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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

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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

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 8 April 2010

Lisowski’s body was discovered by other inmates March 25, setting up a rare postmortem sentencing hearing May 7 to put the homicide case to rest. Toxicology tests are still being analyzed by the county Medical Examiner’s Office to determine the cause of death of convicted killer and Ocean Beach resident Henry Lisowski, who was found dead in his jail cell last month. Clark, Shumaker elected in round two Second runoff needed to decide final PCPB seat Sheraton Hotel given ‘ all-clear’ Members of a city engineering team discuss earthquake-related damage to the Sheraton Hotel and Marina with fire officials after a powerful temblor rocked the hotel Easter Sunday. PHOTO BY JIM GRANT I THE BEACON BY ANTHONY GENTILE | THE BEACON JAY SHUMAKER PATRICIA CLARK BY KEVIN MCKAY | THE BEACON Patricia Clark – 264 ( 51.6 percent) Total ballots cast: 512 ( 257 to win) Jay Shumaker – 264 ( 51.6 percent) March 25 PCPB runoff election results The latest election will be held from 4 to 8 p. m. at the Herve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 8 April 2010

A pedicab ordinance enacted by the City Council in October is one step closer to enforcement. City officials have completed the distribution of 250 restrictedzone decals to pedicab owners and operators, said Lt. Tim Saelens of the San Diego Police Department’s Traffic Division. In addition to limiting the number of pedicabs allowed to operate in restricted zones, the ordinance also establishes rules governing mandatory use of seatbelts, parking areas, passenger seating requirements, exterior markings and lighting, and posting of fare schedules. Saelens said pedicab owners and operators had also complained there were too many bicycles operating in the area and the increased competition made it difficult to make money in pedicab operations. Saelens said the city began exploring issues involving pedicabs several years ago when a group of business owners, residents and pedicab owners approached the city with a variety of concerns, including safety hazards, traffic congestion and acciden...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 8 April 2010

Il'iliI d.um.s iupinst the ;t*h aims inJunr) and cnllcclcd sif .11 cull the Mandelbrot If You Or Someone You Know Hov* B*tn Drognousd Wilfi Mculholrbmo Or Lung Cancer After Exposure To Asbestos, You May &e Entitled To COMPENSATION "Pnof results do nol guarantee luture ouloomes. FREE CONSULTATION AND EVALUATION .MjjWH Sirocl. Suilc AO). Kun FruikrisiiL CAl1MI <H Ocean Beach | $ 699,000–$ 749,000 Ocean Beach | $ 2,759,000 riiiieani Imancls] compensation. For a frcccc Law I irm I nil free *l |.KiH]-97ll-l!l S I i.V*7X Asbestos Legal Center Wearing a dazzling smile and an elegant fuchsia-colored evening gown with spaghetti straps and sweetheart neckline, Alyssa Goncalves was crowned Miss Cabrillo Festival 2010 at the Miss Cabrillo Festival Pageant on March 28 at the United Portuguese S. E. S. Hall. Goncalves, 21, was crowned by Janessa Garcia, the 2009 Miss Cabrillo. First runner-up was Katherina La Coco and second runner-up was Marissa Armijo. Mistress of ceremon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 8 April 2010

The item has not yet ready for a City Council vote. City Council members instructed the City Attorney’s Office to draft a regulatory ordinance during a March 24 meeting of the city’s Land Use & Housing ( LU& H) Committee. A law to control medical marijuana shops in San Diego is beginning to take shape without a cap on the number of cooperatives allowed to operate in the city. The city charges an $ 8,000 deposit for a Process 4 permit, but costs can quickly escalate if the project is controversial and more staff time is required, according to Glenn Gargas, a project The draft ordinance: District 1 Councilwoman Sherri Lightner, who represents La Jolla, made a motion to impose stricter requirements than proposed by the Medical Marijuana Task Force set up by the city. Under the draft ordinance, dispensaries would be banned from areas designated as commercial neighborhoods and commercial visitor zones, as well as from residential areas. In La Jolla, dispensaries w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 8 April 2010

3BD, 2BA MINT CONDITION HOME ON HUGE LOT! TONS OF UPGRADES! DETATCHED GARAGE, MUST SEE! Suhail Khalil rest of the planning board and be an integral part of that and to complement the others that are now serving and will serve,” Clark said.“ I’m thinking of focusing on Parks and Recreation. There are more parks needed and I’d like to investigate and see what space is available for new parks.” Shumaker said he will address zoning — Note: Candidate Kirk Mather has now dropped his name from the ballot following the first runoff election. broker and has a background in finance and investment capital ventures. His work involving the airport can be seen at www. pcpb. net/ airport. html. Khalil is an incumbent of the PCPB and has served as chair of the board’s Airport Committee for the last three years. Khalil is a commercial real estate Geoff Page Page has lived in Point Loma since 1980 and has owned and operated OBcean Builders, Inc. for the last eight years. He previously served on the P...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 8 April 2010

event. Floatopia. An additional 10 lifeguards were on standby for the duration of the “I’ve heard both sides of the story — that people really liked the event, that people had a good time and also community members that were concerned about the number of people in one location,” Hasenauer said. But the day after Floatopia was not a typical Sunday. It took four maintenance workers six hours to clean the park and the trash had to be taken to seven dumpsters around Mission Bay Park. “The park generated enough trash for eight dumpsters and a dumpster holds 800 pounds, so we had 4,800 pounds of debris or 2.4 tons of refuse that was collected by staff,” Hasenauer said. been mixed. Hasenauer said she was glad that no one was injured during Floatopia. Feedback she received from the event has Park and Recreation The city’s Park and Recreation Department was left to pick up the pieces Sunday morning, March 21, cleaning up the trash left behind in the park. Park and Recreation Deputy Director ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 8 April 2010

ing.” “If I’m feeling really bad, I’ll always attempt to paint because somehow it makes me feel better,” Pye said.“ I get so focused on my painting and it’s so meaningful to me that I think it kind of walks me through whatever I’m feel- sional career. Pye will have a collection of her art showcased at the San Diego Fine Art Society ( SDFAS) Hollywood Glamour Ball in downtown San Diego on Saturday, April 17. The exhibit,“ Launch Pad,” celebrates Pye’s completion of the SDFAS Mentor Program — a yearlong intensive program designed to launch talented artists into a profes- “The neurologist said that it possibly had gone degenerative and the prognosis was really five years of any realistic quality life,” Pye said.“ At that Pye said her true launch point as an artist came two decades ago. In 1989, she owned her own mortgage company in San Diego and painted on the side when she started having physical and neurological problems that doctors couldn’t pin down. The following year, Pye was dia...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 8 April 2010

PUBLISHER Julie Mannis Hoisington ( 858) 270-3103 x106 jmannis@ sdnews. com EDITOR Kevin McKay x131 beacon@ sdnews. com EXECUTIVE EDITOR John Gregory x130 bbp@ sdnews. com REPORTER Anthony Gentile x135 anthony@ sdnews. com ACCOUNTING Heather Glynn x103 Patty Angley x120 Accounts Receivable AD CONSULTANTS Mike Fahey x117 Jason Gregory x116 Sheri Starko-Jones x147 Marjorie Kirby x122 Michael Long x112 Ashlee Manzo x123 Heather Snyder x115 Deborah Vazquez x118 CLASSIFIEDS MGR. Heather Snyder x115 heather@ sdnews. com CLASSIFIEDS Kim Donaldson x140 kim@ sdnews. com Steve Lieber x111 steve@ sdnews. com PRODUCTION MGR. Casey Dean x107 casey@ sdnews. com PRODUCTION Chris Baker, Anna Magulac PHOTOGRAPHERS Don Balch, Ronan Gray, Paul Hansen, Jim Grant Putman, Patricia Greenberg CONTRIBUTORS Scott Hopkins, Bart Mendoza, Neal Sebastian Ruiz, Hillary Schuler-Jones, M. Walsh, Joel Racicot, Joseph Greenberg To learn more about how NHA changes 1/ves, visit Neighborhood House \ssociation www.neigh ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 8 April 2010

In certain circumstances you can name a trust as a beneficiary and it can get the same rollover treatment. Check with your financial institution and your estate planning attorney. The benefit of a rollover IRA is that the funds can continue to have tax deferred treatment. The interest income and dividends will not be taxed until the money is taken out of the IRA. The event is open to the public, and Solare will provide small snacks. Organizers said the evening will serve as a means to educating participants about the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life event on July 10 and 11 at Liberty Station. Hundreds of participants are expected to turn out for the relay, where participants will come together to camp out, walk, enjoy bands and raise awareness and money to fight cancer. For more information, visit www. relayforlife. org/ PtLomaOceanBea chca. Those who are unable to attend but who want to be involved may email nadine_ plobrelay@ yahoo. com. The happy hour takes place from 5 t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 8 April 2010

A short film will screen interviews with three local survivors and military liberators. Two of the survivors will attend the ceremony. “It’s really very educational for younger people to meet some of the survivors,” Haney said.“ They read about this in history books and learn about it in films but when they meet christinagilmoremck- mail ay@ netzero. com. Tickets are $ 10 at the door. For more information, call ( 619) 255-8639, visit www. rileysmusiclounge. com, or e- ments for the Correia Band. BUILD A BETTER BODY! Our RN’s will oversee the caregivers to make sure the client is comfortable with the caregiver and that they are following the care plan and needs of each client. If there is a problem, such as an elevated blood pressure, our RN’s can call the physician, obtain a verbal order for any changes and educate the family and caregivers. We can also accompany the client to doctors’ visits, to make sure the physician has a clear picture of what’s going on at home. WEEKLY CLASSES ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 8 April 2010

2**5 jre Sweet the-Vine Cherry Tomatoes 78< ns ta Maria oli SEE DOCKS, Page 15 BY ANTHONY GENTILE | THE BEACON Jack Kelly, Navy commander, 90 OB I T UARY have never boarded a fishing vessel a Among the highlights of this year’s Day at the Docks is a star-studded lineup at the Catch, Prep and Cook Center. Among the guests will be Fiddler’s Green head chef Steve Rock preparing white sea bass in a ginger and lime marinade, Scott Wagner from ChileCo Catering and Julie Frans, owner of Dining Details personal chef services. Another treat is the fleet open house, which will give those who “That whole series should be very interesting this year,” Miller said. chance to peek around. Miller said this is a rare opportunity. “If someone has not been aboard a one of the boats in the fleet before, they need to take this opportunity and walk down the docks and walk on board,” Miller said.“ There are very few times during the season where you’re going to see this many boats to walk throu...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 8 April 2010

March 15. Summer School {June 21-July 3D For more information call 858-569-7900 x4236 or visit online at www.francisparker.org/surrirner. Credit & Enrichment Courses Grades 4-Ad Arts, Computers, Language Arts Math, Science and Study Skills Academic & Enrichment Classes t> June 23-July 23 Strength & Agility, Baseball, Basketball, Football, LAX, Soccer Skills & Strength Building Gamps M WL [> June 21 - July 30 FullfiHalf Day *. *ni it>. i■ t*MitzT-mL* .in this summer. www.supercamp.com • 800-285-3276 Marcos, UCLA and Stanford At Cal State San Summer Camp at San Diego Junior Theatre! Join us at Balboa Park or the VMCA Fire house in the Village of La Jolla. One and two week camps for ages 4-18. Specialty, performance and advanced camps available. Students enrolled may audition foe Disney's Mr Son Piiioccfiio. and Fame, Register online at JuniorThcatre.com or call (619) 239- t 'A 11, 3 Tennis, Volleybal Wate...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 8 April 2010

“A significant percentage of the membership comes out, participates and walks around and says hello,” Campbell said.“ A lot of times that is the only day you will see them.” For more information, visit www. sdyc. org. • At the end of the month, Southwestern Yacht Club ( SWYC), 2702 Qualtrough St., will celebrate its 85th Opening Day over a three-day span. SYC will have Fiesta Friday on April 30, Closing Day ceremonies on May 1 and Opening Day ceremonies on May 2. Highlights of SYC’s Opening Day include boat judging, music and a parade of club boats. For more information, visit www. southwesternyc. org. • If you spot a dinghy sinking on Mission Bay on Saturday, April 17, don’t panic. That tradition is part of the 83rd annual Opening Day ceremonies at Mission Bay Yacht Club ( MBYC). Other traditions are the commodore racing against the club’s juniors across the bay and a sail-by parade of the club’s fleet. The ceremony will include live music and a raft-up in front of the clubhouse. F...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 8 April 2010

took over the club when it had just six squads. Today, it has close to 40. A win this summer in Kansas would mark the club’s first-ever national championship. Gins’ championship vision for the team could come into fruition for the first time. He wears many hats for Albion SC — including director of coaching — and The league is only open to the top eight teams in the country for each age group. Albion skated through the competition, compiling a 6-1 record. Albion’s dominating performance handed the team of local ninth-and 10th-graders a berth in the National Championship in Kansas in July. From Robb Field in Ocean Beach to soccer fields in Las Vegas, North Carolina and beyond, the talented players who make up Albion SC Boys Under 15 White know how to win. The Noah Ginscoached competitive club soccer team recently wrapped up a U. S. National League Championship. DOCKS CONTINUED FROMPage 11 San Diego Sportfhhing Landings Harbor Drive & Scott Street In Point Loma Marine Art,...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 8 April 2010

■wltiim Jmi*% imilr IWplrJiivT iih.l- i-j<: Mexico ples’ music, he has managed to release three albums to date, including Red and Blue from a trilogy he has dubbed“ Primary Colors.” Jay’s music is a kaleidoscope of influences without musical boundaries, taking in jazz, rock, soul, blues and more — sometimes in a single Musical jack-of-all-trades Jefferson Jay tends to make an impression. A larger-than-life figure with a razor sharp wit, the sharp-dressed Jay arrived in San Diego from New Jersey in 2000, quickly becoming a fixture in the local music scene. A tireless combination of promot- er, songwriter and quirky musician who promotes a local music series at the La Jolla Athenaeum, Jay’s home turf is actually the Portugalia restaurant. Jay hosts a regular Tuesday night open mic night at the venue as well as weekly music showcases. Though Jay spends the lion’s share of his time helping to promote other peo- ■ * 9 * » H n i it J* m ' ~~ it i humor, such as in the tune“ Daw...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 8 April 2010

For more information, visit www. laurieann. com. For more information, visit www. laurieann. com. The Marine Corps finalists include Capt. Jason Actis’ family in Oceanside, Sgt. Daniel Myrick’s family in Fallbrook, and Lance Cpl. Justine Wallaces’ family in National City. The Navy finalist is Chief Warrant Officer Danny Jones’ family in Chula Vista. The Marine Corps finalists include Capt. Jason Actis’ family in Oceanside, Sgt. Daniel Myrick’s family in Fallbrook, and Lance Cpl. Justine Wallaces’ family in National City. The Navy finalist is Chief Warrant Officer Danny Jones’ family in Chula Vista. ilies will be awarded the makeover. ilies will be awarded the makeover. Alhough the contest originally called for only three finalists, McMillin Ray said she was hard-pressed to whittle down the list to three Alhough the contest originally called for only three finalists, McMillin Ray said she was hard-pressed to whittle down the list to three $10.00 1-800-PET-AAOBILE HQ I mm Off J Flea h...

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