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Posted on December 11 at 9:35 a.m.
How do we know this is "expensive" as the Indy headline here opines in News-Press-Mess style?
Did the Indy investigative reporter conduct research on competitive bids and contracts for similar infrastructure projects?
On Expensive Shading Structure Coming to S.B. High School
Posted on December 11 at 8 a.m.
Why is this headline posed as a question?And who believes this water rate increase will stop at only $22 per month?
On Big Jump in Water Bills?
Posted on December 10 at 1:19 p.m.
So Dale Francisco and Frank Hotchkiss continue their disdain for bicyclists and sharing the roads and curb space as the law requires and as thoroughly indicated in our existing land use plans.
Old news. Next.
On Questions, Concerns Over $240,000 Bike Plan Outreach
Posted on December 10 at 11:35 a.m.
Took them long enough: Goleta never has been a valley with mountains on only one side.
With sea level rise and global warming, it will be Goleta Bay.
On Santa Barbara Tourism Outlook Is Good
Posted on December 10 at 11:13 a.m.
Actually, Jarvis, the city spends $565,000 on each bulb out.If you are gonna spread truthiness, why not go big instead?
And I am just shocked, SHOCKED that the rental property Overlords like Chuck Eckert do not want their local beholden tenants gaining power through self governance that passes ordinances and levies taxes.
On LAFCO Gets Some Laughs and Looks at Isla Vista
Posted on December 8 at 9:11 a.m.
On UCSB Wins Grant to Study Ebola Fear
Posted on December 7 at 9:53 p.m.
Sorry to break this to you, Jarvis, but Dale Francisco is very, very WHITE.
On District Election Case Set for April Trial
Posted on December 7 at 10:02 a.m.
Funny, Jarvis. Dale Francisco is so white he ignites in sunlight. But nice try revisiting history and self-proclaimed ethnicity.
pedronava comment above has some great questions about how districts would be drawn, such as: "It's time to focus on the "how" of district elections. Who will draw the lines ? Some incumbents will either have to move or decline to run again. How will the boundary committee be selected ? Maybe the lines are to be drawn by a judicial officer. How many members of the redistricting committee will there be ? Will the election cycle change to coordinate with state and federal elections (so as to have a higher voter turnout and save the costs of off-year elections)?"
HOWEVER, all those democratic principles that pedronava outlines and asks are deliberately and exactly NOT what the proponents of this lawsuit are doing.
Posted on December 6 at 1:46 p.m.
Just maybe MCA cannot raise money voluntarily because none of the businesses want to buy what they are selling?
As a result, MCA wants to impose a 300% business tax increase to extort the money instead, with no guarantee on what will be done with the money and no accountability on their private, self-appointed board of directors.
It is really that simple.
On Making Things Better on the Eastside
Posted on December 6 at 1:42 p.m.
This is all about fast gerrymandering the district boundaries, so the Latinos Cappello pretends to care about can be gerrymandered into districts that will guarantee a permanent minority voting status with only two out of the six districts on city council
And he wants the money.