ODDS & ENDS
••• Biltmore employees are planning a protest march.
••• The route for the Fiesta car parade.
••• Paseo Nuevo seeks pop-ups for empty stores, including the former L’Occitane one.
••• Proposed new five-story, 31,000-square-foot building on W. Anapamu.
••• UCLA Health clinic on Coast Village Road.
••• New Shoreline Drive house in the works.
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The week’s top price adjustments include a million-dollar price jump for midcentury mini-compound; George Washington Smith Tudor, Riviera villas in need of renovation and not, half a historic duplex on E. Canon Perdido, and more.
“Today will be another hot day, but the high pressure sitting over us will begin to move east, lowering temps a degree or two,” says Jack Martin of Action Roofing. “Monday we will start a cool down for the week. Onshore flow returns Tuesday with cooling for all. A new wrinkle in the forecast is a sundowner northeast wind Monday night. If this occurs, the Montecito hills will remain quite warm. The rest of the workweek should be comfortable, with highs at normal or slightly below.” Email [email protected] to receive daily updates.
••• Feedback on the full-block development in the Funk Zone (above).
••• The county discovered 28 more Covid-19 deaths.
••• Four Presidio buildings are getting fixed up.
••• Resident vs. Milpas CVS store.
••• School district and teachers come to an agreement.
••• County probation supervisor allegedly embezzled $600,000.
••• The proposed Montecito Sanitary District building.
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The real estate market continues to be nuts: everything is getting bought. (Can local schools handle so many new students…?) Here are the 11 notable closings of the past week.
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