Santa Barbara County

Richardson sues eight Santa Barbara County sheriff’s deputies -archive

Man sues eight officers By Karen White — Staff Writer March 5 2002 A Los Alamos resident struck by a Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s deputy and then arrested, only to have the charges against him dropped, has filed a federal suit against eight law enforcement officers. The suit, charging violation of various rights, was filed […]

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Cambria did not violate meeting law, judge rules

Posted on Mon, Jun. 28, 2004 Cambria did not violate meeting law, judge rules Decision means district can recover legal costs from watchdog group that claimed the public’s right to know was violated Kathe Tanner The Tribune CAMBRIA – A Superior Court judge has ruled that the Cambria Community Services District did not violate the […]

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County budget discussion set – Wineries in Santa Ynez Valley

County budget discussion set By The Record Staff 6/11/04 Santa Barbara County Administrator Mike Brown will discuss the county’s budget at a lunch meeting Wednesday. The Committee to Improve North County meeting runs from 11:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Far Western Tavern in Guadalupe. Cost is $15. Call 922-5721 for a reservation. Committee […]

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SB County, Under Jim Thomas, Settles Police Brutality Case (Archive)

County Avoids Court, Settles Brutality Case By Drew Mackie – Staff Writer Tuesday November 5, 2002 Daily Nexus > News > Volume 83, Issue Number 31 Santa Barbara County will pay nearly $1 million to settle allegations that sheriff’s deputies beat two people in May of last year. The County Board of Supervisors made the […]

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Swing from development to conservation sways CSD – Montandon mention

Swing from development to conservation sways CSD Kathe Tanner, The San Luis Obispo County Tribune CAMBRIA – A key Cambria governmental agency has reversed its 5-year-old position on how development on the Hearst Ranch would affect the community – mainly because the emphasis of a new, evolving plan has switched from development to conservation of […]

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Group Sues SB County Govt. for Misspent Money

Group Sues SB County Govt. for Misspent Money By Dina Vainer – Staff Writer Friday May 21, 2004 Daily Nexus > News > Volume 83, Issue Number 135 Our Children’s Earth, an environmental nonprofit organization, has filed a lawsuit against the Santa Barbara County Association of Governments alleging misallocation of public transportation funds. According to […]

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Those Pushing Parking Permits Ignore the Racial Factor

Not Planning for Everyone Those Pushing Parking Permits Ignore the Racial Factor Oscar Gil Friday May 14, 2004 Daily Nexus > Opinion > Volume 83, Issue Number 130 The I.V. Master Plan proposes in its opening statement of the initiation draft to “make strategic adjustments to the way the community is designed and operated, so […]

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