October 19, 2020
Tag: Salud Carbajal
UCSB Fraternity and Sorority Report Covid-19 Clusters
Other recent news: Halloween store not opening this year; congressional candidates debated; Santa Barbara High School's $39 million stadium is nearly done; Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics on the verge of expansion; Ventura County to vote on cannabis production.
October 8, 2020
Santa Barbara Weighs More Affordable Housing for New Developments
Other recent news: Congressperson Salud Carbajal contracted Covid-19, likely from a senator who attended the infamous White House event; Cameron Ely's shooting declared a justifiable homicide despite evidence to the contrary; the state has added a "health equity metric" for reopening; virus outbreak at Santa Maria nursing facility; Bacara and the Haskell's Beach homeless problem; Santa Ynez Valley cannabis appeal denied; Milpas geyser; candidate Wendy Sims-Moten.
June 26, 2020
Montecito Water District Approves Big Desalination Deal
Plus: Lucky's steakhouse has temporarily closed after an employee tested positive for Covid-19; the Montecito Association burns down the welcome wagon; Westside street closure; deadline extended for comments about Los Padres National Forest tree-cutting.
March 5, 2020
Architects on How to Fix Downtown Santa Barbara
Other recent news: Election results; Cottage Health opening two urgent-care centers here; local virologist on pandemic survival tactics; Funk Zone restaurant complex approved; Craftsman house on W. Valerio; new shop selling seashell art; parking spat turns ugly.
February 25, 2020
Point Mugu Chosen as Possible Coronavirus Quarantine Location
Other recent news: State assembly candidates' debate turns ugly; more donations for Das Williams's reelection; developer sentenced to nine years for fraud; Carbajal hopes to ban new oil and gas drilling; Carbajal's Republican challenger.
February 21, 2020
Das Williams Supported by Cannabis, Casino, and Oil Industries
Other local news: Meg Ryan bought in Montecito; Das Williams agrees to stop attacks on Laura Capps; the Independent's political endorsements; new shops and fitness studios in Paseo Nuevo; Pier 1 Imports in Goleta will close; first steps toward capping Summerland oil wells; more on the Montecito pharmacy raid.