Craig Realty expands outlet empire with purchase of Barstow center


Newport Beach-based Craig Realty Group, which is developing the Outlets at San Clemente, has purchased the outlet center in Barstow. The deal was made in partnership with CJK Investments. Craig Realty Group also operates the Citadel Outlets and Cabazon Outlets in its Southern California portfolio. The Barstow center, previously owned by Tanger Factory Outlets Centers Inc., will be under local ownership and management for the first time, according to the Craig Realty Group. It’s located off the 1-15 between Los Angeles and Las Vegas.

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City of San Clemente Holds Readiness Festival


Shared by City of San Clemente Federal government by means of Facebook Which awaits the San Clemente Preparedness Celebration this Saturday, October 17th!? Come out as well as learn just how to obtain prepared for emergencies, enjoy some fantastic fun for the kids, attempt some scrumptious food, and have an opportunity to purchase emergency situation readiness items to take house with you! We want to see you all there!

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City Scoreboard: Zines Named CSU LAX Rookie of the Year

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. . Collin Zines was named the Colorado State University men’s lacrosse team’s rookie of the year. Photo: Courtesy Collin Zines was called the Colorado State College guys’s lacrosse group’s novice of the year. Picture: Courtesy San Clemente Times Our City Scoreboard brings you approximately date on all the local San Clemente youth and also community team accomplishments and unique individual performances of the week. We desire to run your ratings, outcomes and statements.

Email sports@sanclementetimes.com!.?.! for submission. Lacrosse Colorado State College men’s lacrosse gamer and San Clemente native Collin Zines was called the team’s Novice of the Year for the 2014-2015 season. Zines

, which was a two-sport standout while attending San Clemente Secondary school, scored 14 goals as well as tallied five assists as a freshman. Zines, a midfielder, was sixth on the team in racking up. The Colorado State group contends in Department 1 of the Male’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association and is a participant of the Rocky Hill Lacrosse Seminar.

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obtained All-Conference midfield respectable reference this past period. BMX San Clemente’s Ryan Goodwin took residence the first-place prize in the 10 Expert Open Division at

the Gold Cup Western Championship finals in Chula Vista on Oct. 11. The 10-year-old Goodwin bested the area of other competitors in 100-degree heat over a two-day stretch to take house the No.

1 using plate. The occasion took location at the Olympic Training Center’s BMX track. Goodwin will contend in the California State finals in 2 weeks. BMX, City Scoreboard, Collin Zines, Colorado State College, Lacrosse, MCLA, Ryan Goodwin, San Clemente, San Clemente Times . . . . . Current Concern Look into the most current concern of the SC Times .

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Letter: CUSD Goes Lengths to Avoid Public Involvement, Accountability

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. . SCSQUARED half By Laura Ferguson, San Clemente On part of Talega Residents for Fair Tax, we want to demonstrate the sizes that CUSD goes to to avoid public involvement and accountability. The Orange County Grand Court offered findings/recommendations to enhance responsibility and transparency of Mello-Roos for the perk of taxpayers stayingin Area Facilities Districts as well as CUSD differed. We discovered Oct. 6 that CUSD’s feedback to the Grand Jury report on Mello-Roos was gone over by the institution board at its Sept. 23 conference after 11 p.m., unbeknownst to us. Our group attended this meeting, but left earlier after listening to inaccurately that all agenda items after a debatable thing, which drew a group, would be continuouslied their following conference. We misconstrued that although multiple program things were proceeded, the Grand Jury product was not one of them. When the item came up for conversation for public remark, we were lengthy gone. The typical CUSD confusion, that our team could possibly not comply with the meeting, is informing on its very own. No matter this surprise, by burying the Grand Jury item in its meeting programs after products that drew countless speakers at both September meetings, and sitting in these conferences for hours hours and also 3 hrs specifically, we would have wanted to advise the institution board for the record the amount of times CUSD has wasted, wrongfully kept and failed to make up CFD Mello-Roos funds it gathers for the CFDs district-wide, as well as tension the importance of carrying out the Grand Court’s recommendations for an

audit and also administration committee and also reporting of Mello-Roos expenses by CFD on a site. CUSD’s reaction to the Grand Court is a dissatisfaction and also they ought to be humiliated. The school board’s activities as well as response further exhibit just how those at CUSD with control over our Mello-Roos tax obligations do not desire analysis, oversight or responsibility. Capistrano Unified Institution, Area Moneyed Areas, Mello-Roos, Orange County, San Clemente, Talega Homeowners for Fair Taxes, Taxes . . . . Existing Problem Look into the most up to date concern of the SC Times . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Leave your viewpoint right here. Please behave. Your Email address will certainly be kept exclusive. .

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Mortgage rates up slightly, but still under 4%

Just what’s up with home loan prices? Jeff Lazerson of Home mortgage Grader in Laguna Niguel provides us his take.

RATE INFORMATION SUMMARY

From Freddie Mac’s once a week study: The 30-year dealt with climbed up 6 basis points, getting worse to 3.82 percent from last week’s 3.76 percent. The 15-year set moved up as well, landing at 3.03 percent, 4 basis factors greater compared to last week’s 2.99 percent.

These Freddie Mac lookback numbers do not show the late-week substantial rally in the bond market which in fact has the 10-year Treasury bond under 2 percent once again.

BASE LINE: Presuming a borrower obtains the typical 30-year adapting fixed rate on a $417,000 loan, last year’s price of 3.97 percent and settlement of $1,984 is $36 more compared to this week’s payment of $1,948.

The Home mortgage Bankers Organization reports a reducing the effects of failure of virtually 28 percent in financing application volume, balancing out last week’s 25 percent eye-popping gain.

WHAT I SEE: From rate sheets hitting my workdesk that are not part of Freddie Mac’s survey: Locally, well qualified borrowers can get the following financings for no-cost: a 5/1 flexible rate home loan or ARM (taken care of for the first 5 years, adjusting yearly then) at 3.375 percent; a 7/1 ARM at 3.50 percent; a 15-year repaired at 3 percent as well as a 30-year taken care of at 3.75 percent.

Home mortgage broker Jeff Lazerson can be gotten to at 949-334-2424 or lazerson@mortgagegrader.com. Twitter: @mortgagegrader_