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Posted on May 30 at 7:59 p.m.
Eckerman: It will take an enormous amount of time and effort to establish a new Junior High. (If it can be done. There is a wee state budget problem.) Why not put the same amount of effort into improving Santa Barbara Junior High?
On Montecito Considers Junior High
Posted on May 30 at 3:06 p.m.
I recall years ago a site in Montecito on a map marked "Future Junior High." It is now houses. Where would this Junior High go? There isn't a lot of vacant land available.
Wait, eminent domain the Miramar!
Posted on May 26 at 2:54 p.m.
Was Davis responsible for Hoekstra's "Asian" ad? If so, how does he keep working?
On Inside Politics
Posted on September 16 at 3:37 p.m.
Does not the County have a Special Events policy? If something or somebody requests a road closure there should be some sort of permitting policy, including cost recovery for cost incurred.
On Sheriff's Department on How It Handled Kardashian Wedding
Posted on July 20 at 10:06 a.m.
What is amazing in the above two responses is the complete failure to communicate. Not once did Mr. Baruch mention "tax rates" He said "tax breaks" Those are two different things.
Every businessman I have talked to has said he does not hire based on a tax break, he hires on the demand for his product.
On Alices in a Trickle-Down Wonderland
Posted on August 2 at 8:58 a.m.
Max: What the heck does this have to do with Obama? Bill was introduced by a Dem. in Mass, in response to the request of 40 state AG's. Now, why the states want more power, and a hodge-podge of regulation I don't know, but it has nothing to do with the President of the United States. Besides, if everything goes true to form, it will die in the Senate, lacking 60 votes to begin debate.
On Stopping the Direct-to-Consumer Flow?
Posted on March 19 at 2:40 p.m.
Rail, as proposed is not going to make a difference. First, Amtrak, except in the Northeast Corridor, does not provide commuter rail. "Retiming" for Santa Barbara is out. And if we retime for Santa Barbara, we "untime" for some other community.
The simple fact is 101 is a major North-South connector that needs three lanes from the Ventura County line to past Goleta. Should have been done years ago. If commuters are the problem, why does 101 back up every weekend?
And we need rail. But Metrolink is the answer, not Amtrak. And it will take forever, because the UP railroad has no interest in helping.
On The Third Lane Is a Train
Posted on September 3 at 9:56 a.m.
You totally neglected the expense side of the of running a practice. Office lease, equipment lease, staff of at least three; nurse, receptionist, billing clerk, professional insurance, medical insurance for staff, professional fees, business taxes and perhaps even repayment of medical school loans. And I am skipping a few expenses, I'm sure.
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