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Posted on July 24 at 4:14 p.m.
No, John Adams, there are people not in the so-called "cars are basically everything" crowd that have thoughtful opinions. It's called free speech and should be greeted with other than taunts and insults.
On La Entrada Hits Snag
Posted on July 5 at 9:54 a.m.
@K-V: your comments in this trail are dead on.
On Republicans Should Move to Center
Posted on July 4 at 10:26 a.m.
The original hedge ordinance was much worse, but I don't see a need for an ordinance at all.
On Council Intervenes in Hedge Spite Bite
Posted on July 4 at 10:21 a.m.
I've read in the Indy in the recent past that 1/3 of Montecitans do not have a land line.
On Montecito Antennas Still Up For Discussion
Posted on July 3 at 10:03 a.m.
The reason the Riviera resident filed all those complaints was because after a remodel/landscape project the resident was not allowed to replace the hedge that had been removed to facilitate the project. The complaints aired a large inequity in hedge enforcement and public input indicated that the ordinance needed revision. The revised ordinance is much more sensible - for once the system worked.
I was about to file multiple complaints for a similar problem but the Riviera resident beat me to it. Thanks!
Posted on July 3 at 9:59 a.m.
Cellphone communications in Montecito are extremely spotty. The nature of the terrain and of cell signal propagation requires many cells to ensure reliable communications (think FIRE!). The proposed solutions are nearly invisible, except apparently to the self-appointed "guardians" of Montecito's "semi-rural character" ( if I hear that term one more time I will barf.). The Supes should consider the needs of first responders and ALL citizens before giving in to these Luddites. Carbajal's statement that service in Montecito is adequate is breathtakingly ignorant.
Posted on June 29 at 10:14 a.m.
my household has cut our usage in half relative to last year. Montecito has cut by 40% (that would be the "rich" folks). What's wrong with the citizens of SB City? Can't spell drought?
On City Customers Not Saving Water During Drought
Posted on June 27 at 9:47 a.m.
Obama has repeatedly broken the law. He apparently thinks he was elected King. Hopefully, the recent decision by a UNANIMOUS Supreme Court regarding his NLRB appointments is the beginning of a trend. He may have the highest IQ of recent presidents and I voted for him (the first time, before his evil twin appeared), but he clearly has no regard for the Constitution of due process.
On Legal Expert Calls for Supreme Court Reform
Posted on June 19 at 7:50 a.m.
Why not spend your column inches on the lies, lawlessness, arrogance, and misdeeds of our current president instead of rehashing the past?
On Another Day, Another Dog
Posted on June 16 at 1:39 p.m.
Young Urban Travellers. YUTs. Or spelled YUTZ means, from the Yiddish: ditz, clutz, dumkoft, ninny, nincompoop, socially incompetent boob, twit, dumbass. Example? I gotta provide a sample?
Or how about just BUM, since that is what they are. AS distinct from HOBO, who work for their handouts.
On Curbing Young Urban Travelers