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Posted on October 24 at 8:50 a.m.
Report Reveals Low Ocean Food Production
These headlines confuse me- LOW OCEAN PRODUCTION &Boom Times for Squid Fishery
both on the front page of the Independent Web page.
On Boom Times for Squid Fishery
Posted on October 24 at 8:47 a.m.
Yet we have the squid industry taking record numbers- also on the front page- 3 items below this headline?
On Report Reveals Low Ocean Food Production
Posted on October 16 at 8:56 p.m.
Can anyone explain why no previous owner before the Chumash purchased it, wasn't able to build on it?
The same rules should apply to the current owners.
On County Officially Opposes Chumash's Camp 4 Dreams
Posted on October 16 at 7:58 a.m.
"We are in a drought! Why are people watering at all? The Chumash said there was not enough water for the population coming in the 1800s."
What? Are you saying the Chumash have taken their own advice? I am confused. Not enough water in the 1800's- how on Earth did they build a Casino- where on Earth is the water supposed to come from for a city to be built at Camp 4? Why did they continue to populate knowing there wouldn't be enough water? Silly Chumash?
The 101 serves the entire State of California and a way to get from one place to another- how stupid to think that only 805 residents use the 101 to get from Carp to Goleta. HOW STUPID.
While I do not want a 8-10 lane freeway going thru Santa Barbara County, the facts are, people will continue to drive, trucks will continue to ferry goods, (Yes Virginia, your Trader Joe goods come to SB via a Tractor Trailer!) to and thru Santa Barbara via the 101.
On Santa Barbara Has Issues
Posted on October 11 at 8:01 a.m.
Bimboteskie- you deserve a GRAMMY for that rap!
On Affordable Lodging at Jalama Beach?
Posted on September 27 at 9:20 a.m.
Why can't purchasing the land fair & square, then treating it as it has been treated since boundries were put in place be enough? It has been open land- and should remain open land. If the rightful owners want to change the rules, follow the procedures put in place to protect all- go thru the Planning Dept and do as everyone has to do.
If following the rules, we as a County put in place, is too restricting- what is the point of making rules?
I am interested in seeing what kind of Army, Navy, Air Force and Police Force they are going to put forth, as a Nation.
On Capps, Feinstein Question Chumash Moves
Posted on September 23 at 10:20 p.m.
loonpt- I have zero issue with anyone smoking herb- though maybe not while operating a firearm.
I also believe it should be legalized, if only to keep folks from illegally growing and polluting the National Forests.
I agree it would be a corrective measure to legalize it.
On Two Men Arrested During Raid On Marijuana Grow
Posted on September 23 at 1:25 p.m.
Using a firearm responsibly is a safe and sane way to enjoy an afternoon. Gun Safety is first and foremost with our family and those we chose to shoot with. In fact, every gun owner I know, practices safety first-any other choice is the surefire way to get your ability to operate a firearm taken away.
Thank you for responding DrDan.
Posted on September 23 at 8:54 a.m.
Our Family uses the shooting range- and thank you very much- saying it should be closed because families use it....well instead of sitting around smoking dope my family is doing a family activity OF OUR CHOICE.
Because our back country is being exploited by illegal aliens (cross eyed ones at that)- do not try and take our enjoyment away.
I have never ever been at a shooting range where children are present- and the children were allowed to roam within the shooting zone. PLEASE Dr Dan, be more responsible with your words.
Posted on August 21 at 9:44 a.m.
"The property currently generates $84,000 in property taxes per year. The tribe offered to pay $1,000,000 per year for 10 years".
With no one living on it- it is ag land in its current form.
Add 140 homes- and you get taxes from EACH residential- possibly A LOT more than what it gathers now...
On Facts on Camp 4 Federal Trust Application
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