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Posted on November 21 at 8:53 a.m.
I am pretty sure that was just rain yesterday and not an entirely falling sky.
Less See-Oh-Too in the atmosphere of Texas is still the atmosphere of Santa Barbara County.
On Gettin' Steamed over SME
Posted on November 21 at 7:54 a.m.
Bring It.Francisco will become another notch in the Lois Lipstick Case.
On Glass Dogs Shouldn't Throw Bones
Posted on November 21 at 7:51 a.m.
I never those whine grapes in Paso Robles were so sour.
Posted on November 20 at 9:04 p.m.
Arresting and prosecuting people named on the wannabe gang injunction only PROVES that plenty of law enforcement tools already are available so such an injunction is not needed and is a redundant, tax-wasting boondoggle.
You guys are so gullible and totally illogical.
On Is the Mexican Mafia Making Moves in Santa Barbara?
Posted on November 20 at 8:31 p.m.
Really, sbreader, do explain.
Looks like "we" have all the tools and weapons we can use already if these criminal gangsters and their predecessors repeatedly get busted and convicted already.
But the poh-leess do have some nice antique, bolt-action rifles now to adorn their Bearcat or sell to collectors.
On Real Costs for the Gang Injunction
Posted on November 20 at 11:25 a.m.
That's Right, Foo, if a names appears on a list at a website like this one or another local website, those people named must be a declared candidate for another elected office.
On If and when Lois Capps retires, who's your favorite for Congress?
Posted on November 20 at 11:12 a.m.
Chemtrails are more of a problem to worry about.
On Oswald Innocence Campaign Descends on Santa Barbara
Posted on November 20 at 11:10 a.m.
Sharpen, the bricks you mention, besides being chump change, were paid out of now-defunct redevelopment funds, so no cigar there with that tired rhetoric. Just stick to the selfish argument that your neighborhood is more special than other neighborhoods, because that is what half of the public comment was about yesterday at city council.
Try instead to grow the economic public works pie so everyone has a streets project to gain here. The Mesa neighborhood already ate its first couple of pie slices when the city accepted the perpetual, unfunded maintenance requirements from the Cliff Drive relinquishment by Cal-trans.
On Roundabout or Stoplight at Cliff and Las Positas?
Posted on November 20 at 11:03 a.m.
at_large, if you really walk there so often in the Eastside ("Cacique neighborhood") and even drive there too, you should know that particular el-cheapo, non-compliant footbridge is just one of a dozen readily known transportation improvements that the city has neglected, and knows about, for upwards of 25 or more years.
For your next venture slumming it in the hood, try walking on Montecito Street towards Salinas Street, forced into the traffic lane where no sidewalk nor space for one exists over the creek. Then push a baby carriage and/or escort some little kids while at it there. Enjoy the up-close and personal interaction with a tardy soccer mom in her Volvo (not even on her cell phone this time) as she screams downhill around the nearly blind corner from the Salinas Street roundabout.
Sure, a roundabout at Cliff / Las Positas would be a good project, and so would be many others in the Eastside and elsewhere, where a neglected neighborhood could become better as a mere good neighborhood. The city needs to put them all on the menu and order the combo plate, free of inter-neighborhood elitism and rivalries.
And we all personally need to invite our friends and families to stay in a Santa Barbara hotel this holiday season to bolster our bed tax revenue that pays for streets infrastructure!
Posted on November 20 at 7:08 a.m.
Who is Sharon Byrne and what is Santa Barbara View?
But I do know that a whole lotta zoning and code enforcement could have been enforced to clean up our neighborhoods and reduce crowding if those city attorneys and the cops were not wanking away at this wannabe Gang Injunction, Ruse, Wankfest, Blackhole.
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