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Posted on March 21 at 1:53 p.m.
Aside from the obvious conflicts of interest we all know happen every day in Government, I think the lead got buried on this one. The fact that Aurell is implying that a single planner can put a "generally in favor" note in the file representing the entire staff position tells me each and every one of these unelected bureaucrats has too much control over a taxpaying citizens personal property rights.
On The House That Clay Built
Posted on February 8 at 1:19 p.m.
Brace yourself...the edhat whine brigade is coming!
On Cottage Hospital Tests Helipad
Posted on September 29 at 8:51 a.m.
If just a fraction of our homeless coddling or brick bulbout budget was directed to truly dedicated individuals like these, our City would be in a much better shape.
On Primo Boxing: Down but Not Out
Posted on September 23 at 1:24 p.m.
Because cops get results. Social workers are part of the problem.
On ‘Real Change’ Real Dead
Posted on September 23 at 8:35 a.m.
The second sentence says it all. These programs are always created from emotion, not from logic, so there is never any metric by which they are judged successful. Spending other's people's money on becoming the west coast's bum destination spot may make these folks feel good, but it's turning our main product of tourism into a urine soaked failure.
Posted on August 21 at 11:27 a.m.
edhat is where I get all my credible local news. Hey, anyone know what this is? I pulled it out of my shower drain?
On <em>Santa Ynez Valley Journal</em> Accuses DA of Inaction
Posted on July 7 at 9:18 a.m.
Last line says it all..."pink slips" are just union budget negotiating tactics. If the teachers unions cared so much about "beloved" teachers, they would do away with the ridiculous tenure system themselves. Tenure makes sense for a University professor but for a high school teacher reciting a mandated curriculum, it's just another perk that ultimately harms the students.
On Staff Work to Save Beloved Band Director's Job
Posted on December 16 at 6:53 a.m.
Maybe Cam is on to something. It would really help our budget if we just promised we'd pay on the Police pension commitments and then walked away when it came time to pay up.
On Chief Sanchez Sued
Posted on September 16 at 10:17 a.m.
"assured take unrecognizable images of people" reminds me a bit of how the tsa says their naked body scanners can't save images when the specification from the tsa itself requires this function. i'm guessing some kids will have a fun scavenger hunt looking for these things soon...
On Big Brother on the Trails
Santa Barbara Maritime Museum will celebrates its 11th annual benefit. ... Read More
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