700 each. The funds given to the Bonsall/Sullivan Band & Choral will help sponsor student scholarships to the Music in the Parks Educational Festival in Anaheim. All four show choirs, the jazz band and the new guitar ensemble groups will attend. In the past, the program has won 12 Overall Sweepstakes awards. The funds to Fallbrook Street School will go towards the cost of a field trip for 138 students to visit the San Diego Safari Park. Bonsall-Fallbrook Little League and the FUHS Prom received $500 each. The Little League is seeking sponsors for partial scholarships for girls and boys ages four to 14. This year, the high school prom will be held on the USS Midway, with 800 students expected to attend. The funds will be used to help students pay for transportation, dinner, and photos. Head Start in Fallbrook, which helps prepare children for kindergarten, was given $300 to help purchase additional learning and play activities. Sullivan Middle School also received $300 for supplies for its new Functional Skills class. The Angel Society raises philanthropic funds through the operation of the Angel Shop at 1002 S. Main Avenue. For more information, visit www.

Rentals & Sales Property Management WE HAVE A DEMAND FOR RENTALS AND VERY LITTLE INVENTORY! Call us if you need professional management for your rental property. AVAILABLE RENTALS: n 2 BR, 2 BA 945 S.F. CONDO Upgraded throughout. Granite countertops. Private fenced patio. Includes refrig. Comm. lndry & pool/spa. Water/sewer/trash paid. No smk or pets. Available 5/5………...$1,150 n 2 BR, 2.5 BA 1100+ S.F. TOWNHOME In Bonsall Park, a gated community. Pool/spa, weight room. refrigerator, microwave, washer/dryer, A/C, 1 car garage. Water/sewer/trash paid. No smoking or pets. Available 5/1…..........................................................................................................................$1,300 n FURNISHED 2 BR 2 BA CONDO at Pala Mesa Fairways. Den, sunroom, A/C, 2 car gar. Includes linens, & all util., including local phone, internet & wi-fi. Complex has pool & spa. No smk., pet on aprvl….$2,000

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Open House Sunday 4/13 • 12-4pm 4047 Millagra Drive, Fallbrook

Gated Community of Tecolote Oaks!

This pristine single story home features tiled flooring, elegant wood detailed fireplace, mantle and bookcases, granite

countertops, cooks kitchen, spa quality master bathroom and rear trex deck that spans the length of the home. Sited privately on 1.68 acres. 4 bedrooms/3 full baths, separate guest wing. Walking distance to Pala Mesa Resort. Offered at $769,000-$859,000

1845 Vista Del lago, fallbrook

Great 5.25 ac property, situated with a 270° unobstructed view of the Santa Margarita River valley, and Rock Mountain. Perfect to build on this moderately slopping lot. Located in a great neighborhood, with the right amount of seclusion.

Offered at $280,000

Doug Brickell 760.419.4176 CA. BRE #01931920

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111 morro hills, fallbrook

Architectural beauty will surpass your expectations! 3BR, 2.5BA, 2936 sf. A wall of windows awaken you to the views of the surrounding hills. Soaring ceilings, two sided fplc, office w/separate entrance, enclosed patio.

Offered at $749,000-$849,000

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1126 Via estrellaDa, fallbrook

Looks like a page out of House Beautiful! 3BR, 2.5BA, 2073sf country home. Newly tiled floors in foyer, FR, kit & baths, reclaimed brick fireplace in living room, surround sound speakers in living room and out to pool area.

Offered at $465,000-$535,000

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2441 Vern DriVe, fallbrook

Privately gated 4 acre Italian Villa Estate with pool and panoramic views. 3,035 sf, 3BD, 3BA single story home with gourmet kitchen, spa style ensuite master bath, hardwood floors, 2 fireplaces, vaulted ceilings.

Offered at $799,000-$859,000

Offered at $495,000-$565,000


2100 WeePing WilloW, fallbrook

Rare 3BR, 2BA, 2 car garage w/workshop & carport. This turn of the 1800’s original Fallbrook homestead is totally updated w/new windows, new roof, solar, irrigation well, fireplace, central air, electrical, plumbing, views & more.

Offered at $399,000-$465,000

Offered at $699,000-$775,000


4350 estate Dr, fallbrook


3876 Paseo De oliVos, fallbrook

Immaculate custom home is located down a private lane with no through traffic. 4BR, 3BA, 2510sf with private pool & spa w/quartzlike flagstone deck and lush lawn. Granite in kitchen and cherry stained alder wood cabs.


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Equestrian property on 2+ panoramic view acs. Incredible salt water pool & spa. Fully fenced & electronically gated. 4BR, 2BA. 4 stall barn, tack room, wash rack and arena. 2 add’l kennel buildings each w/their own fenced yards.

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2890 sUmaC roaD, fallbrook

WOW! Amazing property with panoramic views with take your breath away. 3BR, 2.5BA, 2552sf, upgraded and updated home w/wood floors and vaulted, beamed ceilings. 1300sf view deck wraps the length of home.

Sold for $700,000

1655 santa margarita, fallbrook

One of the finest homes in Fallbrook. Built by Bill Kiddoo featuring 18+ foot ceilings, vanishing walls, finished concrete floors and incredible views. 3 bedrooms, 3 baths and 3182 sf.

Offered at $1,149,999

SOLD! 648 morro hills rD, fallbrook

One of a kind estate with your own pond and well. Room for horses, workshop or car barn. The home looks like a model home. 4BR, 3BA, light & bright inside with architectural details in every room. Two staircases.

Sold for $768,250

Current inventory levels are low so now is an excellent time to sell your home! We’re here to help you realize your real estate needs and dreams in 2014. Whether you’re buying or selling, please give us an opportunity to show you the quality service that Chris and Kim Murphy are known for. We provide outstanding service and stellar results with a smile.

Chris & Kim Murphy 760.310.9292

130 N Main Ave, Fallbrook Corner of Hawthorne & Main CA. BRE #01918026

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Real Living Lifest yles honors its top five agents in Fallbrook FALLBROOK – Real Living Lifestyles branch manager, Linda Scarberry, is pleased to announce the 2013 top producers for the Fallbrook/Bonsall office. “Our experienced team of agents have made a huge impact on the Fallbrook/Bonsall market in that

they are full time agents who are knowledgeable and keep current with today’s real estate market trends,” she said. The five top producers are: Deborah Danko An experienced agent of 12

years, Danko reminds her clients, “buying and selling real estate involves complicated transactions, careful marketing, skillful negotiating, contract management, and a full-time professional who has the time to work effectively on your behalf.”

Deborah Sorensen With 36 years in the Fallbrook community, Realtor and GRI graduate Sorensen “is committed to achieving outstanding levels of customer support and service. She is dedicated to being skilled, technology savvy and feels it is

important to keep up with the trends in order to be an effective agent.” Devon Camilleri Camilleri helps her clients find their dream home or get the most for their property. “Having the right real estate agent means having an agent who is committed to helping you buy or sell your home with the highest level of expertise in your local market,” she said. Camilleri specializes in equestrian homes and ranches as well as vacant land. JoAnn Rapaszky With over 30 years real estate experience in the area, Rapaszky has continually been honored as a top producer over the years. She said, “Clients’ needs are always first. From start to finish, every aspect of the transaction is covered.” Donna Moore As a long time resident and veteran real estate agent, Moore specializes in ranches, equestrian homes, luxury estates, and relocations. “Her negotiating skills serves her buying and selling clients to get the best possible price for their home.” Each of these top producers is an asset to Real Living Lifestyles. “Their hard work and dedication is very appreciated,” said Scarberry. “This year the Rookie of the Year went to Fallbrook’s agent Johnny Faubel, who also was the leader in sales volume in his office for the month of January,” she added. “Real estate is my passion and I am very thankful to be part of such a great real estate team,” said Faubel. “Being a native to Fallbrook makes all the difference. I feel that because I have been here all my life it truly gives me the knowledge and experience needed to be successful in this ever-changing real estate market.” “Real Living Lifestyles agents are highly regarded in the industry because they stay on top of their market places and put their clients needs first,” said Scarberry. To s p e a k w i t h a R e a l Living Lifestyles agent, call (760) 451-4100 or visit

Last call for savings. Your future home awaits. Don’t miss your last opportunity to own an energy-efficient home that is more than just beautiful; it also helps lower your energy bills. With homes starting in the low $400s, Rancho Vista has three unique floor plans that range from 2,733 – 3,315 sq. ft. But these homes are selling fast, with only a handful remaining. Take this last-chance opportunity to find the energy-efficient home of your dreams.

Receive a move-in package valued at up to $20,000 on select homes when you purchase now through April 31st* Every Southern CA Meritage home is built standard with the following energy-efficient features: • Spray-Foam Insulation

• Minimum SEER 14-16 HVAC

• CFL Lighting and Fixtures

• ENERGY STAR® Appliances

• ENERGY STAR® Programmable Thermostat

• Water-Efficient Fixtures

• Low-E2 Vinyl Windows

• Low VOC Carpets, Paints and Finishes

• Weather-Sensing Irrigation

Want to know more? Call or visit us online. 877-552-3902 |

*Move-in packages are valid only on quick-move in homes. Packages vary and may include but are not limited to window coverings, washer, dryer, fridge, full or partial backyard landscaping and future options allowance. Saddleback, Morgan Run, Rancho Vista, River Road, Marisol at Ocean Ranch, and Sweetwater communities offer move-in packages with retail value of $20,000. Meritage Homes at Sendero offers move-in package with retail value of $17,500. The Grove and Meridian at Summerly offer move-in packages with retail value of $15,000. Effective 04.05.14. See sales associate for full details. Pictures and other promotional materials are representative and may depict or contain floor plans, square footages, elevations, options, upgrades, extra design features, decorations, floor coverings, decorative light fixtures, custom paint and wall coverings, window treatments (such as shutters, drapes, etc.), landscaping, pool, spa, sound and alarm systems, furnishings, appliances, and other designer decorator features and amenities that are not included as part of the home and/or may not be available in all communities. All promotional, marketing, and advertising estimates and claims related to energy savings or performance are created exclusively by third party suppliers, rating services, utility companies, and/or certified auditors, based on U.S. Department of Energy methodology and average energy use and scores. Actual energy savings and performance of any home or any of its features may vary widely, and may be more or less than indicated savings and performance, depending on the personal energy consumption choices of the occupants and changes in energy provider rates and programs. Not an offer or solicitation to sell real property. Offers to sell real property may only be made and accepted at the sales center for individual Meritage Homes communities. Home, community information, promotion offerings and pricing is subject to change, and homes to prior sale, at any time without notice or obligation. ©2014 Meritage Homes Corporation. All rights reserved. CA DRE License#01078820.

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Join us at this fun event to raise funds for charities in the North County Area

Theme is “Day into Evening”

We are looking for any donation of gift cards or certificates that will help promote your company/business. If your company is able to sponsor us, the categories are: Versace $150 donation

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Pictured above is the experienced team of professionals at Real Living Lifestyles, Fallbrook.

“Client Satisfaction is My Top Priority” Marilee Lowe, Realtor OPEN HOUSE THIS SUNDAY 4/13/2014 1-4PM!


Listed at $839,000


Listed at $697,900


7064 Via Mariposa Norte Bonsall 92003 -Gorgeous remodeled Saratoga Estates home on 2.35 wooded acres. Terraced & ready for horses, 2 corrals on property. Miles of dedicated trails & low HOA fees.Great schools too!


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31928 Wrightwood Bonsall 92003 -Charming horse property on 2.35 acres, detached guest house, hardwood floors, 2 fireplaces, country kitchen, huge oak trees and gorgeous views!


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If you are currently listed with another agent, this is not a solicitation for your business. Actual results may vary, based on your individual circumstances.

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Hidden Meadows | $1,100,000

Rolling Hills Estates | $1,000,000

Pala Mesa Golf Course View | $675,000

Privacy in Fallbrook | $645,000

Rancho Santa Fe style with outstanding view in Hidden Meadows.3 bedrooms, 3 baths, 3318sf on 2.25 acres.

Mediterranean Estate includes single story main home, detached office w/bath, detached RV garage and detached 2 car garage.

Mediterranean Villa, 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, 2989sf on 1.48 acres. Connected to natural gas and sewer.

Elegant 3 bedroom, 3 bath custom single story on 1 acre of professionally landscaped park-like privacy.

Amazing Views in Every Direction | $144,000 Build your dream home in the country on this 4 acre parcel just mins west of I-15 between Fallbrook & Temecula. Ride your horse or hike miles of non-dedicated trails directly from the property. A 1” water meter is installed and the septic layout was previously approved.

Christine Rinne Essential Real Estate Services

Broker/Realtor CalBRE #01311915

Wine Country | $1,250,000 5952 sf steel frame building with 4839 sf of living space, 4BR, 4BA, 3 car garage on 2.28 acres in the heart of Wine Country. Zoned “C/V”, potential for winery, Bed & Breakfast???

760.451.1604 | email

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VILLAGE PROPERTIES Each Office Is Independently Owned and Operated



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Traditional Colonial 3 BD/ 2.5 BA. Features “System Paving” driveway, beautiful landscaping, family fruit, multi-use detached structure, salt water pool/spa, TV, fireplace outdoor unit. Solid Asian rosewood flrg. 140008897 $629,000

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Down a private gated tree lined drive sits a beautiful custom 3BD plus office/4th br, 3.5BA on 7.94 acres! This wonderful property includes views, pool, spa, outdoor entertaining, horse facilities and avocado grove. 140009606 $969,000

Main Street -Downtown

land/building sites Summer Fun Starts here! Single story 3108 HSF, 3 BR home on .63 acre with sparkling pool & spa. Open floor plan with high ceilings. Huge 4 car garage and RV parking. 140015317 $699,000

Lovely Calmin Knolls home with views on usable acreage with guest quarters and lots of fruit trees and garden areas. 130063426



Nestled in the hills west of Pala Mesa golf course - 3440sf single story 4BD, 3.5BA custom home on 2.71 prof. landscaped acres. Custom outdoor kitchen, palapa, ocean breezes & forever views. Exceptional home with attention to detail. 140014196 $969,000

• Bonsall Building site. Two contiguous parcels totaling 6.64 acres. Property has outstanding view overlooking San Luis Rey Downs and Moosa Canyon. Beautiful building site in an area of high end properties. 140007979 $475,000


Very clean move-in ready 2 bd, 2 ba upgraded unit on the beautiful Pala Mesa Golf Course. Recently renovated master bath with marble, granite, and custom rainfall shower. 140005450 $269,000 OUR AGENTS: Don Bennetts Judy Bresnahan

• Million Dollar Views--A bargain at $200,000! 2+ acres with panoramic views! Property has a Well with reservoir. Beautiful parcel with natural vegetation. Seller may carry with agreeable down payment. Come have a picnic and take in the views! 140002928 $200,000

Pat Bresnahan Melissa Camilli Frank Cerda

Corona - Spacious 4BD, 3BA 3167 SF home in highly desirable Sycamore Creek. Bright & open floor plan w/many builder upgrades. Private custom built saltwater pool. Sycamore Creek amenities. SW13249322 $439,900

Kristin Deile Abby Elston Susie Emory

Jane Felton Jerry Gordon Linda Gordon

• Located in the much sought after Tumble Creek Estates. Build your dream home on this beautiful 2.37 acre lot. Tucked behind a citrus grove with views to the west. Septic layout needs update. CC&R’s and road maintenance agreement. Second parcel also available MLS#140009033. 140009028 $250,000

Bob Hansford Tess Hansford Eddie Harrison

Chris Hasvold Cynthia Hauff Jessica Huber

A home of gracious living with over 3500 esf. of quality craftsmanship. Designed for indoor outdoor living with beautiful views of the Santa Margarita Valley. 140002930 $825,000

Lorene Johnson Cheryl Pizzo Ruth Kavanaugh Vicki Robertson Cathy Kudroshoff Jordan Rochlis

Nancy Schrimpf Donna Shanahan Janice Shannon

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760.803.8377 800.372.0008 CHARMING HOME SURROUNDED BY LUSH mature landscape, beautiful gardens and two covered patios for entertaining. Updated in 2003 including designer flooring, paint, ent center, bookshelves & more! $425,000

BEAUTIFUL UPGRADED SINGLE STORY on cul-de-sac in desirable Pepper Tree Park. Views of nature preserve and sunsets. 4BR/3BA, 2670 sf. 3 car garage, spacious floor plan. $575,000

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760.522.2588 ENJOY YEAR ROUND... Wonderful outdoor living, pool/ spa, cozy fireplace, and built-in kitchen. Spacious single story 4BR home on quiet cul-de-sac, with .50 acre of lush grounds. RV storage, plus attached 3 car garage. $615,000 BRE# 00612840 VILLAGE PROPERTIES

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You will love this custom home built by Don Souther featuring 4br, 3.5bA, including Guest unit on 7.98 view acres. Magnificent ocean view home is privately gated, located in the desirable South Morro Hills area. Approx. 2691 sf & studio approx. 708sf. Offered at $869,000

Call Tom Van Wie 760.703.6400

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Huge deck off master bedroom to admire the unobstructed ocean view. 4BR, 3BA, fireplace, 3 car garage. Immaculate - move-in ready. Great neighborhood.

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