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Posted on January 18 at 12:43 p.m.
randallb; you seem to overlook that he is on felony probation for theft. a person on felony probation gives up any rights against search and seizure, AND they have him red handed on camera doing it. also, how is looking at someones clothing in a drawer sexual harassment? that is nonsense.
On Fielding Graduate Staffer Arrested for Stealing Student's Laptop
Posted on January 17 at 12:08 p.m.
So a structure to house criminals costs $239,361.70 per person housed? that is 90 million divided by 376. To me that seems excessive, to say the least.that doesn't include the 19 million per year to operate the proposed facility...where will THAT come from?
On Full Steam Ahead on North County Jail
Posted on January 6 at 1:36 p.m.
I'm getting sick and tired of people like "Binky" who think it's perfectly alright for homeless persons to destroy private property and harass locals and tourists and who then are supported by taxpayers money, giving them free everything so they will stick around and keep doing it. Enablers are what you are and while enabled these persons have no motivation to quit drinking and drugs and get a job. AA is there when these "homeless" persons finally hit bottom and want to stop their self destruction.Until they do hit bottom they will continue their random path of enabled alcohol and drug fueled bliss at the residents of this fair city's expense. I condemn you "binky" for your support of such a scenario
On Investigators Determine Cause of Downtown Blaze
Posted on January 6 at 1:23 p.m.
A man builds a fire against a multimillion dollar building that someone else owns and you are in support of that? there seems to be a gaping hole in your own logic there smartypants. this person is here in SB because they give out free food and for no other reason. wake up and it's time for your reality check (which appears to have bounced).
Posted on January 5 at 9:36 a.m.
If Santa Barbara ever wishes to reduce the hordes of homeless that dwell here, they are going to have to stop attracting them with endless services like free shelter and free food. the homeless are literally and figuratively destroying the place.Just my opinion and I'm sure that many will find it disagreeable.
Posted on January 3 at 6:10 p.m.
Allow me to clarify things for "loon" ...the owners of montecito motors(the Closed business,not the building) have been convicted some time ago,and are in prison for 11 and 13 years for selling many cars that did not belong to them, forgery and tax fraud. all evidence having been removed by SBPD detectives long ago from this,one of 3 spaces that they rented(the others being 430 Rose avenue and a storage building in Goleta.). The owner,(of the Building) Steve Dal Pozzo is not affiliated with MMotors, and his family has owned this beautiful,historic building since the 1940s
On Montecito Motors Burning
Posted on December 28 at 12:11 p.m.
I'm surprised no one hears the noise? who buys these stolen items? they should be facing receiving stolen property, and possible conspiracy charges, because theoretically, by buying these stolen items, they are giving the thieves money to go out and get these items. is it scrap yards? used parts buyers/sellers? If there is such a thing as legitimate buyers of these items, they should require ID from sellers and keep a record (like pawn shops do) and on top of that, they should be required to have video surveillance that records images of the sellers entering and leaving their establishments, and possibly of their vehicles in whatever parking they offer to sellers of such items.just a few ideas to make it harder for the miscreants who do these things.Another idea...A sting operation shouldn't be too hard to set up.catch them in the act.
On Catalytic Converter Thefts Continue
Posted on December 26 at 3:35 p.m.
Tule Fog in winter/spring and long power transmission distances to any metropolis are probable reasons why solar has not gone large scale there. I'm told that Tule Fog is the reason why there aren't a lot of large scale solar plants in California's Central Valley. The Carrizo Plain/California Valley area is at a higher elevation and does not get Tule Fog, making it an Ideal location.
On Death Valley Rocks
Posted on December 24 at 3:02 p.m.
I don't know the answer to that but having a choice usually beats being served by a monopoly. Competition is what helps keep prices lower and can anyone honestly say if it really "had to be torn down?" Did they "go broke" or was it planned that way by a management that operated like Bain Capital? To tear down the buildings was a decision someone made based on their intentions for the land the structures occupied. Seismic retrofits have kept many older structures Usable, the Granada Building, for example. Did St.Francis "go broke" before or after being purchased by Cottage? Was it all a plan to make Cottage the one and only hospital?I don't know the answer but I still think having choices in local healthcare is desirable. How would it be if Santa Barbara Had only one Restaurant?Car Dealer? Furniture Store? how popular would that scenario be?
On Cottage Housing Spoken For
Posted on December 22 at 1:48 p.m.
When GluteousMaximus was asked why the Polynesians did not invade the United States, he replied:You cannot invade the United States. There you will find a Japanese behind every lazy ass.
On Dog Got Your Tongue?
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