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Posted on February 4 at 7:08 a.m.

ya RIIGGGHHTT Amerikaner (and new Bixby Ranch owners) - we believe you.......(notttt)!

On The Bixby Mystery

Posted on December 3 at 9:06 a.m.

If Robert had the disease of alcoholism, which would make him more succeptible to hypothermia, then he should have had priority for admission to a warm shelter or hospital. This is a very sad occasion. This entire problem is out of control and needs to be addressed. What is going to happen when people on unemployment get their benefits cut?

On Homeless Man Freezes to Death

Posted on November 21 at 9:29 a.m.

B'Bye...times forgot, Nancy left too - Congratulations, SBBG we got rid of the problems. Now let's see what happens next - Please, lets keep it real, and down to EARTH!

On Fife Symington Leaves Botanic Garden

Posted on November 12 at 7:41 a.m.

wow! You guys really let your emotions out of the bottle today - I bet you feel better now - Cured?

On Holistic Allergist Promotes Tolerance

Posted on October 30 at 7:31 a.m.

Thank you, Clean Seas! It is so very important to have you always ready to move in for quick action. Stay vigilant... (However, if you work for Clean Seas and you smoke, please do not throw your butts into the ocean)

On Barge Spills Crude Off Coal Oil Point

Posted on October 6 at 10:11 a.m.

Thank you Goleta43 and David for helping to focus attention back onto the big picture. Once Mission Creek and other urban creeks undergo habitat restoration, it may be possible to re-introduce and protect other species that are endangered, or are species of concern. The T&E status of a few species (such as tidewater gobies and steelhead) can help to prevent other species (such as southwestern, or southern pacific pond turtles and coast range newts) from getting onto that list in the first place. These habitat restorations efforts promoted by the EDC are very important to protect the diversity and health of various estuarine systems along our coast. For examples of estuaries that have been saved and improved by ongoing habitat restoration activities locally, we have Carpinteria Salt Marsh, Arroyo Hondo, Coal Oil Point and Devereux Slough to refer to. Let's follow suit and extend these programs to address the serious problems of pollution and environmental degredation that plague our urban creeks!

On Tidewater Goby’s Gift to the Habitat

Posted on September 4 at 10:03 a.m.

Well, Hallelujia!!!

On Nancy Johnson Leaves Botanic Garden

Posted on July 5 at 7:27 p.m.

AZ2SB - here's a newsflash for you - people from Mexico are Americans.

On City College Student Arrested for Drug Trafficking

Posted on June 24 at 6:51 a.m.

Kudos to Darlene Chirman as well, whose tireless dedication, hard work and tenacity has helped to propel this project into becoming a reality!

On An Aviary to the Max

Posted on June 4 at 8:02 a.m.

Nice guitar, nice guy, great musician, beautiful ocean - what's wrong with this picture? All of the vegetation shown is non-native and VERY invasive. If this photo really was taken in Kenny Sultan's back yard, he may want to consult with a green gardener or landscaping company to explore solutions to this environmental situation which should be remedied.

On Kenny Sultan

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