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Posted on October 15 at 10:02 a.m.

Well if they can shut down public beaches for months out of the fear for the crappy snowy plover at least they could figure something out other than flushing 3 million gallons a day. Perhaps they could enlist the help of some of UCSB's brilliant minds and come up with a solution. A Fish ladder type pond recirculating thingee ma bobber. Get outside the box and do your job people. Good lawsuit!

On Shooting Fish in a Barrel

Posted on October 8 at 3:41 p.m.

The State Bar... hmmm now there is a crock of $%@#. Is this a place one can go get a cocktail? Because they sure won't be reprimanding one of their own anytime soon, especially a DA. Lets see now when a private citizen puts in a complaint on an attorney with the state bar, (who won't even acknowledge the complaint exists and evidently it isn't public record) how many people really think anything will come of this? This sort of reminds me of how there is no real monitoring of the COPS, other than other COPs here in SB. If one gets caught for an extreme crime of moral turpitude (did I use that right?), they may get a slap on the wrists, but I have yet to see the Bar grow a set of teeth or a pair.

On Prosecutor Faces State Bar Complaint

Posted on October 7 at 10:22 a.m.

So I was driving in this morning looking at the cars stopped on the other side of the free way and thought to myself: Maybe Scheidier and her Montecito buddies think they are doing us all a favor and saving us from gridlock in SB proper? Brilliant!

On Freeway Widening All Jammed Up

Posted on October 6 at 12:16 p.m.

I cannot believe that travel restrictions have not been imposed. Totally irresponsible.

On Ebola Protocols Established in S.B.

Posted on October 3 at 1:09 p.m.

nah, no need for a gang injunction with these winners wandering your streets......

On Four Arrested in Mexican Mafia Extortion Plot

Posted on October 2 at 12:03 p.m.

byron-no I think there are a couple issues: The Cito rats are butthurt that Cal Trans told them to pack sand regarding the left hand exits, and the city and some other special interest groups think the peripheral traffic in the city, and the on and off ramps will get overly congested after the widening. Seems the city is riding the coat tails on this law suit and holding the project hostage so to speak unless the state coughs up money for infrastructure improvements locally due to these forecasted impacts. I think these impacts are far fetched, Montecito special interest groups can pack sand, and Schneider just submarined her political career. Just build it! It is ironic that none of the people voting on this have to deal with the commute.

On Freeway Widening All Jammed Up

Posted on October 1 at 12:25 p.m.

Ok the procedure is wrong. :)

On Hunt for Bear Called Off

Posted on October 1 at 12:24 p.m.

I think they look at kids in college and know they(actually their parents) will cough up the revenue. Yes DUI is a horrible thing, but if you really want to curb it, try throwing a few check points our near some of our upscale hotels that have big events where the booze is flowing, or near some of our more affluent neighborhoods that have REALLY big parties. Nahh, that would cut way back on the donations to the Sheriff/Police foundation fund thing right? I wonder who decides where these checkpoints will be and the logic for the geographic location? The world we live in.

On UCSB Police Nab 10 at DUI Checkpoint

Posted on October 1 at 10 a.m.

Good, I would love to see this go to trial.

On Accused Scammer Gets Cold Feet

Posted on October 1 at 9:59 a.m.

Ms. Miles sounds like she has a great sense of humor. I say leave the bear alone, geeze why euthanize the thing? It probably thought the dog was lunch, and got scared when it saw Ms. Miles so went in the meanie defense mode. Good comment Eckerman and others. Ironic how we invade these creatures turf when they are dealing with a drought too and then we have to euthanize them. Knee jerk reaction.

On Hunt for Bear Called Off

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