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Posted on December 7 at 10:24 a.m.
Desperados. Is COLAB their political consultant?
The Casino Chumash would harvest a lot more political hay by simply attacking Carbajal for grandstanding about the freeway widening in Montecito. The Casino Chumash want to annex land so they are immune to land development restrictions that everyone else must comply with.As usual, follow the money.
On Chumash Call out Carbajal
Posted on December 5 at 10:42 a.m.
And the answer is in this news article: "But councilmembers were also assured in how tenants at similar downtown housing projects used only a fraction — on average two-thirds — of their available parking spaces. Cars, it turns out, are simply too expensive for many people who could qualify for such housing."
Head-exploding fact: Not everyone with lower incomes has nor wants a car if they reside downtown, with sidewalks, bike lanes, and bus routes.
On 'Height Shock' for Haley Street?
Posted on December 5 at 7:38 a.m.
Earth to one-termer Randy Rowse: 2008 called and wants its hyperbolic vacuous rhetoric back.
Posted on December 4 at 10:35 a.m.
sbreader et al., you do not seem to notice that the front page recently has included editorials under the byline of "Scott Steepleton" who is on their remaining staff and is not a desperate free contributor like Lanny and Andycolab.
On NLRB Sets <em>News-Press</em> Hearing
Posted on December 3 at 1:32 p.m.
Like foo, I just hate when employees work together under existing labor laws so they get paid and respected better instead of the owners keeping a larger share of the money. That is so Un-American by those evil, pesky labor unions!
Posted on November 27 at 9:20 a.m.
"if the City Council wants to increase voter turnout, he added, the cheapest and most effective way is to hold city elections the same time as state, federal, and county races."
So the question remains, does the City Council majority really want to increase voter turnout?
On Election Turnout: Half Full or Half Empty?
Posted on November 27 at 9:15 a.m.
Don't they know that the gangster injunctificationing will solve all our crime problems and never take away from the opportunity to resolve other crime problems using existing enforcement methods?
On Group Airs Injunction Concerns in Letter to Council
Posted on November 26 at 9:10 a.m.
People are waking up to the political games and Moneycito chase that are really happening here. Carbajal and Schneider will have some creative spinning in store for them to justify why they want to scrap what the voters approved as the sales tax renewal for the freeway widening and congestion relieve HOV lane as advertised.
This pissing match with Caltrans is not gonna save anyone any money.Jeramy Lindaman gives bad advice yet again, like backing Landecker to feebly take down Hart to myopically assure that Hotchkiss gets reelected.
On Freeway-Widening Food Fight Intensifies
Posted on November 22 at 6:15 p.m.
So, is this a "gang crime" and are they gang "members" by any definition except in the fearmongering spin of the police chief?
Similiar assault crimes unfortunately happen every weekend in the lower State Street Drunk Zone. Why, then, does not the Indy report those crimes and arrests?
On Police Arrest Pair of Gang Members for Sexual Battery
Posted on November 22 at 7:55 a.m.
Foo, Cam Sanchez told me that gang murders happen every day, not every week or month. Who is to know what is really true when the news media swallows it whole with no questioning of the real crime statistics data and how they just compiled old news into a public relations stunt.
On Is the Mexican Mafia Making Moves in Santa Barbara?
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