August 16, 2022
How Does the City Decide to Mark Bike Lanes?
"We've traveled around California a lot over the last four decades and noticed that many cities have adopted green pavement markings for bike lanes and shared lanes. But Santa Barbara hasn't followed suit. Cabrillo Boulevard, in particular, has become very dangerous for cyclists." —N.
August 2, 2022
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April 13, 2022
Can Anything Be Done About Pacaso Owners Who Like to Party?
"We found out the hard way that a house near us is part of the vacation-ownership site Pacaso. We're wondering if this business model is legal in our area, because our new one-eighth-share neighbors are partying it up when they're in town." —M. 14
April 8, 2022
March 30, 2022
March 9, 2022
March 1, 2022
Is the Music Academy of the West Adding Pedestrian Gates?
"I was walking my dog when I saw a couple of guys working at the Music Academy of the West. They said they were measuring in preparation for the installation of pedestrian gates. Does that mean the public will no longer be allowed on the campus?" —J.
February 21, 2022
Is the County Really Taking Private Property for Trailhead Parking?
"Have you heard anything about 61 parking spaces being added along E. Mountain Drive near the Hot Springs trailhead? The county told a new resident that it's using eminent domain and cutting into people's properties." —J. 5
February 7, 2022