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i 9 S.O.S. PLUMBING Leaks, Clogs, Heating Local References Appliance Installation Serving Avalon Since 1975 Memorial Mass Until moving to Apple Valleycomplete honesty, upbeat nature, with her husband and three sons hard working ethic, great joy, for Islander set for in 1957, she attended Avalonhumor and love of people will be Oct. 28 in Avalon School, graduating Valedictorian remembered by those who knew in 1947. her. She is and will be greatly She married the love of her missed. FOR THE ISLANDER life Ed Fine Sr. in 1949 andMargaret is survived by her began her family in 1~951. Her three sons; Ed (Larry Pilcher), Margaret Fine (Rikalo), 87, love of the Island remained Tom (Mary Fine) and Jim (Jill passed away peacefully in her throughout her life, living again Fine); her brothers Sam and Pete Pocatello Idaho home surround- in Avalon from 1990 until 2007, Rikalo; five grandchildren, six ed by her family on June 12, and spending as much time asgreat grandchildren and many 2017.' Her strength of character, possible in her Avalon home on nieces, nephews and a large faith, and visits from family kept the Island after that. extended family. her smiling and enjoying every She loved "motor-homing" Family and friends are invited moment throughout her brief with Ed Sr. and they traveled to her Memorial Mass at St. battle with leukemia, the United States, Canada and Catherine's Catholic Church "Margie" was born in Avalon, Alaska extensively until 2007. in Avalon to be celebrated on Catalina Island, on Sept. 26, Her life was full of passionSaturday, Oct. 28, 2017 at 11 1929 to Slavic parents Sam and for her faith and family. Her a.m. Pearl Rikalo. Margaret Fine Picnic between 6:00 pm and 6:30 pm on water will be available for purchase, exhibitions, music and dance per- From page 1 " Friday, July 7th. Judging by a spe- The First Fridays at the Museum formances, lectures by guest speak- cial guest will begin at 6:30 pm and event Will take place from 6 to 9 ers from all over the world, and No summer celebration would the winner will be announced at p.m. on Friday, July 7th. Tickets are the finest in silent, documentary be complete without pie and a little 7:00 pm. The remaining pies will be $20 for members, $25 for non-mem- and international film. Open seven healthy competition. The Catalina available for tasting once the win- bers and $5 for children (age 15 days a week from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Island Museum invites bakers of all ner has been announced. For contest and under). Admission may be pur- except Fourth of July, Thanksgiving ages to enter its first ever pie baking rules and to download an entry chased online at CatalinaMuseum. Day and Christmas Day. The new contest. There is no fee to enter but form visit CatalinaMuseum,org. org, in person at the museum's visi- Ada Blanche Wrigley Schreiner the winner of Best Pie - judged on Attendees are encouraged to tor services desk, or upon arrival at Building is located in the heart of presentation and taste - will walk bring a picnic or snack to enjoy in the door. Avalon at 217 Metropole Ave. For away with a $100 cash prize. Pies the open-air plazas of the museum's The Catalina Island Museum more information, call 310-510-2414 are to be delivered to the museum second floor. Wine, beer, soda and offers the best in art and history or visit CatalinaMuseum.org. f #vatvn Tran RIDER ALERT FARE INCREASE Please note the Garibaldi Bus fares for single rides will increase to,$2.00 effective July 1, 2017. We appreciate your continued support of our services. Thank you for riding with Avalon Transit. PUBLIC NOTICE Vehicle Registration by Declaration July Renewal bv Declaration Dollyia Island Psychic- Renewal Comm. Autoette Catalina Flying Boats - Renewal Comm. Vehicles Avalon Boat Stand - Renewal Comm. Vehicle Hamilton Cove Cleaning Service - Renewal Comm. Autoette Brown's Bikes - Renewal Comm. Autoette Afishinado Charters - Renewal Comm. Autoette Catalina Property Services - Renewall Comm. Autoette Catalina Island Conservancy - Renew Comm. Vehicles Seacrest Inn - Renew Comm. Autoette Scotty's Sportflshing - Renew Comm. Autoette Avalon Hotel - Renew Comm. Autoette Hermosa Hotel - Renew Comm. Autoette .. Catalina Scuba Luv - Renew Comm. Autoette Geoff King Plumbing - Renew Comm. Autoette Interior Commercial by Declor~rion Catalina Island Camps - Renewal 3 Comm. Vehicles Catalina Island Conservancy - Renewal 31 Commercial Vehicles Connolly Pacific - Renewal 2 Commercial Vehicles Emerald Bay BSA- Renewal 3 Commercial Vehicles Guided Discoveries - Renewal 4 Commercial Vehicles Institute for Wildlife Studies - Renewal 3 Commercial Vehicles Mountain & Sea- Renewal Comm. Vehicle San Gabriel Valley BSA- Renewal 2 Commercial Vehicles Two Harbors Ent. - Renewal 16'Commercial Vehicles Wrigley Institute - Renewal 5 Commercial Vehicles Catalina Backcountry - Renew comm. Vehicle Catalina Outdoor Adventures - Renew Comm. Vehicl4 Published: The Catalina Islander: June 30, 2017 Posted: Bulletin Board at City Hall City of Avalon Website: http:llwww.cityofavalon.coml SOU]HERN CALIFORNIA EDISON" .~'~ EDISON INTERNATIONAL® Company Stage I Mandatory Water Conservation and Rationing Update - May 2017 California's severe drought resulted in a reduced water supply in Catal~a's Middle Ranch Reservoir. Fortunately, winter storms have provided some welcome relief. Based on water levels in the reservoir. Southern California Edison.(SCE) received authorization from the California Public Utilities Commission to deactivate Stage 3 Mandatory Water Conservation and Rationing, which is triggered when the reservoir falls below 200 acre feet, and return to Stage 1 Mandatory Conservation. Stage 1 was activated on March 7, 2017. Customers are no longer subject to daily allotments, but Stage 1 does have restrictions on the use of water fit for drinking. Island residents, who already had some of the best water use practices in the state, have been effective in reducing our water use. Please continue to use water wisely during Stage I Mandatory Conservation. with Visitor counts 105,000 ...................................... 40.00 95,000 .................................... 35.00 85,~0 30.00 25.00 ˝rsL~-r Counts[] Ware[ U~Je (Acre Fee~) Water Supply Status and Stage 1 Results " • As of June 15 2017 the Middle Ranch Reservoirwater level was 716 acre feet. • In May, 2017, water use declined 37 percent even with a 23 percent increase in visitors to the island; 22 acre feet Of water was used compared to 35 acre feet in May, 2013. • In May, 2017 water use increased 19 percent with e 6 percent increase in visitors to the is- land; 22 acre feet of water was used compared to 18 acre feet in May, 2016. For More Information • Commercial and residential customers can call 1-800-367-8851. For dediceted Catalina Island customer support call Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. • To report potential water use victations, call 1-800-367-8851. Visit SCE's web page for Catalina Island customers at sce.com/catalina. ". For water conservation tips, visit Save Our Water's website at saveourwater.com. - CN8-3024859~ ........................................................................................................................................................... ÷ ......................................... r ............................ 6 i Friday, June 30, 2017 THE CATALINA ISLANDER