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Posted on January 29 at 12:25 p.m.
This injunction is not about gangs, but of gentrification. The real price to be paid will be in the negative effects in the entire inner parts of the city (Westside, Eastside, Lower Westside) in regards to property values. Expect your property to fall in value during the injunction period and insurance rates to go high due to the liability factor. At some point this so-called "gang injunction" will be eliminated after millions have been made from the present property owners that may sell and millions made on the new buyers after prices have been brought back up. Don't get fooled Santa Barbara, THIS IS A SCAM ON A GRAND SCALE.
On Superior Court Judge Updated on Gang Injunction Status
Posted on November 5 at 12:40 p.m.
“We’re trying to reestablish the understanding of the public that this is and always has been an active cemetery.” It would do well for the mission to re-install the hidden plaque that marked the spot where over 4,000 native Americans were buried in a mass grave on the grounds. The marker was removed in the 1970's to avoid any political blow back from a politically active Chicano community back then. Time to put it back.
On The Old Mission's Living Cemetery