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

    8 hrs ago | Santa Barbara Independent

    Copyright 2014 Santa Barbara Independent, Inc. Reproduction of material from any Independent.com pages without written permission is strictly prohibited.

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

    8 hrs ago | 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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  3. Goleta Looking at Halloween Parking RestrictionsRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | 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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  4. Dinner at Your DoorstepRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | 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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  5. 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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  6. Volunteers Pick Up 3,864 Pounds of TrashRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 25 | Santa Barbara Independent

    Nearly 1,100 volunteers beautified 25 beaches and parks across Santa Barbara County on 9/20, collecting 3,864 pounds of trash and 831 pounds of recyclable materials as part of the annual Coastal Cleanup Day; County Public Works and the cities of Santa Barbara and Goleta helped organize this year's effort.

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  7. Raytheon Building Changes HandsRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 23 | Santa Barbara Independent

    The Goleta office building home to Raytheon sold for $26.4 million to real estate investor Victor Schaff, according to real estate giant The Towbes Group. The 120,000-square-foot property is made up of two office buildings and is located on 10 acres at 75 Coromar Drive.

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  8. Pedaling Safely in Our CommunitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 23 | Santa Barbara Independent

    One a Two a Three a Hurrah!! We're making South Coast roads safer for all road users. Both Goleta and Santa Barbara have recently been awarded Active Transportation Grants for bicycling and pedestrian improvements.

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  9. George RellesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 18 | Santa Barbara Independent

    Some of the brightest people read The Santa Barbara Independent . A summertime bicycle trip between Bruges and Brussels brought Goleta Grapevine columnist George Relles to the European Union museum, where he helped Albert Einstein view one of our issues.

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  10. Legislative Summit Visits a Host of IssuesRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 17 | Santa Barbara Independent

    The 4th annual Goleta Valley of Chamber of Commerce-hosted Legislative Summit on 9/11 focused on the drought, the minimum wage, Goleta Beach, and Measure M, with commentary from Assemblymember Das Williams, Supervisor Janet Wolf, Santa Barbara Mayor Helene Schneider, Goleta Mayor Michael Bennett, and Goleta Water District President Bill Rosen. Bennett called the Water District a "poster child" for its handling of resources, and Williams suggested more rebates for brown lawns.

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  11. Bike- and Pedestrian-Friendly Old Town Goleta to Be StudiedRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 17 | Santa Barbara Independent

    A $236,000 check from the federal Department of Transportation will allow the City of Goleta to conduct engineering and traffic studies along a stretch of Hollister Avenue in Old Town, an area the city hopes to make more bicyclist and pedestrian friendly.

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  12. Red Flag Warning Now Includes South CoastRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 16 | Santa Barbara Independent

    The National Weather Service has expanded its red flag warning through Tuesday night to include the South Coast in addition to the mountain region of the county. Strong winds, low relative humidity, and warm temperatures are bringing a hire fire danger for the area.

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  13. Incumbents Run UnopposedRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 14 | Santa Barbara Independent

    When you open your ballot for this November's election, notably absent will be any candidates for the Goleta City Council. At the close of filing on August 8, only the three incumbents had submitted papers.

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  14. Embezzler to Repay Firefighter UnionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 12 | Santa Barbara Independent

    Retired firefighter Robert Perez will repay the Santa Barbara County firefighters union the approximately $112,000 he siphoned from the insurance account during his tenure as that account's manager, ruled Judge Jean Dandona on Thursday. Perez had been sentenced in July to three years in state prison for the seven felony grand theft and tax evasion charges against him, and his lawyer argued unsuccessfully that some of that money benefitted the union and that the union was partially responsible for not watching him closer.

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  15. Adoptable Pet of the WeekRead the original story

    Friday Sep 12 | Santa Barbara Independent

    This incredibly sweet ball of fluff is looking for an extra special home. Since coming to our facility we have determined that he has a pretty severe heart murmur that will likely require surgery.

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  16. Goleta Coast Oil Project Up for Another ReviewRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 11 | Santa Barbara Independent

    Venoco Inc.'s proposal to restart oil production off of the Ellwood coast near Sandpiper Golf Club returns for yet another review next Monday, when the State Lands Commission comes to Goleta City Hall to accept public comments on the updated environmental impact report. The commission was set to vote in April on whether to allow the Carpinteria-based oil company to carry forth with the project, which may reduce potentially dangerous pressure some believe is building in the historic oil field, would not involve fracking, and would result in the removal of one of the two existing piers.

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  17. Please Don't Kill Me; I'm Just Riding My BikeRead the original story

    Friday Sep 5 | Santa Barbara Independent

    At this critical juncture in the history of humanity on Planet Earth, many cities are trying to reduce vehicular traffic and promote alternative transportation: mass transit, walking, cycling. Looking around, you'll see that our communities have thriving bike cultures.

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  18. Devereux PointRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 5 | Santa Barbara Independent

    This area's recent history begins in 1919 with the arrival to American shores of the wealthy Colin Campbell family. Campbell was a retired British army officer who had served in India and Afghanistan, and as a British military attachA in Tsarist Russia.

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  19. County Shuts Off Beach Showers During DroughtRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 4 | Santa Barbara Independent

    Addressing the drought, officials have tightened the spigot at seven showers across county beaches, shutting off three at Jalama Beach and one each at Goleta Beach, Arroyo Burro Beach, Lookout Park Beach, and Rincon Park Beach.

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  20. Developer to Save Funk ZoneRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 4 | Santa Barbara Independent

    At first blush, it might seem counterintuitive if not outright self-serving. Developer Neil Dipaola says he wants to keep the "funk" in the Funk Zone.

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