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Where Sidewalk Ends


When in Santa Barbara, I ride my bicycle along Shoreline/Cabrillo daily. It is ironic that Santa Barbara City College students are walking in the street between the stadium and Pershing Park because there is no sidewalk, while the city of Santa Barbara tore up hundreds of tons of good sidewalks and poured new ones from Pershing Park to Stearns Wharf. Does that make sense to you? —Lane Anderson, Vessel Pelamis, Santa Barbara Harbor

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