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MARCH 20, 2015
Study of
fairgrounds’
impacts
kicks off
By Bianca Kaplanek
are actually remitting (transient
occupancy tax) because they’re
renting for less than 30 days, and
we’re cashing those checks,” Bar-
DEL MAR — A
long-awaited study to
determine the impacts
events at the Del Mar
Fairgrounds have on Del
Mar and Solana Beach is
finally getting underway.
At the March 16 meeting Del Mar City Council approved a $90,000
contract with Economic
& Planning Systems, a
land-economic consulting
firm.
The study is a requirement of a February
2013 settlement between
the two cities, the San Dieguito River Park Joint
Powers Authority and the
22nd District Agricultural Association, which governs the fairgrounds.
It will determine
the costs associated with
services such as law enforcement and emergency responders, capital
replacement and maintenance of infrastructure
provided by Solana Beach
and Del Mar.
The study must also
assess how much money the two cities receive
from transient occupancy
and sales taxes, off-track
betting and all other receipts and income directly paid or generated by
the activities.
“All in all it’s basically to look at the overall
revenues that are generated associated with the
fairgrounds’ presence and
their operations, their
events and then also to
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Signaling of spring
The Paper Kite butterfly from Southeast Asia lands on one of the many unique blooms in the terrarium of the Butterfly Jungle at San Diego Zoo Safari Park.
The exhibit opened on March 14 and runs through April 12. See full story on page A20. Photo by Ellen Wright
Short-term vacation rentals soon to be allowed in Carlsbad
By Ellen Wright
CARLSBAD — The City Council received an update on the conflicting policies and practices regarding short-term vacation rentals
in the city at a meeting Tuesday.
Staff also presented the city
with a draft for zoning changes to
allow for short-term vacation rentals.
Assistant City Manager Gary
Barberio called the current rules
unclear, hard to follow and difficult
to enforce.
Short-term vacation rentals,
which are rentals offered for 30
days or less, are not addressed in
the city’s municipal code or in zoning regulations.
Anything not allowed in the
municipal code is generally considered prohibited.
That hasn’t stopped the rentals
from operating in the city.
A search on VRBO.com turns up about 350 short-term vacation rentals in Carlsbad. The city is currently receiving transient occupancy
tax from 43 rentals. The tax is $1 per room per night. Image from VRBO.com
About 400 short-term rentals
are operating in Carlsbad, mostly
in the coastal
corridor.
During the last fiscal year, the
city collected $333,000 in transient
occupancy tax from 43 rentals.
“While were saying they’re
not allowed, we do have business
licenses for 43 vacation rentals who
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T he C oast News La Posada helps fulfill housing needs Senior Citizens Standing
By Promise Yee
REGION — North
County migrant farm workers face numerous health
challenges, one of the foremost being a lack of access
to the basic necessities of
food, water and shelter.
The migrant nature of
their work, which calls for
them to follow the crop season from farm to farm, and
lack of transportation, does
not allow them to become
established in one spot.
Added to this, minimum
wages they receive makes
finding suitable housing especially difficult.
Some farm workers
live in self-made encampments that have no running
water, and are often looted
by gang members.
Others find assistance
through charity housing
services.
One such housing service is La Posada de Guadalupe shelter in Carlsbad,
which is run by Catholic
Charities Diocese of San
Diego.
La Posada has 50 semiprivate long-term beds for
farm workers. Workers
must provide identification and pay a $60 monthly
room and board fee. In turn
they receive three cooked
meals, and a bed in parti-
La Posada de Guadalupe shelter provides low cost semi-private
rooms for workers. Regional housing falls short of demand. Photo by
Promise Yee
tioned quarters adjacent
to one or two other beds.
Shower facilities are also
on site.
La Posada has been
serving migrant farm workers for decades. The facility
was first housed in trailers.
In 2013 major renovations were made and
permanent
mission-style
stucco buildings were
constructed for housing
quarters, dining and staff
offices. The grounds also include an open-air patio that
overlooks the fields where
many of the workers labor
during their stay.
Ed Bermar, a board
member and volunteer at
La Posada, said workers
range in age from “fairly
young” to late 60s and 70s.
“They work from sun
up to sundown five to six
days a week,” Bermar said.
“They’re extremely hard
workers.”
When the crop season
changes and workers move
on, there is not always similar housing available near
their next job site in Fallbrook, Bonsal or Del Mar.
Bermar said the reason
there are not more housing
facilities for workers may
be the demands of federal
guidelines, or the cost to
run facilities.
Fernando Sañudo, Vista Community Clinic CEO,
serves the health needs of
North County migrant farm
workers. He said he sees
the toll hard labor and lack
of basic necessities takes on
workers.
Sañudo said while
there are admirable efforts
in North County to provide
shelter, and incorporate
housing units for migrant
farm workers within low-income housing projects, the
supply falls short of the demand.
“It’s always been an issue,” Sañudo said.
Sañudo said leaving
workers to fend for themselves in self-made encampments is not acceptable.
“You can’t help but
think about them when
it’s pouring rain, or super
cold in the morning, and
they have to get up early in
the morning and go to this
job that’s so incredibly exhausting,” he said.
Sañudo said adding to
the problem is a lack of responsibility on the part of
farm owners who employ
migrant farm workers.
He added there is also
a shortage of human concern by the community
at large who look past the
problem as they stock up on
affordable fresh fruits and
vegetables, which are often
harvested by the workers.
City discusses RV parking rules
By Bianca Kaplanek
SOLANA BEACH —
In response to a spike in
complaints, Solana Beach
council members at the
March 11 meeting discussed possibly changing
the regulations for parking recreational vehicles
on city streets.
Community
Development Director Wendé
Protzman said there has
been a significant increase
in complaints during the
past six months. Specifically, three residents sent
emails last month asking
city officials to address
their concerns regarding
two recreational vehicles
they say are parked consistently on South Nardo
Avenue.
“They are an eyesore
and devalue the neighborhood, in addition to posing a hazard when parked
near driveways as they
pose a visual impediment
to oncoming traffic along
what can be a very busy
road at times,” Adrienne
Davenport wrote.
Gayle Wells described
the vehicles as “unsightly
and a nuisance to all on
our street.”
The city code allows
motor homes and campers to be parked on public streets and in public
parking lots for no more
than 24 consecutive hours.
Boats and boat and camp
trailers are limited to two
hours.
To address complaints,
staff presented a handful
of recommendations, such
as prohibiting overnight
parking, restricting parking hours or locations and
developing a permit program that allows temporary parking.
Councilman
Mike
Nichols said the city needs
a clear definition of what a
recreational vehicle is.
“I think a minimal effect is probably the most
desired, something that
you could incrementally
grow if it doesn’t address
the problem, but giving
neighbors an ability to call
in versus don’t make it a
code enforcement seekand-destroy kind of thing,
you know where they’re
just out looking for issues,” he added.
Nichols also said he
supports a permit program
that is simple and inexpensive, if not free.
Councilman Dave Zito
said the city needs to find
easier and more effective
ways to enforce the regulations.
“I think most people
who have really large vehicles should be expecting to
store them somewhere else
rather than on the public
streets,” he added.
“I’ve seen too many
RVs
parked
around,
whether they’re considered oversized or just are
RVs,” Mayor Lesa Heebner said. “They are used in
the same manner and they
just sit there for a very
long period of time.
“Whether
they’re
pretty and expensive or
ugly and unsightly is not
my concern,” she added.
“It’s just that they are
there and they are blocking things.”
Heebner said she also
supports a permit program
that’s “enforceable and
fair to neighbors.”
She said she didn’t
want owners to be able “to
get out of it” just by moving the vehicle every few
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The owner of Solana Highlands is proposing to demolish the 43-yearold apartment complex and rebuild it with updated Craftsman-style
exteriors. If installed, about 30 percent of the required story poles
would present access problems for emergency vehicles. Residents
urged council not to approve a waiver request. Courtesy rendering
Story pole waiver
request continued
By Bianca Kaplanek
SOLANA BEACH —
Rather than deny a request
to install only 70 percent
of the required story poles
for the complete remodel
of an apartment complex,
as many residents wanted
them to do, council members at the March 11 meeting opted to continue the
hearing so the developer
could hold a public workshop and refine the plans.
H.G. Fenton Company
is planning to demolish
and rebuild Solana Highlands, a 194-unit complex
built in 1972 that is located on South Nardo and Stevens avenues.
The developer, who
bought the 13.4-acre site
in 1998, is proposing to
replace the existing buildings with 260 one- and
two-bedroom apartment
homes — 32 of them affordable — with washers,
dryers and storage spac-
es for all units, parking
garages for all but about
10, updated interiors and
Craftsman-style exteriors
designed by Steve Dalton,
who grew up on Nardo and
was the architect for the
renovated Fletcher Cove
Community Center.
Plans also include
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Committee formed to give
those 55 and over a voice
By Promise Yee
OCEANSIDE — The
first meeting of the newly
establish Senior Citizens
Standing Committee was
held March 17. The standing committee was formed
at the request of residents
55 and older to ensure they
have a voice in city decision-making.
The standing committee operates under the
Parks and Recreation Commission led by Parks and
Recreation division manager Eileen Turk.
Prior to the standing
committee being formed,
a Senior Citizens Commission met with city staff to
address senior services and
events focused on the 55
and over crowd. The Senior
Citizens Commission, along
with numerous other commissions and committees,
was disbanded a few years
ago due to city budget cuts
and the cost of city staff
time to prepare and attend
meetings.
The standing committee picked up on March
17 from where the former
commission left off. Volunteer committee members
are chair John Rhoad, and
members Jerry Anderson, Richard Blankinship
and Marvin Foster. Rhoad
previously served on the
former commission for 13
years.
During the first meeting committee members
heard an overview of city
senior services and programs. Information was
shared on Club 55 senior
fitness center, the Country
Club and El Corazon Senior
Centers, and Solutions for
Seniors on the Go transpor-
tation services.
Solutions for Seniors
on the Go provides low cost
taxi scrip, van services and
door to door volunteer drivers to qualifying Oceanside
seniors at minimum or no
cost.
Other services, clubs
and activities are open to
the whole community and
beyond. The hot lunch program at Country Club Senior Center and Sunday
senior dances at El Corazon
Senior Center are open to
all area seniors.
Club 55 senior fitness
center staff is working to
boost club membership by
inviting all ages to join at
$55 a year. The club, which
is named in honor of football legend and hometown
hero Junior Seau whose jersey number was 55, is run
by Vista Community Clinic
and will hold a celebration
to mark its reopening in
May.
Monday bingo volunteers at El Corazon Senior
Center also invite everyone
age 18 and older to play. In
addition to being a lot of
fun, bingo games raise money for the senior nutrition
program, which prepares
and delivers meals to homebound seniors.
The meeting also allowed time for residents
to bring up question, comments and concerns. One
request was to include a direct link to senior services
and events on the city’s
home page.
The Senior Citizens
Standing Committee will
meet quarterly. The next
scheduled meeting is 2
p.m. June 16 at the City
Council Chambers.
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Community Commentary
Caltrans needs to slow down,
make sure widening project is good fit
By Shari Mackin
We must all decrease our water use!
By Michael Bardin
The drought is worsening and drastic calls
are escalating for local
residents, businesses and
local governments to each
do their part by reducing
water use and improving
water supplies.
In other words, take
up the Water Savings Challenge!
The reasons every resident in our service area
needs to reduce their water use is compelling and
urgent:
•Hottest weather
on record — Last year was
the hottest year on record
in San Diego County and
California (dating back to
1895).
• Driest years on record — 2012-2014 was the
driest three-year period on
record for the state.
• Snowpack is only
19 percent of average —
Statewide snowpack is
about 19 percent of the
long-term average.
• State Water Allocation is only 20 percent —
this critical source for the
entire County has been initially set at only 20 percent
of requested supplies.
• District has no
more water in Lake Hodges because of low rainfall
— The District has used
up its local water supply in
Lake Hodges and the lack
of rain has resulted in no
water for this summer.
As
the
extreme
drought continues into a
fourth year, the District’s
water supply will almost
certainly be cut by 10 percent or more by summer.
We are, therefore, asking customers to cut their
water use in order to save
water now for the upcoming year and to make up for
some of the drought losses.
If some residents are
not conserving with the
mindset that they are positioning themselves for better water allocations if the
drought continues, please
understand that if the District were to go to alloca-
tions, the basis would not
be water consumption for
this year.
February was an unusually dry and hot month,
and the amount of water consumed during this
month was the highest it’s
been in the past decade.
This demonstrates that
water use is influenced by
weather conditions and irrigation.
Reducing water use
will not be easy in this
unseasonably dry, warm
weather.
Water use in the District has, in fact, been rising rather than falling.
Even though our community’s many large properties require significant
amounts of water to sustain their current status,
we must find a way to reduce use compared to previous years like everyone
else in the state.
Our collective failure
to cut back water use is
attracting statewide negative attention.
To help you reduce
your use, we ask that you
adhere to the mandatory
Level 2 Water Shortage
requirements in place and
participate in our free Water Saving Checkups, both
described below.
Customers must comply with the Level 2 mandatory water shortage requirements.
These
include
assigned days for watering
(ODD addresses on Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday
and EVEN addresses Monday, Wednesday, Saturday)
as well as limitations on
irrigation time on lawns to
10 minutes for each watering station, no washing of
hard surfaces, prohibition
of overspray and waste, including runoff, and more.
Please see our website for
details of the mandatory
conservation measures.
Contact the District to
obtain a free Water Saving
Checkup, which can help
you reduce water waste by
20 percent or more.
To help customers
meet the Water Savings
Challenge, the District offers numerous programs,
including a new conservation program focused on
helping those with large
properties use water more
efficiently.
But there are also programs for commercial, multifamily, industrial, public
or smaller single-family
properties.
The Water Saving
Checkup program sends
certified landscape professionals and other water
conservation experts to
check irrigation systems
and other water use, and
provide detailed estimates
of repairs and water efficiency upgrades.
The specific services
depend on the property.
There is no cost or obligation and the report provides everything customers need to save water.
For more information
about all our water conservation programs or to
apply for a free Checkup,
please visit sfidwater.org/
checkup or call our office
at (858) 756-2424.
The District is undertaking comprehensive
drought and water supply
program.
The water supply program includes: 1) evaluating recycled water supply
options with 10 local agencies; 2) undertaking an Advanced Water Purification
Concept Study, which will
evaluate the feasibility
and cost of taking recycled
wastewater and treating it
to potable water use levels;
3) conducting a rate study
that will consider new tiers
to promote water conservation and identify the rates
needed to fund alternative
water supply efforts.
The District will provide extensive outreach
on these programs as they
progress, as well as provide numerous opportunities for the public to learn
more and provide input.
Michael Bardin is the general manager of the Santa Fe
Irrigation District.
On March 16, the nation will celebrate, “Freedom of Information Day”
marking the declaration of the Freedom
of Information Act enacted on July 4,
1966.
The Act ensures every person the
right to get information from government
records that are not protected by one of
the nine exemptions, or particular law
enforcement record exceptions.
The Eileen Cooke State & Local Madison Awards recognize champions of this
ideal, and as we have seen some advances in freedom of information within government agencies, unfortunately, a large
agency within our government, Caltrans
is not one of them.
Caltrans would like us to think that
it is a transparent agency and one who
wants public input, but according to its
own admissions by the proposed Interstate 5/state Route 78 Interchange project manager, it holds non-noticed, clandestine meetings where Caltrans names
the participants in the “community working group.”
The meetings are staffed with political consultants, an engineering firm, and
various “select” participants, and hosted
with taxpayer dollars out of the view of
the public.
Does that sound like an agency which
embraces transparency or a government
agency doing its bidding in the shadows?
Organizer Allan Kosup from Caltrans, outlined goals and stated at the onset of the secret meetings, “It is helpful
to have the working group be part of the
process so when it comes time to identify
a preferred alternative, there are no surprises in the community about the decision Caltrans will make. It also shows the
elected officials in the area that there is
consensus in the community that a project needs to be built.”
What Mr. Kosup doesn’t seem to understand is, the group he assembled has
not been transparent with the public either.
The public is not notified when the
“community working group” meets so
they can ask questions or offer insight,
only given the results of the “meeting” —
this is not transparency.
Does this satisfy the public’s right to
know? Absolutely not!
The right to know should not be an
afterthought rather the forethought;
Caltrans persists in insulting the bright
minds in our communities by continuing
to discount their ideas, abilities, and participation in an open process.
Caltrans needs a do over — Caltrans
needs to come out of the shadows and do
it right this time.
Caltrans needs to notice the public
they are seeking input and hold multiple
public meetings throughout Oceanside
and Carlsbad.
Since funding is not allocated for the
entire project, the current focus should
be on taking time to find the right fit for
all, rather than how they can ramrod the
Los Angeles style interchange through by
means of surreptitious meetings.
Years ago, we asked Caltrans “marry” the I-5 widening with the interchange
project.
They refused and we know why. The
impacts of both projects will forever
change Oceanside and Carlsbad communities and this should not be taken lightly.
Over an estimated 12,000 residents
property values and quality of life (South
Oceanside and Fire Mountain) will be impacted by the decision.
Caltrans’ idea that its “community-working group” will show there is
“consensus” in the community couldn’t
be more wrong.
There is no consensus in the community, rather feelings of deceit, secrecy
and surprise.
So, Caltrans, let’s open it up, slow it
down and make sure the fit is good for all
in a transparent process as we celebrate
“Freedom of Information Day” and the
President (James Madison) who vowed
to make certain that the newly formed
nation held no secrets from the people it
served.
Shari Mackin is a former Oceanside City
Council member.
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T he C oast News All SDUHSD applicants get first choice as parents rally for future
By Aaron Burgin
ENCINITAS — All prospective and current San
Dieguito Union High School
District students who applied for admission to their
school of choice during the
district’s lottery got into
their first-choice school,
district officials announced
Wednesday.
The news comes just a
day after nearly 40 parents
and students rallied outside
of San Dieguito High School
Academy to insist the district revise its enrollment
policy to give preference
to neighborhood students,
some of which were initially kept out of San Dieguito
last year as a result of over
capacity.
“We just want our kids
to have the same choice
available to them as every
other child in the district,”
said Danica Edelbrock, who
organized the rally. “We
want a community school,
we want our children to be
able to attend elementary,
junior high and go to high
school together. I think it’s a
no-brainer for the district.”
The district’s current
model for high schools was
borne during the 1990s
when the district was opening La Costa Canyon, and
Nearly 40 parents and students rally outside of San Dieguito High
School Academy this week to insist the district revise its enrollment
policy. Photo by Aaron Burgin
parents and administrators
were concerned that the
new high school could create an ethnic and economic
divide between the neighborhoods.
As a solution, the district changed San Dieguito
from a neighborhood high
school to an academy open
to all students in the district
that would have to apply
for admission. The district
continued with that model when it opened Canyon
Crest in 2004.
Michael Grove, asso-
ciate superintendent of
SDUHSD, said that other
districts have emulated San
Dieguito’s open-enrollment
model for new schools, including Mission Vista High
School in the Vista Unified
School District and Sage
Creek High School in Carlsbad.
The district’s lottery
process calls for each eighth
grade student to declare
one school as their school
of choice. If more students
apply for the two academies
than the capacity allows,
the district conducts a lottery.
Students who live in the
school district’s northern
half who don’t get into their
school of choice must attend
La Costa Canyon, and those
who live in the southern half
must go to Torrey Pines.
The current open-enrollment policy came under fire last year, when 65
students who lived within
walking distance of San Dieguito were initially turned
away from the school and
were instead sent to La Costa Canyon High School. Parents argued that the policy
ripped social groups apart
and forced some parents
into longer, traffic-filled
commutes to La Costa Canyon, which is about 15 minutes away without traffic.
This prompted a series
of parent protests of the district’s open enrollment policies, which in turn prompted the district to search for
both long- and short-term
solutions.
The short-term solution
was for the district to boost
the capacity at San Dieguito
later in the summer, which
allowed for at least some of
the students initially turned
away to get admitted to the
school.
Council unanimously adopts pedestrian, safe school routes plan
By Aaron Burgin
ENCINITAS — The Encinitas City Council unanimously adopted a plan that
provides the city a roadmap
for improving pedestrian
travel and creating safer
routes to schools, including
at one of the most notoriously pedestrian unfriendly
school sites, Paul Ecke Central Elementary School.
The council’s endorsement of the “Let’s Move Encinitas! Pedestrian Travel
and Safe Routes to School
Plan” came after hearing
from parents, staff and a student involved with Paul Ecke
Elementary, all with the
same message for the council: make the safety around
the school a top priority.
“Our kids need your
help,” said Amy Flicker, the
PTA president at Paul Ecke
Central.
“We pride ourselves on
being a progressive wellness
and environmentally con-
scious school, but our students can’t even participate
in our own school-sponsored
bike and walk to school days
because it is too risky for our
kids,” she added.
The contingent requested the city prioritize several
projects, including complete
sidewalks along the east side
of Vulcan Avenue, where the
school is located, improving connections along Coast
Highway 101 and Vulcan Avenue so that residents on the
west side of Coast Highway
101 can safely traverse both
streets to get to school, and
traffic calming along several
of the surrounding streets,
including Hygeia Avenue
and Cereus Street.
Chris Andrade, a safety
patrol officer at the school,
echoed Flicker’s concerns,
saying that the traffic conditions on busy Vulcan Avenue
and the streets surrounding
the school make the prospects of a student getting in-
jured in a traffic collision an
inevitability.
“We can’t be the school
that makes that phone call
home,” Andrade said. “This
is preventable, we can fix
this. They have a plan, let’s
put it in place.”
The Let’s Move plan
provides the city with a list
of priority projects that it
can incorporate in its active
transportation master plan
and schools can use for traffic improvements around
their campuses.
The plan, however,
doesn’t provide the engineering or technical specification necessary to make the
projects “shovel ready,” as
the city must do with each individual project at the time
they consider it.
The council, however,
told the Paul Ecke Central
contingent that they believed help was on the near
horizon for some of the issues plaguing the area.
“I think we are on the
cusp of doing something significant at Paul Ecke Central,” Councilwoman Lisa
Shaffer said to the attendees.
Then, the district set
up a committee of parents,
staff and other citizens to
explore the district’s enrollment policies.
That group, which is
called the High School Enrollment Study Group, has
held a series of workshops
in which they have solicited community input on five
options the district has for
future enrollment:
• Make all of the
district’s four high schools
“neighborhood
schools”
with their own boundaries. Currently, only two of
the schools, La Costa Canyon and Torrey Pines, have
neighborhood boundaries,
while San Dieguito and
Canyon Crest Academy
are open to all of the district’s students through the
open-enrollment process.
• Drop all boundaries around Torrey Pines and
La Costa Canyon and make
all of the schools open to all
of the district’s students.
• Make small boundaries in the neighborhoods
immediately surrounding
Canyon Crest and San Dieguito, thus reserving spaces for local students at the
schools.
• Make the smaller
boundaries at each of the
local schools.
• Keep the current
open-enrollment process.
Sarah Gardner, a member of the study group, said
a number of parents have
attended the meetings and
given both benefits and
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Falling Asleep
the Natural Way
Relieve Insomnia without Medication
By Michael Bannach, MD
Scripps Clinic, Encinitas
Almost everyone has trouble
sleeping from time to time.
However, chronic insomnia can
become a real issue — triggering a
host of conditions that can take a
toll on your health and well-being.
Lack of sleep can make you tired and moody, give
you tension headaches, cause an inability to focus
and have serious effects on your health, including
increasing your risk for obesity, heart disease and
type 2 diabetes.
The good news is that you can curtail sleepless
nights with some simple changes and without using
medication. Try the tips below to help you sleep.
1. Stick to a schedule. Go to bed and wake up
around the same time every day. Have a sleep
routine, even on the weekends, to help you sleep
better every night of the week.
2. Set up a routine before going to bed. Start to
unwind an hour or so before going to sleep. Relax
by enjoying a warm bath, meditating or listening to
calming music.
3. Limit food and drinks. Don’t eat or drink for an
hour or so before bed to reduce your chances of
waking up because of digestion issues or middle-ofthe-night trips to the bathroom.
4. Create a sleep-friendly environment. Avoid
reading, working or eating in bed, and keep that
space just for sleep. Turn off the TV and digital
devices because the mental stimulation and light
can interfere with your sleep cycle. Remove devices,
such as DVRs or clocks that emit light at night.
5. Avoid distractions. Hide anything, including your
phone, that could distract you, unexpectedly make
noise, or remind you of the time when you are
trying to sleep.
6. Get out of bed. It may seem counterintuitive, but if
you can’t fall asleep, get up. Go to a different room
and try a relaxing activity, such as light reading.
If sleep is still elusive, try these natural calming
methods before buying an over-the-counter sleep
medication. Many can help you fall asleep and also
promote muscle relaxation.
• Exercise. Getting regular exercise can improve
your energy and help you relax. Be sure to stop
any rigorous exercise activities several hours before
bedtime.
• Meditation. Meditation can help you fall asleep,
reduce stress and lower blood pressure.
• Aromatherapy. Lavender often aids sleep. There are
many sprays with real lavender that you can spritz on
your pillow, or use a lavender-filled pillow.
• Yoga. Gentle yoga or stretching, not ashtanga or
power yoga, can combat insomnia by relieving stress
and relaxing your muscles.
• Acupuncture. There has been clinical evidence that
acupuncture reduces anxiety and improves sleep
quality.
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at Scripps Clinic, Encinitas. Dr. Bannach provides
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MARCH 20, 2015 O’side Council moves
forward on ban, fines
By Promise Yee
OCEANSIDE — The
City Council approved the
introduction of an ordinance to ban smoking on
outdoor restaurant and bar
dining patios in a 3-2 vote
on March 18.
While the majority
of City Council members
and speakers said the ordinance that guards against
secondhand smoke is the
right things to do, a handful
of restaurant/bar owners
spoke against the smoking
ban.
Following the meeting
Tom Ratowski, co-owner
of The Draft Restaurant
& Sports Bar, said he went
through hoops to build a
patio to city specifications,
which is used by patrons
who want to smoke.
“We don’t serve food on
the patio,” Ratowski said.
“We’ve been proactive from
the beginning. Now they’re
puling it out from under
us.”
Ratowski and Derek
Mascia have co-owned the
restaurant/bar for seven
years.
Ratowski said the ban
should be determined on a
case-by-case basis.
During the meeting,
Joe Jeffery, owner of Junkyard Grill & Sports Bar,
requested that existing
restaurant/bar smoking patios be grandfathered in.
He also built a patio specifically for patrons to have a
place to step away from diners and light up.
Councilmen Jerry Kern
and Jack Feller sided with
business owners and voted
against the ordinance, saying it should be an owner’s
right to run their restaurant
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One more option OK’d to
finance energy-efficient upgrades
By Bianca Kaplanek
SOLANA BEACH —
Property owners now have
another option to finance
permanent
energy-efficient improvements to their
homes after council members at the March 11 meeting agreed to participate in
the Ygrene Works Property
Assessed Clean Energy, or
PACE, Program.
PACE allows property
owners to buy water-conservation or energy-efficient
upgrades and pay for them
over time through an additional assessment on their
property tax bills.
There are more than
50 product categories to
choose from, including everything from artificial
turf and solar panels to
tankless water heaters and
window filming.
Property owners must
live in a city that participates in a PACE program,
which Solana Beach agreed
to do in late 2013.
The interest rate depends on the length of the
loan, which can be paid
over time or in full at any
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The city already allows
such financing through
CaliforniaFIRST, Figtree
and Home Energy Retrofit
Opportunity, also known as
HERO.
In addition to supporting development of renewable energy sources and
installation of energy and
water efficiency improvements that protect the environment, participation in
PACE programs is believed
to reduce energy costs, increase property values and
provide jobs.
There are no financial
obligations or risks to the
city. Participation in all
four programs is nonexclusive so the city can add
others when they become
available.
“The inclusion of competing programs would provide greater options and potentially greater benefits to
the property owners,” the
staff report states.
The regional director for Ygrene is Crystal
Crawford, a former Del
Mar councilwoman.
Minding your Ps and Qs while in Beantown
small
talk
jean gillette
here are, of course,
so many reasons
T
to love living in laid-back
Southern California, but I
have begun to appreciate it
from an entirely different
perspective, since my son
moved to Boston.
Yes, I love Boston, love
to visit it, but the state of
Massachusetts is one tough
cookie. The lawmakers there
simply brook no nonsense,
mister, and haven’t since
colonial times. If you’re in
Mass., you had better mind
your Ps and Qs, be prepared
to toe the line and take the
consequences of your actions, and I don’t mean maybe.
The first thing I heard
about was a myth about a
brothel law, which allegedly prohibits sorority houses
because groups of women,
living together, is just suspicious. It turns out the actual
zoning code law says no more
than four unrelated students, of any sex, may share
an apartment or house, but
no mention is made of brothels. Still, we know where it
started, so no monkey business, missy.
My son also learned
there is no option for traffic
school in Massachusetts. If
you are foolish enough to get
a citation, you will just have
to wear that scarlet letter
on your driving record for
all the world to see, and use
to raise your policy rates.
However, you don’t need to
carry proof of insurance in
your car. Your registration is
proof. I rather like that one.
Much of their attitude
apparently stems from old
English law, when they
were one of the original 13
colonies, and there hasn’t
been time enough to clean
up many of the older laws
on the books. Be aware that
there is still no hunting on
Sundays and many cities
and counties observe “blue
laws” that prohibit the sale
of liquor on Sundays. In addition, witches are still banned
from Massachusetts and it’s
illegal to be an atheist or to
“reproach God” there. It is illegal to give beer to hospital
patients, eat more than three
sandwiches at a wake or use
tomatoes in the production
of clam chowder.
You’d best just watch
your mouth and your manners, young man. If you can’t
control yourself, you’ll end
up living in New York.
Jean Gillette may have eaten
more than three sandwiches in
Boston — No, wait. They were
cannolis and they were delicious. Contact her at [email protected]
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Sinking boat is raised in Oceanside Harbor
By Promise Yee
OCEANSIDE — Harbor police and harbor
maintenance workers came
to the aid of a sinking boat
in Oceanside Harbor on
March 9.
A caller reported a 35foot vessel tied up at the L
Dock was taking on water.
When first responders arrived the boat had sunk
down to its rails.
Lt. Leonard Cosby said
the first order of business
was to make sure anyone
on board was safe.
When it was found the
boat was empty, the next
steps were to drain the boat
and hoist it out of the water. To ensure environmental safety booms were put
around the boat to absorb
any displaced fluids.
The unmanned boat
was removed from the harbor and stored at the harbor dry dock until the owners could be notified. The
names of the boat owners
were not released.
Jim Jenkin, Oceanside
Yacht Club member, said
the boat was recently purchased and under repair.
Jenkins said a mechanic
had been out lately to work
on the boat. He added the
boat might have taken on
water because a hose was
left undone.
Police confirmed that
the owners had been re-
pairing the boat, and had
not been around for a few
days when it was reported
the boat was sinking.
It was not confirmed
who made the call for help,
but it’s likely that a liveaboard resident in the harbor saw the boat in distress
and called.
The owners will likely
have to cover the cost of
salvage operations. At the
time of reporting police did
not have an estimate of that
amount.
Cosby said it is advantageous vessel rescue operations were practiced by
Oceanside and fellow San
Diego County first respond-
er teams a month earlier.
He said a boat taking on
water is something that
happens, but it is an unusual occurrence.
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A ‘Pirate through and through’: Carroll sings the praises of his successor
sports
talk
jay paris
Coach John Carroll
spoke and why put your
trust elsewhere?
“He’s a true Pirate,’’
Carroll said. “He loves
Oceanside and always has.’’
Here’s where we circle
back and remove “coach”
from John Carroll’s moniker. I’m not sure I want to.
Carroll, the legendary
Oceanside coach, has retried.
But he wouldn’t rest
until the iconic program he
built was in solid hands.
We introduce David Rodriguez, Carroll’s successor
and the subject of his praises.
“He is a really good
man,’’ Carroll said.
Good for Oceanside.
There’s few prep athletic programs in the county —
maybe the nation — which
possess what Oceanside
owns.
It’s football on Friday
nights and we get that. But
there’s more.
“He totally gets the
sense of family and tradition with Oceanside foot-
ball,’’ Carroll said. “He
knows about that connection to the past.’’
Maybe because he was
part of it. Rodriguez was an
Oceanside assistant from
1995-2002 before leaving
for Arizona.
“He didn’t leave for
greener pastures, he left
because of his family,’’ Carroll said.
“He didn’t want to
leave in the first place and
now he has returned to
greener pastures.’’
He comes back with
head-coaching experience,
after three stops in the Tucson area.
Gonzalez directed Sahuarita High School the
past four seasons to a 36-9
mark. Last year Sahuarita
went 12-1, with Gonzalez
named Arizona’s prep coach
of the year.
“It’s bittersweet for me
and the players because
we had something special
here,’’ Gonzalez said by
phone, between history
classes he teaches. “None
the less, this is a once in
a lifetime opportunity to
head back to Oceanside and
also to follow in the footsteps of someone I consider
my greatest football mentor, John Carroll. It is just
an amazing chance and an
opportunity I just could not
pass up.’’
Then one looks up at
what Carroll has done in 26
seasons: won 13 CIF San Diego Section titles, two state
championships and a stunning 21 straight showings in
the section semifinals.
Is Gonzalez sure he
wants a bite of this apple?
Ever hear of Gene Bartow,
the coach replacing John
Wooden at UCLA?
Gonzalez has, and he
takes Carroll’s position
with determination, energy
and perspective.
“If you try and replicate what John Wooden did
you are going to fall short
because there will never be
another John Wooden,’’ he
said.
Rodriguez, 45, is his
own man, but if he borrows
from Carroll, what’s the
harm?
“We are going to respect and honor what has
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been created and we’re excited to take Pirate football
into this new era,’’ Rodriguez said. “Guys come and
go but the tradition and
standard stay the same.’’
While Carroll’s name
is mentioned in reverence,
what he preached wasn’t
that innovative. It was
work, work and work, with
the journey always determining the destination.
“It’s the grind,’’ Rodriguez said. “That is what he
is legendary for, his amazing attention to detail and
the preparation part of it.’’
The part, though, Rodriguez mentioned repeatedly was his mission for the
players, which extends past
the sidelines. It’s the chance
to turn teenagers into men,
and is there a greater calling in life?
“It’s really a laboratory to teach young people,’’
Gonzalez said. “I know it
sounds corny and cliché,
but it is a chance to take
young people and teach
them the time-honored lessons we were all taught and
prepare them for the life
that they will have.
“Teach them how to
show up on time, how to aspire to be successful, how to
overcome adversity and how
to be a productive member
of your community.’’
Carroll won’t predict
how Rodriguez will fare.
But it’s a fair assumption he
couldn’t be happier and it
has nothing to do with Gonzalez’s offensive and defen-
sive schemes.
“How he does as
Oceanside’s head football
coach, no one know can
say,’’ said Carroll, who went
28-75-6.
“But
unquestionably
he is a Pirate, through and
through, and a very, very
good man. Any mother out
there worried about their
son being taken care of
properly just had that answered in the positive.’’
In Carroll we trust.
Contact Jay Paris at [email protected] Follow him on
Twitter at jparis_sports and
at mighty1090.com
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Torrey Pines shakes off finals loss, makes deep state run
By Aaron Burgin
Jason Parra, 8, of Lakewood, Calif. (No. 255) may have set a new world
record for his age group with his mile-time of 5:34. The Encinitas Mile
race organizers are working to ratify the record to make it official. Photo
by Mathew Davis/endurancesportsphotos.com
New records set in
race’s second year
By Tony Cagala
ENCINITAS — The Encinitas Mile saw some of its
fastest times recorded yet
in the race’s short two-year
history, including the possibility of a new world record.
Jason Parra, 8, of Lakewood, Calif. may have the
new world record in his age
group, finishing the mile
with a time of 5:34.
Race organizers Dan
Seidel and Mark Sarno are
working to ratify the record
in order to make it official,
though it may not be known
until later this fall.
John Simons, 24, of
Blowing Rock, N.C., set
a new men’s elite record
for the event with a miletime of 4:14, beating out
last year’s fastest finisher,
Sergio Gonzalez by seven
seconds. Finishing just two
seconds behind Simons was
35-year-old San Marcos resident Brian Sullivan.
“It feels pretty good,”
Sullivan said of running the
course on Vulcan Avenue
(from F Street to Santa Fe
Drive and back) in just over
four minutes. “Anytime you
go out there and run as well
as that, it feels good — a
sense of accomplishment.”
Sullivan, a graduate of
Cal State San Marcos and
now an instructor at Encinitas Country Day School and
teacher of psychology at
Palomar College described
the feeling of competing at
that level as “comfortable.”
He added that that’s
what a lot of running the
mile in that fast of a time
is all about — getting your
body comfortable with that
kind of pace.
“The more comfortable
you are with it, the easier it
becomes,” he said.
Sullivan finished third
overall in the event last
year.
“My goal is always
to win, that’s why I’m out
there,” said Sullivan, who
describes himself more as
a middle-distance runner
than a sprinter. “At the
same time, I’d like to see if
I can still get under 4 minutes.”
He’s run a 4-minute
mile when he was younger,
he said, but he knows his
body has changed and so
too has his training.
“If things go well, I’ll
be able to get down to that
level again, if not under,”
Sullivan said.
Sullivan’s preparation
comes more from a mental
approach, he said, taking
a key term from his coach,
Paul Greer: “What you
call hell, I call home,” explaining that by training
at something so uncomfortable, when it comes to the
race it’s comfortable.
The women’s side also
set a new event record with
25-year-old Kirsty Legg of
Santa Cruz, Calif. clocking
in a 4:46 mile.
REGION — When
Torrey Pines lost the CIF
Open Division Championship title on March 7 on a
miracle four-point play, it
wasn’t clear how the Falcons would respond.
Seeded 6th in the state
Division 1 playoffs, the senior-laden Falcons could
either dwell on the loss
and make an early exit or
make a push toward a state
crown.
The Falcons did the
latter: After scoring a firstround victory over Santa
Ana Foothill — the program’s first state win under longtime head coach
John Olive — Torrey Pines
scored an improbable upset victory over No. 3 Long
Beach Poly on March 14
to advance to the regional
semifinals, where the Falcons fell to second-seeded
Chino Hills on Tuesday
night.
Torrey
Pines
was
joined by La Costa Canyon
and Army Navy Academy
in the regional semifinals
of the Divisions 2 and 5, respectively. All three teams
saw their seasons end Tuesday: La Costa Canyon,
seeded No. 1 in Division 2,
was upset by No. 4 Lawndale, and No. 6 Army Navy
was thwarted in its upset
bid of No. 2 Price, 67-62.
The win over Poly is
one of the biggest wins in
Torrey Pines basketball
history, and propelled the
The Torrey Pines High School basketball team celebrates after their
victory against Long Beach Poly on March 14. Photo by Aaron Burgin
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Carlsbad
June 12, 1930 - March 11, 2015
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Carlsbad
Dec. 21, 1995 - March 11, 2015
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Encinitas
Jan. 7, 1925 - March 10, 2015
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Carlsbad
Jan. 18, 1923 - March 7, 2015
Maria Thompson, 94
Solana Beach
Dec. 9, 1920 - March 6, 2015
Adelle Sandra Cohn, 85
Carlsbad
Jan. 25, 1930 - March 5, 2015
Jospehine Vargas, 89
Encinitas
May 30, 1925 - March 5, 2015
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Sept. 2, 1972 - March 5, 2015
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in the state playoffs in program history.
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history, it’s crazy, especially after that loss (in CIF),”
said senior guard Dominic Hovasse, who scored
a game-high 16 points
against Poly. “It is kind
of like redemption for us;
one of our goals was to go
farther than any team had
gone before, and to achieve
that goal with this group of
guys has been great.”
The Falcons, heavy underdogs in the Poly game,
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points in the first half before cutting the Jackrabbits lead to 43-40 at the
start of the fourth quarter.
From there, the Falcons
used hot free-throw shooting and stifling defense to
outscore Poly 14-6 in the
final quarter to score the
54-49 upset.
In the regional semifinal versus highly touted
Chino Hills, the script was
reversed: Torrey Pines controlled the game for more
than 25 minutes, before
the Huskies clawed back
and took over in the fourth
quarter behind the play of
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A TRIBUTE TO
SPRING
Ole man winter is packing away his “liquid
sunshine” and the first day of Spring arrives on
March 20th, so let’s all celebrate the good fortune we enjoy by living in Southern California.
As we mark the Vernal Equinox this year, why
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SPRING INTO LIFE - show those close to
your heart that you love them by spending time
with them. Go to a park, the beach, your own
back yard; the location doesn’t matter, the time
spent together does.
SPRING INTO LIFE - revisit your New
Year’s resolutions and keep working on the
goals you set in January until they become
accomplishments.
SPRING INTO LIFE - make a difference in
our great community. Our city is blessed with
an excellent group of community service clubs.
You can join others who share a focus of
improving the quality of life for our residents.
Each day is a new opportunity to SPRING
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T he C oast News MARCH 20, 2015
M arketplace News
Local MD offers personalized Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy
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If you would like an article on this page, please call (760) 436-9737
This month, Dr. Alexandra R.
Bunyak, MD, is celebrating the seven year birthday of BOUNDLESS,
her innovative regenerative medicine practice in Encinitas.
She founded her practice to offer patients non-surgical therapies
that boost patients’ own healing
powers naturally, including stem
cells, platelet rich plasma (PRP),
and prolotherapy.
This is the second in a series of
articles that focus on her regenerative medicine therapies.
What is Platelet Rich Plasma
Therapy? Platelet rich plasma therapy is a natural, non-surgical treatment option that uses the injection
of concentrated platelets to activate
and strengthen the body’s healing/
inflammation response to injury, relieving pain by promoting long-lasting repair and regeneration.
Platelets are nature’s healing centers, carried in your blood
stream.
When they arrive at an injury
site, they release hundreds of proteins, called growth factors, activating local progenitor cells and
attracting stem cells to replace the
damaged area with normal tissue.
A PRP treatment amplifies
this natural healing response by
collecting platelets from a blood
sample, concentrating them four to
10 times baseline, and re-injecting
them into and around the area of
injury.
What do research studies
show? PRP therapy has been shown
to stimulate cartilage growth, repair degenerated and partially torn
Dr. Alexandra R. Bunyak, MD, is celebrating the seventh anniversary of BOUNDLESS, her innovative regenerative medicine practice in Encinitas.
tems that generate easy-to-produce,
turn-key PRP of varying quality.
Some kits produce a mixture high
not just in platelets, but also in
white and red cells (which causes
the PRP to look red or bloody and
may result in higher inflammation
levels and pain).
Other systems produce a much
clearer solution (low in white and
red cells) that is, unfortunately,
also low in platelets.
Recent publications support
the practice’s observation that most
commercial PRP systems are ineffiIs all PRP the same? How is cient and inconsistent at producing
BOUNDLESS PRP different? There PRP of sufficient concentration and
are a number of commercial sys- quality for optimum healing.
ligaments and tendons, improve
nerve regeneration, and speed
healing of acute and chronic sports
injuries.
It has shown exciting potential
in the treatment of osteoarthritis,
rotator cuff tears, plantar fasciitis,
anterior cruciate ligament (ACL)
injuries, pelvic pain and instability,
back and neck injuries, tennis elbow, ankle sprains, tendonitis, ligament sprains, nerve injuries, and
a variety of other sports and spine
conditions.
BOUNDLESS strives to incorporate the most up-to-date research
to optimize results and has created
a hand-crafted process of producing
highly concentrated, custom-made
PRP shown to surpass most commercial systems in platelet recovery and selection in our in-house
GMP-quality lab.
Dr. Bunyak offers hand-made,
personalized PRP preparation options depending on your healing
needs--from a “pure,” clear, more
anti-inflammatory preparation, to
a stem cell and macrophage-rich
mixture.
Concentration levels are adjusted based on each patient’s
platelet levels to maximize platelet
activation.
The practice also offers platelet releasate, containing growth
factors without platelets, for those
cases where minimum inflammation is necessary, such as around
nerves and in the epidural space.
All injections are performed
under ultrasound guidance to accurately target the area of injury and
include comprehensive treatment
algorithms shown to stabilize surrounding structures and decrease
recurrence rates.
This allows Dr. Bunyak to offer
patients a personalized regenerative treatment plan that optimizes
their chances of healing naturally
and avoiding surgery.
What are the risks and side effects of PRP treatment? The risks
associated with PRP are extremely
rare, typically limited to infections
and needle-related injuries, according to the literature.
Gathering remembers shooting victims, uplifts neighborhood
By Promise Yee
OCEANSIDE — Hundreds gathered for the second annual Libby Lake Celebration of Life that marks
the anniversary of a fatal
park shooting.
Lt. Leonard Cosby has
worked as a Libby Lake
community police officer
for close to 20 years.
He was the watch commander the night of the
shooting.
“Hearing the calls, and
hearing the officers come
on scene and describe what
they were seeing and what
they were hearing was tragic and terrible,” Cosby said.
Cosby said gang members often use the anniversaries of shootings as an excuse to partake in excessive
drinking and drug use. This
usually results in irresponsible acts.
The goal of the annual event is to change the
meaning of the day.
“It can lead to the absolute worse things, we want
to flip it and give it a positive meaning,” Cosby said.
“Police and different organizations are coming out to
provide positive direction,
so kids don’t feel trapped
and dead-ended.”
The
celebration
brought the community
together for free food, music, games and information
on community resources
March 13.
Young children enjoyed the bounce house,
face painting and police K-9
demonstration.
Since a portion of your own
blood is used, the treatment is one
of the most natural, without risks of
allergy/adverse reaction common
to injected medications, or risks of
anesthesia and surgery.
PRP is associated with a temporary, self-limited pain flare,
lasting typically a few days to two
weeks.
Does insurance cover PRP? A
patient’s PPO insurance covers a
comprehensive initial evaluation
with Dr. Bunyak.
PRP is typically not covered
but is affordable and includes free
Class IV laser follow-up to stimulate stem cells and decrease pain.
What are the expected results?
Initial improvement may be seen
within a few weeks, gradually increasing as the healing progresses.
Most patients begin to notice relief
after six to eight weeks, reflecting
their natural healing process.
Both ultrasound and MRI images have shown definitive tissue
repair after PRP therapy, confirming the healing process.
The need for surgery can also
be greatly reduced by treating injured tissues before the damage
progresses and the condition is irreversible.
Dr. Bunyak to Speak on Stem
Cells: Join Dr. Bunyak as she discusses scientific advancements in
regenerative medicine at 7 p.m.
on April 9 at the Georgina Cole
branch library in Carlsbad. More
information at (760) 632-1090 or
feelboundless.com.
Four story buildings a
possibility in Carlsbad
Planning
Commission
OKs expansion
plan for hotel
By Ellen Wright
Teens gather and reflect at the hilltop memorial. Many local teens are working to improve the neighborhood
through community service projects. Photo by Promise Yee
Teens took a moment to
gather with friends, reflect
and visit the memorial site
that honors the shooting
victims.
“They’re of course remembering this event has
it roots in a double homicide where two teenagers
were brutally murdered
two years ago,” Cosby said.
“They’re also looking at
the community the way it
is today. It’s a community, I think, on the verge of
breaking out.”
Two years ago a 15-yearold boy and 13-year-old girl
were gunned down, and
two other teens sustained
serious injuries, when they
were gathered at a memorial that was erected in the
park to honor earlier shoot-
ing victims.
At that time the park
had become a place that
gang members and gang
affiliates gathered, as well
as a meet-up spot for teens.
Cosby said police frequently called parents to pick up
teenagers who were out after curfew.
“It became widely
known that this is a place
where young people would
come to gather, meet, reminisce and do drugs,” Cosby
said.
Since the shooting the
city has cleared excess
brush and added lights to
the park.
Cosby said these efforts have deterred gangs
from hanging out there, and
now the park is filled with
families again.
Cosby said another big
step forward is that police,
city neighborhood services,
community nonprofits and
church groups have developed a stronger collaboration and wider safety net for
families and youth. He said
this has resulted in more
people seeking support services.
“There are still issues
the community faces, and
we want to help them solve
those issues,” Cosby said.
Teens in the Vista Community Clinic REACH program are working to better
the neighborhood. They
mentor younger children,
pitch in for weekly park
cleanups and are finalizing
plans to paint park murals.
CARLSBAD — The
Grand Pacific Resorts will
likely add new buildings
next to the Sheraton on
Grand Pacific Drive.
As part of the expansion, Grand Pacific staff
asked the Planning Commission to change the zoning in the Carlsbad Ranch
Planning Area 5, which
is the small area along
Grand Pacific Drive north
of Legoland and south of
Cannon Road.
On Wednesday the
commission voted 5-1 to
approve a recommendation to change the zoning
to allow for four stories instead of three.
The height restrictions did not change,
which is why the majority
of the commissioners approved the recommendation.
The maximum building height for the area is
35 feet unless an applicant gets a site-specific
plan approval, which allows buildings up to 45
feet with the City Council’s approval.
City Planner Don
Neu told the commission
the extra floor would not
increase the number of
rooms in the resort because the area allows for
a maximum of 700 rooms.
Bill Hofman, president of Hofman Planning
and Engineering, which
is planning the project,
said the extra floor will
add better ocean views
and give the project more
space for a gym, extra
dining and will keep more
open space in the area because an extra building
will not need to be built.
He said the project
could be done in three
floors but it would be difficult.
“It gets crowded and
we want to retain the
open space that we have,”
Hofman said.
The Fire Prevention
staff approved the plans.
Three people spoke
against the recommendation because they don’t
want Carlsbad’s ocean
views to be taken away
and feel the four story
building would change
the small-town charm of
Carlsbad.
“Carlsbad is special,
it’s not built up like La
Jolla or Newport Beach,”
Carlsbad resident Alex
Szabo told the commission. “We should be representing the residents of
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T he C oast News The Theatre School @ their skills and become
North Coast Rep provides more confident in their
children and teens with a abilities. From Improvisafe place to grow and ex- sation and Scene Study to
plore. Our camps are de- Musical Theatre and Audisigned to foster creativity, tion Technique, our team
instill confidence, build of professionals will guide
self-esteem, and provide a teen actors towards making
basis for communication, strong choices that will help
leading to life long team them stand out. We have
building skills. Our camp also added a playwriting
works on a weekly cycle. Each week from July 6th
through July 31st is packed
with a full line-up of creative activities taught by
theatre professionals; from
improvisation and acting to
musical theatre and playwriting with a showcase
each Friday for parents and
friends! Parents may purchase one or two weeks or
combine with the two week
Willy Wonka Kids Camp for
all four weeks of summer
fun. A performance of Willy
Wonka Kids will be held on workshop this summer from
July 17th at 1pm in the the- June 22nd - 26th which will
atre. New this year is our give young playwrites the
half day Frozen Camp June opportunity to flesh out sto22nd - 26th for kids 4 - 8 ry ideas and scenes for our
years of age! This is a great Fifteenth Annual One-Act
introduction into the world Festival in the fall.
Students ages 10 - 19
of theatre without the commitment of a full day camp. are also encouraged to
A showcase will be held on audition for our Summer
June 26th for parents and Shakespeare production of
Twelfth Night. Directed by
friends.
For teens, our week- Benjamin Cole this show
long intensives run July is a must for anyone who
6th through July 31st and loves the Bard! Considered
are designed to challenge to be one of Shakespeare’s
our older actors to stretch greatest comedies, Twelfth
Night is about illusion, deception, disguises, madness, and the extraordinary
things that love will cause
us to do—and to see. Rehearsals will be evenings
throughout the summer.
Audition and performance
dates will be announced
soon. For more information
or to be added to our sum-
From Improvisation and Scene
Study to Musical Theatre and
Audition Technique, our team of
professionals will guide teen actors
towards making strong choices
that will help them stand out.
mer Shakespeare e-mail list
please contact [email protected]
Space for all camps is
limited so reserve your spot
early before they sell out!
All camps are from 9:30 am
to 3:30 pm Monday through
Friday unless otherwise
noted. Discounts available
for multiple week or sibling
enrollments. Call (858)4811055 or www.northcoastrep.org / TheatreSchool.
North Coast Rep, 987 Lomas Santa Fe Drive, Solana
Beach, CA 92075
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Educational Opportunities
THEATRE SCHOOL
Summer theatre camp held at THE
@ North Coast Repertory Theatre
North Coast Repertory Theatre
SUMMER
THEATRE
CAMP
AGES 4 – 8
AGES 13 – 19
BROADWAY BABIES SUMMER CAMP:
FROZEN • June 22–26
A ½ day camp that teaches theatre games
with rhythm, music and sound! A performance based on the story of "Frozen" will
be presented on the final day of camp.
AGES 5 – 14
SUMMER FUN CAMP:
WILLY WONKA KIDS • July 6–17
Students will learn all the skills necessary
to prepare for a show including audition
technique, improvisation, singing, dancing,
acting and how to develop a character.
And it’s all in a fun non-threatening
atmosphere!!
SUMMER DRAMA FUN CAMP • July 20–24
& July 27–31
Each week is packed with a full line-up of
creative activities; from improvisation and
acting to musical theatre and playwriting
with a showcase each Friday for parents
and friends! Parents may purchase one, two
or combine with the “Willy Wonka Kids” for
all four weeks.
IMPROVISATION • July 6–10
Allow your child’s mind to soar freely and
their creativity to blossom! Improvisation is
the key to unlocking hidden talents.
TRIPLE THREAT • July 13–17
This Musical Theatre Intensive will help you
put together 16 and 32 bar audition cuts
that will showcase not only your voice, but
your acting as well.
TEEN SCENE STUDY • July 20–24
Take your acting skills to the next level!
Using text from Classical, Modern and
Contemporary plays we will teach you how
create a more fully realized character that
comes alive in performance!
AUDITION STRATEGY • July 27–31
A one week intensive that gives students
the opportunity to stretch their skills in a
fun and exciting professional atmosphere.
This workshop will help you put together a
monologue that will showcase your acting
and teach you how to nail the callback.
(858) 481-1055 • northcoastrep.org/TheatreSchool
All classes are 9:30am–3:30pm at North Coast Rep Theatre in Solana Beach. Early drop-off
and /or late pick-up available. Discounts available for multiple week or sibling enrollments!
Community workshops offer
free home-selling education
ENCINITAS — If you
are considering selling your
home, the smartest move
you can make is to attend
one of the upcoming workshops. Realtors Paul and
Emily Hervieux of Keller
Williams are offering a series of free workshops to educate homeowners about all
aspects of the home-selling
process.
The workshops are
comprehensive and feature
the Hervieuxs’ innovative
— and proven — tactics for
successful home selling. For
the husband and wife team,
success doesn’t just mean
getting the home sold. It
means selling the home for
the highest price possible.
One of the topics that
will be covered is what the
Hervieuxs call “intelligent
fix-ups.” These are small —
but smart — changes that
a seller can make to their
home before they list it that
will have a great impact
on the home’s value. “We
define intelligent fix-ups
as things a seller can do
to get a 3:1 return,” Emily Hervieux said. “For every dollar spent, the seller
will yield a $3 higher sales
price.”
The Hervieuxs realize
that every home is differ-
There are two
workshops on
March 26, at
noon and 6:30
p.m., at the
Holiday Inn
Express at 1661
Villa Cardiff
Drive in Cardiffby-the-Sea.
ent, and the amount and
type of intelligent fix-ups
necessary will vary. The
workshop will teach sellers
to evaluate each area and
room of their home, from
the inside out, and be able
to identify changes they
can make.
Staging is another essential component to home
selling that the Hervieuxs
will cover. The National Association of Realtors says
that staging typically costs
from 1 to 3 percent of list
price, and increases the value of a home by 8 to 10 percent. The Hervieuxs believe
in staging so much that they
provide it free of charge to
their clients. At the workshop, they will speak indepth about why staging is
important and how to do it
properly.
Once a home is ready
to be listed, it is crucial to
market it properly.
The Hervieuxs are up
to date on the latest and
most effective ways to market a home both locally and
internationally, and will
share this knowledge with
workshop attendees. Their
proven marketing methods
yield multiple offers within two weeks, 73 percent of
the time.
There are two workshops on March 26, at noon
and 6:30 p.m., at the Holiday Inn Express at 1661 Villa Cardiff Drive in Cardiffby-the-Sea.
For more information
about upcoming workshops
or to contact Paul and Emily Hervieux, visit www.
HervieuxRealEstate.com
or call (858) 210-5241.
ENCINITAS | Thurs. March 26 at 12:00pm & 6:30pm
Holiday Inn Express 11661 Villa Cardiff Drive, Cardiff, CA 92007
RANCHO BERNARDO
Tues. March 24
12:00pm & 6:30pm
Hilton Garden Inn
17240 Bernardo Center Drive
San Diego, CA 92128
MISSION VALLEY
Wed. March 25
12:00pm & 6:30pm
Scottish Rite Center
1895 Camino Del Rio S
San Diego, CA 92108
ENCINITAS
Thurs. March 26
12:00pm & 6:30pm
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T he C oast News MARCH 20, 2015
Educational Opportunities
Sprout into Spring with The
Curious Fork’s Cooking Classes
Are You Curious?
Fun & Healthy Cooking Classes for All Levels!
Upcoming Evening Classes:
Farmers Market Basket Class
Every Thursday • 6:30-7:30pm
Stocks, Soups & Sauce • March 21
Raw Chocolate Class • March 24
Vegan & Vegetarian Corner • April 1
Knife Skills • April 11
Pop-Up Dinner • April 22 (Earth Day)
A haven for the health-conscious,
food-curious community.
Café, cooking classes, pop-up dinners &
culinary retail center under one roof.
Café open Mon-Sat from 7am-2:30pm.
Proud to serve Blue Bottle Coffee.
thecuriousfork.com | 512 Via de la Valle, Solana Beach | 858.876.6386
When a stroll through
farmers markets inspires you
to try your hand at new recipes, your first stop should be
The Curious Fork’s cooking
classes in Solana Beach.
These interactive classes are a fun way to spend an
evening with friends, as well
as sharpen some new culinary skills in an intimate
and encouraging environment.
The popular Farmers
Market Basket class is offered weekly and guides
you through fresh local fare
or you could try the Vegan/
Vegetarian Corner course,
which shows you creative
ways to incorporate plantbased ingredients into your
homemade meals. The Curious Fork also offers a rotating schedule of specialty
classes including a raw chocolate course just in time for
Easter.
The Curious Fork is a haven for the health-conscious.
The quick-service café and
multi-use culinary space
is open for breakfast and
lunch, and the menu highlights a number of organically sourced, gluten-free
fare including freshly baked
pastries, nourishing salads
and sandwiches, handmade
tacos, and specials. The Curious Fork is the only place
in the San Diego area serving the coveted Blue Bottle
Coffee.
A curated retail shop
features carefully selected
products to promote healthy
living and improve at-home
cooking technique including
specialty gifts, appliances,
utensils, and artisan goods.
The Curious Fork is located at 512 Via de la Valle; private events and catering are
available. To sign up for classes, call 858.876.6386 or visit
www.thecuriousfork.com.
Summer Baseball and Softball Camp
Randy Jones
Summer baseball or
softball camp for boys and
girls ages 4-12 is the greatest
experience any young player could ever wish for. When
attending Allstar Baseball
& Softball Academy and
Little Rookies TBall, Pitching Machine and Softball
Summer Camp the kids
have a total blast while enhancing all their skills at
hitting, fielding, throwing,
base running, catching,
pitching, live games and so
much more!
Now in it’s 23rd great
year in San Diego County,
Coach Kurtis Swanberg and
his very professional staff
instruct the players each
day to become the complete
If you wish to have
your child learn
how to play the game
of baseball, send them
to Coach Kurtis, his
instruction is superior.”
Mike Sweeney
Kansas City Royals, 5 Time Allstar
player improving their game
in every way. His camps are
considered one of the finest offered anywhere and
the players come back over
and over to his program.
Pizza days, ice cream, baseball cards, trophies for all
players plus this Summers
Special Guest Star at every
camp is former San Diego
Padre and Cy Young Award
winner, Randy Jones. Randy will visit the players at
each camp, and as a special
gift sign them a personally autographed baseball to
take home with them.
Full day, half day or single day is offered to support
all your summer activities.
Don’t miss out on this amazing camp experience.
Classes fill fast so
reserve your spot soon.
Register at www.allstarbaseballsoftball.com, littlerookiestballschool.com, and
littlerookiespitchingmachineschool.com. Hope to
see you at camp!
Local charter school is currently
enrolling, now with two locations
SAN MARCOS — Taylion San Diego Academy
is now enrolling with two
locations to serve North
County. Taylion offers programs in home school, independent study and a virtual program, and has open
enrollment throughout the
year. With locations in San
Marcos and Vista, the charter school has a program to
meet the needs of students
in need of a more personalized education.
The charter school
opened in 2013, and has
since grown to be a partner in the North County
community. During its first
year of existence, the school
was granted accreditation
by the Western Association of Schools (WASC),
and has now expanded
into Vista. The school even
has an Associated Student
Body (A.S.B.), which plans
field trips and fundraisers
throughout the year.
Taylion’s programs is
an option for students K-12,
who find that a traditional
school setting just isn’t a fit
for them, academically or
otherwise (bullies, etc.). A
large number of their student population are high
school students. “Kids that
come to us, are for whatever reason, not thriving in
a traditional public school
setting,” said Taylion San
I think, first
of all, parents
consider what
their kid’s
needs are. ”
Shannon Smith
Director of Business
Development
Diego Academy’s Director
of Business Development,
Shannon Smith. “It can be
for a variety of reasons: academics, socially, and they
come to us where they find
a place where they can academically and socially
thrive.”
Taylion offers three
separate learning environments for students: online
education programs, a homeschool program, and an independent study program. Programs are often blended to
meet the needs of students.
Some additional learning
opportunities include small
group instruction and online
learning programs. School
officials say the program offers individualized learning,
a safe environment with less
distraction, higher parent involvement, credit recovery,
credit acceleration, greater
access to new educational
resources, and unparalleled
flexibility in utilizing various instructional delivery
methods based on the particular student’s learning style.
When asked what parents should look for in a
choice for education, Smith
said, “I think, first of all,
parents consider what their
kid’s needs are. What is it
that they think can help
their kid to be successful,
and then go look at what the
options are, and that’s what
is wonderful about charter
schools. At Taylion San Diego Academy, we are able
to customize their learning
program. We offer independent study, online classes,
homeschooling and a blended model. We are able to
take each student, assess
where they are at, determine what would best help
them and design a program
for them individually.”
The San Marcos campus
is located at 100 N. Rancho
Santa Fe Rd. #110, San Marcos, CA 92069, while the
Vista site is located at 1661B South Melrose Drive, Vista, CA 92081.
For more information
regarding enrollment and
upcoming parent information sessions, call (855)
77-LEARN
or
(760) 295-5564, or visit
taylionsandiego.com.
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T he C oast News Food &Wine
A California bistro lives at Hilton Garden Inn
taste of
wine
frank mangio
T
oday I was pondering how many lives
were changed by
that musical group, The
Beach Boys, when they sang
“In the warm California
with a relaxed, glamorous
tiful part of America.
Sun!”
The city of Carlsbad group of resorts with a sea
This year, with the
especially
endowed
weather going from bad to is
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worse in the Midwest and
on the East Coast, while we
soak in the coastal breezes
in the mid-70s, take a stroll
along the Coast Highway
and pick out your favorite
bistro to settle in for a lovely
sunset and a glass or two of a
delicious white or red wine,
and pat yourself on the back
for being one of the chosen
ones to enjoy this most beau-
Scott MacBride from Jupiter Cold Brew Coffee and their cool blue
bottles. Photo by David Boylan
Handcrafted
Cold Brew
Coffee
from the heart of Leucadia
now officially a cold brew
coffee snob.
Not that I was ever a
cold brew connoisseur, far
from it, I’ve only sampled
it in the past.
But this stuff is amazing and once I latch on to
a brand
I love, especially a
local one, I’m hooked.
I wanted to get educated on the cold brewed
thing so I caught up with
Scott recently to learn
A
s of about two
weeks ago after
stumbling upon
my friend Scott MacBride
and his new venture, Jupiter Cold Brew Coffee, I am
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The Executive Chef of Carlsbad’s California Beach Bistro at the Hilton
Garden Inn, Ricardo Vargas, proudly serves the Local Farm Strawberry
Salad with local greens, candied walnuts and goat cheese. Photo by
Frank Mangio
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Local couple tackles 500-mile foot trek in Spain
I
f
one
were to
sum up
in numbers the experience that
Tim and Pege’louise ondash
gy
O’Shea
had walking
the legendary Camino de Santiago in Spain,
it would look like this: 500 miles; 35 days; 20
miles a day; and two pairs of shoes.
Impressive, but far from a complete
picture.
The numbers alone don’t tell of the
stunning scenery, majestic cathedrals;
quaint towns and cozy inns; friendly and
proud people; and all those personal and
spiritual insights gained while walking,
walking, walking.
“You learn how resilient your body
and spirit are,” Peggy says. “Your body and
spirit are so tired when you walk into the
town or village at the end of the day, but after a shower, a night’s sleep and some food,
we would be ready to go the next morning.
We really couldn’t wait to get going again.”
Should you not be acquainted with
the Camino de Santiago, it is a famed pilgrimage route that begins at various points
in Europe, but all roads lead to Santiago,
Spain, in the country’s northwest corner.
It was one of the most popular pilgrimage
routes in the Middle Ages, and Santiago is
the site of the Cathedral Santiago de Compostela, a shrine to the apostle St. James
the Great. Catholic tradition holds that the
remains of St. James were carried by boat
from Jerusalem and buried here.
The O’Sheas, San Marcos residents,
began their long walk at St. Jean Pied De
Port, in the far southwestern corner of
France.
They chose this route because of its
popularity and tradition. The Camino rose
to prominence in the 2010 film “The Way,”
which starred Martin Sheen. His character
made the trip in honor of his son, who had
hit the
road
Peggy O’Shea of San Marcos makes her way up
a pebbled street in Rabanal del Camino, a village
about two-thirds of the way to Santiago, the end of
the 500-mile pilgrimage. “We left there at 5:30 a.m.,”
Tim O’Shea remembers. “It was a long day because
of the terrain. Rabanal is very old and very pretty, but
very rustic.”
Tim and Peggy O’Shea have framed the documents
that verify their 500-mile, on-foot pilgrimage via the
Camino de Santiago. Every inn, café and business
along the way has a unique stamp which pilgrims
collect in their “credentials.” Those who live along
the Camino “are very dedicated to it and their culture,” Tim says. “It shows; it’s so clean.” When pilgrims reach trail’s end at the city of Santiago and the
Cathedral Santiago de Compostela, credentials are
verified and pilgrims receive a certificate written in
Latin that confirms they’ve completed the journey.
Photos by Tim O’Shea
died during the walk. Now up to a quarter-million believers and non-believers follow the path to Santiago each year.
The O’Sheas began considering such
a trip after hearing about it from friends.
“We would hear them talk about how
they were training and … it started to
become something we felt we had to do,”
Peggy recounts. “We’ve been walkers for
over 30 years and just knew that it would
be something we would enjoy.”
For the record, Tim was 64 and Peggy 60 at the time. They planned and they
trained, then decided to go for it. They left
in mid-September 2014.
“We thought this trip would be a challenge and a great adventure,” Peggy adds.
“We both love a challenge.”
They weren’t the oldest ones on the
trail, however.
“We met a woman who was about 75
who was on her fourth 500-mile walk,” Tim
remembers. “She was leading a group of
senior women. She said this trip was the
This chalet in France is situated at the start of the
Camino de Santiago, the 500-mile trail that winds
from St. Jean Pied De Port (one of many starting
points throughout Europe) to the cathedral in the city
of Santiago. The O’Sheas of San Marcos chose this
route because it’s said that St. Francis traveled this
path, and as a result, it has become one of the most
popular Camino trails.
first time she could see the vistas because
of bad weather during the other trips.”
The approximately 20 miles a day gave
the couple plenty of time to think, to talk,
to drink in the silence. Even after being
married for 37 years, Peggy says, “we were
so surprised at how much we had to talk
about. We loved our time together … We
felt like a couple of kids again with no worries — just one goal each day, and that was
to walk the 15 to 20 miles.”
During the quiet stretches, Tim adds,
“you can really have clarity of thought
with prayer and meditation.”
The trek did present a few challenges.
“You can’t walk 500 miles without
some foot problems,” Peggy acknowledges.
“Everyone gets blisters.”
“You’ll jump a shoe size in a few days
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berio said.
The city is working to
develop regulations by this
summer.
Barberio credited online vacation sites like
VRBO and Airbnb for increasing the rentals in the
city.
If the councilmembers
wanted to ban vacation rentals, they would face difficulties from the state’s Coastal
Commission.
In the past, Encinitas
met resistance from the commission when the council
tried to ban vacation rentals.
The reasoning the commission supports the rentals is because they increase
coastal access to more people by providing a cheaper
alternative to traditional vacation options.
Barberio said he didn’t
expect Carlsbad having
much success with an outright ban.
Deputy Mayor Keith
Blackburn said he was in
favor of an outright ban but
because of the Coastal Commission, he doesn’t have a
choice.
“I don’t support vacation rentals outside of the
area we’re absolutely forced
to do it,” Blackburn said.
He said he felt like a
hypocrite by allowing vacation rentals.
“I could not face any of
my neighbors if they asked
me the question ‘would you
want a vacation rental next
door to you?’ My answer
would be no. What a hypocrite for me to say I’m going
to put it next to you in your
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look at the cost associated with their presence
and their events,” Kristen
Crane, assistant to the city
manager, said.
The cost for the study
will be equally divided
among Del Mar, Solana
Beach and the 22nd DAA.
More than 300 events
are held annually at the
state-owned facility. The
consultants will collect
data from a representative
sampling of those.
They will also conduct
intercept surveys of attendees, vendors and employees
at the five major ones: the
National Horse Show, Good
Guys Car Show, San Diego
County Fair, summer horse
races and Kaaboo, a music
festival being held for the
first time in September that
is expected to attracted
120,000 people during its
three-day run.
A request for proposals
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into the journey,” Tim adds,
“and your feet will stay that
way until you finish. Feet
are the main topic of conversation when you meet
other people.”
Another challenge for
some is finding a room at
day’s end.
“There was this steeple
chase when you got within 2 to 3 kilometers (of the
town).
Some people have to
walk to the next town because every place is filled.”
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can’t use public resources to
regulate private contracts,
like that of an HOA.
Dozens of people spoke
to the city council, with the
majority being against vacation rentals because of parking problems, noise, partying, high turnover rates and
a decrease in property value.
“There is a loss of sense
of security in an established
residential
neighborhood
with strangers coming and
going,” Jess Hinrichs told
the council.
A handful of property
managers spoke out in favor
of a new ordinance because
they said they are already
following the rules laid out
in the draft.
They said the ordinance
would help the city get rid of
the rentals that continually
have problems.
City Management Analyst Steve Didier presented
staff’s recommendations for
the code change.
He recommended vacation rentals require proper
permitting, with an annual
renewal so the city will have
the option to revoke permits.
As part of the permit,
the owner must follow “Good
Neighbor Guidelines” and
agree to the guidelines in
writing.
Another recommendation is to have the owner’s
contact information posted
in plain view so neighbors
can reach them if there is a
problem.
Council asked for something to be included in the
new draft which allowed the
transient occupancy tax and
permit fees to fund new code
enforcement officers.
Many of the speakers
asked the city to be more
responsive on weekends and
some said their complaints
fell on deaf ears.
Barberio told the council that five complaints were
made last year on short-term
rentals and they largely related to homes that were being used for events, like wedding receptions, graduation
and corporate parties.
Staff will present their
updated draft to the council in late April or early
May. The public has the
opportunity to speak at
the next meeting or write
in comments.
was issued Oct. 24.
By the Dec. 5 deadline,
nine applications were received.
Four companies were
interviewed.
All three agencies
agreed EPS was best-suited
for the study.
The company performed economic analyses
for the Santa Clara County
Fairgrounds, Orange County Fairgrounds and Westworld, an equestrian center
and special event facility in
Scottsdale, Arizona.
“They were the team
that we felt had the most
relevant prior work experience,” Crane said. “EPS
specifically has done projects like this with other
large event centers and fairgrounds.
“Their proposal and
overall approach most
matched what we were looking for,” she added.
Data collection is slated to begin in mid-April,
in time for the car show.
Because a large crowd is expected at Kaaboo, the two
cities and 22nd DAA wanted it included in the study.
Draft results are expected to be presented in
late October or early November, Crane said.
“I’m glad we finally got
this because this is part of
our settlement agreement
and it’s taken quite a long
time to get to this point,”
Councilman Don Mosier
said. “I’m anxious to move
forward with this study.”
“I’m very excited to
get a good product but I
also don’t have any illusions,” Councilman Dwight
Worden said. “This has
been so controversial and
looked at so many times.
There will be smart people who will pick at this if
it isn’t done right. Even it’s
done right there will be.”
Solana Beach City
Council
members
are
scheduled to vote on
the agreement at their
March 25 meeting.
The O’Sheas avoided
the stampede by working
with a company that booked
hotels for them along the
entire route.
Having completed the
Camino, the O’Sheas treated themselves to five days
in Paris, then brought back
to San Marcos many lasting
memories.
Their advice to those
considering a similar journey?
Wear good shoes, orthotics if you need them, be
ready to handle a few hardships, and be open to new
experiences.
“Only two things can
go wrong — not starting
and not completing the
Camino,” Peggy says. “Just
go. It’s life-changing — a
great time for reflection
and beauty. Northern Spain
is some of the most beautiful country you’ll ever see.
If you are fortunate enough
to have the physical ability
and to go with your partnerin-life, you are very lucky.”
neighborhood.”
Since the Coastal Commission only regulates the
coast, the city is looking into
banning vacation rentals
throughout the rest of the
city.
However, there is one
exception for a coastal vacation rental ban. Communities with homeowners
associations are able to ban
short-term rentals.
City Attorney Celia
Brewer told the council that
There is a loss of
sense of security
in an established
residential
neighborhood with
strangers coming
and going.”
Jess Hinrichs
Carlsbad resident
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scaping and an increase in
parking.
Construction
would
take place in three phases
in approximately 36 to 40
months.
Projects exceeding 16
feet in height — which this
one will — are subject to
the city’s view process that
includes installing story
poles to provide a visual
simulation of what the end
product will look like.
When H.G. Fenton
started that process in January there were concerns
that some of the poles and
related support structures,
such as guy wires, would
be installed in driveways,
fires lanes and parking
spaces.
One of those poles
would depict the building with highest proposed
height of 58 feet.
During an onsite visit
the fire chief and fire marshal confirmed that many
of the poles, if installed
where proposed, would create a public safety hazard
because they would make
it difficult or impossible for
responders to access the
site.
In a letter to the city
the applicant stated the
primary reason for the
request to waive the installation of 54 of the 182
required poles is related
to safety and emergency
access concerns.
“It is our intent to install most of the story poles
… as we would like to accurately represent the proposed building envelopes,”
John La Raia wrote. “We
are requesting to not install those story poles that
would potentially hinder
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an emergency vehicle’s
ability to navigate the site
safely.”
According to the staff
report, it has also been noted some of the poles would
create access issues for the
440 residents and result in
a temporary loss of about
60 onsite parking spaces.
Given the circumstances staff recommended City Council grant the
waiver request, but with
conditions.
The applicant must
create a 3-D digital model
to show how the proposed
buildings would look from
the surrounding neighborhoods.
The company would
also have to use temporary
mobile cranes to simulate
the location of the poles
that would not be installed,
a recommendation Councilman Mike Nichols saw
as problematic because of
the time that would be involved to set up, take down
and move the cranes to the
various locations.
There was also a requirement to host two story
pole orientations on a Saturday after 70 percent of
the poles were installed.
The city received a
handful of letters and more
than a dozen people spoke
at the meeting asking council members to deny the request.
“We want to see all of
the story poles so that as we
walk, bike and drive we can
see how the existing views
are impacted,” George Boyd
said. “There’s no other way
to do it. Holding up pictures
ain’t going to work. We have
to see the real thing.”
“To get a complete story you need complete story poles,” David Checkley
said.
“Good story poles
make good neighbors,” Phil
Weber said.
Jim Ratzer said approving the waiver would be unfair to residents potentially
impacted by the project.
“I would ask you to
schedule a meeting or maybe workshops where we
could invite the affected
neighbors, the city manager
and the developer so we can
work together to arrive at a
story poling approach that
is fair to everyone,” he said.
Council members and
the developer supported
that recommendation.
“Believe it or not we
would prefer not to be here
tonight asking this,” Mike
Neal, president of H.G. Fenton, said. “We have looked
at many alternatives to try
to install all the story poles.
There are some significant
challenges.
“We’re happy to meet
with anybody,” he added.
“Maybe there is an idea
out there that we haven’t
thought of.”
Mayor Lesa Heebner
said the plan should be
reviewed to see if at least
some of the 54 poles can be
installed. Councilman Dave
Zito agreed.
“This is a significant
and potentially impactful
project,” he said, noting
that ultimately the city will
likely have to waive installation of some poles. “Our
goal needs to be to get as
many of these story poles
up as possible.”
The hearing will continue at the April 8 City
Council meeting. In the
meantime, the developer will schedule a public
workshop that will include
representatives from the
company that will install
the poles.
want to do lots of food and
wine pairing events, and
start up a series of cooking classes. We grow many
fresh herbs on the property. I can’t compete with my
grandma and mother for
home-style recipes. They
had their own way of doing
things, but I have learned to
create my own flavor profile
through herbs and sauces.”
That same creative level that has made the menu
so attractive needs to be
achieved in the wine list.
Aside from a surprising
Dom Perignon Champagne
that went for over $200, the
list contained little that fascinated me. Only 16 wines
were offered, plus several
sparkling wines.
Most of the names can
be found in super markets.
This should change soon to
catch up with the creativity driven by the flavorful
menu selections.
There are many wine
treasures, not so well
known, that will build a
large following for the perfect combination of coastal
food, wine and a relaxed
ambience that is California
Beach Bistro. The restaurant is open for breakfast,
lunch or dinner. Happy
hour is daily from 4 to 7 p.m.
See more at hiltongardeninncarlsbad.com.
p.m.
Refugee Brewery
teams up with Thornton for
a four-course wine, beer and
food extravaganza.
$75.
RSVP at (951) 699-0099.
Il Fornaio restaurant
in Del Mar has a Michele
Chiarlo Italian wine and
feast March 24 at 6:30 p.m.
Chef Robert Carboni has
included Salmoncino al Forno, included with the Chiarlo 2009 Barolo. Cost is $55.
Call (858) 755-8876.
Vittorio’s in Carmel Valley San Diego has
a Foxen Vineyards wine
dinner, March 26 at 6 p.m.
Four-courses will be presented with paired Foxen wines. Coast is $59.50
RSVP at (858) 538-5884.
Cal State San Marcos
Tasting Room Management
Certificate Program is
coming in March. CSUSM
has partnered with Sonoma State University Wine
Business Institute to videoconference their popular
Tasting Room Management
Certificate classes to the
San Diego audience at the
local Cal State San Marcos Campus. There are five
courses in March and April.
Register at csusm.edu.
breeze-friendly
environment, easy access and dining at the inviting bar and
intimate table arrangements.
California Beach Bistro at the Hilton Garden
Inn fits perfectly into this
model Southern California
lifestyle.
It was there that I met
Executive Chef Ricardo
Vargas, who has over 25
years of culinary experience, and has spent more
than a year at the Hilton
Garden Inn. His playful,
oversized menu, with its
share of bold dining surprises has lots of active appetizer lightweight items like
green tomato sliders, pacific
shrimp and crab cakes. In
the salad column, I went for
the Carlsbad Local Farm
Strawberry Salad, but you
might like the Greek Salad
and Quinoa.
In looking at the entrees, I asked Vargas what
he would personally choose.
“I’m a beef eater. We
have only Angus beef in a
rib eye cut, 10-ounce. I prepare it in a port reduction
sauce, to maximize the flavor,” he said.
With his warm, friendly
personality on display, Vargas went on to future plans
for the bar and closely knit
Wine Bytes
banquet/family table that
Thornton Winery in Tecan accommodate a large mecula presents a Grains
number of guests. “We & Grapes March 21 at 6:30
Frank Mangio is a renowned
wine connoisseur certified by
Wine Spectator. He is one of
the leading wine commentators on the web. View and
link up with his columns at
tasteofwinetv.com. Reach
him at [email protected]
and follow him on Facebook.
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the following Administrative Application that requires an administrative hearing. The
application submittal is available for your review during regular business hours, 7:00 AM
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CASE NUMBER: 14-279 CDP
APPLICANT: Colin & Karen Thomas
FILING DATE: January 23, 2015
LOCATION: 1139 Neptune Ave.
(APN 254-242-31)
PROJECT DESCRIPTION: A request for a Coastal Development Permit for demolition of
an existing garage and for an addition of a new garage and second-story bedroom above
the garage attached to an existing single-family home. The property is zoned Residential-11 (R-11) in the Leucadia community and in the Coastal Commission Appeal Jurisdiction of the Coastal Zone.
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Impacts 3.2-1, 3.2-2, 3.2-3, and 3.2-4 will be significant and unavoidable, and a new reduced denisty alternative that reduces
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IN DEFAULT UNDER A DEED
OF TRUST, DATED December
18, 2008, UNLESS YOU TAKE
ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR
PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD
AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU
NEED AN EXPLANATION
OF THE NATURE OF THE
PROCEEDING
AGAINST
YOU,
YOU
SHOULD
CONTACT
A
LAWYER.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
that on 04/10/2015, at 10:00
A.M. of said day, at the
entrance to the East County
Regional Center by statue, 250
E. Main Street, El Cajon, CA,
RESS Financial Corporation, a
California corporation, as duly
appointed Trustee under and
pursuant to the power of sale
conferred in that certain Deed
of Trust executed by Guy R.
Edwards, an unmarried man
recorded on 12/30/2008, in
Book n/a of Official Records of
SAN DIEGO County, at page
n/a, Recorder’s Instrument
No. 2008-0659196 , by reason
of a breach or default in
payment
or
performance
of the obligations secured
thereby, including that breach
or default, Notice of which
was recorded 12/12/2014 as
Recorder’s Instrument No.
2014-0547616, in Book n/a,
at page n/a, WILL SELL AT
PUBLIC AUCTION TO THE
HIGHEST
BIDDER
FOR
CASH, lawful money of the
United States, evidenced by
a Cashier’s Check drawn on a
state or national bank, or the
equivalent thereof drawn on
any other financial institution
specified in section 5102 of
the California Financial Code,
authorized to do business in
the State of California, ALL
PAYABLE AT THE TIME
OF SALE, all right, title and
interest held by it as Trustee,
in that real property situated
in said County and State,
described as follows: LOTS
3, 4, 5, 6, and 7, Block 2 of
Jarvis Addition, in the City
of Oceanside, County of San
Diego, State of California, per
Map No. 163, filed February
26, 1887 in the Office of the
County Recorder of San Diego
County. The street address or
other common designation of
the real property hereinabove
described is purported to be:
1011 South Tremont Street,
Oceanside, CA 92655 . The
undersigned disclaims all
liability for any incorrectness
in said street address or other
common designation. Said
sale will be made without
warranty, express or implied
regarding title, possession,
or other encumbrances, to
satisfy the unpaid obligations
secured by said Deed of Trust,
with interest and other sums
as provided therein; plus
advances, if any, thereunder
and interest thereon; and plus
fees, charges, and expenses
of the Trustee and of the
trusts created by said Deed
of Trust. The total amount
of said obligations at the
time of initial publication of
this Notice is $2,002,765.45.
THE OPENING BID AT
LEGALS
TRUSTEE’S
SALE
IS
ANTICIPATED
TO
BE
$655,000.00 The Beneficiary
under said Deed of Trust,
Adobe
Oil
Development
Corp., Attn: Russell Singer,
may be contacted directly
at
(949)
280-4336
for
further information. Dated:
03/13/2015 RESS Financial
Corporation, a California
corporation, as Trustee By:
Bruce R. Beasley, President
1780 Town and Country
Drive, Suite 105, Norco, CA
92860-3618 (SEAL) Tel.: (951)
270-0164 or (800) 343-7377
FAX: (951) 270-2673 Trustee’s
Sale Information: (714) 5731965
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04/03/2015 CN 17088
T.S. No.: 14-53086 TSG Order
No.:
02-14039425
A.P.N.:
166-702-02
ATTENTION
RECORDER:
THE
FOLLOWING REFERENCE
TO
AN
ATTACHED
SUMMARY IS APPLICABLE
TO THE NOTICE PROVIDED
TO THE TRUSTOR ONLY
PURSUANT TO CA CIVIL
CODE 2923.3 NOTE: THERE
IS A SUMMARY OF THE
INFORMATION
IN THIS
DOCUMENT
ATTACHED
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NOTICE
OF TRUSTEE’S
SALE YOU ARE IN DEFAULT
UNDER A DEED OF TRUST
DATED 3/28/2005. UNLESS
YOU TAKE ACTION TO
PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY,
IT MAY BE SOLD AT A
PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU
NEED AN EXPLANATION
OF THE NATURE OF THE
PROCEEDING
AGAINST
YOU,
YOU
SHOULD
CONTACT
A
LAWYER.
On 4/14/2015 at 10:00 AM,
Old
Republic
Default
Management
Services,
a
Division of Old Republic
National
Title
Insurance
Company as duly appointed
Trustee pursuant to the Deed
of Trust, Recorded 4/27/2005
as Instrument No. 20050349476 in book --, page -- of
Official Records in the office
of the Recorder of San Diego
County, California, executed
by:
MICHAEL
RIDDLE,
AND
DEBRA
RIDDLE,
HUSBAND AND WIFE AS
JOINT TENANTS, as Trustor,
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS,
INC. (MERS) AS NOMINEE
FOR
COUNTRYWIDE
HOME LOANS, INC., ITS
SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS
as Beneficiary. WILL SELL
AT PUBLIC AUCTION TO
THE HIGHEST BIDDER FOR
CASH (payable in full at time
of sale by cash, a cashier’s
check drawn by a state or
national bank, a check drawn
by a state or federal credit
union, or a check drawn by
a state or federal savings
and loan association, savings
association, or savings bank
specified in section 5102
of the Financial Code and
authorized to do business in
this state). At the entrance
to the east county regional
center by statue, 250 E. Main
Street, El Cajon, CA all right,
title and interest conveyed
to and now held by it under
said Deed of Trust in the
property situated in said
County and state, and as more
fully described in the above
referenced Deed of Trust.
The street address and other
common designation, if any,
of the real property described
above is purported to be:
3505 ROSELLE STREET,
OCEANSIDE,
CA
92056
The
undersigned Trustee
disclaims any liability for any
incorrectness of the street
address and other common
designation, if any, shown
herein. Said sale will be made
in an “AS IS” condition, but
without covenant or warranty,
expressed
or
implied,
regarding title, possession,
or encumbrances, to pay the
remaining principal sum of
the note(s) secured by said
Deed of Trust, with interest
thereon, as provided in said
note(s), advances, if any, under
the terms of the Deed of Trust,
estimated fees, charges and
expenses of the Trustee and of
the trusts created by said Deed
of Trust, to-wit: $498,455.60
(Estimated). Accrued interest
and additional advances, if
any, will increase this figure
prior to sale. It is possible that
at the time of sale the opening
bid may be less than the total
indebtedness due. NOTICE
TO POTENTIAL BIDDERS:
If you are considering bidding
on this property lien, you
should understand that there
are risks involved in bidding
at a trustee auction. You will
be bidding on a lien, not on
the property itself. Placing
the highest bid at a trustee
auction does not automatically
entitle you to free and clear
ownership of the property. You
should also be aware that the
lien being auctioned off may
be a junior lien. If you are the
highest bidder at the auction,
you are or may be responsible
for paying off all liens senior
to the lien being auctioned
off, before you can receive
clear title to the property. You
are encouraged to investigate
the existence, priority, and
size of outstanding liens that
may exist on this property
by contacting the county
recorder’s office or a title
insurance company, either of
which may charge you a fee for
this information. If you consult
either of these resources, you
should be aware that the same
lender may hold more than
one mortgage or deed of trust
on the property. NOTICE TO
PROPERTY OWNER: The sale
date shown on this notice of
sale may be postponed one or
more times by the mortgagee,
beneficiary, trustee, or a
court, pursuant to Section
2924g of the California Civil
Code. The law requires that
information about trustee
sale postponements be made
available to you and to the
public, as a courtesy to those
not present at the sale. If you
wish to learn whether your
sale date has been postponed,
and,
if
applicable,
the
rescheduled time and date for
the sale of this property, you
may call (714) 573-1965 or visit
this Internet Web site www.
priorityposting.com, using the
file number assigned to this
case 14-53086. Information
about postponements that
are very short in duration or
that occur close in time to
the scheduled sale may not
immediately be reflected in
the telephone information
or on the Internet Web
site. The best way to verify
postponement information is
to attend the scheduled sale.
The Declaration pursuant
to California Civil Code,
Section 2923.5(a) was fulfilled
when the Notice of Default
was recorded on 11/19/2014
Date: 3/12/2015 Old Republic
National
Title
Insurance
Company, as Trustee 500
City Parkway West, Suite
200, Orange, CA 92868-2913
(866) 263-5802 For Sale
Information Contact: Priority
Posting & Publishing (714)
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MARCH 20, 2015 T he C oast News Hanis Cavin, owner of Carnitas Snack Shack in Del Mar Highlands Town Center, is one of more than two
dozen chefs participating in Chef Celebration’s 20th annual spring dinner series, which kicks off at Pamplemousse Grill. Courtesy photo
Top chefs team up for
San Diego’s culinary future
By Bianca Kaplanek
REGION — If you’ve
ever dreamed of enjoying
a meal, with each course
prepared by a different
culinary master, then Chef
Celebration’s annual spring
dinner series is for you.
For five consecutive
Tuesdays beginning March
31, well-known San Diego
chefs will present fivecourse dinners at five different restaurants throughout the county.
The 20th annual event
kicks off at Pamplemousse
Grill in Solana Beach with
the restaurant’s chef, Jeffery Strauss, preparing the
second-course selections —
a duo of toro and sashimi
with shaved Périgord truffles or Texas quail with foie
gras and sweet Italian sausage — and dessert.
First-course
offerings will come from The
Marine Room’s Bernard
Guillas and include an almond-fennel-pollen-dusted
Maine diver scallop with
cauliflower purée or organic Hokto Farm mushrooms
bisque.
Stephane Voitzwinkler
from Bertrand at Mister A’s
is preparing one of three
entrees — a choucroute of
seafood that includes roasted monkfish, petrale sole
sausage, turned potatoes
and seafood veloute.
In celebration of Passover, the April 7 dinner
at Terra American Bistro
in La Mesa will be a seder
dinner. Chefs include Sam
Zien, better known as Sam
the Cooking Guy, and Hanis
Cavin, owner of Carnitas
Snack Shack.
Chef Celebration was
founded in 1995 to enhance
the knowledge and potential of young, aspiring culinarians.
The dinner series pairs
teams of top chefs with ambitious young talent to raise
funds for the organization’s
scholarship program, which
sends lower- and midlevel
cooks to the Culinary Institute of America Greystone
near Napa for a week of intensive training.
Since its inception the
foundation has raised approximately $225,000 in
scholarship funding and
helped more than 80 local
aspiring chefs further their
professional careers.
A current member of
the Chef Celebration board
of directors, Cavin, who is
quick to note the irony between his Jewish heritage
and the name of his restaurants, was one of the first
aspiring chefs to be awarded the trip.
“It was incredible,”
Cavin said. “Unlike some
other schools, it’s only
about food.”
The
program
has
changed a bit during the
past two decades. Initially, selected cooks attended individually and chose
a course of study for the
week. Now they go as a
group and Chef Celebration
writes the curriculum, Cavin said.
“They’re surrounded
by people who want to do
the same thing,” he added. “When I went there
were caterers and personal
chefs, who aren’t the same
as restaurant chefs.
“The restaurant chefs
were drawn together, like
magnets,” he said. “We realized what we do is special
and we have to stay true
to it. I still keep in touch
with two of the chefs I met
there.”
The application process is mainly an interview
and surprisingly doesn’t include any cooking.
“I look for the sparkle
in their eye when they talk
about food,” Cavin said.
“They have to be emotional
because if they’re not, they
don’t care. It’s a craft, not a
hobby.”
Cavin said board members also look for people
who plan to stay in San Diego.
“We don’t want to inTURN TO CHEFS ON A31
April 11, 2015 from 8 a.m. - 7p.m.
In celebration of our 25th anniversary, we welcome the
entire community to our campus. We’ve planned a day long
schedule of events and activities for attendees of all ages!
At Discover CSUSM Day you can:
• View the sun through a solar telescope
• Cheer on CSUSM’s baseball team in a double-header
• Discover if Bruce Wayne or Batman is a better crime fighter
• Visit labs, watch musical performances, paint a mural, listen
to lectures and much, much more.
For a complete program of the day’s events visit:
www.csusm.edu/25
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T he C oast News MARCH 20, 2015
Butterflies signal spring at San Diego Zoo Safari Park
By Ellen Wright
ESCONDIDO — The
butterflies at the Butterfly
Jungle in the San Diego Zoo
Safari Park throw caution
to the wind and disobey the
no touching rule, landing
on visitors’ heads, shoulders
and anywhere else they
please.
Visitors are often treated to a quick landing of the
more than 30 species of butterflies.
The month-long exhibit
has been open more than 20
years and Bird Curator Michael Mace said it’s held every spring to celebrate the
coming of the new season.
Visitors are checked More than 30 species of butterflies can be found throughout the Butterbefore and after coming fly Jungle. New butterflies are released daily in the enclosure to keep
into the giant terrarium, to the amount at a steady level. Photos by Ellen Wright
“It begins with a conversation, and
ends when your dreams come true!”
The Tailed Jay butterfly hails from Sri Lanka through Southeast Asia and Australia.
ensure no butterflies make
an escape on an unwitting
guest.
Butterfly pupas, which
are similar to caterpillar cocoons, are shipped in from
Central and South America in a delicate casing, like
cotton.
The butterflies live out
their life span in the enclosure.
According to Mase,
the exhibit is strategically
planned so about the same
number of butterflies are
always fluttering about.
“We’re releasing butterflies everyday. We keep
the experience at the same
level throughout the entire
period of time,” Mace said.
The Butterfly Jungle
promotes conservation and
preservation in the Americas.
Instead of clearing
the forest to raise farm animals, families can farm
butterflies.
“It allows the forest to
remain in tact by purchasing and helping a family
in a range country,” said
Mace.
The enclosure is also a
butterfly sanctuary.
More than 100 butter-
flies in the enclosure were
confiscated at the Los Angeles International Airport
after a traveler from the
Philippines failed to get the
proper permits.
“Not only do we take
care of a collection or do
research but we’re also a
sanctuary so here is a great
example of being a sanctuary to animals that would
normally be challenged to
(survive),” Mace said.
The exhibit opened
Saturday and runs through
April 12.
It is free with admission to the Safari Park.
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573-1965 Dalaysia Ramirez,
Trustee Sale Officer “We
are attempting to collect a
debt, and any information we
obtain will be used for that
purpose.” P1135488 3/20, 3/27,
04/03/2015 CN 17086
APN:
215-170-03-24
TS
No:
CA05001850-14-1
TO
No: 8490662 NOTICE OF
TRUSTEE’S SALE YOU ARE
IN DEFAULT UNDER A
DEED OF TRUST DATED May
8, 2003. UNLESS YOU TAKE
ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR
PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD
AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU
NEED AN EXPLANATION
OF THE NATURE OF THE
PROCEEDINGS
AGAINST
YOU,
YOU
SHOULD
CONTACT A LAWYER. On
April 20, 2015 at 10:00 AM,
at the entrance to the East
County Regional Center by
statue, 250 E. Main Street,
El Cajon, CA 92020, MTC
Financial Inc. dba Trustee
Corps, as the duly Appointed
Trustee, under and pursuant
to the power of sale contained
in that certain Deed of Trust
recorded on May 14, 2003, as
Instrument No. 2003-0563975,
of official records in the Office
of the Recorder of San Diego
County, California, executed
by ALPHONSE S. KENISON,
A SINGLE MAN, as Trustor(s),
in favor of FINANCIAL
FREEDOM
SENIOR
FUNDING CORPORATION,
A SUBSIDIARY OF LEHMAN
BROTHERS BANK, FSB as
Beneficiary, WILL SELL AT
PUBLIC AUCTION TO THE
HIGHEST BIDDER, in lawful
money of the United States,
all payable at the time of
sale, that certain property
situated in said County,
California describing the land
therein as: AS MORE FULLY
DESCRIBED IN SAID DEED
OF TRUST
The property
heretofore
described
is
being sold “as is”. The street
address and other common
designation, if any, of the real
property described above is
purported to be: 1941 Alga
Road #b, Carlsbad, CA 92009
The
undersigned Trustee
disclaims any liability for any
incorrectness of the street
address and other common
designation, if any, shown
herein.
Said sale will be
made without covenant or
warranty, express or implied,
regarding title, possession,
or encumbrances, to pay the
remaining principal sum of
the Note(s) secured by said
Deed of Trust, with interest
thereon, as provided in said
Note(s), advances if any, under
the terms of the Deed of
Trust, estimated fees, charges
and expenses of the Trustee
and of the trusts created by
said Deed of Trust. The total
amount of the unpaid balance
of the obligations secured
by the property to be sold
and reasonable estimated
costs, expenses and advances
at the time of the initial
publication of this Notice of
Trustee’s Sale is estimated to
be $251,422.34 (Estimated).
However,
prepayment
premiums, accrued interest
and advances will increase
this figure prior to sale.
Beneficiary’s bid at said sale
may include all or part of
said amount. In addition to
cash, the Trustee will accept
a cashier’s check drawn on a
state or national bank, a check
drawn by a state or federal
credit union or a check drawn
by a state or federal savings
and loan association, savings
association or savings bank
specified in Section 5102 of
the California Financial Code
and authorized to do business
in California, or other such
funds as may be acceptable
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SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTME INSTALLATION - REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS
Subject to conditions prescribed by Rancho Santa Fe School District (RSFSD), Rancho Santa Fe, CA responses to the RSFSD prequalification documents for Design Build contract are sought from
proposers for the following project:
Solar Energy Project 2016
Rancho Santa Fe School District
R. Roger Rowe School
PERQUALIFICATION OF PROSPECTIVE PROPOSERS
RSFSD primary objective in utilizing the design build approach is
to bring the best available integrated design and construction experience to this project. RSFSD has determined that proposers who
submit proposals on this project must be pre-qualified. Pre-qualified proposer will be required to have the following California
contractor’s licenses: C-10 (Electrical Constrictor) or C-46 (Solar
Contractor) and B (General Contractor).
GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF WORK
RSFSD policy is efficient energy use through a balanced mix of energy conservation and renewable energy measures, which provide
a means to save money, foster environmental awareness, reduce
the environmental consequences of RSFSD activities and provide educational leadership for the 21st century. RSFSD is evaluating the option to Owner build the PV system or to finance the
system through a power purchase agreement (PPA). The selected
design-build firm will need to demonstrate experience with each
method.
As part of this policy RSFSD intends to enter into a design-build
contact with a highly qualified photovoltaic (PV) system provider
for the turnkey design and installation and commissioning of a
solar power system providing maximum energy offset in the areas
allocated for panel placement. Dashboards, teaching tools and communication regarding the system will be included in the evaluation.
The siting, structural design, DSA approval, and project close out
will be provided by the District Architect. Canopy structures and
existing roof structures will be used. Design-build contactor will
include DSA approved mounting systems, photovoltaic system, applications to public utility, coordination with District architect and
drawings, and construction of complete system including structures
and building modifications.
It is the intent of this project to obtain the highest kilowatt-hour
(kWh) output at the lowest cost per kilowatt-hour ($/kWh) so as to
maximize the long term energy savings. During the RFP phase the
prequalified teams will be strongly encouraged to submit proposals
meeting this intent using the most cost effective PV system designs.
All solar power generation equipment, inverters, and metering
must meet the equipment installation and warranty requirements
of the California Solar Initiative (CSI) program.
PROJECT BUDGET
The overall budget for this project will be determined by the most
efficient system design to obtain maximum energy offset in the areas allocated for panel placement. The budget includes, but is not
limited to the following items: complete turnkey PV system design,
installation and commissioning, inverters, metering and balance of
the system. RSFSD will provide the prequalified teams selected for
the RFP phase with the following:
• Facility electrical systems information for system sizing
• Access to the campus for electrical and as-built information
• Optional and required PV roof locations
• Optional and required canopy locations
During the RFP phase it is anticipated that the prequalified teams
will provide in their bids proposed system descriptions that maximize the allowable CSI kilowatt-hour output in the most cost effective manner.
PROJECT SCHEDULE
RFQ Selection
March 13, 2015 1st Advertisement
March 13, 2015 RFQ available to interested design-build teams
March 20, 2015 2nd Advertisement
April 9, 2014
10:00 am Mandatory prequalification meeting
April 16, 2015 10:00 am Statements of Qualifications due
RFP Selection
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
RFP issued
Scheduled site visits as requested
Proposals due
Final Design team selection / notification
Design Construction
June 2016 – August 2016
PROCEDURES
RSFSD intends to select multiple teams who will be prequalified
and will be issued RFP documents for this Project. The prequalified proposers will be submitting proposals that will be evaluated
based on a scoring system to be published in the RFP.
The prequalification submittal will be the submittal of prequalification documents described in more detail below. After receipt of
the prequalification documents, RSFSD will review and determine
a preliminary point score for each submittal. Requests for clarifying information and additional data will be made at this time, if required. After receipt and review of the clarifications and additional
data each prequalification submittal will receive a final point score.
Scoring of proposers will be determined by the application of an
established rating system to the following information:
1. Financial Capacity (Total Points Available = 20)
a) All firms shall indicate their form of business, (e.g., corporation,
partnership, joint venture, or sole proprietor). The design-build
teams shall provide a copy of their last financial statements, and
quarterly updates if available. If the firm is a joint venture, the
prime or lead contractor of the team shall provide their financial
statements.
b) All firms shall disclose their arbitration and litigation claims his-
to the Trustee. In the event
tender other than cash is
accepted, the Trustee may
withhold the issuance of the
Trustee’s Deed Upon Sale
until funds become available
to the payee or endorsee as a
matter of right. The property
offered for sale excludes
all funds held on account
by the property receiver, if
applicable. If the Trustee is
unable to convey title for any
reason, the successful bidder’s
sole and exclusive remedy
shall be the return of monies
paid to the Trustee and the
successful bidder shall have
no further recourse. Notice
to Potential Bidders If you
are considering bidding on
this property lien, you should
understand that there are
risks involved in bidding at
a Trustee auction. You will
be bidding on a lien, not on
the property itself. Placing
the highest bid at a Trustee
auction does not automatically
entitle you to free and clear
ownership of the property. You
should also be aware that the
lien being auctioned off may
be a junior lien. If you are the
highest bidder at the auction,
you are or may be responsible
for paying off all liens senior
to the lien being auctioned
tory. Claims that are unresolved but still pending are not required
to be submitted.
c) All firms shall provide the evidence of their bonding capacity for
the amount of the $2,000,000. This evidence shall be in the form of
a letter from a licensed bonding company or from an agent normally representing the firm.
d) All firms will prove ability to provide Professional Liability Insurance in the amount of $2,000,000 for engineering services provided
by the engineer. All firms will prove ability to provide certificates
of general liability insurance on the Owner’s form in the minimum
amounts of $3,000,000 per occurrence and $5,000,000 in the Aggregate, and $1,000,000 business automobile liability.
If the design-builder is not a public company, all financial information shall be held in confidence and shall be examined only by the
officials responsible for its evaluation.
2. Project Team Organization (Total Points Available = 50)
Each Proposer will provide information and explanation of the Proposer’s Project Team and organizational structure, including:
a) Name of the lead proposer who will be the primary contact entity
and will be responsible for the RFP response submittal.
b) Names of team member(s), partner(s), major subcontractor(s)
and supplier(s), and contact information for each.
c) Roles, responsibilities and relationships of all team members.
d) A brief description of each team member’s firm and their ability
to contribute to successful solar PV program implementation (history, similar scope of services, etc.).
e) History of past projects that the team members have worked on
together.
f) Key personnel assigned to the project, including Project Manager
and Field Superintendent. Resumes shall include a description of
training, experience and applicable licensing of the key personnel
in their respective areas of expertise. Copies of appropriate certification/licensing documents are to be included In the Statement of
Qualifications. Resumes should specifically address work experience on PV systems of similar size and scope.
Note: After the RFQ phase, the selected teams may not make any
significant changes in the composition of the team’s member firms,
personnel assignments, and individuals’ roles and responsibilities
without the approval of RSFSD.
Proposer shall include an organizational chart showing the following project responsibilities:
• Contract/Project Management
• Design and Engineering
• Equipment Sourcing
• System Integration, Installation, and Commissioning
3. System Design and Engineering Experience (Total Points Available = 70)
Each proposer shall provide information and explanation of the
Proposer and/or Project Team’s solar PV system design and engineering experience as follows:
a) Total kW of generating capacity of on-site solar PV engineered
and designed over the last three (3) year, which are currently in
commercial operation. Emphasis should be on solar PV systems of
similar size and type as contemplated for this project.
b) Description of individual solar PV systems installed over the
last three (3) years, which are currently in commercial operation.
For each of the projects the Proposer shall include client reference
information – client contact, company name, title, address, phone
number, and email. Proposer should include examples of roof
mounted systems and canopy / carport systems equal to or larger
than 200 kW (dc).
c) Experience with engineering and designing commercial scale solar PV system interconnection facilities at 480 V and 12 kV voltage
levels in accordance with SDG&E Rule 21 requirements.
d) Experience with engineering and designing metering and meter data solutions for both billing and data presentation purposes.
Proposer should also include any experience integrating PV system
metering solutions t facility energy management systems. The campus has a energy management systems.
e) Any examples of demonstrated design excellence and creativity
including design awards, education tools or applications with respect to solar generating systems should be highlighted.
f) Experience with engineering, design and construction on public
school property (K-12) and experience with DSA projects.
4. Installation Qualifications and Experience (Total Points Available = 70)
Each Proposer shall provide information and explanation of the
Proposer’s and/or Project Team’s solar PV system installation and
construction experience, as follows:
a) Total KW of generating capacity of on-site solar PV installed over
the last three (3) years, which are currently in commercial operation. Emphasis should be on solar PV systems of similar size and
type as contemplated in this RFQ
.
b) Description of individual solar PV systems installed over the
last three (3) years, which are currently in commercial operation.
For each of the projects the Proposer shall include client reference
information – client contact, company name, title, address, phone
number, and email. Proposer should include examples of roof
mounted system and canopy / carport systems equal to or larger
than 200 KW (dc).
5. Project Management Capability (Total Points Available = 40)
Each Proposer shall provide information and explanation of the
Proposer’s and/or Project Team’s solar PV system project management capabilities and experience as follows:
a) Proposer shall describe their engineering and design management capabilities and experience of all of the solar PV systems installed over the last three (3) years that are currently in commercial
operation.
b) Proposer shall describe their construction and installation management capabilities and experience for all of the solar PV system
installed over the last three (3) years that are currently in commercial operation.
c) Proposer shall describe their abilities and experience in managing the design, engineering, construction and installation of solar
PV systems equivalent in size and types of solar PV systems as contemplated under this RFQ.
off, before you can receive
clear title to the property. You
are encouraged to investigate
the existence, priority, and
size of outstanding liens that
may exist on this property
by contacting the county
recorder’s office or a title
insurance company, either
of which may charge you a
fee for this information. If
you consult either of these
resources, you should be
aware that the same Lender
may hold more than one
mortgage or Deed of Trust
on the property. Notice to
Property Owner
The sale
date shown on this Notice of
Sale may be postponed one or
more times by the Mortgagee,
Beneficiary, Trustee, or a
court, pursuant to Section
2924g of the California Civil
Code. The law requires that
information about Trustee
Sale postponements be made
available to you and to the
public, as a courtesy to those
not present at the sale. If
you wish to learn whether
your sale date has been
postponed, and, if applicable,
the rescheduled time and
date for the sale of this
property, you may call Priority
Posting and Publishing at
714-573-1965 for information
6. Project Implementation and Management Plan (Total Points
Available = 40)
Each Proposer shall provide a description of their solar project
Implementation and Management Plan. Such a description should
include:
a) What types of personnel will work on the tasks, and where this
work will occur (e.g. solar provider office, headquarters, off-site fabrication areas, or host site… laydown area is very limited).
b) A preliminary schedule detailing the milestones required for
project completion, noting specifically how they will meet the completion deadline of August 2016.
c) A description of how the proposer plans to manager cost control,
schedule, and job site safety.
7. Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) (Total Points Available = 10)
Each Proposer shall provide a description of experience with obtaining Power Purchase Agreements for single projects of similar
size. Such description should include:
a) Project the size, location, client, and client contact for previous
projects constructed under PPA.
b) Describe the role of the Proposer in contacting the PPA and coordinating the agreement.
Each Statement of Qualifications shall follow the order of the selection criteria above and shall not exceed 25 pages (double-sided if
necessary). The scoring system shown will be used in evaluating the
Statements of Qualifications. Teams that can deliver the best value
solar photovoltaic system to the University based on the highest
number of point will be pre-qualified.
Highest Score Possible
20
50
70
70
40
40
10
300
Selection Category
Financial Capacity
Project Team Organization
System Design and Engineering Experience Installation Qualifications and Experience
Project Management Capability
Project Implementation and Management Plan
Power Purchase Agreement
Total points available
Proposers will be notified whether or not they have been prequalified after RSFSD evaluates the Statements of Qualifications.
All costs associated with the SOQ issuance and submittal will be
borne by the proposing teams.
PREQUALIFICATION SHEDULE
On or before April 30, 2015, 4:00 pm four (4) sets of completed
prequalification documents (Statements of Qualifications) will be
received at:
Rancho Santa Fe School District
5927 La Granada
Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92067
Attention: Roya Saadat
Mailing Address:
P.O.BOX 809
Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92067
No prequalification documents (Statements of Qualifications) shall
be accepted after 4:00 PM PST on April 30, 2015. However, RSFSD
reserves the right to request, receive, and evaluate supplemental
information after the above time and date at its sole determination.
RSFSD reserves the right to reject any or all Statements of Qualifications and any or all Proposals and to waive non-material irregularities in any response or proposal received.
Firms submitting under this prequalification shall be capable and
prepared to submit the following during the RFP phase.
Proposal Security in the amount of 10% of the lump sum price proposal, excluding alternates, shall accompany each proposal. The
surety issuing thee Bid Bond shall be, on the proposal deadline,
listed in the latest published State of California, Department of
Insurance, list of “Insurers Admitted to Transact Surety Insurance
in this State”.
All insurance policies required to be obtained by Proposers shall be
subject to approval by RSFSD from form and substance. All such
policies shall be issued by a company rated by Best as A- or better
with financial classification of VIII or better, or have equivalent ratings by Standard and Poor’s or Moody’s.
Prospective proposers desiring to be pre-qualified are informed
that they will be subject to and must fully comply with all of the
proposal conditions including 100% payment and 100% performance bonds.
Contractor shall comply with the Davis-Bacon Act (40 U.S. C. 276a
to a-7) and as may be supplemented by Department of Labor regulations (29 CFR part 5, “Labor Standards Provisions Applicable
to Contracts Governing Federally Financed and Assisted Construction”). A copy of the Davis-Bacon wage rates will be on file at
RSFSD and will be made available to any interested party upon
request. In the event of difference between the applicable Prevailing Wage Rate and the applicable Davis-Bacon Wage Rate for any
specific classification, the higher rate shall be paid.
Each employee of the Contactor and every Subcontractor will be
required to provide fingerprint submittals through the Department
of Justice and demonstrate no employee on the project site has a
criminal record.
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regarding the Trustee’s Sale
or visit the Internet Web
site address listed below for
information regarding the sale
of this property, using the file
number assigned to this case,
CA05001850-14-1. Information
about postponements that
are very short in duration or
that occur close in time to
the scheduled sale may not
immediately be reflected in
the telephone information
or on the Internet Web
site. The best way to verify
postponement information is
to attend the scheduled sale.
Date: March 10, 2015 MTC
Financial Inc. dba Trustee
Corps TS No. CA05001850-141 17100 Gillette Ave Irvine,
CA 92614 Phone: 949-252-8300
TDD: 866-660-4288
Amy
Lemus, Authorized Signatory
SALE INFORMATION CAN
BE OBTAINED ON LINE
AT
www.priorityposting.
com
FOR
AUTOMATED
SALES
INFORMATION
PLEASE
CALL:
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APPLICANT: North El Camino Real, LLC.
LOCATION: 285 North El Camino Real (APNs: 257-062-26 and -29)
APPELLANT: Pierre Joubert
DESCRIPTION: Public Hearing to consider an appeal of the Planning Commission’s approval of a Design Review Permit to add new parking spaces, construction of retaining walls that vary between 6 feet and 14 feet tall, and site and
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Those persons wishing to speak on these proposals are cordially invited to attend the public
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ViewPublisher.php?view_id=6 on or after the Friday prior to the hearing date. If you have
any questions, please call the Planning Division at (760) 602-4600.
5. CASE NUMBER: 14-037 MUPMOD/DR/CDP
FILING DATE: February 18, 2014
LOCATION: 530 North Coast Highway 101
APPLICANT: Roberto Vigilucci
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PUBLISH: March 20, 2015
(APN: 256-081-33 and 36)
DESCRIPTION: Public hearing to consider a Major Use Permit Modification, Design Review Permit and Coastal DeCITY OF CARLSBAD
velopment Permit to expand the existing alcohol beverage service into a proposed outdoor dining area for an existing
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restaurant (Robbie’s Roadhouse) and permit valet parking.
ZONING/OVERLAY: The property is located within the Commercial Mixed-1 (N-CM-1) Zone of the North 101 Corridor
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ENVIRONMENTAL STATUS: The project is exempt from environmental review pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines.
714-573-1965 MTC Financial possession, or encumbrances, 00 The undersigned Trustee
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NOTICE OF
TRUSTEE’S
SALE
YOU
ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER
A DEED OF TRUST DATED
5/16/2007.
UNLESS YOU
TAKE ACTION TO PROTECT
YOUR PROPERTY, IT MAY
BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC
SALE.
IF YOU NEED
AN
EXPLANATION
OF
THE NATURE OF THE
PROCEEDING
AGAINST
YOU,
YOU
SHOULD
CONTACT A LAWYER. A
public auction sale to the
highest bidder for cash,
cashier’s check drawn on a
state or national bank, check
drawn by a state or federal
credit union, or a check drawn
by a state or federal savings
and loan association, or
savings association, or savings
bank specified in Section
5102 of the Financial Code
and authorized to do business
in this state will be held by
the duly appointed trustee
as shown below, of all right,
title, and interest conveyed to
and now held by the trustee
in the hereinafter described
property under and pursuant
to a Deed of Trust described
below.
The sale will be
made, but without covenant
or warranty, expressed or
implied,
regarding
title,
to pay the remaining principal
sum of the note(s) secured
by the Deed of Trust, with
interest and late charges
thereon, as provided in the
note(s), advances, under the
terms of the Deed of Trust,
interest thereon, fees, charges
and expenses of the Trustee
for the total amount (at the
time of the initial publication
of the Notice of Sale)
reasonably estimated to be
set forth below. The amount
may be greater on the day
of sale. Trustor: GEORGE J.
JUBRAN AND GHADA SABA
JUBRAN, HUSBAND AND
WIFE AS JOINT TENANTS
Duly Appointed Trustee: Law
Offices of Les Zieve, as Trustee
Deed of Trust recorded
5/24/2007 as Instrument No.
2007-0354024 in book , page
of Official Records in the
office of the Recorder of San
Diego County, California,
Date of Sale:4/10/2015 at
10:30 AM Place of Sale:
AT
THE ENTRANCE TO THE
EAST COUNTY REGIONAL
CENTER BY STATUE, 250 E.
MAIN STREET, EL CAJON,
CA 92020 Estimated amount
of unpaid balance and other
charges:
$854,575.33 Note:
Because
the
Beneficiary
reserves the right to bid less
than the total debt owed, it
is possible that at the time of
the sale the opening bid may
be less than the total debt
owed. Street Address or other
common designation of real
property: 2510 Lone Jack Road
Encinitas, California 92024
Described as follows: As more
fully described on said Deed
of Trust. A.P.N #.: 264-171-06-
disclaims any liability for any
incorrectness of the street
address or other common
designation, if any, shown
above. If no street address
or other common designation
is shown, directions to the
location of the property
may be obtained by sending
a written request to the
beneficiary within 10 days of
the date of first publication of
this Notice of Sale. NOTICE
TO POTENTIAL BIDDERS:
If you are considering bidding
on this property lien, you
should understand that there
are risks involved in bidding
at a trustee auction. You will
be bidding on a lien, not on
the property itself. Placing
the highest bid at a trustee
auction does not automatically
entitle you to free and clear
ownership of the property. You
should also be aware that the
lien being auctioned off may
be a junior lien. If you are the
highest bidder at the auction,
you are or may be responsible
for paying off all liens senior
to the lien being auctioned
off, before you can receive
clear title to the property. You
are encouraged to investigate
the existence, priority, and
size of outstanding liens that
may exist on this property
by contacting the county
recorder’s office or a title
insurance company, either of
which may charge you a fee for
this information. If you consult
either of these resources, you
should be aware that the same
lender may hold more than
one mortgage or deed of trust
on the property. NOTICE TO
PROPERTY OWNER: The sale
Items 1, 2, 4 and 5 are located in the City’s Coastal Zone and require issuance of a Coastal Development Permit. The
action of the Planning Commission and/or City Council relative to Item 1 is appealable to the California Coastal Commission. The action of the Planning Commission and/or City Council relative to Items 2, 3, 4 & 5 are not appealable to
the California Coastal Commission.
For further information, or to review the above applications prior to the hearing, contact Senior Planner Roy Sapa’u at
(760) 633-2734 or by email at [email protected] for Items 1 and 2; Associate Planner J. Dichoso at (760) 633-2618
or by email at [email protected] for Items 3, 4 and 5; or the Planning and Building Department at (760) 633-2710
or by email at [email protected], 505 South Vulcan Avenue, Encinitas, CA 92024-3633.
An appeal of a Planning Commission determination, accompanied by the appropriate filing fee, may be filed by 6:00
p.m. on the 15th calendar day (10th calendar day for subdivisions) following the date of the Commission’s determination. Appeals will be considered by the City Council pursuant to Chapter 1.12 of the Municipal Code. Any filing of an
appeal will suspend the appealed action as well as any processing of permits in reliance thereon in accordance with
Encinitas Municipal Code Section 1.12.020(D)(1) until such time as an action is taken on the appeal.
Under California Government Code Sect. 65009, if you challenge the nature of the proposed action in court, you may
be limited to raising only the issues you or someone else raised regarding the matter described in this notice or written
correspondence delivered to the City at or before the time and date of the determination.
03/20/15 CN 17108
date shown on this notice of
sale may be postponed one or
more times by the mortgagee,
beneficiary, trustee, or a
court, pursuant to Section
2924g of the California Civil
Code. The law requires that
information about trustee
sale postponements be made
available to you and to the
public, as a courtesy to those
not present at the sale. If
you wish to learn whether
your sale date has been
postponed, and, if applicable,
the rescheduled time and date
for the sale of this property,
you may call (714) 848-9272
or visit this Internet Web
site
www.elitepostandpub.
com, using the file number
assigned to this case 1431887.
Information about
postponements that are very
short in duration or that occur
close in time to the scheduled
sale may not immediately be
reflected in the telephone
information
or
on
the
Internet Web site. The best
way to verify postponement
information is to attend
the scheduled sale. Dated:
3/12/2015 Law Offices of
Les Zieve, as Trustee 30
Corporate Park, Suite 450
Irvine, CA 92606 For NonAutomated Sale Information,
call: (714) 848-7920 For Sale
Information: (714) 848-9272
www.elitepostandpub.com
Christine O’Brien, Trustee
Sale Officer THIS FIRM
IS
ATTEMPTING
TO
COLLECT A DEBT AND
ANY INFORMATION WE
OBTAINED WILL BE USED
FOR THAT PURPOSE. EPP
11521 3/20, 3/27, 4/3/2015. CN
17082
NOTICE
OF TRUSTEE’S
SALE T.S No. 1390948-20 APN:
162-270-29-00 TRA: 07047
LOAN NO: Xxxxxx-165 REF:
Simons, Richard IMPORTANT
NOTICE TO
PROPERTY
OWNER: YOU ARE IN
DEFAULT UNDER A DEED
OF TRUST, DATED November
30, 2007. UNLESS YOU TAKE
ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR
PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD
AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU
NEED AN EXPLANATION
OF THE NATURE OF THE
PROCEEDING
AGAINST
YOU,
YOU
SHOULD
CONTACT A LAWYER. On
April 02, 2015, at 10:00am, Calwestern Reconveyance Llc, as
duly appointed trustee under
and pursuant to Deed of Trust
recorded December 10, 2007,
as Inst. No. 2007-0762750 in
book XX, page XX of Official
Records in the office of the
County Recorder of San Diego
County, State of California,
executed by Richard Simons
An Unmarried Man, will sell
at public auction to highest
bidder for cash, cashier’s
check drawn on a state or
national bank, a check drawn
by a state or federal credit
union, or a check drawn by
a state or federal savings
and loan association, savings
association, or savings bank
specified in section 5102 of the
financial code and authorized
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FIREFIGHTERS
PRAISED BY PETA
PETA’s Compassionate
Fire Department awards are
on their way to honor the
Carlsbad Fire Department
and the Oceanside Fire Department for rescuing Spike,
a dog that became wedged
between two large storage
containers while playing with
children at a playground.
First responders rushed to
the scene and used the Jaws
of Life to pry the containers
apart, allowing Spike to be reunited with his family.
SCHOLARSHIP STAR
Congratulations to student Jaime Medina, who was
selected as one of two Region
X representatives recommended for the statewide CalWORKs scholarship. Medina
was awarded a $250 scholarship from the region and
will be attending the state
CalWORKs conference. He
will also be considered for the
$1,000 statewide CalWORKs
scholarship, selected from
among 10 regional finalists.
BLOCK PARTY ON CEDROS
North Cedros Lofts invites the community to a
block party from 3 to 8 p.m.
March 27 at 120 E. Cliff St.,
Solana Beach to celebrate the
grand opening of the Rebecca
Norman Studio. Hear music
by Big Boss Bubeleh and DJ
Savvy Dave plus demonstrations and sample sales. For
more information, visit [email protected]
NEW HOME FOR RANCH
MARKET
Carlsbad Ranch Market
outgrew its old location on
Paseo del Norte, next to Tip
Top Meats, and moved to a
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for customers is it’s new location, 6120 Paseo del Norte,
Suite. Q-1, is in the two-story office building within a
few feet of the old location.
Carlsbad Ranch Market offers farm fresh, locally grown
organic produce, an lunch
buffet, homemade salsa and
guacamole, Julian pies and
other specialty food items.
The market is open Monday
through Saturday from 7:30
a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday
from 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. For
more information, please call
(760) 438-3202.
GELATO AND MORE
Gaia Gelato’s will hold its
grand opening from noon to 4
p.m. March 21 in the Carlsbad
Village Faire, 300 Carlsbad
Village Drive, Carlsbad, with
authentic Italian handmade
gelato, pastries, and specialty
drinks. For more information,
visit gaiagelato.com.
Sts. Constantine and Helen
Greek Church, requiring the
issuance of a new flag. Additionally Erin Gallaher, Haunted Hotel Concession Chair,
and Vickie Hamilton, Rank
Advancement Chair, were
awarded the annual Phil Kessler Award for their service
and leadership in the troop.
For information about Troop
2000, visit bsatroop2000.com.
DENTIST HONORED
AS RESEARCHER
Dr. Greg McElroy of
Smiles By Design has been
invited by The Dental Library national organization
to launch and take the helm
as a contributing author for
EncinitasDentalLibrary.com.
The Dental Library is an assembly of local, prominent
dental professionals who
have agreed to research and
write about dental issues and
developments for their local
area. McElroy is also actively
involved in the community of
Encinitas.
COMPOSER
FROM MIRACOSTA
Eric Foster, associate music instructor at MiraCosta
College, performed one of his
compositions May 7 with the
Southern California Philharmonic Orchestra (conducted
by a fellow MiraCostan associate, Branden Muresan), and
will premiere a new piece at
an upcoming concert at USD.
PIZZA WITH A PURPOSE
The Optimist Club of
Carlsbad “The Achievers” recently inducted another new
member, Amanda Riley, general manager of Blaze Pizza
at Carlsbad Premium Outlets,
5620 Paseo Del Norte, Suite
126C. Riley is interested in
working with youth and helping kids and will hold a fundraiser at the restaurant March
20 so to benefit the club.
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WYSH BOUTIQUE TURNS 1
Wysh Boutique will join
Gaia as the boutique celebrates its first birthday, also
from noon to 4 p.m. March 21
in the Carlsbad Village Faire,
300 Carlsbad Village Drive,
Carlsbad, They have a mix
of unique resort and formal
wear, accessories jewelry,
and body products. For more
information, visit wyshboutique.com
KIKI’S TRUNK SHOW
Kiki Designs, Island inspired, hand-made jewelry,
is combining its 2015 Trunk
Show with Gaia and Wysh
from noon to 4 p.m. March 21
in the Carlsbad Village Faire,
300 Carlsbad Village Drive,
Carlsbad.
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SCOUTS RETIRE FLAG
Olivenhain’s Boy Scout
Troop 2000 recently retired
its original troop flag from
it’s founding in 2000. Phil
Kessler (right), the founding
scoutmaster, was presented
the flag by Eagle Scouts Liam
Carr and Craig Kimball. In
2014, the troop moved to the
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Local actress stars in Cuban film
By Bianca Kaplanek
ENCINITAS — Emmy
Harrington was in her
sixth-grade play, took a
drama class in junior high
school and participated in
theater productions while
attending San Dieguito
Academy.
But when the former
Encinitas resident decided to pursue professional
acting she never imagined
her career would take her
to Cuba.
Harrington stars in
“La Noche Buena,” a narrative short that premiered
at the San Diego Latino
Film Festival on March 18.
The movie is about a
young American who tries
to connect with a distant
family acquaintance in
Cuba but only alienates
himself further.
“It’s a really lovely,
simple story that speaks for
itself,” Harrington said.
The 12-minute piece,
shot in Havana in 10 days
in October 2013, is based Emmy Harrington, a former Encinitas resident, is starring in the short
on director Alex Mallis’ film, “La Noche Buena,” which was screened at the San Diego Latino
Film Festival on March 18. Courtesy photo
personal experience.
“Creating this film
has been one of the biggest
challenges of my life,” he
said.
Because of the trade
embargo, an American-directed fiction film has not
been shot in Cuba in more
than 60 years.
Mallis said it took several failed attempts and
two years to finally secure
permission to shoot in Havana, but only after the
Institute of Cuban Cinema
first read and approved the
script.
Harrington said she
was a little nervous at first.
“There was so much
paperwork, and there were
so many questions that we
had to be prepared to answer,” she said. “But I was
with a group of people who
had all done this sort of
thing before.
“And I’m fluent in
Spanish so a lot of my nervousness was alleviated
knowing that no matter
what I could sort of fend for
myself,” she added. “Alex
had been to Cuba. He said I
would be surprised despite
the U.S. relationship there.
MARCH 20, 2015
… If you go to the right
place in Havana it feels
very safe.
“I had the best time,”
Harrington said. “I was the
only American actor and
the crew spent a lot of time
scouting so I strapped on
my running shoes and ran
around Havana trying to
find things for them.
“Food is not easy to
get,” she said. “I had to try
to figure out where to find
eggs. I would stop in a ration line and people directed me.”
At times that experience was art imitating life.
“There’s two currencies, which plays a really
big role in the film,” Harrington said. “So it was
like, which one do I pay
with and how do I make
sure I’m not getting ripped
off?
“I encountered that
about 15 or 16 times — confronting people about how
much I should be paying
because there’s this huge
divide between the tourist
culture and the people who
live in Havana. They live
by totally different rules
and a totally different system.”
Harrington’s first paid
acting job was when she
was 13. A friend entered
The Old Globe’s Young
Playwrights Project.
When the play was
selected, Harrington was
cast as the sole actor in
one-person production.
“It was an incredible
opportunity,” she said. “It
was just me, 13, on stage by
myself for 45 minutes. And
it was at The Old Globe,
which is just incredibly renowned. I got really lucky.
I was well-directed. It was
well-reviewed.”
Harrington said The
Old Globe hired her every
year after that until she
left San Diego to attend
Occidental College in Los
Angeles, where she earned
a degree in theater.
After graduating in
2006, Harrington stayed
in L.A. for about five years
“doing the grind, trying to
book commercial work, trying to book TV work, did a
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FOLK MUSIC San Diego Folk Heritage presents
Grammy-nominated American folk songwriter John
McCutcheon at 7:30 p.m.
March 21 at the San Dieguito United Methodist Church,
170 Calle Magdalena, Encinitas. Tickets are $22 at sdfolkheritage.org.
MARCH 22
VIOLA AND ENSEMBLE Enjoy a virtuosi concert with David Carpenter,
viola and the Salome Chamber Ensemble at 7:30 p.m.
March 22 at the Encinitas
Library, 540 Cornish Drive.
Tickets: are $25, $21 at Encinitas.tix.com, or purchase
at the door.
MARCH 20
CLASSIC TRIO The
Muhlfeld Trio with Benjamin Mitchell, clarinet; Michael Kaufman, cello and
Brendan White, piano will
perform at 7:30 p.m. March
20 at the Encinitas Library,
540 Cornish Drive. Tickets:
$13 at Encinitas.tix.com, or MARCH 23
purchase at the door.
UKULELE MASTER
Ukulele master, Jake ShimaMARCH 21
bukuro will be bringing his
FEED THE SOUL Feed- four-string, two-octave ining the Soul Foundation is strument, 7 p.m. March 23 to
turning 5 and celebrating the Belly Up Tavern, 143 S.
its birthday from 3 p.m. to 7 Cedros Ave., Solana Beach,
p.m. March 21 at Goat Hill For more information and
Park, 2323 Goat Hill Drive, tickets, visit bellyup.com/.
Oceanside. The evening
ON STAGE The Intrepwill feature local musicians, id Shakespeare Company
Barnwell Shift, Cody Lovaas will perform “My Children,
and Bushwall. Proceeds go My Africa,” with an, appeto Kainga Music, a non-prof- tizer reception at 6:30 p.m.,
it dedicated to uniting peo- play at 7 p.m. March 23 at
ple in the culture, creation the Encinitas Library, 540
and performance of music. Cornish Drive. Tickets: $15.
Tickets are $25, children 12 Make reservations at boxofand under $15 at eventbrite. [email protected]
com /e /feeding-the-souls- com or call (760) 295-7541
five-year-festival-tickets. For
more information, visit feed- MARCH 24
ingthesoulfoundation.org.
ALL CHOIRS Hear the
EVERYONE CAN On MiraCosta College choirs in
Saturdays from 2:30 to 5 concert at 7:30 p.m. March
p.m. (except 3/28) join the 24, in the campus Concert
Improvisational
Theatre, Hall, 1 Barnard Drive,
Group at Dance North Coun- Oceanside. Tickets are $10;
ty, 535 Encinitas Blvd., Suite students/seniors $8 online at
101, for singing and choreo- miracosta.edu/buytix or call
graphed dance for teens and (760) 795-6815.
adults with autism/other disabilities. Cost is $20, scholar- MARCH 25
ships available. Volunteers
WEDNESDAY PIANO
welcome. Visit PACThouse. The free [email protected]
org or call (760) 815-8512.
concert presents Kasey Kay
GLOBE
AUDITIONS on piano at noon March 25
High school students may au- at the Encinitas Library, 540
dition March 21 and March Cornish Drive. For more in22 for the Globe’s 2015 Sum- formation, visit Encinitasca.
mer Shakespeare Intensive gov/WedNoon.
for San Diego County on the
Old Globe Theatre campus, MARCH 26
in Balboa Park at 1363 Old
CRUZE THE ART
Globe Way. The four-week SCENE Enjoy the Carlsprogram runs July 11 and bad Village “Cruzing the
from July 13 through Aug. Art Scene” from 6 to 8
10. Auditions are by ap- p.m. March 26 including
pointment only at TheOld- the COAL Art Gallery, 300
Globe.org/SummerIntensive Carlsbad Village Dr. Suite
101, Carlsbad.
WOMEN’S HISTORY
For Women’s History Month,
MiraCosta College will have
a free presentation of the
2012 documentary film,
“Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity
for Women Worldwide” at
12:15 p.m. March 26 in the
Club Room, Student Center, Bldg. 3400, 1 Barnard
Drive, Oceanside. For more
information, contact Aubrey
Kuan Roderick at [email protected]
miracosta.edu.
MARCH 27
FOREIGN FILM See
“Thermae Romae” in Japanese with subtitles from
1 to 3 p.m. March 27 at the
San Elijo Campus, MiraCosta College, 3333 Manchester Ave, room 204, Cardiff.
Free film; parking is $1.
For more information, visit
[email protected]
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(619)590-1221 or visit the
internet website www.dlppllc.
com, using the file number
assigned to this case 139094820.
Information
about
postponements that are very
short in duration or that occur
close in time to the scheduled
sale may not immediately be
reflected in the telephone
information
or
on
the
Internet Web Site. The best
way to verify postponement
information is to attend the
scheduled sale. For sales
information:(619)590-1221.
Cal-Western
Reconveyance
LLC, 525 East Main Street,
P.O. Box 22004, El Cajon, CA
92022-9004 Dated: March 03,
2015. (DLPP-442546 03/13/15,
03/20/15, 03/27/15) CN 17081
for paying off all liens senior
to the lien being auctioned
off, before you can receive
clear title to the property. You
are encouraged to investigate
the existence, priority, and
size of outstanding liens that
may exist on this property
by contacting the county
recorder’s office or a title
insurance company, either of
which may charge you a fee for
this information. If you consult
either of these resources, you
should be aware that the same
lender may hold more than
one mortgage or deed of trust
on the property. NOTICE TO
PROPERTY OWNER: The sale
date shown on this notice of
sale may be postponed one or
more times by the mortgagee,
beneficiary, trustee, or a
court, pursuant to Section
2924g of the California Civil
Code. The law requires that
information about trustee
sale postponements be made
available to you and to the
public, as a courtesy to those
not present at the sale. If you
wish to learn whether your sale
date has been postponed, and,
if applicable, the rescheduled
time and date for the sale of
this property, you may call
800-542-2550 for information
regarding the trustee’s sale
or visit this Internet Web site
www.rtspacific.com
using
the file number assigned to
this case. Information about
postponements that are very
short in duration or that occur
close in time to the scheduled
sale may not immediately be
reflected in the telephone
information or on the Internet
Web site. The best way to verify
postponement information is
to attend the scheduled sale.
In compliance with California
Civil
Code
2923.5(c),
the
mortgagee,
trustee,
beneficiary, or authorized
agent declares: that it has
contacted the borrower(s) to
assess their financial situation
and to explore options to
avoid foreclosure; or that it
has made efforts to contact
the borrower(s) to assess
their financial situation and
to explore options to avoid
foreclosure by one or more
of the following methods:
by telephone, by United
States mail; either 1st class
or certified; by overnight
delivery; by personal delivery;
by e-mail; by face to face
meeting or the borrower has
surrendered the property
to the mortgagee, trustee,
beneficiary, or authorized
agent and that the compliance
with Civil Code Section 2923.5
was made at least thirty (30)
days prior to the date of
this Notice of Sale. DATED:
2/20/2015, RTS Pacific, Inc,
Trustee BY: Marilee Hakkinen,
Authorized Signor. Agent for
Trustee: DefaultLink Post
& Publication, 525 E. Main
Street, El Cajon, CA 92020
Telephone Number: (800)5422550 Sale Information: http://
www.rtspacific.com (03/13/15,
03/20/15,
03/27/15
DLPP442542) CN 17079
records in the Office of
the Recorder of San Diego
County, California, executed
by BENNY R HARJO AND
JENNIFER
E
HARJO,
HUSBAND AND WIFE, as
Trustor(s),
JPMORGAN
CHASE
BANK,
NA
as
Beneficiary, WILL SELL AT
PUBLIC AUCTION TO THE
HIGHEST BIDDER, in lawful
money of the United States,
all payable at the time of sale,
that certain property situated
in said County, California
describing the land therein
as: BEING ALL OF LOT 44
OF THE COUNTY OF SAN
DIEGO TRACT NO. 4485-1,
MAP NO. 11529, SAID MAP
ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF
THE COUNTY RECORDER
OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY
RECORDED JUNE 5, 1986
AS FILE NO. 86-225848
OF OFFICIAL RECORDS
AND
INCLUDING
THE
FOLLOWING PORTION OF
LOT 43 OF SAID MAP NO.
11529: BEGINNING AT THE
SOUTHWEST
CORNER
OF LOT 44, SAID POINT
LYING ON THE WESTERLY
BOUNDARY
OF
SAID
SUBDIVISION;
THENCE
SOUTH
66
DEGREES
40’35” EAST, 102.59 FEET
TO THE TRUE POINT OF
BEGINNING;
THENCE
SOUTH 66 DEGREES 40’35”
EAST, 39.31 FEET; THENCE
SOUTH 09 DEGREES 01’05”
EAST, 16.27 FEET TO A
POINT ON THE NORTHERLY
RIGHT-OF-WAY OF SUMMER
HOLLY LAND, SAID POINT
ALSO BEING A POINT ON A
NON-TANGENT 70.00 FOOT
RADIUS CURVE, CONCAVE
TO
THE
SOUTHEAST
AND HAVING A RADIAL
BEARING OF SOUTH 25
DEGREES
37’10”
EAST;
THENCE SOUTHWESTERLY
ALONG SAID 70.00 FOOT
RADIUS CURVE THROUGH
A CENTRAL ANGLE OF
10 DEGREES 24’34” AN
ARC LENGTH OF 12.72
FEET; THENCE NORTH 36
DEGREES 01’44” WEST, 47.17
FEET TO THE TRUE POINT
OF BEGINNING. EXCEPTING
THE AREA FROM SAID
LOT 44, DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT
THE SOUTHWEST CORNER
OF LOT 44, SAID POINT
LYING ON THE WESTERLY
BOUNDARY
OF
SAID
SUBDIVISION;
THENCE
NORTH 21 DEGREES 33’31”
EAST, 5.75 FEET; THENCE
SOUTH 66 DEGREES 40’35”
EAST, 93.07 FEET; THENCE
SOUTH 36 DEGREES 01’44”
EAST, 11.27 FEET TO A
POINT ON THE SOUTHERLY
LINE OF SAID LOT 44; SAID
POINT LYING SOUTH 66
DEGREES
40’35”
EAST,
102.59 FEET FROM THE
SOUTHWEST CORNER OF
LOT 44 AS PREVIOUSLY
DESCRIBED
ABOVE.
The
property
heretofore
described is being sold “as
is”. The street address and
other common designation,
if any, of the real property
described above is purported
to be: 1067 SUMMER HOLLY
LN, ENCINTAS, CA 92024
The
undersigned Trustee
disclaims any liability for any
incorrectness of the street
address and other common
designation, if any, shown
herein. Said sale will be
made without covenant or
warranty, express or implied,
regarding title, possession,
or encumbrances, to pay the
remaining principal sum of
the Note(s) secured by said
Deed of Trust, with interest
thereon, as provided in said
Note(s), advances if any, under
the terms of the Deed of
Trust, estimated fees, charges
and expenses of the Trustee
and of the trusts created by
said Deed of Trust. The total
amount of the unpaid balance
of the obligations secured
by the property to be sold
and reasonable estimated
costs, expenses and advances
at the time of the initial
publication of this Notice of
Trustee`s Sale is estimated
to be $29,562.71 (Estimated).
However,
prepayment
premiums, accrued interest
and advances will increase
this figure prior to sale.
Beneficiary`s bid at said sale
may include all or part of
said amount. In addition to
cash, the Trustee will accept
a cashier`s check drawn on a
state or national bank, a check
drawn by a state or federal
credit union or a check drawn
by a state or federal savings
and loan association, savings
association or savings bank
specified in Section 5102 of
the California Financial Code
and authorized to do business
in California, or other such
funds as may be acceptable
to the Trustee. In the event
tender other than cash is
accepted, the Trustee may
withhold the issuance of the
Trustee`s Deed Upon Sale
until funds become available
to the payee or endorsee as a
matter of right. The property
offered for sale excludes
all funds held on account
by the property receiver, if
applicable. If the Trustee is
unable to convey title for any
reason, the successful bidder`s
sole and exclusive remedy
shall be the return of monies
paid to the Trustee and the
successful bidder shall have
no further recourse. Notice
to Potential Bidders If you
are considering bidding on
this property lien, you should
understand that there are
risks involved in bidding at
a Trustee auction. You will
be bidding on a lien, not on
the property itself. Placing
the highest bid at a Trustee
auction does not automatically
entitle you to free and clear
ownership of the property. You
should also be aware that the
lien being auctioned off may
be a junior lien. If you are the
highest bidder at the auction,
you are or may be responsible
for paying off all liens senior
to the lien being auctioned
off, before you can receive
clear title to the property. You
are encouraged to investigate
the existence, priority, and
size of outstanding liens that
may exist on this property
by contacting the county
recorder’s office or a title
insurance company, either of
which may charge you a fee for
this information. If you consult
either of these resources,
you should be aware that the
same Lender may hold more
than one mortgage or Deed of
Trust on the property. Notice
to Property Owner The sale
date shown on this Notice of
Sale may be postponed one or
more times by the Mortgagee,
Beneficiary, Trustee, or a
court, pursuant to Section
2924g of the California Civil
Code. The law requires that
information about Trustee
Sale postponements be made
available to you and to the
public, as a courtesy to those
not present at the sale. If you
wish to learn whether your
sale date has been postponed,
and,
if
applicable,
the
rescheduled time and date for
the sale of this property, you
may call Priority Posting and
Publishing at 714-573-1965
for information regarding
the Trustee’s Sale or visit the
Internet Web site address
on the previous page for
information regarding the sale
of this property, using the file
number assigned to this case,
CA01000465-14. Information
about postponements that
are very short in duration or
that occur close in time to
the scheduled sale may not
immediately be reflected in
the telephone information
or on the Internet Web
site. The best way to verify
postponement
information
is to attend the scheduled
sale. Date: 3/5/2015 Special
Default Services, Inc., as
Duly Appointed Successor
Trustee TS No. CA0100046514 17100 Gillette Ave, Irvine,
CA 92614 (844) 706-4182 Lisa
Rohrbacker, Trustee Sales
Officer SALE INFORMATION
CAN BE OBTAINED ON LINE
AT
www.priorityposting.
com
FOR
AUTOMATED
SALES
INFORMATION
PLEASE
CALL:
Priority
Posting and Publishing at
714-573-1965
SPECIAL
DEFAULT SERVICES, INC.
MAY BE ACTING AS A DEBT
COLLECTOR ATTEMPTING
TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY
INFORMATION OBTAINED
MAY BE USED FOR THAT
PURPOSE. P1134502 3/13,
3/20, 03/27/2015 CN 17053
a written Declaration of
Default and Demand for
Sale, and a written Notice
of Default and Election to
Sell. The undersigned caused
said Notice of Default and
Election to Sell to be recorded
in the county where the real
property is located. NOTICE
TO POTENTIAL BIDDERS: If
you are considering bidding
on this property lien, you
should understand that there
are risks involved in bidding
at a trustee auction. You will
be bidding on a lien, not on
the property itself. Placing
the highest bid at a trustee
auction does not automatically
entitle you to free and clear
ownership of the property. You
should also be aware that the
lien being auctioned off may
be a junior lien. If you are the
highest bidder at the auction,
you are or may be responsible
for paying off all liens senior
to the lien being auctioned
off, before you can receive
clear title to the property. You
are encouraged to investigate
the existence, priority, and
size of outstanding liens that
may exist on this property
by contacting the county
recorder’s office or a title
insurance company, either of
which may charge you a fee for
this information. If you consult
either of these resources, you
should be aware that the same
lender may hold more than
one mortgage or deed of trust
on the property. NOTICE TO
PROPERTY OWNER: The sale
date shown on this notice of
sale may be postponed one or
more times by the mortgagee,
beneficiary, trustee, or a
court, pursuant to Section
2924g of the California Civil
Code. The law requires that
information about trustee
sale postponements be made
available to you and to the
public, as a courtesy to those
not present at the sale. If
you wish to learn whether
your sale date has been
postponed, and, if applicable,
the rescheduled time and date
for the sale of this property,
you may call (844) 477-7869
or visit this Internet Web
site
WWW.STOXPOSTING.
COM, using the file number
assigned to this case 010534CA.
Information
about
postponements that are very
short in duration or that occur
close in time to the scheduled
sale may not immediately be
reflected in the telephone
information or on the Internet
Web site. The best way to verify
postponement information is
to attend the scheduled sale.
FOR SALES INFORMATION:
(844) 477-7869
CLEAR
RECON
CORP.
CLEAR
RECON CORP. 4375 Jutland
Drive Suite 200 San Diego,
California
92117
LEGAL
DESCRIPTION THE LAND
REFERRED TO HEREIN
BELOW IS SITUATED IN THE
COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO,
STATE OF
CALIFORNIA,
AND IS DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS: A Condominium
comprised of: PARCEL A: An
undivided 1/504th interest,
as tenants in common in and
to Parcel 1 of Parcel Map No.
17985, in the City of Carlsbad,
County of San Diego, State of
California, filed in the Office
of the County Recorder of
San Diego County, February
4, 1998. Excepting therefrom
Units 1 through 504 inclusive,
as shown and defined on
that certain Condominium
Plan of “Rancho Carlsbad
County
Club
Estates”
recorded February 19, 1998
as Instrument No. 19980085694 of Official Records.
Also excepting therefrom
the right to use and occupy
those portions defined on
said
Condominium
Plan
as “Exclusive Use Areas”.
to do business in this state: At
the entrance to the east county
regional center by Statue,
250 E. Main Street El Cajon,
California, all right, title and
interest conveyed to and now
held by it under said Deed of
Trust in the property situated
in said County and State
described as: Completely
described in said deed of trust
The street address and other
common designation, if any,
of the real property described
above is purported to be: 3936
Sherbourne Drive Oceanside
CA 92056 The undersigned
Trustee disclaims any liability
for any incorrectness of the
street address and other
common designation, if any,
shown herein. Said sale will be
held, but without covenant or
warranty, express or implied,
regarding title, possession,
condition or encumbrances,
including fees, charges and
expenses of the Trustee and
of the trusts created by said
Deed of Trust, to pay the
remaining principal sums
of the note(s) secured by
said Deed of Trust. The total
amount of the unpaid balance
of the obligation secured by
the property to be sold and
reasonable estimated costs,
expenses and advances at the
time of the initial publication
of the Notice of Sale is:
$43,698.47. If the Trustee is
unable to convey title for any
reason, the successful bidder’s
sole and exclusive remedy
shall be the return of monies
paid to the Trustee, and the
successful bidder shall have
no further recourse. The
beneficiary under said Deed of
Trust heretofore executed and
delivered to the undersigned
a written declaration of
Default and Demand for
Sale, and a written Notice
of Default and Election to
Sell. The undersigned caused
said Notice of Default and
Election to Sell to be recorded
in the county where the real
property is located. NOTICE
TO POTENTIAL BIDDERS:
If you are considering bidding
on this property lien, you
should understand that there
are risks involved in bidding
at a trustee auction. You will
be bidding on a lien, not on
the property itself. Placing
the highest bid at a trustee
auction does not automatically
entitle you to free and clear
ownership of the property. You
should also be aware that the
lien being auctioned off may
be a junior lien. If you are the
highest bidder at the auction,
you are or may be responsible
for paying off all liens senior
to the lien being auctioned
off, before you can receive
clear title to the property. You
are encouraged to investigate
the existence, priority, and
size of outstanding liens that
may exist on this property
by contacting the county
recorder’s office or a title
insurance company, either
of which may charge you a
fee for this information. If
you consult either of these
resources, you should be aware
that the same lender may hold
more than one mortgage or
deed of trust on the property.
NOTICE TO
PROPERTY
OWNER: The sale date shown
on this notice of sale may be
postponed one or more times
by the mortgagee, beneficiary,
trustee, or a court, pursuant to
section 2924g of the California
Civil Code. The law requires
that information about trustee
sale postponements be made
available to you and to the
public, as a courtesy to those
not present at the sale. If you
wish to learn whether your sale
date has been postponed, and,
if applicable, the rescheduled
time and date for the sale of
this property, you may call
NOTICE
OF TRUSTEE’S
SALE Trustee’s Sale No. 05FWA-124542
ATTENTION
RECORDER:
THE
FOLLOWING REFERENCE
TO
AN
ATTACHED
SUMMARY IS APPLICABLE
TO THE NOTICE PROVIDED
TO THE TRUSTOR ONLY
YOU ARE IN DEFAULT
UNDER A DEED OF TRUST
DATED 12/22/2005. UNLESS
YOU TAKE ACTION TO
PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY,
IT MAY BE SOLD AT A
PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU
NEED AN EXPLANATION
OF THE NATURE OF THE
PROCEEDING
AGAINST
YOU,
YOU
SHOULD
CONTACT A LAWYER. On
April 2, 2015, at 10:00 AM,
at the entrance to the East
County Regional Center by
Statue, 250 E. Main Street,
in the City of El Cajon,
County of San Diego, State
of
CALIFORNIA,
RTS
Pacific, Inc., a Washington
corporation, as duly appointed
Trustee under that certain
Deed of Trust executed by
Scott Weerts, a married man
as his sole and separate
property, as Trustors, recorded
on 12/27/2005, as Instrument
No. 2005-1105970, of Official
Records in the office of the
Recorder of San Diego County,
State of CALIFORNIA, under
the power of sale therein
contained, WILL SELL AT
PUBLIC AUCTION TO THE
HIGHEST BIDDER, for cash,
or cashier’s check (payable
at the time of sale in lawful
money of the United States)
without warranty express
or implied as to title, use,
possession or encumbrances,
all right, title and interest
conveyed to and now held by it
as such Trustee, in and to the
following described property
situated in the aforesaid
County and State, to-wit: TAX
PARCEL NO. 122-523-40-00
From information which the
Trustee deems reliable, but
for which Trustee makes no
representation or warranty,
the street address or other
common designation of the
above described property is
purported to be 1061 Crows
Nest Court, Oceanside, CA
92057-1938.
Said property
is being sold for the purpose
of paying the obligations
secured by said Deed of Trust,
including fees and expenses
of sale. The total amount of
the unpaid principal balance,
interest thereon, together with
reasonably estimated costs,
expenses and advances at the
time of the initial publication
of the Notice of Trustee’s Sale
is $748,190.96 NOTICE TO
POTENTIAL BIDDERS: If
you are considering bidding
on this property lien, you
should understand that there
are risks involved in bidding
at a trustee auction. You will
be bidding on a lien, not on
the property itself. Placing
the highest bid at a trustee
auction does not automatically
entitle you to free and clear
ownership of the property. You
should also be aware that the
lien being auctioned off may
be a junior lien. If you are the
highest bidder at the auction,
you are or may be responsible
APN:
264-281-33-00
TS
No:
CA01000465-14
TO
No: 95306156 NOTICE OF
TRUSTEE’S
SALE
YOU
ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER
A DEED OF TRUST DATED
7/3/2007. UNLESS YOU TAKE
ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR
PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD
AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU
NEED AN EXPLANATION
OF THE NATURE OF THE
PROCEEDINGS
AGAINST
YOU,
YOU
SHOULD
CONTACT A LAWYER. On
4/6/2015 at 10:00 AM, At the
entrance to the East County
Regional Center by statue,
250 E. Main Street, El Cajon,
CA 92020, Special Default
Services, Inc., as the duly
Appointed Trustee, under
and pursuant to the power of
sale contained in that certain
Deed of Trust Recorded on
07/24/2007 as Instrument
No. 2007-0495749 of official
APN: 168-050-41-52 T.S. No.
010534-CA
NOTICE
OF
TRUSTEE’S SALE Pursuant
to CA Civil Code 2923.3
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO
PROPERTY OWNER: YOU
ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER
A DEED OF TRUST, DATED
12/18/2004. UNLESS YOU
TAKE ACTION TO PROTECT
YOUR PROPERTY, IT MAY
BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC
SALE.
IF
YOU
NEED
AN
EXPLANATION
OF
THE NATURE OF THE
PROCEEDING
AGAINST
YOU,
YOU
SHOULD
CONTACT A LAWYER On
4/2/2015 at 3:00 PM, CLEAR
RECON CORP., as duly
appointed
trustee
under
and pursuant to Deed of
Trust recorded 12/30/2004, as
Instrument No. 2004-1228133,
of Official Records in the
office of the County Recorder
of San Diego County, State of
CALIFORNIA executed by:
TIM W. WAGNON AND MARY
L. WAGNON, HUSBAND AND
WIFE, AS JOINT TENANTS
WILL SELL AT PUBLIC
AUCTION
TO
HIGHEST
BIDDER
FOR
CASH,
CASHIER’S CHECK DRAWN
ON A STATE OR NATIONAL
BANK, A CHECK DRAWN
BY A STATE OR FEDERAL
CREDIT UNION, OR A
CHECK DRAWN BY A STATE
OR
FEDERAL
SAVINGS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION,
SAVINGS ASSOCIATION, OR
SAVINGS BANK SPECIFIED
IN SECTION 5102 OF THE
FINANCIAL
CODE AND
AUTHORIZED
TO
DO
BUSINESS IN THIS STATE:AT
THE ENTRANCE TO THE
EAST COUNTY REGIONAL
CENTER BY STATUE, 250 E.
MAIN STREET, EL CAJON,
CA 92020 all right, title and
interest conveyed to and
now held by it under said
Deed of Trust in the property
situated in said County
and State described as: AS
MORE FULLY DESCRIBED
IN DEED OF TRUST The
street address and other
common designation, if any,
of the real property described
above is purported to be:3439
DON
LORENZO
DRIVE
CARLSBAD,
CALIFORNIA
92008
The
undersigned
Trustee disclaims any liability
for any incorrectness of the
street address and other
common designation, if any,
shown herein. Said sale will be
held, but without covenant or
warranty, express or implied,
regarding title, possession,
condition, or encumbrances,
including fees, charges and
expenses of the Trustee and
of the trusts created by said
Deed of Trust, to pay the
remaining principal sums
of the note(s) secured by
said Deed of Trust. The total
amount of the unpaid balance
of the obligation secured by
the property to be sold and
reasonable estimated costs,
expenses and advances at the
time of the initial publication
of the Notice of Sale is:
$312,502.49If the Trustee is
unable to convey title for any
reason, the successful bidder’s
sole and exclusive remedy
shall be the return of monies
paid to the Trustee, and the
successful bidder shall have
no further recourse. The
beneficiary under said Deed of
Trust heretofore executed and
delivered to the undersigned
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owed. Street Address or other
common designation of real
property: 3900 GARFIELD
STREET CARLSBAD, CA
92008-4035
Described
as
follows:
As more fully
described in said Deed of
Trust A.P.N #.: 206-012-0100 The undersigned Trustee
disclaims any liability for any
incorrectness of the street
address or other common
designation, if any, shown
above. If no street address
or other common designation
is shown, directions to the
location of the property
may be obtained by sending
a written request to the
beneficiary within 10 days of
the date of first publication of
this Notice of Sale. NOTICE
TO POTENTIAL BIDDERS:
If you are considering bidding
on this property lien, you
should understand that there
are risks involved in bidding
at a trustee auction. You will
be bidding on a lien, not on
the property itself. Placing
the highest bid at a trustee
auction does not automatically
entitle you to free and clear
ownership of the property. You
should also be aware that the
lien being auctioned off may
be a junior lien. If you are the
highest bidder at the auction,
you are or may be responsible
for paying off all liens senior
to the lien being auctioned
off, before you can receive
clear title to the property. You
are encouraged to investigate
the existence, priority, and
size of outstanding liens that
may exist on this property
by contacting the county
recorder’s office or a title
insurance company, either of
which may charge you a fee for
this information. If you consult
either of these resources, you
should be aware that the same
lender may hold more than
one mortgage or deed of trust
on the property. NOTICE TO
PROPERTY OWNER: The sale
date shown on this notice of
sale may be postponed one or
more times by the mortgagee,
beneficiary, trustee, or a
court, pursuant to Section
2924g of the California Civil
Code. The law requires that
information about trustee
sale postponements be made
available to you and to the
public, as a courtesy to those
not present at the sale. If
you wish to learn whether
your sale date has been
postponed, and, if applicable,
the rescheduled time and date
for the sale of this property,
you may call (714) 848-9272
or visit this Internet Web
site
www.elitepostandpub.
com, using the file number
assigned to this case 1427074.
Information about
postponements that are very
short in duration or that occur
close in time to the scheduled
sale may not immediately be
reflected in the telephone
information
or
on
the
Internet Web site. The best
way to verify postponement
information is to attend the
scheduled sale.
Dated: 2/27/2015
L a w
Offices of Les Zieve, as
Trustee 30 Corporate Park,
Suite 450 Irvine, CA 92606
For
Non-Automated
Sale
Information, call: (714) 8487920 For Sale Information:
(714) 848-9272
www.
elitepostandpub.com
Christine O’Brien, Trustee
Sale Officer THIS FIRM
IS
ATTEMPTING
TO
COLLECT A DEBT AND
ANY INFORMATION WE
OBTAINED WILL BE USED
FOR THAT PURPOSE. EPP
11391 3/6, 3/13, 3/20/2015. CN
17033
IT MAY BE SOLD AT A
PUBLIC SALE.
IF YOU
NEED AN EXPLANATION
OF THE NATURE OF THE
PROCEEDINGS
AGAINST
YOU,
YOU
SHOULD
CONTACT A LAWYER. On
April 8, 2015 at 10:00 AM,
at the entrance to the East
County Regional Center by
statue, 250 E. Main Street,
El Cajon, CA 92020, MTC
Financial Inc. dba Trustee
Corps, as the duly Appointed
Trustee, under and pursuant
to the power of sale contained
in that certain Deed of Trust
recorded on August 24, 2005,
as Instrument No. 20050727954, of official records in
the Office of the Recorder of
San Diego County, California,
executed by EDWARD JOHN
HANRATTY AND VIRGINIA
CRUZ
HANRATTY,
HUSBAND
AND
WIFE,
as Trustor(s), in favor of
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS,
INC.
as
nominee
for
GREENPOINT MORTGAGE
FUNDING, INC. as Beneficiary,
WILL SELL AT PUBLIC
AUCTION TO THE HIGHEST
BIDDER, in lawful money of
the United States, all payable
at the time of sale, that certain
property situated in said
County, California describing
the land therein as: AS
MORE FULLY DESCRIBED
IN SAID DEED OF TRUST
The
property
heretofore
described is being sold “as
is”. The street address and
other common designation,
if any, of the real property
described above is purported
to be: 1652 MARITIME
DRIVE,
CARLSBAD,
CA
92009
The undersigned
Trustee disclaims any liability
for any incorrectness of the
street address and other
common designation, if any,
shown herein. Said sale will
be made without covenant or
warranty, express or implied,
regarding title, possession,
or encumbrances, to pay the
remaining principal sum of
the Note(s) secured by said
Deed of Trust, with interest
thereon, as provided in said
Note(s), advances if any, under
the terms of the Deed of
Trust, estimated fees, charges
and expenses of the Trustee
and of the trusts created by
said Deed of Trust. The total
amount of the unpaid balance
of the obligations secured
by the property to be sold
and reasonable estimated
costs, expenses and advances
at the time of the initial
publication of this Notice of
Trustee’s Sale is estimated to
be $830,108.25 (Estimated).
However,
prepayment
premiums, accrued interest
and advances will increase
this figure prior to sale.
Beneficiary’s bid at said sale
may include all or part of
said amount. In addition to
cash, the Trustee will accept
a cashier’s check drawn on a
state or national bank, a check
drawn by a state or federal
credit union or a check drawn
by a state or federal savings
and loan association, savings
association or savings bank
specified in Section 5102 of
the California Financial Code
and authorized to do business
in California, or other such
funds as may be acceptable
to the Trustee. In the event
tender other than cash is
accepted, the Trustee may
withhold the issuance of the
Trustee’s Deed Upon Sale
until funds become available
to the payee or endorsee as a
matter of right. The property
offered for sale excludes
all funds held on account
by the property receiver, if
applicable. If the Trustee is
unable to convey title for any
reason, the successful bidder’s
sole and exclusive remedy
shall be the return of monies
paid to the Trustee and the
successful bidder shall have
no further recourse. Notice
to Potential Bidders If you
are considering bidding on
this property lien, you should
understand that there are
risks involved in bidding at
a Trustee auction. You will
be bidding on a lien, not on
the property itself. Placing
the highest bid at a Trustee
auction does not automatically
entitle you to free and clear
ownership of the property. You
should also be aware that the
lien being auctioned off may
be a junior lien. If you are the
highest bidder at the auction,
you are or may be responsible
for paying off all liens senior
to the lien being auctioned
off, before you can receive
clear title to the property. You
are encouraged to investigate
the existence, priority, and
size of outstanding liens that
may exist on this property
by contacting the county
recorder’s office or a title
insurance company, either
of which may charge you a
fee for this information. If
you consult either of these
resources, you should be
aware that the same Lender
may hold more than one
mortgage or Deed of Trust
on the property. Notice to
Property Owner
The sale
date shown on this Notice of
Sale may be postponed one or
more times by the Mortgagee,
Beneficiary, Trustee, or a
court, pursuant to Section
2924g of the California Civil
Code. The law requires that
information about Trustee
Sale postponements be made
available to you and to the
public, as a courtesy to those
not present at the sale. If
you wish to learn whether
your sale date has been
postponed, and, if applicable,
the rescheduled time and
date for the sale of this
property, you may call Priority
Posting and Publishing at
714-573-1965 for information
regarding the Trustee’s Sale
or visit the Internet Web
site address listed below for
information regarding the sale
of this property, using the file
number assigned to this case,
CA08003698-14-1. Information
about postponements that
are very short in duration or
that occur close in time to
the scheduled sale may not
immediately be reflected in
the telephone information
or on the Internet Web
site. The best way to verify
postponement information is
to attend the scheduled sale.
Date: February 26, 2015 MTC
Financial Inc. dba Trustee
Corps TS No. CA08003698-141 17100 Gillette Ave Irvine,
CA 92614 Phone: 949-2528300 TDD: 866-660-4288 Amy
Lemus, Authorized Signatory
SALE INFORMATION CAN
BE OBTAINED ON LINE
AT
www.priorityposting.
com
FOR
AUTOMATED
SALES
INFORMATION
PLEASE
CALL:
Priority
Posting and Publishing AT
714-573-1965 MTC Financial
Inc. dba Trustee Corps MAY
BE ACTING AS A DEBT
COLLECTOR ATTEMPTING
TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY
INFORMATION OBTAINED
MAY BE USED FOR THAT
PURPOSE. P1133620 3/6, 3/13,
03/20/2015 CN 17030
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NOTICE
OF TRUSTEE’S
SALE YOU ARE IN DEFAULT
UNDER A DEED OF TRUST
DATED 12/2/2004. UNLESS
YOU TAKE ACTION TO
PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY,
IT MAY BE SOLD AT A
PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU
NEED AN EXPLANATION
OF THE NATURE OF THE
PROCEEDING
AGAINST
YOU,
YOU
SHOULD
CONTACT
A
LAWYER.
On 3/26/2015 at 10:00 AM,
Old
Republic
Default
Management
Services,
a
Division of Old Republic
National
Title
Insurance
Company as duly appointed
Trustee pursuant to the
Deed of Trust, Recorded
12/8/2004 as Instrument No.
2004-1154265 in book --, page
-- of Official Records in the
office of the Recorder of San
Diego County, California,
executed by: ANNA MARIE
EVANS, AN UNMARRIED
WOMAN,
as
Trustor,
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
R E G I S T R A T I O N
SYSTEMS,
INC.,
AS
NOMINEE
FOR
SCME
MORTGAGE
BANKERS,
INC.,
A
CALIFORNIA
CORPORATION
as
Beneficiary. WILL SELL AT
PUBLIC AUCTION TO THE
HIGHEST
BIDDER
FOR
CASH (payable in full at time
of sale by cash, a cashier’s
check drawn by a state or
national bank, a check drawn
by a state or federal credit
union, or a check drawn by
a state or federal savings
and loan association, savings
association, or savings bank
specified in section 5102
of the Financial Code and
authorized to do business in
this state). At the entrance
to the east county regional
center by statue, 250 E. Main
Street, El Cajon, CA all right,
title and interest conveyed
to and now held by it under
said Deed of Trust in the
property situated in said
County and state, and as more
fully described in the above
referenced Deed of Trust.
The street address and other
common designation, if any,
of the real property described
above is purported to be:
5163 ANDREW JACKSON
STREET,
OCEANSIDE,
CA 92057 The undersigned
Trustee disclaims any liability
for any incorrectness of the
street address and other
common designation, if any,
shown herein. Said sale will be
made in an “AS IS” condition,
but without covenant or
warranty,
expressed
or
implied,
regarding
title,
possession, or encumbrances,
to pay the remaining principal
sum of the note(s) secured
by said Deed of Trust, with
interest thereon, as provided
in said note(s), advances, if
any, under the terms of the
Deed of Trust, estimated
fees, charges and expenses
of the Trustee and of the
trusts created by said Deed
of Trust, to-wit: $433,246.45
(Estimated). Accrued interest
and additional advances, if
any, will increase this figure
prior to sale. It is possible that
at the time of sale the opening
bid may be less than the total
indebtedness due. NOTICE
TO POTENTIAL BIDDERS:
If you are considering bidding
on this property lien, you
should understand that there
are risks involved in bidding
at a trustee auction. You will
be bidding on a lien, not on
the property itself. Placing
the highest bid at a trustee
auction does not automatically
entitle you to free and clear
ownership of the property. You
should also be aware that the
lien being auctioned off may
be a junior lien. If you are the
highest bidder at the auction,
you are or may be responsible
for paying off all liens senior
to the lien being auctioned
off, before you can receive
clear title to the property. You
are encouraged to investigate
the existence, priority, and
size of outstanding liens that
may exist on this property
by contacting the county
recorder’s office or a title
insurance company, either of
which may charge you a fee for
this information. If you consult
either of these resources, you
should be aware that the same
lender may hold more than
one mortgage or deed of trust
on the property. NOTICE TO
PROPERTY OWNER: The sale
date shown on this notice of
sale may be postponed one or
more times by the mortgagee,
beneficiary, trustee, or a
court, pursuant to Section
2924g of the California Civil
Code. The law requires that
information about trustee
sale postponements be made
available to you and to the
public, as a courtesy to those
not present at the sale. If you
wish to learn whether your
sale date has been postponed,
and,
if
applicable,
the
rescheduled time and date for
the sale of this property, you
may call (714) 573-1965 or visit
this Internet Web site www.
priorityposting.com, using the
file number assigned to this
case 14-52527. Information
about postponements that
are very short in duration or
that occur close in time to
the scheduled sale may not
immediately be reflected in
the telephone information
or on the Internet Web
site. The best way to verify
postponement information is
to attend the scheduled sale.
The Declaration pursuant
to California Civil Code,
Section 2923.5(a) was fulfilled
when the Notice of Default
was recorded on 9/17/2014
Date: 2/26/2015 Old Republic
National
Title
Insurance
Company, as Trustee 500
City Parkway West, Suite
200, Orange, CA 92868-2913
(866) 263-5802 For Sale
Information Contact: Priority
Posting & Publishing (714)
573-1965 Dalaysia Ramirez,
Trustee Sale Officer “We are
attempting to collect a debt,
and any information we obtain
will be used for that purpose.”
P1133607 3/6, 3/13, 03/20/2015
CN 17029
amount may be greater on the
day of sale. BENEFICIARY
MAY ELECT TO BID LESS
THAN THE TOTAL AMOUNT
DUE. Trustor(s): DALE E
SCHWARTZ,
A
SINGLE
PERSON Recorded: 1/10/2007
as Instrument No. 20070019914 of Official Records
in the office of the Recorder
of SAN DIEGO County,
California; Date of Sale:
3/27/2015 at 10:00:00 AM
Place of Sale: At the entrance
to the east county regional
center by statue, 250 E. Main
Street, El Cajon, CA 92020
Amount of unpaid balance
and other charges: $473,999.17
The
purported
property
address is: 4924 ALAMEDA
DRIVE, OCEANSIDE, CA
92056 Assessor’s Parcel No.:
169-353-26-00 NOTICE TO
POTENTIAL BIDDERS: If
you are considering bidding
on this property lien, you
should understand that there
are risks involved in bidding
at a trustee auction. You will
be bidding on a lien, not on
the property itself. Placing
the highest bid at a trustee
auction does not automatically
entitle you to free and clear
ownership of the property. You
should also be aware that the
lien being auctioned off may
be a junior lien. If you are the
highest bidder at the auction,
you are or may be responsible
for paying off all liens senior
to the lien being auctioned
off, before you can receive
clear title to the property. You
are encouraged to investigate
the existence, priority, and
size of outstanding liens that
may exist on this property
by contacting the county
recorder’s office or a title
insurance company, either of
which may charge you a fee for
this information. If you consult
either of these resources, you
should be aware that the same
lender may hold more than
one mortgage or deed of trust
on the property. NOTICE TO
PROPERTY OWNER: The sale
date shown on this notice of
sale may be postponed one or
more times by the mortgagee,
beneficiary, trustee, or a
court, pursuant to Section
2924g of the California Civil
Code. The law requires that
information about trustee
sale postponements be made
available to you and to the
public, as a courtesy to those
not present at the sale. If
you wish to learn whether
your sale date has been
postponed, and, if applicable,
the rescheduled time and date
for the sale of this property,
you may call 714-573-1965
for information regarding
the trustee’s sale or visit this
Internet Web site http://www.
qualityloan.com , using the
file number assigned to this
foreclosure by the Trustee: CA14-643418-BF . Information
about postponements that
are very short in duration or
that occur close in time to
the scheduled sale may not
immediately be reflected in
the telephone information
or on the Internet Web
site. The best way to verify
postponement
information
is to attend the scheduled
sale. The undersigned Trustee
disclaims any liability for any
incorrectness of the property
address or other common
designation, if any, shown
herein. If no street address
or other common designation
is shown, directions to the
location of the property may be
obtained by sending a written
request to the beneficiary
within 10 days of the date of
first publication of this Notice
of Sale. If the Trustee is
unable to convey title for any
reason, the successful bidder’s
sole and exclusive remedy
shall be the return of monies
paid to the Trustee, and the
successful bidder shall have
no further recourse. If the sale
is set aside for any reason, the
Purchaser at the sale shall be
entitled only to a return of the
deposit paid. The Purchaser
PARCEL B:
Unit 349 as
shown and defined on that
certain Condominium Plan
recorded February 19, 1998 as
Instrument No. 1998-0085694
of Official Records. PARCEL
C: A non-exclusive easement
for ingress, egress, support
and recreational use over
Parcels 2, 3 and 5, in the City
of Carlsbad, County of San
Diego, State of California,
according to Map thereof
No. 17985, filed in the Office
of the County Recorder of
San Diego County, February
4, 1998, as described in
Enabling
Declaration
recorded February 19, 1998
as Instrument No. 19980085695 of Official Records.
PARCEL D: An exclusive
use easement for general
purposes as described and
delineated in the Declaration
recorded February 19, 1998 as
Instrument No. 1998-0085695
of Official Records. 03/13/15,
03/20/15, 03/27/15 CN 17050
T.S. No. 14-27074
A P N :
206-012-01-00 NOTICE OF
TRUSTEE’S
SALE
YOU
ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER
A DEED OF TRUST DATED
1/19/2006.
UNLESS YOU
TAKE ACTION TO PROTECT
YOUR PROPERTY, IT MAY
BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC
SALE.
IF YOU NEED
AN
EXPLANATION
OF
THE NATURE OF THE
PROCEEDING
AGAINST
YOU,
YOU
SHOULD
CONTACT A LAWYER. A
public auction sale to the
highest bidder for cash,
cashier’s check drawn on a
state or national bank, check
drawn by a state or federal
credit union, or a check drawn
by a state or federal savings
and loan association, or
savings association, or savings
bank specified in Section
5102 of the Financial Code
and authorized to do business
in this state will be held by
the duly appointed trustee
as shown below, of all right,
title, and interest conveyed to
and now held by the trustee
in the hereinafter described
property under and pursuant
to a Deed of Trust described
below.
The sale will be
made, but without covenant
or warranty, expressed or
implied,
regarding
title,
possession, or encumbrances,
to pay the remaining principal
sum of the note(s) secured
by the Deed of Trust, with
interest and late charges
thereon, as provided in the
note(s), advances, under the
terms of the Deed of Trust,
interest thereon, fees, charges
and expenses of the Trustee
for the total amount (at the
time of the initial publication
of the Notice of Sale)
reasonably estimated to be
set forth below. The amount
may be greater on the day
of sale. Trustor: KRISTINE
A SHAFER, A MARRIED
WOMAN AS HER SOLE AND
SEPARATE PROPERTY Duly
Appointed Trustee:
LAW
OFFICES OF LES ZIEVE
Deed of Trust recorded
1/25/2006 as Instrument No.
2006-0057234 in book , page
of Official Records in the
office of the Recorder of San
Diego County, California,
Date of Sale: 3/30/2015 at
10:30 AM Place of Sale: AT
THE ENTRANCE TO THE
EAST COUNTY REGIONAL
CENTER BY STATUE, 250 E.
MAIN STREET, EL CAJON,
CA 92020 Estimated amount
of unpaid balance and other
charges: $1,578,674.53 Note:
Because
the
Beneficiary
reserves the right to bid less
than the total debt owed, it
is possible that at the time of
the sale the opening bid may
be less than the total debt
APN: 215-082-08-00 TS No:
CA08003698-14-1
TO
No:
140128493-CA-VOI NOTICE
OF TRUSTEE’S SALE YOU
ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER
A DEED OF TRUST DATED
August 10, 2005. UNLESS
YOU TAKE ACTION TO
PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY,
T.S. No.: 14-52527 TSG Order
No.:
02-14016061
A.P.N.:
157-331-15-00
ATTENTION
RECORDER:
THE
FOLLOWING REFERENCE
TO
AN
ATTACHED
SUMMARY IS APPLICABLE
TO THE NOTICE PROVIDED
TO THE TRUSTOR ONLY
PURSUANT TO CA CIVIL
CODE 2923.3 NOTE: THERE
IS A SUMMARY OF THE
INFORMATION
IN THIS
DOCUMENT ATTACHED
注:本文件包含一个信息摘要
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NOTA:
SE
ADJUNTA
UN
RESUMEN
DE
LA
INFORMACIÓN DE ESTE
DOCUMENTO
TALA: MAYROONG BUOD
NG
IMPORMASYON
SA
NOTICE
OF TRUSTEE’S
SALE TS No. CA-14-643418BF Order No.: 140315621-CAVOI YOU ARE IN DEFAULT
UNDER A DEED OF TRUST
DATED 12/10/2004. UNLESS
YOU TAKE ACTION TO
PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY,
IT MAY BE SOLD AT A
PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU
NEED AN EXPLANATION
OF THE NATURE OF THE
PROCEEDING
AGAINST
YOU,
YOU
SHOULD
CONTACT A LAWYER. A
public auction sale to the
highest bidder for cash,
cashier’s check drawn on a
state or national bank, check
drawn by state or federal
credit union, or a check drawn
by a state or federal savings
and loan association, or
savings association, or savings
bank specified in Section
5102 to the Financial Code
and authorized to do business
in this state, will be held
by duly appointed trustee.
The sale will be made, but
without covenant or warranty,
expressed
or
implied,
regarding title, possession,
or encumbrances, to pay the
remaining principal sum of the
note(s) secured by the Deed of
Trust, with interest and late
charges thereon, as provided
in the note(s), advances,
under the terms of the Deed
of Trust, interest thereon, fees,
charges and expenses of the
Trustee for the total amount
(at the time of the initial
publication of the Notice of
Sale) reasonably estimated
to be set forth below. The
MARCH 20, 2015 LEGALS
LEGALS
shall have no further recourse
against the Mortgagor, the
Mortgagee, or the Mortgagee’s
Attorney.
If
you
have
previously been discharged
through
bankruptcy,
you
may have been released of
personal liability for this loan
in which case this letter is
intended to exercise the note
holders right’s against the real
property only. As required by
law, you are hereby notified
that a negative credit report
reflecting on your credit
record may be submitted to
a credit report agency if you
fail to fulfill the terms of your
credit obligations. QUALITY
MAY
BE
CONSIDERED
A
DEBT
COLLECTOR
ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT
A
DEBT
AND
ANY
INFORMATION OBTAINED
WILL BE USED FOR THAT
PURPOSE. Date: Quality
Loan Service Corporation
411 Ivy Street San Diego, CA
92101 619-645-7711 For NON
SALE information only Sale
Line: 714-573-1965 Or Login
to:
http://www.qualityloan.
com Reinstatement Line:
(866) 645-7711 Ext 5318
Quality Loan Service Corp. TS
No.: CA-14-643418-BF IDSPub
#0077633 3/6/2015 3/13/2015
3/20/2015 CN 17027
If you object to the granting
of the petition, you should
appear at the hearing and
state your objections or file
written objections with the
court before the hearing. Your
appearance may be in person
or by your attorney.
If you are a creditor or a
contingent creditor of the
decedent, you must file your
claim with the court and
mail a copy to the personal
representative appointed by
the court within the later of
either (1) four months from
the date of first issuance of
letters to a general personal
representative, as defined in
section 58(b) of the California
Probate Code, or (2) 60 days
from the date of mailing or
personal delivery to you of a
notice under section 9052 of
the California Probate Code.
Other California statutes and
legal authority may affect
your rights as a creditor. You
may want to consult with an
attorney knowledgeable in
California law.
You may examine the file
kept by the court. If you are
a person interested in the
estate, you may file with the
court a Request for Special
Notice (form DE-154) of the
filing of an inventory and
appraisal of estate assets or
of any petition or account
as provided in Probate Code
section 1250. A Request
for Special Notice form is
available from the court clerk.
Filed: 03/09/15
Attorney for Petitioner:
Philip Barbaro Jr.
301 E Colorado Blvd #700
Pasadena CA 91101
Telephone: 626.793.5196
03/20, 03/27, 04/03/15
CN 17109
NOTICE OF PETITION
TO ADMINISTER
ESTATE OF AGNES L
KIDON CASE #. 37-201500007925-PR-PW-CTL
To all heirs, beneficiaries,
creditors,
contingent
creditors, and persons who
may otherwise be interested
in the will or estate, or both,
of Agnes L Kidon.
A Petition for Probate has
been filed by Mark T Kidon
in the Superior Court of
California, County of San
Diego.
The Petition for Probate
requests that Mark T Kidon
be appointed as personal
representative to administer
the estate of the decedent.
The petition requests the
decedent’s will and codicils,
if any, be admitted to probate.
The will and any codicils are
available for examination in
the file kept by the court.
The
petition
requests
authority to administer the
estate under the Independent
Administration of Estates Act.
(This authority will allow the
personal representative to
take many actions without
obtaining court approval.
Before taking certain very
important actions, however,
the personal representative
will be required to give notice
to interested persons unless
they have waived notice or
consented to the proposed
action.) The independent
administration
authority
will be granted unless an
interested person files an
objection to the petition and
shows good cause why the
court should not grant the
authority.
A hearing on the petition will
be held in this court on Apr
21, 2015 at 11:00 AM in Dept.
PC-1 located at 1409 Fourth
Ave, San Diego, CA 92101
Madge Bradley Bldg.
A27
T he C oast News ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
FOR CHANGE OF NAME
CASE # 37-2015-00008141CU-PT-NC
TO
ALL
INTERESTED
PERSONS: Petitioner(s): In
Pro Per Nava Valimohammadi
filed a petition with this
court for a decree changing
names as follows: a. Present
name Nava Valimohammadi
changed to proposed name
Nava Vali.
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 a 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 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: On
May 26, 2015 at 8:30 a.m., in
Dept 26 of the Superior Court
of California, 325 S Melrose
Dr, Vista CA 92081, North
County Division.
Date: Mar 11, 2015
William S Dato
LEGALS
Judge of the Superior Court
03/20, 03/27, 04/03, 04/10/15
CN 17090
NOTICE OF PETITION
TO ADMINISTER
ESTATE OF
AYAKO ANN NORMAN
CASE NO. 37-2015-00008321
-PR-LA-CTL
To all heirs, beneficiaries,
creditors,
contingent
creditors, and persons who
may otherwise be interested
in the will or estate, or both,
of: Ayako Ann Norman.
A Petition for Probate has
been filed by John I Norman
in the Superior Court of
California, County of San
Diego.
The Petition for Probate
requests that John I Norman
be appointed as personal
representative to administer
the estate of the decedent.
The
petition
requests
authority to administer the
estate under the Independent
Administration of Estates Act.
(This authority will allow the
personal representative to
take many actions without
obtaining court approval.
Before taking certain very
important actions, however,
the personal representative
will be required to give notice
to interested persons unless
they have waived notice or
consented to the proposed
action.) The independent
administration
authority
will be granted unless an
interested person files an
objection to the petition and
shows good cause why the
court should not grant the
authority.
A hearing on the petition will
be held in this court on April
14, 2015 at 11:00 AM in Dept.
PC-1 located at 1409 Fourth
Ave, San Diego, CA 92101
Madge Bradley Building.
If you object to the granting
of the petition, you should
appear at the hearing and
state your objections or file
written objections with the
court before the hearing. Your
appearance may be in person
or by your attorney.
If you are a creditor or a
contingent creditor of the
decedent, you must file your
claim with the court and
mail a copy to the personal
representative appointed by
the court within the later of
either (1) four months from
the date of first issuance of
letters to a general personal
representative, as defined in
section 58(b) of the California
Probate Code, or (2) 60 days
from the date of mailing or
personal delivery to you of a
notice under section 9052 of
the California Probate Code.
Other California statutes and
legal authority may affect
your rights as a creditor. You
may want to consult with an
attorney knowledgeable in
California law.
You may examine the file
kept by the court. If you are
a person interested in the
estate, you may file with the
court a Request for Special
Notice (form DE-154) of the
filing of an inventory and
appraisal of estate assets or
of any petition or account
as provided in Probate Code
section 1250. A Request
for Special Notice form is
available from the court clerk.
Attorney for Petitioner:
Bruce M Wallis
Swan, Carpenter, Wallis &
McKenzie LLC
1600 E Florida Ave #211
Hemet CA 92544
Telephone: 951.658.7162
03/20, 03/27, 04/03/15
CN 17085
NOTICE OF PETITION TO
ADMINISTER ESTATE OF:
(IMAGED FILE)
ALEJANDRO N. MUJICA
AKA ALEJANDRO MUJICA
CASE NO. 37-2015-00007957
-PR-LS-CTL ROA#6
To all heirs, beneficiaries,
creditors,
contingent
LEGALS
LEGALS
LEGALS
LEGALS
creditors, and persons who
may otherwise be interested
in the WILL or estate, or both
of ALEJANDRO N. MUJICA
AKA ALEJANDRO MUJICA.
A PETITION FOR PROBATE
has been filed by LUCY
MUJICA in the Superior
Court of California, County of
SAN DIEGO.
THE
PETITION
FOR
PROBATE
requests
that
LUCY MUJICA be appointed
as personal representative to
administer the estate of the
decedent.
THE PETITION requests
authority to administer the
estate under the Independent
Administration of Estates Act
. (This authority will allow
the personal representative
to take many actions without
obtaining court approval.
Before taking certain very
important actions, however,
the personal representative
will be required to give notice
to interested persons unless
they have waived notice or
consented to the proposed
action.) The independent
administration
authority
will be granted unless an
interested person files an
objection to the petition and
shows good cause why the
court should not grant the
authority.
A HEARING on the petition
will be held in this court as
follows: 04/23/15 at 1:30PM
in Dept. PC-2 located at 1409
4TH AVENUE, SAN DIEGO,
CA 92101
IF YOU OBJECT to the
granting of the petition, you
should appear at the hearing
and state your objections or
file written objections with
the court before the hearing.
Your appearance may be in
person or by your attorney.
IF YOU ARE A CREDITOR
or a contingent creditor of
the decedent, you must file
your claim with the court and
mail a copy to the personal
representative appointed by
the court within the later of
either (1) four months from
the date of first issuance of
letters to a general personal
representative, as defined in
section 58(b) of the California
Probate Code, or (2) 60 days
from the date of mailing or
personal delivery to you of a
notice under section 9052 of
the California Probate Code.
Other California statutes and
legal authority may affect
your rights as a creditor. You
may want to consult with an
attorney knowledgeable in
California law.
YOU MAY EXAMINE the
file kept by the court. If you
are a person interested in the
estate, you may file with the
court a Request for Special
Notice (form DE-154) of the
filing of an inventory and
appraisal of estate assets or
of any petition or account
as provided in Probate Code
section 1250. A Request
for Special Notice form is
available from the court clerk.
Attorney for Petitioner
RICHARD B. MACGURN SBN 077254
LAW OFFICES OF RICHARD
B. MACGURN
1015 CHESTNUT AVE #E3
CARLSBAD CA 92008
TELEPHONE: (760) 729-7162
3/20,
3/27,
4/3/15
CNS2728562# CN 17084
reasonable charges of notice,
advertisement
and
sale.
Ronald H. Snow, Registered
Owner, Deutsche Fin Serv
Corp, Legal Owner, Interested
Parties. James F. Kosik, The
Property Services Group, LLC,
Agent for Westwinds Mobile
Lodge, Warehouseman, 1121
Glenneyre Street, Laguna
Beach, CA 92651 (949) 3760600
03/13/15, 03/20/15 CN 17077
OF SAN DIEGO in re: THE
GERMANN FAMILY TRUST
DATED JUNE 7, 2006 BY: Mary
Ellen Germann, Decedent
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Cal. Probate Code § 19050)
Notice is hereby given to
the creditors and contingent
creditors of the above-named
decedent that all persons
having claims against the
decedent are required to mail
or deliver a copy to Robert
A. Germann, Trustee of the
Germann Family Trust dated
June 7, 2006, of which the
Decedent was the grantor, c/o
BRENDA GEIGER, Attorney
at Law, at 2888 Loker Ave.
East, Suite 311, Carlsbad,
CA 92010, within the later
of 4 months after date of
first publication of notice to
creditors or, if notice is mailed
or personally delivered to you,
60 days after the date this
notice is mailed or personally
delivered to you, or you must
petition to file a late claim
as provided in Probate Code
§19103. A claim form may
be obtained from the court
clerk. For your protection,
you are encouraged to file
your claim by certified mail,
with return receipt requested.
Date: March 5, 2015 /s/
BRENDA GEIGER, Attorney
at Law Attorney for Trustee,
Robert Germann Pub. … 2015
Geiger Law Office, P.C. 2888
Loker Avenue East, Suite 311
Carlsbad, CA 92010 (760)
448-2220 03/13/15, 03/20/15,
03/27/15 CN 17074
either (1) four months from
the date of first issuance of
letters to a general personal
representative, as defined in
section 58(b) of the California
Probate Code, or (2) 60 days
from the date of mailing or
personal delivery to you of a
notice under section 9052 of
the California Probate Code.
Other California statutes and
legal authority may affect
your rights as a creditor. You
may want to consult with an
attorney knowledgeable in
California law.
You may examine the file
kept by the court. If you are
a person interested in the
estate, you may file with the
court a Request for Special
Notice (form DE-154) of the
filing of an inventory and
appraisal of estate assets or
of any petition or account
as provided in Probate Code
section 1250. A Request
for Special Notice form is
available from the court clerk.
Filed: 01/16/15
Petitioner:
William Joseph Friesenhahn
24456 Del Amo Rd
Ramona CA 92065
Telephone: 760.822.1156
03/06, 03/13, 03/20/15
CN 17049
NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN LIEN SALE
1998
CAVCO
industries,
CAVCO
Mobilehome,
Decal No. LBA4397, Serial
No.
CAVAZLP988584X/U.
Advertised for sale and
being sold in accordance
with the California Uniform
Commercial Code Section
7209 and 7210, at Westwinds
Mobile Lodge, Park Office,
4616 North River Road, City
of Oceanside, County of San
Diego, State of California on
March 30, 2015, at 11:00 a.m.
Proceeds of the sale shall be
applied to the satisfaction
of
the
lien,
including
SUPERIOR
COURT
OF
CALIFORNIA,
COUNTY
OF SAN DIEGO in re:
THE PATRICIA BALDWIN
FAMILY
TRUST
DATED
JANUARY 26, 2015 BY:
Patricia L. Baldwin, Decedent
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Cal. Probate Code § 19050)
Notice is hereby given to
the creditors and contingent
creditors of the above-named
decedent that all persons
having claims against the
decedent are required to mail
or deliver a copy to William
Daniel Baldwin, aka Daniel
William Baldwin, Trustee of
the Patricia Baldwin Family
Trust dated January 26, 2015,
of which the Decedent was
the grantor, c/o BRENDA
GEIGER, Attorney at Law, at
2888 Loker Ave. East, Suite
311, Carlsbad, CA 92010,
within the later of 4 months
after date of first publication
of notice to creditors or, if
notice is mailed or personally
delivered to you, 60 days after
the date this notice is mailed
or personally delivered to
you, or you must petition to
file a late claim as provided
in Probate Code §19103. A
claim form may be obtained
from the court clerk. For
your protection, you are
encouraged to file your claim
by certified mail, with return
receipt
requested.
Date:
March 5, 2015 /s/ BRENDA
GEIGER, Attorney at Law
Attorney for Trustee, William
Daniel Baldwin aka Daniel
William Baldwin Pub. … 2015
Geiger Law Office, P.C. 2888
Loker Avenue East, Suite
311\ Carlsbad, CA 92010 (760)
448-2220 03/13/15, 03/20/15,
03/27/15 CN 17076
SUPERIOR
COURT
OF
CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF
SAN DIEGO in re: THE VAN
HOUTEN FAMILY TRUST
DATED SEPTEMBER 25,
2012 BY: George R. Van
Houten, Decedent NOTICE
TO CREDITORS (Cal. Probate
Code § 19050) Notice is
hereby given to the creditors
and contingent creditors of
the above-named decedent
that all persons having claims
against the decedent are
required to mail or deliver a
copy to Merle J. Van Houten,
Trustee of the Van Houten
Family Trust dated September
25, 2012, of which the
Decedent was the grantor, c/o
BRENDA GEIGER, Attorney
at Law, at 2888 Loker Ave.
East, Suite 311, Carlsbad,
CA 92010, within the later
of 4 months after date of
first publication of notice to
creditors or, if notice is mailed
or personally delivered to you,
60 days after the date this
notice is mailed or personally
delivered to you, or you must
petition to file a late claim
as provided in Probate Code
§19103. A claim form may be
obtained from the court clerk.
For your protection, you are
encouraged to file your claim
by certified mail, with return
receipt
requested.
Date:
March 5, 2015 /s/ BRENDA
GEIGER, Attorney at Law
Attorney for Trustee, Merle J.
Van Houten
Pub. … 2015 Geiger Law
Office, P.C. 2888 Loker Avenue
East, Suite 311 Carlsbad, CA
92010 (760) 448-2220 03/13/15,
03/20/15, 03/27/15 CN 17075
SUPERIOR
COURT
OF
CALIFORNIA,
COUNTY
NOTICE OF PETITION TO
ADMINISTER ESTATE
OF ROBERT THOMAS
BELCIANO SR. CASE #.
37-2015-00001606-PR-PW-CTL
To all heirs, beneficiaries,
creditors,
contingent
creditors, and persons who
may otherwise be interested
in the will or estate, or both,
of: Robert Belciano, Robert T
Belciano Sr, Bobby Belciano.
A Petition for Probate has
been filed by William Joseph
Friesenhahn in the Superior
Court of California, County of
San Diego.
The Petition for Probate
requests that William Joseph
Friesenhahn be appointed
as personal representative to
administer the estate of the
decedent.
The petition requests the
decedent’s will and codicils,
if any, be admitted to probate.
The will and any codicils are
available for examination in
the file kept by the court.
The
petition
requests
authority to administer the
estate under the Independent
Administration of Estates Act.
(This authority will allow the
personal representative to
take many actions without
obtaining court approval.
Before taking certain very
important actions, however,
the personal representative
will be required to give notice
to interested persons unless
they have waived notice or
consented to the proposed
action.) The independent
administration
authority
will be granted unless an
interested person files an
objection to the petition and
shows good cause why the
court should not grant the
authority.
A hearing on the petition will
be held in this court on April
9, 2015 at 1:30 PM in Dept.
PC-2 located at 1409 Fourth
Ave, San Diego, CA 92101
Madge Bradley Bldg.
If you object to the granting
of the petition, you should
appear at the hearing and
state your objections or file
written objections with the
court before the hearing. Your
appearance may be in person
or by your attorney.
If you are a creditor or a
contingent creditor of the
decedent, you must file your
claim with the court and
mail a copy to the personal
representative appointed by
the court within the later of
STATE OF SOUTH
CAROLINA COUNTY OF
GREENVILLE IN THE
PROBATE COURT
C.A. # 2013ES2302174
SUMMONS FOR RELIEF
(Petition Served)
Daniel Redding, Petitioner, v.
Richard Redding, Ronnie
Redding, Donna Redding
Alexander, Lonnie Redding,
Joshua Vanadore,
Daniel
Vanadore
and
Jeremiah
Dillworth, Respondents.
In Re:) Estate of Donno W.
Redding, Deceased.
TO THE RESPONDENTS
ABOVE NAMED: You are
hereby
summoned
and
required to answer the
Petition in this action, of
which a copy is herewith
served upon you, and to
serve a copy of your answer
to the said Petition on the
subscriber at his offices, 601
E. McBee Avenue, Suite 200,
Greenville, S. C., within thirty
(30) days after the service
hereof, exclusive of the day of
such service; and if you fail to
answer the Petition within the
time aforesaid, the Petitioner
in this action will apply to the
Court for a default judgment
for the relief demanded in the
Petition.
A hearing in this matter is
scheduled for May 11, 2015,
commencing at 3:00 p.m.
in the Greenville County
Probate Court.
ASHMORE
LEAPHART
RABON HINDS, LLC
By: Ben G. Leaphart Attorneys
for Petitioner
P. O. Box 10766
601 E McBee Avenue, Suite
200
Greenville, SC 29603
(864) 271-2594
Date: 03/03/15
03/06/15, 03/13/15, 03/20/15
CN 17046
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
FOR CHANGE OF NAME
CASE # 37-2015-00006161CU-PT-NC
TO
ALL
INTERESTED
PERSONS:
Petitioner(s):
Roy Lundstedt Jr, Karen
Lundstedt on behalf of
Camille Lundstedt filed a
petition with this court for
a decree changing names
as follows: a. Present name
Camille
Ann
Lundstedt
changed to proposed name
Camille Joy Lundstedt.
THE COURT ORDERS that
all persons interested in
this matter appear before
Coast News legals
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Coast News legals
continued from
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this Court at the hearing
indicated below to show
cause, if any, why the petition
for a 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 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: On
Apr 28, 2015 at 8:30 a.m., in
Dept 26 of the Superior Court
of California, 325 S Melrose
Dr, Vista CA 92081, North
County Division.
Date: Feb 24, 2015
William S Dato
Judge of the Superior Court
03/06, 03/13, 03/20, 03/27/15
CN 17035
L-3 PHOTONICS operates
a facility located at 5957
Landau Court, Carlsbad, CA
92008 that uses and emits
chemicals known to the
State of California to cause
cancer, birth defects, or other
reproductive harm. We do
not believe that any person
is exposed to these chemicals
at levels constituting a health
or safety risk. However, we
have not made a formal
determination that actual
exposure levels are below the
Proposition 65 “no significant
risk” levels for carcinogens
or “no observable effect”
level for chemicals known
to cause reproductive harm,
and we have not performed a
risk analysis to determine the
precise amount of exposure
that any individual would
receive over a 70-year period.
Proposition
65
therefore
obligates us to provide
this warning to potentially
effected individuals. Further
information may be obtained
by contacting L-3 PHOTONICS
at 760-431-6800. 03/06, 03/13,
03/20/15 CN 17034
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
FOR CHANGE OF NAME
CASE # 37-2015-00005542CU-PT-NC
TO
ALL
INTERESTED
PERSONS: Petitioner(s): Lisa
Erica Keller filed a petition
with this court for a decree
changing names as follows:
a. Present name Lisa Erica
Keller changed to proposed
name Lisa Erica Edmondson.
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 a 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 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: On
May 05, 2015 at 8:30 a.m., in
Dept 26 of the Superior Court
of California, 325 S Melrose
Dr, Vista CA 92081, North
County Division.
Date: Feb 18, 2015
William S Dato
Judge of the Superior Court
02/27, 03/06, 03/13, 03/20/15
CN 17012
T he C oast News LEGALS
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
FOR CHANGE OF NAME
CASE # 37-2015-00002604CU-PT-NC
TO
ALL
INTERESTED
PERSONS:
Petitioner(s):
Socorro Felipe-Mendoza filed
a petition with this court for
a decree changing names
as follows: a. Present name
Lucya Marroquin changed
to proposed name Lucia
Marroquin Felipe.
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 a 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 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: On
April 14, 2015 at 8:30 a.m., in
Dept 26 of the Superior Court
of California, 325 S Melrose
Dr, Vista CA 92081, North
County Division.
Date: Jan 26, 2015
William S Dato
Judge of the Superior Court
02/27, 03/06, 03/13, 03/20/15
CN 17011
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-006975
Filed: Mar 13, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. Neuro Ex B. Nueroex
Located at: 3345 Terrace Ln,
Oceanside CA San Diego
92056
Mailing
Address:
Same This business is hereby
registered by the following:
1. Eric Harness, 3345 Terrace
Ln, Oceanside CA 92056 This
business is conducted by: An
Individual The first day of
business was: Not Yet Started
S/Eric Harness, 03/20, 03/27,
04/03, 04/10/15 CN 17105
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-006313
Filed: Mar 09, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. Umi Japanese Grill &
Cafe Located at: 401 Mission
Ave B100, Oceanside CA San
Diego 92054 Mailing Address:
4339 Morgan Creek Way,
Oceanside CA 92057 This
business is hereby registered
by the following: 1. Umi
Japanese Grill & Café Inc, 401
Mission Ave B100, Oceanside
CA 92054 This business is
conducted by: A Corporation
The first day of business was:
08/06/07 S/Kyong Davis, 03/20,
03/27, 04/03, 04/10/15 CN
17104
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-005316
Filed: Feb 25, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. True Photography Inc B.
True Photography Weddings
Located at: 448 W Market
St #202, San Diego CA San
Diego 92101 Mailing Address:
Same This business is hereby
registered by the following:
1. True Photography Inc, 448
W Market St #202, San Diego
CA 92101 This business is
conducted by: A Corporation
The first day of business was:
06/27/02 S/Aaron Feldman,
03/20, 03/27, 04/03, 04/10/15
CN 17103
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-006226
Filed: Mar 06, 2015 with
MARCH 20, 2015
LEGALS
LEGALS
LEGALS
LEGALS
LEGALS
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. The Real Estate Group of
San Diego Located at: 1730
Oriole Ct, Carlsbad CA San
Diego 92011 Mailing Address:
Same This business is hereby
registered by the following:
1. Daun Lynell Sherr, 1730
Oriole Ct, Carlsbad CA 92011
This business is conducted by:
An Individual The first day of
business was: 05/20/07 S/Daun
Lynell Sherr, 03/20, 03/27,
04/03, 04/10/15 CN 17102
business is conducted by: An
Unincorporated Association
– Other than a Partnership
The first day of business
was: 10/10/14 S/Massimiliano
Disposti, 03/20, 03/27, 04/03,
04/10/15 CN 17097
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. Ambiance Located at: 6108
Citracado Circle, Carlsbad
CA San Diego 92009 Mailing
Address: Same This business
is hereby registered by the
following: 1. Walls Alive
Inc, 6108 Citracado Circle,
Carlsbad CA 92009 This
business is conducted by: A
Corporation The first day of
business was: 04/27/01 S/Hilda
Evereklian, 03/20, 03/27, 04/03,
04/10/15 CN 17091
940 Sealane Dr #19, Encinitas
CA 92024
This business is
conducted by: An Individual
The first day of business was:
02/05/15
S/Jacky
Meltzer
03/13, 03/20, 03/27, 04/03/15
CN 17070
Fictitious Business Name
Statement #2015-005904 Filed:
Mar 03, 2015 with County
of the San Diego Recorder/
County Clerk.
Fictitious
Business Name(s): A. Holiday
Inn Carlsbad Located at: 2725
Palomar Airport Rd, Carlsbad
CA San Diego 92009 Mailing
Address: Same This business
is hereby registered by the
following: 1. Alps Group 1
Inc, 2725 Palomar Airport
Rd, Carlsbad CA 92009 This
business is conducted by: A
Corporation The first day of
business was: Not Yet Started
S/Anand Parekh 03/13, 03/20,
03/27, 04/03/15 CN 17064
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-007101
Filed: Mar 16, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. Team Frankie Laine
Located at: 340 Andrew Ave,
Encinitas CA San Diego 92024
Mailing Address: Same This
business is hereby registered
by the following: 1. American
Jazz Institute, 74818 Velia Way
#2, Palm Desert CA 92260 This
business is conducted by: A
Corporation The first day of
business was: 01/15/15 S/Mark
Masters, 03/20, 03/27, 04/03,
04/10/15 CN 17101
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-007154
Filed: Mar 16, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. T K Construction Located
at: 1754 Crest Dr, Encinitas
CA San Diego 92024 Mailing
Address: Same This business
is hereby registered by the
following: 1. Thomas Kelly,
1754 Crest Dr, Encinitas
CA 92024 This business is
conducted by: An Individual
The first day of business was:
01/01/15
S/Thomas
Kelly,
03/20, 03/27, 04/03, 04/10/15
CN 17100
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-005953
Filed: Mar 04, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. Sarah Catherine Located at:
2164 Cosmo Way, San Marcos
CA San Diego 92078 Mailing
Address: Same This business
is hereby registered by the
following: 1. Sarah C Richter,
2164 Cosmo Way, San Marcos
CA 92078 This business is
conducted by: An Individual
The first day of business was:
Not Yet Started S/Sarah C
Richter, 03/20, 03/27, 04/03,
04/10/15 CN 17099
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-006450
Filed: Mar 10, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. Raspy Located at: 335
Santa Fe Dr, Encinitas CA San
Diego 92024 Mailing Address:
921 Davis St, Ramona CA
92065 This business is hereby
registered by the following:
1. Gary Rugar, 921 Davis
St, Ramona CA 92065 This
business is conducted by: An
Individual The first day of
business was: 01/01/10 S/Gary
Rugar, 03/20, 03/27, 04/03,
04/10/15 CN 17098
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-006897
Filed: Mar 13, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. Pride by the Beach B. North
County LGBTQ Resource
Center Located at: 510 N
Coast Hwy, Oceanside CA
San Diego 92056 Mailing
Address: Same This business
is hereby registered by the
following: 1. Massimiliano
Disposti, 616 S Nevada St,
Oceanside CA 92054 2.
Carolyn J Bolton, 4379 Serena
Ave, Oceanside CA 92056 This
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-006502
Filed: Mar 10, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. Mercedes Fine Art B. Zane
Publishing Located at: 8104
Calle Catalonia, Carlsbad
CA San Diego 92009 Mailing
Address: Same This business
is hereby registered by the
following: 1. Gail GrennerOyer, 8104 Calle Catalonia,
Carlsbad CA 92009 This
business is conducted by: An
Individual The first day of
business was: 05/16/99 S/Gail
Grenner-Oyer, 03/20, 03/27,
04/03, 04/10/15 CN 17096
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-004673
Filed: Feb 19, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. Henderson Pet Products
B. Pet Ploy Located at: 1147
Woodlake Dr, Cardiff CA
San Diego 92007 Mailing
Address: Same This business
is hereby registered by the
following: 1. Alia Henderson,
1147 Woodlake Dr, Cardiff
CA 92007 This business is
conducted by: An Individual
The first day of business was:
02/01/15 S/Alia Henderson,
03/20, 03/27, 04/03, 04/10/15
CN 17095
Fictitious Business Name
Statement #2015-006670 Filed:
Mar 11, 2015 with County
of the San Diego Recorder/
County
Clerk.
Fictitious
Business Name(s): A. For Life
Headstones and Monuments
Located at: 270 N El Camino
Real #152, Encinitas CA San
Diego 92024 Mailing Address:
Same This business is hereby
registered by the following:
1. Thomas Gallo, 5093 Aegina
Way, Oceanside CA 92056
This business is conducted
by: An Individual The first
day of business was: 03/11/15
S/Thomas Gallo, 03/20, 03/27,
04/03, 04/10/15 CN 17094
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-007012
Filed: Mar 13, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. College Smart Advising
Located at: 7826 Quebrada
Circle, Carlsbad CA San
Diego 92009 Mailing Address:
Same This business is hereby
registered by the following: 1.
Catherine R McCarthy, 7826
Quebrada Circle, Carlsbad
CA 92009 This business is
conducted by: An Individual
The first day of business
was: 03/13/15 S/Catherine R
McCarthy, 03/20, 03/27, 04/03,
04/10/15 CN 17093
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-004889
Filed: Feb 21, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. ASAP Urgent Care Located
at: 519 Encinitas Blvd #106,
Encinitas CA San Diego 92024
Mailing Address: Same This
business is hereby registered
by the following: 1. ASAP
Urgent Care Inc, 519 Encinitas
Blvd #106, Encinitas CA 92024
This business is conducted by:
A Corporation The first day of
business was: 10/11/10 S/Matt
Kurlan, 03/20, 03/27, 04/03,
04/10/15 CN 17092
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-006391
Filed: Mar 09, 2015 with
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-005166
Filed: Feb 24, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. Wellness Werks Located
at: 699 N Vulcan Ave #107,
Encinitas CA San Diego 92024
Mailing Address: Same This
business is hereby registered
by the following: 1. Debra
K Palmer, 699 N Vulcan Ave
#107, Encinitas CA 92024
This business is conducted by:
An Individual The first day
of business was: 02/24/15 S/
Debra K Palmer, 03/20, 03/27,
04/03, 04/10/15 CN 17087
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-002567
Filed: Jan 28, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. Wolfpeach Salsa Co.
Located at: 3705 6th Ave, San
Diego CA San Diego 92103
Mailing Address: Same This
business is hereby registered
by the following: 1. Wolfpeach
LLC, 3705 6th Ave, San Diego
CA 92103 This business is
conducted by: A Limited
Liability Company The first
day of business was: Not Yet
Started S/Jenna Medearis
03/13, 03/20, 03/27, 04/03/15
CN 17073
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-006029
Filed: Mar 04, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. What A Relief B. What
A Relief Services Located
at: 2210 Encinitas Blvd #W,
Encinitas CA San Diego 92024
Mailing Address: Same This
business is hereby registered
by the following: 1. Fiscal
Fitness Inc, 2210 Encinitas
Blvd #W, Encinitas CA 92024
This business is conducted
by: A Corporation The first
day of business was: 12/19/14
S/Andrea Carr 03/13, 03/20,
03/27, 04/03/15 CN 17072
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-005364
Filed: Feb 26, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. Wanderlust Organics B.
Wanderlust Located at: 102
Woodshadow Ln, Encinitas
CA San Diego 92024 Mailing
Address: Same This business
is hereby registered by the
following: 1. Calli Kelsay, 102
Woodshadow Ln, Encinitas
CA 92024
This business is
conducted by: An Individual
The first day of business was:
Not Yet Started S/Calli Kelsay
03/13, 03/20, 03/27, 04/03/15
CN 17071
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-004139
Filed: Feb 12, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A.
The
Jungle
Hippie
Boutique B. Jungle Hippie C.
The Jungle Hippie D. Jungle
Hippie Boutique Located at:
940 Sealane Dr #19, Encinitas
CA San Diego 92024 Mailing
Address: Same This business
is hereby registered by the
following: 1. Jacky Meltzer,
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-005954
Filed: Mar 04, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. The Edgar Fine Group
Located at: 1114 Mullen Way,
Vista CA San Diego 92083
Mailing Address: PO Box
2667, Vista CA 92085 This
business is hereby registered
by the following: 1. Michael
West, 1114 Mullen Way, Vista
CA 92083
This business is
conducted by: An Individual
The first day of business was:
Not Yet Started S/Michael
West 03/13, 03/20, 03/27,
04/03/15 CN 17069
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-005905
Filed: Mar 03, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. Staybridge Suites Carlsbad
Located at:
2735 Palomar
Airport Rd, Carlsbad CA San
Diego 92009 Mailing Address:
Same This business is hereby
registered by the following:
1. Alps Group 2 Inc, 2735
Palomar Airport Rd, Carlsbad
CA 92009
This business is
conducted by: A Corporation
The first day of business was:
Not Yet Started S/Anand
Parekh 03/13, 03/20, 03/27,
04/03/15 CN 17068
Fictitious Business Name
Statement #2015-006212 Filed:
Mar 06, 2015 with County
of the San Diego Recorder/
County Clerk.
Fictitious
Business Name(s): A. Parc
Real Estate Inc Located
at: 1588 Berkshire Ct, San
Marcos CA San Diego 92069
Mailing Address: Same This
business is hereby registered
by the following: 1. Parc Real
Estate Inc, 1588 Berkshire Ct,
San Marcos CA 92069 This
business is conducted by: A
Corporation The first day of
business was: 05/01/08 S/Carey
Pastor 03/13, 03/20, 03/27,
04/03/15 CN 17067
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-004243
Filed: Feb 13, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. Little Praying Hands
Located at: 5054 Los Morros
Way #103, Oceanside CA San
Diego 92057 Mailing Address:
Same This business is hereby
registered by the following:
1. Theresa Goeltz, 5054 Los
Morros Way #103, Oceanside
CA 92057
This business is
conducted by: An Individual
The first day of business was:
07/18/14 S/Theresa Goeltz
03/13, 03/20, 03/27, 04/03/15
CN 17066
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-005595
Filed: Mar 02, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A.
Industrial
Coatings
Maintenance
Located
at:
66339 Second St, Desert Hot
Springs CA San Diego 92240
Mailing Address: PO Box
583, Desert Hot Springs CA
92240 This business is hereby
registered by the following:
1. Rusi M Stankovich, 66339
Second St, Desert Hot Springs
CA 92240
This business is
conducted by: An Individual
The first day of business was:
03/02/15 S/Rusi Stankovich
03/13, 03/20, 03/27, 04/03/15
CN 17065
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-006301
Filed: Mar 06, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. E-Local-Solutions Located
at:
145 Vallecitos de Oro
#211, San Marcos CA San
Diego 92069 Mailing Address:
Same This business is hereby
registered by the following:
1. Planzme Inc, 145 Vallecitos
de Oro #211, San Marcos
CA 92069
This business is
conducted by: A Corporation
The first day of business was:
02/01/15 S/Todd Taylor 03/13,
03/20, 03/27, 04/03/15 CN
17063
Fictitious Business Name
Statement #2015-005384 Filed:
Feb 26, 2015 with County
of the San Diego Recorder/
County Clerk.
Fictitious
Business Name(s): A. Dean
Goetz Law Firm B. Goetz Law
Firm Inc Located at: 603 N
Coast Hwy 101 #H, Solana
Beach CA San Diego 92075
Mailing Address: Same This
business is hereby registered
by the following: 1. The Goetz
Firm Inc, 603 N Coast Hwy 101
#H, Solana Beach CA 92075
This business is conducted by:
A Corporation The first day of
business was: 02/01/15 S/Dean
A Goetz 03/13, 03/20, 03/27,
04/03/15 CN 17062
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-006155
Filed: Mar 05, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A.
DaCosta
Properties
Located at: 12625 High Bluff
Dr #102, San Diego CA San
Diego 92130 Mailing Address:
1431 Arbor Ct, Encinitas CA
92024 This business is hereby
registered by the following:
1. David DaCosta, 1431 Arbor
Ct, Encinitas CA 92024 This
business is conducted by: An
Individual The first day of
business was: 03/01/15 S/David
DaCosta 03/13, 03/20, 03/27,
04/03/15 CN 17061
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-006000
Filed: Mar 04, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. Cyclops Farms Located at:
1448 Avocado Rd, Oceanside
CA San Diego 92054 Mailing
Address: 1934 Stewart St,
Oceanside CA 92054 This
business is hereby registered
by the following: 1. Luke
Girling, 1934 Stewart St,
Oceanside CA 92054 2.
Frances Girling, 1934 Stewart
St, Oceanside CA 92054 This
business is conducted by: A
Married Couple The first day
of business was: 02/01/15 S/
Frances Girling 03/13, 03/20,
03/27, 04/03/15 CN 17060
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-005838
Filed: Mar 03, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. Buddha Belly Clothing
Located at: 1800 Sheridan Rd,
Encinitas CA San Diego 92024
MARCH 20, 2015 LEGALS
LEGALS
LEGALS
LEGALS
Mailing Address: Same This
business is hereby registered
by the following: 1. Meghan
Ashley Gurren, 1800 Sheridan
Rd, Encinitas CA 92024 This
business is conducted by: An
Individual The first day of
business was: Not Yet Started
S/Meghan Ashley Gurren
03/13, 03/20, 03/27, 04/03/15
CN 17059
Young, 03/06, 03/13, 03/20,
03/27/15 CN 17043
A. DF Transport Located
at: 3327 Par Dr, Oceanside
CA San Diego 92056 Mailing
Address: Same This business
is hereby registered by the
following: 1. Derrick Farley.
3327 Par Dr, Oceanside
CA 92056 This business is
conducted by: An Individual
The first day of business was:
Not Yet Started S/Derrick
Farley, 03/06, 03/13, 03/20,
03/27/15 CN 17037
Carlsbad CA 92008
This
business is conducted by:
A Married Couple The first
day of business was: Not Yet
Started S/Nichole Bechtel,
02/27, 03/06, 03/13, 03/20/15
CN 17022
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-006244
Filed: Mar 06, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. Boundless Located at:
317 N El Camino Real #504,
Encinitas CA San Diego
92024
Mailing
Address:
Same This business is hereby
registered by the following: 1.
Alexandra R Bunyak MD Inc,
1351 Evergreen Dr, Cardiff
CA 92007 This business is
conducted by: A Corporation
The first day of business
was: 03/08/07 S/Steve Bunyak
03/13, 03/20, 03/27, 04/03/15
CN 17058
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-006334
Filed: Mar 09, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A.
Accurate
Appraisal
Services B. North County
Coastal Real Estate Sales
Located at: 6494 Surfside Ln,
Carlsbad CA San Diego 92011
Mailing Address: Same This
business is hereby registered
by the following: 1. Richard
Deane Wood, 6494 Surfside
Ln, Carlsbad CA 92011 This
business is conducted by:
An Individual The first day
of business was: 02/23/10 S/
Richard Deane Wood 03/13,
03/20, 03/27, 04/03/15 CN
17057
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-005858
Filed: Mar 03, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. haute M events Located at:
2156 Cosmo Way, San Marcos
CA San Diego 92078 Mailing
Address: Same This business
is hereby registered by the
following: 1. Maggie Condiff,
2156 Cosmo Way, San Marcos
CA 92078 This business is
conducted by: An Individual
The first day of business was:
Not Yet Started S/Maggie
Condiff, 03/06, 03/13, 03/20,
03/27/15 CN 17047
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-004769
Filed: Feb 20, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. Dons Country Kitchen Oceanside Located at: 1938
S Coast Hwy, Oceanside CA
San Diego 92054 Mailing
Address: Same This business
is hereby registered by the
following: 1. B&D Restaurant
Concepts Inc, 1938 S Coast
Hwy, Oceanside CA 92054
This business is conducted by:
A Corporation The first day
of business was: 10/01/10 S/
Britten Doerfler, 03/06, 03/13,
03/20, 03/27/15 CN 17045
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-005111
Filed: Feb 24, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. PODularism B. PODularism
Ministries Located at: 2704
Luciernaga St, Carlsbad CA
San Diego 92009 Mailing
Address: Same This business
is hereby registered by the
following: 1. Barry Young,
2704 Luciernaga St, Carlsbad
CA 92009 This business is
conducted by: An Individual
The first day of business
was: Not Yet Started S/Barry
A29
T he C oast News Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-004264
Filed: Feb 13, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. The Sales Pro Located
at: 6822 Jade Ln, Carlsbad
CA San Diego 92009 Mailing
Address: Same This business
is hereby registered by the
following: 1.
Paul Warren
Anderson, 6822 Jade Ln,
Carlsbad CA 92009 This
business is conducted by: An
Individual The first day of
business was: 01/05/15 S/Paul
Anderson, 03/06, 03/13, 03/20,
03/27/15 CN 17042
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-004478
Filed: Feb 18, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. Realty Executives North
County Located at:
217
Civic Center Dr #3, Vista CA
San Diego 92084 Mailing
Address: Same This business
is hereby registered by the
following: 1. CCJ Inc, 2386
Edgehill Rd, Vista CA 92084
This business is conducted by:
A Corporation The first day
of business was: 01/02/00 S/
Cristine D Clark, 03/06, 03/13,
03/20, 03/27/15 CN 17041
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-003998
Filed: Feb 11, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. Lucid Digital Located at:
533 Summer View Circle,
Encinitas CA San Diego
92024
Mailing
Address:
Same This business is hereby
registered by the following:
1. Holmen Walker Holdings
LLC, 533 Summer View
Circle, Encinitas CA 92024
This business is conducted by:
Limited Liability Partnership
The first day of business was:
Not Yet Started S/Christopher
Walker, 03/06, 03/13, 03/20,
03/27/15 CN 17040
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-004881
Filed: Feb 21, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. Jewelry by Julie D Located
at: 6779 Heath Ct, Carlsbad
CA San Diego 92011 Mailing
Address: Same This business
is hereby registered by the
following: 1. Al Dyson, 6779
Heath Ct, Carlsbad CA 92011
2. Julie Dyson, 6779 Heath
Ct, Carlsbad CA 92011 This
business is conducted by: A
Married Couple The first day
of business was: 01/29/15 S/
Al Dyson, 03/06, 03/13, 03/20,
03/27/15 CN 17039
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-005303
Filed: Feb 25, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. Epic PhotoJournalism B.
TLV Productions Located at:
2187 San Elijo Ave #C, Cardiff
CA San Diego 92007 Mailing
Address: PO Box 136, Cardiff
CA 92007 This business is
hereby registered by the
following: 1. Todd LeVeck,
1465 N Vulcan Ave, Encinitas
CA 92024 This business is
conducted by: An Individual
The first day of business
was: 01/01/15 S/Todd LeVeck,
03/06, 03/13, 03/20, 03/27/15
CN 17038
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-003679
Filed: Feb 09, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-005284
Filed: Feb 25, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. Anderson Piano Service
Located at:
3536 Bartlett
Ave, Oceanside CA San
Diego 92057 Mailing Address:
Same This business is hereby
registered by the following:
1.
Gregg Allan Anderson,
3536 Bartlett Ave, Oceanside
CA 92057 This business is
conducted by: An Individual
The first day of business
was: 10/08/14 S/Gregg Allan
Anderson, 03/06, 03/13, 03/20,
03/27/15 CN 17036
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-005043
Filed: Feb 23, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. Standard H Located at:
120 Phoebe St #9, Encinitas
CA San Diego 92024 Mailing
Address: Same This business
is hereby registered by the
following: 1. Standard H LLC,
120 Phoebe St #9, Encinitas
CA 92024 This business is
conducted by: A Limited
Liability Company The first
day of business was: 02/23/15
S/Wesley
Clayton
Smith,
02/27, 03/06, 03/13, 03/20/15
CN 17026
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-004836
Filed: Feb 20, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. The Authors Collaborative
Located at: 8960 Detwiler
Rd, Escondido CA San Diego
92029
Mailing
Address:
Same This business is hereby
registered by the following:
1. Marchell Kay Housden,
8960 Detwiler Rd, Escondido
CA 92029 2. Mara Jill Stefan,
77 Forest Ave, Cohasset
MA 02025 This business is
conducted by: Co-Partners
The first day of business was:
Not Yet Started S/Marchell
Kay Housden, 02/27, 03/06,
03/13, 03/20/15 CN 17025
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-005082
Filed: Feb 24, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A.
Madera
Construction
Located at:
14275 Mango
Dr, Del Mar CA San Diego
92014 Mailing Address: PO
Box 528, Solana Beach CA
92075 This business is hereby
registered by the following: 1.
Greg Haratyk, 14275 Mango
Dr, Del Mar CA 92014 This
business is conducted by: An
Individual The first day of
business was: 09/25/03 S/Greg
Haratyk, 02/27, 03/06, 03/13,
03/20/15 CN 17024
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-004595
Filed: Feb 18, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. Haus Gardens Located at:
3369 Roosevelt St, Carlsbad
CA San Diego 92008 Mailing
Address: Same This business
is hereby registered by
the following: 1.
Nichole
Bechtel, 3369 Roosevelt St,
Carlsbad CA 92008 2. Jakob
Hausig, 3369 Roosevelt St,
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-002850
Filed: Jan 30, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. Mortgage 101 Located at:
1901 1st Ave #301, San Diego
CA San Diego 92101 Mailing
Address: Same This business
is hereby registered by the
following: 1. Mortgage 101
Wholesale Inc, 1901 1st Ave
#301, San Diego CA 92101
This business is conducted
by: A Corporation The first
day of business was: Not Yet
Started S/Charles Heppner,
02/27, 03/06, 03/13, 03/20/15
CN 17021
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-004638
Filed: Feb 19, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. The HealthLex Group B.
HealthLex Located at: 1902
Wright Pl. 2nd Floor, Carlsbad
CA San Diego 92008 Mailing
Address: Same This business
is hereby registered by the
following: 1. Law Offices of
Donald A Green, PC, 1902
Wright Pl. 2nd Floor, Carlsbad
CA 92008 This business is
conducted by: A Corporation
The first day of business was:
Not Yet Started S/Donald A
Green, 02/27, 03/06, 03/13,
03/20/15 CN 17020
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-004601
Filed: Feb 18, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A.
Skill//Quest
Company
Located at: 2974 Fir St, San
Diego CA San Diego 92102
Mailing Address: Same This
business is hereby registered
by the following: 1. Betty L
Hoeger, 2974 Fir St, San Diego
CA 92102 This business is
conducted by: An Individual
The first day of business was:
12/14/93 S/Betty L Hoeger,
02/27, 03/06, 03/13, 03/20/15
CN 17019
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-003161
Filed: Feb 03, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. Pacific Land Strategies
B. PreFab Living Systems
Located at: 631 Third St #102,
Encinitas CA San Diego 92024
Mailing Address: Same This
business is hereby registered
by the following: 1.
PLS
Consulting Inc, 631 Third St
#102, Encinitas CA 92024
This business is conducted by:
A Corporation The first day
of business was: 01/25/15 S/
Charles Rollins, 02/27, 03/06,
03/13, 03/20/15 CN 17018
LEGALS
LEGALS
LEGALS
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-003160
Filed: Feb 03, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. Lone Jack Partners LLC
Located at: 631 Third St #102,
Encinitas CA San Diego 92024
Mailing Address: Same This
business is hereby registered
by the following: 1.
PLS
Consulting Inc, 631 Third St
#102, Encinitas CA 92024 This
business is conducted by: A
Limited Liability Company
The first day of business was:
01/25/15 S/Charles Rollins,
02/27, 03/06, 03/13, 03/20/15
CN 17016
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-004758
Filed: Feb 20, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. Hays & Matoso B. Hays &
Matoso – California Homes
Located at: 2033 San Elijo
Ave #300, Cardiff CA San
Diego 92007 Mailing Address:
Same This business is hereby
registered by the following:
1. Bill Hays, 3327 Cabo Way,
Carlsbad CA 92009 This
business is conducted by: An
Individual The first day of
business was: Not Yet Started
S/Bill Hays, 02/27, 03/06,
03/13, 03/20/15 CN 17015
Fictitious Business Name
Statement
#2015-003946
Filed: Feb 10, 2015 with
County of the San Diego
Recorder/County
Clerk.
Fictitious Business Name(s):
A. Atacama
Surf
Shop
Located at: 2165 India St, San
Diego CA San Diego 92101
Mailing Address: Same This
business is hereby registered
by the following: 1. Atacama
Apparel LLC, 649 Orpheus
Ave, Encinitas CA 92024 This
business is conducted by: A
Limited Liability Company
The first day of business was:
Not Yet Started S/Clarke
Ledger, 02/27, 03/06, 03/13,
03/20/15 CN 17013
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District’s Spring Break, 7 a.m. to
6 p.m. April 6 through April 10 at
401 Country Club Lane, Oceanside. Online registration is available at BGCOceanside.org.
PIZZA FOR OPTIMISTS
Blaze Pizza at Carlsbad Premium
Outlets, 5620 Paseo Del Norte,
Suite 126C, will host a fundraiser
from
5 to
p.m.
March 20 to benMONTY
by 8
Jim
Meddick
efit the Optimist Club of Carlsbad
“The Achievers.” Bring a flyer to
the cashier before paying, for the
club to get credit. For your flyer,
email [email protected] or
call (760) 458-5222.
FRIENDS OF JUNG San
Diego Friends of Jung present a
Friday Film Event showing “Ensoulment” at 7:30 p.m. March 20
at the Winston School, 215 9th St.,
Del Mar.
MAR
The Del
ARLODEL
& JANIS
byHISTORY
Jimmy Johnson
Mar Historical Society invites all
to the 2015 Southwest Oral History Association conference March
20 and March 21 at L’Auberge
Del Mar, 1540 Camino Del Mar.
For more information, visit delmarhistoricalsociety.org/ or email
info @delmarhistoricalsociety.
org.
MARCH 21
RECYCLE SURF STUFF
The WindanSea Surf Club will be
THE GRIZZWELLS
by Bill Schorr
holding
a beach-themed
rummage
sale and pancake breakfast in the
parking lot of the La Jolla Methodist Church, 6063 La Jolla Blvd.
from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. March 21.
Find surfboards and skateboards,
wetsuits and beach accessories in
addition to traditional rummage
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ALLEY OOP byJack
Carlsbad,
not & Carole
the Bender
revenue
streams of two hotel chains.”
Some commissioners agreed
they were concerned that approving four stories in the area
would set a bad precedence
for the city but since the applicant wasn’t asking for a height
change, they said they could approve it.
“I do think that adding an
additional level very well could
be precedent setting but to be
sale. For more information, visit
windanseasurfclub.org
BIRDHOUSE FUNDRAISER
Join the Buena Vista Audubon
Society for its annual Birdhouse
Auction Fundraiser and Open
House at its newly remodeled nature center from 5 to 8 p.m. March
21 at 2202 S. Coast Highway,
Oceanside. Cost is $10 at the door.
For more information, contact
Kelly Deveney at (760) 721-2441.
CELEBRATE VEGGIES A
month-long celebration will offer
classes and festivities at Weidners
Gardens Celebration of Herbs &
Veggies Festival March 21 and
March 22 at 695 Normandy Road,
Encinitas.
from the Old Country” will be
the talk by Dr. Stephen Baird for
North San Diego County Genealogical Society at 9 a.m. March
24. For more information, email
[email protected]
or
call (760) 632-0416.
fair to the applicant, I think it’s
important to look at every project on its own merits,” Commissioner Marty Montgomery said.
Commissioner Victoria Scully was the only no vote. Commissioner Velyn Anderson was
absent.
Scully voted against the recommendation because she said
hotels in the surrounding areas
were three stories and offered
the same amenities.
“(The fourth floor) is not
necessary to be successful,”
Scully said.
Hofman told the commission
not all of the additional buildings will be four stories, just a
few.
The commissioners who approved the recommendation
said the hotel is in a unique area
without surrounding residential
or industrial units and a fourth
story would not affect the nearby
hotels.
City Council will need to approve the zoning change and the
staff at Grand Pacific Resort will
need to get a site-specific plan
approved in the coming months.
MARCH 25
FORUM FOR SUCCESS A
family forum, “Laying the Foundation for Success in High School,
College and Beyond” will be from
6:30 to 8 p.m. March 25 at San
Dieguito High School Academy,
800 Santa Fe Drive in the school
media center. Make a reservation
[email protected]
The Solana Beach library will
host a Science and Magic WorkMARCH 22
shop at 3:15 p.m. March 25, for
‘FINDING KIND’ The Grauer children in grades K-6. For more
School’s Girl Rising Club will host information, call the library at
“ Finding Kind” at 3 p.m. March (858) 755-1404.
22 in the Great Hall, 1500 S. El
Camino Real, Encinitas. SuggestMARK THE CALENDAR
ed admission is $5. The film looks
TASTE THE FUNK Get tickat cruelty of girl bullying and the ets now for the Taste of Leuca“Kind Campaign.” For more in- dia April 2 Culinary Trail along
formation, visit grauerschool.com North Coast Highway 101 from
or call (760) 274-2118.
5:30 to 8:30 p.m. with 18 local
restaurants, 13 San Diego craft
MARCH 23
breweries and wineries, live muRELAY FOR LIFE Regis- sic at six stops and live poetry
ter now for the Oceanside Relay in the Leucadia Roadside Park.
for Life, a 24-hour event to raise Tickets are $20 in advance or $25
money for the American Cancer the day of. Tickets with Sip Stops
Society from 10 a.m. April 18 to are $33 in advance, $40 the day
10 a.m. April 19 at the Mira Costa of. For information and tickets,
College Athletic Field, 1 Barnard visit Leucadia101.com.
Drive, Oceanside.
SPORTS RUMMAGE SALE
Solana Beach is hosting a rumMARCH 24
mage sale offering gently used
LONG-DISTANCE HIKING sports equipment to benefit the
From 7 to 9 p.m. March 24, at the Skyline Global Education ProSan Pasqual High School Library, gram at La Colonia Park from 10
3300 Bear Valley Pkwy, Escondi- a.m. to 1 p.m. March 29, 715 Valdo Sierra Club North County will ley Ave., Solana Beach.
discuss a long-distance hiking
EGG HUNT The Grand Del
adventure on the Appalachian Mar will host The Grand Hunt
Trail. For more information, visit and family activities on the Aria
SierraClubNCG.org or call (760) Lawn from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. April
484-3440.
8, complimentary to Easter dinHISTORICAL LOOK BACK ers at the resort and resort guests.
“Silent Travelers: Prejudices The Easter Egg Hunt begins at
Arising from Diseases Brought 12:30 p.m. Baskets are provided.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) -- Be smart. Don’t
live beyond your means, or you will have
to pay the price. A serious revamping of
your spending habits will be required to
get back on track.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -- Plan a romantic evening with someone special.
Try to get away from distractions or interruptions. Let your feelings be known, and
share your plans for the future.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) -- Disgruntled
colleagues can cause a great deal of tenPISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) -- Don’t sion in the workplace. Avoid gossip and
allow anyone to meddle in your private malingerers. Do your job to the best of
your ability and stay neutral.
affairs. Take a realistic look at your relationships. You can solve your personal is- SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) -- You need
sues if you keep your emotions in check. to get out and enjoy yourself. A pleasant
get-together with close friends will proARIES (March 21-April 19) -- Iron out
vide some laughter and help you be more
details that pertain to agencies or institucreative.
tions if you want things to go smoothly.
Check into real estate or other long-term SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) -- Beinvestments. Lady Luck is in your corner. fore you make a commitment, consider
what’s happened in the past when you
TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Don’t sit at entered binding situations. The last thing
home waiting for things to happen. It’s you need is to become involved in risky or
important to get out and enjoy group ac- dubious deals.
tivities or community events. Avoid joint
financial ventures or making a donation CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -- You
should be firm when discussing what you
or loan.
want. If you allow yourself to be bullied
GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -- Share your or intimidated, you will lose your self-rethoughts with friends and family. Expect spect. Make your feelings known.
someone to make an unreasonable or
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) -- You
excessive demand. Suppressing your
can learn a lot by observing the people
hostility will make matters worse. Deal
around you. Watching how others deal
with stressful matters promptly.
with issues can be beneficial in helping
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T he C oast News hour parking regulation
for RVs. I think neighbors
should be able to work it
out. … I don’t think we need
an extra ordinance at this
point.”
“It’s a recurring problem,” Zito said.
“I wouldn’t say it’s an
insurmountable
problem
from a volume perspective,
but it’s definitely not a single instance. That’s just my
personal experience. Staff
may have more evidence as
well.”
“For whatever reason
in the last six months this
has been most complaints
(Tom Warden has) received
on this particular issue,”
Protzman said.
Warden, from the Code
Enforcement Department,
has worked for the city for
23 years, she said.
Staff will return with
a report that includes
council preferences at a
future meeting.
as many chemical changes
in the brewing process it
maintains its structure and
more.
great flavor when heated.
It’s really easy in the mornOK, first things first, what ing when you need a quick
exactly is cold brewed cof- boost before getting out the
fee, what is the process be- door.
hind making it?
Jupiter
Cold Brew cof- I noticed is less acidic that
fee is essentially coffee regular coffee, that’s a good
that is brewed slowly with thing for folks with acid recool water over an extend- flux.
ed period of time. It takes
Since it is around 70
anywhere from 12-24 hours percent less acidic it’s much
and the result is something easier on digestion and abdelicious that’s quite a bit sorbs more naturally into
different from regularly the body. People who didn’t
brewed coffee.
even like coffee before try
it and are surprised that
What is the difference be- without the bitterness they
tween your produced and even like it black.
regular coffee on ice?
Cold Brew tastes sig- What are your favorite innificantly smoother and has gredients to combine with
a really enjoyable flavor Jupiter Cold Brew Coffee in
without the bitterness of cold form?
regular coffee. The reason
There are a lot of things
being is that the cold brew- that combine well and peoing process extracts a lot ple are getting really creless of the bitter acids and ative with it. I am a bit of
oils that are extracted when a purist and tend to drink
coffee is exposed to boil- it black. It’s delicious with
ing water. Without getting some coconut or almond
too technical the chemical milk and definitely good old
reactions that take place half-half. A little Baileys or
when you brew it hot, and Kalua is also a nice addition
then shock the coffee by for an extra happy coffee.
throwing it on ice, brings
out even more of the sharp, You have connections in
bitter, flat taste.
Brazil and founded Jupiter
with your dad Tim MacIt says on the label to enjoy Bride; tell me about how
it hot or cold…I would grav- both shaped your appreciaitate towards cold with this, tion and knowledge of cofbut you are saying I can fee.
heat it up and it tastes just
When I really became
as good?
passionate about coffee
Most people enjoy it from being exposed to the
cold since fans of cold brew art of roasting I wanted to
like cold coffee, but it also learn all aspects of it from
tastes great when heated. growing, producing, shipSince it hasn’t undergone ping, roasting and brew-
ing. I needed to see and
experience for myself what
it takes to get coffee from
a farm somewhere in the
world, to your everyday
cup. Last summer I took the
opportunity to go to Brazil
to do some charity work
and seek out coffee farms
to volunteer on which really gave me a deeper appreciation and knowledge of
all the hard work that goes
into coffee. It was during
the World Cup and my love
of soccer inspired me to
give back by giving away
soccer balls to underprivileged kids. Giving back to
the communities I worked
in was really rewarding and
something I look to expand
on in the future. My Dad
and I work great as a team,
share similar interests and
are excited we found a way
shape that into a business.
from and what was behind
the cool blue bottle?
Jupiter is a combination of a few things that
just fit and flowed. It’s the
street we live on, the roots
of which go back to the
Greek names that Leucadia
streets are based around. I
also have an interest in astronomy, and like the planetary aspects of Jupiter. With
the blue bottles we wanted
to convey something special, cool, and that people
will notice. We come from
a place in Encinitas where
the blue ocean is a big part
of life and think people will
connect with that and take
the time to repurpose, reuse or recycle the bottles.
leaders while stepping out
of their kitchens to give
back to the communities
that helped build their success.
With several renowned
chefs sharing a kitchen —
many of them often competing for customers at their
respective restaurants —
egos used to get in the way,
but not so much anymore,
Cavin said.
“The goal is to better
the food of San Diego,” he
said. “That’s why we all
keep doing it.”
Each Chef Celebration
dinner offers two seatings.
The cost is $85 per person for the Pamplemousse
dinner and $65 per person
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hours.
Councilwoman Ginger
Marshall said she didn’t
support any changes to current regulations.
“I don’t see the issue,”
she said. “We have a 24-
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vest in someone who is going somewhere else,” he
said. “We want to keep the
people local to better our
city.”
The dinner series gives
chefs a unique opportunity
to unite as philanthropic
Where can folks find your
stuff?
You can always find us
at Encinitas and Leucadia
farmers market! There are a
number of locations around
North County and hopefully more to come soon. We
are in Just Peachy Market,
Mozy Cafe, Fish 101, Waters
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Local Greens, Mantra Yoga
& Juice Bar, Royal and Leucadia Liquor stores, Peace
Pies and Cream of the Crop.
You also have a connection
to Revolution Roasters, who
roast some of the best coffee I’ve ever had.
I’d have to agree with
you that it’s definitely some
of the best coffee around.
The coffee we use is crucial
to the great taste of our cold
brew and working closely
with Revolution Roasters to
get fresh beans every week
Try this coffee now, it’s
is one of the things that good stuff! Learn more at
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ter Cold Brew Coffee come
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T he C oast News Spring block party at studio
SOLANA BEACH —
Rebecca Norman is known
for her unique, limited production jewelry handcrafted at her Southern California studio.
Her modern, down-toearth style is the result of
an adventurous spirit and
vast global life experiences.
Of Australian heritage, Rebecca grew up in
Taiwan, where at an early
age she developed an interest in jewelry.
After moving to the
U.S. in 1985, Rebecca
earned a degree in goldsmithing and in 1999 Re-
becca Norman Inc. was
formed as a creative outlet for her innovative and
modern jewelry designs.
On March 27, the Rebecca Norman Studios at
136 E. Cliff St. in North
Cedros, will be hosting a
Spring Block Party from 3
to 8 p.m.
The 15 businesses in
the studio will be highlighting all of their wares.
The event will feature live music, food,
sample sales and will
also serve as a chance to
network
professionally
and enhance support for
local businesses.
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drawbacks to each of the
options, information the
school board will use to determine whether to amend
the policy or keep it as is.
Gardner
said
she
believes
a
change
is necessary.
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no Hills wound up winning
64-57.
“We were up almost the
entire game, and then Lonzo
just put the entire game on
his back,” said Hovasse, who
said Ball hit a pair of 27-foot
three pointers in the last two
minutes to put Chino Hills
up for good. “Those were just
big shots. It was a bummer,
but that is how basketball is.”
The loss ends a season
that saw the Falcons, which
lost standout junior guard
Brandon Cyrus to transfer
before the season, rattle off
a 19-game winning streak
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or bar as they see fit.
“It’s government overreach,” Kern said. “(People
will soon be saying) let’s go
after fires on the beach, and
people smoking in their own
home.”
Mayor Jim Wood pointed out that 90 percent of
Californians do not smoke,
but are subject to secondhand smoke if it is allowed
on restaurant patios.
MARCH 20, 2015
“Our community is
being unfairly impacted,”
she said. “We have the
least choice. Everyone can
choose their neighborhood
school, but we can’t.”
While Edelbrock, who
couldn’t be reached after
Wednesday’s
announcement, said she was hopeful
the school district would
again provide the space
for the 2015-16 school
year, her concerns were
long-term.
Her daughter, Isabella
Edelbrock, is a 7th grader at Oak Crest Middle
School, and could face the
same predicament as the
students did last year, she
said.
“I hope there is
enough time for the district to find a permanent
solution before she has to
apply,” Edelbrock said.
Isabella does too.
“It would suck if I
couldn’t go here,” Isabella said. “I think the
community should get
first choice.”
from late December until
the Open Division Championship loss to St. Augustine,
and earn the No. 1 ranking in
the U-T San Diego Basketball
Top 10 for eight consecutive
weeks.
Torrey Pines did it without a single Division 1 signee or commit, which, in this
age, is almost unheard of
for a top-rated team. Rather, the Falcons employed a
synergetic approach that emphasized “team” over “we,”
and got strong play from its
seniors- guards Dominic Hovasse, Timmy Saunders and
Jack Beach, and forwards
Marek Sullivan (the Palomar
League Most Valuable Play-
er) and Connor Milmoe.
“I think if any of us
went to any other school in
San Diego, we would be averaging close to 20 points
per game, but we knew we
wouldn’t have been able to
beat Long Beach Poly, Lawndale, Westchester or the other teams we’ve beaten if we
just played individual minded basketball,” Hovasse said.
“We sacrificed stats to look
for the better shot, and it paid
off.”
Most of the players will
continue their careers either
by attempting to walk on at
Division 1 schools or at smaller colleges.
Hovasse said he is con-
sidering walking on at Penn
State, where his father, Tom,
was a standout player, but he
is also waiting to see if Division 1 schools will show interest during the spring.
“I feel I can play at the
Division 1 level,” Hovasse
said. “All I am looking for is
an opportunity.”
La Costa Canyon’s loss
ended the high-school careers of standouts Tommy
McCarthy, Travis Fuller and
Brady Twombly, who will
continue their careers at Division 1 universities. Army
Navy graduates one senior,
standout guard Caleb Morris,
who scored 31 points in the
loss to Price.
Speakers in support of
the ordinance said restaurant workers, children and
elderly are particularly
vulnerable to secondhand
smoke.
Oceanside
resident
Jimmy Figueroa said it
was frustrating encountering fellow diners who were
smoking while his wife was
pregnant.
“These regulations are
important for the health,
safety and welfare of people,” Joe Kellejian, Ameri-
can Lung Association board
member and former Solana
Beach councilman, said.
Earlier city council discussions in 2013 did not pass
restaurant patio smoking restrictions.
Oceanside will now join
Del Mar, Solana Beach, Encinitas, Carlsbad, National
City, Chula Vista and El Cajon that have similar bans.
The Oceanside ordinance spells out known
health hazards of secondhand smoke, which include
lung cancer, heart disease,
and birth defects.
The ordinance prohibits smoking within 20 feet
of a restaurant patio, and
requires owners to post no
smoking signs.
Penalties for smokers
are a $100 fine for the first
offense, $200 fine for the
second infraction, and $500
fine for the third.
The ordinance will
return to council for final
approval
at
an
upcoming meeting.
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lot of improv.”
After visiting New York
a few times and growing
weary of L.A., she “packed
a couple of boxes and headed east.”
“Once I got to New York
things really sort of shifted
and I started booking some
commercials, which is good
for your wallet, and booking some independent film
work, which is what I really hoped to be doing and
where a lot of my personal
interests lie,” she said.
She met Mallis through
a friend. He emailed her a
few days later.
“He told me he had
been trying to cast this film
and thought I’d be really
good for the leading role,”
she said. “He asked me if I
would be interested in coming in to read. And of course
I said yes.
“I read for him and
then I never heard back,”
she added. “So I sent a follow-up email and told him
I just wanted to make sure
this is off the table before I
take another job. He literally forgot to tell me I got the
part. … About seven days
later I was on my way to
Miami and then to Cuba to
shoot this film.”
Harrington said her
family was probably more
nervous than they let on,
but Adam Birnbaum, he
father and Del Mar’s planning manager, may beg to
differ.
“I felt a combination of
joy and excitement for her
to be able to pursue her passion, film making,” he said.
“I was also jealous that she
was going to spend a couple of weeks in a beautiful
place immersed in a fascinating culture.”
Harrington said her involvement in the film was
“empowering.”
“It’s not like booking
a one-day role on ‘Law and
Order,’” she said. “That’s a
wonderful experience and
the pay is delightful, but
it’s so different to be inside
of this film for 10 days with
these people — trapped
with them, literally — but
leaving a really good result
and a really good feeling
for me.”
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