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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 2 August 2007

The credit is part of a $ 40 million settlement agreement from a class-action lawsuit brought by Michael Shames on behalf of affected ratepayers. “For 10 years the city didn’t charge businesses correctly,” Sanders said.“ And the courts basically said that single-fam-ily residences subsidized businesses, so this is paying back the single-family residences for about 10 years of overcharging.” Sanders said San Diego has been in a period of drought for the last two years. Although the rates for water and sewer services would increase for everyone, sewer-service costs will decrease by about $ 3.25 per month for eligible single-fami-ly residents because of a lawsuit filed against the city in 2004. “The cost of water is going up because of the fact that it has to be piped in and because of the fact that we’ve got a scarcity of it,” Sanders said. guage in the bill. Sanders said the higher rates for water is a“ pass-through” increase from the San Diego County Water Authority ( CWA). On June ...

Publication Title: Beach And Bay Press
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 2 August 2007

Going Back to Bank!! LOW PRICE! • 4 BD / 4 BA • Large Lot • View • Pool JIB ifiS B JILL $ ELLERS TOP 1% IN NATION ( 858) 490-6143 | THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 2007 | Oniuw_ FINE HOMES & ESTATES (858) 2 PACIFIC BEACH JEWEL 3-2121 • 845 GARNET AVE. $ 585,000 2 ON 1 CLAIREMONT STEAL! Well maintained 1BR/ 1BA and 2BR/ 1BA duplex with long time tenants. Covered patios and large back yards. Pets allowed and near everything. LINDA VISTA JEWEL! RANCHO BERNARDO STEAL! HONEY STOP THE CAR! Let’s live and play near Sail Bay! 2BR, 2BA condo E-Z steps to Fanuel Park and perfect for first time buyer or rental investment. JUST BRING YOUR TOYS! Just Reduced Too! $ 379,900 What a GREAT 2nd home + super investment! Charming condo close to Beach, Shops, Restaurants & more! Hurry! This will go quick! Only $ 299,000–$ 315,000 Spacious 4BR, 2.5BA home walking distance to shopping center, grocery store, swimming pool & tennis club. Nice private back yard & much more...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 2 August 2007

PACIFIC BEACH $ 699,000 3 br, 3.5 ba unit feels like a home sitting 6 ft above Grand w/ private front yard & unique gated entrance. Newer construction townhome. Maple cabinets, granite counters, plantation shutters. Energy Star rated appls. MLS# 076028434. PACIFIC BEACH $ 899,000 Charming 4 br, 2 ba single-level home with studio over 2-car garage. Bay view from living room. Steps to Crown Point Shores Bay and Park. Laundry in garage. Courtyard/ patio in back. MLS# 076050161. $ 595,000 3984 Lamont St # 1 $ 259,999 1855 Diamond St # 115 SUN 2-4 1836 Reed Ave $ 860,000 $ 949,500 1178 Archer St. PACIFIC BEACH $ 1,169,000 4 br, 3.5 ba in prime location west of Ingraham, north of Diamond and south of Loring. Walk 6 blocks to beach. Large master upstairs with view deck. Plenty of square footage. Large private back yard. MLS# 076056160. PACIFIC BEACH $ 1,175,000 MISSION BEACH $ 1,250,000 Attention Investors… Prime Real Estate… Unbeatable location! Upgraded 4-Plex, less than 1 bl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 2 August 2007

etite ecole La NEWSbriefs NEWS L3 Police arrested Heather Lamb, 24, a resident of San Diego. Fellows said she will also be charged with misdemeanor hit and run and reckless driving for hitting a parked car and trash can near Mission Boulevard and Ventura Place. Fellows said the citizens called the police and directed officers to the driver. The pedestrian suffered a fractured pelvis and dislocated hip. “She drove over the sidewalk between two concrete posts and started driving south on the sand and hit the pedestrian,” he said. “She drove all the way to the south parking lot before citizens detained her.” According to San Diego Police Sgt. Jeff Fellows, the motorist was driving without her headlights on and the victim couldn’t see her coming from behind. Police arrest woman driving on the beach Police arrested a woman for felony driving under the influence and felony hit and run after the she allegedly struck a parked car near 700 Ventura Place before driving out onto the sand and h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 2 August 2007

He added that the Airport Authority could not divert funds to the community without risking cancellation of grants from the FAA. Probate Trusts Wills Inc. Virginia L. Weber, A Law Corporation “An Attorney Your Grandpa & Grandma Would Love!” 619-222-5500 AAkeena Solar at-Mi-f mut wait This year, the panel has levied penalties for nine violations for a total of $ 30,000, Frazee said. The money goes into the Airport Authority’s general operating fund. In 2006, the Airport Authority collected $ 23,000 for 16 violations. If an airline repeatedly violates the curfew, fines are significantly increased, he said. First-time violations carry a price tag of $ 2,000; a second offense draws a $ 6,000 fine and a third violation within a six-month period can cost $ 10,000. The panel, which includes the Airport Authority’s top officials, meets publicly on a bimonthly basis to determine which noise violations will be penalized. Frazee said exemptions include medical emergency aircraft an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 2 August 2007

Anyone who is at least 17 years old and weights at least 110 pounds is eligible to give blood. The Old Mission Beach Athletic Club ( OMBAC) is sponsoring the blood drive, and all donors will receive a free lunch courtesy of the OMBAC Roadkill Cafe. The San Diego Blood Bank Bloodmobile is stopping by the Wave House to accept blood donations Saturday, Aug. 4, from 8: 30 a. m. to 2: 30 p. m. OMBAC hosts Sat. blood drive at the Wave House The community forum will focus on community leaders and cancer patients. The American Cancer Society hopes to highlight that winning the fight against cancer is “We want to use the cancer story to show the impact of being underinsured or not insured at all,” said Lynda Barbour, health promotions director for the American Cancer Society. The forum begins with lunch at 11 a. m., followed by the program at 11: 30 a. m. cancer. The American Cancer Society is hosting a community forum, “Access to Care Community,” on Friday, Aug. 3, to inform the public abou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 2 August 2007

PAUL HANSEN | BEACH & BAY PRESS The San Diego Padres honor new Hall of Famer Tony Gywnn with a statue at the stadium’s Park at the Park downtown before the Friars met the Philadelphia Phillies Saturday, July 21. INCREASE CONTINUED FROMPage 1 Since 2000 the city has had about a 75 percent reduction in result of a previous lawsuit brought against the city on behalf of San Diego Coastkeeper, known as San Diego Baykeeper at the time, and the Surfrider Foundation, according to Coastkeeper attorney Marco Gonzalez. The environmental groups sued the city about seven years ago over the deteriorating conditions of the city’s sewer system, Gonzalez said. The suit resulted in upgrades to the city’s sewer system, enhanced monitoring and reporting of sewer spills through the year 2013, Gonzalez said. “There’s a process that’s still under way,” Gonzalez said.“ We’ve all agreed it’s a pretty done deal,” As the city tackles its water and wastewater issues, Sanders, the Regional Chamber o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 2 August 2007

100 Years Ago: The Folsom Brothers Company placed full-page ads in all three San Diego daily newspapers, offering“ The millionaires’ lots of the future, but obtainable by those in moderate circumstances now.” Pacific Beach lots were being offered at $ 200 to $ 500 each, as low as $ 10 down and $ 10 a month —“ BEAUTIFUL LEVEL LOTS, smooth as a floor, and of mellow, fertile soil, near bay 75 Years Ago: A Beach Paragraphs item in the Evening Tribune noted that“ To promote friendship among those living on Crown Point, Mrs. Ed Anderson gave a luncheon at Gray Gables, followed by an afternoon spent at her home on the point. Covers were laid for Mesdames Ford, Pease, Patterson, McEwin, Huffman, Struve and the hostess.” 50 Years Ago: Mrs. Liesel B. Gardner, of 4264 Fanuel St., was one of three beach-area residents reported to have been attacked by a car full of laughing teenagers. The young punks asked for directions then sprayed Mrs. Gardner with shaving cream before burning rubber. Mrs. G...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 2 August 2007

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 2 August 2007

But during the time the elephants are not ambling about to the fascination of crowds, they stand in chains, circus officials said. Ringling Bros. tethers its elephants when they sleep and eat, according to Aria, so they do not harass each other or defecate in their food. operated under the Fund for Animals. With more than 600 members in the U. S. and Canada, the alliance tries to generate awareness about the treatment of Asian elephants in circuses and zoos by distributing DVDs and pamphlets and holding peaceful demonstrations, according to Lambert. “If people knew what goes on behind the scenes at circuses with elephants and the other animals, they truly would not support the circus,” she said. “If you had a dog and you chained that dog for 20 hours a day, the Humane Society would be after you because that’s cruelty to animals,” Lambert said.“ And if an elephant weighs four tons – bigger than an automobile – it’s worse. When you’re that big, you’ve got to keep circulation going to ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 2 August 2007

On view in the art gallery, the“ Alien” monster is created digitally using veggies for SIGGRAPH 2007, Aug. 4-9 at the SD Convention Center. SUMMER SALE 10 different models under S200 00 brother. OKI w t gp» Canon sharp Panasonic KDGSGDBI IBM O Minolta XEROX. Toner Cartridge Recharging SAVE $ while Helping the environment! ( 760) 233-9785 ( 888) 228-6637 Top quality beach cruiser with alloy parts & stainless steel spokes Kirtrtser 3 Ki^ncj; (nix) Member of the ITEX Cashless Marketplace 900-213-5496 www.itex.CQfm Digital performances at UCSD will include“ Walking into a tures by exploring how people throughout the world use digital media in different ways. “Even for someone who would rather go to an art museum than a technological show, there’s something for them at SIGGRAPH,” Mark said.“ They will find the art gallery very engaging.” The event also features art gallery digital performances and site-specific installations Aug. 4 through 6 at UCSD’s California Institute for...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 2 August 2007

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 2 August 2007

Knight used the money to help his label Death Row fund recordings by the label’s main talent, including Tupac Shakur, Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg. Despite those contributions, numerous other rappers have dissed Vanilla Ice in their songs, including Eminem and Third Bass. That would be his peak. Though few would admit buying a copy today,“ To the Extreme” ultimately sold seven million copies. However, by the time his second single,“ Play That Funky Music,” was released, the honeymoon with America’s music buyers was over. Originally by ’ 70s disco band Wild Cherry, Van Winkle was hit with a lawsuit over crediting. The ultimate damage to his career came when, in an effort to boost street cred, he initially claimed to be from a rough neighborhood. In Music history is littered with one-hit wonders, but few have milked their 15 minutes of fame like Robert Van Winkle, a. k. a. rapper Vanilla Ice. Though he’s recorded numerous albums in his nearly two-decade run as an entertainer, likely the onl...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 2 August 2007

One example is the Microsoft Surface, an interactive tabletop making its first West Coast public appearance at SIGGRAPH 2007. Other intriguing devices include a transparent cockpit that allows a driver to see through car doors; digital paper that allows a reader to view information on a flexible screen the size of a piece of paper; and a host of gadgets that make virtual reality environments more realistic. “The home theater system has evolved over the years, and if you’re curious about what’s coming next, you’re going to see a dozen or so different technological pieces that could be part of what’s going to be in your home, car or office in the next few years,” Marks said. Year after year, the emerging technologies section of SIGGRAPH consistently draws a large crowd. Here, visitors can try out new products that will become commercially available within the next two to 10 years. This year’s show is heavily laden with new display technologies. Hall B Lobby and UCSD. For a complete li...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 2 August 2007

( All statistics and standings are as of July 26.) 809 Thomas Ave • Pacific Beach • 858.270.1730 Happy Hour in Bar Areas Only, Must Be 21 with Proper ID to Enter Upstairs Bar The battle at the top of the division is sure to last through the dog days of summer. With three teams so close at the top of the division, the title might ultimately be decided by who refuses to blink. The team recently made a shakeup to the bullpen, trading setup man Scott Linebrink to the Milwaukee Brewers for three minor league pitchers on July 25. Linebrink was one of the best bullpen pitchers in baseball over the last two years but has struggled in 2007, giving up nine home runs in only 45 innings while only striking out 25. Starters Chris Young ( 1.82) and Jake Peavy ( 2.47) rank one and two respectively in the National League in ERA. They were both rewarded with berths in the 2007 All-Star Game in San Francisco on July 10, along with closer Trevor Hoffman. Much like what has been the story all year, the...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 2 August 2007

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 2 August 2007

Thurs. 8/ 23/ 06, 6pm - 8pm St. Brigid Parish Hall 4735 Cass St. P. B. FREE Seminar R. S. V. P. ( 858) 581-6900 with individuals at the clinic. Tassinari Physical Therapy also works one on one Sponsored by St. Brigid Health Ministry and Tassinari Physical Therapy For more information contact Kessler at ( 619) 236-6405 or McDowell at ( 619) 725-5239. As for the length of the program, it will last for five years and will terminate with the expiration of the district. After five years, both the petition and ballot process must be successfully repeated in order for the TMD to continue operations. The types of services offered by the TMD,“ Revenue generated from the assessment will fund marketing programs to increase tourism and promote the City of San Diego as a tourist, meeting, convention and special event destination that will specifically benefit the assessed lodging businesses. Annual fixed funding will be allocated to the San Diego Convention & Visitors Bureau and the ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 2 August 2007

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 2 August 2007

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 2 August 2007

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