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time capsule 10 YEARS AGO, FEBRUARY 2002 Researched by Chuck Liddell//Compiled by Jennifer Leonhardi News: Average Temperature: High, 63 degrees: low, 46 degree; water, 59 degrees. Rain: .38 inches. People aboard boats: 2,720. Ves- sels moored. 680. Vessels anchored."121. Cruise Ship count: 6,436. Monthly parking at Queen Mary stopped. Landing parking is $65/month. Catalina Express is providing free water shuttle between the Queen Mary and the Landing for long-term parking passengers. Bird Park housing ready for occu- pancy. Seasonal rain for Two Harborsi 2.69 inches. 1991-93, 14.16 inches, 1999-2000, .86 inches. Drug bust in Falls Canyon. Entertainment: Fake Ads: Golf Cart Alarm Car Screamer. Adopt A Whale. Complete Cupid; robotic man- nikin, $999.99 Radio station. KISL, to air public service announcements. The 2nd Annual Monte Carlo Night, sponsored by the Chamber and Lions, in the Riviera Room, Crescent and Clarissa. Casino theater showed movies only on Friday and Saturday, with a 7 p.m. and 9:15 p.m. showing. Toast To Tom Moran, benefit, Prego Cafe Museum's first annual Telethon" raised over $10.000. Avalon Community Theater ra- dio Troupe, performed over KISL. Island Guess Who, weekly column in Islander. Announcements: Ken Blake (August 6, 1924-Jan. 20, 2002). Randy Niewiarowski died on Sept. 12, 2002. Tony Hernandez (May 10, 1919- Jan. 24, 2002). Steve Swinerton Spring (Decem- ber 25, 1979-Jan. 31, 2002). Shanna Mann (February 19. 1953- Jan. 26, 2002). Mike Reyes celebrated his 90th birthday. Betty Jane McGarry Hamil- ton (July 15, 1917-Feb. 11, 2002). Joe Voci celebrated his 80th birth- day. Businesses: Catalina Gun Club. Bob Farrow, Catalina Realtors. Fellows and Associates, 2 Airport Road. Harbor Food and Beverage. Interpretive Center, Santa Catalina Island Company, Avalon Can- yon. Jackie's Salon And Supply, 208 Metropole. Marine Life Protection Act group formed. Prego Cafel 603 Crescent. Radio Free America, KISL. Riviera Room, Crescent and Cla- rissa. Toastmasters. Winter Stores, Conservancy. Terry Beadle was the fire chief. SENIOR OF THE WEEK Mitzi Garcia Class of 2002  Council From page 1 the feasibility of a cruise ship dock in Avalon. An engineering firm is requesting $5.750 to continue and find out how regulatory agencies would respond to the proposal of a pier to accommodate visiting cruise ships. Several cruise lines have voiced approval with two saying they would assist in the financing of the construction. The lines have alsa said that because tendering has be- come such a thing of the past. m the near future, they may disregard Catalina as a stopover if a pier is not constructed. David Creigh pointed out ada- mantly how important the Cruise days are to local businesses, and also volunteered to organize a business faction who would donate funds to cushion the expense of the engineeringofinns' investigation. Council agw. to foot the bill but also agreed to accept any do- nations from businesses that would bring the amount down. "Loss of the cruise ships would have a dev- astating effect on the community," Creigh said. Council also voted to continue on with steps to seek a l0 percent increase in salt water fees, and a 15 percent rate increase in solid waste fees. The next step for the city in the process is to mail letters of notification to propery' owners on Feb. 27, 2012, followed by a report created with each property owner's proposed fee on March 26. April 17, 2012, a public hear-" ing will take place with the first reading of the ordinance, and at that time the public will have the opportunity to comment either in person or in writing. Avalon Chief Administration Of- ricer Charles Wagner said the rate increase is necessary for the con- tinuation of sewer line repair and the replacement of forty new valves throughout the city. The repairs and valve replacements will greatly as- sist the city with the approaching state-mandated June Cease and De- sist deadline to address waste con- tamination in the harbor. Remodel From page 1 / / The Bluewate Group is working toward a goa of total-menu sus- tainability for its restaurants, with y the Long Beach certification t Aquarium of t] for the Future' Renovation structure impr, the early fall of restaurant dew ing the entire t scheduled for t For more Santa Catalin visitcatalinaisl Send us yobr news and pt ed@cinews.us www.speCi ............................................................................................................................................ i ................................... I ........ le Pacific's "Seafood program. plans call for infra- wements to begin in 2012. followed by the ;lopment encompass- uilding, with opening ae summer of 2013. information about l Island, visit www. and.com. 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Move In Ready S499,000 339 Descanso" 4 BD, 2.25 BA. 1,938 sq. ft. $579,000 191 Lower Terrace- $799,500 Villa 2-32 - $379,000 Villa 1048 -$299,000 227 Beacon A- $740,000 333 Chdssa -$849,000 i 17 Vieudulou - $925,000 257 E. Wldttley - $699,000 354 Descanso - $560,000 87 Sol Vista - $305,000 226 Cladssa - $899,000 38 RockimjImrse - $1,399,000 324 Eucalyptus - $599,000 348 Sumner- $525,000 B46 Bahia Vista - $424,000 Friday, February 24, 2012 ', J  THE CATALINA ISLANDER