The first phase of bike sharing in Santa Barbara calls for 500 docks to be installed along the downtown State Street corridor and on the waterfront. Here’s how they’ll look and where they’ll likely be.
The real-estate market is haywire, with some prices going up and others going down. The week’s top adjustments include a Hedgerow compound now asking $2.55 million more; sweet retreat above Summerland; Tuscan villa in Toro Canyon; stylishly renovated hacienda; weekend retreat walkable to Butterfly Beach; and more.
••• County may punish businesses flouting Covid-19 rules.
••• Grenade found in garage got blown up in Pershing Park.
••• Where Montecito’s name comes from.
••• More on the Randall Road Debris Basin.
••• Cottage Hospital seeks Covid-19 plasma donors.
••• Q&As with school-board candidates Brian Campbell and Elrawd MacLearn.
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“Temps will remain above normal though the week,” says Jack Martin of Action Roofing. “Highs will increase as we approach midweek. Expect some fog along the coast the next few days, but the muggy weather will fade on Tuesday, bringing us dryer weather.” Email [email protected] to receive daily updates.
ODDS & ENDS
••• The Biltmore now says it’s closed for an “extensive renovation.”
••• New home design gallery in Carpinteria (above).
••• State Street survey results.
••• Appeal of a cannabis farm on the western edge of Carp.
••• Debris basin update.
••• City seeks members for City Advisory Groups.
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Real estate inventory new and old continues to get snapped up—often before any reductions are necessary. Here are the nine notable closings from the past week, including another auction that fizzled.
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