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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 20 August 2009

Friends of Rose Creek meets the first Wednesday of every month at 6 p. m., Pacific Beach Recreation location. p. m. Ongoing: Pacific Beach Town Council holds beach area cleanup on the first Saturday of the month, 9 a. m. to noon. Call ( 858) 483-6666 for Pacific Beach Town Council’s Safe & Beautiful Committee meets the last Thursday of the month at 6: 30 p. m. at Knox Chapel, behind PB Presbyterian Church on 1675 Garnet Ave. Aug. 27 Wednesday of the month, 6: 30 p. m., Pacific Beach library, 4275 Cass St. Discover Pacific Beach Board of Directors meets at noon on the first Tuesday of the month, 1503 Garnet Ave. Discover PB committee meetings, 1503 Garnet Ave.: Design and Improvement, second Tuesday of the month, 4 p. m.; Hospitality Task Force, third Wednesday of the month, 1 p. m.; Promotions, second Wednesday of the month, 3 p. m.; PB Special BRIEFS CONTINUED FROMPage 9 donor or Half-Century sponsor at $ 50 should contact the PBTC at ( 858) 483-6666. Tickets for the ev...

Publication Title: Beach And Bay Press
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 20 August 2009

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 20 August 2009

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 20 August 2009

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 20 August 2009

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 10 September 2009

SEE BRAZIL, Page 8 Less thunder this year Unlimited hydroplanes sanctioned by the American Powerboat Racing Association ( ABRA) series will not be included in this year’s Bayfair races due to the high expense of hosting the big boats. “Basically, their price package is $ 170,000,” which includes prize money and sanctioning costs, said Bob Davies, Bayfair race director. “This year we’ve lost almost $ 200,000 in sponsorship money, so the numbers just did- B ayfair, the world series of powerboat racing, roars onto Mission Bay Sept. 1820 as competitors vie for critical points while the 2009 powerboat racing season winds down. This annual event is known to locals as a time of thunderous racket reverberating from the bay and a chance to join the throngs of curious gawking at fast boats and the vast amounts of effort and expense thrown into keeping them competitive. n’t pan out.” The cost to host the ABRA race was in addition to the park fees and city services fees the Bayfair committee ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 10 September 2009

2009, 3BR, 3BA condos offer beach living at its best. Enter through leaded glass door to living area with fireplace. Granite counters, stainless appliances and modern accents. 2nd level has large master suite & balcony. Enjoy summer nights on the roof-top deck. REDUCED AGAIN! $ 949,950 CENTURY211ST. COM 858/ 490-6100 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. CENTURY211ST. COM 858/ 490-6100 FOUR ADORABLE COTTAGES! PB INVESTMENT OP! LOVELY SAIL BAY CONDO! FURNISHED INVESTMENT PROPERTY! 2 GREAT PB INVESTMENTS! 490-6143 IN NATION ELLERS AND A GREAT PRICE TOO! PRICETOO! $ 830,000 All 1 bedroom, 1 bath with on-site coin laundry, off-street parking in front of the units, three of the units have stoves and fridges, 3 are currently rented and 2 tenants are relatives and long-time renters. Gr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 10 September 2009

BY ANTHONY GENTILE | BEACH& BAY PRESS Hilgers, 44, has lived in San Diego for all but two years of his life and was a member of the first graduating class at Clairemont. He also graduated from UCSD. “We’re working really hard on being ‘ Team Mission Bay,’ trying to create a community,” Hilgers said.“ We’re working really hard on developing relationships with all the community groups.” Hilgers said at a school like Mission Bay – where many students are bussed in – the challenge is communication. Hilgers aims to reach out to all the communities in San Diego that have students at Mission Bay. Clairemont. Hilgers has also worked at Crawford and Clairemont high schools and Marston Middle School. Hilgers served as vice principal at Mission Bay from 20022005. Before becoming principal, he was principal at the Creative Performing Arts Middle School in “We have to increase the level of teaching and learning in the classroom,” Hilgers said.“ We have to support teachers and student...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 10 September 2009

ram Sept. 19 I Love A Clean San Diego will herd thousands of volunteers on Saturday, Sept. 19 to clean 80 coastal and inland sites from debris. Join the multitude in Pacific Beach from 9 a. m. to noon, and choose from three meet-up sites: Santa Clara Point – meet at the bathrooms at the end of the parking lot; Pacific Beach Drive – meet at the end of the drive in the sand; Belmont Park – meet at the grass south of the rollercoaster. Visit cleanupday. org. Eric Silverman rides the tube during the International Flow Championships US Qualifier competition held at the Wave House Aug. 21. The Wave House Athletic Club offers free classes in swimming, yoga and more at Belmont Park Sept. 26. See listing on page 17. DON BALCH | BEACH & BAY PRESS Meals on Wheels will host its annual Cirque de Cuisine featuring lavish food stations, circus performers and music on Sept. 13 at 4 p. m. at the Hilton San Diego Resort at 1775 East Mission Bay Dr. Tickets cost $ 150 per person or $ 1,500...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 10 September 2009

Lifeguards estimated that 1.1 million people visited San Diego beaches over Labor Day weekend — Saturday through Monday — and that lifeguards made 521 water rescues, lifeguard Lt. Andy Lerum said. during Labor Day weekend Lifeguards make 521 rescues A blue-capped lifeguard representing the Pacific Beach and Mission Beach team races in the Ron Trenton Memorial Lifeguard Relays Aug. 21 in Mission Beach. The MB-PB team won the competition named after lifeguard Ron Trenton whose single-engine plane disappeared in 1997. ON THE RUN Capt. Chris Ball, a 20-year veteran of the police force, is replacing Zimmerman. Ball lives in Clairemont and has children who attend Pacific Beach schools. “We can’t do everything by ourselves, so it’s important to bring as many stakeholders together to discuss these issues and work together to discuss the needs of the community,” Zimmerman said. Zimmerman said she hopes local residents continue to play an active role in Northern Division communities. “I am ve...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 10 September 2009

It’s a shame that the fools who voted for the alcohol ban at the beach weren’t bright enough to know that they would just drive the drinkers and partiers inland. PB was like a huge house party. I have watched PB change for forty years from residential to a party place. If you want to live in PB, you should enjoy what you can and quit complaining about the rest. Accept the fact you live in a beach area or move to a quieter neighborhood. community. Rather than complain about the growing problems in your neighborhood, please get involved. Rather than demonstrating an attitude of“ my part of town,” how about realizing that the entire town is“ your town?” Diane Faulds Crown Point/ Sail Bay Pacific Beach Town Council and Discover Pacific Beach boardmember Sandra Conklin Pacific Beach Father Serra arrived in these parts and things Remember the old Indian village of Rinconada out by the mouth of Rose Canyon? Oh, that’s right – you weren’t here in 1769. That’s when Pacific Beach Historical S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 10 September 2009

The Coast Guard discovered a diesel fuel spill approximately 500 yards long in Mission Bay near Seaforth Marina on Aug. 27 at 8 a. m. The diesel spill had dispersed and the Coast Guard was not able to clean it up, said Henry Dunphy, a petty officer for the Coast Guard. Dunphy called the spill“ relatively small.” Water to some homes and businesses was shut off until 3 a. m. the next morning, Collins said. Mission Boulevard was closed Aug. 25 and 26 as repairs were made. At 9: 10 p. m. the city received a report of a water main break on Ingraham Street just south of Beryl Street. Water to the 4700 and 4800 blocks of Ingraham was shut down until 7 a. m. the next morning and a section of northbound Ingraham was closed during repairs until 8 a. m Wednesday. There were no reports of flooding to residences or businesses from either of the breaks, Collins said. A 6-inch concrete water main broke, causing a 15-foot-wide hole, said Arian Collins, supervising public information officer for the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 10 September 2009

organic farming, including reduced nitrate leaching into groundwater, improved soil fertility, improved water infiltration rates and increased crop productivity, especially during dry years. Organic farming is the answer.“ The land has so much capacity to give, but we have to understand its needs.” “Organic” refers to the way agriculture products – including foods and fibers – are grown and processed. Organic farmers, in general, use no chemical fertilizers, herbicides, pesticides or defoliants and use only natural pesticides on their crops when absolutely necessary. “Certified Organic” labels stand for a commitment to a system of agriculture that strives for balance with nature. When you buy organic foods, your choice protects the health of future generations, yourself, and farm workers by keeping cancer-causing pesticides off of plates and out of farm environments. This choice also protects water quality by supporting farms with no petrochemical runoff; preserves topsoil because o...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 10 September 2009

CHARGERS SEASON PREVIEW Chargers loaded with talent BY BOB HURST | BEACH& BAY PRESS It will be up to the San Diego District Attorney to decide if charges will be filed. Merriman missed all of last season due to knee surgery and the team was looking forward to having the 6-4, 265-pound linebacker back to bolster the Chargers pass rush. “I was concerned about her welfare given the intoxicated state she appeared in and I encouraged her to stay until safe transportation could be provided,” Meriman said in a written statement. Merriman and Tequila were seen together at the Stingaree nightclub downtown on Sunday night before the incident. Tequila reportedly accused Merriman of physical abuse as she tried to leave his home Sunday morning, signing a citizen’s arrest warrant charging Merriman with false imprisonment and battery. Formal charges had not been filed as of press time Wednesday, and it remains likely the former Pro-Bowler will start on Monday night against the Raiders....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 10 September 2009

Chicago Bears fans celebrate a big play at their favorite team bar, 710 Beach Club in Pacific Beach. FILE PHOTO Chicago Bears fans. 710 Beach Club boasts a pair of 12-foot highdefinition TVs and nine plasma high-definition TVs. On Saturdays, In addition to being the home of the San Diego Bills Backers Club – the local fan chapter of the Buffalo Bills – 710 Beach Club, 710 Garnet Ave., is also a watch spot for claim to be home to the Raiders. CHARGERS UNIQUE BURGERS ON TARGET For pro fans who don’t care for the Chargers, many local bars are home to fans from all different teams. Incidentally, none of them In Pacific Beach, Chargers fans can drop in on Pacific Beach Shore Club, 4343 Ocean Blvd., or Dirty Birds, 4656 Mission Blvd. Dirty Birds serves up nine different flavors of wings, from dirty to diablo. A host of local bars cater exclusively to Bolts backers. In Mission Beach, Chargers supporters flock to Saska’s, 3768 Mission Blvd. in North Mission Beach. With the college football ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 10 September 2009

Chargers QB Philip Rivers looks to exploit the Raiders defense Monday night. FILE PHOTO San Diego at Oakland, 7: 15 p. m. Monday Sept. 14 TV: ESPN All-time Series: Raiders lead 54-42-2 Last meeting: Chargers won 34-7 at home on Dec. 4, 2008. Game Day: The Chargers want to avoid what happened in the first two games last season – losing both by a combined three points. Philip Rivers shouldn’t have any problem throwing the ball. Oakland has something to prove and could provide a tough test in the first half for the Bolts. Noteworthy: San Diego has won 11 straight games over the Raiders FOX FOX NFL Sunday – co-hosted by Curt Menefee and Terry Bradshaw, with analysts Howie Long, Jimmy Johnson and Michael Strahan. Top teams will be Joe Buck and Troy Aikman; Ron Pitts and John Lynch, and Chris Myers and Trent Green. Former NFL players Lynch and Green are new to the team this season. Noio-goctrftti HIGHSPEED ONLINE Every Game, Every Sunday! / Doors Open 9:OOAM Breakfast Served Until 2:OOPM ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 10 September 2009

cake.” ond world title is just icing on the “To accomplish it once was huge. To accomplish it again, I don’t know how to feel because I’ve already fulfilled many of my dreams,” Smith said.“ To get a sec- “It’s an honor to achieve something that great in my realm of surfing,” Smith said.“ It’s something as a child that I worked for and really dreamt about – winning a world title in surfing.” Smith entered the competition having already won the title in 2007. She said the emotions surrounding her second title felt a little bit different. For Jen Smith, world surfing championships have become habit. The 23-year-old Pacific Beach resident won the Roxy Jam in Biarritz, France in July – her second Association of Surfing Professionals Women’s World Longboard Title in three years. Longboard contest showcases vintage surfboards SEE JEN SMITH Page 18 Contest Rules: • Photos must be taken by an amateur photographer and must be shot within the 92109 zip code — between January 2008 and today. Lo...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 10 September 2009

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 10 September 2009

Tonight, 7 p. m. sandiegomusicawards-. com BY LORALEE OLEJNIK | BEACH& BAY PRESS Musicians recognized at Music Awards serve to highlight the city’s finest restaurants. In the past, it’s been very good for business, packing out eateries during slower weeknights ( events run Sundays through Fridays), in a slower time of the year. Not only does Restaurant Week San Diego Restaurant Week is sponsored by the California Restaurant Association’s San Diego chapter. well as beach-area favorites such as JRDN restaurant and the Fishery. No special tickets or passes are required for Restaurant Week. However, reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling the restaurants directly or by visiting www. sandiegorestaurantweek. com. BY BART MENDOZA | BEACH& BAY PRESS The face of this year’s restaurant week is San Diego’s Sam the Cook- “Everyone realizes it’s tough economic times. You have to offer even more value,” said Lehn Goetz, owner of Café Coyote and pre...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 10 September 2009

[T/ThRMKII UN u v v u\i PRESENTED BY S i g n O n SanDlftfla. c om THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 24,2009 5:00 PM -9:00 PM Limited Advance Tickets $35 • Day of Event $40 Stroll the streets of Little Italy, the Financial District East Village, the historic Gaslamp Quarter and Horton Plaza Shopping Center on a selfguided walking tour of over 60 delicious restaurants for one low price! FINANCIAL DISTRICT • LITTLE ITALY • HORTON PLAZA •GASLAMP QUARTER * EAST VILLAGE - FREE SHUTTLE throughout the Downtown Districts with your ticket <£S& ASSB San due go v " vi pacific iHmHms Mower: Sept. 19, 8 p. m., Cane’s Bar & Grill, 3105 Ocean Front Walk. $ 15. 21 and The San Diego Jazz Musicians Guild’s series of concerts at Tango Del Rey have offered local jazz aficionados an embarrassment of riches in recent weeks, but it will be hard to beat the Paul Seaforth Trio’s appearance at the venue on Sept. 13. Seaforth has released two albums: “When Did You Leave Heaven?” in 2003 an...

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