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REAL ESTATE time capsule lO YEARS AGO AUGUST 2001 Researched by Chuck Liddell //Compiled by Jennifer Leonhardi ENTERTAINMENT Catalina Theater Festival, Circus Contraption, We Tell Stories, Jim Gamble Puppet Produc- tions, Field of Dreams. Tile WaLking Tour started by Mu- Seuln. First annual Yacht Dog-Strut Your Mutt dog show, Two Harbors. Fake Ads: Caution, Giant Garib- aldi; Catalina Island Now Offers Buffalo Rodeo, Back- Off, Inc.; Love On The Rock, matrimonial service on the Island. Island's Embrace, Westwind Pro- duction, Polynesian luau, Ca- sino. Community Church Dining Club put on dinner theatre, Murdera la Carte Mystery, Burritos and Banditos. Third annual Catalina Pottery and Tile Extravaganza, Museum. The Third Annual Two Harbors Arts and Crafts Fair was held. Nt~WS Average Temperature: High, 69 degrees; low, 62 degrees; wa- ter, 70 degrees. Vessels moored, 2,837; vessels an- chored, 585. Cruise ships: 19,650. Ecstasy, 10,512; Serenade, 9,138 College level classes offered at the school by the Long Beach Community College. Greenish brown algae was bloom- ing in abundance in the ocean off of Avalon. The state gave Avalon $500,000 to study the water in Avalon Bay. A little over 700 students enrolled in Avalon schools. There were about 20 bald eagles on the Island. The Veterans of Foreign Wars was offering bricks for $50 for the Mole Memorial Park. Church Mouse fishing tournament raised over $48,000. The Avalon school had eight new teachers. Avalon Christian School had two new teachers: Cyndi O'Connor and Kris Breese. ANNOUNCEMENTS Rayden Hamilton (1923-July 18, 2001). Gert Pichler (1967-Aug. 2, 2001). BUSINESS Chamber Employee of the Month, July, DianaMoonan. Greater Long Beach Child Guid- ance Center, new, Cricket Al- ley. J. L.'s Locker Room, 124 Sumner. K. P. Endeavors, 1 West Banning House Rd., Two Harbors. Kona Ken's, The Landing. The Landing provided home pizza delivery. Paradise Island Captains/ Island Captains/Island Paradise Co., 144 Pebbly Beach Rd. Same Day Delivery, new, pick up items on the mainland and send them to the Island. Terry Beadle was Avalon's city fire chief. Dr. Eileen Gleber and Dr. Stephen Trottier, new doctors at hospi- tal Dave Montgomery was president of the Avalon Beautiful Soci- ety. Eddy Sandoval was sports coordi- nator. REAL ESTATE 231 Descanso, $399,500. 335A Metropole, $475,00. Kate Lynn Panzer, 1 West Banning House Rd., Two Harbors. SENIOR OF THE WEEK Matthew Gregory Hibbs Class of 2001 AKA: Matty, Mateo, Maffew, Matchu, Tech-Boy ,Like I Always Say: "Do you realize what you've done?", "Excuse me, this will only take a second." What I Have That Others Don't: Friends that are always there for me no o matter what and parentswho helped me grow up to be a great person. I Will: Strive to be a better per- son, work hard to get a good job. Avalon Bay Water Quality WHAT DO THE WARNING SIGNS MEAN? The signs are posted by the county of Los Angeles Health De- partment to warn swimmers that there may be bacteria in the water. The signs are warnings only. The beach is not closed to swim- ming. The water used for testing is taken at "ankle depth," about 3 inches. The conditions existing in 3 inches of water are most likely different than the conditions fonnd in deeper water What is the city of Avalon doing , to address water quality issues? Since 2004, the city of Avalon has invested over $3.8 million on Bay Water Issues $500,000 for a circulation and microbiological study of Avalon Bay. The study identified imple- mentation projects to reduce bac- terial contamination. The city of Avalon lined and sealed sewer mains, manholes, and laterals in the first three blocks from the waterfront, repaired plumbing under wharfs and modi- fied street wash down procedures to prevent run-off. $1.3 million to study'the ex- tent of sewage contaminated shal- low groundwater, repair residential sewer laterals, and study sources of Fecal Indicator Bacteria in ankle depth waters. $2 million to continue vari- ous studies and continue with in- frastructure improvements. In September 2008, the city of Ava- lon completed a grant agreement for Proposition 13, Clean Beaches Initiative Funding for the Avalon Bay Water Quality Improvement Project. This project's goal is to inspect and repair/replace approxi- mately 370 residential sewer later- als and to install monitoring wells along Avalon's main beaches to monitor shallow groundwater be- neath the city that may be impact- ing beach water quality. Most of this work has been completed. This summer (2011), the city of Avalon is beginning a $5.1-million project to clean, repair and replace miles of sewer lines and make im- provements at its .sewer plant, its biggest investment yeL In 2007, Avalon Beach was added to a $4.5 million swimmer health effects study The Southern California Coastal Water Research Project, UC Berkeley School of Public Health and Heal the Bay are conducting epidemiology studies that assess if swimmers in Avalon are experiencing any health effects from water quality and beach post- ings. Preliminary results suggest no correlation between illnesses and swimming at posted beaches. Final results are expected in the next few months. As demonstrated by the above actions, the city of Avalon is very concerned about the health and welfare of its residents and visitors and is taking every step possible to eliminate positive test results. - Provided by Catalina Island Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau i --.: Ao 16 ' 211t 343 Catalina - Triplex- Main Unit, 1 BR, 1 BA Vacation Rental. 2 Studios Year Round Rentals. S775,000 74 Sol Vista - Completely Remodeled. 2 BR, 3.5 BA & Study. S665,000 243 (]arissa - 3 BR, 3 BA lower unit, 3 BR, 1 BA upper unit. Spacious Duplex on the Flats! S989,000 316.5 Wldtley - Triplex 3BD/2BA; 2BD/1BA; 1BD/1BA. Great Invest- ment Opportunity! $899,000 351 Catalina- 6 BD, 6 BA. Spanish Style: Large lot. Well Maintained! SI,275,000 Bahia Vista B-32- 1 BD, ! BA. 797 sq. ft. End Unit. S325,000 11 Canyon Terrace- 3 BD, 2 BA. Vacation Rental! S749,000 21 Canyon Terrace- 3 BD, 1.5 BA. Remodeled! 3 Priv. Decks! $610,000 162 Middle Terrace - 3 BR, 3 BA 2 car Garage. 4 Decks. 2 firepla~. Aparlment for Income!.S|,799,000 341 (amino Del Monte - 4 BR, 4 BA, 4400 sf home with l BR, 1 BA income unit. $2,499,000 211 Clarissa - Duplex Unit 1~ 3 BD, 3 BA. Unit 2~3 BD, 1.75 BA. Great Income Properly! $1,699,000 328 Descaaso Duplex - 3 BR/ !.75 BA & 1 BR/1 BA $662,000 B34 Bahia Vista - t BR, 1 BA Remodeled. Furnished! S385,000 108 Viedulou - Major Price Reduction! 3 Lots Available. Priced $639,000; $659,000 & $699,000 191 Lower Terrace- Foundation Com- phted. Plans for 3 Levels. $799,500 Villa !0-78- ] BD, 1 I~ Acces~ Ind~ Land ffudlm. $299,000 227 Beacon A- Vista Glenar Condo 2 BR, 2.5 BA, View. $740,000 CHECK OUT THESE GREAT OWNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES! Villa 1-53 - I BD, 2 BA, Custom Design,0cean Views! S550,000 V'k 18-69 ~ 2 BD, 2 BA, 1,246 sq. ft. Strong History! S686,382 Vilh 2-32 ~ 1BD, 1BA, Fun'ished, indudes Got Caa. Ve~l $379,000 Ville 4-16 ~ I BD, 2 BA, ~ Reflects' land Purdlase. ~ $695,000 Villa 9'60 - Top Corner of Bldg. Immaculnte, Smart Car Ind. $675,000 Villa 2-47 ~ 20 steps to properly. End Unit w/vat, rental permit. $625,000 2-27 ~ 2 BD, 2 BA, Great Views of the Ocean! $549,000 Vigo !-57 ~ 1 BD;1 BA w/views! 8eoutifdly Appointed! $399,000 Vik I0-77 - 2 BD, 2 BA, Includes Lind hm:lmse! $524,000 Villa 17-80 ~ 2 BD, 2 BA, I~e Includes Land I~! $699,900 V'die 10-66 ~ 3 BD, 3 BA. Least expensive 3 BD in HC] $984,000 333 Cladssa.- $849,000 ! ! 7 Vieudulou - S925,000 257 E. Whittley - $699,000 354 Descanso- $560,000 87 Sol Vista - $305,000 226 Clarissa - $899,000 38 Rockinghorse - $1,399,000 324 Eucalyptus - S599,000 348 Sumner- $525,000 B46 Bahia Vista - $424,000 Hamilton Cove 3-19 - $620,000 3 Fariview Terrace - $699,000 310 Clafissa - $825,750 311 Catalina - $375,000 323 Beacon - $610,000 TiiE cATALiNA isLANDER .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Friday, AugUS[ 26,2011 ~ 3