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Posted on May 6 at 8:30 a.m.
And just how much did this fiasco cost everyone, city, courts, and Pini? My guess, $100,000.
On Dario Pini's Felony Burglary Charge Reduced to Infraction
Posted on May 3 at 7:45 a.m.
Falk clearly doesn't get it. The Man in the Sky (who has a name but we aren't allowed to utter it) gave Palestine and certain other land to the Jews. It is that simple. Non Jews aren't welcome, now or ever. And we Goyim (not full humans), for having been around during the Holocaust, owe the Jews of Israel (fully humans) our unlimited support, financial, political, and military. And the Man in the Sky agrees.
On Dog Bone in the Throat
Posted on April 12 at 8:04 a.m.
One interesting aspect of this long simmering controversy is, what happened to the original YMCA project? Well the story is that after they bought the 100 acre parcel and started to develop plans for a summer camp for kids from the LA area the other owners of parcels on "The Ranch" made life so difficult for them they eventually sold the parcel in question. There was physical intimidation of the owners and their volunteers, destruction of property, blocking of access, just all manner of obstruction. Our Board of Supervisors, again, showed their favorite position. Head in the sand with their derrieres sticking up in the air.
On Hollister Ranch Showdown
Posted on April 10 at 7:49 a.m.
I know someone that mills local down trees. He could mill the wood and turn it into benches to sit on and watch the setting sun. https://www.facebook.com/seaborndesigns
On Tree Down at Douglas Preserve
Posted on April 3 at 2:10 p.m.
Let's face it. There are two downtown Goletas. One is the original, called Old Town. The other is the 'strip mall' on Calle Real. One is Anglo white, one is Hispanic brown. The new Council majority represents the strip mall folks. To be honest I don't care.......as long as they leave Old Town as it is. Goleta does not need a version of Paseo Nuevo.
On De-prioritzing Old Town Goleta?
Posted on March 8 at 9:27 a.m.
The Hanson Ranch is essentially one of three canyons that come together at the intersection of Highway 101 and Highway 1 at Las Cruces. It is on the west side of 101 going north towards Buellton. While not on the coast it is a wonderful addition to open space within the County.
On 14,000 Gaviota Acres Permanently Preserved
Posted on February 28 at 3:01 p.m.
The problem with fracking is that it is very hard to meter the gas that comes up with well water. Imagine all the people who will hook up their furnaces to their faucets and stop paying their gas bills.
On Jackson, Williams Introduce Fracking Bills
Posted on February 15 at 6:39 a.m.
Perfect example of a "non" story. Truth be told the County acquired the Baron Ranch for it's next "sanitary landfill" when the infamous Tajiguas Landfill is finally full. These "1 inch" water pipes were nothing. The real and ongoing story is that our environmentally friendly county is dumping almost all it's garbage on the Gaviota Coast......now, and if they get their way, for the next century.
On Illegal Pipes Removed
Posted on December 21 at 7:41 a.m.
Is anyone who posts moronic comments a moron?
On Dog Got Your Tongue?
Posted on December 12 at 5:40 a.m.
I agree that "The war on drugs" is a complete failure and that Marijuana should be legal. But the question no one seems to ask, including our police is, who is getting the drugs from these boats when they land? There has to be people, trucks, and a beach to off load the tons of weed. It is hard to believe thay haven't gotten one of the Mexican Nationals caught in the boats to tell who they were delivering the drugs to and where. What's up with that?
On Capps Urges Federal, Local Coordination to Combat Pangas
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