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Posted on June 26 at 4:05 p.m.
The Housing Authority helps people from all walks of life and all ages. They have a place for the senior, both retired and still working. They help hard working people with families. They are giving back to needy members of the community who for decades have lived and worked in this town.
It is shameful the landlords feel they must raise and ask for such high rents. This activity has crippled our retailers and small businesses. Professionals, our nurses and health workers have long had to commute from Ventura and Oxnard south, and Lompoc and Santa Maria north.
On Housing Authority of the City of Santa Barbara Receives Gold Nugget Award for Best Affordable Housing Project
Posted on June 3 at 10:34 a.m.
I understand. Considering your information this decision is worth looking into. Guess this is the gamble. I too hope neither of us have to face this decision.
I wonder if this a situation where spousal and family pressure would make a difference? From observing others, I know they never want to say goodbye.
Yes, many times I have said "never" and had to eat those words!
On SOS for Neighborhood Clinics
Posted on June 3 at 10:21 a.m.
Oh dear God. Those poor people. It is a crime to drive and drink.
On Motorcycling Couple Suffer Major Injuries in DUI Accident
Posted on June 3 at 6:41 a.m.
A thought always at the back of one's mind. One can put up a fight, take the treatments, recover or die. Or one can refuse the treatment, take the chance and live with it - or not.
Until one is actually in this life shattering position, it is impossible to know which way you will to go.
Posted on May 22 at 5:13 p.m.
Hold the assumptions until all is revealed. It was for the women to monitor themselves and not Harry's obligation.
On DUI Crash Leaves 3-Year-Old With Serious Injuries
Posted on May 14 at 6:13 p.m.
In the pictures yesterday his head was heavily bandaged. Strange there appears to be no damage to his head which would have been shaved if the wounds had been extensive. Also knife punctures to the lower back would make walking , not to mention running, painful and difficult.
On Reports of Man With Rifle on East De La Guerra Street
Posted on May 12 at 8:41 a.m.
A wild accusation. Bribery of jury and judge is punishable by law. The judge would be risking a de - frocking - or whatever they do to crooked judges and lawyers.
Someone's been watching too much television.
On Jury Reaches Verdict in Mold Lawsuit
Posted on March 23 at 10:16 a.m.
An enormous amount of attention to one miscreant in a town full of law breakers. Curry and his co - conspiritor Mahoey will be glad to have the limelight removed from their particular oops. Namely, the unlawful and punishable act of being party to the suppressing of evidence. One gets told he is a good guy for retiring and the other gets a pass jail card and a free trip to Rome.
On Pini Popped for Pilfering
Posted on March 21 at 10:41 a.m.
People who expect our already overloaded police force to prevent their children from joining gangs must have a misplaced sense of entitlement. As do those who expect the over worked school system to discipline their children. Teachers are paid to teach. Police are paid to protect our community. Discipline, showing examples and setting boundaries begins at home. Parents who shirk these responsibilities clearly are not doing their job.
On Gang Injunction Aired at Council
Posted on March 18 at 7:39 a.m.
Southern California is running wild with mold. My brother lives in San Diego. He found mold in his bathroom and bedroom. His landlord fixed it and put my brother and his family in a motel while doing so. Mold is a red rag to landlords. Some tenants can be at fault for this condition if they don't attend to routine good housekeeping habits such as open windows, cross ventilalation and general cleanliness.
On Mold Lawsuit Against City Underway
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