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NLRB Maintains Union Elections

On 12/14, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) upheld its original certification of the union election at the Santa Barbara News-Press.

Goleta Seeks Bike Route Money

Goleta seeks a $259,000 state bicycle transportation grant for various bicycle-related traffic improvements.

LaVoie Denied Next Term

Bill LaVoie, a longtime veteran of Santa Barbara’s Historic Landmarks Commission, was denied another term because he failed to show up for his application interview with the City Council.

SB Targeted for Anti-Meth Campaign

Santa Barbara may be posh, but it is also one of three jurisdictions in the state to be chosen for a federally funded anti-meth media campaign on radio and TV.

Rojas Retires

Richard Rojas, 51, announced his retirement this week.


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