Open for less than a month, Main Street’s newest business has already gone to the dogs.
Pet Rescue is a canine relocation and adoption service that opened Feb. 2 at the corner of Main and Rotanzi streets, next to the Sears store. Almost all the dogs found at Pet Rescue were brought to Ramona within days of being earmarked for euthanization at Southern Californian animal shelters.
Monday, Feb. 25—A 27-day streak of increases ended today when the average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in San Diego County remained unchanged at $4.293.
The average price rose 56.6 cents during the streak, the longest since a 37-day streak from Jan. 26 to March 2, 2012, to its highest amount since Oct. 25, according to figures from the AAA and Oil Price Information Service.
Despite being unchanged today, the average price is 3.7 cents more than one week ago, 58.2 cents higher than one month ago and eight-tenths of a cent greater than one year ago.
Feb 25 2013 | Posted in Business
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Palomar Health and Arch Health Partners have pushed back the opening date of the Ramona Ambulatory Care Center from March 4 to March 18, according to the health officials.
Ramona’s Arch Health Partners’ office at 1236 Main St. will move into the new 7,600-square-foot medical clinic on 13th Street near the corner at Main Street.
Feb 20 2013 | Posted in Business
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Sheriff’s Lt. James Bovet, right, and Crime Prevention Specialist Barbara Wallace, left, present Crime Free Multi-Housing certificates and a sign to Penny Ganci, second from right, and Melissa Dixon at the Courtyard Apartments. Ganci and Dixon are property management assistants — Ganci for the apartments at 733 B St. and Dixon for the apartments at 714 B St. — and took the sheriff’s class on Crime Free Multi-Housing. Bovet said apartments with crime-free housing certification can evict renters who have been arrested for crimes. Commenting that crime has been high, Bovet said, “It’s time to push back.”
Elam’s Hallmark sales associates Julie Nunnally, left, and Diane Osterlund decorate the store’s wall with hearts naming those who have donated to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation fundraiser. The Ramona store is one of 10 Hallmark stores owned by Guy and Mary Elam participating in the fundraiser. Store Manager Susan Mulvey said that as of Feb. 11, the store was in second place, behind the Poway store, with the most donations. Last year, the Ramona store tied for first place with Elam stores in
Sheriff’s Ramona Substation Lt. James Bovet, second from right, presents Anna Melgoza, manager of the Raymond Ritz apartments, 1811 Raymond Ave., with a certificate and an official sign showing she has completed a class and the apartment complex has been certified in the San Diego County Sheriff Department’s Crime Free Multi-Housing Program. Raymond Ritz was [...]
Representatives from Goodwill Industries have come up with a solution to its big blue container on Ramona Street that meets the approval of the Ramona Design Review Group.
The Goodwill store at Main and Ramona streets had used the blue container for donation drop-off and storage, but the majority of design review members said it detracted from the community and did not comply with county code.
After receiving the Ramona Business of the Year award, Pamo Valley Winery owner Jennifer Jenkin noted that 2012 was a good year for her winery.
In addition to the award, presented at the Jan. 13 Ramona Chamber of Commerce Installation and Awards Banquet, Pamo Valley Winery was voted Best Wine in the Ramona Sentinel’s Best Of Ramona readers’ poll, was voted best wine-tasting spot in the Patch.com readers’ poll, and her tasting room achieved a five-star rating on
Palomar Health’s Ramona Ambulatory Care Center is scheduled to open its doors for patient care on March 4 and urgent care should be available on April 1, said health officials.
“We’re ahead of schedule,” said Pernell Jones, associate director of Practice Operations for Arch Health Partners, an affiliated physician organization of Palomar Health. “The workers have been phenomenal.”
Jan 25 2013 | Posted in Business
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Three developments planned for Ramona are expected to see some movement this year, starting with Cumming Ranch going to the county Board of Supervisors for a vote on Wednesday, Jan. 30.
The 125-residential lot subdivision about one-quarter mile northwest of the Route 67/Highland Valley Road intersection received San Diego County Planning Commission’s endorsement in August 2012 and the Ramona Community Planning Group’s (RCPG) support in December 2010.