Archives for June 2016

Bass Lake Condo Available July 22-July 29 – $800 per week
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Bedrooms: 2
Property Type: Townhouse
Bathrooms: 2
Sleeps: 6
Parking Spaces: 2
Rental Rate: $800 per week
Deposit: Credit Card
Availability: Available July 22-July 29 ONLYCall Cindy Galitski for more information. 714-745-2877
53134 Road
Bass Lake, CA 93604
  • Grill/BBQ
  • Full Refrigerator
  • Washer/Dryer
  • Dishwasher
  • Microwave
  • Stove
  • TV
  • DVD Player
  • Stereo
  • VHS Video Player
  • Cable
  • Air Conditioning
  • Fireplace
  • Patio
  • Community Pool and Spa
It has inspired the words of John Muir and the photographs of Ansel Adams. And soon, you’ll be gushing about Yosemite National Park, as well. With a visit to your resort at Bass Lake, you’ll be in position to explore this incredible bounty on a daily basis.
Nestled in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Bass Lake has been called “pretty as a postcard” by the Los Angeles Times and is the closest recreational lake to the park. This means hiking Yosemite by day—where you’ll find hidden waterfalls, mind-boggling cliffs of granite and giant Sequoias—and relaxing lakeside by night.
There’s plenty to do at the lake itself—water ski, hike, fish, ride horseback, and more. Make sure you book extra time—you don’t want to miss out!
California State Mining and Mineral Museum
View minerals and gems from around the world and learn about California’s rich mining history. Open: 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Wed.-Mon. (closed Tues.) (Oct. 1-Apr. 30); 10 a.m.-6 p.m. seven days per week (May 1-Sep. 30). Approx. 35 mi.
Mariposa Museum & History Center
This museum houses a fine collection of original documents, artifacts and artwork depicting the people and life in Mariposa County. The museum grounds also contain mining exhibits, a reproduction of a Native American village, the old Mariposa Gazette Building, wagons, stages and buggies. For more information, call (209) 966-2924. 35 mi.
Yosemite National Park
Take in the spectacular views of Yosemite National Park, including El Capitan, Half Dome, Sentinel Rock, Cathedral Rocks and Bridalveil Fall. Approx. 16 mi.
Kurt Galitski
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Beautiful Mid Century Modern Bungalow Open House Today 1-4 – $629,000.00
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Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Parking Spaces: 2
Year Built: 1954
Subdivision: Near Floral Park
Lot Size: 6970
Garage Size: 2
Square Footage: 1257
Agent Name: Kurt Galitski
Broker: Berkshire Hathaway
MLS #: PW16120263
Year Last Remodeled: 2016
Possible RV Parking: Yes
Price: $629,000.00
Additional Pricing Information: Currently not in the MLS, some of the remodel is being finished this week, call 24 hour recorded message at 877-957-6677 ext 1010
1010 Grovemont Street
Santa Ana, CA 92706
  • Range/Oven
  • Dishwasher
  • Sink Disposal
  • Microwave
  • Fireplace
  • Hardwood Floors
  • Vaulted Ceilings
  • Patio
  • Fenced Yard
  • Grass Lawn
  • Secluded setting
Here is a charming mid century modern bungalow on a nice tree-lined street in the heart of what’s happening near the Main Place mall and Floral Park. Vaulted Ceilings with exposed beams greet you as you enter this beautiful home. All of the original character was preserved throughout this remodel. There’s a cozy fireplace overlooking the huge backyard and covered patio begging you to invite guests over and entertain and play on the huge lawn. The warm refinished real hardwood floors accent the totally remodeled and expanded kitchen with extensive use of stone finishes, granite counters and stone backsplash, new range, new dishwasher and sink including and all new cabinets. There’s a nice view of the front yard and street from kitchen window. In the two car garage there’s lots of storage and washer/dryer hook ups. Great Northeast Santa Ana location.
Kurt Galitski
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Two Arrests Made In Trump Rally Protests, Suspect In Police Car Vandalism Sought

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Costa Mesa detectives have made two arrests for the vandalism to the police vehicles that took place Thursday April 28 at the Donald Trump campaign rally at the Pacific Amphitheater at the OC Fair and Event Center and have compiled an image of the suspect they believe damaged a police car that night.

Both of the arrestees were juveniles and Costa Mesa residents.

Click here to read a bulletin regarding the outstanding suspect.

The Trump event was under the jurisdiction of the Orange County Sheriff’s Department.

The Costa Mesa Police Department assisted and was primarily tasked with handling traffic control on the outlying streets surrounding the fairgrounds. Based on news sources approximately 31,000 attended the rally.

After the event ended, event attendees and protesters flooded the intersections along Fair Drive from Fairview Road to Newport Boulevard.

The Costa Mesa Police Department and the Orange County Sheriff Department responded and requested mutual aid assistance from surrounding law enforcement agencies to manage the large crowds leaving the fairgrounds.

The crowd’s participation elevated to the level of civil unrest with incidents of vandalism and assaults occurring.

The Costa Mesa Police Department has proactively investigated the criminal incidents to identify and hold the responsible parties accountable for their actions. The incidents investigated by the CMPD are:

  • Vandalisms – Four vandalism incidents were taken and/or reported by the CMPD. One incident consisted of the vandalism to six CMPD marked patrol vehicles. The other three vandalisms were to motorists who reported damage to their vehicles. There were no investigative leads for those other three incidents.
  • Assaults – Two assault incidents were reported to the CMPD. One incident involved a CMPD officer being hit in the helmet with a rock and the second was of a citizen being hit in the head with a fist. Both assault cases are still being investigated.

In addition to the above investigations, an additional assault incident and a reckless driving incident is being handled by the OCSD. These investigations are ongoing.

The Costa Mesa Police Department continues to vigorously pursue investigative leads to identify and hold the responsible parties accountable for their involvement in the activities which occurred after the Trump rally in Costa Mesa. We will pursue all means to ensure that we recover full restitution for the cost of the city’s damaged property.

Individuals with information and/or who can assist with identifying the outstanding vandalism suspect are asked to contact Detective Peters at 714.754.5198.

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