Developer, Activists Strategize for Future of Gaviota Coast

Contrary to popular opinion, Matt Osgood is not the boogeyman. Read story.

Thursday, June 26, 2008

Gaviota State Park

I have always found walking along the Gaviota beach to be a wonderful experience and I try to do it at least 3-or-4 times a year, usually in the winter months when it is much less crowded. West of the pier the coastline is rocky and you won't be able to get too far, but what you will discover as you walk to the east easily makes up for this. Read story.

Monday, November 26, 2007

Saving the Gaviota Coast Piece by Piece

With the Naples project looming, Goleta Grapevine looks at coastal conservation efforts. Read story.

Thursday, November 15, 2007

More Review for Gaviota Mega-House

Tentative plans to put a luxury home longer than a football field on top of a ridge at the southern gateway to the Gaviota Coast came to a grinding-though perhaps temporary-halt this week. For nearly three hours on Tuesday, June 19, Santa Barbara County supervisors struggled to make sense of an occasionally heated three-way version of "he said/she said" among their own staff, the advocates of the 13,333-square-foot Ballantyne home, and those opposed to the construction of the massive single-family home. Read story.

Thursday, June 21, 2007

Gaviota Goes to County Supes

On Tuesday, November 7, the county will decide whether to sell off part of the Gaviota Coast's Baron Ranch in order to make room for public access. Here's the lowdown on that deal. Read story.

Monday, November 6, 2006
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