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HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. youth, encouraging a broken world by offering hope to over-

A New
he 2017 Surfers' Hall of Fame is pleased to announce come through Jesus Christ.
Bethany Hamilton and Mick Fanning as this year's in- Using her platform as a professional athlete to promote liv-
ductees. Bethany, who survived a vicious shark attack ing a fit and healthy lifestyle, Bethany authored the book

Surgeon
in 2003, went on to become an inspiration to millions of BODY AND SOUL in 2014. Her latest project, UNSTOP-
surfers and non-surfers alike across the globe through her PABLE, a surf documentary which will showcase her as one

General
story of determination, faith and hope. Mick overcame a ca- of the best women surfers in the world, will release soon.
reer-threatening injury and one of sport's greatest competitiveBethany's greatest joy is being a wife and mother, and she
dynasties, in the form of American Kelly Slater, to reach surf-continues to touch and inspire lives globally as a professional
surfer, and motivational speaker.

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Bethany Hamilton has become a source
Surfer Hall of Fame Inductee of inspiration to millions through her story
Bethany Hamilton of determination, faith and hope, said bama-appointee Vivek Murthy was
Aaron Pai. We are honored to be able to asked to resign Friday. His replace-
thank Bethany for her achievements ment: Rear Adm. Sylvia Trent-Adams, a
and her contributions to our Surf- nurse who was serving as the deputy sur-
ing World! Amazing Surfer! geon general.
Amazing Athlete! Amazing Trent-Adams isn't the first nurse to hold
person! the position, which doesn't actually require
Michael Eugene "Mick" someone to be a physician.
Fanning, nicknamed Surgeons general rarely make news un-
"White Lightning, was less they challenge the president politically.
born on June 13, 1981 in Murthy made waves during his nomination
Sydney, Australia. In his because of his opinion that gun violence
first year on the pro tour at constitutes a public health threat. He's also
age 22, Mick finished an in- been a vocal supporter of Obamacare.
credible 5th in the world, earn- Trent-Adams has worked in public
ing the ASP Rookie of the Year health since 1992. She served as an Army
award. In 2003 Mick climbed one step nurse officer and holds a bachelor's de-
higher and finished 4th and many thought gree in nursing, a master's degree in nurs-
2004 would be Mick's year. However, a cat- ing and health policy, and a doctorate in
ing's highest echelon three times to date. astrophic freesurfing injury changed everything. Mick ripped philosophy."
We are honored and excited to induct Mick and Bethany his hamstring clean
into the Surfers' Hall of Fame this coming August, said off the bone, was
Surfers' Hall of Fame founder Aaron Pai. They are the King out of action for six
and the Queen of Surfing! months and left
Bethany Meilani Hamilton-Dirks was born in Lihue, q u e s t i o n i n g
Kauai. At the age of thirteen, Bethany lost her left arm to a whether he'd ever
14-foot tiger shark, which seemed to end her career as a ris- again surf competi-
ing surf star. One month after the attack, Bethany returned tively.
to the water and within two years had won a national amateur His comeback to
title. the World Tour was
In 2007, Bethany realized her dream of surfing profession- a stirring win in
ally and since then her story has been told in a New York front of 20,000 fans
Times best selling autobiography and the 2011 film, SOUL at his homebreak,
SURFER. At the 2016 Fiji Women's Pro, she placed 3rd after Snapper Rocks.
upsetting two of the top seeded women on the world tour, Mick then put to-
Tyler Wright and Stephanie Gilmore. Bethany is involved in gether one of the
numerous charitable efforts, including her own foundation, most impressive
Every 15 Minutes High School Scholarship Program

Friends of Bethany, which reaches out to amputees and competitive sea-


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was once mobbed by 400 water crocodiles like I did in
people in the streets of Las Queensland," said the man with a
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and photos taken with Rob Cham- of his Champion Plumbing truck
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cials. He had a rich Australian ac- work with your hands as well as
cent, could hold small crocodiles succeed in some tight and often
and even wield a big knife like the dirty situations. It also helps to have
one Hogan made famous in his a warm smile and a native Aus-
movie series. tralian's "No Worries" attitude. I
Champion, who grew up north of love it when he talks Australian,
Brisbane in Queensland, Australia, using such phrases as "G'Day,
also ended up doing commercials mate." He has become my favorite
all over the globe for Foster's Beer, plumber! You can ring A Hunting-
Outback Steakhouses, Quantas Air- ton Beach plumber was once
lines, a potato chip company in mobbed by 400 people in the streets
Holland and many more between of Las Vegas. They all wanted au-
1980-2015. He also appeared in TV tographs and photos taken with Rob
series, like "Great Adventure." Champion. The Australian native, a
He first came to Huntington "dead ringer" for Crocodile Dundee
Beach to do promotions for a wine (Paul Hogan), was just outside Bin-
company and never left. Champion ion's Horseshoe, when the flash
gave up his love of the Outback for mob scene occurred.
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"US"
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Cut Low-Skilled

M
Immigration
to RAISE
People and Their Issues - Our Business... American Wages? r. Paul Genova has been President and Chief
Operating Officer of Wireless Telecom Group
Inc. since June 30, 2016.
By Deena Flinchum I haven't said too much about this election since the
The Senate could soon vote to give millions of Americans start....but this is how I feel....
THE LOCAL NEWS is published on the 1st and 15th.
their biggest pay-raise in decades. I'm noticing that a lot of people aren't graciously accept-
The proposal in question isn't a minimum wage hike or a
THE LOCAL NEWS serves the residents/business men
ing the fact that their candidate lost.
tax cut. Rather, it's a bill that would reduce legal immigra- In fact you seem to be posting even more hateful things
tion by half. The reform would turbo-charge wage growth
and women of Huntington Beach, Fountain Valley and
about those who voted for Trump.
and open up new job opportunities for working-class Amer- Some are apparently "triggered" because they are post-
icans.
Westminster, California with entertaining, informative
ing how "sick" you feel about the results.
and objective looks at ourselves, neighbors and the Senator Tom Cotton's RAISE Act would reduce family- How did this happen you ask? Well here is how it hap-
sponsored visas by eliminating categories that allow for the pened!
world as issues are debated, people interact socially and immigration of extended family members. In plain terms, You created "us" when you attacked our freedom of
most recent immigrants would no longer be able to secure speech.
politically and events take place locally. We also believe green cards granting lifetime residency and work privileges You created "us" when you attacked our right to bear
arms.
that we should have fun and thank volunteers! You created "us" when you attacked our
Award Winning Staff Christian beliefs.
You created "us" when you constantly re-
ferred to us as racists.
Rex Gerlach &
Jim Horton (Emeritus) You created "us" when you constantly
Internet Services: called us xenophobic.
You created "us" when you told us to get
1st Page Exposure on board or get out of the way.
Sales: Account Manager: You created "us" when you attacked our
flag
You created "us" when you took God out
Kevin Garofalo
Marketing Coordinator of our schools.
You created "us" when you confused
& City Editor: women's rights with feminism.
Nancy Gray You created "us" when you began to emas-
Graphic Design: culate men.
You created "us" when you decided to
make our children soft.
Photography & Freelance:
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You created "us" when you decided to vote
for progressive ideals.
Chris MacDonald for their siblings or adult children. They would still be able You created "us" when you attacked our way of life.
Contributors: to bring over their minor children and spouses, of course. You created "us" when you decided to let our govern-
The proposed law would also cap refugee admittances at ment get out of control.
Arnold Dufour, Cathy Green, Moe Kanoudi, a compassionate but sustainable 50,000 per year -- roughly You created "us" the silent majority
the average annual intake from 2001-2010. Additionally, it You created "us" when you began murdering innocent
would end the "visa lottery" -- a fraud-plagued program that
Jordan Kobritz, David White
law enforcement officers.
All inquiries for Advertising and Editorial call (714) awards green cards at random to over 50,000 lucky foreign- You created "us" when you lied and said we could keep
914.9797. Any omissions/errors in copy or advertising ers each year. our insurance plans and our doctors.
limited to in kind cost of actual newspaper space occupied
Analysts predict that these changes will reduce legal im- You created "us" when you allowed our jobs to con-
migration by 40 percent the first year and 50 percent over a
by the error. Letters-to-the-Editor policies include:
tinue to leave our country.
decade. You created "us" when you took a knee, or stayed seated
address letters to Editor at address below. Include your Why is this a good thing for American workers? Simple. or didn't remove
name, daytime phone number, occupation or company
Most of the people who arrive on family-sponsored, your hat during
refugee, and lottery visas have limited skill-sets. Nearly 30
affiliation, group or organization membership, should
our National An-
percent of foreign-born adults lack a high-school degree
those issues be appropriate. THELOCALNEWS
them.
compared to just 9 percent of native-born Americans. You created
reserves the right to print all or part, editing for brevity
As a result, these new arrivals -- most of whom are law- "us" when you
abiding and hardworking -- gravitate to blue collar or serv-
or language. Reproduction in whole or part is strictly
forced us to buy
ice-sector jobs. According to the latest figures from the health care and
prohibited without written permission. Subscriptions are Department of Homeland Security, less than 13 percent of then financially
$35 per year, $19 for 6 months and $12 for 3 months.
immigrants with family-sponsored visas work in manage- penalized us for
ment or professional occupations.
Substantial copies of The Local News are direct-mailed to
not participating.
Offshoring and automation have wiped out millions of And we became fed up and we pushed back and spoke
residents and businesses in our circulation area. Subscrip- low and medium-wage jobs. Almost two million Americans up.
tion sales are a major part of our business approach. have been out of work for six months or more. Importing
hundreds of thousands of foreign laborers to compete with
And we did it with ballots, not bullets.
Home delivery is augmented by direct mail to specific these struggling Americans only holds down wages.
With ballots, not riots.
With ballots, not looting.
local residents, business and officials. We encourage your When a country increases the size of a skill group by 10 With ballots, not blocking traffic.
support and participation. Seal Beach, Rossmoor, percent through immigration, wages fall by about 4 percent
for that skill group. Wages have been stagnant, especially for
With ballots, not fires, except the one you started inside
Los Alamitos, Surfside & Sunset Beach have Market low-skill workers, for decades. Hourly wages have scarcely
of "us"
"YOU" created "US".
Coverage with bulk distribution in Belmont Shores, budged since the 1960s once inflation is accounted for. It really is just that simple.
Naples & Cypress. Address correspondence to America should not bring in more low-skilled foreigners By Paul Genova
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when its own lesser-skilled workers cannot find decent jobs.
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ers who toil as line cooks,

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construction workers, and house-
keeping staff -- jobs that unem-
ployed Americans would thrive in.
Due to an overabundance of la-
Newspaper Print Policy: The Local News is a bi-
borers, working-class Americans
monthly print publication. Generally we try to publish on

haven't seen a substantial pay bump


the 1st & 15th of each month. We go to press on the

in decades. It's time for a RAISE.


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After Quasimodo's death, the Arch- 'Archbishop, who was this man ?'..
bishop of Paris at the Cathedral of Notre
Dame sent word through the streets of 'I don't know his name,' the bishop sadly
Paris that a new bell ringer was needed. replied,

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conduct the interviews personally and
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thought would be a long screening
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After observing several applicants the unfortunate death of the armless cam-
demonstrate their skills, he had decided to panologist, the Archbishop continued his

call it a day and would offer prayers for interviews for the new bell ringer of Notre
more success the next day. Dame Cathedral.

Just then, an armless man approached The first man to approach him said,
him and falling flat on his face announced 'Your Excellency, I am the brother of the
that he was there to apply for the bell poor armless wretch that fell to his death
ringer's job. The bishop was incredulous. from this very belfry yesterday.

'But man you have no arms !' I pray that you honour his life by allow-
ing me to replace him in this duty.'
'No matter,' said the man. 'Observe my
technique!' The Archbishop agreed to give the man
And he began striking the bells with his an audition, and, as the armless man's
face, producing a beautiful melody on the brother stooped to pick up a mallet to
massive carillon. strike the first bell, he groaned, clutched
The Archbishop listened in astonish- at his chest, twirled around, and died be-
ment; convinced he had finally found a re- fore he hit the floor.
placement for Quasimodo.
Two monks who were saying their Mat-
But suddenly, as he rushed forward to tins, hearing the Archbishop's cries of
strike the final bell, the armless man grief at this second tragedy, rushed up the
tripped and plunged headlong out of the stairs to his side.
belfry window to his death in the street
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Aquatic Exercise

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Classes at City Gym
oin one of the Aquatic Exercise classes City Gym & Pool has to offer: Aqua
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and Aquatic Cardio. Classes are held in the indoor, heated pool at City Gym
so classes are good to go no matter the weather. Classes are paid for on a month-
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youd like to try a class for one day. For more information on class schedules and
registration, pick up an HB Sands
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water polo, water aerobics, modified plyometrics, and traditional strength & car-
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nergy On Line in their Industry News letter reports..."AES Receives Fat Burning This calorie burning combines aqua aerobics, circuit training,
Approval from California Energy Commissioners to Construct Gas- and sprint work for the ultimate deep water experience.
Fired Power Generation in Southern California LCG, April 13, 2017- Aquatic Cardio This class improves body tone, flexibility,
-California Energy Commissioners yesterday approved plans to construct and cardiovascular strength, and physical fitness through

Summer
exercise utilizing all muscle groups. No pre-
operate a power generation facility, the Huntington Beach Energy Project requisite for swimming abilities.
(HBEP), located in the City of Huntington Beach. The 844-MW, natural-gas
fired project will be developed by AES Southland Development, LLC (AES).

Youth Sports
The Commissioners had approved a larger version of the Huntington Beach
plan in October 2014. AES requested permission to alter its plans the follow-
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ing year. The California Energy Commission (CEC) is the lead agency for
licensing thermal power plants 50 MW and larger under the California Envi-
ronmental Quality Act (CEQA) and has a certified regulatory program under

P
CEQA.
The HBEP will be located within the footprint of the existing Huntington arents, are you looking for a way Baseball/Softball (6-8 years) on
Beach Generating Station, an operating power plant constructed in the 1950's. to keep your children healthy Mondays & Wednesdays at Murdy
The HBEP will include a 644-MW combined cycle power block, as well as and active this summer? Staring the Community Center and Edison
two 100-MW simple cycle units. The combined cycle block is planned to week of June 26, the Community Com-munity Center. Instructional
commence operations in 2020, and the other units are planned to begin oper- Services Department will offer Pee Baseball & Instructional Softball
Wee T-Ball (3-5 years) and Junior programs are also available for chil-
ations in 2024. dren from 9-14 years. Pee Wee (3-5
California Energy Commissioners also approved another proposal from years) and Junior Basketball (6-8
AES to construct the Alamitos Energy Center (AEC), located near Long years) are offered on Saturdays at
Beach's eastern boundary. The proposed facility will include a nominal 640- Murdy Community Center and the
MW, natural gas-fired, combined cycle power block and four, 100-MW, sim- City Gym & Pool. Instructional Bas-
ple cycle units. The electric generation equipment would be installed on ketball programs for 9-14 years will
approximately 21 acres of the existing 71-acre site, where Alamitos Gener- take place on Tuesdays and Thurs-
ating Station Units 1-6 currently provide a net generating capacity of 1,950 days at Murdy Community Center.
MW. All participants will learn funda-
AES submitted its original application to modernize the existing Alamitos mental techniques, basic rules of the
Generating Station on December 27, 2013. AES amended its application in games, and participate in discus-
September 2015. sions about the pillars of Compet-
ing with Character in these
AES plans to decommission the existing power plants to comply with a instructional programs. For more in-
2010 California regulation constraining the use seawater for cooling at the formation and to register please visit
plants." HBsands.org.
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ALL WOMEN Kobritz


GOLF CLUBS on
Sports
M uirfield Golf Club in Scotland, which has
hosted 16 previous British Open Champi-
By Jordan Kobritz onships, recently voted to admit women for the
of their gender, with the exception of spouses. If either sex prefers to play with their
own gender, who am I to pass judgment on that decision?
Single gender golf clubs arent limited to the male sex. The British Isles are popu-
first time in the clubs 273-year history. lated with numerous golf clubs that exclude male members. There are also women-
The vote was the second time in the past 10 months that Muirfields members voted only golf clubs in the U.S. and Canada. If women prefer to play golf exclusively with
on the issue of female members. The vote may have been based more on pragmatism members of their own gender, is that discrimination? How about book clubs, motor-
and economics than a belief in equality of the sexes. After last years motion was de- cycle clubs, gyms or any other single-sex (male or female) private association of
feated, the Royal and Ancient Golf Club, which organizes the British Open Cham- members is that discrimination?
pionship, announced that it would exclude Muirfield from consideration as a site for The oft heard argument that women should not be excluded from private golf clubs
the tournament. That decision would have cost Muirfield money, because it denies them access to power is a fable debunked long ago. Re-
Mixed business.
prestige and search confirms that men primarily talk about golf on the golf course, not
ly
Men Only Women on
1 1 There is real discrimination between the sexes - in Title IX enforcement,
1 1
No clubho us e 6
job and pay equality, and a whole host of other areas - that begs attention.
pa rt y co urse 2 8
The goal of eliminating single-sex golf clubs is much ado about nothing.
Clubhou se, 3r d 2
ho us e 3
Cou rs e an d club Womens Clubs
2
Not active
Though it is the oldest women's golfing club, the Ladies Putting Club
media coverage. St Andrews does not own a clubhouse.
Despite the outcome of this years vote, dont hold your breath waiting Aberdeen Ladies, Carnoustie Ladies, Ladies Panmure Monifieth, St Rule St An-
for the first female member to be approved. Although the change takes effect imme- drews, St Regulus St Andrews and Troon Ladies all have their own clubhouses but
diately, it could be two years and perhaps longer before a woman becomes a member. play 3rd party courses, the majority of which are public courses.
There is a long waiting list for membership and potential members must be proposed Lundin Ladies and Machrihanish Ladies manage both clubhouses and courses.
by current ones, which means those opposed to the admission of women will have
another opportunity to voice their disapproval. Jordan Kobritz is a former attorney, CPA, and Minor League Baseball
If co-ed golf clubs is your definition of progress on equal rights, count me as non-
plussed. I dont play golf, never have and hope I never do. To paraphrase a quote er- team owner and current investor in MiLB teams. He is a Professor in
roneously attributed to Mark Twain, I tend to view playing golf as a good walk and Chair of the Sport Management Department at SUNY Cortland
spoiled. However, my golf-playing friends, male and female, feel otherwise. But they and maintains the blog: http://sportsbeyondthelines.com The opinions
view the game differently. My male friends tend to take the game seriously, regardless contained in this column are the authors. Jordan can be reached at
of their ability, unlike my female friends most of whom view golf as a social activity jordan.kobritz@cortland.edu.
or merely as physical exercise.
The overwhelming majority of both sexes I know prefer to play golf in the company The information contained in this column does not necessarily
reflect the opinion of The Local News.
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I n 1911, Yale University professor and explorer Hiram Bingham ventured into
the mountainous jungles of central Peru in search of an ancient Incan city.
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Processed an Average of 519
T
he number of
passports
processed at
the Huntington Beach
Civic Center has
reached a new high!
For the month of
March 2017, City
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fully processed 1,005
passport applications.
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sents a 30% increase
from the 711 applica-
tions processed in
2016. A representa-
tive from the Los Angeles Pass-port Office recently reported that the average number of applications
processed monthly by facilities located in California is 260. During the past twelve months, the City
Clerk's office processed an average of 519.
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cility to receive assistance to self-renew; in other words, they complete a form that they mail
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104 Years of the The 18 Countries
Income Tax:

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Then and Now With the
Most Millionaires
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ATR PERMALINK created a must read history of our Tax system..."As
Americans finish yet another tax filing season, lets take a look at the 104-year inting a million-dollar fortune isn't the remarkable feat it
history of the income tax: used to be.
In 1913 the top marginal income tax bracket was 7% -- today it is 39.6%. It remains a marker of immense wealth, but the club is growing
In 1913 the marginal income tax bracket range was 1% - 7%. Today the range ever more crowded, with nearly 33 million people across the
is 10% - 39.6%. globe now laying claim to fortunes in excess of $1 million, ac-
In 1913 there were 400 pages in the tax code. Today there are 74,608 pages cording to estimates by Credit Suisse in its most recent Global
in the code. Wealth Databook.
In 1913 the family standard deduction was $98,425.45 in todays dollars. The US alone claims 13.6 million adults with a net worth above
The family standard deduction now is just $12,600. $1 million that's 41% of all the world's millionaires and more
When the income tax started in 1913, only 358,000 Americans had to file a than the next eight countries combined.
1040. Today 148,606,578 Americans file 1040s. All index data provided on a 15 minute delay.
"The American income tax is perhaps the most dramatic example of how Switzerland, however, has the most millionaires per capita:
government grows at the expense of liberty," said Grover Norquist, president Nearly 12% of the adults in the country are millionaires, or one
of Americans for Tax Reform. "Slowly. Constantly. Inexorably." out of every 8.6.
The millionaire population isn't necessarily a indicator of broad
wealth within a country. Despite having the most millionaires by
a gaping margin, the median wealth for adults in the US is only
$44,977. Of the 18 countries with more than 200,000 million-
aires, that's a lower median wealth figure than all but Germany
($42,833), Sweden ($39,692), and China ($4,885). Below, Busi-
ness Insider has ranked the 18 countries with the most million-
aires that's all fortunes above $1 million, including the
billionaires based on Credit Suisse's annual wealth report (you
can read the full report here). We've also included the country's
population and median wealth for comparison purposes.

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May is American
Wetlands Month
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M
ay is American Wet- eventually becomes part of our drinking water. species of birds.
lands Month, a cele- A network of levees, weirs and conveyance piping con- Furthermore, as part of an agreement with the U.S. Fish
bration of the trol water flow through the ponds where the water under- and Wildlife Service, OCWD has created more than 800
importance of wetlands to the goes sedimentation, assimilation, adsorption, and acres of bird habitat in the Prado Basin for two endan-
nations economy, ecology and denitrification treatment processes, all of which are specif- gered speciesthe least Bells vireo and the Southwestern
social health. American Wetlands Month was created in ically designed to remove nitrogen and other pollutants Willow Flycatcher. In fact, OCWDs vireo program has
1991 by the United States Environmental Protection from treated wastewater in the Santa Ana River. been one of Californias great environmental success sto-
Agency (EPA) and its public and private sector partners. On average, ries. Today, the basin
During this month, Americans are encouraged to dis- the Prado Wet- hosts the largest pop-
cover and teach others about the critical role that wetlands lands remove ulation of vireo in
play in the environment and the significant benefits they approximately Californiamore
provide increased water storage and supply, improved 30 tons of ni- than 400 known
water quality, reduced flood and storm surge risk, oppor- trate a month, breeding pairs.
tunities for recreation and cultural pursuits, and critical an important Because it is such a
habitat for plants, fish, and wildlife. factor in meet- treasured area for
According to the EPA: Wetlands are the vital link be- ing basin water threatened species,
tween land and water, where the flow of water, the cycling quality objec- the Prado Wetlands is
of nutrients, and the energy of the sun meet to produce tives. In addi- only open to the pub-
highly productive ecosystems with unique plant and ani- tion, significant lic during the spring
mal life. Wetlands may not be wet year-round. In fact, reductions in for bird tours. This
some of the most important wetlands are seasonally dry other pollutants years tour is May 13.
transition zones. As nurseries of nature, wetlands are following treat- Fill out the tour reser-
among the most biologically productive natural ecosys- ment in the wet- vation form (Prado
tems in the world, comparable to rain forests and coral lands include Wetlands) on the
reefs in their productivity and in the diversity of species pharmaceuti- OCWD.com website
they support. cals and syn- to sign up.
Locally, we are fortunate to be able to tour the Bolsa thetic organic OCWD will con-
Chica natural coastal wetlands in the city of Huntington compounds. tinue to balance its
Beach. I invite you to visit the Bolsa Chica Conservancy At the same mission to provide
website (bolsachica.org) to learn about its hands-on time, OCWD has created a fabulous habitat for wildlife. high-quality water to 2.4 million people while also ensur-
restoration and education in wetland science. The 2,150 acres behind Prado Dam that it owns and man- ing environmental stewardship. Its a winning relationship
Less well known to the public are the Prado Wetlands. ages is rich in plant and animal life including rare, threat- for man and nature.
The Orange County Water District (OCWD; District) op- ened and endangered species. This productive and Cathy Green represents Division 6 of the Orange
erates the Prado Constructed Wetlands (PCW), the largest valuable ecosystem supports more than 311 species of County Water District, which includes parts of Huntington
constructed wetlands in Southern California. It is located plants, 7 species of fish, including the endangered Santa Beach and Fountain Valley. For more information, visit
in Riverside County just behind the Prado Dam at the base Ana sucker fish; 10 species of amphibians; 20 species of www.ocwd.com. Contact Director Green at
of the Santa Ana River. reptiles; 23 species of mammals; and more than 175 cgreen@ocwd.com.
In 1992, the District modified a series of duck hunting
ponds and created an ecosystem that utilizes natures most Cathy Green was elected to OCWD in November 2010. She served two terms on the Huntington Beach
natural filtration system to purify treated wastewater that City Council and was Mayor twice. Huntington Beach has been home to the Green Family over 41 years

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Ingredients (175 degrees C). Grease and Mother Teresa (19101997) was a
1/2 cup butter, melted flour an 8x8 or 9x9 inch baking Roman Catholic nun who devoted her life
1 cup white sugar pan. to serving the poor and destitute around
2 eggs In a medium bowl, beat to-
the world. She spent many years in Cal-
1/2 cup self-rising flour gether the butter and sugar. Add
1/3 cup unsweetened eggs, and mix well. Combine cutta, India where she founded the Mis-
cocoa powder the flour, cocoa and salt; stir sionaries of Charity, a religious
1/4 teaspoon salt into the sugar mixture. Mix in congregation devoted to helping those in
1 teaspoon vanilla extract the vanilla and stir in walnuts if great need. In 1979, Mother Teresa was
1/2 cup chopped walnuts desired. Spread evenly into the awarded the Nobel Peace Prize and be-
(optional) prepared pan. came a symbol of charitable, selfless
Add all ingredients to list Bake for 25 to 30 minutes in work. In 2016, Mother Teresa was canon-
the preheated oven, or until ised by the Roman Catholic Church as
Directions edges are firm. Cool before cut-
Saint Teresa.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F ting into squares.

Gimlet Cocktail
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ice. If you can't find or prefer not to use Rose's, you can also make your own.
Garnish with a lime wedge.

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EarthTalk

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From the Editors of


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Protecting Our Future: One School Bus At A Time


Megan Wild inate the diesel emissions by up to 95 percent and as many Each school bus burns an average of one-half gallon of
The EPA as 73,000 school buses from 2008 through 2013 benefited fuel for each hour of idling time. Not only is this unsafe for
considers diesel exhaust one of the highest-ranking air pol- from DERA support through either replacements or up- the bus driver and children, but it costs the school bus com-
lutants. Its responsible for a number of health issues, and grades. pany money especially consider the rising costs of fuel.
one of its biggest sources is buses the same buses shut- The DERA program has done more than just reduce The best way to reduce harmful emissions from diesel ex-
tling around our children from home to school and back emissions. It has added jobs to the economy, helped expand haust is to retrofit current school buses with diesel oxida-
again. newer technologies and saved millions of gallons of fuel. tion catalysts that reduce particulate emissions by 20
Diesel exhaust can cause or exacerbate The EPA cites that percent.
certain conditions, such as lung damage, the lifetime reduc- These filters, combined with technological advance-
asthma, respiratory issues and allergies as tions of particulate ments in emissions-control systems and efficient fuels, en-
well as increase the chance of developing matter and nitrogen sure school bus fleets stay EPA compliant while saving
lung cancer due to inhalation of fine partic- oxide equal out to money and reducing air pollution.
ulate matter. This is especially true in $12.6 billion in
young children whose lungs are not fully- health savings. The Future of the DERA Program
developed. Children not With the addition of Scott Pruitt, the new EPA Adminis-
President Obama reauthorized the Diesel only benefit from trator, close to two dozen transportation companies and as-
Emissions Reduction Act of 2010 (DERA) clean air, but the sociations worry about the continued funding of the DERA
in 2011 that provides funding to replace DERA program program. These organizations, such as the American Truck-
older school buses emitting large amounts provides educa- ing Association, Caterpillar, Inc., Cummins, Inc. and the
of diesel emissions in low-income and tional books and National School Transportation Association, released a let-
poverty-stricken areas. The program pays videos, such as ter to Pruitt requesting support for the program.
for retrofitting of diesel engines and educational programs The Magic School Bus Gets Cleaned Up, a new story for The new EPA budget is set for release in April 2017 and
to spread awareness. the popular Magic School Bus series. The EPA and includes program cuts of up to 25 percent, including the
Scholastic Books worked together to create the new book elimination of some programs. Since each state in the coun-
The DERA Program to raise awareness about diesel emissions. try receives support from this funding, many struggling
Not only does the DERA program provide grants, but the In the story, the children learn about diesel engines and areas will no longer be able to participate if the program
EPA offers rebates through the program. The DERA pro- ways to reduce air pollution from emissions. The story con- ends due to budget cuts.
gram was funded through the fiscal year 2016. DERA is so cludes with the Magic School Bus getting retrofitted. For
popular that applicants requested more than $44 million in hands-on learners, the EPA hosts a traveling laboratory re- Earthwall is produced by
assistance, although the DERA program budget is $7.7 mil- sembling the retrofitted Magic School Bus that tours the Roddy Scheer and Doug Moss and is a
lion. country to teach children science lessons. registered trademark of
In 2015, the requested amount from over 530 bus fleets Earth Action Network Inc, a 501(c)3 non-profit.
raised to more than $50 million proving the DERA rebate How to Reduce Diesel Exhaust SEND YOUR QUESTIONS TO:
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The newer school buses come equipped to virtually elim- instead of idling. necessarily reflect the opinion of The Local News.

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On the Vine

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Wine Industry Finds a
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Competitor: Marijuana
Eric Asimov : THE POUR writes..."Phil Coturri, a viticulturist who rather discernment: the ability to notice differences and David White
oversees the vineyard at Kamen Estate in Sonoma, Calif., has also been express preferences.
growing marijuana for almost 40 years. Credit Jason Henry for The New Marijuana inspires a similar conversation.
York Times Robert Mark Kamen is a screenwriter whose works include The Karate Kid, and
Legal intoxication is big business and getting bigger. More states have the Taken and Transporter series. He also grows grapes and makes fine wines at
legalized marijuana, leading some in the alcohol industry to Kamen Estate in Sonoma, Calif. And
regard it as a threat to their profit margin. he loves marijuana.
Those concerns are warranted in some cases. In Colorado, I can tell you just as the side ef-
Oregon and Washington, where recreational use has been legal fect of wine is the high, so too is it
for several years, beer sales are down, mostly among mass- with weed, although the experience
market brews. The liquor industry opposed several marijuana is different, he said in an email re-
legalization initiatives last year, and has expressed fears for its cently.
bottom line. There are different flavors and
The fine wine industry, however, has not panicked. Despite bouquets to good weed, and differ-
occasional efforts to pit wine and weed against each other, peo- ent strains that elicit different ef-
ple in the wine business exude an air of mellow acceptance that fects, he added. There are real
the two substances can coexist in harmony. body highs, and real stony highs,
People are trying to say there is a threat, but I really havent and there are highs that are cerebral
talked to any wine industry person yet who actually sees it that and ethereal. There are levels of so-
way, said Tina Caputo, a freelance wine and food writer, who cializing that can be enhanced or in-
in August will be a moderator at the first Wine & Weed Sym- hibited, depending on the strength
posium. The event, a wine industry initiative, will explore pos- and the amount you smoke.
sible business opportunities in California, which legalized Mr. Kamens vineyard is overseen
recreational marijuana use in November. by Phil Coturri, one of the leading
We havent actually seen anybody whos laying down their organic and biodynamic viticultur-
glass of wine to pick up a bong, Ms. Caputo said. Theres ists in Sonoma and Napa Counties.
room in peoples lives for both. Renowned for his vineyard prac-
What brings consumers of cannabis (the marijuana industrys preferred term) together tices, Mr. Coturri is as exalted locally for the marijuana he has grown as a hobby for
with lovers of wine, craft beer and artisanal spirits is a sense of connoisseurship. almost 40 years. At first, Mr. Coturri said, he grew it to supplement his income from
The idea that alcohol and marijuana are in competition comes from those whose pri- managing vineyards. But he came to love the marijuana plants themselves.
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mary reason for drinking is inebriation. These are the people who are more likely to As Nero Wolfe would take care of his orchids in his brownstone, I would spend a
trade one intoxicant for another. couple of hours a day cultivating cannabis, Mr. Coturri said. I cant see myself not
This is not to dismiss the buzz factor of wine. Many people begin to explore wine, harvesting grapes every year for the rest of my life, and I cant see myself not growing
beer and spirits out of curiosity about alcohol, and for some, the reason to drink will marijuana for the rest of my life.
mostly be the chemical effect. Mr. Coturri checking on his marijuana plants. Credit Jason Henry for The New
For others, different considerations take precedence as they explore beer, spirits and York Times
wine. How does it smell and taste? How does it go with food? What were the grapes?
Where did they come from? Who made the wine and what is their history? How does David White is the founder and editor of Terroirist.com, which was named
it express culture? Best Overall Wine Blog" at the 2013 Wine Blog Awards.
This sort of curiosity leads eventually to discourse, by which I emphatically do not His columns are housed at Grape Collective.
mean stuffy snobbery and phony mastery, The information contained in this column does not
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Summer is Here
2017 Surfers HOF
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to catch runaway ratings leader, Joel Parkinson, one of his best friends, to capture tribute to those individuals who have made an indelible mark on the sport, industry
World Title number two. He climbed to the top again in 2013, collecting his third and culture of surfing. Annually, tens of thousands of visitors travel to Huntington
World Title ahead of Slater in one of the sports most thrilling title showdowns. Beach's downtown area and literally walk in the footsteps of surfing superstars
Fanning became a household name in July of 2015, when he was attacked by a and legends from several eras including Laird Hamilton, Andy Irons, Jack O'Neill,
Great White shark during the finals of the J-Bay Open in South Africa. In a leg- Robert August, Bob Hurley, Sean Collins, Kelly Slater, Lisa Andersen, Gerry
endary move on live webcast, Fanning punched the shark and survived unscathed. Lopez, George Downing, Shane Dorian, Greg Noll, Corky Carroll, Shaun Tom-
Considered to be the fastest surfer in the world and credited for bringing peak son, Rob Machado, Timmy Turner, Shawn Stussy and Rabbit Kekai, who are al-
physical performance to the forefront. ready immortalized in cement.
Surfer Hall of Fame Inductee
Mick has overcome some major hurdles in his life The nation's first imprint
Mick Fanning
while working his way to the top of the sport, said collection of legendary
Aaron Pai. Throughout it all, Mick has always shown surfers, the Surfers' Hall of
the heart of a champion and representing surfing in the Fame celebrated its first in-
most positive way! We are honored to be able to thank duction in 1997 inside of spe-
Mick for his achievements and contributions to our cialty retailer Huntington Surf
Sport of Surfing! & Sport where several slabs
The 2017 inductees will have their hand and foot- remain. Four years later with
prints immortalized in cement for the ages on Friday, the blessing of the City Coun-
August 4th at 9:00 a.m. in front of Huntington Surf & cil and a stunning bronze
Sport; under the watchful eye of Duke Kahanamoku, statue of Duke Kahanamoku
the sport's spiritual leader whose statue anchors the serving as a backdrop, the cer-
Surfers' Hall of Fame. This year's induction ceremony emony moved outside to the
features the inductees, family, friends, pro surfers and corner of PCH and Main, less
industry titans, and is open to the public, free-of- than 100 feet from the famed
charge. Further information is available at http://hss- Huntington Beach Pier, site of
surf.com/shof/. the Vans U.S. Open of Surf-
The Surfers' Hall of Fame induction ceremony pays ing. 25
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These will give you something to think about. never a recorded Wendy before.
8. During the chariot scene in "Ben Hur," a
1. A rat can last longer without water than a small red car can be seen in the distance (and He- 15. The very first bomb dropped by the Allies
camel. ston's wearing a watch). And one scene has the on Berlin in World War II killed the only elephant
contrail of a jet over head. And, I wonder if He- in the Berlin Zoo.
2. Your stomach has to produce a new layer of ston's watch had Roman numerals...
mucus every two weeks or it will digest itself. 16. If one places a tiny amount of liquor on a
9. On average, 12 newborns will be given to scorpion, it will instantly go mad and sting itself
3. The dot over the letter "i" is called a tittle. the wrong parents daily! (That explains a few to death. (Who was the sadist who discovered
mysteries... ) this??)
4. A raisin dropped in a glass of fresh cham-
pagne will bounce up and down continuously 10. Donald Duck comics were banned from 17. Bruce Lee was so fast that they actually had
from the bottom of the glass to the top. Finland because he doesn't wear pants. to s-l-o-w film down so you could see his moves.
That's the opposite of the norm.
5. A female ferret will die 11. Because metal was scarce, the Oscars given
if it goes into heat and out during World War II were made of wood. 18. The first CD pressed in the US was Bruce
cannot find a mate. Springsteen's "Born in the USA."
12. The number of possible ways of playing the
6. A duck's first four moves per side in a game of chess is NOW WASN'T THAT CALMING AND
quack doesn't 318,979,564, 000 NICE FOR A CHANGE?....
echo. No one
knows why. 13. There are no words in the diction-
ary that rhyme with orange, purple and
I dont fear death, but I sure dont
7. A 2 X 4 piece silver. like those three-footers for par..
of finished lumber
is really 1-1/2" by 3- 14. The name Wendy was made up ~ Chi Rodriguez
1/2. for the book Peter Pan. There was
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Accessori es
I ndustr y N ews

How Much is the


Average Car Insurance?
A
uto Blog's Beverly Bird takes out prefer to avoid. ers. You may not be willing to give up your spiffy
some insurance of he own..."It's So where does this leave your checkbook? sports model to shave some dollars off your in-
an inescapable fact of life in the You'll pay the most for auto insurance if you live surance costs, but consider having some safety
U.S. - unless you live in New Hampshire - you in New Jersey, the District of Columbia, New features added if it doesn't already have them.
have to carry auto insurance if you own and drive York, Louisiana or Florida. You'll pay the least inThis may qualify you for a discount because it
a car. New Hampshire is the only state where li- Idaho, Iowa, South Dakota, Maine and North can cut down on personal injury risk to you and
ability insurance isn't required by law. Dakota. your passengers.
If you live anywhere else, your premiums may When you're buying a car, think the way your
be painfully high or manageably low, depending Tips to lower your premiums insurer will. If you're willing to drive a four-door
on your geographic area. According to the Insur- You probably shouldn't put your house up for sedan instead of a two-door sports car, you may
ance Information Institute, there's about a $700 sale and move from New Jersey to Idaho just be- save a few bucks - although this isn't always the
difference per year between average car insur- cause of car insurance, but you can do a few other case, so check with your insurer about the model
ance in the most expensive state - New Jersey
- and Idaho, the least expensive state.

The national average


The National Association of Insurance
Commissioners periodically makes a nation-
wide assessment of what people are paying
for auto insurance. The NAIC prepared and
published its most recent report at the end of
2015 for data collected in 2012 and 2013.
Based on the premise that almost everyone
must carry liability insurance and that com-
prehensive and collision coverage is some-
what optional - at least if you're not financing
your vehicle - the NAIC determined that the
average expenditure countrywide was $841 a
year in 2013. This was up about 3.3 percent
from the $814 average in 2012.

The effect of your geographic area


Depending on where you live, you may pay
significantly more or much less than the na-
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tional average. The Insurance Information In-


stitute indicates that your geographical area has things to reduce the burden of high insurance pre- you're considering. If you've dreamed of driving
a decided impact on your auto insurance rates. miums. It typically costs more to stretch out your a Humvee, your insurance company will proba-
Urban drivers pay more than those who enjoy the annual premiums over monthly installments, so bly assume that in an accident, you'd take out
wide open spaces of western highways, not only pay your insurance in a lump sum if possible. every car in your path, and rates are based in part
because there's theoretically less risk of acci- Sign up for a safe driver program if your insurer on the potential damage your vehicle can cause
dents, but because theft and vandalism rates tend offers one - this can save you as much as 15 per- to others. So, your Humvee will cost more to in-
to be lower in rural areas. Cost of living is a fac- cent. Bundling your policies by placing home- sure than a midsize sedan.
tor, too. Medical care and auto repair cost more owners and auto insurance with the same If you do decide to move somewhere cheaper,
in some areas than in others, and residents in company will usually save money as well. check out the 2012-2013 NAIC report. It can tell
some states are just more likely to run to court to Finally, take a hard look at what you're driving. you everything you need to know about the in-
determine damages, something insurers generally Some vehicles just cost more to insure than oth- surance rates and trends countrywide."

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Arnaud Dufour
Lowest Rates
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A
Arnaud Dufour

s usual, bond markets benefit from not only has consequences for US relations alone would be able to sustain the multiple
misfortunes such as these. As bond with Syria and the Middle-East, but it also im- countries that are experiencing financial diffi-
prices rise, yields fall and that means pacts US relations with NATO. Most espe- culties. Greece, Portugal and Italy are the ones
lower rates for all of us. The 30 year fixed is cially, it adds tension to an already stressed we hear most often, but overall there are very
back below 4.0% for the first time since No- relationship with Russia who has been backing few countries in the EU that have been able to
vembers election. The 15 year fixed is back the other side in the Syrian civil war. fire up strong economic engines since the great
down to 3.25%. Clearly, this creates a great op- And most recently, Frances elections are global recession. If France were to follow Brit-
portunity for American homeowners. also bringing
Despite constant talk of rates moving higher stress to finan-
and higher, mortgage rates have come down cial markets
the last few weeks and are currently at the low- around the
est levels of the year. world. One of
The primary driving force behind the rate re- the two run-of
duction is not anything thats happening here candidates,
within our borders, but rather it is the effect of Marine Le
geopolitical headlines coming in from around Pen, favors
the world. following the
North Koreas nuclear threats against South United King-
Korea is what initially set off the move lower. dom and leav-
The potential for war creates fear and uncer- ing the
tainty, two things which financial markets cant European
stomach. Any geopolitical tension such as this Union. When
will fuel a flight to safety where money shifts Brexit hap-
out of stocks and into bonds. When this hap- pened in June
pens, we see stock prices drop, and bond prices 2016, it sent
go up. A higher bond price means a lower rate. shockwaves
While North Korea may have set off the re- throughout
cent flight to safety, they have not been the global finan-
only contributor. Syria was the second domino cial markets.
to fall and push the rally along. Reports of a A French exit would be even more significant ian and exit the EU, it would surely spell the
Syrian gas attack prompted the first major mil- as France is the number two economic power end for the Euro as a whole. The impact would
itary response in Syria since the start of their in the Union behind Germany. If France were create economic uncertainty that would likely
civil war more than six years ago. This reaction to exit, it is unlikely that Germanys strength last months possibly even years.

Arnaud Dufour is a Sr. Mortgage Banker at Newport Beach based DLJ Financial. With more than eleven years in the industry,
Arnaud is available to answer questions in Real Estate Finance E-mail: adufour@dljfinancial.com Call: 714-677-4107
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