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Posted on December 12 at 10:29 a.m.
Interesting that I had to search the Indy's page to find this article. And also observed they didn't mention where the perp was prior to the incident. Is the Indy intentionally trying to bury this story? I really wouldn't have expected that from them, and it is disappointing to say the least.
On DUI Hit-and-Run Victim Dies, Suspect Charged with Murder
Posted on May 23 at 8:52 a.m.
What a shame (and sham) that a wealthy micro-minority of Montecitans are once again derailing the much-needed project. What's even worse is the political power these few people have over Salud and the other elected officials. Shame on SBCAG for letting this dog and pony show continue.
On Which Way to Widen 101?
Posted on April 7 at 10:10 a.m.
You can tell this 'switzerneighbor' is abnormally obsessed with the activities of the farm house. Perhaps they need to get a life and stop worrying about the neighbors activities.
On ‘Party Houses’ Still Irking Neighbors
Posted on March 23 at 12:58 a.m.
There's a simple solution to at least part of this. The cities get 78% of the Measure A tax revenue right off the top. If they're truly interested in their larger projects they need to use some of that money toward the projects.
The City of SB is in a much worse position than Goleta since they didn't include the Las Positas project in the Measure A plan (like Goleta's overpass is) so I'm not sure why they're even talking about it. They need to find other ways of funding that project.
On Measure A Projects Must Wait
Posted on September 4 at 9:53 a.m.
You nailed it Indy. Measure B is poorly written and financed by one of the largest developers of tract homes in Texas. Why, you may ask? Because he knows that if building heights downtown are reduced, growth will go OUTWARD resulting in environmentally-destructive sprawl (i.e., Texas). He can then make more money as he leads the charge for sprawl in Santa Barbara.
Don't be taken in by the fear-mongering of the SEPV folks. Vote smart. Vote NO ON MEASURE B. Vote NO on Mahan's Folly!
On Vote No on Measure B
Posted on August 4 at 11:05 a.m.
If there was ever a time for Goleta Water District customers to show interest in their district, it is now.
Bertrando, Ruskey and their ilk (basically a few NIMBY wackos) have tried to take over the GWD board and continue to harass other board members as well as district staff and vendors.
They should be stopped before they do irreparable harm to the district.
On Goleta Water Sloshes Back Into the Fray
Posted on August 3 at 9:34 a.m.
What exactly is an "anti-alternative transportation" candidate? Does that mean she wants to tear out bike paths and replace them with more car lanes?
On Big Money Not Shy
Posted on August 1 at 11:34 a.m.
When I was 13, I fantasized about such a thing happening. I'm sure many men would look back on their adolescence and feel similarly.
The fact of the matter is, males and females are simply wired differently in this respect. The man in this case (boy at the time) came back to the woman and had a consensual relationship with her for several years. I'd be shocked if he doesn't look back on those years fondly as he gets older.
That being said, I wouldn't expect women to view this type of behavior the same, and I think as a society we need different standards for protecting girls from predatory men.
On Woman Accused of Sex with Minor
Posted on August 1 at 11:25 a.m.
Great work, Brian! It's time for the silent minority in Santa Barbara to step up and defeat Measure B and let our voice of reason be heard.
I'm so sick and tired of a few old farts with too much time on their hands trying to determine the future for the rest of us.
On B is for Building Height
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