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Posted on July 5 at 5:04 p.m.

case still closed
signing off

On Peace Threatens to Break Out in S.B. Growth Wars

Posted on July 5 at 10:36 a.m.

I won't be doing your homework for you Nick. That's all a part of the "fact checking" that needs to be done.
As to your question about "what's wrong with a political reporter......" What is wrong with it is that the articles written have yet to be fact checked to be sure the truth is being reported. It doesn't matter how much money someone has, it's about being an honest reporter, not one that has to make up stories.
Again, case closed.

On Peace Threatens to Break Out in S.B. Growth Wars

Posted on July 4 at 11:41 a.m.

Case closed EZK. The proof is in all of the articles Mr. Welsh has put in the Independent over the past year about RVW. Zero fact checking about RVW equals zero credibility on anything that is written with his name on it.
He's obsessed as I said before.
Case closed on this topic.

On Peace Threatens to Break Out in S.B. Growth Wars

Posted on July 3 at 4:42 p.m.

Well, this article makes it official- Nick Welsh is obsessed with Randall Van Wolfswinkel. Poor Nick can barely go a few short weeks without bringing RVW back in to the spot light for no apparent reason. I highly doubt Ray Appleton is RVW's spokesperson by any stretch and any competent reporter would have fact- checked this comment before it went to print as the truth. Unless of course, someone was obsessed with RVW and will print anything ..... Nick has lost alot of credibility with his elementary school stalking of RVW and his cheap papparazzi tactics are a howling failure for the Poodle. Since I would like to think I could believe what he writes, I would say he should do what reputable reporters do- don't be lazy, do a little homework and a little fact checking before it goes to print. It's only fair to your readers who would like to believe what they are reading.
Quick question- wasn't this meeting about Plan Santa Barbara.........?

On Peace Threatens to Break Out in S.B. Growth Wars

Posted on November 25 at 2:08 p.m.

To begin- We totally agree 100% with Georgy and Chainsaw in the previous comments and something must be done to stop this 3 story monster from representing our precious Montecito. It only makes sense that the businesses on Coast Village Road are in favor of this project because they also would like to be a 3 story building some day. This proposed project is way out of proportion for this corner. This building should have to comply with the city ordinance that is in the pipeline right now that states the height limitation as 30' maximum. There is no reason they should get an exception to the rule. The Montecito community needs to have appropriate notification of the intensity of this project now!

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