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Posted on October 18 at 4:43 p.m.
Another opinion piece is reported as news.
On Mayor Blasted for Alleged Conflict-of-Interest
Posted on October 18 at 9:51 a.m.
The Indy continues it march to the right. Supporting Big Develop and Big Oil while abandoning any kind of environmental principles. Republicans would be proud.
On Endorsements 2014
Posted on October 18 at 9:47 a.m.
Keep local tax money for local projects. Let the State for State projects.
Posted on October 17 at 10:30 a.m.
Reduce enrollment to sustainable levels.
On No Vacancy in Isla Vista
Posted on October 16 at 2:42 p.m.
Ya but we didn't think Cal-trans would hijack that money and destroy our on/off ramps and make traffic worse by forcing the 3rd lane to be an ineffective HOV lane. Get real.
On Mayor Schneider: Stop Derailing the 101 Widening
Posted on October 16 at 2:33 p.m.
These planners are out of touch. They need to be elected because they currently are against public property like creeks and beaches. With elections, planners like Schwartz would either not be serving or have to stop kissing up to developers and serve the public.
On Can Creek Restoration and Affordable Housing Coexist?
Posted on October 14 at 3:36 p.m.
On High Occupancy Isn't Carpooling
Posted on October 14 at 1:36 p.m.
Your Lewbowski is weak, like an Eagles song.
Posted on October 13 at 9:44 a.m.
The increased congestion also increases pollution, cars generally operate at peak efficiency when driving between 60 and 70 mph, while running least efficient in stop-and-go traffic.
HOV lanes are a real pollution problem in California.
Policy makers need to look at the data and get rid of this nuisance.
Posted on October 9 at 6:19 p.m.
These students living in the high-density apartments are behaving badly.
For Gaskin and party democrats not to acknowlege the unnatuaral and unhealthy high-density conditions the students live in is not being responsible to voters.
For SBCC to be sustainable and a good neighbor, they need to acknowledge the healthy limitations that keep it in balance with the community. That means limiting their enrollment to sustainable levels.
When Gaskin says SBCC will add more high-density housing to increase growth, she is threatening the community with unsustainable growth and the negative consequences over-development brings.
As the State's higher education chief, Das Williams is also threatening Santa Barbara with unsustainable growth. Rather than looking at all the other places in California that could grow sustainably and where the communities want the growth, which is where he should be looking to add new public colleges, he's trying to expand colleges that are already maxed out. With a little creativity and research, new areas that want the growth might welcome an economic shot in the arm that a new public college could provide.
I wonder how many SBCC student are here just to party?
On City College's Sprawling Impact