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Posted on May 20 at 10:18 a.m.
I'm not sure when any store that was not a "mom & pop" store started being called a big box store, but I always thought Target was department store similar to Sears, K-Mart, etc.
Also, I live in Goleta and have never experienced "horrendous traffic" caused by Camino Real Marketplace. Perhaps Botany is referring to the rush hour traffic that results from all the commuters driving home to Goleta from Santa Barbara.
On Target Targets Goleta
Posted on April 24 at 4:22 p.m.
To each their own. Personally I like the design, and would not mind living next door to it.
On Modern and Modular Homes of S.B.
Posted on April 19 at 12:25 p.m.
JL, to address that problem local governments would have to allow the construction of more housing, but you know how popular that is, especially when homeowners who live on recently-converted agricultural land loudly complain about any attempts to convert agricultural land in their back yard and spout off about the need to protect our food growing areas. Hypocrisy at its best.
On Slower Ships Mean Less Emissions
Posted on April 10 at 10:15 a.m.
Actually what the Press Democrat reported is that Cat Ayala of Santa Rosa, Ayala's mother, said detectives had indicated her daughter had been at a party Friday night with friends and that they had split off at about 11 p.m. when Ayala said she had to go to the bathroom. So there is no evidence of panic and falling over a cliff. Yes, let's leave the kids alone so we can have more sexual assaults, alcohol related accidents, 911 calls, etc., so more tax dollars can go to support their "right" to party.
On Cal Poly Student Found Dead at Campus Point
Posted on April 8 at 11:41 a.m.
Not sure when loonpt lived in IV for four years but I lived there for about seven years both during and after college. Like loonpt I partied, studied, graduated, etc., but the place had a much different vibe back then. Now, at least for some students, it's all about getting drunk and trashing the place.
Also, students, if they are renters, do not pay any property tax. That's paid by the owners, and many of the properties are owned by people who bought them prior to Prop. 13 taking effect, so the assessed valuation is very low and so are the property taxes.
Posted on April 4 at 4:42 p.m.
If avolition is correct there must be a lot of ignorant people in this town, myself included.
On Authorities Investigating Homeless Man’s Death
Posted on March 21 at 6:03 p.m.
And that theory certainly played out in 1969!
On Not <em>Save</em> Oil Seeps
Posted on March 21 at 10:09 a.m.
A "stealth, very silent train?" They are all very silent. Stay off the tracks.
On Signage Solution
Posted on March 20 at 12:44 p.m.
Yes, K_V, people who live in houses can "store" their vehicles on the public street, but those vehicles are subject to be towed if parked for five consecutive days (in the County).
On Eliminate year-long parking passes for harbor slip-owners?
Posted on February 25 at 10:02 a.m.
"And look for someone who'll cleanse some upper echelons of management, getting rid of those who are technically incompetent, mendacious, personally malicious and vindictive, ..."
Don't they all work for the Goleta Water District now?
On Greener Grass in Orange County?
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