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Register NOW for Rattlesnake Aversion Training Classes for Your Dog – Spring 2018

Rattlesnake avoidance classes Alpine Ca 91901

Class Dates: February 17, 2081, March 11, 2018, April 11, 2018 and May 12, 2018

This training can be a critical life saver for your dog. Avoid the pain and costly treatment associated with bites. AVOIDANCE TRAINING will help your dog avoid rattlesnakes so bites do not happen. Training is conducted with live rattlesnakes that are “muzzled” for your dog’s protection. Your dog will learn the sight, sound, and scent of our local species. We recommend you repeat training every year to keep it fresh in your dog’s memory.

$75.00 per dog. Training takes about 30 minutes.

Keep your dog safe! Appointments are necessary!

Call us at (619) 445-1550 or stop by the store at 2109 Alpine Blvd. Alpine, CA 91901 or email us at admin@naturalinstincts.sdcoxmail.com

 

Live Music By “Misty and the Moby’s” at the Casino Inn – January 20, 2018

Misty and the Mobys will be playing at the Casino Inn in Alpine on Saturday night (January 20, 2018) from 8pm to midnight. They are a great band to dance to and they bring a really fun crowd!! We also have our Saturday night dinner from 6 to 9pm. The best steak in town! Come see us at the Casino Inn Bar & Grill! We have a full bar, pool tables, NFL Games and Lotto! We now have FRIDAY & SATURDAY NIGHT DINNERS! The Casino Inn is located at 1155 Alpine Blvd. Alpine Ca 91901. (619) 445-9581.  For additional info please contact Trish EMAIL HERE

Alpine Community Planning Group (ACPG) Meeting (Preliminary Agenda) – January 25, 2018

ALPINE COMMUNITY PLANNING GROUP

Notice of Regular Meeting | Preliminary Agenda

Thursday, January 25th, 2018 at 6:00pm

Alpine Community Center | 1830 Alpine Boulevard, Alpine, CA 91901

*View Agenda and list of Planning Group Members HERE: ACPG – January 25th 2018 Preliminary Meeting Agenda

 

  1. Call to Order
  2. Invocation / Pledge of Allegiance
  3. Roll Call of Members
  4. Approval of Minutes / Correspondence / Announcements
    1. Approval of Minutes
      1. October 26, 2018
    2. ACPG Statement: The Alpine Community Planning Group was formed for the purpose of advising and assisting the Director of Planning, the Zoning Administrator, the Planning Commission and the Board of Supervisors in the preparation, amendment and implementation of community and sub-regional plans.  The Alpine Community Planning Group is an advisory body only.
  5. Open Discussion: Opportunity for members of the public to speak to the ACPG on any subject matter within the ACPG’s jurisdiction that is not on the posted agenda.
  6. Prioritization of this Meeting’s Agenda Items
  7. Organized / Special Presentations
    1. The owner of 2 parcels totaling 1.78 acres (APN: 403-271-20 & -21) at Marshall Road and Marshall Way has applied for a Tentative Map and Site Plan (PDS2017-TM-5621; PDS2017-STP-17-039). The project consists of a one lot subdivision with a 23-unit condominium development. The project site is located at Marshall Road and Marshall Way in the Alpine Community Planning area, within unincorporated San Diego County. The site is subject to the General Plan Regional Category Village, Land Use Designation VR-15. Zoning for the site is Urban Residential (RU). The site is developed with existing residences that would be removed. Access would be provided by a 24’ wide private road connecting to Marshall Road. The project would be served by sewer and imported water from the Padre Dam Municipal Water District. The county has requested a formal recommendation regarding this project from the Group.  Presentation, Discussion & Action.
    2. Jim Bolz, Project Manager for the County of San Diego Department for Public Works Capital Improvement Program will present to the planning group the County of San Diego’s recommendations regarding road maintenance priorities within Alpine. Presentation, Discussion & Action.
    3. Circulation Subcommittee will make a presentation to the group with a list of recommended actions including the following:
      1. Tavern Road/South Grade Road roundabout.
      2. Walkability of Arnold Way from Midway to Foss
      3. Shoulders on Foss Road
      4. Pathway/walkway connection Big Red Road and Huey Lane to allow pedestrian only connections
      5. Shadow Hills School parking on pathway on Harbison Canyon Road
      6. Boulder Oaks School parking on pathway on Tavern Road
      7. All way stop at West Victoria/Victoria Park Terrace intersection

Presentation, Discussion & Action.

  1. Group Business:
    1. Election of Officers
      1. Chair
      2. Vice-Chair
      3. Secretary
  1. Appointment of Subcommittee Chairs. Discussion & Action.
  2. Appointment of Parliamentarian. Discussion & Action.
  3. Subcommittee Chairs to submit list of subcommittee members for approval. Discussion & Action
  1. Consent Calendar
  2. Subcommittee Reports (including Alpine Design Review Board)
  3. Officer Reports
  4. Open Discussion 2 (if necessary)
  5. Request for Agenda Items for Upcoming Agendas
  6. Approval of Expenses / Expenditures
  7. Announcement of Meetings:
    1. Alpine Community Planning Group – February 22nd, 2018
    2. ACPG Subcommittees – TBD
    3. Planning Commission – January 26th and February 9th & 23rd, 2018
    4. Board of Supervisors – January 23rd & 24th and February 13th & 14th, 2018
  8. Adjournment of Meeting

 

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Travis Lyon | Chairman
Alpine Community Planning Group
P.O. Box 1419, Alpine, CA 91903-1419
619.952.8607
travislyonacpg@gmail.com

 

 

Alpine Takes its Bid for a High School to Sacramento

http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/communities/east-county/sd-se-alpine-school-20180111-story.html

 

Alpine has never had a high school of its own. That’s not for want of trying.

For nearly two decades, the tiny mountain community has tried to create an independent educational district, one that unifies a high school with its elementary schools and lone middle school.

Each time, it has been met with disappointment.

That outcome looks to repeat itself this week if the state Board of Education accepts the recommendation of its staff to deny Alpine’s latest bid to add a high school to its K-8 lineup.  A public hearing on the application is set for Jan. 19 and there will be plenty of local representation on hand.

Personnel from the Alpine Union and Grossmont Union High school districts, including Grossmont Superintendent Tim Glover and Alpine Superintendent Rich Newman and members of their school boards, will be in Sacramento for the public hearing.

The California Department of Education earlier this month recommended the board reject Alpine’s plan to add a high school. If the board agrees, Alpine will continue to send its kids to other parts of the Grossmont district after middle school.

Grossmont Union High School District schools currently serve about 22,000 students. After finishing eighth grade at Joan MacQueen Middle School, students in Alpine typically go to Granite Hills High School in El Cajon or Steele Canyon High School in Jamul. Getting to both involves long drives along the freeway or winding local roads. That remains frustrating to parents like Wendy Gilbert, who want their kids to stay local. Gilbert and her husband, Chad, moved to Alpine in 2004 with hopes that by the time their son was born in September of that year, there would be a high school for him to attend.

“We were always thinking, ‘If they build it, the people will come,’” Gilbert said. “We loved the community and when we heard they were getting a high school, we thought, ‘Great! Awesome!’ My son’s now 13, in eighth grade… and here we are. It’s horrible.” Gilbert’s son and about 150 other students will graduate from MacQueen this year.

San Diego County’s most recent district to unify was Bonsall, which began proceedings to do so in 2004. Its high school opened in the 2014-15 school year with 65 students. It now has 330 students and will graduate its first senior class this year.

Alpine has been trying to form a unified district since 2002, and has wanted to give residents an opportunity to vote on unification. In November 2004, the state board disapproved a previous Alpine unification proposal.

As for Alpine, the state board has two other options besides denial. One is to determine that the proposal has merit and send it back to the local level for further action. The other is to delay action until more information is received.

Some of the reasons the state believes unification should not be granted are:

  • Declining student enrollment in Alpine
  • School facility costs and the likelihood that a new Alpine unified school district would be unable to obtain sufficient funding to construct a new high school
  • Fewer academic and extracurricular opportunities of a smaller Alpine high school compared to options available at schools in the Grossmont district

Newman said that he would be speaking in depth to the state board members about what a high school in Alpine might look like, and explain that it would not be traditional, but rather “something innovative.”

“What we are looking at in the development of a school is something state-of-the-art in what it would offer,” Newman said. “It would be personalized in nature and offer unique opportunities, very different than a traditional high school. Our world is changing dramatically every day and schools need to be able to adapt.”

The County Board of Education in August 2014 voted to back unification for Alpine. Last year, the San Diego County Committee on School District Organization held public hearings and determined that Alpine met the necessary requirements in the California Education Code for approval of its petition to unify.

Alpine petitioners decided to give it a go again because residents in the area became frustrated that two successful general obligation bond measures that Grossmont Union High School District area voters passed haven’t resulted in the building of a high school for Alpine-area high school students

The bonds totaling nearly $700 million — Proposition H in 2004 and Proposition U in 2008 — included language about the plan to construct a high school in Alpine.

The district did purchase land for the school and has obtained some permits and approvals for construction, and developed some designs, but has not moved any further on it.

Petitioners also said they want a unified Alpine school district for several other reasons, including being more responsive to the unique needs of the Alpine community and geographically isolated high school students, increased collaboration among elementary school staff, high school staff and the community and a school that will provide a shorter and safer commute.

Grossmont district Superintendent Glover said he agrees with the state’s finding that Alpine be denied its request.

“It’s clear that the state spent a significant amount of time conducting a careful review of the facts before making their recommendation,” Glover said via email.

In documentation shared with the public about the coming meeting, the Grossmont district said it believes that if unification occurs, it would “result in harm to our students, teachers and community” and that it is unclear if an Alpine Unified School District “could pass the size of a school bond necessary to build a high school” or could fund the operational costs of a comprehensive high school program.

The state board of education report said that Grossmont believes that a new district “would be at risk of financial failure, threatening the elementary programs of the district.”

 

Gymtrix Tumbling / Gymnastics New Student Trial Package Special for January 2018

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Gymtrix Flip for Friday “RELAY RACES” – January 19, 2018

KIDS! Come have fun at our Gymtrix Flip for Friday for some RELAY RACES!! Enjoy fun activities or just hang out with friends! No membership required, kids ages 4-18 are welcome. Cost is $15. Pizza, drinks & ice cream will be available. Flip for Friday is every Friday from 6:30pm to 10pm (You can

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ALFA (Alpine Library Friends Assoc.) Book Store News: January 16-20, 2018

ALFA BOOK STORE NEWS FOR THE WEEK OF JANUARY 16 THRU JANUARY 20, 2018

All ALFA members are eligible to select three Romance books for $1 during the month of January.

The monthly half-price sale is scheduled for January 26 and January 27. Hardback books are priced at $1 each and paperback books are

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Alpine Fire Protection District Board of Directors Meeting – January 16, 2018

Notice of Regular meeting of the Board of Directors of the Alpine Fire Protection District. Tuesday, Alpine Fire Protection District Board of Directors Meeting – January 16, 2018 – 5pm at Fire Station #17 (Meeting Room) 1364 Tavern Rd., Alpine, CA. 91901.

 

VIEW AGENDA HERE: ag3_21_2017

 

Posted By: Jenn James – Alpine

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Alpine Community Plan Update Visioning & Existing Conditions Workshop – Submit Your Input By 1-19-18

Thank you to all who participated in the Alpine Community Plan Update Visioning and Existing Conditions Workshop this past Saturday, January 6, 2018. Your time and input are greatly appreciated! For those of you who were unable to attend, you may review the materials / exercises presented at the workshop on the project (which

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WIN A FREE 2 Month Unlimited MEMBERSHIP to The GYM in Alpine!

WIN A FREE MEMBERSHIP!

The Gym in Alpine is giving away a free, two-month unlimited membership! Reach your goals faster by having the support and guidance from a trainer at every workout! Receive personal, hands on instructions from a level one Crossfit instructor. Work at your own pace, at your own level, in a

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