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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 also includes a lot of interesting Alpine Demographics HERE

To learn what the Alpine Community Plan Update is all about please click here:
www.sandiegocounty.gov/pds/CommunityGroups/AlpineCommunityPlanUpdate.html

We welcome your thoughts, comments and concerns for consideration. Please submit all additional input no later than next Friday, January 19 (project email provided on the project website above and below). Input provided at the workshop and received through January 19 will be considered in the preparation of materials for the next workshop on plan alternatives later this spring.

For those who attended Saturday’s workshop, please note that the ideas expressed will all be given consideration and no one idea or group’s input should be interpreted as a preferred direction. The preferred direction will be determined in the next workshop when additional feasibility data are available for discussion.

I would also like to make a clarification on the second to last slide in the workshop PowerPoint regarding next steps. Of the four items listed, two involve additional public meetings while two are County/consultant milestones:

  • Goals/Policies Revisions, Jan/Feb 2018 (includes a public meeting)
  • Alternatives Generation, Feb 2018 (County/consultant milestone)
  • Alternatives Evaluation, Mar/Apr 2018 (County/consultant milestone)
  • Alternatives Workshop, May 2018 (includes a public meeting)

Please submit all comments through the project email:
PDS.CommunityPlanUpdates@sdcounty.ca.gov

 

Thank you for your continued participation and input! If you have any questions, feel free to call me at 858.495.5463

 

Submitted By: Robert Efird
County of San Diego, Planning & Development Services
Project Manager, Alpine Community Plan Update
858.495.5463

 

EMS Community Meeting for Improving Emergency Medical Services in Alpine & Backcountry – August 21, 2017

We Want Your Feedback!

The County of San Diego’s Emergency Medical Services wants your feedback about improving emergency medical services in San Diego County’s backcountry communities. Monday August 21, 2017 from 1pm to 3pm at the Alpine Library 1752 Alpine Blvd., Alpine, CA 91901. Members of the public will have an opportunity to provide input during upcoming community meetings. Look for County EMS personnel, and their well-marked vehicles in the parking lot, in designated locations during these times to discuss proposed ground ambulance service adjustments, as well as other questions, comments and concerns you may have about the EMS delivery in San Diego County. For more information or to submit feedback, contact Lilia.Smith@sdcounty.ca.gov or (858)505-6382. Additional meetings will take place in Julian, Valley Center, Deer Springs, Campo, Crest, Solana Beach & Mssion Gorge. SEE FULL SCHEDULE HERE: EMS (USA) Community Forums_Flyer.FINAL 08 17 17

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“Community Coffee Town Hall” with Senator Joel Anderson – May 11, 2017

Senator Joel Anderson invites you to join him for a “Community Coffee” hosted by Alpine Honorary Mayor Rose Signore, on Thursday, May 11, 2017 from 6pm to 7pm at the Alpine Community Center (1830 Alpine Blvd., Alpine, Ca. 91901). Making State Government work for you is priority number one! Come to the “Community Coffee Town Hall” to discuss the issues that are most important to you and your family. Please RSVP by Wednesday, May 10 by calling 619-596-3136 or register HERE

 

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SCAM ALERT! Fake SDG&E Bill Past Due Phone Call

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Attention Alpine Business Owners!!! 3-16-17

I just got a call at my business from an “Out of area” number. The woman on the other end of the line asked to speak to the owner and then told me that I was 2 months past due on my SDGE bill and that they would be here in 45 mins to shut off the electricity. She tried to give me a number to “Collections”, but I had heard of this scam before, and I share a meter with another business who has the service in their name, so I told her she was full of it. The woman said “F you too B” and hung up on me… obviously NOT SDGE.

Just wanted to warn everyone about this scam. If they called me I assume they are going thru the business in the area. DO NOT send anybody money who claims they are with SDGE. If you are worried about your bill being past due HANG UP and call SDGE directly!!!

NAME: Becky Wyrick
EMAIL ME HERE
TELEPHONE: 619-722-1707

Residents Are Asked Not to Disturb WET AREAS in WRIGHT’S FIELD

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western Spade Foot toadCOMMUNITY BULLETIN From Back Country Land Trust

February 7, 2017 – Alpine Ca: A temporary trail closure is in place around our vernal pool habitat at Wright’s Field (Map it).

These seasonal wetlands are home to a rare and endemic species called the western spade-footed toads that are breeding during this time of year. Vernal Pools are the most threatened habitats in San Diego County. Please do not disturb these wet areas! Dogs should not be allowed in pools.

A trail reroute will be in effect until the pools are dry.

Learn more about the Spade-footed Toad HERE

IMG_5789Please stay on dry trails, or use alternate routes. BCLT has re-routed the trail through this part of the preserve further upslope away from wet areas.  Follow the marker flags and mulched areas where our new trail routes further up hill.

Questions / comments? Email: backcountrylandtrust@gmail.com

 

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Resident Warns Neighbors About Coyote Dangers After Her Dog is Killed in Her Yard

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2-1-17 High Alert to Pet owners!

My backyard is adjacent to the entrance of Wright’s field in Alpine. This morning at approximately 7:20 I let my french bulldog out to go potty .. I saw that he was well, so I went in for no more than 2 minutes, leaving the door open. I did not hear anything… neither did my husband (who was outside) or my labrador … He was snatched and dragged about 40 feet to a creek on my property and was suffocated. 4 coyotes were seen jumping out of our yard towards Wright’s field. By the time we found him he was barely breathing and died shortly thereafter.

Please, please don’t leave any dog outside. My Frenchie was heavy and full of muscle weighing about 32/35 pounds. Again please don’t take your eyes off of your pets for 1 minute 🙁

NAME: Ann
EMAIL ME HERE
TELEPHONE: 619-722-7018

 

*FYI – This is a really great article about coyotes and how to deter them from your yard  – Angie (ACN Director) http://www.alpinecommunitynetwork.com/2014/08/coyote-exclusion-deterrents-and-repellent-techniques/

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: Man Taking Photos of Houses on Victoria Dr. Alpine 1-24-17

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SUSPICIOUS_ACTIVITY: Noticed a white older model Honda Civic at the end of Cul-de-sac in the 2700-2800 block of W. Victoria Drive on 01/24/2017 at 3:40 pm. Approached individual and asked if I could help him. He replied no. Asked him what he was doing, he replied he “was taking pictures” I asked him for what reason and he hesitantly said, Ohh, just taking pictures of the hills. I asked him why here ? – there’s lots of other places where you could get better pictures. He appeared to be taking pictures of my (2) neighbors houses, the front of one and the back side of another located on Hale Drive. His reply was gruff, don’t worry I’m leaving right now, at which point he drove away. This was a mid to late 20’s white male, dark hair, unshaven with tattoos down the right side of his neck. Wearing bermuda shorts, dark windbreaker and baseball cap and sunglasses.

Reported to Alpine Sheriff Dept. @ 3:48 pm. Vehicle was an older model Honda Civic Lx / 4 door. Lic plate # 3WBV026.

Posted By: carol

 

COMMUNITY ALERT – SHERIFFS SEARCHING FOR ROBBERY SUSPECT in ALPINE 12-1-16

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COMMUNITY ALERT! *****POLICE HELICOPTER CIRCLING OVER ALPINE**** I JUST TALKED TO THE SHERIFF – HERE’S THE SCOOP… The US BANK inside of Albertsons was robbed yesterday and TODAY they got a report that the suspect was spotted in the area again.. They are looking for a WHITE MALE, APPROX 28 yrs old, Brown Hair, Wearing a Colbalt Blue sweatshirt and Blue & White PLAID SHORTS…. – Angie

Please report any suspicious activity to the San Diego County Sheriff (858) 565-5200

 

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CRIME ALERT! Break-In on Anita Drive in Coronado Gate, Alpine Ca. – November 25, 2016

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November 25, 2016 – CRIME ALERT! We live on Anita Dr. in the Coronado Gate development in Alpine and our backyard butts up to Tavern Rd. This afternoon my brother in law was napping in our Motorhome and heard a noise. He didn’t think much of it and stayed lying down.  When he got up he realized our DVD player was missing and all other electronics…TV, Cable box etc. were unplugged. Cabinets were gone through and trash was on the floor.

I called the Sherriff and made a report. Just wanted to make our neighborhood aware.

Posted By: Dana and Anitria Zeno

 

Dog House DONATION DRIVE for Dogs in NEED in Our Back Country – November 2016

Last year 23 dog houses were donated and distributed to dogs in need in our local mountains!

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It’s that time again…cold and snowy in Boulevard, 30 miles east of Alpine in the mountains.  There are still many dogs that need dog houses and blankets to help them keep comfortable during these storms and even in the summer, to protect them from the heat.  If you have a dog house or blankets to donate, I will come and pick them up from you and distribute them as needed up here.  This is the 4th year I’ve done this.  You are helping so many dogs with your generous donations of houses and blankets.

Please call or text me at: (619) 964-1181 or e-mail me at Pam.Lawless@GCCCD.edu.  Thank you for your compassion for the animals. – Pam Lawless