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Posted on October 29 at 8:01 p.m.
I find it disturbing that, despite several hundred thousands of dollars spent by law enforcement, it is the AS of UCSB and other dissimilarly funded organizations that pursue preventative and safety measures. Why don't the police help people anymore? For 1% of their reported expenses from last year, they could have 20 porta-potties. Temporary fencing would also be a pittance, comparatively. So many things could be done, instead of flooding the area with police personnel, all looking for people to cite and arrest. It is not just silly, it is downright stupid.
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Posted on October 16 at 5:06 p.m.
Hey youknowhoo, I am pretty sure that aborted fetuses can't RSVP, so there's that.
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Posted on March 11 at 6:25 p.m.
@maven12, zappa and DrDan (hey, teach!) Thank you so much for your comments as I was also dismayed at many of the comments here. My children (and I) went to the Oaks and the bonds that I and my children formed there with the other parents and their children endure to this day. This is not a daycare program and requires quite a bit more participation from the parents than nearly any other preschool program of which I know. It is a program underpinned by dedication to the children and where every parent plays an active, participatory role in their -and the other- children's upbringing. Moreover, I would stand 100% behind the Oaks' former director M- S- and her assistant. Their kindness and dedication make me proud to have been part of that experience. There is a good reason why the wait list is 2 years long there. It is a lot of work but it is a lot of learning, too. These programs are special and a vital part of Santa Barbara's all-too-rapidly dwindling community.
On SBCC Parent Child Workshops in Danger
Posted on March 25 at 12:23 p.m.
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