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heard this yesterday

Post by dean on Fri Jun 18, 2010 7:42 am

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directions to san jose organic market . opens this saturday the 6th of november.

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Expansion begins at largest U.S.-Mexico border crossing

Post by dean on Mon Mar 07, 2011 8:09 am

they will be expanding San Ysidro

http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20110225/us_nm/us_usa_mexico_border_2
By Marty Graham Marty Graham – Thu Feb 24, 8:24 pm ET

SAN YSIDRO, California (Reuters) – A $600 million expansion that would more than double capacity at the world's busiest border crossing broke ground south of San Diego on Thursday, aiming to boost security and cut lengthy delays at the California-Mexico border.
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The first stage of the overhaul will boost the number of vehicle inspection booths to 46 from the current 24, including a dedicated bus lane and additional inspection facilities at a cost of $292 million.

Second and third phases aim to add pedestrian and southbound inspection facilities and 17 additional northbound inspection booths by early 2016, although more than $300 million needed to complete the project has yet to be authorized by the U.S. government.

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Punishment for gas stations that sell incomplete liters to t

Post by dean on Wed Mar 02, 2011 7:48 am


Punishment for gas stations that sell incomplete liters to the public

Punishment for gas stations that sell incomplete liters to the public
by Baja Daily News on 03/01/11

La Paz, Baja California Sur .- Vehicle owners are supported and welcomed the intention of the Chamber of Deputies to punish gas stations that sell incomplete liters , since this practice is seen as a theft from society.

Federal deputies supported by the Justice Commission, in arresting violators with a punishment of up to 10 years in prison for owners and managers of service stations that sell liters incomplete The opinion of the inhabitants is joy in finding that it was time something was done about it.

According to the information contained in this sense it is mentioned that this practice makes gains a year by 20 billion pesos to the owners of these stations.

The monthly increases and this practice left at a distinct disadvantage to the people, who are ultimately to be no one to absorb the can defend.

Pumps "fixed" that dispense "liters" of 900 milliliters or less, is a practice that harms the economy of families and taking this as a basis, the Congress, which has the backing of the Senate, apply penalties of six months to two years imprisonment and a fine of 500 thousand days who illegally protect them from crude oil or refined oil, processed or derived in an amount less than 300 liters.

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Governor reopens airstrip in Pt. Arenas

Post by dean on Mon Feb 28, 2011 12:20 pm

http://lapaznews.homestead.com/lapaz.html

LA PAZ News
Governor reopens airstrip in La Paz
by Baja Daily News on 02/28/11

La Paz, Baja California Sur .- In opening ceremony of the aerodrome Las Arenas, which is operated jointly by the tourism developments Bay Peninsula Dreams and Dreams, in the San Juan municipal delegation of the Plans Township La Paz, the governor Narciso Agundez Montano said one of the main responsibilities of the authorities is to generate confidence that the private sector to generate employment sources that require citizens to achieve better living standards.


Gov. Narciso Agundez led the restart of operations at the aerodrome Las Arenas, located in the delegation of Los Planes.



Governor holds first working meeting with the governor-elect Covarrubias Marcos
by Baja Daily News on 02/27/11

La Paz, Baja California Sur .- Gov. Narciso Agundez Montano said the handover process of the state government will be in collaboration, respect and cordiality, after holding a first working meeting with the governor-elect Covarrubias Marcos Villaseñor, to whom the head of the State reiterated its commitment to coordinate efforts so that the transition maintains the attention and services to Baja California Sur.

In the presence of the Secretaries General of Government, Finance, the state comptroller and attorney general, Gov. Narciso Agundez and governor-elect Mark Covarrubias discussed several issues that has to do mainly with the handover process and the organization of the swearing-in event that will have to develop the next 5 April.

Agundez Montano expressed its readiness to assist the new government through the delivery of state government that is characterized by transparency and objectivity, as stated, we are contributing to the new government to start as soon as work and responsibility for all the inhabitants of Baja California Sur.

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Cool video LV Classic and some Burning Bush

Post by dean on Fri Feb 18, 2011 10:31 am

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INFORMATION

Cool video
LV Classic and some Burning Bush
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8-XSAraGggk
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otay mesa 905 to port of entry to be open 2012 part finished

Post by dean on Sat Feb 12, 2011 5:40 pm

http://www.otaymesa.org/category/news-events/otay-infrastructure-updates

A major milestone was accomplished in late 2010. Phase 1A of State Route 905 was opened the first week of December. This phase entails a six lane freeway from Britannia to the Otay Mesa Port of Entry.

The Otay Mesa Chamber of Commerce has been working for more than twenty years on this project and is very pleased to annouce that the core 905 project -six lanes from the 805 to the Otay Mesa Port of Entry- will be open in summer 2012. State Route-905 is the first freeway connecting the Otay Mesa community, which represents California’s largest land port of entry, to the San Diego freeway network.

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a walkway bridge from US to TJ airport in the works...

Post by dean on Sat Feb 12, 2011 5:36 pm



http://www.otaymesa.org/category/news-events/otay-infrastructure-updates
The San Diego-Tijuana Airport Cross-Border Facility will be an elevated pedestrian bridge that directly connects a new facility in Southern San Diego County to the Tijuana Airport (TIJ) terminal to provide fast, safe and secure egress across the border for Tijuana Airline-ticketed passengers

The estimated cost for the first phase of construction is $77.9 million, including land acquisition. Construction on the CBF is expected to begin in early 2011, with completion slated by the end of 2012. The project still has a significant number of steps and approvals to clear before a shovel hits the ground.


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new crossing in Otah mesa coming

Post by dean on Sat Feb 12, 2011 5:33 pm


http://www.otaymesa.org/news-events/port-of-entry-and-border-crossing-updates/updates-on-our-new-port-of-entry-otay-ii
A new port of entry is being developed in Otay Mesa just a couple of miles east of the existing Otay Mesa Port of Entry. This project also includes a new highway connection -State Route 11-which will connect to State Route-905. The new port will be managed by a toll system and will include expedited services in both the commercial and passenger lanes. This innovative project supported by the entire region should be operational by 2015.

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mexico election results

Post by dean on Mon Feb 07, 2011 8:04 am


http://www.prep.com.mx/

http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/02/07/us-mexico-elections-idUSTRE7162A420110207

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LV clasic

Post by dean on Tue Jan 25, 2011 8:07 am

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LV CLassic 2011 - and the winner is............The Schools!

Thanks everyone for the best La Ventana Classic Ever!! Get ready for next year.
We are going to pull out all the stops for our 7th annual "Locally World Famous" event

Thank you to all our sponsors, volunteers, racers, and supporters
together we removed 10.5 tons of trash from our town and raised $18,487 USD

- and as we continue to receive donations, the number keeps going up
Special Thanks to these special fundraiser heroes:
Marie Leclerc of Elevation Kiteboarding - Held a women's clinic at the island which raised $2000 USD for women's sports at our schools
Andrew and Adam Koch of Team Fluid - Held a Racing Clinic which raised $600 USD
Mark Bavis and Brendan Richards - Held a strapless clinic which raised $500 USD
Baja Joes - donated coffee proceeds and sky dive show
Kiwi Fields and Jason Maartense - SUP winners who donated their prize boards back to raise $1350 USD
Sean Farley - Mexican Kiter Pro who did a motivation talk at the Telesucundaria and awarded tandem kite rides to students and took them out in breaks between events!!
Sarah, Shane, and Pablos - raised $580 USD at the TOGA rager!!
Larry Wilhelms and Captain Kirks - Yoga Class donations helped the cause!
Jewelry Diane -Donated % of jewelry sales!!
RACES -Final results and wrapup - go to www.laventanaclassicbaja.com
Event photos from The Kiteboarder - http://www.thekiteboarder.com/tag/la-ventana-2011/
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tim@palapasventana.com

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hwy 5 from Mexicali past San Felipe to hwy 1 paved?

Post by dean on Mon Jan 24, 2011 11:25 am

Just read an article that hwy 5 from san Felipe should be paved by next year.

http://www.bajagoodlifenews.com/2011/01/for-immediate-release-baja-love-ride.html?utm_source=Baja+Good+Life+-+Weekly+Report&utm_campaign=38465d2ded-Baja+Report+Weekly&utm_medium=email

San Felipe, BC, Mexico - January 17, 2011 -

The Baja Love Ride, a “ride for a cause”, is forced to change the start date and ride route. The date is being changed from February 14 to March 22. Originally set to begin in Rosarito Beach, the ride will now begin at Monumental Plaza in Tijuana.


Due to unforeseen events, the organizers have had to modify the original planned event. The previously promoted 1000 mile course from Rosarito to Cabo San Lucas has had be shortened considerably. The 2011 ride will now be a 217 mile (349 km) course from Monumental Plaza in Playas de Tijuana to the Aches of San Felipe.

Organizers have recently been told by the government that road damage south of Puertecitos and construction south of the new Highway 5 will make the roads impassable for buses and other large event vehicles.

Authorities contend Federal Highway 5 construction south to Bahia San Luis Gonzaga and west to Transpeninsular Highway 1 will indeed be completed by the time Baja Love Ride 2012 is slated to begin.

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Re: heard this yesterday

Post by dean on Wed Dec 01, 2010 9:47 am

Eastern Pacific Monthly Tropical Weather Summary

Wed, 01 Dec 2010 06:19:21 -0600

000
ABPZ30 KNHC 011219
TWSEP
MONTHLY TROPICAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NWS TPC/NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL
800 AM PST WED DEC 01 2010

FOR THE EASTERN NORTH PACIFIC...EAST OF 140 DEGREES WEST LONGITUDE..

TROPICAL CYCLONE ACTIVITY DURING THE 2010 EASTERN NORTH PACIFIC
HURRICANE SEASON WAS WELL BELOW AVERAGE. ONLY SEVEN NAMED STORMS
FORMED...OF WHICH THREE BECAME HURRICANES AND TWO BECAME MAJOR
HURRICANES. THE LONG-TERM AVERAGES ARE 15 NAMED STORMS...9
HURRICANES AND 4 MAJOR HURRICANES. THERE WERE ALSO FIVE
TROPICAL DEPRESSIONS THAT DID NOT REACH TROPICAL STORM STRENGTH.
IN TERMS OF ACCUMULATED CYCLONE ENERGY...ACE...WHICH MEASURES THE
COMBINED STRENGTH AND DURATION OF TROPICAL STORMS AND HURRICANES...
ACTIVITY IN THE BASIN WAS ONLY ABOUT 50 PERCENT OF THE LONG-TERM
MEDIAN. THE SEVEN NAMED STORMS OBSERVED IN 2010 WAS THE LOWEST
NUMBER OBSERVED SINCE THE ADVENT OF ROUTINE SATELLITE IMAGERY IN
THE BASIN IN 1971. THE TOTAL OF THREE HURRICANES WAS ALSO THE
LOWEST NUMBER OBSERVED SINCE 1971. THE ACE VALUE FOR 2010 WAS THE
THIRD LOWEST SINCE 1971...AHEAD OF ONLY 2007 AND 1977.

REPORTS ON INDIVIDUAL CYCLONES...WHEN COMPLETED...ARE AT THE WEB
SITE OF THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER...USE LOWER-CASE LETTERS...
HTTP://WWW.NHC.NOAA.GOV/2010EPAC.SHTML

SUMMARY TABLE

NAME DATES MAX WIND (MPH)
-------------------------------------------------
TS AGATHA 29-30 MAY 45
TD TWO-E 16-17 JUN 35
TS BLAS 17-21 JUN 65
MH CELIA 18-28 JUN 160
MH DARBY 23-28 JUN 120
TD SIX-E 14-16 JUL 35
TS ESTELLE 6-10 AUG 65
TD EIGHT-E 20-22 AUG 35
H FRANK 21-28 AUG 90
TD TEN-E 3-4 SEP 35
TD ELEVEN-E 3-4 SEP 35
TS GEORGETTE 20-23 SEP 40

$$
HURRICANE SPECIALIST UNIT

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Re: heard this yesterday

Post by dean on Wed Nov 24, 2010 9:55 pm

a development on south beach, towards light house. BAHIA TURQUESA

http://www.bajainsider.com/baja-real-estate/baja_sur/laventana/beachfrontlotshomes.htm

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heard this yesterday

Post by dean on Fri Jun 18, 2010 7:42 am

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