January 10, 2023
Tag: Heal the Ocean
Extraordinary Rainfall Wreaks Havoc on Santa Barbara
Other recent news: Bicycle Bob's is closing after nearly 40 years; the Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara is coming back to life; oil spotted off Summerland; Santa Barbara County is using cloud seeding to produce rain; a former mayoral candidate's rug trouble; Cuyama Valley airstrip is open again; how to volunteer for beach clean-up. 10
August 11, 2022
The City Has Called a Meeting About Coast Village Road’s Parklets
Other recent news: Why Aloha Fun Center is delayed another month or two; new start dates for Olive Mill and San Ysidro roundabouts; progress for the West Beach hotel project; could oil rigs be turned into artificial reefs?; 34 trees to be removed for Modoc Road bike path; Heal the Ocean's Hillary Hauser has a new memoir; school board member won't seek reelection; the recent buyer of a prominent Hot Springs house; public comment sought about Los Padres forest thinning.
December 14, 2021
Is Something Big Brewing at La Cumbre Plaza?
Other recent news: Record-breaking rainfall in Santa Barbara County; an updated storm impact consideration map was released; statewide indoor mask mandate; Santa Barbara moves toward regulating sidewalk vendors; work completed on a Summerland Beach oil well; decommissioning of Platform Holly has restarted. 5
February 1, 2021
Two More Summerland Beach Wells Will Get Capped
Other recent news: Update on the effort to stop development next to the San Marcos Foothills Preserve; James Joyce III joins the mayoral race; Peanuts Maternity & Kids shop is closing; commercial eviction moratorium extended; adapting Goleta Beach Park to rising sea levels; new thrift store in Goleta.
October 24, 2019
September 1, 2019
The Interminable Renovation of the Santa Barbara Museum of Art
In other recent news: An update on flood-control projects in Montecito; Goleta to get a new 132-room hotel; Heal the Ocean's program to recycle Styrofoam; the Old Firehouse building in Montecito changed hands; tiny libraries on State Street.