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Lemon Grove is a
city in San Diego County, California, United States. The population
was 27,627 at the 2020 census, up from 25,320 at the 2010 census.

The
area that eventually became Lemon Grove was part of Mission San Diego de
Alcalá, one of the Spanish missions in California. After Mexico
became independent from Spain, the Californios (residents
of Alta California) ranched on various land grants. The area that now
includes Lemon Grove was granted to Santiago Argüello, who received more
than 59,000 acres.

The first proprietor of
Lemon Grove, Robert Allison, arrived in the region in 1850, coming
from Sacramento. He purchased thousands of acres from Santiago Argüello’s
heirs; this land eventually became Lemon Grove, La Mesa, Encanto, and
part of Spring Valley. Allison became a director and stockholder of the
San Diego and Cuyamaca Railroad in 1886 and built the Allison Flume. Allison’s
son Joseph filed subdivision maps for “Lemon Grove” in 1892. The name is
attributed to Joseph’s mother, Tempa Waterman Allison. The climate was suitable
for the cultivation of subtropical fruits and vegetables, and farmers
from the East and Midwest flocked to the region. The Lemon Grove Fruit Growers
Association was formed in 1893; in 1894, the San
Diego Union
 newspaper referred to Lemon Grove as “a sea of lemon trees.

Joseph and Anton
Sonka, immigrants from Bohemia, moved to Lemon Grove after stints in
Seguin, Texas, and San Diego. The brothers opened a well-known general
store, A. Sonka and Son. Anthony “Tony” F. Sonka, the eldest son of Anton Sonka
and his German American wife Anna Klein Sonka, was also a local
notable. He was a key supporter of the huge lemon that became the town’s symbol
and landmark. Sonka and a committee of local ranchers hired local
architect Alberto Treganza to build the huge lemon to “make the ultimate
statement about the town’s purpose, prosperity, and optimism.”

In the Lemon Grove
Incident in 1931, Mexican American parents in Lemon Grove
pursued a successful judicial challenge against the decision of the local
school board to build a separate school for Mexican American pupils. The
decision of the Superior Court for San Diego County in Alvarez v. Lemon Grove was the first
successful lawsuit against school segregation.

By World War II, most
of the citrus groves had disappeared and suburbanization had begun.
There had been four elections on incorporation from the 1950s to the
1970s; the issue caused heated debate in the town. The city was finally
incorporated on July 1, 1977, becoming California’s 414th city. Lemon Grove was
incorporated as a general-law city; however, it continues to receive law
enforcement services, via contract, from the San Diego County Sheriff’s
Department.

Weighing
some 3000 pounds, and approximately 10 feet long and six feet wide, the lemon
sculpture—affectionately known as the World’s Biggest Lemon—sits on a concrete
base at the corner of Broadway and Lemon Grove Avenue, adjacent to 3361 Main
Street. It lies before a small lemon grove beside the Orange trolley line.
Written across the base of the monument are the words Best Climate on earth
.

We
love house cleaning in Lemon Grove, It is always a real treat. The homes here
are older and have charm. The city consist of mostly single family residences.
It has popular shopping stores too. Houses in Lemon Grove are median 700k in
2023. If youre thinking of moving here do it! It is a great place to raise a family.

Every home — big, small, apartment or vacation
home — gets dirty. And while there’s not just one way to clean your living
space, there is a smarter way to get the job done. Take this guided tour of
your home — from the kitchen and bathroom to the bedroom and living areas — to
learn the basic rules of cleaning as well as some tips and short cuts that will
help you clean thoroughly and efficiently, starting now.
 

If your
toilet flushes slowly, the rinse holes under the rim may be clogged with
mineral deposits. (Get a 
refresher on the parts of a toilet.) Use a hand mirror to see the holes under the
rim of the toilet. Bend a coat hanger flat and probe the tip into the holes to
poke out any deposits. You can clean out those clogged holes without ever
getting your hands dirty.

The
Dishwasher Debate
: While there isn’t an absolutely correct way to load a
dishwasher (and what would couples bicker over if such a directive were carved
in stone?), there is one universal rule: It is much easier to load from
back to front.

The sink, especially
the faucet, can be wiped free of bacteria and food particles with an
all-purpose cleaner. And we all should probably clean the faucet more often,
considering it’s something we touch with raw-chicken-covered hands.

We would be lost without our electronic devices, but the
screens on your 
phonelaptop, and computer monitor should be cleaned regularly to improve your
screen time. Use the best lint-free tools and never spray any type of liquid
directly on the screen.

Vacuum large area rugs at least once a week. But also take
them outside three or four times a year for a more thorough cleaning and for how
to clean dust. 
Drape them over a fence or
clothesline and beat them with a broom or tennis racket
. A good beating removes much more dust than vacuuming. Take
smaller rugs outside to for a vigorous shaking every week.

Sponges should be cleaned frequently, too, either by running them
through the dishwasher or microwave. If you use a microwave, first make sure
the sponge does not contain any metal, then get the sponge very wet and nuke it
for two minutes; be careful when you remove it, as it will be quite hot.

Has your sponge holder developed
mold or bacterial buildup? Use a toothbrush dipped in bleach or white vinegar —
but never both, as the combination creates a dangerous chemical reaction — to
scrub away mold. Follow by washing the sponge caddy with hot, soapy water or
run it through the dishwasher.

 

Wipe your counter and stovetops with an all-purpose cleaner after
use. Stovetops in particular benefit from this type of regular, quick cleaning,
as splatters, drips and grease become baked on when left too long.

How
to clean a stovetop
: Something tough will be required to scour away baked-on
splatters and greasy film. A Dobie Pad, which is a nonscratch scrubbing sponge,
combined with a gentle powder cleanser will make short work of stubborn messes.
When cleaning stainless steel, scrub with the grain, rather than in a circular
motion, to avoid scratching, and use a gentle touch, allowing the product,
rather than force, to do the bulk of the cleaning work. These are just a few tips to make your home sparkle.