The Santa Barbara Unified school board gave the county the go-ahead to draft an application for a Safe Routes to School project that would be funded by SBCAG for up to $300,000. This project, in particular, would pave, landscape, and light a path on a district-owned parcel called the Tatum Property that sits roughly between San Marcos High School and El Camino Elementary School and is frequented by parents and students.
Safe Routes to School Project Chugs Along
Thursday, October 25, 2012
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