The Cabrillo Pavilion Has Been Pushed Back at Least Four Months

••• The Cabrillo Pavilion on East Beach was supposed to open for events this month, but a city rep says that won’t happen until April at the earliest.

••• The oceanfront house at 5 Santa Cruz Boulevard (profiled here), two doors down from Thousand Steps Beach, sold for $3.2 million. It was listed for $3.3 million.

••• And author Rhonda Byrne (The Secret) sold her mansion at 900 Hot Springs, profiled here, for $14 million. It was first listed in 2014 for $23.5 million.

••• Caltrans says it’s about to finish work on the Toro Creek Bridge on Route 192, but in order to do so, the bridge will be closed weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. for the next two weeks.

••• Also from Caltrans: “Caltrans plans to build a Class I Bike Path near southbound US 101 between Estero Street in Carpinteria and Sand Point Road in the County of Santa Barbara. Caltrans District 5 will accept public comments on the proposed changes to the U.S. Highway 101 Santa Claus Lane Bicycle Path Project […] until January 6. The public may review this Initial Study with a Proposed Mitigated Negative Declaration at the following locations: Carpinteria City Library at 5141 Carpinteria Ave.; Santa Barbara County Association of Governments Office at 260 N. San Antonio Road in Santa Barbara; Caltrans District 5 Midway Office at 2885 South Higuera St. in San Luis Obispo. The initial study can also be reviewed online. Public comments or a request for a public hearing can be emailed to Environmental Branch Chief Jason Wilkinson at  [email protected] or sent by U.S. mail to Jason Wilkinson, Caltrans District 5, 50 Higuera Street, San Luis Obispo, CA. 93401 by January 6.” This is one of many changes planned for Santa Claus Lane.

••• In other bike lane news, the agenda for the December 9 meeting of the city’s Board of Architectural Review includes this: “Proposal for bicycle centered improvements to the right of way of Alisos Street from Canon Perdido to Cacique Street. The project creates a new traffic-calmed, low stress bike boulevard through the neighborhood along Alisos Street, which parallels the Eastside’s main commercial corridor along Milpas Street [….] The new bike boulevard connects to the Haley and Cota Streets On-Street/Class II Bike Lanes, and to Santa Barbara Junior High, Santa Barbara High School, and to the Downtown core. Also included in the project are sidewalk infill sections, curb ramps, and enhanced school crosswalks to Santa Barbara Junior High and Santa Barbara High School.”