March 30, 2020
Tag: Southern California Edison
The Tunnel Road Trailhead to Inspiration Point Has Reopened
Plus: New boat-share club opening in Ventura; residential real estate was added to the list of "essential services"; vintage Montecito Police Patrol sign for sale; progress on the Carpinteria phase of the 101 widening project; New England–style house sold.
March 20, 2020
February 3, 2020
The City of Santa Barbara Has Enough Water for Two Years
Other local news: Exactly how dangerous is Highway 154?; Jesusita Trail closing for renovations a few days this week; sailboat ran ashore in front of the yacht club; historic non-profit meeting space reopens; Mid-State Fair concert lineup.
January 22, 2020
Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi Bought Another House
Two houses and a condo, actually. Other recent news: Uber is letting drivers at Santa Barbara Airport set their own fares; indoor-cycling studio at the La Cumbre mall; Southern California Edison accused of dumping debris into Mission Creek; Eastside Library reopens.
November 16, 2019
Improvements to California’s Insurance of Last Resort
Other recent news: Private helistop rejected; final election results; has the cannabis industry bought favor with Carp school officials?; power company settles public-entity fire/debris flow claims; San Ysidro roundabout; Funk Zone parking vote; Montecito watershed masterplan; Carp dog park.
November 7, 2019
August 26, 2019
The Revised Debris Flow Risk Map Could Now Come as Late as Mid-November
In other recent news: Restaurateur James Sly has died; Laura Capps will run against Das Williams for county supervisor; Southern California Edison's fire mitigation efforts; Carpinteria moves to acquire the Rincon Bluffs Preserve.