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No on F Leaves CSD Fundless

Measures E and F experienced differing fates Tuesday night. Ballots from Isla Vista began to be counted at 11 p.m., showing an almost-secured win for Measure E but imminent loss for Measure F.
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Vista Point: Weekly Goings-On in I.V.

Upcoming events include the local State of the Union, an IVRPD board meeting and a Poets’ Club open mic.
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Flashback: Election 2012

It was only four years ago when both Isla Vista and UCSB were consumed with this year’s political fervor once again.
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I.V. Youth Projects Seek $300K to Fund Facility

The Isla Vista Youth Projects hopes to cement its role in I.V. this year by raising funds to purchase the Children’s Center building next to the Camino Real Marketplace.
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UCSB Administration, County Police Attribute Low Crime Rates to Student Volunteers

Final numbers from the Santa Barbara County Sheriffs Department showed Halloween weekend arrests, citations and medical transports in Isla Vista down more than 80 percent from 2013.
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Vista Point: The Goings On in Isla Vista This Week

From Isla Vista town hall to a discussion the morning after the General Election, Vista Point has the rundown on this week's events.
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Calm Halloweekend Third Year in a Row

Halloween weekend passed without incident for the third year in a row, with total arrests down nearly 50 percent from 2015.
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Feminasty Guardians Protest Against Rape Culture in Isla Vista

A group of activists, known as the Feminasty Guardians, marched through Isla Vista Friday to reach the scene of an altercation that inspired their protest against rape culture at UC Santa Barbara.
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Law Enforcement Down 30 Percent for Halloween

Over 250 officers were stationed in Isla Vista last year, but community efforts to “keep things local” have convinced local police to cut down.
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Isla Vista Landlords Oppose Measure F

With Election Day fast approaching, property owners are growing wary of a new tax which they believe would create an unfair burden on an already difficult housing market.
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Vista Point: The Goings-On in I.V. This Upcoming Week

The Nexus, KCSB and The Bottom Line will co-host a debate between Joan Hartmann and Bruce Porter, candidates for Third District County Supervisor, tonight at 6:30 p.m.
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First Friday Offers Free Food, Laid-Back Vibes

Fall’s inaugural First Friday took over Prefect Park as the Free Food Fest on Oct.7, offering new bites and the same laid-back vibes Isla Vistans have come to love since its inception.
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Isla Vista Divided by Party Politics in Supervisor Race

Although it occupies a little over a square mile, Isla Vista is brimming with over 20,000 UC Santa Barbara students, retirement communities and clusters of longtime residents.
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Seeds Sown for Sueno Orchard

After three years of deliberation, the IVRPD will start drafting proposals to fund an irrigation system while restoration of the plot is underway
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Vista Point: Exciting Events Happening in Isla Vista This Week

I.V. politics will be popping this week, what with the Third Disrict County Supervisor debate, the push to register at least 13,000 I.V. residents to vote for the November election.
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