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Posted on February 6 at 7:29 a.m.
Our very own Hannah Beth Jackson and Das Williams lead the pack for advocating nanny bills and new taxes. Enough!
On Nanny State
Posted on January 30 at 7:10 a.m.
"...Countywide, the vaccination rate crept up from 2.9 percent...". Isn't this the non-vaccination rate?
On Measles in Santa Barbara a False Alarm
Posted on January 26 at 7:27 a.m.
Do owners that are a married couple qualify if only one of them is over 65? Instructions are a little vague . . .
On Senior Tax Opt-Out for Measures A and B
Posted on January 17 at 7:50 a.m.
So the letters are smaller than most other cities use and the font is still difficult to read. The usual reason for sign borders (which have been removed on the new signs) is to separate the sign from its background. Poor design choices all around.
On Santa Barbara Gets New Street Signs
Posted on January 1 at 8:16 a.m.
Haggen is also taking over the Vons on Turnpike and on Fairview. Any others in Santa Barbara/Goleta?
On Northwest Chain Taking Over Three Albertsons
Posted on December 18 at 6:54 a.m.
Helene, would you like some cheese with your whine? The rest of us are tired of the congestion on the 101, especially those of us that drive through, not in to, Santa Barbara on the 101. We want it widened now - period. Santa Barbara can deal with the issue of the 101 delivering "too much" traffic whenever it likes, but not at the expense of the rest of the state.
On Highway Project Promises to Ruin City Traffic
Posted on December 12 at 7:05 a.m.
Let's see: a $100,000 annual shortfall divided by 40 diehard golfers is $2,500 a year. Time to pay up for your "membership" to keep this going.
On Drawing a Line in the Sand Trap
Posted on December 6 at 7:28 a.m.
Maybe Das should move to Isla Vista?
On LAFCO Gets Some Laughs and Looks at Isla Vista
Posted on November 26 at 6:55 a.m.
If Kugler's statement is correct, SBCC's trustees and faculty still do not get it. Methinks it's time for some new trustees as this group repeatedly thumbs its nose at our community. Kudos to Friedlander, tho.
On Quelling the 'Thursday Night Effect'
Posted on November 6 at 7:28 a.m.
501c3s are not allowed to contribute to political campaigns, including referendums/measures, according to IRS rules that I recently read while researching another matter. Perhaps the Independent should research if they will lose their non-profit exemption? The fun is just beginning . . .
On FPPC Issues Warning to 'Yes on S'