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I wasn't living on base at the time. And we didn't know exactly what he was. My friend had found him and a litter out in the desert when we went quading. His litter mates looked like a collie, but he had a shepherd look to him. He could've been anything, really.
Why wouldn't you include Shepard? We can those.
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Lack of morals? At least I don't go around insulting people I don't know....and since when are loopholes illegal? I never said have your dr lie about your animal. My dog was a border collie/shepherd mix, so yes I had my vet put he was a collie mix. So way to judge someone who hasn't done anything wrong. I'm sure your moral aptitude is much better than mine "dirty Sanchez"
I emailed you back mommy. Not sure if you got it?
shizzle just give up she's one of those "always right" kind of people.
She said there is "leeway" with grandfathered dogs when there isn't, she suggests having your vet lie about the breed your dog is to get them in houses/apartments they aren't allowed in and now she's talking about ways to get "around" laws.
All she's proving is the kind of person she is and her lack of morals.
Therapy dogs are covered by the same laws as disability dogs. They're is no specific difference between them as far as the government is concerned. A service dog is an dog that is trained to help any person with a disability, in which therapy dogs are included.
They charge electricity?? Fuuuuuuuuuuu
It's not bad. Honestly at first when our bills came we were going to pay like $100 because that's what we went over on out allowance but I became electricity Nazi in an instant and the subsequent bills have been under the max allowance. Granted it's only like $14 under so there isn't much wiggle room but it's under and we would owe nothing nonetheless.
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There are rules in law to protect renter's including clauses that state if the tenant was allowed the animal for a period of time with the owner's consent, that they cannot force their change
There are also ways for the landlord to get around the "laws" you speak of.
The landlord can non-renew a lease. Living on base is not a "right".
Lincoln can go to a no pet policy altogether, with the exception of a service animal.
Therapy animals are not covered under any law, state or federal.
With or without leasing changes, there will always be a way for people to get around it. Legally, it is possible to have any cat or dog (regardless of breed). There are rules in law to protect renter's including clauses that state if the tenant was allowed the animal for a period of time with the owner's consent, that they cannot force their change. Likewise, there are no laws as to what type of dog must be used as a therapy or service dog. So if someone with PTSD is on base and their dog is a pit, Rottweiler, or mixed then there is nothing they can do. Tenant are also covered by federal laws stating that if change of policy affects a relationship between animal and owner that have cohabitated for more than six months, the renter has a right to keep their animal if it will affect them or any member of their family in a negative manner. All of these are loopholes that can be used. And all of them are covered by precidence or by state/federal law
You may want to bone up on tenant/landlord laws.
Once a lease expires, a landlord (in this case Lincoln) may change the terms of successive leases. It's up to the tenant if they agree or not.
There are many HOAs that ban specific breeds and their right to do so has been upheld in courts across the country.
I get the law and what my rights are. It isn't logic if there are laws in place to prevent the change of policy in a lease. If you are so delusional that you think Camp Pendleton isn't privy to state laws, you're wrong. Considering Lincoln is its own company, it has to follow through with all state and federal laws wherever it is. Camp Pendleton may change its laws, but it is an entirely different matter for the housing to do so.
Youngesters of ages 7 to 17 have an opportunity to enroll in Oceanside Theatre Company Youth Academy's (OTCYA) four-week musical production summer camp, which includes fun and training in music, dance, acting, and even stage craft & construction. Participants then will become a part of the magical adventure with Jasmine, Aladdin, Genie, Abu, Jafar, Iago, Sultan, Razoul and friends in a musical "Aladdin Jr", an exciting full-length stage production with costumes and sets. Camp dates are June 17 to July 14, 2013, Mondays to Fridays, 8:00 am to 2:00 pm, (no class on July 4th). Performance dates are July 12, 13, 14, 2013, with two evening performances 6:00 pm, and two matinee shows 2:00 pm.
The Youth Academy’s Director, Deborah Dodaro, has created a program that offers children comprehensive training in theatre. Dodaro shares that her approach to teaching theatre arts is much like programs found in the best high schools and college programs. “Our Summer program is going to include not only a production and performance opportunity for all enrolled, but every student will receive necessary theatre education training. We start with building mastery of theatre knowledge: terms/vocabulary, acting techniques, voice and diction, script interpretation, comedy, movement, musical theatre, auditions, theatre games that help build ensemble and improve performance. Our summer program will also include training in set design and construction, and introduction to lighting and sound. In community theatre, it is not uncommon to see talented actors also running lights, building sets, or moving the sets during a show. Our actors are the company! Student’s who train with us are really getting training in the best, well- rounded theatre-training program in North County.”
Dodaro also shares that this production of Aladdin Jr. is going to be stellar! “We have so many fun ideas planned. Aside from the fact that this production will have all the bells and whistles – lights, sound, costumes, and an amazing set that will be built by mater carpenters and the cast. Students in our program will have a real “Disney” training with pre-show activities that involve the audience. I can’t give it away, but the audiences who come to see the show is in for a huge treat!”
Dodaro, a parent and theatre educator for the Carlsbad Unified School District, understands the importance of investing in our children. She promises that the tuition costs for the Aladdin Jr. Summer Camp with OTC is an investment well worth the money. “Your child will receive incredible training from professionals in the industry. Every child will have hands on involvement with the building of this production. I love that we are not just about the show – but offering students real training that will be evident in their future involvement in theatre. A parent from our last production shared how happy their 8th grade daughter was with the OTC production of Once on This Island because their child not only had fun, ‘but she actually learned so much about herself and about theatre’. This is what OTC Youth Academy is all about!”
The four-week camp costs $600.00. Discounts and installment payment plans are available for general public. Military and Sibling discounts are available. The camp will take place at The Brooks Theatre downtown Oceanside and its adjacent Studio 219. The Brooks Theatre is located at 217 North Coast Hwy. For more information, call 760-433-8900 or visit (copy & paste) www.oceansidetheatre.org. Contact Deborah Dodaro at firstname.lastname@example.org
The mission of Oceanside Theatre Company Youth Academy (OTCYA) is to introduce and develop students' interests in the theatre arts. OTCYA is dedicated to providing opportunities in order for students to reach their potential through the joy of artistic discovery. It is the organization's hope that all students training with OTCYA will develop a passion and lifelong love of the theatre arts.
Oceanside Theatre Company's mission is to create professional quality theatre for a vibrant and diverse population. OTC will strive to reach a wide audience base and encourage and improve artistic growth in the community by producing a broad repertoire of theatre, giving local theatre artists creative opportunities and offering educational theatre and outreach programs.
To celebrate Oceanside’s 125th Anniversary, Oceanside International Film Festival (OIFF) is now accepting until June 10th of this year short films (up to 5 minutes) that have something directly to do with Oceanside, either documentaries, music videos, narrative fictional stories, historic accounts, etc. Oceanside’s 125th Anniversary Film Category of OIFF does not cost anything to participants and it is free of submission fees. Contestants may go to (copy & paste) www.facebook.com/likeOIFF and message their YouTube or Vimeo link there. Only after Oceanside Intl Film Festival’s jury promptly decides to post it on its Facebook page and announces “voting starts now!” (filmmakers will be notified), anybody could “like” their work. The film with most “likes” on OIFF’s Facebook page by 6/10/2013 will be announced the winner, it will be publicly shown during OIFF-2013 and given a special award during the awards ceremony on Aug 25 (see website for schedule). The runner ups of this also have a shot at becoming Official Selections of OIFF-2013. No experience necessary, as long as applicable anti-piracy laws and copyrights are respected. (Those, whose films are longer than 5 min and not about Oceanside, can still participate in 2013 Oceanside International Film Festival under regular submission process as detailed on its website at - copy & paste - www.ocaf.info )
Oceanside Cultural Arts Foundation brings quality artistic, visual, performance, and musical arts to Oceanside and its surrounding communities. OCAF, which puts out Oceanside International Film Festival every year, is an organization of charitable nature. Its monetary awards are presented annually to graduating high school seniors. The goal is to inspire the young to further explore their talents in the arts, while raising funds to support their talents and dreams.
Held August 22, 23, 24, 25, 2013, Oceanside International Film Festival is an opportunity for independent filmmakers to have their work screened and judged. It also gives the film buffs a chance for viewing local and international films at a place in Southern California known for its rich history, beautiful beaches, and artistic freedom. Among the highlights of the festival will be its traditional red-carpet opening gala, educational workshops, recognition of the industry activists, and closing ceremonies with Best-In-The-Category honorary awards, Best of Festival Trophy, and Audience Choice Awards.
They charge electricity?? Fuuuuuuuuuuu
Is there even such a street and why your mountain one housing?
My neighbors are PCS in there from Hawaii and he swears she told him wire mountain one on
Terry Drive but to my knowledge there is no street by that name in wire mountain one is it another housing area?
The point isn't moot you just don't get it.
When the instruction came out in 2009 you could no longer bring a banned breed animal on base as a new pet and get it registered through animal control from that point in time. If you already had a banned breed on base prior to the instruction you could get the dog grandfathered in by following and completing their requirements (CGC cert, no bite record..etc), but even if the dog got grandfathered in it still had to be off base by September 30th, 2012. The grandfathered part just gave you a stay of execution so you had time to either relocate the dog or move off base with it.
This wasn't a California specific thing this was military wide. It was enforced at inception, the grandfather dog part didn't take effect until 2012.
With your logic if/when the base decided to start charging residents for electricity you'll say you don't have to pay because when you moved in you didn't have to...lol.
Thank you. I sent you a PM.
I just don't get on here a lot and will probably miss any update on your thread, so email if you like.
MommyAshley, you can email me if you have any questions. We moved from NC in August of 2011 and my husband is an instructor at SOI.
If the lease has been active since 2009, why would they not enforce it until 2012? Point is moot, Ca says they can't do it, and if you wanted to fight it, you could
Yeah when we pick housing we are staying there unless there is a major problem or I happen to get pregnant with twins or something crazy. On lejeune where we are now we pay for utilities and have gotten good at saving a lot of energy and actually get checks back. And my husbands drive to work here is 30 min or so and I know gas is higher out there but that's something our budget can handle. So the distance and money isn't really a problem. But thank you for all the information.
So I guess no one knows of any skits/pit pups then. Lol
Winner, winner, chicken dinner.
We're in South Mesa and my husbands at SOI. A lot of people he works with live near here. It's not near as bad of a commute as we thought. Don't stress if things don't work out in SO3.
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Oceanside: run down/ghetto, "true California". Things are more spread out, relaxed.
San Clemente is way more upscale, posh, uptight (it's Orange County), everything crammed together on top of each other. I'm sure there are parts of Oceanside that are like this, but my initial impression moving to Oceanside were as above.
You have a fenced in yard in SO3, and it would be the best option since base housing is now charging for utilities above BAH. So, factor in paying all BAH, gas to drive 40+ minutes one way to SOI from South Mesa (gas), and utilities above BAH (if you fall outside the buffer zone). You can't just move into South Mesa and then put in a transfer; I know housing has told people to suck it up in reference to paying out the butt in gas as their reason for wanting to move districts.
Oh wow. I'm glad we are favoring San onofre 3 then. Just hope we still love the houses when we tour it before we make our final decision.