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Local AIDS Walk To Raise Funds to Help Victims

Over 600 people are expected to ditch their cars and pound the pavement tomorrow in support of victims and families of AIDS in Santa Barbara County.
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Advisory Board Endorses Overnight Parking Plan

As housing prices in Santa Barbara County continue to skyrocket, two local organizations are lobbying local government to allow the homeless to use their cars as makeshift motels.
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Chumash Tribe, County Supervisors at Odds Over Proposed Casino Expansion

Negotiations between the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians and Santa Barbara County representatives regarding the Chumash Casino expansion crapped out last week when tribal leaders said the county vi...
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10,000 Visit Sunken Gardens for Annual Earth Day Festival

The elusive sunshine joined approximately 10,000 people this weekend to celebrate Mother Earth in downtown Santa Barbara.
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Coalition Seeks Approval of Housing Ordinances

"Fairness and Security" may not be synonymous with the leasing experience in Santa Barbara for everyone, but if a collection of local renters' rights groups have their way next month, they may be clos...
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10-Person Jury Makes Decision on [RE] Vision Competition: Envision Designs

The Berkeley-based firm beat out four finalists, 29 international entries in all, winning an additional $10,000 and the right to negotiate a contract with the county to produce I.V.'s master plan.
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Design Entry Plans to Create CORR-idor Through UCSB, I.V.

An Isla Vista master plan submission from the East Coast seeks to substitute auto traffic on Pardall Road with electric-powered shuttle buses to blur the lines between campus and community.
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Debates Take Flight at Community Meeting to Address Development

The particularities of monarch butterflies' mating practices and a proposed housing project's proximity to their love nests filled a county official's ear last night.
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Sheriff Announces Decision Against Seeking Re-election

Three County Law Enforcement Veterans Declare Candidacy, Begin 2002 Campaigns
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Santa Barbara Recognizes Global Epidemic

Over 21.8 million people have lost their lives to AIDS, and in honor of their memory, 192 countries will take part in World AIDS Day.
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