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Posted on November 3 at 2:56 p.m.
I am pretty sure complying to the laws mandated by SB 1953 take priority over Baby Friendly Who Standards. I am going out on a limb and gonna say that Cottage NICU and birth care ranks pretty high in the world comparatively and technology and staff are top notch. Its good that you adhere to the Innocenti Declaration, as many people do encourage including Cottage, but explain the hospital position why they wronged you? Btw, i have friends who both work in NICU and have had babies in Ventura and SB.. everyone has a different experience. And i also know that our NICU saved our friends baby, and were above and beyond their duties. I'm sure if you got some nurses on your campaign it would be pretty influential.
On Hospital Not Baby-Friendly
Posted on August 14 at 1:26 p.m.
Nice. Darryl.. i know a bunch of people in that list too
On The S.B. Questionnaire: Jim Armstrong
Posted on August 14 at 1:04 p.m.
Which bike lanes to you propose to remove that will make my driving easier? Valid question right?
On Bikes and Cars
Posted on August 14 at 11:51 a.m.
Damn, oh well.. the roof will stay.. They know exactly what type of place to put in. On paper the best place to put in an upscale place is in that theater district, but what is needed is a place like what 'State and A' was. Often times I will go looking for food in that area and my choices include McDonalds, fast food, subway or other places to go.. or nice restaurants that you cant leave without dropping 40 bucks for 2 people. A bar and grill offers the perfect casual medium, burgers and salads etc. Now i don't have to go all the way down to Kahuna or Eureka for casual sit down dinner.. or settle for Arlington and Tupelo happy hour food. I often contemplated how to remodel State and A.. turns out Maggies nailed my ideas with the indoor/outdoor bar, but killed it on the restaurant.
On Just Be at Benchmark Eatery
Posted on August 13 at 1:04 a.m.
This place is awesome.. hopefully the next change will be to take the roof off the patio. Surprisingly SB has very few places to eat on an open patio. ( who knows, maybe the Bennet's predict a huge rainy season)
Posted on August 13 at 12:18 a.m.
DarrylGenis will only be friends with Armstrong if he drinks a bunch of wine and plows into some people or cars; thus making him a prospective client and income opportunity.
Posted on July 3 at 12:56 p.m.
The article should be titled, " A handful of people protest..."
On Santa Barbara Protests Hobby Lobby Decision
Posted on July 3 at 12:40 p.m.
@Botany.. i was being sarcastic. Women still have easy access to birth control in this country. I have never relied on the government or employer to provide me with birth control.
Posted on July 3 at 10:37 a.m.
So we are going to see a huge rise in pregnancies now? It sucks that woman can't get contraceptives now. Did I miss any details on the case or am i right?
Posted on June 11 at 2:33 a.m.
@touristunfriendly I am only saying what i have read; deep dislike for the City Arborist. He repeats the same rants in past articles and his feeling on his facebook page as well. I have personally met Gene, when he is in this hate zone, and i can tell you that his anger boils and although he is an expert in trees, he takes simple matters and blows them out of proportion. Tim Downey, may be an idiot... but I get the feeling that Gene knew Tim before he was hired and didn't like him before. He didnt call him out by name here, but in previous articles he has. BTW, if there is an ordinance that the public doesn't agree with, show up to City Council in large numbers and demand an moratorium until it can be rewritten. (like the hedge ordinance was recently) If those City people are overstepping their power, that is bad.. but if they are just enforcing the existing ordinances, how does that make them tyrants? Im glad I don't work for the City Tree Police.
On The Santa Barbara Sheep Syndrome