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Posted on November 30 at 7:10 p.m.
I am really surprised it took this long in SB.
We should set the example of religious freedom and diversity despite what happens in other countries.
On Goleta Mosque Closer to Reality
Posted on October 5 at 1:39 p.m.
Could the steam be generated by solar during the daytime?
Would some of the sludge be used at the santa Maria asphalt plant?
On 110 New Oil Wells On the Way?
Posted on October 5 at 1:12 p.m.
I really hope they are okay!
Poor kid. He's going to hear the story for the next 60 years how his dad saved him.
On Car Crashes Into Gazebo, Traps Young Child
Posted on October 5 at 6:29 a.m.
when I attended Adams a zillion years ago, I knew two kids that wore diapers. we 'all' teased them until the school counseled the various classes. The worst kids paid a special visit to Mr Peters and his paddle. problem solved.
most kids today are much more sensitive and aware of disabilities. but alas bullying by a few has always been an issue in schools. It does seem nowadays that schools are hamstrung by a decrease in parental responsibility and maturity and school limitations to tackle discipline issues
On Parent Files Lawsuit over School Bullying
Posted on September 28 at 3:03 p.m.
I remember when SB had more registered bikes than residents.
Any bike master plan will need to address electric and motorized bikes
On Bike Commute Numbers Spike
Posted on September 28 at 2:52 p.m.
I hope the pilot used the proper hand signal to turn off 101
On Plane Makes Emergency Landing On Highway 101
Posted on July 18 at 2:37 a.m.
Restoring the kelp beds, which were mostly damaged by untreated sewage, is the best long term solution for minimizing shoreline damage.
On Which Way for Goleta Beach?
Posted on July 11 at 6:10 p.m.
This will hurt the ranchers who were seeking an additional revenue stream needed to keep the suburbs and ranchettes from further destroying SB.
Also Acciona Energy is based in Madrid and the Spanish economy has really been hurting. They probably had to cut their losses and focus on projects with less resistance.
As for solar farms, my opinion is that the state should lease out the California aqueduct right of way for a up to 700 mile long solar farm. Including putting concrete lids over the aqueduct channels to reduce evaporation. The lease revenue should go straight to the state's debt load (wishful thinking)
On Plug Pulled on Wind Farm
Posted on July 4 at 11:45 p.m.
This is an excellent use of BAE 146 aircraft. These suckers were built for steep descents into small airports in the middle of cities that had a lot of noise ordinances. While not a huge commercial success because of four engines, they appear to be great aircraft to convert into firefighters.
The existing inventory of planes is very old and much smaller after many aircraft were parked after wings fell off of two very old aircraft. (Which also caused the Navy and USAF to rebuild the wings of their C-130 and P-3 aircraft)
On Firefighters Gain Ground on White Fire
Posted on July 4 at 11:14 p.m.
It appears to me that these skaters must be being doing okay in school and absorbing their history lessons. Especially the parts about American's responsibilities associated with civil disobedience.
P.S. Way, way back back in 1975, SMHS shut down a day early because, after yearbooks didn't arrive, the campus broke out into a HUGE water balloon fight on a very hot June day. As everyone rushed to the parking lots, there were smiling sheriffs leaning against their cars with their red lights on just waiting for someone to race out into the street.
On City Beats Strategic Retreat in Struggle over Skater's Point