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Posted on June 12 at 8:46 p.m.
Volok, take a Valium, or two
On Hotchkiss Announces Reelection Bid
Posted on May 16 at 9:03 a.m.
Seems to me this should have been considered w/ the airport expansion EIR.It's hard to imagine birds not congregating around an estuary. Not! Estuary, insects, birds, fish. Not Walmart and Target
On Siphoning Off Goleta Slough
Posted on May 6 at 9:40 a.m.
SBCC is contemplating hiring a full time SB Police officer for the campus patrol at a cost of $250,000/ year.cha ching!
On Connecticut Shootings Prompt School Safety Measures
Posted on April 24 at 7:40 a.m.
On Santa Barbara High School’s Campbell Grant Murals Restored
Posted on April 19 at 3:18 p.m.
I think it's in good measure, and time to require developer's to post a bond to fiance these projects up front, and not have funding based on sales of units. All the same lackey's are sowing their faces. I agree, Rob Dayton's traffic study was a joke.
On Barking of the Neighbor's Dog
Posted on April 12 at 7:54 a.m.
There's so much more to this story than 5 paragraphs can provide.Come on independent, you can do better. Another weekly fluff story
On Hollister Ranch Showdown
Posted on April 9 at 3:32 p.m.
Rattlesnake Canyon Wilderness Area needs better dog owners.Leashes required.
On Dogs Versus Hunters in the Backcountry
Posted on March 20 at 11:44 a.m.
right on CManSBYou can't gentrify everything. The new hotel is the begining of the end.Keep the character, keep it local, yes
On Old Town Goleta’s 'Life After Redevelopment'
Posted on February 21 at 8:56 a.m.
Hopefully the ABR will read some of these comments . Compatibility at this intersection of Alamar and De laVina St. is complex, especially for market rate luxury condos. Yes, the view from the 4th floor will be astounding. But more so, the view of these boxy 4 story condos will hinder the historic views that we all enjoy there. Forget the 40' for a moment and take away from the project to give the breathing room that we, and the Mission Creek watershed need and deserve. after all, we are making way for the Steelhead to move back up to the headwaters.
Besides, the constant smoke pollution from the Chicken Ranch is deplorable enough for the residents who live in the 2 story apartments there. The De la Vina corridor doesn't need to be gentrified further . It's one of the last refuges for local businesses to thrive due to the affordability. Traffic, also is already a big problem, with volume and speed. I live here, and I know, I'm there everyday. Two stories max, layer cake mass, with generous setbacks is the only way this could fly.
On ABR Gives Feedback on New Condo Project
Posted on February 15 at 8:35 p.m.
Wonderful Thank you
On Glenn Parks: 1921-2013
The Santa Barbara Bird Sanctuary will dedicate a new learning ... Read More
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