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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 11 October 2007

located at: 5264 MT. ALIFAN DR. SAN DIEGO, CA. 92111 is hereby registered by the folllowing owner( s): JIM FRANCIS This business is being conducted by : AN INDIVIDUAL The transaction of business began on: 10/ 01/ 04 The statement was filed with Gregory J. Smith, County Clerk of San Diego County on SEPT 11, 2007 Issue Dates: SEPT 20, 27 OCT 04 AND 11, 2007 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 2007-031910 THE NAME( S) OF BUSINESS: J & M PAY PHONES Issue Dates: SEPT 13, 20, 27 OCT 04, 2007 located at: 2308 AMITY ST. SAN DIEGO, CA. 92109 is hereby registered by the folllowing owner( s): LORI K. BERTGES, SHAWN SPANIER This business is being conducted by : AN UNINCORPORATED ASSOCIATIONOTHER THAN A PARTNERSHIP The transaction of business began on: 09/ 06/ 05 The statement was filed with Gregory J. Smith, County Clerk of San Diego County on SEPT 05, 2007 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 2007-031142 THE NAME( S) OF BUSINESS: SSAFE MORTGAGE NOTICE OF APPLICATION ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 11 October 2007

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 11 October 2007

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 11 October 2007

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 11 October 2007

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 11 October 2007

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 11 October 2007

I ttfc if* \ 0 KATHY EVANS 92109’ s Top Producer ( 858) 488-SELL ISellBeach. New 2BR + Den Minicastle with 220 sq. ft. roofdeck, yard + 2-car garage $ 959K New 3BR T’home with bay view roofdeck + 3-car garage $ 719K 3BR/ 3.5BA, 1650 sq. ft. new townhome 1 block to Sail Bay $ 749K West of La Jolla Blvd., new 2BR + Den T’homes starting at only $ 759K * M Delightful 2BR/ 2BA with hardwood floors, high ceilings + 3 balconies $ 499K Newer 2BR/ 2.5BA with open floor plan, sky deck with fireworks & bay views $ 519K Across North America, RBMAX Aqenls averaqe more experience , M . , "t.. .. RE/MAX. Nobody sells more rea and more sales per agent than other pctatp real estate people. RELINK Coastal Properties www.remax-coastal.com i For Rent in ALEX J. ROJAS wlml REALTOR" Mission Beach Cottage $ 640,000 I Mission Beach 1 Bed, 1 Bath, steps to the Ocean 1 Bed, 1 Bath, steps to the Bay 1 Bed, 1 Bath, steps to the Beach 2 Bed, 1.5 Bath, close to Bay, 2 parking spaces $ 900 / mo. * 900...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 18 October 2007

Ml X 1 kr ! SEE ALCOHOL, Page 6 Progress on parking proposal inches forward Piloting L-39 Jets, The Patriots Team hit the smoke during an acrobatic exhibition at the Miramar Air Show. SEEPARKING, Page 11 Spooky Schools Halloween haunts and spooky fun return to PB’s school carnivals over the next two weeks. 9 6: 23 p. m. 12: 26 a. m. 12: 39 p. m. 7-8 ft. 9-11 mph Low: Size: Wind: SUNDAY 7: 10 a. m. Hi: SATURDAY Surf Report Low: 5: 19 p. m. 11: 44 a. m. Hi: 6: 56 a. m. Size: Wind: 4-8 ft. 6-11 mph Waiver Request Mayor Sanders asks the EPA to waive a $ 1.5 billion wastewater upgrade requirement. 5 Homecoming Nailbiter The Bucs show their skills at homecoming, beating Serra High 31-28 in overtime. 15 11 BY SHANNON MULHALL | BEACH& BAY PRESS KIRBY YAU | BEACH & BAY PRESS The committee hopes to have a final community-wide plan by the end of the year. NcNeill does not, however, believe that a pilot program would create lasting change in Pacific Beach. “We’re going f...

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

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 18 October 2007

$ 3,700,000 3917 Ocean Front Walk SUN 12-3 3434 Sterne St. $ 599,000–$ 619,000 Seller’s Motivated! Charming 2 br, 1 ba tucked away in a great Point Loma neighborhood. Owner has taken great care of this home. Close to freeways and schools. Home warranty included. MLS# 076054928. Wonderful home for entertaining! Pristine home 5BR/ 3BA, 2340 appx sf. on large 13,420 appx sf lot! New gourmet kitchen, $ 200K in upgrades, paint, molding, appliances, and new 12x42 sundeck with trek deck over covered patio & gazebo with views. MLS# 066100570 PACIFIC BEACH $ 1,175,000 Great north Mission Beach location! 2 Units - 2BR/ 1BA each. 40 steps to ocean. Vacation Rental Potential & ample parking Close to Catamaran Hotel & the Blue Sea Lodge. MISSION BEACH $ 1,395,000 SUN 1-3 1178 Archer St. $ 949,500 $ 839,000 1229 Archer St. SUN 1-4 4185 Mount Alifan Pl H $ 209,000–$ 225,000 815 Tangiers Ct. $ 899,000 PACIFIC BEACH $ 619,000 Absolutely stunning 3 br, 2 ba, first-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 18 October 2007

\n international network of independently owned" and" opera ted'real* estate offices 2w II Coastal Properties-The Real Estate Leaders www. remax-coastal. com KATHY EVANS 92109’ s Top Producer | THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2007 | Gorgeous Sail Bay Penthouse steel appliances. Take in the bay views from the kitchen, or while relaxing in the living room and balcony. Offered from $ 1,295,000 to $ 1,395,000 call David Today to Preview this Home ( 858) 414-LIST ( 4578) Enjoy bayfront living in this 2-story, 3BR/ 4BA, spacious 2,189 sq. ft. condo that feels more like a home with 17-ft. vaulted ceilings and an open loft area, plus an extra large bonus room. Amenities include a community pool and Jacuzzi area overlooking a sandy beach at the water’s edge. The upgraded kitchen includes granite countertops and custom tile and is complimented with GE Profile stainless 858.414. LIST ( 5478) DAVID R. INDERMILL & ASSOCIATES fTlALEXJ. ROJAS t/lM REALTOR" PACIFIC BEACH CONDO $ 275,000 STUNNING ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 18 October 2007

The mayor’s decision to pursue the waiver hinged on the report as the city approaches a December deadline for the waiver application to the federal Environmental Protection Agency. The waiver is good for five years and would be the third waiver sought since 1997. While maintaining his decision was based primarily on the environmental data, Sanders also cited economic reasons for seeking the Sanders asked the group to analyze data collected from around the Point Loma Wastewater Treatment Plant outfall about 4.5 miles off the western coast of the Peninsula. Headed by Paul Linden, professor of environmental science and engineering and director of the sustainability initiative at University of California, San Diego, the team released its final report at last week’s conference. “The team of scientists from UCSD and San Diego State and myself thoroughly reviewed all the data available from the city [ outfall] monitoring program,” Linden said.“ We found no indication that there was any har...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 18 October 2007

Thurs. 10/ 25/ 07, 6pm - 8pm St. Brigid Parish Hall 4735 Cass St. P. B. FREE Seminar R. S. V. P. ( 858) 581-6900 Sponsored by St. Brigid Health Ministry and Tassinari Physical Therapy Light refreshments will be served • New information on foot and ankle pain and surgery • Stretches and exercises for walking • The specific walking/ running shoes that are best for your feet FREE Blood Pressure Check FREE Check-up at Tassinari Physical Therapy Mayor Jerry Sanders favors Ver- “I would ban people who cause problems... Drunk people should not go to the beach,” Young said. Young said the low number of arrests was not a good argument for an alcohol ban, saying there were thousands at beaches on Labor Day. Referring to the disturbance on Labor Day, Faulconer said,“ We can never allow that type of incident to happen again.” Faulconer supports Version D, the strictest ban, which would bar alcohol consumption year-round at all public beaches, bays, all coastal parks south of Tourmaline Surfing ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 18 October 2007

“[ The program] puts the onus on the patrons to be responsible and identify the people who is going to drive them home, or at least think about how they’re going to get home,” Nicholls said. Short for“ Who’s your designated driver?,” the program is part of the communitywide effort to lower the number of drunk drivers driving in the area, said Benjamin Nicholls, executive director of Discover Pacif- ic Beach. Going out for drinks with friends? First, answer one question: Who’s your DD? That’s the question servers at about 20 bars and restaurants in Pacific Beach will be asking patrons at the start of the night as part of a new program to keep drunk drivers off the road. Several community leaders, concerned residents and bar owners gathered in front of Bareback Grill, 4640 Mission Blvd., Oct. 11, to announce the start of“ Who’s your DD?” secret-shopper program aimed to keep servers and managers alert and consistently asking their customers“ Who’s your DD?” Servers and managers spotted...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 18 October 2007

have been given fair notice that we take an incident of drunken riot most seriously and that way, every community will Give notice to every community that a third such incident shall result in a permanent ban on public drinking in that community, for that event. That of public drinking, in that community, during that event, for a certain time. Instead of paying consultants exorbitant fees to install expensive parking meters, lets promote free bus service. That’s where our tax money should go. We could actually make a dent in our traffic problem and save our environment. No a bad investment. Of course, it won’t appeal to the gang who are out to make a profit. for many workers. Public transportation is a necessity and a rational solution to traffic and pollution problems. If we want more people to use buses, they must be affordable and easily accessible. Some folks, who ordinarily do not use buses, may actually hop on a bus instead of driving their car. Danny Morales Ocean Beach Tanja...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 18 October 2007

The Pacific Beach Kiwanis Club is holding its 30th annual apple sale Thursday, Oct. 25, in the parking lot of the Pacific Beach Tennis Club, 2639 Grand Ave., from 7: 30 a. m. to noon. For additional information contact Kari McKone ( 858) 274-5274. Raffle prizes include surfboards by Skip Frye, Hank Warner and Mast Surfboards. “It is really pretty cool. A lot of people have donated some great stuff to the big raffle,” Paculba said. Tickets are $ 20 and include a no-host bar and food provided by Taco Surf. The benefit was organized to help Palacio with medical expenses after he was diagnosed with lymphoma, according to PB Surf Club founder Glenn Paculba. “Mike is going to have a lot of expenses while he deals with his treatments,” Paculba said.“ So everyone is kicking in to help with this fundraiser.” boards for Palacio benefit Frye, Warner donate The Bahia Hotel will host a benefit for“ Hawaiian” Mike Palacio, A popular longtime bartender for the hotel Sunday, Oct 21, from 5 to 9 p. ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 18 October 2007

School is back in session, marking the end of the sizzling summer season and the beginning of the crisp fall sweater weather. While San Diego slowly transitions from summer to fall with the green leaves changing to their autumn brown, the city also prepares for the spookiest season of all. While the majority of the holiday’s events cater to the older crowd, there is fun offered for young children and the whole family. Haunted attractions can be found throughout the city at varying costs. San Diego’s favorite haunts come back to life for Halloween, the scariest season of them all, with events for every age. Food such as carne asada tacos, hot dogs, cotton candy and snow cones will also be for sale. Admission is free fun for the whole family. The carnival features a DJ, a silent auction, a cakewalk, basket raffle games and a haunted pirate maze. Bay Park Elementary 58th Annual Halloween Carnival The Bay Park Elementary PTA invites the community to its annual Halloween carnival, Saturd...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 18 October 2007

■ All Types of Roofing Repairs ■ Solar Systems • Residential Rc-Roofing Specialist •SkSflt' Shake Roof Cor vers i i>ns 1ECW IHXmQ. HC HALLOWEEN CONTINUED FROMPage 1 PARKING For more information visit www. monstermanor. org or call ( 858) 693-8558. Lite Frite runs Oct. 20-21 and 2728 from 12: 30 p. m. to 4 p. m. Tickets are $ 5. The Night Haunt runs Oct. 12-13, 19-20 and 26-31 from 7 p. m. Tickets are $ 10. shopping center. to 8: 30 p. m. at Crown Point Elementary, 4033 Ingraham St. The free event includes Halloween carnival activities, complete with games, candy, food, raffles and live music. Making sure that businesses have ample parking needs to be a priority, said Sandra Richardson of Holistixs of San Diego. Congestion from nearby car dealerships makes it difficult for her customers to find parking, Richardson told com- The next meeting is scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 8, 6: 30 p. m. at the Taylor Library. The committee will reconvene for a special meeting to discuss th...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 18 October 2007

Arizona 3-3 at Washington 3-2, 10 a. m. Last Meeting: Redskins won 17-13 at Arizona in 2005. 858-272-3521 Charlie’s been baking awesome bread since 1987! Real Sourdough • Crusty French • Sourdough Walnut • Spinach Feta Nine Whole Grains • Hallah Egg Bread • Banana Chocolate Chip Apple Cinnamon Walnut • Black Forest Chocolate Cherry Pumpkin • Fruit n’ Nutz • Maple Walnut • Cheddar Jalapeno Fat Free Muffins • Exceptional Biscotti • Cream Cheese Scones Awesome Tasting • All Natural • Scratch Baked • Organic Flours Free Giant Cinnamon Roll or Muffin or Cookie or Scone with Purchase of a Loaf! One Coupon Per Person Per Day. $ 4.00 Minimum Purchase. Expires 11/ 10/ 07 Smart Way Do it the Whether buying or selling, you deserve a smooth & rewarding experience. Game Day: Ravens defense is rounding into shape after allowing just 10 points in two games. Pick: Ravens 17, Bills 16 Sunday, Oct. 21 Baltimore 4-2 at Buffalo 1-4, 10 a. m. Last Meeting: Ravens won 19-7 at home last Decemb...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 18 October 2007

There was, however, some new material on display, including gear from LaDainian Tomlinson’s record-breaking season last year and the football thrown by Brett Favre earlier this season to become the all-time touchdown passes leader. Surprisingly, this video hasn’t been updated since I last visited because Ryan Leaf was still quarterback for the Chargers in some of the training camp scenes and Steve Young and Jerome Bettis were also shown. \ Sen Diego's finest Woof Karl Rating I Q |\J R f BEACH & BAY PRESS | THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2007 | PAGE 13 Tomlinson steamrolls the Raiders BY BOB HURST | BEACH& BAY PRESS SUNDAY SPECIAL GET 1 FREE BUY 1 BREAKFAST CARNE ASADA, CARNITAS, CHICKEN DINE IN ONLY $ 2.00 CORONAS $ 1.00 TACOS MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL 5PM - CLOSE r — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — L___________________________________ WITH THIS AD - DINE IN ONLY Peterson set a Vikings team rushing record, breaking Chuck Foreman’s 200 y...

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