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Posted on May 30 at 9:47 a.m.
Next time head to the area west of Paso Robles, e.g., Vineyard Road, Adelaida Road, and Peachy Canyon. Don't miss Minassian-Young on Peachy Canyon, one of the best wineries in the area!
On Sips of S.L.O.
Posted on May 22 at 10:02 a.m.
for some reason the last part was cut off in the previsous comment; the last part of the URL should read /museum_overlandtrail.php
On The Central Coast Flyer
Posted on May 22 at 9:59 a.m.
Posted on May 21 at 4:03 p.m.
Not only did the Goleta Cityhood group gerrymander the city boundaries to pick up all the tax revenue generating commercial areas, they also cherry-picked the residential neighborhoods to only include the census tracts that had supported cityhood in the past, and exclude areas like IV and Goleta Beach that would be a drain on their financial revenue.
On Goleta Councilmembers Ramp Up Anti-RNA Effort
Posted on May 15 at 9:22 a.m.
I only ask that the car drivers OBEY the traffic laws. Everyone is put at risk when car drivers put themselves above the law and run stop signs and red lights because they don't want to be inconvenienced.. I see so much arrogance from car drivers and a total disregard for the safety of others.
On Bikes Belong in Santa Barbara
Posted on May 2 at 10:50 a.m.
The investments earn income and decrease the amount of tax dollars paid by all of us that the Sate has to budget to support the UC system. Selling off the investments would eliminate this source of revenue.
On Student Senate Continues Discourse on UC Investments
Posted on April 30 at 2:16 p.m.
Uh, agriculture is failing in the Cuyama Valley because of the lack of water and the expense of pumping groundwater to the surface.
On Harvard Buying Santa Barbara Vineyard Land
Posted on April 17 at 1:57 p.m.
"Concessions" consisted of loss of salary through mandatory, unpaid furloughs, giving up raises that had already been agreed to in multi-year contracts, and laying off workers. Real money, not the situation foofighter posits.
On Wolf Collects Another $20,000 From Labor Union
Posted on April 17 at 9:51 a.m.
JohnLocke has hit the nail on the head. Goleta has always tried to make Venoco go away, so they shouldn't act too surprised that when they speak out of both sides of their mouth that Venoco will recognize the bs and withdraw their offer. The Goleta City Council acts, and has for a long time, like a bunch of bozos.
My prediction is that State Lands will approve Venoco's application and will do what it needs to do to move the oil, and Goleta will be left on the sidelines, fuming like a petulant child.
On Goleta Opposing Venoco, Scraps Deal
Posted on April 16 at 9:54 a.m.
Lorna, Rocket, being a dog, which have pack sensibilities, sees you as the Alpha of the household, and sees himself as the second in command. Now, with the introduction of a new male into the mix, Rocket feels that his position is being threatened, and is trying to protect his status. Jim needs to establish his position as the new Beta, or Alpha, in a manner that Rocket will feel comfortable with. EastBeach is actually not that far off the mark as food is a powerful motivator. If Jim starts regularly feeding Rocket at mealtime that will establish Jim in the provider role that Rocket will respond to.
On Dear Stormy: Rocket Worries About New Boyfriend