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Posted on August 3 at 6:56 a.m.
Is this going to be a worker's comp claim? If so, it will raise the city's rates for years to come. Worth it? I don't think so.
On Councilmember Frank Hotchkiss Injured in Fall From Horse
Posted on March 13 at 9:05 a.m.
So, some subsidized permit holders have been getting the full value of their permits by storing cars in the Harbor lot indefinitely. Why not? For less than 20 cents per day, they have a patrolled, well-lit parking lot at their disposal.
Nobody else who works or recreates in Santa Barbara has subsided public parking. I go to a yoga studio downtown. I park my car on the street and I move it within 75 minutes so I don’t get a ticket; or I can park in a City lot and after the first free 75 minutes, I pay $1.50 per hour. I would never expect someone else to cover my parking costs so I’m unsure why the citizens of Santa Barbara need to underwrite the boating community.
City of Santa Barbara parking permit holders (City lots # 2-12) have to abide by the 72 hour maximum. Slipholders are the only ones in the city who do not have to follow this rule.
On Fix for Harbor Parking Woes?
Posted on February 5 at 10:48 a.m.
I am an "average citizen" who is in favor on bulb-out, roundabouts, stop signs and crosswalks. All these "witless additions" are tools meant to remind drivers to slow down and share the road with others. When respected, they are a pedestrian's friend and help keep vehicle traffic moving. The screaming heads (and council members) who are against these traffic devices drown out most conversations about how to reasonably make our streets safer. My guess is that these vocal people are the same ones who honk when I come to a full and complete stop at a stop sign or when a pedestrian is crossing in front of me. Sign me,Average Jane Doe
On Curb Extensions Whacko
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