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Monthly Archives: May 2014

Registrar of Voters Office Will Be Open Saturday, May 31

By Cheryl on May 30, 2014//Leave a comment

San Diego County voters have the opportunity to cast their ballots in the June 3 election on Saturday, May 31 at the County Registrar of Voters Office.  The office will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Voters can also drop off their vote-by-mail ballots.   The office is located at 5600 Overland Avenue, San…

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Where to Find Legal Jobs

By Benita on May 29, 2014//Leave a comment

Stand out from the crowd and get insider tips to land your dream job. Learn about current trends in the legal field from our panel of experts: Julie Remer, Assistant Director of Career Services at the University of San Diego; Kristine Custodio, Vice President of the San Diego Paralegal Association; and Nicole Sutton, Attorney Recruiter for Special…

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How to Administer a Special Needs Trust

By Benita on May 29, 2014//Leave a comment

A trustee for a special needs trust is held to a high standard of performance and care. Compared to other trusts, additional responsibilities and duties are undertaken by the trustee. Expert licensed fiduciaries, Susan Fox from Liberty Fiduciary Services, a member of our Speaker’s Bureau Program and Jeanette Servin, a Fiduciary for the San Diego Special Needs Trust Foundation, will…

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Online Program Helps Prepare Court Forms

By Benita on May 29, 2014//Leave a comment

I-CAN! Legal is an award-winning software program created by Legal Aid Society of Orange County. The program helps individuals fill out California court forms for divorce, paternity, small claims, eviction and much more. Simply sign up for an account, select your form set and complete the online questionnaire. There is a one-time fee of $4.95 to print out the…

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Speedy Evacuation!

By Benita on May 29, 2014//Leave a comment

Thank you to all staff and patrons who participated in our fire drill on Wednesday, May 28, 2014. The library was successfully and quickly evacuated in under 4 ½ minutes because of your cooperation and attention to announcements and directions. Well done all!

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Going for the deep dive & we’re gonna get wet

By JohnnyZ on May 29, 2014//Leave a comment

Reporting from the Civil Justice Strategies Task Force meeting held this week in Los Angeles. Toward the end of another day of testimony about past attempts at fairly meting out access to justice, something happened.   Something big.   To the delight of a few and the consternation of others, we were suddenly immersed in…

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Get Out the Vote Countdown: Primary Election is in 5 Days!

By Cheryl on May 29, 2014//Leave a comment

The June 3 Primary Election is in five days.  Click here to view your Sample Ballot online.

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Get Out the Vote Countdown: Primary Election is in 6 Days!

By Cheryl on May 28, 2014//Leave a comment

The June 3rd Primary Election is in six days.  San Diego County has a special need for poll workers fluent in Chinese, Filipino, Spanish, and Vietnamese.  If you are interested in becoming a poll worker, want to read the FAQ’s about poll workers, or see if you qualify, check the Registrar of Voters website at www.sdvote.com and/or call 858-565-5800.  

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Statewide Direct Primary Election in 7 Days!

By Cheryl on May 27, 2014//Leave a comment

The California Statewide Direct Primary Election is Tuesday, June 3.  Today is the last day to request a mail ballot.   Early voting has already begun.  Voters can vote in person at the San Diego Registrar of Voters Office , 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. Monday through Friday.   The office is located at 5600Overland Avenue, San Diego, 92123….

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June 3 California Statewide Direct Primary is 8 Days Away

By Cheryl on May 26, 2014//Leave a comment

The California Secretary of State website has information on ballots, candidate statements and more.  Click here for the Official Voter Informtaion  Guide.

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