I ❤ Mulligans

I am a 45-year-old individual who is blessed to be alive after surviving an injury 14 years ago that broke my skull into 13 pieces. I spent three weeks in a coma, lost the vision in my left eye, and still have enough ability and motivation to play golf regularly at Santa Barbara Golf Club … and, of course, eat at Mulligans! I have heard there is a possibility of losing quite a bit of what has been a landmark to the new and old residents of Santa Barbara. We should really appreciate the true Santa Barbara quality businesses and facilities that are genuine and have character, and we should never side with the exact opposite, a controlling corporate catastrophe with nothing more than self-conscious greed and not a care in the world for the clients. Please refrain from any decisions that will take away from the heritage of Santa Barbara.

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