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Volume 18, Issue 27

Local efforts, groups allocated TOT funds

Eleven hospital operators sent RFPs by district

Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent

Debbie Ramsey Managing Editor

The June 24 passage of the County of San Diego’s 2014-15 budget included the allocation of Community Enhancement funds from the County of San Diego’s Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT) revenue, and several Greater Fallbrook organizations will receive grants from the Community Enhancement program. Each county supervisor was given a $599,393 Community Enhancement budget and made recommendations on how much of his or her budget would be given to each group requesting funds. The recommendations were then ratified by the entire San Diego County Board of Supervisors during the approval of the budget. Although the revenue is derived only from TOT money collected from lodging facilities in the unincorporated portion of the county, organizations in incorporated cities are also eligible for funding. Each county supervisor also has a $1 million discretionary Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget,

Fallbrook Healthcare District (FHD) sent out Request for Proposal (RFP) guidelines to 11 hospital management organizations on June 24 in hopes of receiving interest from those who may be interested in operating Fallbrook Hospital or providing some level of service to the community. “The district anticipates response to the Requests for Proposal that will yield strong interest and submissions that

see TOT, page A-8

see OPERATOR, page A-10

$66,000 grant sought for airpark runway design Shane Gibson photo REINS therapeutic riding volunteer, Jonathan Forrester, left, makes sure Bailey Benton is settled into a saddle to ride Cassie at the local therapeutic horsemanship program facility. REINS just received a $10,000 TOT funding grant.

Vallecitos to seek $2 FCPG submits for million bond in Nov. priorities local road projects Debbie Ramsey Managing Editor

Shane Gibson photo Wood rot is seen on posts at Vallecitos Elementary School in Rainbow. The Vallecitos School District will seek an approx. $2 million bond in November for improvements to the facility. Andrea Verdin Special to The Village News The Vallecitos School District (VSD) board of trustees approved specifications for a bond measure to be put on the Nov. 4 ballot at their June board meeting. Funds from the bond would be used for various improvements at the school facility. According to VSD superintendent and principal David Jones, the district board has created a facilities improvement priority list that details various projects and renovations needed for the school building and grounds. “There are some health and safety issues with facilities,” explained Jones, who said the budget for facilities maintenance is “nowhere near” where it should be in order to improve all of the renovations and upgrades required. “These are very much needed improvements,” he said. “We are not asking for a new football field or a swimming pool, or any

Board of trustees approve resolution for bond to improve facilities whistles and bells. We need to take care of our facilities, because our campus does not look appealing. In some areas, it has been 20 to 30 years since replacements or improvements have been made.” Some of the improvements listed include new asphalt for the playground area, new drainage for the school field, a septic system, and removal of a large tree with invasive roots that are lifting up parts of the school building. “Tree removal alone would be a $10,000 decision,” said Jones. The district would also include the installation of a fence alongside the front of the school property for added security and solar panels to be placed on the roof. “A lot is related to the roof,

which needs repair, and will be looked at,” said Jones. “Since we are making improvements to the roof, we may use the solar as a way to bring down our energy bills.” Funds from the bond would also be used for technological infrastructure within the school, allowing teachers to meet new state standards for technology. Jones explained that the resolution was passed by the board, and that a taxpayer survey showed community members would be in favor of the bond measure. Currently, there are no bond measures on the Vallecitos School District community.

see VALLECITOS, page A-9

The Fallbrook Community Planning Group (FCPG) submitted a list of capital improvement priorities for local roadways to the County of San Diego Public Works Department following its June 16 meeting. Anne Burdick, chair of the FCPG circulation committee, presented the list of priorities her group had formulated and made a motion for approval, which passed unanimously. “We have long advocated improving intersections before widening roads, and these lists reflect that principle,” said Burdick. “We also felt that the roads with high traffic volumes and safety concerns should be a primary focus.” Burdick said that seven of 14 proposed intersection improvements are related to the “Fallbrook community’s desire to avoid constructing fourlane roadways on East Mission Road and South Stage Coach Lane, believing that intersection improvements can eliminate much of the “friction” on the road, improve the flow of traffic, and postpone as long as possible the need for a major four-lane construction project.” The capital improvement priority list was set as follows: 1.East Mission Rd. & Santa Margarita Dr.: Traffic signal and intersection improvements 2.Stage Coach Ln. & Reche Rd.: Intersection improvements 3. East Mission Rd. & Ranger Rd.: Road and intersection improvements East Mission/Yucca (Live Oak Park Rd.) East Mission/Old 395/I-15

see FCPG, page A-6

Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent The San Diego County Board of Supervisors voted 5-0 June 18 to authorize three grant applications to the Federal Aviation Administration and the State Division of Aeronautics, including one for design of runway safety improvements at Fallbrook Community Airpark. “This is a typical authority granted by the board for applying and accepting federal and state funding for qualified projects that

see AIRPARK, page A-10

Board of Supervisors approve general plan cleanup Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent The 2011 update to the county’s general plan included direction from the San Diego County Board of Supervisors for periodic updates to reflect corrections, changes of ownership, and new circumstances. On June 18, 2014, the county supervisors voted 4-0, with Ron Roberts absent, to approve the first series of updates. “It’s definitely a cleanup,” said Supervisor Dianne Jacob. The Board of Supervisors

see CLEANUP, page A-11


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‘Farm to Table’ tasting event on July 25

FALLBROOK – At the Summer Nights event scheduled for Friday, July 25, from 5 to 8 p.m., a ‘Farm

to Table’ tasting event will be held. In keeping with the theme, the special vehicles on display will be trucks and tractors. This event’s goal, according to organizers, is not only to highlight local restaurants, but also the local producers they use. Since early Fallbrook was the place to find tractors and trucks of all sizes and designs, it seems fitting to highlight them as well at the event. In its agricultural roots, the fields of Fallbrook were worked and produce was hauled

by these vehicles. O rg a n i z e r s o f t h i s e v e n t encourage those with old trucks and tractors to bring them into town for others to see. New trucks and tractors are welcome as well. Drivers of these vehicles should park on Main Ave. from Alvarado Street south. For more information, call Fallbrook Village Association at (760) 723-8384 or email For tickets to the tasting part of the event, visit

Volunteer puppy raisers to speak at Women’s Connection brunch on July 18 Rick and Janet Williams of Canine Companions for Independence will speak to the Fallbrook Women’s Connection on July 18. Courtesy photo

Author Lauren Cobb to visit Writers Read FA L L B R O O K – Wr i t e r s Read will present Lauren Cobb, author and professor of English at Bemidji State University, Minn., on Tuesday, July 8, from 6 to 7:30 p.m., in the Fallbrook Library community room. Cobb will be reading from and discussing her collection of

connected short stories, “Boulevard Women.” Winner of the 2012 G. S. Sharat Chandra Prize for Short Fiction, the collection delves into the lives of three women, born in three distinct generations and living as neighbors in Athens, Georgia. The author ’s presentation is preceded by open mic, and

members of the public are invited to bring their original poetry and short prose (maximum six minutes) to read. Fallbrook Library is located at 124 S. Mission Road. For more information, contact Girija Karamcheti at (760) 7314653.


EventsCalendar July July 4 – 4 p.m. – 10th annual July 4 event to be held as a fundraiser for the Fallbrook Beautification Alliance at the Grand Tradition Estate. Food vendors on site, games, rubber raft races, live music, fireworks extravaganza, and more.

Tickets $20/adults in advance ($25 at door); kids 11/under free. See for more information. July 11 – 5 to 8 p.m. – Fallbrook Summer Nights event in historic downtown; theme “Friday Night

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FALLBROOK – Fallbrook residents Janet and Rick Williams, volunteer puppy raisers, will speak on “Raising Exceptional Dogs for Exceptional People,” at the Fallbrook Women’s Connection brunch planned for Friday, July 18 from 10 a.m. to noon at the Grand Tradition Estate & Gardens. The Williams’ will bring their dog “Mike” to the event. The Williams will be representing Canine Companions For

Independence, and tell how they raise and provide assistance dogs for people with special needs. June Wade, a professional country/inspirational awardwinning vocalist, will tell how “She Learned to Forgive Those Who Had Hurt Her.” Pianist Jean Dixon will also perform. All women are invited to attend, and at this month’s program one may bring boys and girls 10-16 years of age for only $10, which includes their brunch. Childcare free for younger children with reservation. Adult tickets are $20/each. To RSVP, call Ginny at (760) 7233633 or Sheila at (760) 731-7025. Sponsored by Stonecroft Ministries.

Sheriff’s Dept. reports upswing in theft of garden tools FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Sheriff’s Command has announced it has seen an increase in the reporting of theft of garden tools from unsecured storage sheds in the area. The most common tool being stolen is the weed whacker. According to Sheriff’s crime prevention specialist John McLelland, “Not long ago, there was a countywide series of weed whackers being stolen from stores, but apparently it has been discovered that it is easier to steal them from unlocked storage sheds, be they in someone’s back yard, in a grove, or in a large, open field. Those owning weed whackers

and/or similar tools are encouraged to engrave some sort of identifying name/number/mark in an inconspicuous place on the item, McLelland said. “If you need an engraver, you may borrow one free of charge from the Fallbrook Sheriff ’s substation or someone will even come out to your place and do the engraving for you, free of charge,” he said. Residents are reminded to secure storage sheds as best as possible. For more information or assistance with engraving items, call McLelland at (760) 451-3124.

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Local Fallbrook resident hosts charit y fundraiser event for Laughing Pony Rescue

Courtesy photos From left, Nancy Priestly, vice president of Laughing Pony Rescue and organizer of the charity event; Larry Wight, charity auctioneer; Evelyn Zeller, contributor and host of the charity event, and Jill Baker, contributor and patron are seen at the June 14 fundraiser.

Celia Sciacca, founder of Laughing Pony Rescue in Rancho Santa Fe, talks about the current and future vision of the rescue’s therapeutic programs at the fundraising event in Fallbrook June 14.

GOT TERMITES? Call for these great deals! Mattie Mangione sings for supporters of a charity fundraising event in Fallbrook on June 14 for Laughing Pony Rescue. Mangione sang on a pilot TV show for a year and a half at CBS Studios with Dyan Cannon who ended up being her mentor. FALLBROOK – Fallbrook resident Evelyn Zeller opened her estate to host a charity fundraiser for Laughing Pony Rescue of Rancho Santa Fe on June 14. Zeller is a friend and supporter of the worthy cause. The event featured wine tasting, entertainment and a live auction, which raised over $1,200 to feed the horses. Laughing Pony Rescue, a nonprofit 501(c)3 founded in 2009, is dedicated to rescuing and rehabilitating sick, abused, and abandoned horses of any breed. The rescue effort helps horses and humans together. “Our long term goal is to have a facility where disabled children and adults can take part

in therapeutic riding programs featuring rescued horses,” said an affiliate. Celia Sciacca, the president of Laughing Pony Rescue, has rescued more than 300 horses to date, nursed them back to healthy mind, body and spirit and adopted them out to loving homes. Each day, Sciacca and her team of volunteers take care of up to 20 horses at the Laughing Pony Rescue Ranch. They have other rescue horses in their network being fostered at ranches around Southern California. The rescue operation, rehabilitation, training, and sponsorship/adoption efforts take hard work, but volunteers said it has been well worth it “when

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From the CEO Summer is in full swing here in Fallbrook, with so many exciting events being brought to us by local organizations to celebrate the season. Visit the Fallbrook Chamber website for lots of fun experiences. We urge you to check out what our members are doing as well – farmer’s markets, yoga, wine tastings and pairings, music, craft fairs and summer specials! Shop local! With lots

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Opinion they said since we are private property they can not do anything. May I ask this question: “Do we pay the same property taxes as though living on county streets?” The principal of Potter has been extremely nice; he went over to talk to the parents and they laughed at him. Does anyone know the address or phone number of these inconsiderate persons on TAC. If parents do not obey our signs on Los Conejos, do you think they will obey what they are doing on Reche? Phyllis Brown

Let’s have fun One can never have too much fun. If it’s not fun, I am not doing it. These are two of my mottos for living that came to mind last night at the June 20 “Wine & A Bite.” It was fun in its gaiety, good food, and good wine. It was like a block party, and so nice to see so much activity in the evening in downtown Fallbrook. After a while you felt like you knew everyone as we kept passing on the sidewalk between venues. My favorite food was presented by La Caseta, Peking Wok, and Tutto Dolce for their chocolaty

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Re: “TAC recommends modification of Reche Road parking prohibitions” [Village News 6/26/14] This is absolutely an enormous waste of funds, plus will put added stress on Los Conejos. We already have a terrible time getting into and out of Los Conejos at close of school. One day I had to stop on Reche because parents were parked on both sides of Los Conejos with no place for me to go until the car coming out backed up. Parents park on both sides of our street, which is marked “private property, no parking” on both sides. A man was parked right beside the sign that said “no parking any time.” I stopped and asked the man what the sign said, his reply was obscene. I went down to the Sheriff’s station and

chocolate gelato. Residents of Fallbrook and elsewhere: let’s unite and get out there and support our community businesses while having fun. In July and August, there will be another early evening of the “Wine & A Bite” event sponsored by the Fallbrook Chamber. Granted, there are more serious issues at hand, like saving Fallbrook Hospital, but in between our efforts, let’s have fun. Beverly Thordarson

In the Spring of 2013 our two local water companies, RMWD and FPUD, entered into a oneyear trial merger, during which the temporarily merged company not only successfully delivered water to all its customers, they did so at a savings of $1,000,000! Despite this successful trial, RMWD chose to exit the merger, whereupon FPUD initiated a unilateral action to take over RMWD. The only reason given by Rainbow’s directors for exiting the merger and opposing the takeover was “the rights of their voters” to

select one director from each of their five divisions, rather than “atlarge,” as is done at FPUD. So, we see that RMWD directors vote to ensure their own re-election rather than choose the path that provides water at significantly lower cost to all their customers. Fellow RMWD customers: voice your opinion for savings or save the jobs of your tone-deaf directors. Email LAFCO at mike. The open comment period ends July 12. Dan Collins

“New friend” very thoughtful After church on Father’s Day, five of us went to lunch at Z Café in Bonsall. While waiting for our table, one of our friends began talking to the young man he was sitting next to. Our friend was at the Battle of the Bulge in WWII. When we were seated near them in the restaurant, some of the conversation continued. When it came time to pay our bill

the waitress said that our “new friend” had already taken care of it. She showed us the bill and on it was written, “Thanks for your service in WWII - God bless.” The waitress thought his name was Pete; anyway thank you so much. God bless you. Bonnie Nielsen

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Local Fallbrook alum to attend retreat in Taiwan FALLBROOK – Fallbrook High alum Tyler McCune will be spending part of his summer vacation in monastic robes while participating in the Fo Guang Shan Buddhist Monastic Retreat at the Fo Guang Shan Monastery in Southern Taiwan. Fo Guang Shan Temple, the largest Buddhist monastery in Taiwan, is opening its doors to 50 to 60 university students interested in experiencing authentic Chinese Buddhist monastic life. Past participant Justin Whitaker wrote in a blog that the program has a “notable intensity factor.” McCune says he wants to work hard and is ready for whatever is thrown at him. “I know that it’s going to be a lot of work,” McCune said, “but I’m really excited to be part of something so special.”

Participants are expected to adhere to the five basic ethics of Buddhism and eat a monastic diet, which consists of strict lacto-ovo vegetarianism. Once the participants are accustomed to daily monastic life, they will begin the next phase, a one-week silent Chan meditation retreat. According to the Fo Guang Shan website, “This retreat, lasting seven days and held in full silence, will take place in the Fo Guang Shan Chan meditation hall, led by experienced monastic meditation teachers. This is valuable time to apply the Buddhist teachings learnt in the first two weeks to look deep within one’s own mind, a critical part of the process of Buddhist spiritual development.” McCune said this phase of the retreat is what he is looking forward to most and hopes that he

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from page A-1 4. Knottwood Way Extension: Road reconstruction 5. Calavo/Brooke Rd. & S. Stage Coach Ln.: Three-way signal and intersection improvements 6. Stage Coach Ln. & Fallbrook St.: Intersection improvements and traffic signal 7. Stage Coach Ln. & Alvarado St.: Intersection improvements 8. Ammunition Rd.: Sidewalks (north and south sides) 9. Elder St. between Elbrook & Potter St.: Sidewalks for pedestrian safety in hospital area 10. Clemmens Ln.: Sidewalk between S. Mission & Old Stage Rd. (north side) 11. R e c h e R d . a t L i v e O a k Elementary School: Intersection

improvements 12. Stage Coach Ln. & E. Mission Rd.: Intersection improvements 13. Pepper Tree Ln. Extension: Road construction & traffic signal at S. Mission Rd. 14. Stewart Canyon Rd. & I-15 Interchange Road improvement projects (sealing and repaving) were also prioritized by the FCPG circulation committee. According to Burdick, her committee “evaluated the road improvements based on traffic volume and safety concerns.” The list of priorities carried the instruction that the Dept. of Public Works should consider adding trails and pathways wherever possible. That motion passed unanimously as well.

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SAVE THE DOWNS! Save The Heart of Bonsall! The water on the San Luis Rey Downs Golf Course will be turned off August 6th.

A Mitigation Bank Here Will Create: NO access for public enjoyment, because it will be fenced off. This will destroy existing habitat, wildlife, beauty and serenity, leaving us with a fenced in weed trap and a mosquito infested stagnant wetland, rodents, homeless camps and a fire hazard.

Are you willing to accept this for Bonsall? This is NOT a done deal!!!!

The San Luis Rey Downs Golf Course is a rare layout. It was designed by one of the best golf course designers of the 20th Century. Billy Bell Jr. completed the design in 1961 shortly after he mapped out Torrey Pines. Noted Golf Commentator Gary McCord places the Downs on his own list of “Top10 Greatest Courses” along with Augusta and Pebble Beach. Closing this course removes the recreational opportunity and financial benefit to North County and would be a travesty.

Urgent: Send your letters, emails & phone calls, of opposition to Bill Horn today! He can stop this from happening in his district.

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costs related to data dissemination. The Bonsall Chamber of Commerce received $17,500 of its $71,500 request. The chamber will use $10,500 to expand the chamber’s service areas and $7,000 for an additional employee to double the chamber’s operating hours and add tourism center activities. The chamber was given $15,000 of 2013-14 Community Enhancement funds. The Fallbrook Art Association received $10,000, which is less than last year’s $10,250 grant and the $11,450 sought for 2014-15. The money will fund gallery rental and marketing for two annual shows at the Fallbrook Art Center. Fallbrook Center for the Arts,

from page A-1 so some Community Enhancement requests can be fulfilled by that source. The $3,000 for the American Association of University Women’s Fallbrook chapter matches its 201314 amount although that is less than the organization’s $7,500 request. The funding covers $1,200 for interns and educators to analyze the age appropriateness and develop a rating system for films for student audiences, $1,000 for the design and printing of educational materials in support of human trafficking awareness, and $800 for postage






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although not the entirety of the desired $155,000. The chamber will spend $60,000 for the Avocado Festival and $20,000 for tourism and visitors support. The Fallbrook chamber was also allocated $3,000 of 2013-14 TOT funding during the June 17 Board of Supervisors meeting. The money had originally been awarded to the Camp Pendleton Historical Society for an intern to catalog and archive materials and for an administrative assistant contractor, but the historical society was unable to use those funds for the approved purpose. The reallocation to the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce will help create a new visitors center. The Fallbrook Gem and Mineral Society obtained $4,000 of its $5,000 request. The money will be used for meeting room audio/visual equipment for public meetings, school groups including home school groups, and community groups. Last year the society received $3,200. The Fallbrook Land Conservancy Foundation requested $11,380 and received $10,000. The funding will provide $4,000 to clear trails and fire roads in the Santa Margarita Rivershed and for a video camera to prevent vehicle break-ins at the Sandia Creek Trailhead, $3,500 for Stage Coach Sunday activities, $1,000 for Walkabout

• Fallbrook Chamber - $80,000 + $3,000 • Center for the Arts - $30,000 • Bonsall Chamber - $17,500 • Live Oak Park Coalition $12,500 • Pauma Valley Comm. Org. $12,500 • REINS - $10,000 • Fallbrook Art Assoc. - $10,000 • Fallbrook Land Conservancy Foundation - $10,000 • S.D. Winery-Vintner Comm. Dev. Council - $5,000 • Gem & Mineral Society $4,000 • AAUW - $3,000 • Friends of Community Center - $3,000 • FACT Inc. - $2,000 Inc., requested $61,500 and was allocated $30,000. The grant will cover $13,500 for marketing support, $10,000 for exterior signage at the art school, and $6,500 for exterior signage at the art center. Refurbishing signage at the Fallbrook Art Center was one of the allowable uses of a $20,000 Neighborhood Reinvestment Program grant allocated May 20. Last year the organization received $20,500 of TOT funding. The Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce will be given $80,000, an increase from last year’s $60,000

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The Rotary Club of Bonsall Special Thanks to Food & Brewery Vendors Golden Coast Mead Twisted Manzanita Brewing Co. Prohibition Brewing Co.

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Wiens Brewing Co. Fratelli’s italian Kitchen Temecula olive oil Company

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Entertainment: Restless Blues Band • Sugaray Rayford • Robin Alder Trio • Derek Busuttil & Kevin Krieg

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St. Petersburg Vodka Stan Lawrence Portrait Art Photography Sticks and Stones Sugar Shack Teepee Tea Gallerie Tekila Cocina Mexicana Temecula Creek Inn Temecula Olive Oil Company Teri Mcrea The Cosmopolitan Tin Fish Trader Joe’s Transcendent Touch Tres Chic Boutique USS Midway Museum Village Pizza Vineyard Vines Vista Entertainment Center Vista Valley Country Club Westgate Hotel Wheel Fun Rentals Whole Foods Wilson Creek Winery & Vineyard Wines for Humanity XTERRA Yanni’s Bistro Zin Restaurant & Wine Bar Zoological Society of San Diego Zulu Nyala

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“If the bond is passed, it will be about $30 per year for every $100,000 of the assessed value of a home in the district,” said Jones. “This is not on what people originally paid on the home, it is on what the value of the home is currently assessed at.” “The bond will be for approximately $2 million,” he said. The bond measure is projected to be voted on during the Nov. 4 election, and a district committee will be formed to educate the community on the fund use. “It is our job to educate homeowners and inform them on the decision,” said Jones. “Since [board] approval has just passed, we have not yet formed the committee. If someone is interested in getting involved, they can contact me directly. We are interested in having town hall meetings and making calls to explain what we are doing.”

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25 YEARS We’re celebrating 25 years of bringing you the delicious Nessy quality you have come to love and expect! We sincerely “Thank you!”, our longstanding loyal customers and newest fans, for supporting Nessy on our 25-year journey.

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have been approved by the Board of Supervisors,” said County Airports director Pete Drinkwater. The FAA sets aside entitlement grants each year for qualifying airports. The county’s general aviation airports, including Fallbrook Community Airpark, are each entitled to $150,000 annually; much of that money is used for repair and major maintenance. The FAA in conjunction with the State Division of Aeronautics also has a discretionary grant program. The FAA’s Airport Improvement Program provides grants which fund up to 90 percent of qualified airport improvement projects. Although the grants are competitive, the FAA allocates a certain amount for each class of airports in each FAA region. The State Division of Aeronautics has a California Aid to Airports Program which offers grants of up to 5 percent of the FAA award when the state budget allows; since 5 percent of 90 percent is 4.5 percent the county would only be responsible for 5.5 percent of a project’s cost if full federal and state grant money is awarded. The county’s contributions are provided through the Airport Enterprise Fund derived from rent collected from businesses leasing land. From time to time grant funds become available toward the end of the federal and state fiscal years when airports in the region are unable to complete projects. The grant applications authorized June 18 seek money from that funding source, so their success will

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will address needs and concerns of the community,” said FHD administrator Vi Dupre. Dupre said that the district asked that the entities confirm acknowledgement of the RFP information by July 3 so as to be certain the information was received by all parties. The 11 organizations that RFPs were sent to include: • Loma Linda • Prime Health Care (operates

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depend on the amount available from that source as well as the competitiveness of the County Airports projects. The grant application for Fallbrook Community Airpark requests $650,000. “This would be for the design phase,” Drinkwater said. “This is just to get the design done.” According to the county’s Airport Capital Improvement Program, the design work is scheduled for 2015 should the grant be approved. The construction itself, which has a $6,000,000 cost estimate, is scheduled for 2017. “We don’t have a design yet. The design has to be finished first,” Drinkwater said. “You can’t apply for a grant to construct something if you don’t have a design completed.” The plans for the Fallbrook Community Airpark runway improvements include moving the runway 240 feet south, which will create safety areas at both ends of the runway. The project will also provide the foundation for the airport to comply with current air field design standards. The other two grant requests are for the former Cajon Speedway site at Gillespie Field in El Cajon; a $10,430,000 grant would cover construction while an additional $200,000 award would allow for environmental mitigation. If any of the grants the county seeks are awarded, the Board of Supervisors will approve the advertisement for bid and award of a construction contract at the appropriate time.

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In addition, Dupre said another hospital group’s agent contacted the district for RFP information but would not disclose its identity at the time. The district has asked any interested organizations to direct all questions concerning the RFP process to them by July 31 and have set a deadline of Aug. 31 for the submissions to sent in. “The RFPs received will be diligently reviewed, queries addressed - as well as presented, and in-depth conversations with presenters pursued,” said Dupre. Dupre said when it comes to proposals for running a hospital or providing a medical service, “There are a great many variables involved.” “The [Fallbrook Healthcare District] board can look at a variety of comparison factors – who and what type of entity? What is the track record of successful operation of similar-sized facilities? What types of ideas do they have for the current/future of the facilities, and so forth.” Fallbrook Hospital Corporation (Community Health Systems) made public June 12 that it intended to discontinue providing core services at the hospital in roughly four months. Information on file showed the company had lost $5.8 million in the last fiscal year and $4.5 million the year before. To comment on this story online, visit

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directed county staff to develop a “clean-up” in the form of a general plan amendment every two years. Because the initial general plan update was a multi-year process with much of the analysis occurring on a macro scale, it was expected that oversights requiring correction would be found. The update direction also anticipated the need to clarify or revise policies or definitions in the general plan or community plans and to provide a process to handle changes in circumstances including changes in state law or ownership changes from private to public. The updates also accommodate minor community planning group or community sponsor group requests. “I do appreciate the staff going through these one by one,” said Supervisor Bill Horn. The modifications include three land use map changes in the Rainbow community planning area. Approximately six acres of a 33.36-acre parcel were changed from Rural Lands 20 (one dwelling unit per 20 acres) to Freeway Commercial, an 86-acre parcel was changed from Public Agency Lands to Tribal Lands, and a 93acre parcel which is now part of the Mount Olympus Preserve was changed from Rural Lands 40 to Open Space Conservation. The changes to the mobility element included correcting typographical errors for Olive Hill Road and Mission Road, changing the Osborne Street classification, revising a segment classification boundary for Old Highway 395, and correcting a segment boundary for DeLuz Road. Changes to the Rainbow Community Plan include new and revised policies related to biological mitigation and protection of agricultural operations. The changes to the general plan’s conservation and open space element included making the general plan consistent with the scenic highways identified in the Bonsall Community Plan. The 33.36-acre parcel west of Interstate 15 at Rainbow Valley Boulevard is owned by Gordon Stubblefield. It has A70 Limited Agriculture zoning with a minimum lot size of four acres. The Rural Lands 20 designation allowed only one dwelling unit, and the conversion of the six acres to C44 Freeway Commercial zoning will allow for a service station behind an existing truck weigh station which could include services for semi-trucks on the west side of the freeway and thus reduce semi-truck volume on the east side of I-15. Although the conversion of the six acres was the intent of the Board of Supervisors, it was not included on the August 2011 map. The 86-acre parcel east of I-15 and accessed by Rainbow Heights Road has been transferred into trust status to become part of the Pechanga Indian Reservation. All lands within reservations are given the Tribal Lands designation. The most recent acquisition to the Mount Olympus Preserve was approved by the Board of Supervisors in November 2011. The property is now maintained by the county’s Department of Parks and Recreation and can be accessed from Mount Olympus Valley Road. Olive Hill Road from the Fallbrook community planning area boundary to State Route 76 has been classified as a light collector with intermittent turn lanes; the designation did not change although a typographical error in the classification category was corrected. The segment of West Mission Road and East Mission Road from North Mission Road to Interstate 15 remains a light collector with continuous turn lanes from Mission Road to Brandon Road; the documentation correction replaced the cited South Mission Road with North Mission Road. East Mission Road is classified as a boulevard with continuous turn lanes from Brandon Road to I-15; no changes were required for that segment. Osborne Street from the Vista city limit to East Vista Way is a light collector. The update changed plans for the road from a raised median to intermittent turn lanes. The inclusion of Old Highway 395 in the mobility element in the Fallbrook planning area had covered that road from the Rainbow planning boundary to the Bonsall planning boundary; the changes now cover the road from the Rainbow boundary to the I-15 interchange and from East Mission Road to the Bonsall boundary. The

Fallbrook/Bonsall Village News planned raised median segment was changed from between I-15 and Pala Mesa Drive to between East Mission Road and Pala Mesa Drive. Old Highway 395 is a community collector from I-15 to the Rainbow boundary, between Pala Mesa Drive and East Mission Road, and from Highway 76 to the Bonsall boundary. The road is a boulevard with intermittent turn lanes from Pala Mesa Drive to Highway 76. DeLuz Road had been classified as a light collector from the Fallbrook planning boundary to Cristianitos Road; the change now covers the road between the Fallbrook boundary and DeLuzMurrieta Road. The Rainbow Community Plan had required new development to preserve and maintain the existing agricultural use. Property owners cannot be required to maintain agricultural operations, so the change from a requirement to encouragement makes that policy consistent with the general plan policy which calls for minimizing impacts to agriculture and consolidating development to support continued agricultural operations but does not require the preservation and maintenance of all agricultural uses. The Rainbow Community Plan had also required development projects to locate mitigation within the community planning area. That requirement was changed to a preference for mitigation within the planning area to create open space and trails along with consideration of local options first. Appropriate mitigation must be based on biological considerations, so a policy based on community planning boundaries is likely not

legally defensible. The modifications added a new Rainbow Community Plan policy which requires development to be sited in the least biologically sensitive area and to minimize the loss of natural habitat through site design. Another new Rainbow Community Plan policy protects existing agricultural operations from the encroachment of incompatible land uses by restricting the ability of new development to limit existing agricultural land uses, encouraging new or expanded agricultural uses to provide a buffer of nonintensive agriculture or other uses, allowing for agricultural uses and lots in a manner which facilitates continued agriculture

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within a development, requiring development to minimize potential conflicts through adequate buffers and setbacks or other design measures, supporting local and state right-to-farm regulations, and retaining or facilitating large and contiguous agricultural operations by consolidating development during the subdivision process. Initially the general plan’s scenic highway designations included Camino Del Rey from the Oceanside city limits east to Vista Way. The changes add scenic designation for Camino Del Rey from State Route 76 to Old Highway 395 and also designate Old River Road as a scenic highway from State Route 76 to Camino Del Rey. On Jan. 24, the county’s planning

commission voted 6-0, with John Riess absent, to recommended the general plan modifications. “I just want to compliment the staff for trying to go through some very sticky items here,” said Supervisor Dave Roberts. To comment on this story online, visit

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ooking for the perfect groundcover? Need to replace a shrub or tree? The new Nifty 50 brochure has you covered. One of the region’s most popular WaterSmart plant guides, Nifty 50, has been updated and is available free at FPUD, also at other local water agencies and conservation gardens. It’s a great resource whether you don’t have a clue what you want to plant, or if you’re something of a gardening expert who is just looking for something new. The Nifty 50 brochure is part of our region’s long-running efforts to promote water-use efficiency. It includes 50 plants selected because they are attractive, readily available in retail nurseries, non-invasive and easy to maintain. Highlighted plants typically last for years, fit the scale of residential landscapes and – once established – tolerate drought. The Nifty 50 brochure is periodically updated to reflect changing plant preferences. The latest version includes perennials such as French lavender, groundcover such as trailing lantana, and trees such as sweet bay. It also offers tips for reducing the amount of water used on landscapes, whether they are filled with conventional plants or drought-tolerant varieties. Copies of the guide – complete with full-color photos of each plant – are free at FPUD. For an electronic version of the guide, go to Click on the news item about the guide and then on the image of the Nifty 50 brochure. •

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A pleasurable evening stroll Wine & A Bite Art Walk features food, wine, and art

Fallbrook Honorary Mayor Martin Quiroz chooses from the food provided by Peking Wok at the Wine & A Bite Art Walk on June 20.

Bob Hillery, left, of CR Properties hands a glass of wine provided by Fallbrook Winery to Wine & A Bite Art Walk attendee Annette Higby on June 20.

Guests attending the June 20 Wine & A Bite Art Walk chat with robot artist Jim Behrman, right, inside Brandon Gallery.

Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce staff member Lacy Schwartz pours a glass of Coastal Ridge California Cabernet Sauvignon during the first Wine & A Bite Art Walk of the season on June 20 in the historic downtown area. The chamber sponsors the events.

Local artist Jack Ragland paints a portrait of his wife, Marilee, seated right, inside the Classic Flooring store during the Wine & A Bite Art Walk event.

Watercolor artist Susan Keith paints a picture inside Brandon Gallery during the first Wine & A Bite Art Walk of the summer. The remaining two events will be held July 18 and August 15. See for details.

Becky Varney, inside She She La Boutique, helps herself to some food provided by Major Market for the June 20 Wine & A Bite Art Walk. Attendees of the event strolled up and down historic Main Ave. to different stops for art, food, and wine.

Shane Gibson photos Fabio Peraro, right, of Tutto Dolce, ‘A Sweet Taste of Italy’, hands a gelato sample to Mike McCaffery during the June 20 Wine & A Bite Art Walk.

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Health Innovative Healthcare Consultants honor employees

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FALLBROOK – Innovative Healthcare Consultants is happy to announce their Employee of the Quarter award for the first quarter of 2014 is Maria Vergara and Employee of the Quarter for the second quarter of 2014 is

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Courtesy photos independence, delivering peace of mind, and avoiding institutional care. At Innovative Healthcare Consultants the goal is to provide a high quality of life for seniors, and these two caregivers have consistently shown that to all of their clients. Both Vergara and Smith are said to be exceptional in the care they provide and have gone “above and beyond” with each client they visit.

Innovative’s RN care managers manage complex situations and find positive solutions for all care concerns. They simplify, advocate, coordinate and proactively guide the care allowing family to just be family. “We want to express our heartfelt thanks to both Maria and Pearl and honor them as employee of the quarter,” said Colleen Van Horn, CEO of Innovative Healthcare Consultants.

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Palomar Health names Hemker new President, CEO ESCONDIDO – Palomar Health board of directors has named Robert “Bob” Hemker as the new president and chief executive officer of Palomar Health, effective Aug. 15. Hemker has served as the chief financial officer for Palomar Health for the past 13 years, including a stint as interim CEO in 2002. After careful deliberation, the board made this unanimous decision on June 23, following the resignation announcement by Michael Covert on May 30. Covert will leave Palomar Health on Aug. 15. “We are delighted to make this appointment as part of the succession plan and policy developed several years ago,” said Palomar Health board of directors chairman Ted Kleiter. “Bob has the level of experience and background to lead Palomar Health through these challenging times. With his leadership in

the financial arena and his close working relationship with the executive management team and medical staff leadership, he was a natural choice.” Hemker has more than 30 years in the healthcare industry and was appointed as chief financial officer of Palomar Health in May 2001. His extensive experience includes managing the financial and operational aspects of healthcare organizations and working closely with the community, physicians and board representatives. His career also includes CFO, COO and CEO experience in for-profit, not-for-profit and governmental acute care hospitals in Southern California and Hawaii. “I am humbled by the faith the board has shown in me,” said Hemker. “I am excited to have the privilege of continuing to serve Palomar Health in the role of president and CEO.”

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was made, ask the butcher or someone in the meat department of the supermarket to grind up a fresh batch. Otherwise, a food processor or an attachment on a stand mixer can be used to grind the meat at home. Fat has flavor While dietary concerns must be evaluated, it’s a fact that ground turkey or chicken are lower in fat than beef. However, if one is choosing a lower fat option, more seasoning is needed to enhance the flavor usually contributed by the fat in beef. For beef eaters, a fair amount of fat (18 to 20 percent) keep burgers moist and juicy. Either a fair fat content or extra seasonings help guarantee flavorful burgers. Keep the meat cold Chilled burger patties will firm up and hold their shape better during cooking. Leave the premade patties in the refrigerator until the last minute. Keep patties on ice if cooking burgers in batches. Don’t over-handle the meat Compressing the meat and handling it too much can lead to dry, dense burgers. Avoid tough meat by handling it as little as possible. Keeping one’s hands wet while shaping the patties helps them come together easily.

Oil up the grill Depending on a person’s preference, by applying either non-stick spray or oil on a clean grill will prevent burgers from sticking during cooking.

Make sure the grill is super-hot The goal is to cook burgers over high heat and fast. This is achieved with a very hot grill. It may only take three to five minutes per side to cook the burgers, depending on the thickness of the patty.

Flip only once Wait until the burgers have been grilling for a few minutes and they will release more easily from the grill grate. Flip them over and allow them to cook a few minutes more. This helps keep the juices inside the meat and prevents the

burgers from turning into burnt hockey pucks. Resist the urge to squash the burgers Pushing down on the burgers with the spatula will only force the juices out. If one wants dry burgers, press them down. If one wants nice, juicy burgers, step away from the spatula. Allow the burgers to rest Take the burgers off the grill and let them rest for five minutes so that all of their juice redistributes through the patty. Toast the hamburger buns and then serve the burgers with everyone’s favorite toppings. The cook can then dig in and enjoy his/her efforts, as well as the compliments from other diners.

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Entertainment Rock musical ‘Nex t to Normal’ in Temecula July 11-13 TEMECULA – The startling, acclaimed rock musical “Next to Normal,” starring Susan Jordan DeLeon and Victor Hernandez, will kick off Cabaret at The Merc’s 2014 summer series the weekend of July 11-13 at the Old Town Temecula Community Theater. Winner of the 2010 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and three 2009 Tony Awards (Best Score, Best Actress in a Musical, and Best Orchestrations), “Next to Normal” features music by Tom Kitt, book and lyrics by Brian Yorkey. Fresh

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Getting in the swim of things

FHS swim instructor Sarah Draves, right, uses toys to get Nathan Geis comfortable in the pool at a Fallbrook High swim lesson on June 26.

Taylor Guerrettaz jumps in the pool during a Fallbrook High School swim lesson session on June 26.

Isabella Toliver learns to dive during swim lessons at Fallbrook High on June 26.

Swim instructor Mike Maryn, left, encourages Chance Conover to take a leap off the diving board during a Fallbrook High School swim lesson.

Swim instructor Sam McDaniels, left, teaches Anthony Fanelli the basics of swimming at the Fallbrook High School pool.

Karley Busby takes a breath of air while learning to swim during a Fallbrook High swim lesson on June 26.

Annika Boddaert learns swimming techniques by kicking while hanging on to the side of the pool during a Fallbrook High swim lesson on June 26.

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Sports Fallbrook track and field wraps up season Sophomore Mikey Sykes clears 6’3” at CIF finals

Fallbrook’s Joe Smissen runs the hurdles during a regular league meet during the 2014 season. Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent

close out dual meet competition. “I think we competed fairly well with most of the teams. The only team that really dominated us was Carlsbad,” Arias said. “I was fairly pleased with what we did.” Sykes and other newcomers helped contribute to that. “We had some new people step up,” Arias said. Only dual meet records determine team league championships. The league meet, which this year took place at El Camino, produces individual league champions and CIF meet qualifiers. The May 13 preliminaries were conducted as planned, although the fires in the county caused the finals to be postponed from the original May 16 date to May 19. “We had a couple of kids who were close to being league champions,” Arias said. Hayden Haldi was second in both the discus throw and the long jump. Tanner Miller of El Camino threw the discus 146’6” with Haldi achieving a throw of 146’5”. Haldi had a long jump of 21’4”. Trevino Cordova was also second in two events, completing the 100-meter dash in 11.04 seconds and the 200-meter dash in 23.04 seconds. The tiebreaker of earlier missed jumps cost Sykes the league championship in the high jump. Sykes was one of three jumpers to clear 5’11”, but Zack Fernandez of La Costa Canyon was the

Fallbrook High School sophomore Mikey Sykes, who was in his first year as a track and field participant, cleared 6’3” in the high jump at the CIF San Diego Section finals May 31 at Mt. Carmel High School. The distance gave Sykes a three-way tie for fifth place. The top three finishers in each event qualify for the CIF state meet, and the tie among the three jumpers who cleared 6’3” was broken based on earlier missed attempts. “Mike did very well. He was one jump away from qualifying for the state meet,” said Fallbrook head coach Marco Arias. “He’s going to be one to watch.” As a team the Warrior boys finished 4-4 in dual meets, including 2-3 in Avocado West League competition. Fallbrook’s girls were 3-5 overall and 1-4 in league meets. The Warrior boys and girls both defeated Westview to open the dual meet season, and both squads defeated Orange Glen in pre-league competition. During the league season the boys defeated El Camino and La Costa Canyon while the girls’ victory was against El Camino. “The win against La Costa Canyon was really big for the boys,” Arias said. The Warriors had a May 8 home meet against La Costa Canyon to

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league champion and Sykes placed second. Although Matt Doyle of Rancho Buena Vista won the boys 400-meter run league championship with a lap of 51.59 seconds, Fallbrook took second, third, and fifth after qualifying three runners for the nine-lane finals. Oscar Ruvalcaba had a time of 52.36 seconds, DeQuincy Roberson took 52.37 seconds, and Sierra Arteaga had the fifth-place time of 52.64 seconds.

Rosanne Lopez had the best finish at the league meet among Fallbrook’s girls, completing the 800-meter race in 2:20.71 for second place. Mikala Tidd and Taryn Ransbury both cleared 8’1” in the pole vault with Tidd capturing third place and Ransbury being given fifth place. The CIF preliminaries took place May 24 at Mt. Carmel High School. “We did okay,” Arias said. The top nine Division I finishers and the top nine Division II finishers in each event at the CIF preliminaries advance to the finals; the top nine overall advance to the “A” race or field event flight while the next nine compete in the “B” race or flight. Sykes advanced to the “A” high jump flight while Haldi had distances worthy of the “A” discus flight and the “B” long jump flight. The 6’3” Sykes cleared during the preliminaries was worth a four-way share of second place in Division I with Sykes earning fourth based on earlier misses. Haldi’s discus throw of 145’1” was the sixthlongest Division I distance in the preliminaries while his long jump of 21 feet 1 1/2 inches was seventh among Division I boys. Fallbrook’s boys 4x100 and 4x400 relay teams also participated in the CIF section preliminaries as did Cordova in the 100-meter dash and 200-meter dash, Rene Hernandez in the 800-meter and 1,600-meter races, and Elijah Roque and Sam Comerford in the 1,600-meter run. John Pease

Lady Warrior Katherine Regotti runs the 110-meter during a regular league meet in the 2014 season.

was initially given a lane in the 300-meter hurdles race but was scratched out due to an injury. The only Fallbrook girls in the CIF preliminaries were Lopez in the 800-meter run and Sarah Grantham in the 300-meter hurdles. Neither qualified for the finals. Haldi injured his back during the long jump at the CIF finals. His best distance was 20 feet 10 1/4 inches, which placed 16th among the 18 finals jumpers. The injury prevented Haldi from throwing the discus at the finals. Arteaga, Cordova, Grantham, Haldi, Hernandez, and Lopez were seniors. Pease, Ransbury, Roque, and Tidd were juniors. The sophomores included Comerford, Roberson, and Ruvalcaba along with Sykes. “We have quite a few returning,” Arias said. “We should be very competitive next year in our new league.” The Warriors will contest their 2015 league meets in the Valley League. Arias coached the Warrior throwers and distance runners as well as serving as the head coach. Jim Curran coached Fallbrook’s pole vaulters, John Kroeger mentored the jumpers, and Miguel Trejo worked with the sprinters. “I’m extremely proud of the way everyone competed,” Arias said. “Every single kid got better.” To comment on this story online, visit

JV Warrior Wade Leehey runs in a meet during the regular 2014 league season for Fallbrook.

Girls swim 6th at CIF meet Emma Thomas, freestyle relay teams break school records Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent Fallbrook High School’s girls swim team finished sixth among Division I schools at the CIF meet May 24 at Granite Hills High School. “I was happy,” said Fallbrook coach Sean Redmond. The Warriors were eighth as a team in 2013. “We really felt that we were better than that for this year,” Redmond said. The team’s goal was to be one of the top six teams. “It was nice that we were able to break into that,” Redmond said. Sixth is the highest finish this century for a Fallbrook girls team at the CIF meet. The CIF meet included swim preliminaries May 21 at Granite Hills, the diving championships May 23 at Mesa College, and the swim finals May 24 at Granite Hills. Fallbrook’s only female diver, freshman Sarah Draves, placed 11th in her CIF meet debut with a score of 160.10 points on six dives. The top six times in each event at the preliminaries earned lanes in the championship finals while the next six times qualified those swimmers or relay teams for the consolation finals. The three individuals and relay teams who qualified for the championship finals all set school records in the process. “At CIF we had some good

swims,” Redmond said. Emma Thomas had the best individual showing for the Warriors. The sophomore finished third in the 100-yard butterfly with a time of 57.70 seconds. In the preliminaries, she swam that event in 57.94 seconds to break the school record of 58.74 seconds set by Pam Capin in 1988. Fallbrook’s 200-yard freestyle relay team of sophomore Taylor Dowden, sophomore Jordann Heimback, freshman Amilia Thomas, and Emma Thomas also broke the previous school record in the preliminaries and lowered it even further in the championship final. In 2012, Sarah Bushnell, Amanda Williams, Chelsea Sommer, and Aimee Steen won the CIF consolation race in 1:42.67. Fallbrook’s 2014 quartet completed the preliminary race in 1:41.23 to set a new record, and in the finals this year’s group had a time of 1:40.02 which also earned second-place points. Dowden, Heimback, Amilia Thomas, and Emma Thomas swam the 400-yard freestyle relay preliminaries in 3:42.45 to earn a lane in the championship race. In the finals, Redmond used Dowden, Heimback, sophomore Ariana Young, and Emma Thomas. “Ariana had a faster 100 time than what Amilia did,” Redmond said. The switch paid off for the Warriors, who completed the race in 3:39.53. That gave Fallbrook fourth place while giving Dowden,

Heimback, Young, and Thomas a new school record. “They’re all sophomores, so that was exciting to watch,” Redmond said. The previous school record for the 400-yard freestyle relay was 3:42.19, which was set in 2010 by Erin McCook, Emma Baldwin, Alex Rodriguez, and Bushnell. Emma Thomas also qualified for the championship race in the 50-yard freestyle due to her preliminaries time of 25.15 seconds. In the finals, her time of 25.51 seconds placed sixth. In the 200-yard medley relay event, Fallbrook was represented by Young, senior Kierstin Dowden, senior Morgan Brown, and Steen, who was a senior this year. Their time of 1:57.92 in the preliminaries earned a lane in the consolation race, where their time of 1:59.40 gave them 11th place. Heimback and Young tied for 10th place in the 100-yard freestyle race with identical times of 56.04 seconds. Heimback swam the preliminary race in 55.33 seconds and Young completed the May 21 event in 55.94 seconds. Heimback also placed 10th in the 200-yard freestyle with a time of 2:01.24. She swam her preliminary heat in 1:59.20. Young placed 12th in the 100yard breaststroke with a time of 1:03 in the finals. She had qualified for the consolation race with a preliminary time of 1:01.79. To comment on this story online, visit

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Warriors take #1 Cathedral to ex tra innings in sof tball playof f quarterfinals Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent F a l l b r o o k H i g h S c h o o l ’s softball team was defeated by topseeded Cathedral Catholic in the quarterfinals of the CIF Division I playoffs May 27, but not before the Warriors took the Dons into extra innings. Fallbrook won twice and lost twice in the double-elimination playoff tournament with all four games being decided by one run. The Warriors’ other loss was to second-seeded Otay Ranch, and the Warriors defeated Mira Mesa and Point Loma. The playoff results gave Fallbrook a final 16-11-2 season record. “I thought it was a good season. We had a couple of new players who had to step up and fill starting roles for us this year, and they did an excellent job. We had some good wins and a couple of very tough losses,” said Fallbrook co-coach Patti Drew. The Warriors’ 3-5 Avocado West League record gave them fourth in the standings. “We were disappointed at fourth. We felt like we were probably the second best team going into it,” said co-coach Shannon Koran. The two league losses to La Costa Canyon, which posted a 4-4 record in league competition, were the most disappointing element of Fallbrook’s league play. The Warriors split their league games with Rancho Buena Vista, who had a 6-2 Avocado West League record. Carlsbad’s 6-2 league record accounted for half of the Lancers’ total losses, none of which were in the Open Division playoffs. Games cancelled due to the May 13-16 fires were not made up. Fallbrook was deprived of league matches against El Camino and Vista, both of whom were defeated by the Warriors during the first round of league play. The Warriors’ 14-9-2 regularseason record was worth the 10th seed in the Division I playoffs. “I really thought that we probably would be the seventh seed, so 10th was really disappointing, especially not being able to get a playoff home game,” Koran said. Last year, Fallbrook earned the seventh seed, but 10th-seeded Calexico was the Imperial Valley League champion and since league champions receive a playoff home game the Warriors had to travel to Calexico for the play-in match. The only run in the Bulldogs’ 1-0 victory was in the 11th inning. This year, Mira Mesa was the seventh seed, so Fallbrook traveled to the Marauders’ diamond for the May 20 play-in game. Mira Mesa’s 8-2 Eastern League record placed the Marauders a game behind league champion Patrick Henry in the final standings, and the Marauders took a 17-9 record into the playoff match against Fallbrook. The score was 1-1 after six innings. In the seventh inning, Brooke Koran walked and Peyton Brittain pinch-ran for Koran. Morgan Pilbin sacrificed Brittain to second. Jenna Murphy’s two-out single to right field scored Brittain and gave Fallbrook the final run of the 2-1 game. The Marauders batted in the bottom of the seventh and failed to score, in part because of a ball hit to Fallbrook first baseman Lauren Hirota. “She made a great clutch play in the seventh inning to basically save the win,” Shannon Koran said. The play-in win placed Fallbrook into the double-elimination brackets, and the Warriors traveled to Otay Ranch for the May 22 competition. Hirota didn’t realize that she injured her knee during the catch against Mira Mesa until the following morning when she

experienced pain and swelling. Hirota started the game against Otay Ranch but was removed. “We didn’t feel like with her injury that we would be able to continue with her there,” Koran said. Hirota missed the Warriors’ final two playoff games entirely. “Not having a four-year starter in the lineup hurt us in the clutch run there,” Koran said. The Mustangs overcame a 5-1 Fallbrook lead by scoring six runs in the bottom of the fifth inning. Otay Ranch survived a sixthinning Fallbrook run to win by a 7-6 score. “That was probably one of the most disappointing losses we’ve had this year,” Koran said. “We had one bad inning where we couldn’t quite shut them down.” The loss sent Fallbrook to the losers’ bracket. Because 11thseeded Point Loma upset sixthseeded Mission Hills in the play-in game, Fallbrook faced the loser of the contest between Point Loma and third-seeded Mount Carmel. The 13-9 Mount Carmel win gave the Warriors a May 24 match against Point Loma and, since Fallbrook had the higher seed, the Warriors had their first playoff home game since the 1990s. “That’s kind of what we’ve been hoping for since we’ve been there,” Koran said. (Drew and Koran took over as co-coaches in 2010; they also played for Fallbrook High School in the 1980s as Patti Pearson and Shannon Fitzgerald.) “We had a great crowd come out,” Koran said. “We probably had about 100 people in the stands.” Brooke Koran threw no-hit ball for 11 1/3 innings. A hit with one out in the top of the 12th deprived Koran of the no-hitter, but that runner was picked off. Koran then allowed two more hits before striking out the next Pointer batter to end the inning. In the bottom of the 12th inning, Pilbin walked and was sacrificed to second by Emily Casillas. Brittain pinch-ran for Pilbin and advanced to third on a ball in the dirt when Murphy was at the plate. Murphy walked to put runners on the corners, and Amanda Navarro’s hit to right field scored Brittain and gave Fallbrook a 1-0 victory. The 2-1 loss to Cathedral was in nine innings. The game was scoreless through the first five frames with Cathedral opening the scoring with a run in the sixth. “There was great defense on both parts,” Shannon Koran said. Fallbrook’s defensive activity included two double plays against the Dons. Brooke Koran doubled to lead off the top of the seventh and Brittain pinch-ran. Pilbin’s groundout advanced Brittain to third, and Casillas grounded to second to score Brittain with the tying run. Cathedral’s run in the ninth was scored on a single, a sacrifice, a wild pickoff throw, and a wild pitch. The Dons won the Division I championship four days later. “We played a very good team and we took them to extra innings,” Drew said. “To get knocked out of the tournament by the #1 and #2 teams in the division is nothing to be ashamed of,” Shannon Koran said. “We were very proud of the girls.” The Warriors played in three regular-season tournaments and lost in the semifinals all three times. Hirota, Casillas, and Hailey Drew were Fallbrook’s only three seniors. The Warriors replaced five seniors from their 2013 roster. “Not unhappy at all with the fact that we were 16 and 11,” Koran said. “We’re happy with the way that things ended.” To comment on this story online, visit

‘Bake at the Lake’ 11th annual race VISTA – North County Road Runners have announced it will hold its 11th annual four-mile cross country race, ‘Bake at the Lake’ on Saturday, July 12 at Lake Hodges in Escondido. Race time is 7:30 a.m. The course is two miles over gradual hills and rocks out to a stream and

back. This race benefits the park trail system and Mission Vista High School cross country teams. For more information and registration, see www. or call race director Joe Crosswhite at (760) 723-3257.

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Fallbrook Women Golfers announce club awards FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Women Golfers held their annual Club Championship tournament, June 3, 10, and 17. After round three, with a cumulative score of 259, Terri Hunt is the new club champion! Hunt has been a member of the Fallbrook ladies golf club for two years and is currently serving on the board as trophy chairperson. Dolly Harty was awarded senior club champion for 2014. This is Harty’s second year to win the Senior Division Club Champion. (Fran White earned the Club Champion award for 2013 versus 2014 as previous listed in a Village News Fallbrook Women Golfers submitted article, printed June 19, 2014).

Terri Hunt wins the title of Fallbrook Women Golfers Club Champion 2014.

Winners in their respective flights: Terri Hunt, flight 1; Dolly Harty, senior flight; Leilani Liley, flight 2; Sandi Simpson, flight 3. Winners in their respective flights are as follows: Flight 1 Terri Hunt Janelle Lunsford Denise McNeese

259 268 275

Flight 2 Leilani Liley Louise Small Nancy Wright

282 291 298

Flight 3 Sandi Simpson Debby Savage Karen Jackson Senior Flight Dolly Harty Toni Crisell Nancy Buscemi

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Education Bezzant graduates with honors FALLBROOK – On June 13, Cole Ryan Bezzant graduated summa cum laude and with college honors from UCLA College of Letters & Science in the division of social sciences. He received a bachelor of arts, majoring in history. Bezzant attended Fallbrook schools throughout his youth, beginning with kindergarten at Fallbrook Street School and graduating from Oasis High School, where he was inspired and mentored by teacher Linda Poznanter (now retired). He did his general studies at

Palomar College in San Marcos, receiving straight A’s throughout his career there and making the Dean’s List consistently. From Palomar, he transferred to UCLA as a junior, graduating two years later. Bezzant is the son of Eden Louise Bezzant and a third generation of the Bezzant family to attend Fallbrook schools. His grandmother, Lenon Peterson Bezzant, graduated from Fallbrook High School in 1944. She currently has eight grandchildren who are college graduates, with more on the way.

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Retired teachers copresidents confer Fallbrook Union High School District 2234 South Stage Coach Lane • Fallbrook, CA 92028 Phone (760) 723-6332 • Fax (760) 723-1795 •

Dale J. Mitchell, Ed.D., Superintendent Wilson H. Hatcher, Chief Business Officer Board of Trustees: Richard Goodlake Sharon L. Koehler Sherry Z. Ludwig James O’Donnell Michael Schulte

June 13, 2014 As President of the Fallbrook Union High School District Board of Trustees, I feel compelled to share some thoughts with the public regarding our school district and Program Improvement. Prompting my comments are misunderstandings regarding what Program Improvement is, how it impacts our school district, and what the implications for Program Improvement are.

Courtesy photo Retired teachers, from left, Sandy Bell of Fallbrook Division 81, Lin Danly and Marcia Berneger of North Shore Division 78, and Sally Whitlock of Fallbrook Division 81 meet to compare notes on recruitment. FALLBROOK – At a recent joint board meeting, co-presidents of California Retired Teachers (CalRTA) Divisions 81 and 78 met to consult and share strategies for retaining and recruiting members. Statewide, CalRTA has lost 4000+

members in the past year. Both state and division personnel are working on updating their tactics to meet current retirees interests when they consider joining CalRTA.

McClelland receives semester honors MANHATTAN, KANSAS – More than 3,400 Kansas State University students have earned semester honors for their academic performance during the spring 2014 semester, including Connor McClelland of Fallbrook. Students with at least 12 graded

hours and whose grade point average for the semester is 3.75 or above receive semester honors. They also receive commendations from their deans and the honors recorded on their permanent academic records.

Science camp for kids July 7-10 FALLBROOK – Local children are welcome to join Wonders Science in an unforgettable exploration of the furthest reaches of the universe this summer in an educational camp that will meet Monday, July 7, through Thursday, July 10 from 9 a.m. to noon. Kids will have an opportunity to build and launch a two-foot rocket that soars over 1,500 feet, collect real lava rocks, as well as experiment with awesome chemicals found on numerous planets. They will learn how to crush items with nothing more than air – just like on Venus, eat

Coppock graduates from Linfield College FA L L B R O O K – S h a y l i Coppock received her bachelor of arts degree in psychology on June 1 from Linfield College. Coppock graduates cum laude (which indicates a grade point average of 3.65 to 3.79). Linfield College is located in McMinnville, Oregon.

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astronaut food, feel weightless while riding a hovercraft, and much more! Classes are held at the Fallbrook Community Center, 341 Heald Lane, Fallbrook. For information on class fee (multiple child discounts available), call (760) 728-1671 or email angelique.

Program Improvement (PI) was established as part of the No Child Left Behind Act, federal legislation associated with both funding and accountability. Schools and districts that did not meet the accountability targets for two consecutive years became labeled as PI. Schools that did not meet accountability targets had this occur primarily for English language learner students and/or special education students. This was true for our school district. Regardless of the student group not meeting achievement expectations, the whole school or district was labeled PI, even though other students were meeting and exceeding targets. The public should know that many schools do not meet all accountability targets but are not labeled PI because they do not accept Title I funding. This is especially true for high schools in unified school districts who choose to spend Title I funds at the elementary level and not the secondary level. We are not a unified district, so we do receive Title I funding. Additionally, the number of accountability targets and the difficulty in meeting those targets are much greater at the high school level. The impact of Program Improvement within our schools has been a source of both good news and bad news. The good news is that more monies have been targeted to provide additional tutoring services for students needing academic assistance and more monies have been dedicated to teacher professional development. The bad news is that too many parents have concluded that all areas of our schools/District do not meet accountability requirements and are choosing to have their students attend school elsewhere. The majority of students attending other schools outside of our District and who use PI as a reason are not part of the student subgroups who are not meeting federal performance expectations. Improving student achievement continues to be a priority for our schools and District, but our vision is greater than the testing results used for NCLB and Program Improvement reasons. There is more to student learning and student success. Our students annually have been selected to attend prestigious colleges and universities across the country. Just this year our students received over $2.5 million in scholarships for both academics and athletics. Our students excel in the visual and performing arts and in Career-Technical Education programs (we have 24 courses in 11 pathways), and in honors and advanced placement courses (we have 12 offered this coming year). See the list below for details. We are proud of our students and their accomplishments, and as a Board of Trustees, we are committed to enhancing the success of all students. Respectfully, Sharon Koehler, President Board of Trustees CTE During the 13-14 school year students participated in at least one of 24 different career technical courses which are part of 11 career technical education pathways. Three of the pathways are in agriculture: Agriculture Mechanics, Horticulture, and Animal Science. Two are in the Arts Media and Entertainment area: Television and Video production, Computers and Graphic Arts. Other pathways include: Child Development and Childcare Careers, Fashion Design & Fashion Merchandising, Food Service and Hospitality, Machining & Welding Technology, Construction & Cabinetmaking, Vehicle Maintenance service/repair. All Pathways include at least a 2 year sequence of courses.

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Business New administrator at Silvergate announced FALLBROOK – A welcome reception was held June 26 for Patricia Martinez, the new administrator for Silvergate Retirement Residence & Memory Care Suites, located at 420 Elbrook Drive in Fallbrook. Prior to accepting the Fallbrook position, Martinez served as business office manager at the company’s other location, Silvergate San Marcos, for 10 years. During the 2007 Rice Fire, Martinez helped evacuate and care for Fallbrook residents who were transferred to the San Marcos

facility. She is passionate about her work with seniors and their families, and the company is very excited that she is going to serve as administrator in Fallbrook. Martinez grew up in Oceanside and moved to Fallbrook in 2003. She and her husband have been involved in the community over the years with her husband serving on the board of directors of the Fallbrook Boys & Girls Club from 2011 to 2013. For more information, or to take a tour of Silvergate, call Brandie or Gay at (760) 728-8880.

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Grand Opening of Hanna Salon July 8 BONSALL – Grand Opening festivities will take place on Friday, July 11, from 5 to 8 p.m. for Hanna Salon in Bonsall. The full-service hair, nail, and make-up salon is located in River Village center, 5256 S. Mission Rd., Suite 705. The Bonsall Chamber of


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Richard P. Feldmiller “Papa” was called to be with his Heavenly Father on Father’s Day, June 15, 2014. He is survived by his beloved wife, Pat Feldmiller; daughters Karen Lee and Melinda Madden; sons-in-law Paul Lee and

Jim Madden; son Rick Feldmiller, daughter-in-law Susan Feldmiller; and grandchildren Daniel, Anthony, Kate, Trent, Jenelle, Jessica, Tyler, Christine, Matthew, Michelle, and great-granddaughter Avery. He was born in Woodland, Calif. to Leigh and Jenelle Feldmiller. He joined the United States Air Force during the Korean War and later obtained his bachelor’s degree at the University of California, Davis. He married his wife Pat at the Little Chapel of the West. Together they raised three children and God blessed them with 44 years of marriage. A devoted husband, father and grandfather, Dick mirrored the love and grace given to him by the Lord. He enjoyed studying the Bible and was a disciple of Jesus Christ. He was a mentor to many,

Sherif f’s Log respected banker, and trusted friend. Dick had a wonderful way of encouraging everyone he met and leading them to God’s warm embrace. “I am not ashamed of the Gospel, because it is the power of God for the salvation of everyone who believes …” Romans 1:16 Dick served the Lord by embracing an intergenerational, missional life. The family encourages donations be made to Fallbrook Coffee Co. to encourage others to do the same. Fallbrook Coffee Company donates net proceeds back to the community of Fallbrook. They are dedicated to affecting positive social change and to being a light in our community.

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Motor Fallbrook Vintage Car Club celebrates another successful year FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Vintage Car Club served up a “combination plate” of their own on June 22 when they gathered together to celebrate another successful year by holding a Fiesta Party, conducting their monthly general meeting, electing executive board officers for the 2014-2015 fiscal year and even staging a members’ car show. The members-only party was hosted by Ron and Bev Mintle at their lovely Fallbrook estate which is of sufficient size to accommodate not only the 108 people that attended but space for a car show as well. After club members spent a few hours socializing and enjoying cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and an outstanding multi-course Mexican meal catered by La Caseta restaurant, President Roy Moosa began the general meeting by providing a brief summary of the many charitable donations the club had made, the fun activities the club had enjoyed during the past year including the many tours and special events as well as their annual picnic and Christmas party. He also stated that club membership had made significant gains again this year with the club boasting a combined membership count of over 270 men and women. Moosa then asked Mike McGuire, the chairman of the 2014 Car Show, to relate some of the highlights of this year’s show and also provide his thoughts and goals in preparation for the club’s 2015,

50th annual Fallbrook Vintage Car Show. McGuire stated that the 49th annual vintage car show was by all reports an outstanding success and had the largest attendance in the club’s history. McGuire also said that since the 50th annual show will be such a significant milestone of achievement for the club that the show committee is planning an extraordinary event that will be in keeping with celebrating the longest, continuous running vintage car show on the West coast. Elections were then held for executive board positions for 2014-2015. The current board was re-elected for another term as follows: Roy Moosa, president; Mike McGuire, vice president; Lee Johnson, treasurer; Wayne King, secretary; and John Waugh, member-at-large. When the general meeting was concluded, winners of the members’ car show were announced. The annual membersonly car show was initiated by club member Darwyn Lumley who developed some very nonsensical vehicle classifications that were meant to be a lot of fun. The Fallbrook Vintage Car Club is a non-profit organization dedicated to giving back to the local community groups and organizations that are in need of financial support. For more information, visit or call (760) 723-1181.

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This year’s awards were as follows: Car most likely to attract women in college: Frank Rotunda’s 1960 Austin-Healey 3000 Car they laughed at then, but can’t afford it now: Rosemary West’s ’78 Citroen 2CV Dashboard that looks like it was designed by Flash Gordon: Don and Betty Hall’s 1964 Thunderbird Best looking “Exposed-Wheel Lug Nuts”: Debbie Forbes’ 1936 Ford coupe Car most likely to be James Bonds’ daily driver: Rosemary West’s 1978 Citroen 2CV The Anti-Joan Rivers’ car (all original inside and out): Vivian Lewis’ 1963 Bentley III The front end that most resembles a smile: Mike & Lee Johnson’s 1957 Pontiac Safari Station Wagon The most unique hood ornament: Derek & Linda Lovett’s 1940 Packard Model 110

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-014927—Name of Business ALPHA AVIATION SERVICE INC 11057 Morning Creek Dr. S., San Diego, CA 92128 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: San Diego Aircraft Aviation Inc., 11057 Morning Creek Dr. S., San Diego, CA 92128 This business is conducted by a Corporation This Corporation is located in the state of California The first day of business was 5/26/2012 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MAY 30, 2014 LEGAL: 3634 PUBLISHED: June 12, 19, 26, July 3, 2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-015667—Name of Business TRIPLE K 1593 S. Mission Rd., Ste A, Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego Mailing Address: P.O. Box 2230, Fallbrook, CA 92088-2230 This business is registered by the following: 1. Kandis C. Pinamonti Trust dtd. 4/30/96, 758 Pizzo Lane, Fallbrook, CA 92028 2. Kulp Family Trust dtd 4/30/96, 1711 Via Napoli, Fallbrook, CA 92028 3. Kathryne A. Paris Trust Dtd 4/8/96, 1828 Fox Bridge Court, Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is conducted by a General Partnership The first day of business was 07/15/83 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON JUNE 6, 2014 LEGAL: 3637 PUBLISHED: June 19, 26, July 3, 10, 2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-014310—Name of Business CSBC (CALIFORNIA SCHOOL BUSINESS CONSULTANTS) 1718 Tecalote Drive, #7, Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Billy R. Benson dba SBC/Sole Proprietorship, 1718 Tecalote Drive, #7, Fallbrook, CA 92028 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 MAY 22, 2014 LEGAL: 3631 PUBLISHED: June 12, 19, 26, July 3, 2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-016160—Name of Business ARA LEBANESE GRILL 997 W. San Marcos Blvd., Suite 107, San Marcos, CA 92078 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Ara Lebanese Grill LLC, 1516 Bitterroot Ct., San Marcos, CA 92069 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 JUNE 12, 2014 LEGAL: 3640 PUBLISHED: June 26, July 3, 10, 17, 2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-013556—Name of Business a. SANTA PALOMA b. SANTA PALOMA GROVE 40370 Ross Road, Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Hua Yu, 6022 Sierra Siena Road, Irvine, CA 92603 This business is conducted by an Individual The first day of business was March 15, 2014 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MAY 14, 2014 LEGAL: 3632 PUBLISHED: June 12, 19, 26, July 3, 2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-015953—Name of Business THE SCREENMAN 3066 Ridge Creek Dr., Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Jeffrey Jeremiah Petrone, 3066 Ridge Creek Dr., Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is conducted by an Individual THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON JUNE 10, 2014 LEGAL: 3635 PUBLISHED: June 19, 26, July 3, 10, 2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-017136—Name of Business ARHAT BISTRO CHINESE CUISINE 751 Fourth Avenue, San Diego, CA 92101 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Arhat Bistro LLC, 751 Fourth Avenue, San Diego, CA 92101 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 JUNE 23, 2014 LEGAL: 3645 PUBLISHED: July 3, 10, 17, 24, 2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-017547—Name of Business COAST 2 COAST PLANTS 5530 Papagallo Drive, Oceanside, CA 92057 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Patricia C Pines, 5530 Papagallo Drive, Oceanside, CA 92057 This business is conducted by an Individual THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON JUNE 26, 2014 LEGAL: 3646 PUBLISHED: July 3, 10, 17, 24, 2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-016731—Name of Business SILVER SURFERS 3749 Lake Park Rd., Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Kirsten Sands, 3749 Lake Park Rd., Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is conducted by an Individual THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON JUNE 18, 2014 LEGAL: 3641 PUBLISHED: July 3, 10, 17, 24, 2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-017067—Name of Business 1904 PHOTOGRAPHY 292 Bluff Way, Oceanside, CA 92054 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Phillip Baker, 292 Bluff Way, Oceanside, CA 92054 This business is conducted by an Individual THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON JUNE 23, 2014 LEGAL: 3644 PUBLISHED: July 3, 10, 17, 24, 2014

ORDINANCE NO. 333 AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE FALLBROOK PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT, SAN DIEGO COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, FIXING WATER STANDBY OR AVAILABILITY CHARGES AND REPEALING ORDINANCE NO. 332 * * * * * BE IT ENACTED BY the Board of Directors of the Fallbrook Public Utility District as follows: SECTION I. The Fallbrook Public Utility District is a member of the San Diego County Water Authority and the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California and as a member of such agencies, Fallbrook Public Utility District is entitled to purchase water for distribution within the District. Waterlines have been constructed and are being constructed within the District, and water service is available from these lines. In accordance with Division 7, Chapter 4, Article 3, Sec. 16475 and 16477 of the Public Utility District Act, it is hereby determined that the best interests of the District, its inhabitants, landowners, and customers require that the following water availability charges be established; hereafter, referred to as standby or availability charges. The word “District” as used herein shall mean and refer to the Fallbrook Public Utility District of San Diego County, California. Fallbrook Service Area will indicate that area known as Fallbrook Public Utility District prior to July 1, 1990. The DeLuz Improvement District will indicate that area known as Improvement District I and II of DeLuz Heights Municipal Water District prior to July 1, 1990. SECTION II. Water availability charges are hereby fixed and established on all land within the District boundaries, whether the water is actually used or not, as provided herein: 1.



Ten dollars ($10) per acre for all parcels one (1) acre or more prorated out to one hundredth of an acre, as set forth in the San Diego County Tax Assessor’s maps, EXCEPTING lands permanently dedicated exclusively to transportation of persons or property, hereafter referred to as the transportation dedication exclusion. For purposes of this Ordinance, it is assumed that 5 percent of all parcels have been permanently dedicated exclusively to transportation of persons and property; therefore, the actual assessment will be $9.50 per gross acre as set forth in the San Diego County Tax Assessor’s maps.


Five dollars ($5) for parcels of less than one acre. For purposes of this Ordinance, all parcels with gross acreage of 1.05 acres are considered to have a net acreage of less than one acre for purposes of the transportation dedication exclusion.

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Acreage adjacent to or lying within 1320 feet of water distribution line ..................................................................................................................................................................... $10.00 per acre


Acreage between 1320 and 2640 feet of a water distribution line...................................................................................................................................................................... $9.00 per acre


Acreage between 2640 and 3960 feet of a water distribution line...................................................................................................................................................................... $8.00 per acre Acreage between 3960 and 5280 feet of a water distribution line...................................................................................................................................................................... $7.00 per acre


Acreage over 5280 feet from water distribution line......................................................................................................................................................................................... $6.00 per acre


All parcels of less than one acre......................................................................................................................................... $5.00

3. The term “parcel” as used herein shall mean a parcel of land as shown upon the assessment rolls of the County Assessor of San Diego County; provided that where a legal final sub-division map has been approved, “parcel” shall mean each separate lot within the subdivision. 4.

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME Case Number: 37-2014-00020211-CU-PT-NC TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS Petitioner: CHRISTOFF ALLEN KOON filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present Name: CHRISTOFF ALLEN KOON Proposed Name: CHRISTOFF ALLEN VAN KOONING 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: August 12, 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: June 20, 2014 Signed: K. Michael Kirkman, Judge of the Superior Court. LEGAL: 3643 PUBLISHED: July 3, 10, 17, 24, 2014


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Lands not using District water and obtaining water primarily from rainfall, springs, streams, lakes, rivers, or wells, and where the primary economic activity on the land is the commercial extraction of minerals. SECTION III. On or before August 11, 2014, the Secretary of this District shall furnish in writing to the Board of Supervisors of San Diego County and to the County Auditor a description of the land within the District upon which standby or availability charges are to be levied and collected, together with the amount of the charges. At the time and in the manner required by law for the levying of taxes for County purposes, the Board of Supervisors shall collect, in addition to taxes it levies, water availability charges in the amounts fixed by this Ordinance for the respective parcels of land described in Section II of this Ordinance. All County officers charged with the duty of collecting taxes will collect the charges with the regular tax payments in the same form and manner as County taxes are collected. Such availability charges are a lien on the property with respect to which they are fixed. Collection of the charges may be enforced by the same means as provided for the enforcement of liens for State and County taxes.

I, Mary Lou Boultinghouse, Secretary of the Board of Directors of the FALLBROOK PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT, do hereby certify that the attached and foregoing is a full, true, and correct copy of Ordinance No. 333 of said Board adopted at a regular meeting of the Board of Directors on June 23, 2014. Executed this 24th day of June, 2014, at Fallbrook, California. Secretary, Board of Directors Fallbrook Public Utility District


All advertisements for the sale or rental of dwelling unites published in The Village News are subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act which makes it illegal to advertise any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin or any intention to make such preference limitations or discrimination, in the sale, rental, or financing of housing. State laws forbid discrimination based on factors in addition to those protected under federal law.

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-016261—Name of Business DIVINE NATURE 3757 S. Mission Rd., Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego Mailing Address: 1191 Riverview Dr., Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is registered by the following: Kerry Fey Doney, 1191 Riverview Dr., Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is conducted by an Individual THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON JUNE 13, 2014 LEGAL: 3636 PUBLISHED: June 19, 26, July 3, 10, 2014

Abandonment/Name STATEMENT OF ABANDONMENT OF USE OF FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME File Number: 2014-014617 Fictitious business name(s) to be abandoned: EL CAJON VALLEY MOBILE HOME PARK 410 South 1st Street, El Cajon, CA 92019 County: San Diego Mailing Address: 7604 Olcott Avenue, Bakersfield, CA 93308 The fictitious business name referred to above was filed in San Diego Count on 3/22/2011 and assigned File No. 2011-008448. Fictitious business name is being abandoned by the following registrant(s): 1. Donald L. Miller Trust B, dtd 7/31/67, Ronald L. Miller, Trustee, 7604 Olcott Avenue, Bakersfield, CA 93308 2. Jean S. Carlton Trust, dtd 7/15/87, William Carlton, Trustee, 22728 McManus Drive, Chugiak, AK 99567 The business is conducted by a General Partnership Additional Registrants: 3. The Osberg Family Trust, Karen Templeton, Trustee, 1071 Kasper Road, Moscow, ID 83843 4. Robert Kuhnau, 1141 N. Bison Golf Court, Tucson, AZ 85739 5. Elizabeth H. Holtby, 917 Farragut Avenue, Colorado Springs, CO 80909 6. Arcadi Family Trust, utd 04/05/2000, Frances Arcadi, Trustee, 3762 Clara Drive, Napa, CA 94558 7. Carol Anne Stensrud Trust, dtd 10/06/09, Carol Stensrud, Trustee, 13491 Summit Circle, Poway, CA 92064 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON May 28, 2014 LEGAL: 3633 PUBLISHED: June 12, 19, 26, July 3, 2014

STATEMENT OF ABANDONMENT OF USE OF FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME File Number: 2014-016764—Name of Business CAFFE PRIMO 139 S. Main Ave., Fallbrook, CA 92028, County: San Diego Mailing Address: 5256 S. Mission Rd., Ste 310, Bonsall, CA 92003 The fictitious business name referred to above was filed in San Diego on 8/30/2013 and assigned File No. 2013-025200. Fictitious business name is being abandoned by: DFI Coffee Company LLC, 5256 S. Mission Rd., Ste 310, Bonsall, CA 92003 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 JUNE 18, 2014 LEGAL: 3642 PUBLISHED: July 3, 10, 17, 24, 2014

We will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. All persons are hereby served noticed that all dwellings advertised are available on an equal opportunity basis.

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SECTION IV. The Secretary of this District shall deliver certified copies of this Ordinance to the Board of Supervisors and to the Auditor of San Diego County with the list of charges described in Section II above. SECTION V. The General Manager of the District is hereby authorized to correct any clerical error made in any assessment or charge pursuant to this Ordinance and to make an appropriate adjustment in any assessment or charge made in error. SECTION VI. If any clause or provision of this Ordinance is found to be void or unenforceable by a court of competent jurisdiction, the remaining provisions of this Ordinance shall nonetheless continue in full force and effect.

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PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Board of Directors of the Fallbrook Public Utility District at a regular meeting of the Board held on the 23rd day of June, 2014, by the following vote:

n Application Order for Publication of Summons/Citation..........................$400 for 4 Weeks n Notice of Petition to Administer Estate ....................................................$300 for 3 Weeks


n Abandonment of Fictitious Business Name Statement ..............................$40 for 4 Weeks n Notice of Lien Sale.......................................................................................$60 for 2 Weeks

ATTEST: Secretary, Board of Directors

Davies, Gebhart, Hayden

n Order to Show Cause for Change of Name........ (Each additional name add $5.00) $80 for 4 Weeks n Fictitious Business Name Statement ................ (Each additional name add $5.00) $40 for 4 Weeks

n Notice of Application to Sell Alcoholic Beverages ....................................... $35 for 1 Week

......................................$80 for 3 Weeks

McDougal President, Board of Directors

n Request for Proposal .................................................................................$250 for 4 Weeks n Notice to Defendant ..................................................................................$400 for 4 Weeks n Notice of Hearing -Decendant’s Estate or Trust ........................................$300 for 3 Weeks n Notice of Sale or Unclaimed Personal Property .......................................$150 for 2 Weeks n Trustee’s Sale ....................................................................... $200 for 3 Weeks • 1 col x 8 in

..................................................................... $250 for 3 Weeks • 1 col x 10 in

n Notice to Absent Spouse ...........................................................................$150 for 4 Weeks n Dissolution of Marriage.............................................................................$250 for 4 Weeks n Land Patent ...............................................................................................$280 for 3 Weeks

Deadline: Fridays at 3pm for following week’s publication. To advertise call Lisa at 760-723-7319 or email

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a benefit to the garden FALLBROOK – Planning and maintaining a garden requires a lot of effort, which can result in an aesthetically pleasing addition to the landscape. But that hard work can also fall victim to nature when local wildlife find a garden too mouth-watering to resist. In an effort to rid a garden of unwanted pests, gardeners may unwittingly scare away animals and insects that might just protect the garden from more ill-intentioned animals. Not every creature that scurries is out to get prized petunias or to devour tomatoes. In fact, many can prove beneficial to gardens.

FROGS / TOADS Frogs and toads will prey on insects and make the local insect population more manageable. Toads eat mainly slugs, which feed on the leaves and fruits of many plants. Frogs and toads are attracted to water, so including a pond or another water feature in the garden will provide them with a habitat they like.

Toads and frogs prey on insects that can damage gardens.





Monarch butterfly Hummingbirds sip on the nectar of flowers and pollinate plants. The average brown bat can eat 1,000 mosquitoes in an hour.

Bats have a bad reputation, as people unnecessarily fear them because they believe them to be routine carriers of disease. But many bats feed off of insects or fruits and will not harm a human. The average brown bat can eat 1,000 mosquitoes in an hour, so it’s easy to see why bats are good to have around. Mosquitoes are not only a nuisance, but also harbor potentially dangerous diseases. Bats also may eat certain rodents, which can cut down on the number of animals burrowing in a yard.

Megabat, more commonly known as the fruit bat.

While it is true that some birds can damage crops, many birds are content to feed on insects attracted to the garden, which helps to keep insect numbers in check. Chickadees, for example, will dine on aphid eggs, while larger birds may prey on mice or other rodnts or simply scare them out of the garden. Jays and mockingbirds are known to be feisty and can even deter dogs and cats from a yard. Hummingbirds will sip on the nectar of flowers and help pollinate plants.

Chickadees like to eat insects, helping gardeners in a natural way.

California king snake

Snakes in a garden can be disconcerting to some pe o ple , but s na k e s a r e ideal predators who feed on insects and rodents several times their size. Snakes are the right size and shape to invade the burrows of pest animals.

Common garter snakes Courtesy of Mark A. Wilson

Butterflies and bees are responsible for pollinating the vast majority of plants. One may choose to defer from using pesticides as they may diminish butterfly or bee populations. A beehive right next to a garden may not be practical, but don’t make attempts to destroy it. Consult with a professional beekeeper to see what can be done to move the beehive without destroying it. Many animals and insects can be detrimental to the health of a garden. However, several animals are handy to have around and should be welcomed to the landscape.


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Home & Garden & Real Estate Prevent litter box problems with these easy tips FALLBROOK – Cats make great companion animals, as they’re relatively self-sufficient and do not require large backyards in which to exercise. Cats can be content to curl up and sleep on their owner’s lap, or occupy a cozy spot on a sun-drenched windowsill. One of the less desirable responsibilities associated with cat ownership is maintaining the litter box to prevent odor. Litter boxes come in many varieties, but they are all intended to give cats a place to go to the bathroom. Cat owners typically place the litter box in a faraway spot to keep it out of sight and avoid any odors that may emanate from within. However, this way of thinking could be counterproductive. If the cat cannot easily find the litter box or is not pleased with its location, it may opt to abandon the litter box, which can get messy. That convenient houseplant in the living room may seem more inviting than the litter box in the basement, after all. The odor of cat urine, when it has a chance to penetrate carpeting or wood flooring, can be difficult to remove. Therefore, it is imperative to create a litter box environment that is accessible to the animal. This may mean placing it in a

common area of the home. Avoid placing the litter box next to a noisy appliance, which may spook the cat. Also, do not place the litter box next to a heat source, as that may exacerbate the smell and cause the odor to spread. Invest in multiple litter boxes, especially if you have more than one cat. The general rule of thumb is one per cat and then one more in another location as a backup, in case the primary one is blocked. It may seem tempting to try to mask litter box odor by using scented litter or placing an air freshener nearby. But this smell may actually repel the cat and force it to relieve itself elsewhere. Use unscented litter and then sprinkle baking soda inside the box to help absorb odors. Baking soda should not offend the cat. According to the Humane Society of America, research has shown that many cats prefer finegrained litters because they have a softer feel. Clumping litters may be preferable to clay litters. Picky cats who resist commercial litters may like sand. Once a litter material is found that the cat likes, stick with it. The primary way to prevent litter box odors is to keep the litter box clean. If the odor offends you,

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Routine maintenance can eliminate litter box problems. it is likely it will offend the cat, too. Clean the litter box of waste at least once a day, replace the litter twice a week, and at least once a week remove everything and wash the box down with warm, soapy water. Make sure there is plenty of ventilation around the litter box so

that odors will not build and fester. Treat your cat to a new litter box once per year. Over time, a cat may scratch its litter box, creating small crevices where bacteria can thrive. This may make odors worse, and the box could be more difficult to clean. Think about donating the

used litter box to an animal shelter. Cat owners don’t have to put up with litter box odor and soiling around the house. Maintenance and finding the right location and litter material go a long way toward having a happy, wellbehaved cat.

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Maurer serves as credentials and awards chair at Charit y Fair Horse Show Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent Fallbrook’s Adele Maurer served as the credentials and awards chair for the 2014 Charity Fair Horse Show which took place June 11-14 in Del Mar and was part of the San Diego County Fair. “I take great pride in being able to be a part of this show,” Maurer said. “The Charity Fair Horse Show is really a special horse

show.” The horse show was open to all breeds, although mostly saddlebreds and Morgans comprised the nearly 300 horses who participated. “It was a big success,” Maurer said. “There were a lot of out-of-state exhibitors,” Maurer said. “They traveled a long way to get there.” The horse show is a fundraiser for the Helen Woodward Animal Center and for the Don Diego

Scholarship Foundation. The Helen Woodward Animal Center brought animals for adoption, and many were taken by the horse show attendees. “It works out well for everyone,” Maurer said. Maurer is an official at the Charity Fair Horse Show on an annual basis. “I’m lucky enough to do that for probably about the last 15 years or so,” she said. Maurer has lived in Fallbrook for 25 years. She is originally

from what is now called Rancho Cucamonga. “I grew up with horses,” she said. She took an absence from the equestrian world after her marriage and worked in a local dentist’s office. “I just missed the horses. I got back into working with horse shows,” Maurer said. Initially she worked at weekend horse shows. Maurer was then asked to officiate in weekday horse shows, so she returned to equestrian life. “It was a good choice for me,” she said. Maurer is now an official at approximately 25 horse shows annually. She is normally a steward at horse shows, but her

knowledge of the local equestrian community made her more suitable for the credentials chair role at the Charity Fair Horse Show. “At the beginning of the show I was just making sure everybody had their credentials,” she said. “I know the people as they walk in the door,” Maurer said. “It just kind of worked out that suddenly I’m in credentials and awards.” Her awards duties include presentation of trophies closer to the end of the show. “It never disappoints,” Maurer said of the Charity Fair Horse Show. “It’s just a beautiful show.” To comment on this story online, visit

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Total Number of Units Fallbrook/Bonsall, CA


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80 60



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PEPPERTREE PARk $594,500 Highly desirable Peppertree Park. BIG corner lot, lovely landscape, over 2700 sf. Very private entry level master suite with fireplace, gleaming wood floors, total 4BR, 3BA plus loft, 3 car garage...views, flowers, fruit!!

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Just listed and Under Construction Lisa WiLLET & LYnn

lARgE lOT $384,000 Quaint older 3BR/2BA with MULTI USE V-2 zoning! Across from library... 1 block to Main St. Large 2 car detached garage. Large lot with fruit trees.

Lisa WiLLET & LYnn

OWNERS MOTIVATED $569,000-$599,000 BRING OFFER! Built in 2001 & remodeled in 2013. Kitchen w/ss Bosh applcs, backsplash to match cozy fplc. Kit opens up to large FR. Built-in buffet in DR. Single level with large hallways, gorgeous hardwood flooring, huge master has massive jacuzzi tub. Whole house fan. 4 car garage.

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FOREST SETTINg $559,900 Beautiful 4BR, 3BA, 2911sf home on lg parcel overlooking majestic oaks, sycamores & stream. Master retreat w/ fplc. FR w/fplc, lg bonus rm. Formal LR & DR. Wonderful home for entertaining.

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FAllbROOk ChARMER $479,000 3BR, 3BA, 2662 sf on 1.63 acres. Home is fenced and gated and has a small lime grove. Newer windows and tile throughout. Large bedrooms, fireplace in living rm & family rm. Be the first to view this property!

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SyCAMORE RANCh $999,000 - 1,125,000

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Single story open floor plan (5BR/5BA) with charming courtyard. Home features large rooms, wood floors, multiple French doors & rockwall - all creating a casual elegance. Very private lush gardens with views.

Perched high on a ridge line with the hills and valleys of beautiful Fallbrook spread out below you. Offering over 5400sf, updated kit, 3BD (2 masters), 4BA, 4 fplcs, courtyard style shaded patio, exercise room, a loft, basement storage, a work shop & an oversized 4 car grg. Wall of glass in FR for views.

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gREAT VAlUE, bEAUTIFUl! $492,900 Nestled on large lot, upgraded 5BR, 3BA, 2870 sf w/great Easterly views. Formal living area, fplce/family rm, plus bonus rm upstairs for office, playroom or 2nd ent area. Beautifully remodeled kit w/granite, wall of white cabinetry, pantry, breakfast bar & nook w/Easterly views. Exterior/patio/builtin bbq, large spa. At the end of a cul-de-sac.

COMMERCIAl lIghT INDUSTRIAl $950,000 Owner occupied modern building, one of four sections, each approx. 6200 sf, zoned retail/light industrial in prime area of Highway 79S. Major parking for large vehicles and clients in rear of building. Ideal location, upscale retail area.

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Custom built in ‘91, 4450sf, 4BR, 4BA, ofc, updated kit, wood floors, huge FR w/rock fplc, pool. In area of estate homes on 2.48 acres w/great views. Two detached out buildings, over 6400 sf. Room for toys.

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PRIVACy & VIEWS $1,195,000 Nearly 3800 sf designed for casual living. 4BR/4BA all hardwood and tile floors. Master BR on main floor. Awesome views.Vanishing edge pool. 1200sf garage/Ag building for your RV parking or special projects. Gated and secure.


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Bonsall $1,149,847

Sycamore Ranch! Ring the bells and blow the whistles! This one has them all! 3BR & office, 3210sf, pool & spa, putting green and workshop behind 3 car garage, fabulous location! Priced for quick sale!

Where eagles soar! Hilltop 4984 sf one level custom home on 8 acres in Bonsall. Lg rooms, volume ceilings, vanishing edge pool and views in all directions! 3BR + ofc/bdrm & workout room, 4BA, covered patio, light filled chef’s kitchen.

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Carlsbad $1,297,847

Beautifully designed and elegantly appointed Bressi Ranch home with 4BR, 2.5BA and 3480 esf. Unsurpassed in quality and style and the sweeping views are extraordinary! Travertine flooring, center courtyard, flowing fountain, separate ensuite and sitting area perfect for guests.

Kim and Ken’s expertise helped to sell my mother’s home in very short period of time, we got the price we wanted and the closing process was effortless. Thank you Kim , Ken and your team of experts that helped me every step along the way!







Fallbrook $564,789

Enjoy forever views from your new trek deck, enjoy gourmet food in your state-of-the-art kitchen that was featured in a magazine, splash in your refreshing pool with new solar heat, this home has it all! Single story 4BR, 2BA, 2250 esf in a gated community.


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Fallbrook $439,000

Highly upgraded & rarely avail! Single level end unit Augusta model. Natural light enriches the interior & the golf course and mtn views will soothe your senses. Feels like a detached home, citrus trees and planters. 2BD, 2BA, 1438 esf.

Newer 3 bedroom and large loft. Excellent cul-de-sac location. Views to the east and fabulous sunrises. Separate family room. Enjoy outdoor living in your pool and private yard. Walk to town! Priced to sell.


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Fallbrook $229,000

Building lot for your custom home! Enjoy views to the west including Sleeping Indian and the ocean beyond. Views to the east to the mountains. Knoll top gentle land. Underground utilities, water meter, natural gas available.


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Vista $759,000

Fourplex located at end of cul-de-sac. 3BR owner’s unit with dbl garage & fplc. Entire building re-piped, master water heater 2 yrs ago, upstairs deck redone and all 4 units re-habbed inside, 3 in the past year. Lots of tile flooring, common laundry room.

Fallbrook $249,000

Fabulous Morro Hills location w/wonderful mountain views. Large building pad is in, slopes planted & irrigation in place. Private drive landscaped with gorgeous trees, entire property fenced! Approved plans included! Zoned for horses.

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Practice garage and workshop smarts Never surprise anyone who is working with power tools and keep unnecessary people out of the workshop, where they might chat and distract others from the tasks at hand.

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Factor in ergonomics Failure to work in comfortable conditions can result in repetition injuries or muscle strain. Make the workshop as comfortable as possible. Ensure the work table is at the right height. Use a rubber mat on the floor to reduce standing fatigue. Have a stool or chair available for taking breaks.

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This stunning executive retreat is situated on a 2+ acres in a park like setting. Panoramic westerly views and vanishing edge salt water pool enhance this highly upgraded custom home. Call for an appointment. 3553 Rosa Way, Fallbrook. MLS #140035192 $1,4995,000

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Fabulous home close to all. Vaulted ceiling great room welcomes you, vanishing edge pool & spa. 4BR, 2.5BA all generous in size. Create gourmet meals in this large granite & ss applc kitchen. Open floor plan. $639,000

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4BR, 2BA, 2250sf with new trek deck, state-of-theart kitchen that was featured in a magazine, raised heated spa, refreshing pool w/new solar het. Single story in a gated community. Luxurious master bath. Highly upgraded. $564,789

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Custom 3037 sf, 4BR, 3.5BA home on 5 acre lot. 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. Nearby trails. $794,500

To view call Devon Camilleri 760-522-8559

FALLBROOK – Completing home improvement projects by one’s self can be both rewarding and financially responsible. A growing number of homeowners are dabbling in do-it-yourself projects, recognizing both the personal and financial rewards of such undertakings. As more and more homeowners perform their own renovations and other improvement projects, many are outfitting their homes with state-of-the-art workshops and transforming garages into a do-ityourselfer’s paradise. Safety is vital in any workshop. During a typical home renovation, homeowners will use all sorts of dangerous tools and chemicals, and even the simplest mishap can result in a serious injury. Following safety rules can reduce the risk of injury.

projects and may be able to teach tool usage. Do-it-yourselfers should consult professionals with regard to proper tool use and safety. Do not use tools for purposes other than what the tool was intended to do. If machine guards are provided, they should be used and never removed.

Know the tools Before novice do-it-yourselfers begin working with power tools, they should familiarize themselves with the owners’ manuals and the operating instructions. Some home-improvement retailers offer classes in various home renovation

Assess physical well-being Do-it-yourselfers should never work with machinery if they are feeling sick or fatigued, or while taking medication that can affect concentration or alertness. All it takes is a moment of distraction to cause an injury.

Wear safety gear Eye, ear and breathing protection are key in any workshop environment. Dust and chemical gases may be present when working with certain products, and debris can be kicked up and enter the eyes, causing irritation or even blindness. Loud power tools can damage sensitive ears, especially when used in a contained room. Always wear goggles, soundmuffling earphones and dust masks when working.

SAN DIEGO – San Diego County Assessor Ernie Dronenburg announced June 27 that the 2014 assessed value of all taxable property has increased by 6 percent (or $24.6 billion) from last year. The property was valued as of Jan. 1, 2014. This year ’s total assessed value is $433.4 billion. After deducting tax exempt properties (charitable, homeowners, disabled, etc.) the net assessed value is $417.4 billion. Based on a one percent tax rate it would produce approximately $4.17 billion in property taxes. “The majority of homeowners in San Diego County will only

see an increased value of less than one half of one percent. Under Proposition 13 values cannot grow more than the California Consumer Price Index (CPI) or two percent, whichever is lower,” said Dronenburg. “This year’s CPI factor was less than one half of one percent. There are over 575,000 (68 percent) residential properties in this Proposition 13 category in San Diego County.” However Prop 13 does allow for some exceptions to the two percent growth limitation. Valuation growth is also permissible when there is a change in ownership or new construction. Additionally, properties that

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Dress appropriately Loose clothing and hair can become tangled or lodged in equipment. Do not wear jewelry. Dress comfortably but appropriately for the workshop, being sure to wear sturdy shoes. Lock it up Children and pets are curious and may wander into a workshop to explore. They can become seriously ill or injured by the bevy of chemicals and tools used for common projects. Some items are flammable and sharp and should always be out of reach. Locking cabinets and drawers can keep tools inaccessible. Also warn youngsters against entering the workshop unattended. As more people engage in doit-yourself projects, homeowners should reacquaint themselves with these safety procedures.

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received value reductions in recent years because their current market value had fallen below their Proposition 13 values may see restorations in their assessments as market values continue to climb. “During the great recession my office provided temporary reductions on over 210,000 residential properties because their current market value was less than their Proposition 13 value.” said Dronenburg. “Each subsequent year we are required by state law to reevaluate these properties and adjust their values accordingly, but never exceeding the lesser of the market value or the Proposition 13 value.” Comparable sales and other market data have indicated that the market value of residential property in San Diego County has been increasing. “This year we are partially or totally restoring many of these properties to their indexed Proposition 13 values because market values are up,” continued Dronenburg. Value notices will be sent to affected property owners after July 7, 2014. Properties that had received a temporary reduction in value during the great recession are not limited in growth to the inflation rate adjustment. The upper limit of value for these properties is their current market value as of Jan. 1, 2014 or their Proposition 13 value, whichever is less. In addition to the 984,587 taxable real estate parcels, the Assessor’s office also values business personal property and boats and aircraft. For the 2014 assessment roll, 57,661 businesses, 13,172 boats and 1,722 aircraft were valued. Cities and school districts rely heavily on property tax revenue. All 18 cities in the county experienced positive assessed value growth. The City of San Marcos had the highest growth with an increase of 8.72 percent. Property owners who disagree with their assessed values and can support a lower value may file an assessment appeal application between July 2 and Dec. 1, 2014. Application forms are available from the Clerk of the Assessment Appeals Board at (619) 531-5777 or from

JULY 3, 2014

Fallbrook/Bonsall Village News

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JULY 3, 2014

Fallbrook/Bonsall Village News

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