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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 30 July 2009

U. S. Customs and Border Protection ( CBP) officers from the sea port of San Diego on July 25 seized more than a half-ton of marijuana found underneath the deck of a boat carrying three U. S. teenagers. Eight seats available for OB Town Council The board of directors of the Point Loma Library exhibiting work of local art students of our culture. It is wonderful to go to museums and galleries, but it is equally important to display art in the public squares of our parks, libraries and community centers.” The Hervey/ Point Loma Branch Library is located at 3701 Voltaire The creations of local art students will be on display throughout the summer at the Hervey/ Point Loma Branch Library. The exhibit is part of a partnership beween the library, Platt College and School of Art and Design. COURTESY PHOTO St. For more information, call ( 619) 531-1539. available for public viewing through the summer. Marketa Hancova, dean of education for Platt College, said the artwork displayed at public...

Publication Title: Peninsula Beacon
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 30 July 2009

Morgan Bames ( left) of Ocean Beach Surf & Skate presents Justin Brent with a Surfrider Beach Cruiser by American Flyer as Mike Fahey from the Beacon looks on. Justin was one of the lucky winners in the Beacon’s St. Fair Drawing. \\\\ should contact committee chair Curtis Loer at cloer@ sandiego. edu. honors an outstanding community volunteer. A letter of nomination can be sent to the above address. For more information, visit www. obtowncouncil. org. Donations of available services and merchandise coupons are also welcomed, camp organizers said. The contributions help provide scholarships, payroll, music purchases, licensing, liability insurance, rent and custodial, nutrition breaks and website maintenance. For information or to register, call ( 619) 222-3605, or visit www. bandatthebeach. org. session. To reach that goal, several guest conductors are involved, and each section of the band has its own specialty coaches. Earlier this year, three other scouts also complet...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 30 July 2009

WUKT UftRoLE? NEEPS IS ft *Tt>P- UEftLTU CftRE. The Beacon reserves the right to exclude any Letter to the Editor, or to edit Letters to the Editor for length and prevention of libel, or for other reasons as seen fit by the editors. POLICY The opinion pages of The Beacon are meant as an open forum for expression. The views expressed in the Letters to the Editor and editorials within this paper are not necessarily the views of this paper, nor those of the staff. TO SUBMIT Please send to: Letters to the Editor, P. O. Box 9550, San Diego, Calif. 92169, or beacon@ sdnews. com. This is stealing from the youth in our community. Please be a good citizen and do the right thing. Return the banner to the Robb Field Recreation Center Office or the Ocean Beach Recreation Center Office. There will be no questions asked! Any information about the disappearance of the banner and its where- Thank you. abouts is also appreciated. In this case, Mr. Westlin, we believe that forgiveness and ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 30 July 2009

IF READER'S CHOICE WINNERS THANK YOU FOR VOTING US # 1 in Pt. Loma & Ocean Beach Full Bar & Large Covered Patio Wine Cellar / Dining Room 3663 Voltaire St., San Diego ( 619) 223-8197 The Venetian Best Italian Restaurant If visuals get your Italian-cuisine appetite in gear, The Venetian is your restaurant forevermore. It’s physically impossible to escape the concepts behind the décor – the Tuscan wall murals and tabletop scenes complement vine-strewn latticework and mellow lighting on the patio. 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? Kirin Sushi Best Sushi ½ All Day - Every Day 8th Anniversary Special Price S...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 30 July 2009

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 30 July 2009

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 30 July 2009

30 Wines By The Glass Come Try Our New Wine list 29 Bottles Less Than $25.00 U5&thA**, \ W9) 338-YQL/:msS!j > reAkfatt St Lcmck Open Derjiy - 3r00pm $2.00 OFF An/ Breakfast or Lunch Entree S8.00 minimum entire ptirrtuse plus bere&ge, pox pQrxan f_jjnif 4 per coupon t coupon par rtfclo Mo irpamlr iVjtck* Nor I'alicfan imtuA fioW»yr or iv.-.'fi iny om*r cotponj. snacfjij affrrs of WM> pmat* (roufM "We've Got Hucvos!" 5083 Santa Monica Ava' Ocean Deach' 1610) 222-PIER Kitchen Open ill 1:00am Nightly www. lhebmtcenyoJk.cafe.com I ' Ptxciftc 3e*jck E&ttfakt !.& ants. I IBIS Gamer Aw. BS4 fosffattr PkVfy. 7&7Q EJ Camlno »ccv THURSDAY · JULY 30, 2009 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT THE PENINSULA BEACON OB’s CD good exposure for John Miller, The Payback BY BART MENDOZA | THE BEACON John Miller and The Payback perform at 9 p. m. at Dream Street, 2228 Bacon St. Band members are, from left, Leo Zugner, John Mill...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 30 July 2009

Friday, July 31, 6 to 7: 30 p. m., Ocean Beach People’s Organic Food Market hosts the“ People’s Summer Art Show & Artists’ Reception,” featuring selected SEECALENDAR, Page 12 Clubs, Bars& Music Scene • Through Aug. 21, summer camp for pre-kindergarten through 8th grade. • Aug. 17-21, Marine & Freshwater Biology Camp. • Aug. 10-17, Animal Adventures Camp for grades 3-8. Thursday, Aug. 6, 10 a. m., Skyhunters present live birds of prey at the Ocean Beach Branch Library, 4801 Santa Monica Ave. For more information, call ( 619) 531-1532. ‘ Les Miserables’ cast features local youth San Diego Junior Theatre presents“ Les Miserables” through Sunday, Aug. 9 at Balboa Park’s Casa del Prado Theater. Its cast of 64 youths includes 17-year-old Kiefer Shackelford, above, of Ocean Beach, playing the role of Grantaire. Performances are Fridays and Saturdays at 7 p. m. and Sundays at 2 p. m., with a special ASL-interpreted performance for the hearing impaired Sat...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 30 July 2009

Thursday, August 27.2009 5:30-7:30 P.M. 'NEW TIME* shops at Liberty Station to grab to-go cuisine before setting up their blankets and lawn chairs at the movie site. For more information, call ( 619) 987-6658, or visit www. libertystation. com. Friday, Aug. 7, 6 to 8 p. m., the fourth of five installments of the free Point Loma Concert Series, featuring Hot August Night. The concert series takes place at Point Loma Park, corner of Catalina Boulevard and Varona Street. For more information, visit www. plconcerts. org. works by artists from the Creative Arts Consortium and student “recycled art” from Ocean Beach Elementary School. The free event also features music and food, and the show runs through December at OB People’s Market, 4765 Voltaire St. For more information, call ( 619) 224-1387 or visit www. obpeoplesfood. coop. Monday, Aug. 3, 6: 30 p. m., the last of four installments of“ Music at Dusk Concert Series” featuring an invitation to dance with Kevin Esposito. The concert se...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 30 July 2009

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 30 July 2009

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 30 July 2009

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 30 July 2009

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 6 August 2009

With city staff members present at Monday’s Sunset Cliffs Natural Park Council meeting, the two sides agreed to disagree when it comes to the safety and relocation of popular cliffside benches. PHOTOS BY SEBASTIAN RUIZ | THE BEACON Members of the Sunset Cliffs Natural Park Council on Monday rebuffed city efforts to remove additional cliffside benches by the end of the week and formed an ad hoc committee to study the matter further. <pft Peninsula A Beacon San Die go H 2 O New airport board chair touts business strategy SEE AIRPORT, Page 7 BY ANTHONY GENTILE | THE BEACON engine moving forward, then San Diego’s continued growth will have a balanced economy.” Watkins said he approaches Lindbergh Field issues from a business perspective. He said the airport is catalyst for San Diego, providing nearly $ 10 billion per year in economic development. “I see it as another part of this linkage of business, economic development and activity in the region,” Watkins said.“ It facilita...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 6 August 2009

need to." "The city is looking at ways to preserve the larger trees to preserve the canopy but make sure the channel bottom is more clear of shrubs and scrubs that hold the water," said environmental planner Bruce McIntyre for Helix Environmental Planning, a consultant to the city on the permitting process. "We'd like to keep the trees on the banks so there is still a habitat for birds to nest and rest in. We'll look at each segment with a hydrology study to make sure we're not taking out more than we The portion of Rose Creek that rolls behind Mission Bay High School — the oasis of trees, shrubs and birds — makes for a lovely stroll but has become too clogged for the city to adequately control flooding. Once Rose Creek leaves the open plains of Rose Canyon, it transverses along Interstate 5 and heads into dense Pacific Beach neighborhoods before it merges into Mission Bay. APRL’s solution to the gopher population problem involves what it calls common sense and a slightly different ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 6 August 2009

5 br, 2.5 ba, 2677 appx sf. Westport former model Plan 2. Loads of upgrades. Custom stone tile & wood flooring in DR, FR & kitchen. Open staircase. Huge master suite w/ 2nd office area & spa tub. Upstairs balcony off 2 rooms. Overlooks lush yard. Back on the Market! 4 br, 2.5 ba, custom stone tile and wood flooring in din rm, fam rm & kitchen. Custom window coverings, built-in stereo system. Recessed lighting, office downstairs ( optional 3-car gar). Formal liv rm & din rm. Open staircase. Huge master suite w/ 2nd office area & spa tub. Ocean Beach | $ 675,000 429,000 1,294,500 Vintage OB cottages just blocks to the sand! 4 detached houses with hardwood floors ( some under carpet), walk-in closets & newer roofs. These 2 units were combined into one great owner's unit in the past. Now they are just darling rentals! 4 one car garages. Point Loma | $ 2,449,000 Point Loma | $ 1,850,000 Catrina Russell Yo...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 6 August 2009

“Our bikes are both reused bikes,” Eriksen said of the bike he just rode for 2,000 miles.“ The point is that it doesn’t take a huge investment to get a bike and to start riding it.” Besides carrying grocery bags to the store and avoiding one time use plastic items, Eriksen suggested scrutinizing the durable goods people consume. Stephen Grealy manages San Diego’s Waste Reduction Disposal Division Program. Grealy said that most of San Diego’s plastics end up in Pacific Rim countries, where they are recycled into bottles or fabrics used to manufacture carpets. San Diego uses a processor that separates and cleans the plastic before it is shipped abroad. Grealy said the processor is charged if the items are found too dirty and so has an incentive to send clean products for recycling. Eriksen said the problem with recycling plastic is that it’s“ downcycled,” meaning the recycled product is less valuable than the product it came from. “They are not making a new plastic bottle from an old ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 6 August 2009

For further information or entry form, call ( 619) 481-8288, or visit www. tonycontest. org. Sponsorship opportunities are also still available, according to organizers. Annual Tony Mezzadri Surf Classic set Aug. 15 The event, which benefits the University of California, San The 16th Annual Tony Mezzadri Surf Classic will take to the waves Aug. 15 in Ocean Beach. Diego ( UCSD) Center for Neural Repair’s spinal cord regeneration program, launches from the foot of the OB pier on Newport Avenue at 7 a. m. Entry fees for the event have been rolled back to the original cost of $ 35. Students throughout southern California have a new option for earning This free, online program is backed by real teachers, real support and Point Loman takes silver in junior rowing nationals Point Loman rower Joe Thaxton won a silver medal at the USRowing Club Nationals held from July 15-19 in Oak Ridge, Tenn. Thaxton won the medal in the Mens Junior A 4 competition as part of the USRowing Junior Men’s Deve...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 6 August 2009

PRESENT OPINION Joan Gelenter Point Loma We apologize in advance for this inconvenience. means having to put up with some noise and extra lights.“ Lighten” up for the Pointers! restraints; the least we can do is to support their activities, even if it extra field time lights would bring. The schools are already operating within such tight financial Soccer, dance and many more activities would benefit from the have fought against stadium lights! ened and band time on the field is very limited because neighbors complaint from a neighbor who is upset because the noise from the stadium is disturbing his nap; that football practice has to be short- My blood boils when I hear that the band has to rotate and limit its practices because of noise com- plaints from neighbors; that a little league football team cannot play its motivational music over the PA system on a Sunday morning; that the football coach has to deal with a They should enjoy the excitement of living next to PLHS! Why else d...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 6 August 2009

San Diego's Queer of Boogie, Woogie Swings the Blues According to the draft EIR for the program, removing vegetation could impact sensitive bird species like the least Bell's vireo and southern willow flycatcher in wetlands, and the California gnatcatcher in areas of coastal sage scrub. State law requires the city to mitigate its impact to the wetlands, creeks and rivers affected by the flood control measures. In the case of Rose Creek, the city can either throughout San Diego that ranges from channels like Rose Creek to detention basins, pipes and culverts. "It costs $ 75,000 to remove weeds for two years, whereas it costs $ 200,000 to do the restoration," McIntyre said. "If the city can find the money, we'd prefer to do the one-time mitigation." choose to "enhance" other portions of the creek by pulling weeds — often the invasive giant reed that resembles bamboo — every two years, or "restore" the area by removing invasive species and planting native vegetation in areas not troubl...

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