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Goleta Nears OK for Carillo Business Park


The proposed Cabrillo Business Park surged closer to reality with the Goleta City Council’s virtual guarantee that it would approve the developer’s most recent blueprints. The complex-to be located south of Hollister Avenue in Goleta-is expected to provide office space for high-tech startup companies employing some 2,200 scientists, including many UCSB graduates and professors. The project is not without detractors, at least one of whom threatened to file a California Environmental Quality Act lawsuit.

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