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Posted on April 16 at 11:09 a.m.

RE: "The rest of the prices are what one pays for similar stand-alone quality products elsewhere. "

I have not seen any place in town that sells NY Steak for $45/lb
and ONE Alaskan King Crab leg for $35.

On Santa Barbara Public Market Opens

Posted on March 19 at 12:38 p.m.

Well I guess the guy won't be "homeless" anymore since we will be providing him with free room, board, and medical services for a year. Boy, did he get a good deal (on our tab)!

On Homeless Man to be Sentenced for Montecito Motors Fire

Posted on March 6 at 9:09 a.m.

Those supporting BevMo should let the ABR know. The city's staff contact for the ABR is

Jaime Limón, Senior Planner
630 Garden St
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
(805) 564-5507
JLimon@SantaBarbaraCA.gov

On City to Consider BevMo! Project

Posted on March 6 at 8:44 a.m.

SBDUDE right on all points!

We need less vacant stores and more tax income for SB. This is an isolated set of residents (and competing liquor stores) who are only thinking of themselves.

BeVo will bring a larger selection of items and more competition.

On City to Consider BevMo! Project

Posted on March 16 at 10:46 a.m.

Loonpt said: "I welcome them here if we are nicer to them than other cities. I hope our city sets a good example so that other cities will be nice to the homeless, too."

Fine, YOU can welcome them into YOUR home and give them YOUR money, but don't spend my tax dollars to house and feed bums, hobos, transients and vagrants who have had no connection to the SB community.

However, SB residents who have fallen on hard times deserve our help, but not the BHT&Vs who flock to our area because they want to live in a pretty area where the city provides them with a place to sleep for free. The city needs to start differentiating between these 2 groups instead of giving tham all the politically correct label of "homeless".

On Westside Business Owners Discuss Homeless

Posted on June 4 at 8:42 a.m.

Where does it end? Barriers at all potential suicide locations? Should we enclose the top of the court house tower? The bridge over 101 at hwy 154? Look around you today. There are MANY places for suicides to occur.

Cal Trans is just doing this to cover their backsides. They don't care that the fantastic panorama from hwy 154 will be altered and they don't care what it costs. It's not THEIR money.

Pedro Nava's support is a disappointment. I assume it's politically correct for him to support it regardless of it's lack of merit.

Use the millions for this wasteful project somewhere else...

On Friends of the Bridge Continue Their Fight

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