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Posted on November 22 at 9:30 a.m.
Beautiful sentiments for a beautiful life. Thank you, Marjorie, for sharing, and thank you, David, for being. Santa Barbara will most certainly miss you.
On David P. Wass, 1928-2010
Posted on November 19 at 9:23 a.m.
The Coastal Commission simply follows a mandate spelled out by the 1972 state-wide voter initiative that was its genesis (and which was reinforced by legislation in Sacramento in 1976). It's a matter of the people getting exactly what they asked for (and a GOOD thing, in my book!). Kudos to the responsible landowners and agriculturalists on Gaviota (keep up the GOOD work!), but it's rather naive to think that Coastal Act protections have nothing to do with how SBC looks and feels today....
On Coastal Commission Pushes Back
Posted on September 16 at 10:41 a.m.
Thanks for shining a light on this, Nick. SBCAG needs to get its act together in a big way. Show some leadership! FYI, the Community Environmental Council is a great resource for folks interested in local implementation of SB 375.
On Tail Wagging the Dog Catcher
Posted on August 31 at 10:10 a.m.
Great article, Sarah!
On Feathering Their Nests
Posted on July 1 at 1:12 p.m.
wow. fearbeneath.com? just ... wow. talk about paranoia & panic-mongering....
On Shark Tales
Posted on July 1 at 1:02 p.m.
three cheers for MPAs!!!
On Endangered Wisdom
Posted on July 1 at 12:55 p.m.
the 2009 building height initiative was Measure B, not Measure J.
On Peace Threatens to Break Out in S.B. Growth Wars
Posted on June 24 at 11:30 a.m.
apparently, the "applicant" has already withdrawn this project from CBAR's consideration. the July 9 hearing is off.
On Naples Developer on Road to Building
Posted on June 8 at 10:35 a.m.
looks cool - congrats, Jim!
On Digital Comics with Dusty Characters
Posted on March 29 at 8:24 a.m.
"In essence, the otter relies on man to control its numbers; this prevents the otter from wiping out its own food sources."
those crazy, fat little otters! thank goodness we are here to save them from themselves.
On Otter Ho!
Revealing the direct connection between the history of U.S. intervention ... Read More
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