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IVRPD Discusses Pardall Road Revamping Process

A crowd of over 30 people attended a special meeting for the Isla Vista Recreation and Park District last night, where the board of directors updated the public on plans to renovate Pardall Road.
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Damaged Pipes Impede Repairs on Accessways

Isla Vista's beach accessways will not be refurbished until fall 2007, despite a promise from the Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors that it would occur this fall.
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Walkers Mobilize for SB AIDS Services

Over 500 people took a stroll on the beach this Saturday morning for the 16th Annual Heart & Sole AIDS Walk, raising more than $100,000, and a few smiles.
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Candid Documentary Show Returns to Film I.V. Antics

One UCSB student is doing his part to immortalize Isla Vista's unique culture by bringing IVTV back to local public access stations.
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NOAA Council Fishes for Applicants

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration National Marine Sanctuary Program is looking for seven new members to jump on board the Channel Islands Advisory Council before the end of the month...
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City Accepts New Growth Strategy Amid Opposition

In front of a packed crowd, the Goleta City Council adopted the General Plan last night, far in advance of its December deadline.
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I.V. Residents To Face New Parking Permit Plan Pending Approval

Approval and implementation of the Isla Vista parking permit plan may be close, as the California Coastal Commission is expected to review and perhaps pass it this November. The plan, which has been i...
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SB News-Press Staff Unionizes to Protect Journalistic Integrity

In a landslide vote yesterday, the news staff at the Santa Barbara News-Press decided to unionize
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Gang Activity Drives I.V. Park Improvement Plans

Despite three resignations and what one former member said was a $30,000 setback, this summer the Isla Vista Recreation and Park District focused on creating a community center as well as ways to redu...
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SB Museum To Open Shark Showcase

Locals can stick their hands in some shark-infested waters this weekend as part of a new exhibit at the Ty Warner Sea Center on Stearns Wharf.
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Voters To Determine SB County Split

This June 6, Santa Barbara County citizens will decide whether to support Measure H, which if passed would split the county in two. The long-running feud between the mostly agricultural north and more...
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Hearings Continue in Bicyclist Death Case

Marcos Angel Almaguer, the asphalt-truck driver who struck and killed UCSB senior Kendra Payne last January will now face a settlement conference in June to determine whether he will be tried on charg...
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Tower To Improve Cell Service

Isla Vista residents who are angry over dropped calls should see their cell phone service picking up once construction is finished on a new cell phone tower located next to the Korean Methodist Church...
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Town Hall Meeting Presents Panel for Housing Discourse

Approximately 30 people attended the Isla Vista Town Hall Meeting last night, where sandwiches were served up along with candid conversation about renting and living in I.V.
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Town Meeting To Examine Housing Concerns

Students can learn about landlords, leases and legal issues from local experts at the Isla Vista Town Hall meeting at Embarcadero Hall tonight.
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