Advanced Veterinary Care of San Elijo-Offers Targeted Cryotherapy

CRYOSURGERY: Targeted Cryotherapy

At Advanced Veterinary Care of San Elijo, we now offer a new service that is safe and effective for removing small, benign lesions. Dogs (and cats) tend to develop skin tags or warts as they age. For the most part, these are only a cosmetic issue. However, some small masses can become a problem for your pet, particularly if they develop on the face, ears or eyelids. 

Cryosurgery, or targeted cryotherapy, delivers a very fine jet of liquefied gas that enables us to target the skin lesion without damaging the surrounding tissue. This gas causes the water in cells to freeze and disrupts the blood supply. The damaged cells are then cleared out by the immune system and the dead cells are shed by the body. This procedure does not require anesthesia or a surgical incision. There are minimal complications associated with this treatment and can be done during a scheduled appointment, which makes it fast, inexpensive and convenient. 

What can cryosurgery be used on?

  • Skin tags
  • Warts
  • Small masses
  • Small tumors

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please call our office to schedule an appointment if you believe your pet can benefit from this service. (760)736-3636.

 

Advanced Veterinary Care of San Elijo 

1691 Melrose Dr. Suite # 110
San Marcos, CA 92078
760-736-3636
www.sanelijovet.com

The CPUC is coming to Town in 4 Days – Are you Prepared?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday is 4 days away! At this point, please don’t say – what’s happening Tuesday?! Hopefully you are up to speed and spreading the word on the new transmission lines.

TUESDAY, APRIL 30
Attend one or both meetings – make that commitment HERE:

San Elijo Recreation Center (Terrace Hall)
1105 Elfin Forest Road, San Marcos, CA 92078
1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

San Marcos Community Center (Main Hall)
3 Civic Center Drive, San Marcos, CA 92069
6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Goal: Standing room only at both meetings with enough speakers to fill the entire two hour hearing. You, your neighbor, your friends – we need headcount! The more speakers, the greater our impact will be on the CPUC. The CPUC has come from San Francisco to hear our concerns. Let them hear yours because the last official document SDG&E provided to the CPUC stated:

“To date, SDG&E has not identified any areas of controversy regarding the Proposed Project and has not identified any major issues that remain unresolved prior to construction of the Proposed Project.”

We need to show and tell the CPUC we do have “Areas of Controversy” and “Major Issues remain Unresolved”. Don’t let this project happen without voicing your concern. This is the time to act and your actions will make a difference.

Your Homework: Have you personalized your story? Attached are Talking Points. Make sure to ask the CPUC to complete an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) so our concerns and possible alternative routes can be seriously considered including a more in-depth fire risk analysis. Share your story – your narrative about how living in a high fire hazard severity zone affects you and your family. Speak out for our community next week. Plead with the CPUC not to increase our fire risk, to negatively impact the aesthetic nature of our community, to protect our property values, etc. Most importantly, make your voice heard.

Forward this email to your local networks, copy/paste to social media, and encourage participation in your neighborhood. Your community needs you! Now is the Time for Action!

For more details and the latest information:
sanmarcospowerlines.com or
facebook.com/StopThePowerLines or
Contact Robert Pack at packrobert@gmail.com or 760-809-3299

March 2019 San Elijo Hills & Old Creek Ranch Market Update

March 2019 San Elijo Hills & Old Creek Ranch Market Update

  • 32 homes sold in March 2019
  • 26 homes are pending in escrow
  • The average sales price was $821,052 or $326 per Sq Ft.
  • 26 homes are active on the market or 1.1months of inventory (March 2018 was 1.3 months of inventory)
  • The average time on the market is 35 days (March 2018 was 8 days)

Last fall, some predicted that the 2019 residential real estate market would be poor. There was even belief we might experience a housing correction like the one that occurred during the last decade.

However, San Elijo Hills/OCR buyer demand dramatically increased over the last three months, leading into this spring buyers market.

If you are one of the many San Elijo Hills homeowners considering buying a home this spring, let’s get together to help you find a house with the potential to be your dream home!

Ed Philbrick-Coastal Premier Properties

Ed Philbrick: REALTOR®
www.hillsandcoast.com
M: 760-496-8134
E: ed@hillsandcoast.com

DRE# 01967137
Coastal Premier Properties DRE# 01861547

Read my 5 Star Reviews 

College Student Health Issues

It’s an exciting time of year with those college acceptance letters coming in, and having to make a final decision where your student will attend school this fall. They will also need to be up to date on certain vaccines among other things. Dr. Anthony Magit covers the basic information you need to know before sending them off to college.

Children’s Physicians Medical Group (CPMG), in partnership with Rady Children’s Health Network, is dedicated to offering outstanding healthcare for your kids, from birth through age 18. Have you checked out our new and updated website?  We can help you find a doctor, explain why CPMG is right for you and allow you to view videos on our doctors and other health topics.

We’re also very social! Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Ask us a question, leave us a comment or make a suggestion for future posts. We love hearing from you!

Road update from City of San Marcos

Improving the roads we all travel

Like all cities, San Marcos has a unique blend of traffic patterns and routes that experience more traffic volume than others. We are conveniently situated between two major freeways, which means our roads easily take our residents where they need to go. It also means that San Marcos thoroughfares might be choice routes for others as well.

Over the past few years, the City has implemented many improvements to alleviate traffic in key areas including the:

  • Coordination of traffic signals on San Marcos Boulevard, resulting in a documented 40 percent improvement in travel time;
  • Replacement of outdated lights with LED traffic signals to enhance visibility and safety;
  • Installation of new signals at key intersections to provide for safer travel and crossings;
  • Advancement of our City’s signal reliability and speed with our citywide ethernet project and installation of fiber optic communication lines.

To encourage motorists to become part of the traffic solution. the City launched a new educational initiative to inspire more courteous driving in San Marcos. We encourage all drivers to remember the San Marcos manners that keep our roads safe and friendly for all.

Each of these initiatives, and many others, mean that the City of San Marcos is continually working to improve the infrastructure, systems and technologies used to manage our City’s traffic.

For a list of San Marcos driving manners, visit www.san-marcos.net/honklesswavemore. To learn more about traffic engineering in San Marcos, visit www.san-marcos.net/trafficmanagement.

Hops in the Hills 2019

Enjoy an afternoon in San Elijo Hills located in San Marcos, CA tasting local craft beers!! Featuring a wine bar too!! Food and Music!!

We are so happy to share with our past attendees and sponsors the confirmed breweries that are coming to HITH 2019!!!

With more to come…the list is LEGIT!! Get your tickets NOW!!

Alesmith Brewing Company
Alpine Beer Company
Artifex Brewing Company
Barley Forge Brewing Company
BattleMage Brewing Company
Belching Beaver Brewery
BNS Brewing & Distilling Company
Booze Brothers Brewing Company
Burgeon Beer Company
Dos Desperados Brewery
Double Peak Brewing Company
DuckFoot Brewing Company
Ebullition Brewing
Green Flash Brewing
Harland Brewing
Humble Farmer Brewing
Iron Fist Brewing
Lost Abbey Brewing
Mason Ale Works
Mother Earth Brew Company
Papa Marce’s Cerveceria
Pizza Port Brewing
Resident Brewing
Riboli Family Wine (wine)
Rip Current Brewing
Stumblefoot Brewing
Twin Oaks Valley Winery (wine)
Wild Barrel Brewing
North Coast Brewing
Latitude 33 Brewing Company
And….some local SEH Home Brewers!!!!

Share this event on Facebook and Twitter.

We hope you can make it!

Cheers,

HITH CREW 2019

Date And Time

Sat, June 8, 2019, 2:00 PM PDT

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Location

San Elijo Park Hilltop Field

1496 Schoolhouse Way

San Marcos, CA 92078

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Get your tickets NOW!!

All proceeds go to San Elijo Elementary PTO, Double Peak K-8 PTO, and San Elijo Middle School PTO

Your Community Needs You to Speak Up about Powerlines

 

Hopefully, you’ve all taken a moment to review the email we sent out early this week and the embedded links about the large electrical transmission lines that have been slated to be constructed throughout our community.

Hopefully, you’ve all scheduled your sitters, blocked your calendars, and are making carpool arrangements with your neighbors.

Hopefully, you’ve signed up on the Google Form to commit to showing up for your community on April 30th.

While we wait for the 30th to approach, we need you to make your comment personal. Review the attached talking points and develop your comments, your story, and find your voice.  Once you have your comments prepared consider sharing them on the 30th. You don’t have to speak at the hearings, headcount is most important, but reading your comments/story aloud at the meeting will help us in our show of force and makes the biggest impact.  A judge who will preside over the final decision will be in attendance, so your voices will be heard, and what you say matters.

REMEMBER:

1: Attend 1 or both CPUC hearings

  • April 30th from 1 pm – 3 pm at the SEH Rec Center (Terrace Hall)

1105 Elfin Forest Road, San Marcos, CA 92078

  • April 30th from 6 pm – 8 pm at the San Marcos Civic Center

3 Civic Center Drive, San Marcos, CA 92069

Bring a neighbor, a friend, and pack these hearings. Forward this email to your local networks, copy/paste to social media, and encourage participation in your neighborhood. Your community needs you!!

Join our FB page to stay up to date on event details.

Visit our website for more details, maps, etc. at sanmarcospowerlines.com.  Contact Robert Pack directly at packrobert@gmail.com or 760-809-3299 with any questions.

-Resident Committee to Stop the Powerlines
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