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  1. Goleta of the FutureRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Santa Barbara Independent

    The voice said, "I'm calling to let you know that I've seen the future, and Goleta's will be spectacular!" "Goleta of the future is the jewel of the South Coast, remarkable for the promenade through its center corridor. Its flower and tree-lined paths border a beautiful mix of local businesses, shops, and outdoor cafA s and restaurants, plus incubator space for startups.

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  2. Buy a Bit of Habit BurgerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Santa Barbara Independent

    Members of the public could soon get their own bite of The Habit, as the restaurant chain - which got its first patty grilled in Goleta before expanding across the country - announced this week plans to go public. The company hopes that going the route will yield $86.2 million in earnings, according to the document it filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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  3. Ebola and PetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Santa Barbara Independent

    It's a fact that many animals can spread the Ebola virus. There are known cases of monkeys and bats spreading the deadly virus.

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  4. Adoptable Pet of the WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Santa Barbara Independent

    He is now much more vocal and loves when someone will scratch his head or rub his belly. He just wants to know he is safe and loved.

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  5. IV Pastor Fights Defrocking for Officiating Son's Gay MarriageRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | Santa Barbara Independent

    As the church grew dark and the candles flickered, a group of people gathered in a circle, holding hands and reciting a prayer. They were young and old, homosexual and straight, religious and atheist; all were huddled inside the University Methodist Church in Isla Vista to support Pastor Frank Schaefer before he appears in his church's highest court next week.

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  6. Two Cents and More with Measure PRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 16 | Santa Barbara Independent

    What does a campaign do when it's on track to outspend the competition 20 times over? Just ask the "No on Measure P" team. With less than three weeks until Election Day, Santa Barbara County's oil operators and their supportersa Californians for Energy Independence, the aforementioned "No" committee, has funneled $5 million of its $7.6 million war chesta ERG The largest checks written to "Yes on P" have come from Montecito resident Richard Mazess , a retired executive, and the Consumer Advocates for Safe Food and Water .

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  7. Goleta Managing Halloween Weekend ParkingRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 16 | Santa Barbara Independent

    The City of Goleta will issue two temporary on-street parking permits per household in certain neighborhoods with restrictions going into effect over Halloween weekend, between noon on 10/31 and 6 a.m. on 11/2. Residents who live between Cannon Green Drive to Storke Road and from Hollister Avenue to Whittier Drive will receive their free permits in the mail before 10/27 and will have to tape them to the driver's side window.

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  8. Grand Jury Indicts Holzer on Murder ChargesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | Santa Barbara Independent

    The Santa Barbara Grand Jury has indicted Nicolas Holzer on four counts of murder and one count of animal cruelty, District Attorney Joyce Dudley announced Tuesday. It's unclear what effect, if any, the indictment has on Holzer's current murder charges, which were filed by the DA's Office in August.

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  9. Getting Inside OutpostRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 14 | Santa Barbara Independent

    Santa Barbara's red-tiled-roofed downtowners often deride Goleta's suburban setting, where tract homes, strip malls, and office parks tend to trump cultural trendsetting. But if Kimpton Hotels' latest hospitality gamble pays off - and those of us who live in said tracts sure hope it does - these cooler-than-thou sentiments may need to be reconsidered.

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  10. Why I Support Measure PRead the original story

    Sunday Oct 12 | Santa Barbara Independent

    I ask because I serve on a water district board, and to me, water is pretty important. I thought it might be important to you, too.

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  11. Goleta Water District Candidates Talk Future of H2ORead the original story

    Sunday Oct 12 | Santa Barbara Independent

    Three of the four candidates looking to occupy two spots at the Goleta Water District have now made their stances on key issues known, but the two challengers continue to be more outspoken than the incumbents. With less than a month to go until Election Day, longtime Boardmember Jack Cunningham debated challengers Meg West and Charles McClure this week at the Goleta Valley Community Center, but West and McClure did most of the talking.

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  12. Putting the Political in the PartyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 9 | Santa Barbara Independent

    More people came to a town hall meeting in Isla Vista than the frat party across the street, which bodes well for a self-governance effort for the unincorporated college town. Little consensus emerged Tuesday night about what type of governing body would best serve the community, but one point was clear: Change must happen fast while the wounds of recent tragedies are still fresh.

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  13. Goleta Restricts Isla Vista Halloween ParkingRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 9 | Santa Barbara Independent

    The Goleta City Council voted in favor of a temporary prohibition on on-street parking over the Halloween weekend in Isla Vista. The parking ban, in effect from noon on 10/31 to 6 a.m. on 11/2, will run west to east from Cannon Green Drive to Storke Road and north to south from Hollister Avenue to Whittier Drive.

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  14. Ozone Shot Up This WeekendRead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 7 | Santa Barbara Independent

    The weekend's hot weather caused ozone levels around the county to exceed health standards, according to the county Air Pollution Control District . Ozone is a principal component of smog.

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  15. Give the Homeless a HomeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 3 | Santa Barbara Independent

    If you are part of the 61 percent that does not own a dog and have been thinking of adding a new dog to your family, now is the time to do it. October is national "Adopt a Shelter Dog Month" and the American Humane Association and area animal shelters all across the nation are uniting to promote rescuing a homeless dog during October.

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  16. Debate Scheduled in Goleta Water District RaceRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 2 | Santa Barbara Independent

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  17. Regarding 101 Widening ProjectRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 2 | Santa Barbara Independent

    It's been relatively quiet these last nine months regarding the 101 Widening Project, but that is about to change. One month ago, Caltrans certified the Environmental Impact Report ( We fully encourage and will be publicly supporting private parties who have filed lawsuits.

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  18. Goleta Looking at Halloween Parking RestrictionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 1 | Santa Barbara Independent

    Some Goleta neighborhoods near Isla Vista could face parking restrictions over Halloween weekend - the holiday falls on a Friday this year - if the City Council votes to enact such temporary rules at its meeting on Tuesday, October 7. Only off-street parking would be allowed for residents living between Cannon Green Drive and Storke Road, and from Hollister Avenue to the southern city limits along Whittier Drive, according to city spokesperson Valerie Kushnerov. Residents whose number of cars exceed their amount of driveway space could get permits through a partnership with Girsh Park and the Camino Real Marketplace.

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  19. Dinner at Your DoorstepRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 1 | Santa Barbara Independent

    If farmers markets seem fabulous, but take too much time, and CSAs sound wonderful, but leave you dumbfounded when a box of chicory arrives, then consider Pantry S.B., a new home-delivery service that encourages you to eat healthy as you learn to cook. "All of our ingredients are measured for your meal," explained Alexis Donaire, who started the company with her husband, Ron, in January.

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  20. Goleta Water District Issues DebatedRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 28 | Santa Barbara Independent

    On October 1, the Goleta Water District's moratorium on new water hookups will go into effect. After November 4, the district's Board of Directors could have new leadership.

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