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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 11 March 2010

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 11 March 2010

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 11 March 2010

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 11 March 2010

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 25 March 2010

-air* SEE PCPB, Page 9 Scadden said the PLCSF is doing outreach with schools in the cluster to get their input into the process. “We’re not currently looking at this one solution,” Scadden said.“ This isn’t where all of our effort is going. We’re looking at some different styles of governance.” De Beck has presented the idea to the Point Loma Cluster Schools Foundation ( PLCSF) on two separate occasions, most recently last fall. PLCSF President Christy Scadden said the Peninsula community is lukewarm to the idea so far. With local schools seeking more autonomy from the San Diego Unified School District ( SDUSD), many options are on the table. One of those options is district trustee John de Beck’s Coastal School District idea, which would break schools in coastal communities away from SDUSD. “It’s a group of people who have common interests that want to make their schools better and believe that the kids should be in a school system that has equity,” de Beck said. SEE DISTRICT, Page...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 25 March 2010

$ 835,000 has in OB 2009 community mural permanent new home The 2009 community mural now has a home at the Ocean Beach branch of Union Bank after being placed in storage for several months following last year’s OB Street Fair and Chili CookOff. PHOTO COURTESY BECCA SAFFRAN PHOTOGRAPHY BY REBECCA SAFFRAN | SPECIAL TO THE BEACON The Ocean Beach branch of Union Bank at 1858 Cable St. is now home to the latest community mural created at the 2009 Ocean Beach Street Fair and Chili Cook-Off. Zed Electric installed the 32-foot creation next to the drivethrough window that faces toward Newport Avenue. Zed Electric stored the mural for 6 months until a permanent home could be found. Installation began Feb. 17. The process took 3 days as extra care was needed to guard all eight of the mural’s panels from damage. Janis Ambrosiani, mural artist and owner of Walls with a View, designed the 2009 mural to commemorate the OB Street Fair and Chili Cook-Off ’ s 30th Mural painting begins at 10 a. m. a...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 25 March 2010

Loma! Just like new, this dence has undergone an extensive remodel & the results are stunning. Gourmet kitchen w/ slab granite counter tops. Living room, kitchen & huge balcony all have sit down Bay views. 2 car attached garage w/ additional RV/ Boat parking. Rare opportunity to own a 2 br, 2 ba ocean front condo. Views of the ocean from the living room & kitchen. Large balcony off living room faces the beach. Full sized stacked W/ D in unit. Gated complex with private pool & BBQ area. First time on market! This is move in ready on one of Sunset Cliffs best streets in Sunset View school district! 4 br, 2 ba, hardwood flrs, fplc, newer custom dual pane windows w/ beveled glass mullions. Remodeled kitchen. 2 separate yard areas ( huge lot). 2-car gar & additional off street parking. Ocean Beach | $ 599,000 Just Listed! Remodeled kitchen open to an expansive family room with fireplace. Gleaming hardwood floors in living room a...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 25 March 2010

• District 4 Councilman Tony Young: D • District 5 Councilman Carl DeMaio: F • District 6 Councilwoman Donna Frye: A • District 7 Councilwoman Marti Emerald: C- • District 8 Councilman Ben Hueso: C- • San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders: D- The report card also judged council members on a political appointment of a candidate to the San Campaigning on environmental issues from the beginning, Frye said she still cares deeply about the environment. Asked whether the report card would influence any future decisions about the environment:“ It’s certainly something I pay attention to, but I’ve never got a bad report card,” Frye said. The report card paints Faulconer as somewhat unfriendly toward environmental issues, but“ for them to say that is not fair and not accurate,” said Manolatos. The report card also came down hard on Faulconer. Faulconer helped bring about the beach alcohol ban and he supported the cigarette-butt ban policy, which helped rid the beach of trash left by holiday weekend ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 25 March 2010

Another reason is that it feels better at the moment to say yes to someone than to say no. None of us likes to be rejecting, and this is perhaps where the gender difference comes in. Women generally are more attuned to the needs of others, more consciously dependent on relationships. I do it, all my friends do it, everyone I know does it. We all say,“ yes,”“ OK,”“ I’ll do it,” when we don’t want to. It can be a favor for a friend, additional work for an employer, a helping hand to a co-worker, an errand for a relative, a committee we don’t want to sit on, a fundraiser we don’t want to attend. Why do we say yes when we really mean no? Do women do it more often than men? I believe they do. After I have said yes, agreed, committed myself, I often regret it. By then, it’s too late. If it is hard to say no, it is 10 times harder to say,“ I’ve changed my mind.” So why do we do it? “I’m just a girl who can’t say no,” goes the song. In the case of the musical, her problem was saying no to m...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 25 March 2010

“All of the tenants included will be doing something very different,” Dial said. BY ANTHONY GENTILE | THE BEACON at During the Spring Fling, most of the events will be held at Ingram Plaza at the corner of Rosecrans Street and Roosevelt Road. Old Town Trolleys will provide shuttles to transport people throughout Liberty Station. For more information, visit www. libertystation. com. from the merchants at Liberty Station. “It will be a great way for people to get around the community and see what we have to offer,” Dial said.“ We’ll have lots of fun activities and everything is free.” A free concert featuring local classic rock cover band Rockola starts at 2 p. m. Rockola describes itself as“ America’s pre- miere classic rock experience.” “They’re all over San Diego,” Dial said. “They’re really fun and they make it really exciting for the kids.” Organizers of this year’s Spring Fling and Easter Egg Hunt say the event will be bigger and better than last year. The event takes place at L...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 25 March 2010

Priced at $ 759,000 ( 619) 838-9400 “Serving my clients with knowledge and integrity!” Email to mariehuff@ aol. com View the MLS from my website at MarieHuff. com The Liberty Station chapter falls under the umbrella of Kids Korps USA, a national 501( c)( 3) nonprofit youth volunteer organization that engages young people ages five through 25, in community ser- she said. “I approached Kids Korps USA and our school principal for support at school where we had a strong community but no ongoing community outreach. Bringing in an established youth service organization was a perfect fit and we had an overwhelming response our first year,” To further children’s self awareness, Kelly Moore, Liberty Station Kids Korps chapter leader, realized it is equally important that children are taught to give back. She established the Explorer Elementary School Kids Korps chapter in 2007 and this year, with the help of chapter leader Jana Fortune, Moore has created a Liberty Station Kids Korps chapter ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 25 March 2010

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 25 March 2010

“My goal is to bring my aviation experience to issues concerning Lindbergh Field and the community. Lindbergh is obviously too small for an international airport, and both the region and the community need a solution to find an alternative site for an international airport,” MacCulloch said. “The current plans for build out at Lindbergh aren’t realistic and as it is it’s an inadequate airport.” • GEOFF PAGE Page has lived in Point Loma since 1980 and has owned and operated port. com. Shumaker is an incumbent and has been a local architect for the last 40 years. During his time on the board, Shumaker said he has been involved with numerous projects around the community and is a supporter of form-based code heading into the future. His ideas for airport relocation can be found at www. moveair- • PATRICIA CLARK Clark has lived in Point Loma for five years and is a retired accountant and edu- Khalil is an incumbent of the PCPB and has served as chair of the board’s Airport Committee for...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 25 March 2010

PLNU commuters help Haiti, environment Fresh & Easy officials say they plan to bring the program back again this fall 2010 and will soon start accepting registration forms from local schools. For more information, visit www. freshandeasy. com/ shopforschools. “At a time when school districts across the state are faced with difficult budget choices, it is important for companies like Fresh & Easy to step in and help,” said Bonnie Reiss, California Secretary of Education.“ We are ecstatic that Fresh & Easy is contributing more than $ 450,000 to California schools as part of their Shop for Schools program this year.” spent at a local Fresh & Easy store from Sept. 15 through Dec. 31. Fresh & Easy officials said the schools are now free to use the money they raised for whatever they need most. “Plant With Purpose was so established in Haiti that their current relief efforts are managed completely by local Haitian staff,” said PL...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 25 March 2010

In addition to the Werners, the San Diego NOOD regatta crowned 19 other fleet champions this weekend, including six other San Diego sailors. All fleet winners were awarded with trophies. Sperry Top-Sider NOOD regatta series. As the overall winners in San Diego, the Werners are invited to participate in the NOOD Championship Regatta in the British Virgin Islands in November to compete aboard Sunsail 39s against the overall winners from each of the eight other stops along the After taking first place in the J/ 105 fleet largest boat class of the event with 18 vessels— Doug and PamWernerwere named the overall winners. The San Diego couple co-skippered the Javelin to four firstplace finishes and a second-place finish to end the regatta with six points— a 14-point differential from the next-closest competitors, Dennis and Sharon Case, who were the 2009 San Diego NOOD champions. More than 1,000 sailors from throughout the United States set sail last weekend to race in the Sperry Top-Sider...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 25 March 2010

Authentic, Delicious Gluten Free ?\zzk Nov Available To Eat In or take out At: $TIU.RlDlNG?IZZ;A.COrVl 877-618-168"* Fellow captain, senior Zach Skarbic, is a returning all-Western League second-team player at shortstop. Skarbic and senior catcher Sean Stepina are the only two senior starters on the squad. Both would like to end their high school careers with the Pointers taking their first CIF title since 1982. “Our hitting has been a challenge,” Wear said.“ Our pitching is really strong this year. The defense always comes around. We just have to keep that consistent. But if we hit well this year, we’ll go far.” and defense being Point Loma’s foremost assets. The staff ’ s top three consists of junior Kellen Urbon, sophomore Connor Baits and junior Campbell Wear. Wear, a team captain, echoes Posternack’s urgency for consistency in all aspects of the game. talent. freshman Tyler Majofis showcase Point Loma’s ability to produce top helm,“ Coach P” is fostering a hungry, energized and...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 25 March 2010

THURSDAY · MARCH 25, 2010 THE PENINSULA BEACON SPORTS OB’s Magers aims for U. S. team win in Mexico City Rowers will put on their best display of muscle and grit March 27 and 28 during the 37th annual San Diego Crew Classic on Mission Bay. COURTESY PHOTO www. theredsails. com Red Sails Inn 2614 Shelter Isltand Dr. San Diego CA 619-223-3030 Excluding Holidays All Entrees come with choice of soup or salad lULL/diH Purchase of $ 30 or More. Food purchase only. One coupon per party. Please present coupon when ordering. Not valid with any other offers, or lunch specials. Valid at Liberty Station location only. Valid for DineIn, Delivery, or Take Out. Peninsula Beacon OOFFFF OGGI’S ECONOMIC RELIEF BY AMBERLY DRESSLER | THE BEACON al. It’s an introduction to the sport for those who have never seen it; to sit on the shore, to mingle with the athletes, to enjoy a day at the bay.” The main gate opens at 6 a. m. both days. Tickets are $ 7 for adults. Children under 13 and active military perso...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 25 March 2010

10:30 39.00 pert 00 chile i unc Make your 551 Open Daily 6am-3pm The Venetian Try our new happy hour menu, 4– 6 p. m. daily. Featuring food & drink specials. If visuals get your Italian cuisine appetite in gear, The Venetian is your restaurant forevermore. The food has best been described as California-Italian, which simply means you can expect great fare without a lot of heavy sauce, the way some other places think Italian should be done. The pastas and chicken entrees will command your serious attention, as will the tidy bar and the family-style menu. Anything else you could ask for probably doesn’t exist. And did we mention the great service? Pacific Beach iSSi (iwm'f .1iv. (HS»)270-YOLK \$Q..OO off] Any Entree \ M ■iiin BriH mmi Tmm jka tai ■ ■■■ ppnr I I I The Broken Yolk Café The Broken Yolk Café offers a large selection of home cooked meals in a comfortable and casual atmosphere. There are over 20 different omelets to choose from as well as a wide variety of other...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 25 March 2010

ence’s imagination.” He prefers showcase events like this event, featuring six artists playing short sets. His repertoire actually goes back to the 1940s for folk standards, with touches of jazz and country. But it’s the singer-song-writers who get the biggest play. “I know about half of Jim Croce’s portfolio and about three dozen Paul Simon tunes, but what I play depends on the crowd,” Land said.“ I usually mix it up pretty well unless an audience steers me into a certain genre.” While Land said he enjoys all aspects of the local music scene, he“ likes open mics, but I think there are just too many of them run by people who do not understand sound engineering. They’re starting to be like Karaoke bars and the level of quality is suffering from that.” “The purity of the message, as in the ’ 60s, combined with stronger musicianship, is a good combination for durability,” Land said. Though Land performs his own material, he’s become known for a large and eclectic set of hundreds of cov...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 25 March 2010

with purchase of a 1/(1 paj»i! ad or larger! • Saturday, March 27, 7: 30 p. m., Coronado lyric soprano Diane Alexander performs a rare recital at Point Loma Nazarene University’s Crill Performance Hall, 3900 Lomaland Drive. Alexander has performed with the Washington National Opera, the Houston Grand Opera and the San Francisco and New York City operas. Tickets are $ 15 for adults, $ 12 for students, seniors and military. For tickets or information, call ( 619) 849-2325, or visit www. pointloma. edu/ musicalendar. Over 75.000 will be delivered door-lo-door to homes and businesses phis dropped at Ira I Ho tourist lucatiuns provide your business with excellent visibility. Just part of the family • Through March 27, the San Diego Watercolor Society hosts a month-long exhibit called“ At Face Value.” About 75 original water-media paintings will be on display Wednesdays through Sundays from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. at the gallery, 2825 Dewey Road # 105 at Liberty Station. Admission is free. Fo...

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