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Posted on November 25 at 3:10 p.m.
Thanks for your coverage of this, Matt!
On Montecito Bank & Trust Doles Out $1 Million
Posted on October 24 at 1:56 p.m.
Capps isn't going anywhere.
On In the 24th, who are you voting for?
Posted on October 2 at 11:20 a.m.
There is no fracking California or Santa Barbara?
"Fracking has been documented in 10 California counties — Colusa, Glenn, Kern, Los Angeles, Monterey, Sacramento, Santa Barbara, Sutter, Kings and Ventura. Oil companies have also fracked offshore wells hundreds of times in the ocean near California’s coast, from Seal Beach to the Santa Barbara Channel.
In Kern County, California’s major oil-producing county, 50 percent to 60 percent of new oil wells are fracked, according to estimates by Halliburton. And fracking may have been done elsewhere in California, since state officials haven’t monitored or tracked the practice until recently.
According to this government website: http://www.conservation.ca.gov/dog/ge... fracking has been used in CA for 30 years...
On Mail in voting begins October 6. What say you on Measure P?
Posted on September 27 at 1:15 p.m.
I don't care if there is or isn't currently any fracking (which by the way we don't know because reporting regulations are so lax). I want it banned here.
On Robert Redford Endorses Measure P
Posted on September 26 at 11:45 a.m.
Carrillo and Chapala beats all of these by leaps and bounds for both pedestrians and vehicles.
On Which intersection has become intolerable?
Posted on September 18 at 10:36 a.m.
Wow Jarvis! "Entitled," Says the pot.
Lars - why shouldn't I be able to live in the community that I work and invest in?
If the middle class matters so little then who is going to keep the fat wallets fat? I hope you enjoy your goose because it is laying it's last golden egg.
On The High Price of Renting in Paradise
Posted on September 17 at 4:24 p.m.
President Barack Obama visited during the primaries in 2007 as well.
On Theodore Roosevelt Visits Santa Barbara
Posted on September 16 at 11:33 a.m.
I think I've posted this every time this comes up: http://archive.audubonmagazine.org/in...
On Trees Being Cut Down at UCSB
Posted on August 28 at 11:17 a.m.
Kidding is right on this one - what little chance the county had to have any influence what the tribe wants to do got thrown out the window when they rejected the g-to-g agreement.
On Chumash Expansion Ignites Valley Fever
Posted on August 25 at 6:37 p.m.
Safety is obviously important, but I also think the city needs to address our obtuse and confounding permitting system. I know this because I have been through it - "the parking lot you purchased isn't large enough for the building that it came with....You can't expand your parking lot without taking down those trees...you can't take those trees down without approval...you can't have a new parking lot without adding an ADA compliant garbage enclosure...adding that ADA compliant garbage enclosure will reduce the amount of parking you have and now you don't have enough parking for the lot that came with your building...that garbage enclosure direction won't work...sorry, permit to operate your business denied and here's your fine...
Maybe if the system were easier to navigate so many property owners wouldn't try to get around it...
Oh yeah and realitycheck - this is one of those "SB lefty dems" speaking that you seem to know so much about...
On Funk Zone Funny Business Leads to Evictions