••• “Santa Barbara County hospitals are preparing to implement ‘crisis care’ as Covid-19 hospitalizations smash records on a daily basis. Crisis care means that people with urgent health care needs outside of Covid-19 may not receive the appropriate care that they could normally expect. […] With a record 172 Covid-19 patients hospitalized as of Tuesday, 75% of hospital beds throughout the county were in use.” —Noozhawk
••• “The Santa Barbara Sustainability Committee—composed of Mayor Cathy Murillo, Mayor Pro Tempore Kristen Sneddon and City Council member Meagan Harmon—are recommending the city make all new residential construction electric,” which would mean no natural gas. —Santa Barbara News-Press
••• “Santa Barbara School Board Says Teachers Will Be Given a Voice on Grade-Change Policy […] District officials propose eliminating Ds and Fs for secondary students to address student inequities that have increased during the Covid-19 pandemic.” —Noozhawk
••• The Montecito Journal has a thorough article about the resident who discovered an electric current running through his house and got caught between Southern California Edison, the Montecito Water District, and Cox Communications.
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