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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 30 April 2009

respectful and their properties are well-kept. Nancy Kramer said she has poured thousands of dollars into furnishing her 30 rental properties and that she seeks responsible tenants who will respect her property. She said residents upset with poor behavior in the neighborhoods are confusing vacation rentals with mini-dorms that house too many college students. Kramer said she rents her residences to families in town for occasions like weddings, funerals, graduations or reunions or to see a soldier off to Iraq. “If I had my choice, I’d take a clean, well-maintained vacation rental next door over too many students crammed into a house anytime!” Kramer said. keep her home. But for other neighbors, the rental properties degrade their quality of life. Jennifer Sprofera said the vacation rentals are“ commercializing” the neighborhoods and she wondered about the legality of the rentals in the SF zone. “The city prohibits commercial use in a residential neighborhood,” she said.“ The city cha...

Publication Title: Beach And Bay Press
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 30 April 2009

$35 per person with wine tastings, The three-course tasting menu wilt features delicious Spring lamb in a variety of preparations and ends with a Blackberry Peach Cobbler. Divas that Drink: Wednesdays. 5 to 10 p.m. Featuring half price wines from female winemakers. Happy Hour: Monday to Friday. 5 to 10 p.m. Ask for our "five for $5" menu, featuring food and cocktail specials for $5 each, organization can I wonder how much more our take… Terry Grier SDUSD Superintendent Lisa Bonebrake said the idea of creating a separate coastal district is interesting but that the whole district must work together. “I want to see the whole district come together and break into smaller groups rather than the coastal district break away and say we’re going to be the rouge district,” Bonebrake said.“ I want to see the board work together. We offered our hand to work with the board and they need to offer their hands to each other to work together. I’m done with politics. Our children are in the details....

Publication Title: Beach And Bay Press
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 30 April 2009

Just wait ’ til the City’s plans to ration water hits them. We’re in for a sober, count-the-gallons summer. As a flower garden designer, I’ve been following the water crisis closely. The Anderson household’s reasoning is this: The more we save inside, the more for plants and flowers outside. Our front-loading washing machine really helped ( a big expense, but worth it). In the kitchen, a new misty sink aerator automatically limits us ( turn it high and you take a bath!). Our crummy hot water system helps too– I fill three buckets with five gallons of shower warm-up water for outside container plants. Kitchen warm-up ( using plastic juice containers) keeps four backyard birdbaths fresh. “Eve’s Garden Guide… Still watering your grass daily? Here’s how to limit that. Switch to three times a week immediately, adding a few minutes each session. Then reduce, one minute a week. We switched from three days to twice a week, same method, and the grass never looked better! Deeper roots, sturdi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 30 April 2009

GREAT FOOD WINGS $2.00 OFF Any Breakfast or Lunch Entree 1 J Open Doty AflOtnn - l-D^pm UNIQUE BURGERS IL m BREAKFAST Served ‘ till 3pm Daily I "Ule've Got Huevesr mm 1 Ptcifictauk I ■Siiin-.r-.t.- £uri*fcir=--*^ WiFcnfateJW. f*r«JJ(*-riJJ A» BCtamYa **rar JJ3 am AUt EAT DRINK & CH IL M-F 3PM-6PM HAPPY HOUR ½ PRICE PITCHERS / ½ OFF ALL WINGS $ 1 OFF Bottles, Mugs & Wine FREE WINGS! Buy Any Size Order of Wings and 2 Beverages at Reg. Price, Receive the Same Size Order of Wings FREE. Dine - In Only with this Coupon. Not Valid During Happy Hour or Tuesdays. Not Valid with any other offers. Expires 05/ 31/ 09 www.ftiEbrDkenn3ftcate.com 710 Garnet Avenue 858-483-7844 Happy Hour Open to close - any beer plus any shot = $ 7.10 / Late Nite Happy Hour 9PM to close. Any Beer + Any Shot = $ 7.10 OU Sooner football headquarters Live music 9pm to close ( 710bc. com for show info) Happy Hour Noon to 7: 10pm / Live music 9pm to close ( 710bc. com for show info Happy Hour 1p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 30 April 2009

FlttNCH * AMtklCAN www. sdfrenchschool. org summercamp@ sdfrenchschool. org As summer approaches many of the children in our community will go from days filled with the familiar structure of school to ones of loneliness with the television and video games providing companionship while parents work. For over forty years, the Community Campership Council has provided memorable summer experiences for deserving San Diego children by funding a week at camp in partnership with 21 area American Camp Association accredited camps. We believe that the camp experience helps kids get to know our outdoors world, make new friends, learn new skills and values and socialize with a diverse group of campers. This broadens their perspective about the kind of life they can build for themselves if they work hard, treat people fairly and set goals for themselves. You can help. Visit our web site at kidsto camp. org or call Beth Huss at 858-268-9888. Expanding the Horizons of San Diego Youth "My Favorite ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 30 April 2009

For more info contact Coach juniors@ zlac. org, zlac. org Andrew Kong 858-274-7826 ZLAC Summer Learn to Row Camp la to Mi rhjny Join us at Balboa Park or the YMCA Firehouse in the Village of La Jolla, One and two week camps for ages 4-18. Camps begin 6/15, 6/22, 7/6, 7/20, 8/3, 8/17, 8/24. Specialty, performance and advanced camps available. Students enrolled may audilion for Disney's Mutatt Jr. and Les Miserabtes. Summer Camp at San Diego Junior Theatre! (619) 239-1311 or online at JuniorTheatre.com Register online at www. tcslj. org 2225 Torrey Pines Lane, La Jolla, 92037, 858-454-0184 nith rfiwinj". I In ultima)* crju»*i|Hin! • Hum i ilk 111? payfiiuK wjircn nfMnKicia Way • Ttmlic ctJlcgt schiilarUiip *pon fur riirh • litvdipp ufiiuiitjj lfiun frteniihifjti Cpmp I: July 15-24, Mud -FH ("amp i: Aug. J-J 4. Mon -Frt 4-6 p.m. '275 Jun iurb&'/Ucur}; email L..ii!.i 1 r ' ■ (,'ourii A mlrvu Konji At i H5HI 274-7H24 [ SUMMER CAMPS ] 9 Thursday, April 30, 2009 San Diego Junio...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 30 April 2009

MID VrARS AND BEYONC Hie Bishop's School C «r max/ trrcf/imi iftrltt/fn* UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO STANFORD • UCLA - HARVARD ■ JOHNS HOPKINS + more! DieitalMediaAcademy.org 866-658-3342 (toll free) 7 Balanced Camp: Technology and the Outdoors Finding a jTAl DIGITAL MEDIA SAVE ONLINE Code; DMASD1 SESSION DATES BEST DAY CAMP IN SAN DIEGO ITS FOR EVERYBODY 83SS CliffridgeAve.Ls Jolli CA 92Q37 858.453.3-483 lajolla.ymcj.org For more information on these camps, including dates, and on other DMA camps for kids and teens, please visit digital mediaacademy. org or call 866-656-3342. One concern of parents sending children to computer-based camps is how active the experience will be. Will the whole day be spent in front of the computer? How can I balance my child’s interest in technology with my desire for them to have a physically active camp experience? One option is to sign up separately for computerbased camps and for sports camps. The costs, however, can add up quickly. An alt...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 30 April 2009

dren create their own patterns, learn to apply adhesive and grout their own pieces. Playtime at Claytime Counselors come from around the world and help teach campers the YMCA Camp H. R. Erdman is located on the breathtaking North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii. Nestled between the Waianae Mountains and pristine beaches of Mokuleia, the camp provides an ideal environment for children to grow and stretch their boundaries. VT4 The Winston School - presents , The Academu of Arts mm vfeual arts drama [ SUMMER CAMPS ] 11 Thursday, April 30, 2009 www. beachandbaypress. com Tennis Camp The tennis camp at UC San Diego will help players understand the fundamentals of stroke production, strategy, tactics and conditioning. The camps will be run by UC San Diego Men’s Tennis Coach, Eric Steidlmayer and his assistant, Timmer Willing. The coaching staff consists of both men and women from the college teams who have extensive collegiate as well as regional/ national junior experience. It is a great chance to...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 30 April 2009

• Convenient Location peninsula.ymca IT'S FOR Summer Fun at TRADITIONAL * SPECIALTY Warren-Walker School offers Adventure and Fun this Summer! options — Art Camp, Game Camp, and Science Camp. Art Camp teaches children drawing and painting techniques, including T-shirt and hat painting, as well as craft-making such as origami, puppetry, castle building, and more. Our exciting Science Camp will have tons of handson experiments, gooey concoctions, and scientific investigations. Children will head into outer space, learn why and how to“ Go Green,” and enjoy a Safari adventure! Each ‘ scientist’ will wear a lab coat and keep detailed Warren-Walker School is offering an adventure-filled summer for children 3 years old to entering 6th grade. Prekindergarten students will do the“ Boot Scootin’ Boogie and the Hula” as they travel through a different state each week experiencing hands-on activities, music, water play, and crafts. Each week-long camp is taught by our own experienced teachers. ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 30 April 2009

Players of all competitive levels are welcomed. Entry for a team of four costs $ 150 that includes lunch and raffle prizes. Discover PB is also seeking sponsors and in-kind donations. Visit www. pacificbeach. org for entry forms, call ( 858) 273-3303 or email sara@ pacificbeach. org. These difficult economic times call for a hard drink, er, think, Dirtbags hosts“ Rock to Riches” book party store Dirtbags in Pacific Beach advises Lee Silber. The music will pull together the genres in its book release party for“ Rock to Riches: Business Lessons Learned From Rock Stars.” Free and open to the public, the evening kicks off at 7 p. m. at 1135 Garnet Ave. The night features music, a rock fashion show and stories about well-loved rock bands. For more information visit www. dirtbag. com The event will benefit the Surfrider Foundation, as well as celebrate the brewery’s 20th anniversary. Tickets are $ 20 in advance and $ 25 at the door. Parking is limited, and free shuttles will run from the ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 30 April 2009

www. sdhumane. org/ walk, ( 619) 243-3408 May 2 San Diego Humane Society and SPCA’s 15th annual Walk for Animals, registration begins 7: 30 a. m., walk 9 a. m.-noon, Crown Point Shores, Clean-up of Pacific Beach Point, north of Tourmaline Beach, 9-11 a. m., organized by PB 7th graders, gloves and bags are provided. Email Kyle Ketchum, kketchum@ sandi. net. RONAN GRAY | BEACH & BAY PRESS Clean PB Day, sponsored by Pacific Beach Town Council and Beach Area Community Court, 8 a. m., meet 1503 Garnet Ave. Room for one more? Nine-year old Ciara and Sean Gray, 5, of Pacific Beach encounter a sea lion pup while kayaking in Quivera Basin with their mother Kathy Miller on Easter Sunday. The sea lion attempted to join the children and mother in their kayak but opted instead to shuffle into another boat that had pulled along the deck. The startled boaters quickly shooed him off their boat. The sea lion had a yellow tag on one flipper and appeared to have a couple of fish hooks in h...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 30 April 2009

r A [ DAI. IT OA "ARK 1549EIPrado 619,557.9441 j£r' p= — ipm-epm Addis 4996 W Pt Lo™ Blvd 619224.2&84 (12 & under) 3 Course Menu Buffet Brunch 10am-2:30pm 554.95 Adults Children 6-12 SI 5.95 under 6 free Complimentary Champagne ,cjay dinecrg.com 3 Course Menu C» PACIFIC ™ EVAS) MWI1 ,V l28<urvder$,2M 333 N Pac* St at Oceamide Pier 760.433.3333 880 Harbor Island Dr 619.298.6802 3 Course Menu 1 lam-7pm S49 95 Adults KidimermS12 95 (12 & under) NEW! GUILT FREE THURSDA Ex Chill Night Experience Ex Chill Cocktail Specials $5 HENNESSEY'S TAVER MARKS THE SPOT moved to San Diego after graduating from Arizona State University in Raised in Arizona, Hanshaw spent many summers sailing on Mission Bay with his father. He Events Committee. task of promoting PB as part of the city’s Business Improvement District program ( BID). Each business pays the city a fee for the area BID as part of its business license, and the city reimburses Discover PB for it...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 30 April 2009

atet») {contaminated with LEAD) Universal Kiioba (60 m: {contaminated with LEAD) ( j. I !M \T[-: M'TkK I Yaiu- [Ml rn tablets {contaminated with lead} FOR A FREE CASK EVALUATION CONTACT: sage.” Beyond Bone Density! ft Sara Marti, PT, US, KS A FREE Interactive Workshop Saturday. May 2nd at 10:30 am La Jolla YMCA , 8355 Cliflridge Ave. (858) 453-3433 [ SPORTS ] 16 Girls find a place of their own BY ADRIANE TILLMAN | BEACH& BAY PRESS Mon Tues CLOSED CLOSED Wed 10: 30am– 6pm Thurs & Fri - 6am– 6pm Sat & Sun - 6am– 5pm 858-272-3521 OPEN 1808 Garnet Ave. Pacific Plaza II OPEN A parent of two basketball athletes at the high school, Kristen Victor spearheaded the project and wrote the grant with Jennifer Tandy, another parent at the school. Pat Hom, president of the Parent Teacher Organization, and Crystal Frasca, head of the PE department, assisted the effort. “There was no financial support offered whatsoever [ by the school],” Victor said.“ I approache...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 30 April 2009

Ten-unit condo project, plus retail near USD, Del Mar, water view home. Buy, or lease option 21,000 ft Kearny Mesa office building. Idaho Resort F & C $ 695,000, 36 ft sale boat. Try your sale, exchange ideas? Geo. Jonilonis, Rltr. 619 454 4151 NEW ROOF UP TO 2000 SQ. FT House Only $ 3000., 20 Year Roof, Call for details. Secure Home Improvement - Dave Massey - 760-546-0243. Visit us online www. securehomeimprovement. com. Lic # 590834 Income Opportunities DEL MAR WATER VIEW HOME lease swap or sale. 10 unit condo/ retail project near USD. Idaho resort on Salmon River. Pacific Beach Motel. 22,000 Sq Ft Kearny Mesa Office building. All for sale/ exchange. 619 454 4151, Realtor Geo. Jonilonis Career. * Underwater Welder. Commercial 321-0298. FAST FOOD DISCOUNT CARDS Fast Food Discount Cards that never expires. 24 Restaurants including Arbys, Wendys, Pizza Hut, Krispy Kreme and more. Cost $ 20. R. T. 3115 WhiteHorse Road PMB 177, Greenville, SC 29611. ( 864) 295-5551 SOUTH O...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 30 April 2009

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 30 April 2009

STAY, SEE & DREAM SAN DIEGO Just Listed! Staci Malloy Four fabulous 2-and 3-bedroom NEW construction condos in the heart of Pacific Beach! All units are move-in ready with private garages, outdoor living and many upgrades! A Must See! 858.490.6129 www. stacimalloy. com Fu Elide* 5#r USD SAN LUCAS AIRFARE MAY BE REIMBURSED THESE PROPERTIES ARE BANKRUPTCY PROOF! PACIFIC BEACH Karen; 61P-379-11W * Mike: 6&38**B8 Dunn. PEMTO^^J # 1 in customer Service, Very Reasonable The House Doctor Rx All Trades. All Problems. Fixed. Cell: 011-521 ( 624) 121-3183 Office: 011-52 ( 624) 144-4169 Fax:011-52(624)144-3365 Fax: 011-52 ( 624) 144-3365 U. S. Ph: 1-858-926-5891 jimkelly@ remax. net Luxury Condominiums * New construction * Secured building & parking * Two blocks to beach For Sale bv Alex Rojas & Steve Cairncross SB? $ 1,589,000 $ 987,500 $ 4,795,000 Andrew Jabro 858-525-5498 Cindy Wing 619-223-9464 Sue Walsh 858-864-4116 $ 940,000 Pete Buntemeyer...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 30 April 2009

liiUllJrf 809 Thomas Ave' Pacific Beach * CA * 92109 * 18501270-1730 | THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 2009 | www.HlchsatthBBeach.com Best Traditional Breakfast at the Beach Saturdays A Sundays 9am- 2pm Daily Lunch Specials eft From 11:00am to 3:00pm Monday thru Friday Make Your Mother's Day Reservation Today! Kitchen Open Til 1:00am Nightly Three Course Friday Only $2 0.0 0 Man 2009 Starter (Choice of One] Cup of Soup-Greek Salad-Bacon Cheese Fries TomboSalad Entrees [Choice or One! Fresh Fish Draft Beer Fritfay-25% Oft Bottles of Wine Saturday & Sunday-SO Coots Light Pitchers Daily Bar Specials Monday- Happy Hour 4 to Close Tuesdai/s-S2Taeos&S5 Margaritas Wednesday- $5 Whiskey Drinks Thursday-SB Burger Fries & Grilled uvltn Salsa Fresca and lime Butter Sauce lamualay a Pasta Wolfs Jambalaya Over Penne Pasta Surf & Turf flat Iron steak aJumbo Shrimp in cnipode Marinade Desserts [Choice of One) Ice Cream~Bread Pudding~Creme Brulee Available After ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 14 May 2009

$ 500,000 that includes blue recycling containers for Mission Beach’s roughly 3,500 the city an estimated alleyways. The new truck, which will be dedicated to the recycling program, will cost truck known as an“ AlleyCat.” That truck is already occupied with trash collections in Mission Beach and parts of Downtown that also have narrow truck will be purchased to navigate the narrow alleyways of Mission Beach. Chris Gonaver, director of the Environmental Services Department, said the city currently has one such be replaced by a recycling program. A specially designed million and generated almost $ 7 million in revenue from the recycled materials in 2008, according to San Diego City Waste Reduction Program Manager Stephen Grealy. “Last year we collected 80,000 tons of commodities,” said Grealy referring to the recyclable elements of the trash. He anticipates that the city will collect about the same tonnage this year but that the revenue will be lower. “With the commodities markets the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 14 May 2009

JUST REDUCED $ 965,000–$ 998,000 CENTURY211ST. COM 858/ 273-2121 Lovely, contemporary, 3-bedroom, 3-bath totally redone with high end finishes. European-style kitchen with black granite counters and stainless steel sink. Fireplace, beautiful landscaping and more! Forever views and near everything. 11 FOUR BRAND NEW TOWNHOMES! PB INVESTMENT OP! DON’T PASS THIS ONE UP! CHRIS BYRUM 619/ 788-2361 i 1 IMMACULATE CLAIREMONT 2BR! STARTING AT $ 625,000 Gorgeous 2BR/ 2.5BA & 3BR/ 3.5BA. Three stories, patios, balconies, stainless appliances, granite counters, breakfast bars, A/ C, living & dining rooms, laundry rooms, alarms, 2-car garages + spaces and very low HOA’s. You must see! Major value in the land. Detached house on lot zoned for up to 3 units in great location just 3.5 blocks to the beach. Build your dream home or rental investment. FROM $ 296,900 2BR/ 1.5BA townhome wth canyon views. Berber carpet & laminate wood flooring, private balcony, covere...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 14 May 2009

Zimmerman said DUI checkpoints, bicycle officers and Shelley Zimmerman. Police officials said they have recently focused on traffic enforcement to deter criminal activity. The number of citations police issued reflects a 140 percent increase in citations handed out compared to the same period last year. Pacific Beach, Mission Beach and La Jolla Shores have seen a 16 percent decrease in crime in January, February and March, as compared to the same time last year, according to Northern Division Capt. Stay Classy charity event May 2 at Mission Bay Park. Neighbors reported noise com- plaints, a number of vehicles parked on the grass and turf and uncovered power cords, according to McKenzie’s report. report • Northern Division crime Mission Beach and near Tecolote Shores. • New cell towers A Verizon Wireless representative presented plans to install six antennas along Quivira Road, according to Stacy McKenzie, Mission Bay district manager. Experience The park committee voted to forward t...

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