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Santa Barbara County Planning Commission Approves Terracore’s Extension Request for Foxen Pipeline Construction

Santa Barbara County Planning Commission Approves Terracore’s Extension Request for Foxen Pipeline Construction

Terracore will delay the construction of Foxen Pipeline in Cat Canyon, relieving the company of  the requirement to update their Environmental Impact Report. Santa Barbara County, CA — Today, the Planning Commission voted 3-2 to approve  Terracore’s request to extend the construction of the previously approved Foxen Pipeline, exempting the company from updating the pipeline’s […]

CEC Launches Solarize Santa Barbara with Webinar on Solar and Battery Storage

CEC Launches Solarize Santa Barbara with Webinar on Solar and Battery Storage

  CEC Launches Solarize Santa Barbara with Webinar on Solar and Battery Storage South Santa Barbara County homeowners invited to learn more and invest in affordable solar and battery storage options July 28, 2020 SANTA BARBARA, CA – The Community Environmental Council (CEC) announced the launch of this year’s Solarize Santa Barbara – a community-led, group […]

The City Center Chosen as June Recipient for Donation in Celebration Of 15 Years for PODS Tri-Counties

The City Center Chosen as June Recipient for Donation in Celebration Of 15 Years for PODS Tri-Counties

Giving Back’ is the theme for Local PODS Moving & Storage anniversary   In honor of their 15-year anniversary, local PODS® Moving & Storage is doing their part to give back to a different charity in the community each month. This June, transitional housing organization, The City Center is the special recipient of a $1500 donation from […]

Santa Barbara | Ranch owners fight legislation that gives the government unfettered access to private, sensitive coastal land and potentially punishes owners for defending their way of life

Santa Barbara | Ranch owners fight legislation that gives the government unfettered access to private, sensitive coastal land and potentially punishes owners for defending their way of life

Case Status: Active: Federal lawsuit filed to protect private ranch property and a unique way of life Hollister Ranch, California, is widely known for its 150 years as a working cattle ranch and for its biologically significant coastal habitat spread across miles of shoreline downcoast of California’s Point Conception. Over the years, the ranch has carefully […]

Condeming “Defunding Police” Anarchists

Condeming “Defunding Police” Anarchists

    Cole for Assembly Liberty      Accountability     Fiscal Responsibility Facebook Twitter Instagram Website Charles Cole Republican for State Assembly, California’s 37th District   To our great Law Enforcement people in Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties. I want to express my unwavering support for you and for law-enforcement across the nation in these turbulent […]

Santa Barbara Earth Day Festival Postponed; New Dates July 10-12

Santa Barbara Earth Day Festival Postponed; New Dates July 10-12

SANTA BARBARA, CA – The Community Environmental Council (CEC) will postpone its 2020 Santa Barbara Earth Day Festival at Alameda Park until July 10-12, 2020 at Alameda Park. “While we are eager to bring our community together in honor of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, our focus is on ensuring we do this in a […]

Santa Barbara Orchid Show, CANCELLED!

Santa Barbara Orchid Show, CANCELLED!

Santa Barbara International Orchid Show With great regret and concern for public safety, pursuant to the recommendation of the California State Department of Health, issued March 11, 2020 at 8:00 pm with respect to COVID-19, the Board of Directors of the Santa Barbara International Orchid Show has unanimously voted to cancel the 2020 Orchid Show.  […]

Fun for the Whole Family at the Orchid Show!

Fun for the Whole Family at the Orchid Show!

Westerlay Orchids reveals theme for display at 75th Santa Barbara International Orchid Show! Westerlay Orchids, whose 2019 Cinderella-themed exhibit was a hit with the young and the young-at-heart, hints at an “Enchanted Tiki Room” for their display at the 75th Santa Barbara International Orchid Show. While designers like to wait for the Show for the big reveal, Westerlay promises […]

Response to article: “Strategic Desecration of a Local Sacred Native American Site”

Response to article: “Strategic Desecration of a Local Sacred Native American Site”

    By Ken Owen, Channel Islands Restoration It is very unfortunate that Lori Denman in her column, “Strategic Desecration of a Local Sacred Native American Site” never bothered to contact any of the agencies that were repeatedly accused of breaking federal law in her article. Contrary to the many demonstrably false statement in the story, […]

Strategic Desecration of a Local Sacred Native American Site

Strategic Desecration of a Local Sacred Native American Site

By Lori Denman A sacred site of the Chumash people in the Santa Barbara area known to the tribe as Shalawa, is under threat. It’s a three-acre parcel that sits on what is commonly referred to as “Hammonds Meadow” and “Sea Meadow”. For life long monitor David Daniel Diaz of the Barbareno Indian tribe, it is a […]

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