The Target Store in Goleta Will Open on October 20

••• The Target store at 6865 Hollister Ave. in Goleta is opening October 20. (Is all that gray space at the bottom of the rendering meant to be the parking lot?) —Noozhawk

••• “Roundabout projects for two Montecito intersections got approved funding for more planning and environmental review Thursday. The Santa Barbara County Association of Governments Board of Directors approved an agreement between its staff, the county and city of Santa Barbara to use $708,400 on design and coastal permitting work for the projects. Roundabouts are planned at the Coast Village Road/Olive Mill Road/North Jameson Lane intersection and San Ysidro Road and North Jameson Lane intersections as mitigation projects to the Highway 101 widening project.” —Noozhawk

••• “Santa Barbara landlord and developer Ed St. George […] notified the Santa Barbara City Council that he intends to build 41 units of low-income senior rental housing on two properties he recently acquired on the 1500 block of Garden Street and challenged City Hall not to throw any roadblocks that would impede his right to develop in ‘a timely and reasonable manner.'” And he “vowed he would seek no special modifications or variances when it came to height, setbacks, or parking.” —Independent

••• “Assemblywoman Monique Limón, D-Santa Barbara, formally announced on Saturday that she plans to run for the state Senate” against “state Sen. Hannah-Beth Jackson, D-Santa Barbara, who is barred by term limits from seeking re-election next year.” —Noozhawk

••• “The owner of a single-family house at 1108 Olive St. in Santa Barbara wants to build two duplexes in its place. The proposed project has been appealed [by neighbors] to the Santa Barbara City Council.” —Noozhawk