Landmark Montecito House Bought by Tesla’s Head Designer

••• Women’s fashion Dylan Star is moving to 110 Anacapa Street, next to Hazard’s Cyclesport, where it will have room for a new men’s section. The soft opening is September 16. —KEYT

••• The buyer of Richard Neutral’s Tremaine House at 1642 Moore Road is Tesla’s head of design, Franz von Holzhausen. Here’s hoping he shows it off at some point. —Dirt

••• “Cannabis operations brought in more than twice as much tax revenue to Santa Barbara County last quarter as compared to the same time last fiscal year—$5.5 million versus $2.3 million—a surge that was partly attributed to the pandemic stay-at-home mandate in a report to the Board of Supervisors Tuesday. In total, the county received $12.2 million in cannabis tax revenue over the entire 2019-2020 year. Though the county has 118 registered operators, only 50 of those contributed to the $5.5 million in cannabis tax revenue from April 1 to June 30, 2020 [….] There were 43 other operators who reported zero gross receipts and 25 that didn’t report at all.” —Independent

••• “The City of Santa Barbara unveiled a new plaque to remember the 34 people who lost their lives in the Conception boat fire one year ago. […] The ‘Lost at Sea’ memorial plaque was unveiled near Sea Landing.” —Edhat

••• “Exploring Zach Gill’s Manic and Musical Multiverse […] Ponderings with Goleta-based, UCSB-educated rock star, whose latest album drops September 18.” —Independent

••• “The Goleta City Council on Tuesday night voted 5-0 to allow entertainment centers, athletic facilities, faith-based organizations and other business to install larger shade tents. Shade structures must conform to the maximum height and setbacks of the zoning for the area, and businesses must keep ADA parking spaces open and accessible for use.” —Noozhawk

••• From a Los Padres ForestWatch press release on Edhat: “The U.S. Forest Service announced plans to make it easier for companies to drill for oil on national forest lands. The proposed regulations—which would apply to the Los Padres National Forest in Santa Barbara and Ventura counties—would eliminate requirements for public notice, skip important environmental studies, weaken oversight and compliance, and limit forest officials’ ability to deny oil leases on federal land.”

••• Santa Barbara News-Press endorsed Donald Trump for president again. Owner Wendy McCaw’s editorial is a fascinatingly revisionist look at the last four years.