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Posted on November 1 at 6:35 p.m.
The root cause is not unmarried parenting. The root cause is too many men's view of women as personal possessions rather than as independent human beings.
On Murder Suspect Appears in Court
Posted on November 1 at 6:17 p.m.
Can't wait to see the plans! Congratulations H&R. The renovation can't come soon enough.
On Coast Village Plaza Sells for $13 Million
Posted on September 16 at 10:12 p.m.
The City got off easy. Tudor is a brute and should be fired before he kills someone.
On City Settles Excessive Force Cases for $170,000
Posted on July 16 at 6:05 a.m.
We don't have enough water to take long showers, and these guys want to use our aquifer for hydraulic fracturing? Oh, and then there is the small matter of increased earthquake activity. I like cheap energy as much as anyone else, but this is insane.
On Extraction Faction
Posted on July 15 at 11:02 p.m.
Something about this doesn't pass the smell test. What is the Navy hiding?
On San Miguel Island Closure Irks Officials
Posted on July 10 at 9:47 a.m.
Let's mandate gray water systems and rain catching cisterns for all new construction and major remodels. Even if we get rain this winter, much of California is arid, and we need to accept that.
On Santa Barbara Paying More for Less Water
Posted on July 9 at 10:47 a.m.
Go to the harbor on Saturday mornings, buy directly from the fishermen, get the freshest fish and shellfish, whole, and you won't need any government bureaucrats inspecting your plate.
On The Bait and Switch of Seafood Fraud
Posted on June 30 at 4:29 p.m.
Solstice parade got old and boring a long time ago.
On Boo, Solstice
Posted on June 26 at 1:51 p.m.
Andrewbaker they don't grow rice in the San Joaquin Valley. They grow rice in the flood plain of the Sacramento River Delta. They grow cotton, almonds, pistachios, citrus, stone fruit, grapes, and some vegetables in San Joaquin Valley.
On City Customers Not Saving Water During Drought
Posted on June 24 at 5:50 a.m.
How about mandating that all new construction and major remodels in California include a cistern to collect rainwater runoff from the roof, a grey water system, and solar panels? After all, if the State can impose indoor sprinkler systems of dubious usefulness for all new structures, why not mandate something that would actually help?Time to stop hand-wringing and come up with solutions. Das Williams, are you listening?
On Appeals Pour In, but Montecito Has No Water to Spare