ODDS & ENDS
••• Where Pilates meets high-intensity training (above).
••• Groundbreaking for a 28-unit apartment building across from the farmers’ market.
••• A renovated and rebranded Malibu hotel.
••• The Miramar’s Christmas tree promotion.
••• A new organization called ARTS District Santa Barbara.
••• Clarification about an Equestrian Avenue townhouse.
••• El Rancho Carpintero’s custom hats.
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Noteworthy new listings: A fresh look for one of Montecito’s oldest houses; a five-building Montecito compound with midcentury funk; single-level in Hope Ranch; an attempted flip for $4 million more than the owner paid three months ago; a Toro Canyon lot with permits; nice views on Coronada Circle; and more.
“On W. Carrillo Street at the 101, there’s a standard light pole. In addition to the usual light, it has two orange lights, one red light, and one green light. I thought they might be related to the train tracks, but they appear to be too far away. I’ve Googled this endlessly and cannot figure out what it is. Do you know?” —G. Here’s the answer.
••• Cannabis tax revenue continues to decline.
••• Upgraded security technology coming to the Santa Barbara airport.
••• Montecito YMCA’s new buildings face pushback (above).
••• Laguna Blanca School has accepted more students than it’s allowed to have.
••• The many ways the proposed Munger Hall would affect the campus.
••• Goleta looks at ways to temper the effects of the SB 9 housing bill.
••• A gym has opened the former Sizzler space in Old Town Goleta.
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WHERE IN SANTA BARBARA…?
Congratulations to Michael Cameron for correctly identifying where this was shot. We’ll play again Saturday morning.
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