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34 F~day, Ma~h 12, 2004 "~ The CATAMNA ISLANDER Pa~ 9 The end of co-ed league play promised to be exciling with only a half game separating the lop two teams. SCICo defeated Cold- stone in the first game of the evening to put ~ prc~ulr on Art, Caps "n Designs to come away with a victory and efinch the league. An, Caps "n Designs was slated to bit the field against Fineline Constraclion but line wasn't able to field seven players, and had to forfeit the game. Art, Caps "n Designs clinched the title wilb win. Tournament play Ixegan with SCICo playing Coidstone. SCICo won the game to mz e oa in the touraamenL ~ second game of the eveaing Igtween Fineline and Cable TV. Fmclin put the to lay aide. Afar two weeh of wet weather. the teams touk to the fa:kl i a dou- ble-header, winner tah aJL end of toumamenL An, Caps "n Designs soundly defealed SCICo in the lust game with a score of 17-4. For SCICo Jesse Denning andthe top of the seventh Fineline of their games. Final league bat- Tracy Larsen both collected 2 was threatening with 2. outs and tins standings are: Dave Larsen hits, while Lolo Saldafia, Felipe- a runner in scoring position, but .818, Tracy Larsen .435, Cesar Casiilas, Carlos Hernandez and~" was unable to convert the run. Sillas .741, Kai Aquinde .432, Rich Rios all had 1 hit. For Art, Art, Caps 'n Designs took the Caps n Designs, Bobby Machado, victory in the game and swept Brianne Berlin, Brenda Engel, the league by capturing both Ava Corm and Lorraine Sadler all League and Tournament Cham- had 3 hits, Chuey Sillas, Roman pionship titles. Paeheco, Jim Reid and Chuck For Fineline, Larry Hemandez Martin two hits each and Pat was 3-3 at the plate. Mario Hunter coUected 1 hit. Chavez, Jill Ross, Kai Aquinde The showdown of the night for and Teri Misafiris all had 1- hit. the tom'nan nt title was between For Art, Caps. n Designs, Bobby Art, Caps 'n Designs and Finelin Machado was 2-2. Chuey Sillas, Construction. Both teams were Roman Pacheco, Chuck Martin, scoreless after 1, but in the see- Ava Corm and Lorraine Sadler all ond inning, Fineline took the lead collected I hit. scoring 2 runs and held Art, Caps It was another great season for n Designs scoreless. In the third co-ed softball thanks to the spon- inning, Art, Caps 'n Designs sors, Art, Caps n Designs, Catali- answered back with 2 runs of na CabS, Coldstone Cream- their own to tie the score. The " cry, t'zneHne C( nstruction-and fourth inning saw Fineline break SCICo, and the dedication of the tie with 1 run cross the plate. Kendra Bray, Jim Felix, and The lead switched in the bottom Kenny Engel of the~fourth when Art, Caps 'n Top batting h(m(rs were eamed by Designs scored 2 more runs. In Ihe players who made 80% or more Meet the candidates: Continued from page 5 Winslow has been a member of the City Council for eight years, mayor pro tern twice and is cur- rently seeking his third term in office. He is very lmmd to be the only Avalon ctmmSJperstm to have ever been nominated to a State Commiuee by a Slam Senator. Housing is a key issue with the council candidate and he vows to vigorously work on a solution. "We have to double oar efforts with the [Santa Catalinal Island Company to attain more land," noted Wmslow. "All muds lead to what W'mslow sees as overpopu- lation. "With the influx of illegal aliens and constant hiring by some of our business owners, it only exacerbates the problem." Winslow says that "when" he is elected, he is going to talk to the Los Angeles Health Department and work to "initiate an ordinance to combat the situation of 10 to 15 people living in each bed- room." He also states that he will seek additional assistance from Supervisor Don Knahe. While housing is of major concern, he believes the overpop- the Island ulation is the greatest threat to the Winslow has a high concern city and contributes to the hous- regarding drugs oa the ~ and ing problems, as well as the drug in Avalon. "I view the ~ am problems. 'I want to be in the very prevalent ~ on tlw m forefront of change in overpopu- land and here," he said. "[The lation because it's so critical and I Sheriff's Depmtngm] ig making will go the extra mile to work some strides, bet it comima~ to with anyone who will help us." permeate eve~ facet oflife in the A long-time Democrat, city, from children to adults." Winslow changed his party aflili- Winslow stated that he has "all ation last year because he "was the confidence in the world that disgusted with the Democratic [Lt. Hunter] will make headway party." He considers himself fis- in this regard." cally conservative and a middle- Of equal concern amd din:ctly of-the-road candidate who brings related to the housing issue is common sense to the table. "There are still many things that have to be done" cited Winslow as one of lais reasons for running for a third term. Noting the he's been in office for two years, Winslow says he knows what needs to be done. "It's like when a congressman goes to Washing- ton D.C. for the first time, it takes awhile to find the bathroom. Let's just say I've found my way around the block," Winslow said in his own comedic style. One of his pet projects, the renovation of Buena Vista Park, is about to come to fruition and he's proud of that accomplishment. "it will be our most beautiful park and a revenue generating source at the same time." When not representing the city and the community, Winslow is an artist and sculptor. He is also about to have a book published, a children's fairy tale called "The Kingdom of Avalon," which he wrote and illustrated. Winslow views himself as "honest" 'I bring to the table hon- esty and good common sense;' he said. "I will not promise you any- thing I cannot deliver." @ PUBLIC NOTICE ANNUAL VEHICLE REGISTRATION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on February 2, 2004, the City of Avalon will begin Registration for all Residential (blue stickers), Golf Cart (Autoette), and will conlinue through April 1, 2004. Motorcycles no longer require a City of Avalon decal. Vehidle pemmits renewed after this date shall be considered late, and will be required to pay a "late ~ ~ of $25.00 per vehicle in addition to ~ regular registration fee. Residential vehicle pennrJls slhaB be ~ for renewal and shall be subject to losing all prior rights of registration if not renewed beloee 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, June 1, 2004. All nonresident owners of residential dwelling units for Itm ~ time alter ~r 2, 1988, will be issued autoette permits, which require overnight parking ~ 2:OO a.m- and 6.1DO a.m. If you wish to zBgister a ~ at this time, you must drive it to City Hall in order to determine that the overall lenglh does not emceed the maximum length restriction of the Avalon Code. You also must bring proof of ownmship or laiful possession, and be prepared to provide proof of residency or nonresident real property omna~lh~ since Apdl 18, 1989. The fee for renewal is $10.50 for autoette permits, and $21.O0 for residential decals. ALL OUTSTANDING CITATIONS FROM THE AVALON SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT MUST BE TAKEN CARE OF BEFORE VBI3;LE STICKERS ARE ISSUED. Recent changes in the Vehicle Code allow a permit holder 11o ~ lot renewal without registering a vehicle, providing that the permittee remains otherwise qualilFmd and pays Ihe appropriate registration fee. Registration d be ~ at City Hall, 209 Metropole, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and Noon, and 4.1)0 p.m. and 5:11110 p.m. THIS WILL BE STRICTLY ENFORCED. Alternative registration hours ure by appoinnnont If you have awjt qoesllimm, please call Bill Loomis at City Hall, 510-0220. Your cordinued ooperaliout ~ this annual registration procedure is greatly appreciated. Published: The ~/slarmt~. January 30, February 13, 27, March 12, 26, 2004. Broadcast: Avalon Commuedly Channel on Catalina Cable "IV Posted: City Hall Bulletin Board; Avalon Arcade, Avalon Arcade, City of Avalon Web Site: Larry Hernandez .692, Diana Leonhardi .421, R(xrenPad3e /325, Crdy Ivlklm 392, Richard Rios .622 and Mary Amoroso.357. M~t lll~l ttWeI~ ttlml*~f Martha Garcia bn,ker 912.1 #325 714)655-.';810 Fax 714 ) 964- 7053 q, II I I PLANNING COMMISSION CITY OF AVALON NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS March 31, 2004 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Avalon Planning Commission wilt i hold PUBLIC HEARINGS to consider the following items at the regular 'February meeling to be held on WEDNESDAY, March 31, 2004, at 7 p.m at the CATALINA MUNICIPAL COURT, 215 SUMNER AVENUE, AVALON, CALIFORNIA. I. A Public ~ to consider an Application for a Conditional Use Permit to allow the renthg or leasing o( a room or rooms with or without table board for penoos of fewer than thiff (36) consecutive days duration (Transient Rental Sec. 9-6 603 AMC) at 800 Cn~cent. (A ~lion as to this project's status under the California Environmental QuaMy ~ will be made by the Commission) Deacon Same Location: 800 Crescent PC# 2109 APN:. 7480 049 055 Zone: 2. Pubic Head~ to consider an Application for a Conditional Use Permit to aUow the renlmg or ~ of a room or rooms with or without table board for periods of fewer Ihan (30) omm be days duration (Transient Rental Sec, 9-6.603 AMC) at 48 Playa Azut (A as to this project's status under the California Envi- ro rn Quai ,k:t d be mado by the Comm ss ) L.ocalkm: PC#2110 Zone: Chao I-I~ Lin & Wen Hua Huange Cove Real Estate P so 0 -Hammon Cove APN: 7480 048 111 LowDen S 3. Pubr Headng to consider an Application for a Conditional Use Permit to allo~ the renting or leIk~ of a room or rooms with or without table board for periods ol fewer Ihan (30) omeculive days duration (Transient Rental Sec. 9-6.603 AM(;): at the folo Iocaliou (A as to this project's status under the Califor-i nia ~ Qualy/~t d be made by Ihe Commission) O mer. Aim Static Appr, ca,t Same Location: 348 & 1/2 Sumner Ave. PC# 2114 APN: 7480 033 127 Zone- Oe.s y 0.nee Todd &oprcat Same Loca o EucaW PC#2113 APN: 7480 034 028 Zone Der=ay G aHeyes /wr a Same Localion: Upper Tenane PC#ZI12 /I~N: 7480 024 025 Zone: Me mm Den 4. Pul0Ec Headng to consider Conditional Use Permit for Congregate Housing Project, Negate Declaration and Local Coastal Development for a Site Plan ~ for a 13 ur~ ~t at 108 V'mudelou in a High Density Rasi. dented Zone. Owner:. Vimdellou Properties, LLC Ap Icant Jot, n :32 Sod Vism 2081 108 ~udeiou Zone: ltghl)emay If you chale e aim d the Rannmg Commission in court, you may be limited to raising only lhose i you or someone else raised at the public hearing described in this nolk:e, or in w~itten correspondence delivered to the Planning at. or pdor to, Ize pui hearing. BF. PEIE WOOtSON Dkecbr dPlam Pub shed- The Islander Friday, March 12, 2004 Posted: City Hal Friday, March 12, 2004