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Posted on January 7 at 2:42 p.m.
"Muggy" they were here first!
On Animal Control Responds to Mountain Lion in Backyard
Posted on October 22 at 6:17 a.m.
The word "quipped" caught my eye as well. Thank you for posting your comment.
On Dead Whale on More Mesa Beach
Posted on September 21 at 4:28 a.m.
This is great news! Hope it works out. We need to preserve that land in it's natural state.
On Gaviota Cluster Buster?
Posted on September 7 at 4:35 a.m.
Keep the original name!! Don't fix something that isn't broken!
On Public Input Sought for New Airport Terminal Name
Posted on May 18 at 8:10 a.m.
Maybe they should consider buying a quieter helicopter???
On Cottage Hospital ’Copters Still Taking Flak
Posted on March 23 at 7:03 a.m.
The people who think it's necessary aren't seeing the bigger picture! I admit it's a bit of a hassle in the beginning to remember to bring your own reusable bags to restaurants and stores but soon it will become a habit. We need to do our part in being stewards of our planet!! As for those worried about "take out" containers at restaurants the cost is only about a nickel per container. It's just not that difficult to do!
On The plastic bag ban now being crafted by the City of Santa Barbara
Posted on March 14 at noon
No, Beach Fan and East Beach,Restaurants should supply biodegradeable boxes for food. They do here...no problem. Our oceans are getting polluted with plastic and the seal life is suffering considerably. The land fills are full of non biodegradeable trash. Wake up people! We are part of the problem and not a part of the solution when we resist this kind of small change!!!
On Carpinteria Officially Adopts Single-Use Bag Ban
Posted on March 14 at 8:11 a.m.
Please, people get real. Just buy a few multiuse bags and take them with you to the store. It's just not that difficult to do!!I live on Kauai and this bag ban has been in affect for about 2 yrs and it works. Takes a little time to remember to bring bags to the store each time but the more you do it, it'll become habit. Besides that you WILL be helping the environment. You need to get over yourselves.
Posted on November 7 at 7:09 a.m.
Kauai has banned single use bags for about a year now. When you are in the check out line the cashier gives a 5 cent credit for each bag you bring in. People complained at first but now everyone is fine with it. I don't understand what the big debate is about....lets just start the ban to help in saving the planet. Our wildlife has suffered enough and the plastic bags don't degrade or not in our lifetimes anyway. Just ban the damn bags already!Aloha,Liana
On Ban the Bloody Bag Already!
Posted on October 4 at 8:21 a.m.
I'm totally with the doctors of MAHD! It is time for change! I'm so tired of the insurance companies raking in so much money for "administrative" costs. My hope is that these bills pass in Calif. and that the rest of the nation follows suit.
On Mad as Hell Doctors March in Santa Barbara