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Lancer boys golf teamwins league TEAM QUALIFIES FOR THE CIF REGIONAL PLAYOFFS BY COACH STEVE HALL The Avalon High SchoOi Boys' Golf Team captured the San Joa- quin Valley League Champion- ship in it first year of existence, and qualified to play in the CIF Southern Section Regionals, held at Tijera Creek Count, Club on Monday, May 9. At this tournament, the Lancers finished in ninth position out of 15 teams to conclude their team season. Rudy Hemandez led Avalon With a 3 over par score of 75. Avalon golf has been led for the past two years by three seniors who Will leave a great void of talent and character when they graduate this year. Jesus Pedroza, Jose Pedroza, and Rudy Hernandez have taken Avalon High School Golf to its highest level of achievemem, and should feel very prbud: of their ac- complishments and contributions to our program. Sophomores Gabe Hernandez, Ricky Tamayo, and Bryan Jimenez and freshman Anthony Hernandez have been a huge part of our success as well. Sophomore Colin Eubank and junior Devin Eubank have been on a steady path of improvement also. Colin Will depart next year for college two years early, leaving an- other gap in this talented team. On a separate path, the Lancers have also qualified three golfers for the CIF Southern Section Re- gional Individual Championships, to be held at Skylinks Golf Course on Monday, May 16. Jose Pedroza, Jesus Pedroza, and Gabe Hernan- dez have all qualified for the tour- nament by finishing second, third and fourth in League Individuals. The top four golfers qualify for the Individual Championship, and the top six earn All League honors. Rudy Hemandez joins his team- mates in this honor by finishing 6th. This has been quite a ride for this group of golfers, and it has not come to an end just yet. It is truly remarkable that such qual- ity golf is being played by kids from such a small town, with such a short golf course. But like Jack Nicklaus always saicl, "It's about the golf swing." There are fourteen clubs and one swing. Lately, these golfers have certainly been in the swing of things. I'd like to say to the young men, continue to represent your town With pride and dignity. You guys are the bomb right now! Congratulations also to Fidel Rodriguez, former Avalon High School Golfer, for helping his Long Beach City College Team advance to the State Finals. Last but far from least, we are indebted to all those who have contributed their resources and expertise to .these golfer's devel- opment. It is certainly paying off huge dividends now. Pictured Above: Bottom Row: Luis Amezcua (manager), Anthony Hemandez Middle Row: Colin Eubank, Rudy Hemandez, Bryan Jimenez, Jose Pedroza Back Row: Coach Lee Robison, Jesus Pedroza, Devin Eubank, Gabe Hemandez, Coach Steve Hall Before you go back  to the mainland... take a little Catalina with you. TI Subscribe Today.  ISIII P.O. Box 428 Avalon. CA 90704 Tel: (310) 5100500 Fax: (310) 510-2882 Para solicitar una copia de esta notificacibn en espafiol por favor escriba a la atencibn de Corporate Communications Southern California Edison Company 2244 Walnut Grove Avenue Rosemead, CA 91770 NOTICE OF P-UBLIC PARTICIPATION HEARINGS REGARDING PROPOSED RATE INCREASES SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON (SCE) COMPANY Application (A.) 10-11-015 The CPUC would like to hear from you! The Public Participation Hearings (PPH's) are being held at various locations within SCE's service territory and will be facilitated by a CPUC Administrative Law Judge. The dates, times and locations of the PPH's are listed below: Date and Time of PPH Location of PPH June.15, 2011 Oxnard City Hall Council Chambers 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. 305 West 3 'd Street Oxnard, CA 93030 June 16, 2011 Visalia Convention Center 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. San Joaquin A/B Room 303 E. Acequia Avenue Visalia, CA 93291 June 20, 2011 Long Beach Courtyard by 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. Marriott Downtown-Atlantic A Room 500 East 1 = Street Long Beach, CA 90802 June 21, 2011 City of San Clemente Community Center 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. Ole Hanson Fireside Room 100 N. Calle Seville San Clemente, CA 92672 June 23, 2011 Palm Springs City Hall Council Chambers 12:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. 3200 E. Tahquitz Canyon Way Palm Springs CA 92263-2743 The purpose of the PPH is to accept public comment from customers of SCE regarding the proposed rate increases. Consumer Affairs representatives from SCE will be present at each site to assist with individual customer billing and service concems. In addition to the PPH listed above, the Commission has also scheduled joint PPH wih Southern California Gas Company, which also has a 2012 GRC pending, in two locations where SCE's and the Gas Company's service territories overlap. The purpose of these joint PPHs is to hear from customers regarding the two applications. The locations and times of these joint PPHs are shown below. Date and Time of Joint PPH Location of Joint PPH June 8, 2011 San Bemardino City Hall Council Chambers 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. 300 North D Street San Bemardino, CA June 9, 2011 Garden Grove Community Meeting Center, City Council 2:00 p.m and 7:00 p.m. Chambers Room 11300 Stanford Avenue Garden Grove, CA At the Joint PPH on June 8 and 9, 2011, the Commission's Public Advisor's office will conduct a bill fair from 3:00 p.m. to 6:45 p.m. to assist utility customers with understanding their gas, electric, and telephone bills, on low-income assistance, and other utility-related topics. SCE'S APPLICATION FILING Southern California Edison Company'(SCE) has filed a General Rate Case (GRC) Application with the Califomia Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) requesting authority to collect base rate (non- fuel)" revenues of $6.247 billion. The proposed application seeks authority to have the rates become effective January 1, 2012. Every three years, SCE is required to file a GRC in which the.CPUC sets annual revenue levels. Annual revenue is the total amount of money a utility collects through rates in a given year for specific purposes. Base rate revenues pay for the costs of owning and operating electric distribution and generation facilities (excluding fuel and purchased power). THE KEY REASONS FOR SCE'S PROPOSED INCREASE SCE has made this request to continue providing safe and reliable service to its customers. The primary reasons for the requested revenue increase are to connect new customers to the system, electric system infrastructure replacement, and to meet increased costs for Information Technology (IT) systems such as protection from cyber security threats to electric system assets. WHAT THIS PROPOSED GRC APPLICATION MEANS TO YOU If the CPUC approves the application, SCE's request would result in a $828 million, or 7.22 percent, increase over currently authorized total revenues (or a 15.48 percent increase in base rate revenues) SCE's application also proposes estimated base rate revenue increases of $152 million in 2013 and $514 million in 2014. These requested rate increases have been reducedby a total of $145 million below the initial application filed in November 2010, due primarily to implementation of federal tax law changes enacted in December 2010. SCE filed this application last November because the CPUC requires utilities to file a GRC Application approximately one year before the effective date of the proposed rate change. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION FROM SCE You may also view a copy of the application at SCE's website: www.T,e.com/orc, or by writing to SCE at the Rosemead mailing address below You may als0 review a copy of this Application and related exhibits at SCE% corporate headquarters (2244 Walnut Grove Avenue, Rosemeed, CA .91770), at the Los Angeles Office of the CPUC at the address shown above, or at the following SCE business offices: 1 Pebbly Beach Rd. Avalon, CA 90704 505 W. 14 = Ave. Blythe, CA 92225 26364 Pine Ave. Rimforest, CA 92378 120 Woodland Dr., Wofford Heights, CA 93285 30553 Rimrock Rd. Barstow, CA 92311 3001 Chateau Rd. Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546 41694 Dinkey Creek Rd. Shaver Lake, CA 93664 6999 Old Woman Springs Rd. Yucca Valley, CA 92284 374 Lagoon St., Bishop, CA 93514 510 S. China Lake Blvd., Ridgecrest, CA 93555 421 W. J St., Tehachapi, CA 93561 For further information from SCE regarding this Application, please write to: Southern California Edison Company 2244 Walnut Grove Avenue Rosemead, CA 91770 Attention: Russell G. Worden General Rate Case Project Manager CPUC PROCESS If you are unable to attend these hearings, you can send public comments to the CPUC's Public Advisor's Office at the address noted below. Please refer to the application filing number, A.10-11-015 when you are writing. All public comments are circulated to the Commissioners, the assigned ALJ, and other line Divisions working on this GRC. All public comments are also provided to the CPUC's Formal Files Office as part of the formal public comment file for this proceeding. The Public Advisor's Office California Public Utilities Commission" 320 West Fourth Street, Suite 500 Los Angeles, CA 90013 E-Mail: Public.Advisor.lacouc.ca.oov Locations for these hearings are wheelchair accessible. If you need interpreters for language or for the hard of hearing, please contact the Public Advisor's Office at the following numbers at least five (5) working days in advance of the meeting date: Telephone: (415) 703-2074 or toll free: 1-800-849-8300 l-l-Y: (415) 703-5282 or toll free TrY: 1-866-836-7825 ;InhecATALiNA isDEa .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. FddayiMay .3,20"/i : s