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Nicole Lantagne Welch

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From left to right: Kalique Love, Stephanie Esparza, Andrea Gallardo, Skylar Rauch

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This map shows how much less open space developer Michael Rosenfeld is now proposing. It’s up to City Administrator Jim Armstrong to determine if the new plan “substantially conforms” to the one already approved.

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This map shows how much public open space is proposed for the parcel by State and Mason streets under plans approved in 2009.

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Dennis Kucinich

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Mackenzie Matthews and friends at the Chick-fil-A grand opening campout

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Eric Kelley, owner of The Book Den

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Dan McCaslin

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Glenn Parks (in hat) in the Orella Ranch corrals, 1961.

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Quentin Tarantino (center)

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Fugate stays out of trouble now that he’s living in a studio apartment at the Housing Authority’s El Carrillo complex. His cupboards are full of canned food and ready-made pasta sauces, and he tends a vegetable garden on his small patio.

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Living on the streets of Santa Barbara, Paul Fugate (pictured above in 2009 with now-retired county social worker Ken Williams) was well-known to Santa Barbara police offi cers. The combination of serious illness, Restorative Policing, and a position at the top of the Vulnerability Index managed to get him indoors.

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Today, Earnest “Gibby” Struck (far left) is happier and healthier now that he lives in a two-bedroom apartment with his friend and caregiver Rick Moritz (right). Moritz’s wife, Kim (center), also lives there and helps care for Struck.

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While living on the streets of Santa Barbara, Struck, shown on Cabrillo Boulevard, had between 600 and 700 contacts with police officers, leading to citations or arrests. In an eight-year span, he was booked into County Jail 41 times. His favorite sleeping area was a grate near the dolphin fountain.

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Volunteer LeWanda Croft (left), who works at the county’s Housing Authority, interviews a couple of Cuban immigrants on Calle César Chávez. They said they’d been homeless since arriving in the country 20 years ago.

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Rob Fredericks (in white shirt), deputy executive director of the city’s Housing Authority, gives last-minute instructions to volunteers before sending them out into the cold.

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Alice Villarreal Redit, a 16-year veteran of the city’s Housing Authority, was the spark that ignited the Housing Placement Working Group.

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Two Common Ground S.B. volunteers check a map before heading out to find residentially challenged Santa Barbarans. Generally, volunteers worked in teams of four and five people, scouring a designated area before dawn two mornings in a row.

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Earnest “Gibby” Struck

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Virginia Minnick

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Jordan Gendron

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James Chung

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Francesco Lemoli

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Connor Field

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Christopher Tuszynski

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