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Posted on August 28 at 11:32 a.m.
It's important to discover where the trucks that distribute water, are getting that water. Our entire State is in drought so its foolhardy to purchase water anywhere to provide green lawns, irrespective of how rich one is.
On Thirsty Montecitans Trucking in Water During Drought
Posted on August 6 at 1:44 p.m.
So where is the "Rukus" exactly?
On Review: <em>Ruckus</em> at The Arts Fund
Posted on July 24 at 7:47 a.m.
Let's have the vote & get it over with for another 20 years and return to productive thinking about water use.
On Mangy Dog or Dog in the Manger?
Posted on July 16 at 7:49 a.m.
What a great article: thanks John
On Sports: Sam Cathcart Turns 90
Posted on July 2 at 4:07 p.m.
Santa Barbara has been blessed with their last 4 Administrators. Running a City isn't for the faint of heart, and Jim Armstrong has done a stellar job of balancing the various interests and guiding the ship without upsetting the tender dynamics of an elected policy-making Council. He surrounded himself with competent department heads, promoted from within, allowed employees to innovate, and appointed women to important jobs. Jim is a great listener, a great leader who can see the world as it is. His salary is commensurate with his responsibilities and a reminder of the time value of money equation.
Hiring Jim was one of the best things our Council ever did, and personally, I'm sorry to see the end of the Armstrong Era. Paul Casey will continue the tradition. DBS
On City Exec Jim Armstrong to Retire
Posted on April 20 at 7:32 p.m.
This election shouldn't be decided by public employee unions
On Wolf, Aceves Square Off During First Candidates' Forum
Posted on April 14 at 8:26 a.m.
Another "D" for Foo's list: Distraction
On Aceves Accuses Wolf of Donation Conflict
Posted on March 21 at 10:52 a.m.
If the Council doesn't listen to business, we're in a world of hurt.
On Cops Take on ‘Urban Travelers’
Posted on March 13 at 9:15 a.m.
Phenomenal article, phenomenal guy. This City is well served.
On The Real McElroy
Posted on February 27 at 3:22 p.m.
One of the more valuable elements of the City Desal plant is its intake, which is well off shore in deep water. Coastal Commission activities have been focused on near-shore and beach intakes which can impact larval life.
On Every Dog Has Its Day