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Covid-19 daily cases shoot up

Santa Barbara County is seeing an alarming increase in new case rates for Covid-19, with active cases up 90% over the previous two weeks. With the current uptick, it is expected that the daily case rates will continue to increase and cause a new wave of infections, according to Santa Barbara County Public Health. Infections are still largely occurring through community close contact, leading the county to recommend masks be worn inside when not at home.

Campfires banned in Los Padres Forest for the rest of the year

A new fire restriction order has been implemented in Los Padres Forest prohibiting campfires anywhere across the forest. Camp stoves are allowed only within designated campfire use sites. The restriction will be in place until at least Dec. 31, 2021. “We realize that fire restrictions, which essentially ban hot coffee in the backcountry, are usually met with disapproval but please understand that there are over 170 drought-aided fires burning at the moment across the Western United States and most of the forests across the West are in similar fire restrictions as well,” Los Padres Forest Association said in its recent newsletter. The Willow Fire in the Northern Los Padres is now 100% contained after burning nearly 3,000 acres within the Ventana Wilderness.

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Santa Barbara Channelkeeper welcomes new executive director

Former Pew Charitable Trusts U.S. oceans project director, Ted Morton, is Santa Barbara Channelkeeper ’s new executive director, the organization announced this week. Morton joins Channelkeeper at a pivotal time as the organization intensifies its efforts to tackle large-scale environmental issues through bold local action. As executive director, Morton will guide the organization’s work to protect the health of the Santa Barbara Channel through science-based advocacy, education, fieldwork and enforcement. He will support and expand Channelkeeper ’s programmatic efforts to monitor waterways, advocate for protective environmental policies, hold polluters accountable and ensure a cleaner, healthier water future. Morton has more than 25 years of experience in ocean conservation policy. He holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from Furman University and a Juris Doctor from the University of Georgia School of Law. Morton grew up in Atlanta and has worked in Washington, D.C., Los Angeles and New York City. “After conducting an extensive, nationwide search, we are pleased to welcome Ted Morton as executive director of Santa Barbara Channelkeeper. His professional achievements are impressive, and he brings strong leadership skills and a tre-


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Anonymous Gun Buyback scheduled for Aug. 21

The Coalition Against Gun Violence, the city of Santa Barbara and the Santa Barbara Police Department will host the sixth Anonymous Gun Buyback at Earl Warren Showgrounds on Saturday, Aug. 21, from 8 a.m. to noon. Donors will receive a $100 Smart & Final gift card for each handgun or rifle turned in and $200 gift cards for an assault weapon. “Our past five Gun Buybacks exceeded all expectations,” said Toni Wellen, CAGV chair emeritus. The group collected 1,169 firearms and 12 assault weapons at prior events. “We know that these weapons will never be used in a homicide, suicide or accidental shooting, therefore many homes and our community are safer.” The event is designed to protect the identity of those turning in guns, even illegal guns, which are accepted under the supervision of Santa Barbara Police Department. Participants will be asked to place firearms in the trunk of their car and enter the queue. Police will contact drivers, remove the firearms and provide a chit under the windshield wiper to exchange for the appropriate value in gift cards. Guns are disposed of under the care of SBPD. “Every child lost to gun violence is your child. Each death diminishes us. Silence is not an option – inaction is not an option. Where there are more guns, there are more gun deaths,” Wellen said. Each year in the U.S., over 40,000 people die by gun violence and suicide by gun. “Statistically, having a gun in your home is more dangerous for you and your family, especially if you have young children or teens,” Wellen said. “Although it is impossible to know the intent of a gun purchase, it is notable that people who purchased firearms during the pandemic are 70% more likely to be suicidal than other firearm owners.”

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Longtime Howard School teacher moves to CUSD as reading and math intervention specialist BY EVELYN SPENCE

Longtime Howard School teacher, Jen Gonzalez, is tackling a new role at the Carpinteria Unified School District beginning this fall: reading and math intervention specialist for K–5 students. Gonzalez said she will be working at Canalino Elementary School for the majority of the time in her new role, which will focus on helping students who are struggling using individualized lessons and a multi-modality approach, tailoring the work to the student rather than the student to the work. In her role at CUSD, Gonzalez said her job is to figure out “what those holes (in education) are and to come up with a goal for each individual (struggling) child.” “Once we have that goal, we start planning. We use evidence-based intervention programs that really work (…) I talk them through the problem,” she said. “I’m going to be supporting them with lots of questions and just checking for understanding and providing immediate feedback.” She added that she is looking forward to the challenge of working with students in different grade levels, and to providing students with the tools they need to be successful. “My philosophy (is) I’m committed to providing a quality education in a caring environment. I believe that all students can learn and are capable of being successful, and it’s my role to ensure this,” Gonzalez said. “If there are kinesthetic learners – that means they learn by do-

ing – or visual or auditory learners, (we’ll focus on) what learning styles students will tackle the most.” Gonzalez said every child has a unique set of needs that must be addressed, which is where her primary job at CUSD will focus: helping students who are struggling. She said she is grateful for her time teaching at the Howard School, where she worked for over 12 years as an elementary school teacher but is also “thrilled to be working at the Carpinteria Unified School District again.” Gonzalez received her undergraduate degree from UC Santa Barbara, her teaching credentials from Westmont College and a Master’s in education and technology from Azusa Pacific University. Gonzalez got her start teaching at Canalino, where she taught for seven years, prior to her children being born, she said. She took eight years off after they were born – choosing to tutor all ages during that time – but when her son reached kindergarten, she returned to teaching and took on a position at Howard. “We’ve forged many wonderful, long-lasting relationships with the family and friends we’ve made (at Howard),” she said. “I’m ready for a new chapter in my life, and I’m ready for a new challenge. I’m so grateful for the many years I taught at Howard School and learning the (school’s) curriculum will benefit me in this position as an intervention teacher,” she added.

After many years as the Howard School’s first grade teacher, Jen Gonzalez will move to CUSD this fall as the district’s new reading and math intervention specialist.


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In Summerland, crews are beginning to pave base layers in the northbound lanes.

Construction continues on both sides of Hwy 101

Construction crews will begin paving base layers for the Hwy 101 Northbound lanes and ramps in Carpinteria, ahead of placing reinforced pavement, a two-week construction update from the county announced. Utility crews are also relocating overhead utilities over the next few months near Via Real and are installing new drainage features. Construction crews will also focus on new overhead sign foundations. On Highway 101 southbound, crews are focusing on guardrail and vegetation control, while crews on the Franklin and Santa Monia creek bridges are focused on

the superstructures for the bridges. Crews are also installing underground supports and construction wall footings near Franciscan Court and north of Cravens Lane, between Franklin Creek and Santa Ynez Avenue, between Santa Ynez Avenue and Santa Monica Creek, and north of Santa Monica Creek. Near Via Real, crews are also preparing for the new sound wall. On Sunday nights between 9 p.m. and 5 p.m., one lane on Hwy 101 northbound between Bailard Avenue and Sheffield Drive will be closed, as well as the onand off- ramps at North Padaro and Santa

Claus lanes. On Monday through Thursday nights, between 8 p.m. and 5 p.m., the same lanes and on- and off- ramps will remain closed. On the Hwy 101 southbound side, the same lanes and on- and off- ramps will be closed between 10 p.m. and 7 a.m. The on-ramp at Wallace Avenue will remain closed for up to four months, with an anticipated reopening date of Nov. 1. The on- and off- ramps at Sheffield Drive will remain closed until 2023 and 2021, respectively. For timelines and detours, visit

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New elections will be split into five districts, council decides


The Carpinteria City Council voted 4-1 on Monday to go with five district-based election seats, rather than four, with Councilmember Roy Lee dissenting. Beginning Nov. 2022, the city will shift from holding at-large elections to district elections, a decision made to ensure more minority representation in the community. At-large elections allow all residents to vote for all council members who are up for elections, while district-based elections divide up the city into districts, where each resident will only vote for one council member in their geographic district. C i t y p ro g r a m m a n a g e r O l i v i a Uribe-Mutal said there were a few main questions regarding the districts that were tackled by an ad-hoc committee created for this matter: whether there would be four or five districts; what the term limits would be for the district representatives; how the elections would be staggered; and which software would be used to determine how redistricting would work. She said the ad-hoc committee recommended that splitting the area in five districts would be better, as the smaller capacity – approximately 2,700 people compared to 3,400 people – would allow for better representation. With four districts, the community would also be able to elect a mayor in an at-large process, whereas with five districts, the council would continue to choose its own mayor, as per tradition.

...the ad-hoc committee recommended that splitting the area in five districts would be better, as the smaller capacity – approximately 2,700 people compared to 3,400 people – would allow for better representation. “After some discussion, the ad-hoc committee made the recommendation for five district elections,” she said. The ad-hoc committee also recommended that elections be staggered, meaning some would happen in 2022, and others in 2024, and so on. She said a decision on which districts would vote first would not have to be made until March 2022. Uribe-Mutal added that the ad-hoc committee recommended four-year terms for the council seats, although she said there wasn’t yet a decision on the term limits for the mayor. She said that the census data for the area hasn’t been released yet, and the maps will be drawn after it is. Once the staff receives the census data and draws up the maps, those maps will be brought to the council and the public for feedback. The staff expects the first public hearing regarding the maps to take place in October 2021, when the initial draft maps will be published.

Councilmember Gregg Carty asked city staff about what would happen if there isn’t a nominee for one of the districts. Legal Counsel Jena Shoaf Acos said she would look into that and get back to the council. “It’s not very likely that it would happen, but it could,” Carty said. Lee challenged the committee’s recommendation to choose five districts rather than four, stating that the community, rather than the council, should decide who should be mayor. “I think that’s long overdue and that’s very important that we consider that,” he said. Lee first motioned to approve all staff recommendations on the matter save the five-district recommendation; when his motion failed, Vice Mayor Al Clark motioned to approve all staff recommendations, which was approved in a 4-1 vote, with Lee dissenting. There was no public comment on this matter.

Public comment

Christie Boyd, who said she lives on Bailard Avenue, spoke during public comment opposing the Bailard Housing Project. “I am here representing the 1,490 Carpinteria Valley residents who have signed petitions in opposition to Santa Barbara County’s current proposal to build a three story, 173-unit apartment complex at the northern end of Bailard Avenue.” She said that although she realizes it is a county project – the project lies just outside the city boundaries of Carpinteria – she encouraged the city council to push back against the Bailard Avenue housing project. “The north end of Bailard is currently home to almost 500 condominiums, the densest housing in our city. To add 173 more apartment units, possibly more than 300 cars to this area, is a potential nightmare,” she said.

Council meeting cancellation

The city council voted to cancel its regular August 23, 2021 city council meeting, per a regular summer tradition. “Traditionally the council has cancelled one meeting in July or August due to a light agenda and/or vacation schedules,” Acting city clerk Brian Barrett said. “The staff has considered the upcoming

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While we continue to soak up every single day of summer, it is also time to start preparing for the upcoming school year. Hopefully, this school year will be more predictable than the last. Schools will be returning to in-person instruction and some children and families have received the Covid-19 vaccination. The physicians and staff at the Carpinteria Health Care Center have gathered some ideas and reminders to ease the transition and make this school year healthy, enjoyable and productive. • Start getting to bed earlier and waking up at the time you’ll need to when school starts. This includes putting devices away and outside of bedrooms and sleeping areas at least one hour before bedtime – for all ages. Buy a small alarm clock to replace your phone’s alarm. • Call your doctor’s office to schedule your child’s annual Well Child Check and Sports Physicals. Do this as soon as possible, as there tends to be a rush right before school starts and we want to schedule everyone who needs an appointment in time for deadlines. • We are encouraging everyone who is eligible to receive their Covid-19 vaccinations; this includes children 12 and up. • Don’t forget all the other vaccines that are required for school, too, especially those required for entry to TK or kindergarten and those for 11-year-olds. • Become familiar with your school’s sick policy and discuss it with your employer to ensure you have flexibility in the event someone in your home

“We are encouraging everyone who is eligible to receive their Covid-19 vaccinations; this includes children 12 and up.” becomes ill. Isolation is still recommended until children have no fever or a negative Covid-19 test. • Find some well-fitting and comfortable masks for everyone in your family to use, especially at school. • Sunscreen is still necessary – put it on every morning. • Flu shots for the 2021-22 season will be available in late August and we recommend you and your children get one. • To ease first-day-of-school jitters, walk to school together before the actual first day. This will help familiarize your child to the route to their school. (It’s been a long time for some kids!) Have a fun and safe end of summer and beginning of school year! The Carpinteria Health Care Center is located at 931 Walnut Ave. Learn more health tips, find out how to get a vaccine and see Covid-19 updates at

Mi Vida, Mi Voz provides resources for Spanishspeaking community

When the Covid-19 pandemic hit, local Latino-serving organizations came together to collaborate on Mi Vida, Mi Voz (MVMV), to help address the Spanish-speaking community’s needs in Santa Barbara County. Since Covid-19 hit in spring 2020, MVMV has focused on providing information in Spanish to the community about basic health, basic needs and mental health, and how to help children, families and seniors. The collaboration focuses on distributing information that may not be available to those who don’t speak fluent English. It operates through email chains and Facebook, and all information is compiled into a newsletter every two weeks. MVMV works with the Latino Elder Outreach Network, the Family Resource Centers network, Promotores de Salud, LISTOS, Rincon Spanish-Language Radio Stations, and the Latinx and Indigenous Migrant Covid-19 Response Taskforce.

More than 189 Santa Barbara County organizations and groups have helped to disseminate information in Spanish during the pandemic, according to a press release from MVMV. “Getting information to the Spanish-speaking Latino community is a challenge for many organizations and for our community as a whole,” Adriana Marroquin, community initiatives manager at Hospice of Santa Barbara, said. “The primary strategy of MVMV is to help with the spread of information by harnessing the collective power of our existing relationship network – people and organizations who we have built trusted relationships with the community over the years.” Learn more or sign up for the newsletter at For more information, contact Adriana Marroquin at or at (805) 705-4846.

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THE LAY OF THE LAND MIKE WONDOLOWSKI When something bugs us or just doesn’t seem right, what do we do? Maybe we post about it on Facebook or Nextdoor. Maybe we send a pitchfork to the Coastal View News. Or we might vent about it to neighbors or friends. Sometimes it is nice just to get confirmation that others see some of the same problems we do – after all, we are social creatures, even when enduring masks and distancing. But oftentimes, venting is the end of it. We feel a little better because our complaint was heard and validated by someone. But the problem continues unabated. If you have a leak in your roof, you don’t just complain about needing a bucket under the leak when it rains. You fix the leak. If a cold breeze coming through an open window bothers you, instead of posting about your discomfort on Facebook, you close the window! So, if you don’t like increased traffic or increased air pollution or urban sprawl, does it make sense only to complain about a proposed development project that would contribute to those problems rather than taking some type of action? Of course not. The challenge is knowing what type of action would have any impact. It’s simple to know that closing a window will give results. But local government processes can be complicated. Once you know what you want to change, how do you know what action to take? In general, there are three components of effective action to achieve change. These components really apply to just about any type of change, but let’s focus on local government.

Provide the appropriate input to the appropriate people at the appropriate time.

If your first input is telling the Carpinteria City Council that you don’t like the development that was just built next to your house, you are way too late! Buildings are approved long before the first bulldozer shows up. And, even more impactful, land use zoning decisions are made years before any particular development is even proposed. Budgets are developed a year before expenditures are made. But how do you have any clue about which decisions being made now will matter later? I hope you faithfully read the Coastal View News (including this column!) to keep up to date on the hot topics in Carpinteria. You might hear about an issue through other local news or in a newsletter or social media post from the city. If you develop some understanding of the relevant government processes, you may be able to figure this out on your own. But another approach is to rely on a trusted resource to guide you. This might

“The challenge is knowing what type of action would have any impact. It’s simple to know that closing a window will give results. But local government processes can be complicated.”

be a knowledgeable friend, or it may be a local group that has earned your trust. (I like to think Carpinteria Valley Association can fit this description!)

Influence the “rules of the game.”

For land use planning decisions, the “rules” are in the General Plan. If the rules for future development are not what you or the community want, that is a difficult problem to overcome. However, here in Carpinteria, the General Plan is in the process of being updated right now, and it will define our planning guidelines for the next decade. Decisions made this year and next will determine what our town will become. Fortunately, this is a public process that invites public participation. As public workshops on the proposed General Plan are scheduled, making time to participate will be time well invested!

Have the right leaders.

Even with engaged community members and a good General Plan, the future of our community is up to our elected and appointed leaders. If they do not have the same vision as you do, their decisions are unlikely to be what you want. That is why it is important to ensure our leaders are people we trust to speak for us and act on our behalf. Of course, voting thoughtfully is critical. But what about volunteering yourself? There are multiple city boards, commissions, and committees, as well as the City Council itself. There are also the boards of our local special districts such as Carpinteria Valley Water District, Carpinteria Sanitary District and Carpinteria Unified School District. Being elected or appointed to a leadership position would definitely be something to post about on Facebook or Nextdoor! Mike Wondolowski is president of the Carpinteria Valley Association (, a local organization dedicated to maintaining the small beach town nature of our community. In his 30 years of involvement in planning issues, he has witnessed visionary successes, as well as decisions that were later widely regretted. When not stuck indoors, he can often be found enjoying Carpinteria’s treasures including kayaking and snorkeling along the coast, running or hiking on the bluffs or the Franklin Trail, or “vacationing” as a tent camper at the State Beach.

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Kudos to Vice Mayor Al Clark for voicing important issues and for voting his conscience at the last City Council meeting about the leasing agreement for the Surfliner Inn. If we could all agree on one thing, it is this: Carpinteria is a great city, and we love and appreciate living here. Perhaps it is the last great beach town. Are we going to keep it this way, or go the way of other beach towns that have lost their small town feel and charm? Linden Avenue is the gateway to the beach. Walking, biking or driving on Linden Avenue offers a view of the ocean. Do we want to block that view and change the look and feel of that part of our downtown? What are we gaining by allowing this hotel and what are we giving up? $600,000 is a good deal of money, if that estimate is accurate. In the big picture, it doesn’t compare to sales tax, property tax and cannabis tax that funds the city. If the Surfliner Inn is built, the changes will be permanent. There’s no going back. It’s not an ordinance that can be repealed if we decide it is a bad idea. Some of the selling points for this project are speculation. Are guests who can afford the rates going to arrive by train? I doubt it. Will guests be happy with the noise and rumbling of the trains? I doubt it. Safety, water and views all need to be considered. Carpinteria could benefit from a boutique hotel, somewhere other than next to the railroad tracks. One last thought: if there are two floors of rooms and one floor for the pool and meeting area, I call that a three-story building.

Annie Sly Carpinteria

City Council wants this hotel

Carpinteria is the very last community of its kind in a geographic area that enjoys a climate almost unique in the entire world. The only way to know you’re entering any beach community south of Carpinteria is by looking closely at freeway signs to make sure you don’t miss its off ramp. Developers of all kinds have been probing for a soft spot in Carpinteria for years. It has always been the residents who have fought off attempts at further encroachment on the last little speck of the paradise that once was Southern California. Now, to the point of my rant: I realized that City Council members sought out the developer of the 40-room hotel. The developer did not seek out our city council with a proposal. During numerous council meetings, where the majority of residents in attendance opposed the project, the number of residents far outnumbered the number of city council members who approved the proposal. Furthermore, the proposed hotel is to be built on public land! Yet, the project is not going to be put on any ballot for the people of Carpinteria to vote, either for or against it. Finally, all of your heartfelt, certainly well-informed, articulate, eloquent letters opposing it did not change or accomplish anything. The city council sought out the developer. The city council wants this hotel. Learn to live with it, because we’re going to get a 40-room hotel. Oh, and we may as well save our breath regarding this so-called Bailard


“Oh, and we may as well save our breath regarding this so-called Bailard project. Santa Barbara County is behind it, do you honestly think they’re going to be swayed by what the residents of Carpinteria do not want? ” Frank Torreano

project. Santa Barbara County is behind it, do you honestly think they’re going to be swayed by what the residents of Carpinteria do not want? The way things are going, I wouldn’t be surprised if there isn’t another Costco proposal just a few years away.

Frank Torreano Carpinteria

Wish of a woman president

Thank you, Ms. Wittwer, for your recent column, “Honoring Women, do we count?” (CVN, Vol. 27, No. 43) – for pointing out a fact that should be obvious to all Americans which is taken for granted, and certainly never changed: there are no holidays honoring women, and there are no women featured on monetary bills in this country. And finally, that there has never been a woman president. On a personal note, I would like to point out that my grandmother was not allowed to legally vote in this country until she was a senior in college. Thinking back upon my relationship with her, the strange thing to me is that it was never discussed. If we had been a minority, or if our religion was controversial, it would certainly have been a subject that was part of my upbringing. Sadly, nothing! Zippo. I know that many who are reading this are now thinking, “Oh, another femi-nazi,” which is offensive, and used frequently by commenters online to belittle and intimidate. How is this label considered acceptable? These inequalities are facts; they are not subjective. Women should be speaking up, but we rarely do. There was a book written in the 1970s by Germaine Greer called the “Female Eunuch,” which states that women participate in their own oppression. Sadly, this is still true today. Dad still drives the car and women are the primary caretakers and housekeepers, regardless of if they both have careers outside the home. I am a senior citizen, and I sure would like to see a woman president in my lifetime. I do not think that is asking too much.

Teresa Peacock Carpinteria

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Danel Trevor Carpinteria

Misplaced blame

I find it both maddening and laughable that all the usual Tea Party suspects are suddenly concerned about the southern border crisis – particularly, “the children,” voting laws and procedures, and inflation. They are laying the blame for these problems at the recently elected president and vice-president with no mention of the responsibility of the former Republican president – the one whose policies separated and caged those children and walked away. The one whose lies regarding his loss of both the popular and electoral college has resulted in civil strife, the rise of violent white nationalist anti-government groups, disinformation regarding the pandemic and the “Big Lie” that there was widespread voter fraud and a stolen election, when all evidence and court findings and dispositions have totally debunked those assertions. There were no letters written when Trump’s actions incited the violent attack on our Capitol and our Constitution with r esultant carnage and death, not a word. In my opinion, his only good achievement was throwing a ton of taxpayer money at the pharmaceutical companies, resulting in the faster development of effective vaccines. He then promptly down-played the seriousness of the Covid-19 virus, politicizing the mask issue and the vaccines and disparaging the doctors and healthcare professionals who were trying to develop life-saving protocols and to keep the American people as safe and informed as possible. Calling senior Democratic

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Equity is not equality

The power of the far left in the Democratic party has moderate Democrats bewildered. In the last two years, more than half a million Democrats have left the party – check the “Walkaway” movement. The far left has adopted a destructive belief system of cultural Marxism, separating people into groups based on identity and organizing them into camps of victims and oppressors. People are chopped up into little discrete pieces, packaged by the far left and pitted against each other; you are black, white, gay, etc., as if you are nothing more. They cannot use achievement words, like doctor, gardener or teacher, which are distinct to an individual’s accomplishments. You are the object-word they assign you. This also happens when the left wants to change or rename something under the banner of equity and inclusion. Like changing the word “mother” into “birthing person.” How warm is “mother,” filled with deep meaning about relationships, family and parental sacrifices for their children. “Birthing person” is what? It is an object-word, and it is filled with nothing. Mother is a person; the other is an object. They freely use terms like racist, bigot and homophobic. These are object-words meant to intimidate, cancel and dismiss you. Remember that equity is not equality. It is “sameness,” and it is filled with the same sterility that birthing person implies. One of the worst abuses of the Marxist left is Critical Race Theory. It really is corrosive, racist and toxic. Why do progressives never celebrate successful people who are in the minority? Because it does not fit their Marxist victim narrative. How would they explain success? That would make you an individual, unique and separate from the group they have put you in.

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Lorraine Yzquierdo 3/23/1946 – 7/20/2021

Lorraine Yzquierdo, age 75, passed away peacefully on July 20, 2021, in Santa Barbara, California. She was born one of ten children on March 23, 1946, in Bakersfield, California to James and Petra Hernandez. She is survived by her children, eldest son Roger Mira Jr. (Rita), Denise Cortez and Alicia Yzquierdo, as well as, her eight grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Lorraine was an avid walker. She loved nothing more than long walks on the beach, picking seashells and looking for sea glass. Her creativity expressed itself in the form of crocheting, sewing, cooking and making her signature potato salad. She moved to Santa Barbara and eventually made Carpinteria her home, where as a single mother, she raised her three kids. She taught each of us the meaning of hard work and sacrifice. Our family would not be where it is today if we didn’t have her as a mother or grandmother/ Nana. She will be greatly missed. Per her wishes no services will be held. ADVERTISEMENT

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Larry Richard Cook 4/7/1938 – 7/12/2021

Larry passed away on July 12 at Serenity House in Santa Barbara. He will be sorely missed by his family and many friends in the United States and in Mabuhay, The Philippines. Larry loved to laugh and was a great friend to everyone. He was a loving brother, son, husband, father, uncle, grandfather and great-grandfather. Born on April 7, 1938, in DeKalb, Illinois, he moved with his family to Southern California during World War II, where his father built the family home in Lawndale. Larry enjoyed ocean fishing with his dad and three sisters while growing up. He loved music and was an amazing dancer who could whisk any girl off her feet with the swing style of the time. Larry attended Leuzinger High School and later took additional college courses which served him well later in his career moving into management at both Inglewood Farms Dairy in Torrance and Carnation Dairy in Los Angeles. Larry married Jean Hiatala in 1959 and they had two children, Cindy and Larry Dennis. In 1967, Larry married Sharon Harris and they had two children, Shari and Darlene. In 1979, Larry and his then wife, Aileen, became independent long-distance truckers with Bekins Van Lines and visited every state except Alaska and Hawaii. Larry always remembered to bring his kids a little something back when he returned from being on the road with Bekins. Specifically, a huge bag of coins for them to split or a big bag of candy and treats. What he will be remembered for the most will be his love of dancing and watching a good ole’ comedy that he could laugh out loud to with that infectious laugh of his. He always remembered to say I love you and he was always a loving and thoughtful grandpa, affectionately nicknamed, Meatball Papa.

Following his divorce, Larry settled in Bullhead City, Arizona, then Laughlin, Nevada, where he worked his way into management at Harrah’s Casino and Hotel. While there, he became a part-time caregiver to his mother Frances, who had Alzheimer’s disease. Eventually he retired early to become her full-time caregiver. No one gave more love and tender attention to a mother than did our father Larry. In 2009, Larry moved to The Philippines where he married Rocelyn ‘Rose’ Dorias and began a new chapter of his life in Mabuhay on Negros Oriental Island. Life in the barangay of Mabuhay, population just over 2,000 people, was a special time is Larry’s life. Together they built a house and a new business venture with her daughter Karylle Dorias, the “Rose and Karylle” store. Larry had learned carpentry finish work in the states and built shelves and finished the rooftop seating area which became “Rose’s Loft.” He became the “Kano” (a male American) whom all knew because of his love of children, generosity and fun-loving nature. To celebrate Rose’s birthday on December 24, Christmas Eve, they gave food boxes (homemade fried chicken, spaghetti, pancit) to each child and mother along with toys for the children. This is how birthdays are celebrated there – giving not receiving gifts. At midnight each New Year’s Eve children gathered together since the Kano would toss coins into the street. He walked early every day with their dog Sleepy and everyone knew them both. In 2019 Larry and Rose moved to Carpinteria, California, for Larry to receive further medical treatment. They lived with his sister Sheila and dog Tulu, who quickly became Larry’s adoring dog who followed him everywhere. Larry is survived by his wife Rose (Dorias) of Carpinteria and Mabuhay, The Philippines; daughters Cindy (Dale) Piatt, Shari (Doug) Evans, Darlene Cook and fiancé Jim Reis; step-daughter Karylle Dorias; grandchildren Eric (Alesia) Juhl, Vincent (Michelle) Juhl, Sean (Brandi) Evans, Randy Evans, Kaitlyn (Josua) Gutierrez, Corey and Austin Bittner, Larry Dennis II; nine great-grandchildren Violette, Ryder, Primrose, Dean, Maverick, Liv, Mia, Maxwell, Alex; sisters Barbara Gebhart, Betty Birdsall and Sheila Tenold; former wife Sharon (Harris) of Hesperia, California; former wife Aileen (Barton) of Newport Beach; and Larry’s good friend since seventh grade, Gary Tippins. In addition to his parents Conrad Earl Cook and Frances Patricia Cook, he was preceded in death by his former wife Jean (Hiatala), his son Larry Dennis, beloved uncle and aunt Romey and Jane Cook, and several aunts, uncles and cousins.

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Ronald Ray Crawford 4/15/1943 – 7/20/2021

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of our beloved father, Ronald Ray Crawford, at age 78. He passed with his family by his side at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital on July 20, 2021. Born to Vivian and Marvin Crawford in Anaheim, California, Ron graduated Anaheim High School in 1961 and went on to be a roofer by trade. He soon married his high school sweetheart, Norma Kinsey, and they had three sons. Even after divorce, Ron and Norma remained friends and cherished their relationship. Ron was an adventurous person with a zest for life and its beauty. His spirituality led him to an interest in religion, following Christian and Buddhist teachings, always making sure to be kind to people no matter what their walk in life. He went on to travel the world, usually ending up somewhere tropical. He especially loved the humid air and salty sea of the Bahamas, Maui and the Big Island of Hawaii. He had a deep love of the ocean and made sure his boys grew up loving it like he did. He got them out surfing, fishing, swimming and free diving in some of the world’s most beautiful places. He also enjoyed playing and watching tennis. Ron loved Carpinteria, where his family’s historical roots kept him coming back. Ron eventually made this beautiful town his permanent home of more than four decades, until his passing. He had a smile for everyone and loved the people of Carpinteria. His family appreciates the long-lasting friendships he made which meant everything to him, especially in his older years. Ron is survived by his three sons, Jeff, Darrin and Eric and his two grandchildren, Aaron (32) and Holly (22), all of whom he was very proud and adored dearly. Ron will be loved and cherished through memory and spirit. A Life Celebration will be held at Carpinteria Beach on Saturday, Aug. 21 at 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. We’ll be paddling out at noon, so bring your boards or just join us on the beach for music and reminiscing about Ron’s life.

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schedule of agenda items and at this time, there are no issues with canceling the Aug. 23 city council meeting.”

Police report

Lieutenant Butch Arnoldi provided his regular report to the Carpinteria City Council at its Monday meeting, touching on the recent bout of graffiti done by juveniles at Carpinteria Unified School District. Councilmember Natalia Alarcon questioned what would happen to those juveniles who were caught tagging the school, expressing concern about incarceration or probation. Arnoldi clarified that the juveniles

would be sent to teen court, “an excellent, excellent program,” that has been around for many years. “It is teens themselves that are the judge and jury, shall we say. But in a lot of these cases, what we like to do is make it (into) an education component and (...) remove the graffiti for one, as a community service, and two, go pick up trash. It doesn’t have to be fines or incarceration or juvenile hall.” “Unfortunately, sometimes these youngsters think it’s fun and games to go out and do this. Why should mom and dad have to suffer and pay the monetary value of it? Put the burden back on

the perpetrators, make the kids go out there and work for the community and make them see how hard it is to clean up those five minutes of mess they made,” he added. “To scrub that graffiti off takes 10 times as long as it did for them to etch whatever they etched.”

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Old Town Carpinteria fiesta sweeps the town On July 24, Carpinteria celebrated its sixth annual Old Town Carpinteria Fiesta, held between 3:30 p.m. and 6 p.m. at the Carpinteria Veterans Memorial Building. Featuring Savanna Hoover as Carpinteria’s 2021 Junior Spirit of Fiesta and Ysabella Yturralde as Carpinteria’s 2021 Spirit of Fiesta, Carpinterians celebrated the fiesta’s joyful return.

Mariachi Orgullo de Mexico performed for the audience during the sixth annual Old Town Carpinteria Fiesta.

Savanna Hoover, left, and Ysabella Yturralde, right, were this year’s Junior Spirit of Fiesta and Spirit of Fiesta, respectively. They were honored at the event with 2021 La Presidenta Stephanie Petlow, center.

Bellas Artes Program hosts Aztec dance workshops

In Aztec culture, feathered headresses held cultural significance and were worn by warriors. The Bellas Artes Educational Outreach Program held three Aztec dance workshops in July, inviting residents of all ages to witness the ceremonies and performances. The workshops featured Kalpulli Mayahuel dancers, who taught the participants how to perform the dances. “The traditional three-legged Aztec drum beckoned residents of all ages outside to see their blessing ceremony and performance,” Kathleen Lord, program volunteer, said. “Then, step by step, the dancers taught the participants. Even with masks required, everyone could feel the smiles and happy energy.”

Children learned how to dance and play instruments during the Bellas Artes Aztec dance workshops.

At Dahlia Court children showed off their skills.

Residents of all ages at Chapel Court are encouraged to participate in Bellas Artes programs.

A Kalpulli Mayahuel dancer teaches children how to play the drums.

The opening ceremony of one of three of the Aztec dance Residents at Casa de las Flores donned festive clothing workshops included a ceremonial burning of incense. for the Aztec dance workshop.

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Carpinterian wins countywide WaterWise Garden contest

With a smartly designed water thrifty pollinator garden, Donna Grubisic of Carpinteria clinched the grand prize of the countywide WaterWise Garden Recognition Contest. The program recognizes beautiful, water-efficient residential gardens throughout Santa Barbara County. Entries to the contest came from people cultivating residential gardens in the Santa Barbara (city and county), Montecito, Carpinteria Valley and Vandenberg Village water districts. A winner from each district received an engraved sandstone sign to display in their gardens; and one gardener was selected as the grand prize winner – Carpinteria’s Donna Grubisic. “The winning gardens encompassed stunning displays of water wise and native plants, high-efficiency irrigation and a rain garden demonstration,” stated a press release from the county. Motivated by the 1990s drought, Grubisic removed her lawn and transformed her yard into a beautiful retreat for pollinators. She and her daughter designed the garden together, focusing on plants that would bring color and attract bees, butterflies and birds to the front yard. Grubisic, who has raised monarch butterflies and bees in the past, wanted to create a habitat for these species. The garden is water efficient and has no irrigation system installed; it is hand watered with a pressure-activated garden nozzle and uses rainwater captured in three 300-gallon cisterns attached to the side of the house. The garden features a downspout redirect into a dry creek bed as well as permeable pavers and walkways. Grubisic and her daughter continue to maintain the garden together and enjoy finding ways to update its design and colors. These home gardens demonstrate that water-wise, sustainable landscapes can be lush and colorful, low maintenance and provide habitat for pollinators and other

Donna Grubisic of Carpinteria clinched the grand prize of the countywide WaterWise Garden Recognition Contest. Her home is on the corner of Aragon and Azalea drives. wildlife. Many winners replaced their original lawns and now enjoy the added benefit of a lower water bill. After a dry winter, it is important to recognize residents who are doing their part to be water-wise while maintaining a beautiful garden. Visit to learn about the garden contest winners, water-wise gardening, rainwater harvesting, DIY videos and more.







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PASTRIES IN PARADISE H E AT H E R G I A C O N E This month I’m giving you a modern American twist on a classic French almond and brown butter cake dating back to the end of the 19th Century. Originally, these delicacies were made using rectangular molds, and once baked, were meant to resemble bars of gold. They were made to attract affluent Parisian bankers, hence the name financiers, and were sold at a pastry shop near the Paris stock exchange. Since most people likely don’t have a rectangular shaped mold lying around the house, I decided to switch it up and bake these cakes in muffin pans. Although not traditional, and one of my very strict French pastry instructors might lose sleep over this, I decided to top them with Galpin Farms peaches and Occhipinti Farms blueberries and sprinkle them with cinnamon sugar – because what can I say, it’s delicious!

Although you can use regular all-purpose flour, I made this recipe gluten-free by using The Food Liaison’s favorite and The French Laundry’s owner and executive chef Thomas Keller’s creation: Cup4Cup. It really works just like its name says, and I have found it is my favorite gluten-free flour substitute too. Feel free to use this product for any previous or future recipes I share with you if you prefer gluten-free desserts… it’s that good.

Financier batter

4 oz butter 3 egg whites (room temperature) ½ t vanilla extract ¾ cup almond flour 2 T gluten free all-purpose flour ¼ cup sugar ¼ cup packed light brown sugar ¾ t salt

Financier topping ½ yellow peach ¼-½ cup blueberries 2 t sugar 1 pinch cinnamon

Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. Spray a nonstick muffin pan with vegetable oil spray or brush with melted butter.


In a small saucepan, heat butter over medium until it starts to brown (3–4 minutes). Once butter is browning, whisk until you are left with a light brown butter with a nutty aroma. Pour butter into a heatproof container and cool until it is slightly warm but still liquidy. (If the butter is too hot, it will cook the egg whites.)

In a stand mixer fitted with a paddle attachment or a mixing bowl, use a spatula to mix flours with salt and sugars. Add egg whites and vanilla extract and mix until fully combined. Add warm brown butter and mix until fully incorporated. Scoop batter evenly into your prepared muffin pan filling mixture ¾ full. You should be able to fill six muffins worth.

Financier topping:

Cut the ½ peach into six wedges. Mix cinnamon and sugar and get blueberries ready to top cakes. Bake financers for six minutes. Pull cakes from the oven and quickly top each cake with a wedge of peach and two or three blueberries. Sprinkle with cinnamon sugar and quickly return back to the oven. Bake for an additional 15–20 mins or until cakes are golden brown and a toothpick inserted comes out clean.


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Cool cakes in pan. Once completely cooled, gently run a knife around the edge of the financiers. Invert the pan and gently tap the cakes out. Enjoy!


Chef Heather grew up in upstate New York. She followed her dream of living in Southern California and received her certificate in Culinary Arts at SBCC. She has worked at many places coast to coast, including Eleven Madison Park in New York City, and earned the Executive Pastry Chef title at San Ysidro Ranch in Montecito. She currently is head of the pastry program at The Food Liaison in Carpinteria and has gained a loyal following from near and far. She is passionate about bringing people joy with her delicious desserts.

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that would make the perfect introduction to graphic novels for young readers transitioning into longer stories. It’s available to check out at the library with a library card. —Blanca Ramirez, librarian, Carpinteria Library

“New Day Dawning” By Jonathan Kis-Lev

“Hippopotomister” By John Patrick Green

Hippo and his best friend, Red Panda, no longer like living at the zoo. Habitats are in disrepair, ticket sales are lacking, and the animals are neglected. Red Panda decides to leave and live amongst humans. He works a series of different jobs and comes back to visit Hippo to let him know how much better it is in the human world. With the help of Red Panda, Hippo leaves the zoo and is able to work all sorts of jobs, but he’s dissatisfied with all of them despite doing well in all of the positions. Red Panda, however, dives headfirst into each new role only to fail at every job. The only job Red Panda is successful in is working at a daycare facility where the children can’t get enough of him. But Hippo almost ends up sitting on a child and gets fired. They go back to the zoo and it’s in the worst shape it has ever been. Can Hippo save the zoo with his newfound skills? What can Red Panda do? Hippopotomister is a delightful read

This compelling novel is based on the lives of four Jewish people who lived under the floorboards of their former maid’s daughter’s bedroom. It is impossible to judge who were the bravest – the hidden or the hiders. Instant torture and death would be the Nazi’s punishment for all. They all survived. The boy was 16 and his uncle’s whispered lessons of math, science and physics filled the long hours. Freed, he goes alone to Paris where two Jewish Parisians take him in. The boy graduates from the Sorbonne. His long life (1928-2011) brings success, a wife and children. But past horrors bring survivor’s guilt, nightmares and complete emotional shut down. Helped by his second wife and others, he recovers. This heroic tale explains Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and gives us guidelines to help others and ourselves who are suffering with it. “New Day Dawning” is a must read. Its terror and its truth are too timely. Keep tissues handy! —Megan Shannon, Friends of the Library




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YouthWell to offer free mental health crisis training

YouthWell is offering free, one-day courses in Santa Barbara County, aiming to help residents be prepared in case someone they know is experiencing a mental health or substance abuse crisis. Space is available for the Aug. 10 or Aug. 19 classes, which will be held between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. The class is intended for parents, teachers and Santa Barbara County professionals who work with children between the ages of 12 and 18. The classes will focus on a five-step action plan and teaches participates how to offer support to those around them who may be struggling with a mental health crisis. At the completion of the course, participants will be awarded a three-year certification from the National Council for Behavioral Health. “It’s been a traumatic year. Youth have been impacted by school closures and social distancing guidelines, and they may not be forthcoming about any difficulties they are experiencing,” Annmarie Cameron, chief executive officer for the Mental Wellness Center, said in a press release. “Adults can make a huge difference by getting trained on how to respond to mental health concerns in a young person. Our goal is to train 500 additional community members this year.” A calendar featuring all the classes YouthWell offers is available at education. Learn more by emailing

CenCal Health rated high nationally in adolescent immunizations

Local health plan, CenCal Health, received high ratings across the United States’ Medicaid plans for adolescent immunizations and for adolescent weight assessment, CenCal Health announced on Monday. The results come from the Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set. CenCal Health is a health plan that partners with over 1,500 local hospitals and physicians and covers over 200,000 residents. Santa Barbara County was rated in the top 5% nationally for meningococcal, tdap and HPV immunizations for residents between the ages 9 to 13. San Luis Obispo County was rated in the top 5% nationally in the category of physical activity counseling of pediatric members, and in the top 10% of pediatric weight assessment ratings. Both counties received the highest rating for women’s postpartum care. “We are invested in educating and encouraging our members to engage in healthy eating and frequent physical activity, to promote overall good mental and physical health,” Dr. Karen Hord, CenCal Health deputy chief medical officer, said. Bob Freeman, CenCal Health CEO, added that “regular prevention health care has led to improved health outcomes.”






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Reports from the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office


Sunday, July 18

0721 hrs / Stolen Vehicle / Vallecito Place

A vehicle was stolen during the night. The vehicle was left unlocked with the keys inside.

0835 hrs / Warrant Arrest / 800 block Concha Loma

Hello from Grover Hot Springs State Park

CVN’s June 23, 2021 edition, featuring the opening of the skatepark, hopped along for the ride with the Kessler-Luthard family on their trip to Grover Hot Springs State Park near Markleeville. The family spent some quality time off the grid, and felt the recent earthquake “big time,” the family emphasized. “(We’re) hoping that firefighters have success keeping the new wildfire in the area contained,” Andre Luthard wrote.

A man was contacted while walking westbound on Concha Loma from Arbol Verde Street. A records check confirmed he had nine outstanding misdemeanor warrants for his arrest. He was arrested and booked into Santa Barbara County Jail.

0846 hrs / Stolen Vehicle / Ogan Road

A vehicle was stolen during the night. The vehicle was left unlocked with the keys inside.

Monday, July 19

0812 hrs / Stolen Vehicle / 4600 block 7th Street

The reporting party’s truck was stolen sometime between July 17 and July 19. The vehicle was left unlocked, and the owner has a spare key. The original key had been lost a week prior.

0846 hrs / Trespassing/ Sandyland Cove

A transient man damaged a no trespassing sign, trespassed on private property, lunged at and threatened a resident at Sandyland Cove. The man was uncooperative and attempted to walk away when contacted. The victim signed a citizen’s arrest, and the man was booked into Santa Barbara County Jail.

Celebrating birthdays in Nashville with CVN

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1949 hrs / Failure to Yield / Vallecito Road

A deputy attempted to stop a vehicle for an equipment violation. The vehicle pulled into a parking lot but accelerated and fled north on Casitas Pass Road and then onto Hwy 101. The deputy did not chase after the suspect vehicle because it was driving recklessly towards a busy intersection. Deputies who were in the area of Hwy 101 near Summerland saw the vehicle, but it again sped northbound.

2300 hrs / Suspicious Circumstances / Sawyer Avenue

Deputies were dispatched to a report of suspicious circumstances at a residence for sale located on Sawyer Avenue. The reporting party, who is the realtor, said they arrived at the house and discovered the front door open. No signs of forced entry were noticed. Deputies searched the interior of the home with the assistance of K9-1 and nobody was located in the home.

Tuesday, July 20

0627 hrs / Graffiti / 4800 block Foothill Road

An unknown suspect tagged numerous areas of the high school with a paint pen. The damage was estimated at $8,000.

1135 hrs / Trespassing / East Mountain Road

A resident who leases a property reported that the landlord continues to show up unannounced and wander around the property or into the residence.

1609 hrs / Check Fraud / Romero Canyon

A reporting party stated that a $1,400 check was taken out of the mail and cashed in Chicago.

2144 hrs / Prowler / East Mountain Road

The reporting party stated that two unknown males were spotted on the property, who ran through the front yard and out a side gate once they heard the homeowners. The reporting party provided deputies with video evidence.

Wednesday, July 21

1547 hrs / Theft / 5700 block Carpinteria Avenue

A reporting party came into the coastal police station to report that an unknown suspect(s) hacked into her bank account and stole approximately $7,000.

1622 hrs / Theft / 6900 block Casitas Pass Road

A suspect made fake checks to himself using the victim’s account information and cashed the checks in Santa Paula. The value of the checks cashed was about $1,250. The investigation is continuing.

Thursday, July 22

1900 hrs / Theft / Padaro Lane

Sometime between 1500 and 1700 hours, unknown suspect(s) forced entry to the victim’s locked vehicle and took six credit cards from the victim’s wallet.

2131 hrs / Possession / Camino Carreta

A reporting party called and reported that a vehicle was stopped at the intersection of Camino Carreta and Rincon Road with its flashers on. Deputies discovered the driver asleep inside of the vehicle. Drug paraphernalia was seen next to him. The driver was removed from the vehicle, and deputies discovered a meth pipe and a small Ziplock bag with residue of a white powdery substance inside. The driver was cited.

Friday, July 23

1147 hrs / Attempted Break-In / 3900 block Via Real

A reporting party called to report an unknown person used an unknown prying device to attempt to gain access to his vehicle. The pry marks were seen around the lock on the driver’s side door.

1800 hrs / Lewd Conduct / 5200 block Carpinteria Avenue

Deputies received a call of an intoxicated male walking on the roadway. Before contacting the male, dispatch advised the male was in City Market displaying aggression towards the clerk. Deputies contacted the male, who displayed signs of being under the influence of a controlled substance and alcohol. He was arrested.

Saturday, July 24

0426 hrs / Public Intoxication / Casitas Pass Road

A woman called to seek assistance because she was disoriented. She said she thought she was in San Diego. She was arrested for public intoxication.

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Is your house as smart as your car? CVN

LET’S TALK TEK M I C H A E L AV E R Y Last month, I touched on the topic of smart homes and smart buildings, and it got me to thinking about the new world of IoT (internet of things) and how our cars have gotten very smart and well-integrated, whereas our homes are another story. Yes, there are all sorts of systems and hardware to accomplish this, both professionally installed and DIY. You have Control4, which I mentioned previously, and then you have all the initiatives by Cox Communications, Vivint, Amazon, Google, Apple and so on. By the end of 2020, there will be 51.2 million connected (smart) homes in the United States. Compare that with an estimated 169 million connected automobiles by 2022, giving us three times more smart cars than homes. This does not make sense and has been a subject I have spoken to since I introduced smart homes to builders in the Pacific Northwest in the late 80s. Before I continue with today’s topic, I wanted to circle back on the terminology I referenced earlier, IoT (internet of things). I do not want to leave you in the dark or wondering what the heck I am talking about. IoT refers to a system of interrelated, internet-connected objects that are able to collect and transfer data over a wireless network without human intervention. The possibilities are endless. A “thing” can refer to a connected medical device, a biochip transponder (think livestock), a solar panel, a connected automobile with sensors that alert the driver to a myriad of possible issues (fuel, tire pressure, needed maintenance and more) or any object, outfitted with sensors, that has the ability to gather and transfer data over a network. The smart home began in 1972 with the introduction of X10 powerline carrier control products. The smart car came

“Wouldn’t it be nice if when you came home after dark, the lights came on automatically?”

into being in 1996 with the introduction of OnStar. So even with a 24-year head start, smart homes have nowhere near the acceptance or market penetration as smart cars. Some 20 years ago, I reached out to OnStar when I was working with a company called GE Smart to discuss the potential of introducing an OnStar Home program. The problem was that these were car guys, and they were stuck in their own universe and did not see the value. I thought they were shortsighted back then, and I still do. Wouldn’t it be nice if when you came home after dark, the lights came on automatically? Wouldn’t it be nice if a “check home” light came on to let you know a system required attention? Wouldn’t it be nice if you could push a button and ask for help? I think the answer to my question – Is your house as smart as your car? – will typically be a resounding “no.” I am here to say that it does not have to be. Simply look at what you like about your car and take some time to surf the internet, ask a friend or give me a shout to talk about how you can make your home smarter. If you have a question about technology, please reach out to me at michael@ or just give me a call at (805) 684-3414. I love talking tek. Michael Avery brings decades of experience to his projects and his clients. He has served as an owner, partner, principal and employee of some of the most progressive companies in the electronic systems market sector. Additionally, he has provided professional consulting services to a multitude of leading companies in the industry, including Panasonic Technologies, CEDIA, AMX, Microsoft, GE Industrial, CompUSA and Paradise Theater.

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Case No. 20RVP-00000-00058, a Revised Development Plan, Case No. 10DVP-00000-00010, to allow for the demolition of three existing greenhouses, construction of one 58,396 square foot (sq. ft.) addition to an existing greenhouse, construction of one new 24,751 sq. ft. packing and shipping building, expansion of the existing storm water detention facilities, and 19,840 cubic yards (CY) of associated grading pursuant to Section 35-174 (Development Plans) of Article II, the Coastal Zoning Ordinance; and,


Case No. 21CUP-00000-00006, a Minor Conditional Use Permit, to allow for cannabis processing, packing and shipping within a new purpose-built facility, in compliance with Section 35-102F (Carpinteria Agricultural Overlay District) of Article II, the Coastal Zoning Ordinance; and,


Case No. 18CDH-00000-00031, a Coastal Development Permit with Hearing, to allow a change of crop from cut flowers to 7.98 acres of mixed-light cannabis cultivation, cannabis nursery cultivation, cannabis processing, 19,140 CY of grading associated with the new processing building and expansion of the storm water detention facilities, and demolish three existing greenhouses in compliance with Sections 35-169 (Coastal Development Permits) and Section 35-144U (Cannabis Regulations) of Article II, the Coastal Zoning Ordinance and to effectuate the Revised Development Plan and Minor Conditional Use Permit in compliance with Sections 35-174 (Development Plans) and 35-172 (Conditional Use Permits) , Article II, the Coastal Zoning Ordinance.

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The registrant began cordance with subdivision (a) of section transacting business on Feb 01, 2021. 17920, a fictitious name statement generSigned: CESAR JIMENEZ, MANAGER. In ally expires at the end of five years from accordance with subdivision (a) of section the date on which it was filed in the office 17920, a fictitious name statement generof County except, provided allythe expires at Clerk, the end of fiveas years from in (b) ofit section 17920, thesubdivision date on which was filed in thewhere office itofexpires 40 days after any change in the the County Clerk, except, as provided facts set forth (b) in of thesection statement pursuant in subdivision 17920, where to section40 17913 thanchange a change in it expires days other after any in the the of a registered factsresidence set forth inaddress the statement pursuant owner. A new fi ctitious business name to section 17913 other than a change in must be filed before the of expiration. The the residence address a registered fiowner. ling of Athis statement not ofname itself new fictitiousdoes business authorize in this state of a fictitious must be fithe leduse before the expiration. The filing of this statement does not rights of itself business name in violation of the of authorizeunder the use in this State, state oforacommon fictitious another Federal, business name in1441 violation of theBusiness rights of law (see section Et Seq., another under Federal, or common and Professions code).State, I hereby certify law (see 1441copy Et Seq., this copy section is a correct of theBusiness original and Professions code). I hereby certify statement on file in my offi ce. Joseph E. this copy County is a correct copy of the (SEAL) original Holland, Clerk-Recorder statement on file in my office. Joseph E. FBN2021-0001534. Holland, County Clerk-Recorder (SEAL) FBN2021-0001918. Publish: June 17, 24, July 1, 8, 2021

_________________________________ Publish: July 8, 15, 22, 29, 2021 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME _________________________________ STATEMENT. The following Entity(ies) FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME is/are doing business as JOHANNES STATEMENT. The following Entity(ies) RANCH at business 4990 FOOTHILL ROAD, is/are doing as SEA BREEZE CARPINTERIA, CA 93013. name of COTTAGE at 222 EAST Full CARRILLO registrant(s): JOHANNES A PERSOON STREET #304, SANTA BARBARA, CA at SAME This business is 93101. FullADDRESS. name of registrant(s): BAIRD conducted by an Individual. ThisLLC stateWEALTH STRATEGY GROUP at ment filed withAS theABOVE. County 6/09/2021. SAMEwas ADDRESS This busiThe began nessregistrant is conducted bytransacting a Limited business Liability on Jan 02, 1968. Signed: JOHANNES Company. This statement was filed with PERSOON, OWNER. In accordance the County 7/08/2021. The registrant with of section 17920, begansubdivision transacting(a) business on July 01, 2021. Signed: KEVIN BAIRD, MEMBER. a fictitious name statement generally In accordance with (a)the of expires at the end of fisubdivision ve years from section 17920,it awas fictitious date on which filed in name the offistatece of ment generally expires at the end of fi ve the County Clerk, except, as provided in years from the date on which it was filed subdivision (b) of section 17920, where it in the offi cedays of the County Clerk, except, expires 40 after any change in the as provided (b) ofpursuant section facts set forthin insubdivision the statement 17920, where it expires 40 days after any to section 17913 other than a change in change in the facts set forth in the statethe residence address of a registered ment pursuant to section 17913 other than owner. A new fictitious business name a change in the residence address of a must be filed before the expiration. The registered owner. A new fictitious business filing of this statement does not of itself name must be filed before the expiration. authorize the use in this state of a fictitious The filing of this statement does not of business name in violation of the rights of itself authorize the use in this state of a another Federal, or common fictitiousunder business nameState, in violation of the law (see section under 1441 Et Seq., Business rights of another Federal, State, or and Professions code). I hereby certify common law (see section 1441 Et Seq., this copy and is a Professions correct copycode). of the Ioriginal Business hereby statement file isin amy office.copy Joseph E. certify this on copy correct of the Holland, County Clerk-Recorder original statement on file in my(SEAL) office. FBN2021-0001711. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk-Recorder (SEAL) FBN2021-0001989. Publish: June 17, 24, July 1, 8, 2021 _________________________________ Publish: July 15, 22, 29, August 5, 2021 _________________________________ F ICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME F I C T I T I O U S The B Ufollowing S I N E S SEntity(ies) NAME STATEMENT. STATEMENT. The following Entity(ies) is/are doing business as PRESTIGE is/are doing business as CARPINTERIA POOL & SPA MAINTENANCE at 5390 VALLEY LUMBER at 915 ELMC,AVENUE, OVERPASS ROAD, SUITE SANTA CARPINTERIA, CA 93013. Full address) name of BARBARA, CA 93111 (mailing registrant(s): 915UNIT ELM202, AVENUE CVL, 5750 VIA REAL, CARPINTELLC CA at SAME business RIA, 93013.ADDRESS. Full name ofThis registrant(s): is conducted by a Limited Liability PRESTIGE POOL & SPA, INC. at 5750 Company. statement was filed with VIA REAL, This UNIT 202, CARPINTERIA, the County 07/13/2021. The registrant CA 93013. This business is conducted by began transacting business on Jan 02, a Corporation. This statement was filed 2016. Signed: JASON MINTEER, VICE with the County 6/21/2021. The registrant PRESIDENT /GENERAL MANAGER. In began transacting business on N/A. accordance with subdivision (a) of section Signed: RUIZ, PRESIDENT. In 17920, aBRANDON fictitious name statement generaccordance subdivision (a)years of section ally expires with at the end of five from 17920, fictitious the datea on whichname it wasstatement filed in thegeneroffice ally expires at Clerk, the end of fiveas years from of the County except, provided the date on which was filed in thewhere office in subdivision (b) ofit section 17920, of the County Clerk, except, as provided it expires 40 days after any change in the in subdivision 17920, where facts set forth(b) in of thesection statement pursuant ittoexpires 40 days after any change in section 17913 other than a changethe in facts set forth inaddress the statement pursuant the residence of a registered to section 17913 other than a change in owner. A new fictitious business name mustresidence be filed before the of expiration. The the address a registered filing of Athis statement not ofname itself owner. new fictitiousdoes business authorize in this state of a fictitious must be fithe leduse before the expiration. The name in violation of the of fibusiness ling of this statement does not rights of itself another under Federal, authorize the use in this State, state oforacommon fictitious law (see section Et Seq., business name in1441 violation of theBusiness rights of and Professions code).State, I hereby certify another under Federal, or common this (see copy section is a correct of the original law 1441copy Et Seq., Business statement on fi le in my offi ce. Joseph E. and Professions code). I hereby certify Holland, Clerk-Recorder (SEAL) this copy County is a correct copy of the original FBN2021-0002044. Publish: July 15, 22, 29, August 5, 2021

statement on file in my office. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk-Recorder (SEAL) FBN2021-0001816.

_________________________________ Publish: June 24, July 1, 8, 15, 2021 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME _________________________________ STATEMENT. F I C T I T I O U S The B Ufollowing S I N E S SEntity(ies) NAME is/are doing business as TATTERED, STATEMENT. The following Entity(ies) is/ TYED&KNOTTED 3950 VIA REAL, are doing business asatAMERICAN FLAG SPC 54,at CARPINTERIA, CA 93013. & GIFT 5095 SIXTH ST, CARPINTEFull name of registrant(s): ASHLEY RIA, CA 93013. Full name of registrant(s): M PLANTE at SAME ADDRESS. This WONDERFUL THINGS, INC. at SAME business is conducted by an Individual. ADDRESS. This business is conducted by This statement was filed with the County a Corporation. This statement was filed 07/09/2021. The registrant began transwith thebusiness County 06/11/2021. The registrant acting on July 05, 2021. Signed: began transacting on Junewith 01, ASHLEY In accordance 2021. Signed: MONICA ROMERO, subdivision (a) of section 17920, aCFO. fictiIn accordance with subdivision (a) of tious name statement generally expires section 17920, fictitious stateat the end of fivea years fromname the date on ment atce the of five whichgenerally it was filedexpires in the offi of end the County years the as date on which it was filed Clerk, from except, provided in subdivision in office of17920, the County except, (b)the of section whereClerk, it expires 40 as provided subdivision of set section days after anyinchange in the(b) facts forth 17920, where it expires after any in the statement pursuant40 todays section 17913 other than a facts change theinresidence change in the set in forth the stateaddress of a registered new than fictiment pursuant to sectionowner. 17913Aother tious business name must be filed before a change in the residence address of a the expiration. The filingfiof this statement registered owner. A new ctitious business does not of be itself authorize the expiration. use in this name must filed before the statefiof a fictitious business name violaThe ling of this statement doesinnot of tion of the rights of another under Federal, itself authorize the use in this state of a State, or common law (see section 1441 Et fictitious business name in violation of the Seq., Business Professions code).orI rights of anotherand under Federal, State, hereby certify this copy is a correct of common law (see section 1441 Etcopy Seq., the original statement on file in my office. Business and Professions code). I hereby Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk-Recorder certify this copy is a correct copy of the (SEAL) FBN2021-0002003. original statement on file in my office. Publish: July 22, 29, August 5, 12, 2021 Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk-Recorder _________________________________ (SEAL) FBN2021-0001731. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT. The following Entity(ies) Publish: June 24, Julyas1,TALES 8, 15, 2021 is/are doing business BY PHO_________________________________ TOGRAPHY at 160 WILLOW SPRINGS F I C T I T I O U S B U S I N E S S N A Mof E LN, 10, GOLETA, CA 93117. Full name STATEMENT. The following registrant(s): CECILIA RUBIOEntity(ies) at SAME is/are doing This business as CARBON EMADDRESS. business is conducted BLEMS’ at 408 VINELAND DR, SANTA by an Individual. This statement was MARIA, CAthe 93455. (MAILING ADDRESS) filed with County 07/20/2021. The PO BOX 3238, SANTAMARIA, CA 93457. registrant began transacting business on Full of registrant(s): L July name 08, 2021. Signed: CECIJARROD RUBIO. In accordance with subdivision of SANTA section PYTELL at 408 VINELAND (a) DR, 17920, aCA fictitious generMARIA, Thisstatement business is conally expires at the end of fiThis ve years from ducted by a Corporation. statement the date which it was fi6/02/2021. led in the offi ce was filedon with the County The of the County Clerk, except, business as provided registrant began transacting on in subdivision (b) of section 17920, where May 13, 2021. Signed: JARROD PYTELL, it expires 40 after any change in the OWNER. In days accordance with subdivision factsofset forth in the statement pursuant (a) section 17920, a fictitious name to section generally 17913 other than at a the change in statement expires end of residence of awhich registered fithe ve years from address the date on it was owner. A new fictitious business name filed in the office of the County Clerk, must be filed before the expiration. The except, as provided in subdivision (b) of filing of this statement does not of itself section 17920, where it expires 40 days authorize the use in this state of a fictitious after any change in the facts set forth in the business name in violation of the rights of statement pursuant to section other another under Federal, State,17913 or common than a change the residence address law (see sectionin1441 Et Seq., Business of a registered owner. A new fi ctitious and Professions code). I hereby certify business must copy be filed before the this copy name is a correct of the original expiration. this does statement The on fifileling in of my offistatement ce. Joseph E. not of itself authorize the use in this state Holland, County Clerk-Recorder (SEAL) of a fictitious business name in violation FBN2021-0002118. of the rights of another under Federal, State, or July common law (see section 1441 Publish: 22, 29, August 5, 12, 2021 Et Seq., Business and Professions code). I _________________________________ hereby copy correct copy F I C T I certify T I O Uthis S B U SisI Na E SS N A Mof E the original statement on file in Entity(ies) my office. STATEMENT. The following is/are doing business asClerk-Recorder ADVANCED Joseph E. Holland, County SOLARFBN2021-0001643. POWER & ENERGY at 1241 E (SEAL) FESTLER ST, SANTA MARIA, CA 93454 Full name of27, registrant(s): Publish: May June 3, 10, SANTELLA 17, 2021 BUSINESS SERVICES INC at SAME _________________________________ ADDRESS. F I C T I T I O This U S business B U S I Nis E conducted S S N A Mby E a Corporation. The This following statementEntity(ies) was filed STATEMENT. with thedoing County 07/12/2021. The regisis/are business as GALERIE trant began transacting at business on N/A. HUGHIE LEE-SMITH 1240 CAMINO Signed: NATALIE SANTELLA, CFO. CA In MANADERO, SANTA BARBARA, accordance with subdivision (a) of section 93111. (Mailing address) PO BOX 30665, 17920, a fictitious name statement generSANTA BARBARA, 93130. Full name of ally expires at the end of five years from registrant(s): STEPHANIE A PATTERSON the date on which it was filed in the office at 1240 CAMINO MANADERO, SANTA of the County Clerk, except, as provided BARBARA, This17920, business is in subdivisionCA (b)93111. of section where conducted an Individual. This stateit expires 40bydays after any change in the ment filed with thestatement County 6/29/2021. facts was set forth in the pursuant The registrant began transacting business to section 17913 other than a change in on 02, 2008. Signed: the Oct residence address of STEPHANIE a registered PATTERSON, In accordance owner. A new OWNER. fictitious business name with (a) the of section 17920, must subdivision be filed before expiration. The a fictitious name statement generally filing of this statement does not of itself expires atthe theuse endinof five years the authorize this state of afrom fictitious date on which filed in ce of business nameitinwas violation of the the offi rights another under Federal, State, or common the County Clerk, except, as provided in law (see section Et 17920, Seq., Business subdivision (b) of 1441 section where it and Professions code). expires 40 days after anyI hereby change certify in the this copy is a correct copy of thepursuant original facts set forth in the statement statement on fi le in my offi ce. Joseph to section 17913 other than a change E. in Holland, Countyaddress Clerk-Recorder (SEAL) the residence of a registered FBN2021-0002024. owner. A new fictitious business name must be filed before the expiration. The Julystatement 22, 29, August 12,of2021 fiPublish: ling of this does5,not itself _________________________________ authorize the use in this state of a fictitious F I C T I T I O U S B U S I N E S S N A Mof E business name in violation of the rights STATEMENT. The following another under Federal, State, orEntity(ies) common is/are doing business as J RUSSELL law (see section 1441 Et Seq., Business CREATIVE at 770 ARBOL VERDE ST, and Professions code). I hereby certify CARPINTERIA, CA 93013. Full name of this copy is a correct copy of the original registrant(s): JULIE E RUSSELL at SAME statement on file in my office. Joseph E. ADDRESS. This business is conducted by Holland, CountyThis Clerk-Recorder (SEAL) an Individual. statement was filed FBN2021-0001904. with the County 07/14/2021. The registrant began transacting business on June 30, Publish: July 1, 8, 15,RUSSELL, 22, 2021 OWNER/ 2016. Signed: JULIE _________________________________ PROPRIETOR. In accordance with subF I C T I T I O U S B U S I N E S Sa fiNctitious AME division (a) of section 17920, STATEMENT. following Entity(ies) name statementThe generally expires at the is/are business as date PAMonANDERend of doing five years from the which it SON SKIN CARE 2173 ORTEGA was filed in the office at of the County Clerk, HILL RD, CA 93067. except, as SUMMERLAND, provided in subdivision (b) of section 17920, it expiresAVENUE, 40 days (mailing address)where 543 ARROYO after anyBARBARA, change in the set forth in the SANTA CA facts 93109 Full name of statement pursuant to section 17913 other registrant(s): PAMELA G SHALHOOB at thanARROYO a changeAVENUE, in the residence address 543 SANTA BARBAof aCA registered owner. A new fictitious RA, 93109. This business is conducted business name must be filed before by an Individual. This statement was fithe led expiration. The fi6/22/2021. ling of this statement does with the County The registrant not of itself authorize the use in this state began transacting business on Jan 01, of a fictitious business name in violation 1999. Signed: PAMELA SHALHOOB, of the rights of another with under Federal, OWNER. In accordance subdivision State, or common law (see section 1441 (a) of section 17920, a fictitious name Et Seq., Business and Professions code). I statement generally expires at the end of hereby certify this copy is a correct copy of five years from the date on which it was the original statement on file in my office. filed in the office of the County Clerk, Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk-Recorder except, as provided in subdivision (b) of (SEAL) FBN2021-0002063. section 17920, where it expires 40 days after any July change theAugust facts set in the Publish: 22, in 29, 5, forth 12, 2021 statement pursuant to section 17913 other _________________________________ than F I C TaI change T I O U Sin Bthe U Sresidence I N E S S address NAME of a registered The owner. A newEntity(ies) fictitious STATEMENT. following

is/are doing business as INSPIRE at 601 DEL NORTE, SANTA MARIA, CA 93455. Full name of registrant(s): AN-

Coastal View News • Carpinteria, California business name must be filed before the expiration. The filing of this statement does not of itself authorize the use in this state EESA RIVAS business at SAMEname ADDRESS. This of a fictitious in violation business is conducted byunder an Individual. of the rights of another Federal, This statement waslaw filed with the County State, or common (see section 1441 07/15/2021. The and registrant begancode). trans-I Et Seq., Business Professions acting business oncopy N/A.isSigned: ANEESA hereby certify this a correct copy of RIVAS. In accordance withfile subdivision (a) the original statement on in my office. of section 17920, a fictitious name stateJoseph E. Holland, County Clerk-Recorder ment generally expires at the end of five (SEAL) FBN2021-0001831. years from the date on which it was filed in the office of the County Clerk, except, Publish: July 1, 8, 15, 22, 2021 as provided in subdivision (b) of section _________________________________ 17920, where it expires 40 days after any F I C T I TinI Othe U Sfacts B Uset S Iforth N E SinS the NA ME change stateSTATEMENT. following ment pursuant toThe section 17913Entity(ies) other than is/are doing as BILL’S COPY a change in business the residence address of a SHOP at 1536 STATE SANTA registered owner. A new STREET, fictitious business BARBARA, 93101. name of name must beCA filed before Full the expiration. registrant(s): LISA MARTIN at not 1054 The filing of this statement does of ELM LANE, CARPINTERIA, 93013. itself authorize the use in thisCA state of a This business is conducted by an Indifictitious business name in violation of the vidual. statement filed State, with the rights ofThis another under was Federal, or common6/22/2021. law (see section 1441 Etbegan Seq., County The registrant Business andbusiness Professions I hereby transacting on code). N/A. Signed: certifyMARTIN, this copyOWNER. is a correct copy of the LISA In accordance original statement(a)onoffile in my17920, office. with subdivision section Joseph E. Holland, Clerk-Recorder a fictitious name County statement generally (SEAL) FBN2021-0002076. expires at the end of five years from the date on which it was filed in the office of Publish: JulyClerk, 22, 29, August 12, 2021in the County except, as5,provided subdivision (b) of section 17920, where it _________________________________ expires 40 days after any change in the INforth THEinMATTER OF THE facts set the statement pursuant APPLICATION OF to section 17913 other than a change in DRESDEN EUGENE DUCKWORTH the residence address of a registered SHOW CAUSE name owner.ORDER A new TO fictitious business FOR OFexpiration. NAME: The must be filedCHANGE before the CASE NO. 21CV02485 filing of this statement does not of itself authorize the use in this state of a fictitious TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: business name in violation of the rights of Petitioner: another under Federal, State, or common KRISTINA MICHELLE DUCKWORTH law (see section 1441 Et Seq., Business filed Professions a petition withcode). this court for a decree and I hereby certify changing names as follows: this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. Joseph E. Present name: Holland, County Clerk-Recorder (SEAL) DRESDEN EUGENE DUCKWORTH FBN2021-0001830. Proposed name: DRESDEN Publish: JulyEUGENE 1, 8, 15, BAILEY 22, 2021

_________________________________ THE all persons F I C TCOURT I T I O U SORDERS B U S I Nthat ESS NAME interested in this shall appear STATEMENT. Thematter following Entity(ies) before doing this court at the hearing indicated is/are business as ANYFLAG. belowatto5095 show cause, any, why the COM SIXTH ST, ifCARPINTERIA, petition for change of name should not CA 93013. Full name of registrant(s): be granted. Any person objecting to the WONDERFUL THINGS, INC. at SAME name changes described above must fiby le ADDRESS. This business is conducted a written objection thatstatement include thewas reasons a Corporation. This filed for the at least two days with the objection County 07/01/2021. Thecourt registrant before the matter is scheduled heard began transacting business to onbeMarch and 2019. must appear the hearing to show 01, Signed:atMONICA ROMERO, cause why the petitionwith the subdivision petition should CFO. In accordance (a) notsection be granted. written name objection is of 17920,If ano fictitious statetimely fi led, the court may grant the petition ment generally expires at the end of five without a hearing. years from the date on which it was filed

in the office of the County Clerk, except, NOTICE OF in HEARING August 2021 as provided subdivision (b) of31, section at 10:00 am, itDept: 3,40 Superior Court 17920, where expires days after any of California, Santa Barbara, change in the County facts setofforth in the state1100 pursuant Anacapa to Street, Santa Barbara, CA ment section 17913 other than 93101. A copy of this order toaddress Show Cause a change in the residence of a shall be published in the Carpinteriaregistered owner. A new fictitious business Summerland Viewthe a newspaper name must beCoastal filed before expiration. of general printed The filing ofcirculation, this statement does in notthis of county, at least once each week for of four itself authorize the use in this state a successive weeks prior to the date set for fictitious business name in violation of the the hearing on theunder petition. Dated State, June 24, rights of another Federal, or 2021 by Thomas Anderle, Judge the common law (seeP.section 1441 Et of Seq., Superior Court. Business and Professions code). I hereby certify this copy is a correct copy of the FILED BY the Superior California original statement on Court file inofmy office. County E. of Holland, Santa Barbara 05/05/2021. Joseph County on Clerk-Recorder Darrel E. Parker, Executive Officer by (SEAL) FBN2021-0001935. Chavez, Terri, Deputy Clerk. Publish: July 8, 15, 22, 29, 2021 Publish: July 8, 15, 22, 29, 2021 _________________________________ _________________________________ IN THE MATTER OF THE IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION OFTHE APPLICATION OF DRESDEN EUGENE DUCKWORTH MADILYN SCHRADER ORDER ROSE TO SHOW CAUSE AMENDED ORDER TO CAUSE FOR CHANGE OFSHOW NAME: FOR CHANGE OF NAME: CASE NO. 21CV02485 CASE NO. 21CV02079 TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Petitioner: Petitioner: MICHELLE CRYSTAL KERRIGAN KRISTINA DUCKWORTH led a a petition petition with with this this court court for for a a decree decree fifiled changing names as follows: changing names as follows: Present name: name: Present MADILYN ROSE SCHRADER DRESDEN EUGENE DUCKWORTH Proposed name: MADILYN name: ROSE KERRIGAN Proposed

DRESDEN EUGENE BAILEY THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in ORDERS this matter shall appear THE COURT that all persons before this court at matter the hearing interested in this shallindicated appear below this to show if any, indicated why the before court cause, at the hearing petitiontoforshow change of name should not below cause, if any, why the be granted. Any person objecting to not the petition for change of name should name changes described above must file be granted. Any person objecting to the a written objection that include the reasons name changes described above must file for the objection at least two court days a written objection that include the reasons before matter is be heard for the the objection atscheduled least two to court days and must the hearing to heard show before the appear matter isatscheduled to be cause whyappear the petition petitiontoshould and must at thethe hearing show not bewhy granted. If no written objection is cause the petition the petition should timely led, the court grantobjection the petition not befigranted. If nomay written is withoutfiled, a hearing. timely the court may grant the petition

without a hearing. NOTICE OF HEARING August 31, 2021 at 8:30 am, SM2, Superior Court of NOTICE OFDept: HEARING August 31, 2021 California, County of Santa Barbara,Court 312at 10:00 am, Dept: 3, Superior C E. COOK STREET, MARIA, CA of California, County SANTA of Santa Barbara, 93454. A copy of this order to Show Cause 1100 Anacapa Street, Santa Barbara, CA shall be published in theto Carpinteria93101. A copy of this order Show Cause Summerland CoastalinView newspaper shall be published the aCarpinteriaof general circulation, printed in this Summerland Coastal View a newspaper county, at least once each week of general circulation, printed for in four this successive weeks prior to the datefor setfour for county, at least once each week the hearingweeks on theprior petition. Dated successive to the date setJuly for 6, 2021 by on James F. Rigali, Judge of 24, the the hearing the petition. Dated June Superior Court. P. Anderle, Judge of the 2021 by Thomas Superior Court. FILED BY the Superior Court of California CountyBY of Santa Barbara on 07/06/2021. FILED the Superior Court of California Darrel E. Parker, Executive Officer by County of Santa Barbara on 05/05/2021. Willoughby, Norma, Deputy Clerk. Darrel E. Parker, Executive Officer by Chavez, Terri, Deputy Clerk. Publish: July 22, 29, August 5, 12, 2021 ________________________________ Publish: July 8, 15, 22, 29, 2021

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THURSDAY 29 GIRLS INC. COCKTAILS & CONVERSATIONS Kicking off the organization’s 50th anniversary, the community is invited to join Girls Inc. of Carpinteria for cocktails and conversations to celebrate the nonprofit organization’s programs, take a tour of its campus and mingle with Girls Inc. alumnae, board members and staff. Girls Inc. of Carpinteria, 5315 Foothill Road, Carpinteria. RSVP to or call (805) 684-6364. 6 p.m. – 7 p.m. FREE





SATURDAY 31 MUSEUM MARKETPLACE The Carpinteria Valley Museum of History will sponsor the monthly Museum Marketplace benefit on Saturday on the museum grounds. Sixty-five vendor spaces will overflow with antiques and collectibles, hand-crafted gifts, plants, and bargains on vintage goods of every description including jewelry, furniture, clothing, books, tools, toys and more. Tax-deductible donations of quality used items for the museum’s rummage tables will be accepted any time prior to the day of the marketplace. For information, call (805) 684-3112. 956 Maple Ave. 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. FREE

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The Food Liaison teams up with skatepark for Christmas in July BY RYAN P. CRUZ

For The Food Liaison’s fourth annual Christmas in July fundraiser, it teamed up with Carp Skate Foundation, which has spent the summer in a final push to make the new skatepark a reality. “It’s truly amazing, and so rad,” said Julia Mayer, foundation board member and skate-mom, who is one of the “supreme leaders” of this summer’s events and fundraisers. The Christmas in July fundraiser started Monday, July 26, and features vegan sugar cookies by Rori’s Artisanal Creamery. On the first day, the community was already showing up to show support and the team was well on their way to selling out the cookies and receiving a donation of nearly $25,000 through a fund-matching pledge drive with over

Clockwise from top left, Jaime Diamond, Hans and Hanna Brand, Bubba Costas and Roy Lee stopped by to buy cookies and support the skatepark.

20 local businesses and donors. “It takes special people to make special things happen,” read a social media post from The Food Liaison. “Thank you to Rori’s for signing on to be part of this special idea to help Carp Skatepark get closer to construction.” The Food Liaison decided to use this year’s fundraiser to raise awareness and help raise money for the new park. Once 200 cookies are sold, the funds are “unlocked,” and the skatepark will receive the donations. Autumn Brands, Channel Islands Surfboards, Jordano’s and Glass House Farms are among the businesses that made a “$1,000 cookie pledge” towards the park. City Councilmember Roy Lee came and supported the cause, and Mayer

and fellow Carp Skate Foundation board member Peter Bonning were set up taking donations and giving out information on skatepark plans on Monday. The Carpinteria Skate Foundation has raised over $1.2 million, and another $200,000 is all that stands between the Carpinteria community and the brandnew skate park. The plans by Dreamland are approved, the location near City Hall is set, and the skaters are stoked to see this park in action. According to the city website, if fundraising goals are met soon, a construction contract could be authorized as early as October. There are many ways to donate toward the new park. The Carpinteria Skate Foundation is selling engraved

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The Food Liaison owners Nirasha and Jason Rodriguez are stoked to support the skatepark which daughter Kennedy can’t wait to skate. ABOVE LEFT, Rori’s Artisinal Creamery teamed up with The Food Liaison to provide the vegan sugar cookies to sell for the Christmas in July fundraising event.

fundraising bricks that will be installed at the park and can be ordered through the park’s website at The foundation also accepts direct and stock donations. To arrange for a donation, visit the website or contact Mayer at

Carp Skate Foundation board members Julia Mayer and Peter Boning with son, Clay, raise awareness for the new park.

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ABOVE, Workers recently began construction on the gymnasium. The extensive upgrades include new backboards, a fresh wood varnish, new locker rooms and more. LEFT, Proposed plans will upgrade Carpinteria High School’s gymnasium.

Measure U brings upgrades to CHS gym BY RYAN P. CRUZ

Part of the Carpinteria High School conceptual plan in Measure U – the $90 million general obligation bond passed to address long standing facility, technology and infrastructure needs throughout the district – includes a $4 million dollar upgrade to the school’s gymnasium. The project, which began construction in July 2020, is a “modernization” that includes: a new layout and fresh varnish

on the floor; remodeled locker rooms, restrooms and showers; new bleachers, scoreboards and backboards, new technology and lights. These upgrades were originally expected to be completed before March, but due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the timeline has stretched into the summer. Athletic director Pat Cooney said the school was hoping to have the gym soon-



er, but setbacks in receiving supplies and other changes have delayed completion. “Covid has slowed the manufacturing and delivery of some finishes,” said Maureen Fitzgerald from Carpinteria Unified School district. In the meantime, Warrior’s athletics has transferred to holding practices and tryouts at the middle school. “For the time being, Carpinteria Mid-

Wyatt Pitterle is one of the Junior Guards’ most motivated competitors and excels in all areas. “He always tries to finish first for every workout and looks to improve wherever he can,” Silva said. She also said he’s “hilarious” and “adds a lot of positive energy” to the group. Cora Nimmons has been incredibly consistent since her first day and finishes everything strong. “She won’t give up or complain regardless of the situation, Silva said. “She pushes those around her and never backs down, whether it be on land or water.” Instructors describe Averi Alexander as a great athlete who is always trying her hardest, and always one of the first to finish anything they throw at her. “She always has a great attitude and a smile on her face and is a great role model for all the younger Junior Guards as well as her own peers,” Silva said. Damian Campuzano constantly has a smile on his face, Silva said, and has grown as an athlete throughout the summer. He is now in the front of the pack for both swimming and running. “We appreciate his determination and ‘go-getter’ attitude,” Silva said.

Warrior’s crosscountry athletes prep for fall season

Junior Guards of the week are, top row from left: Erin Otsuki, Mina Handall, Wyatt Pitterle, Cora Nimmons and Averi Alexander; bottom row Damian Campuzano.

Carpinteria’s Junior Guards of the Week

As Carpinteria’s Junior Lifeguard program passes the halfway point of the summer session, the young athletes are reaching their full potential under the guidance of their experienced instructors. These six talented kids are this week’s best on the beach and exemplify the program’s sportsmanship and work ethic. Here’s your Junior Guards of the Week. Erin Otsuki is described by program coordinator Leilanie Silva as a great athlete and the program’s strongest swimmer. “She has a very positive attitude and always treats the other Junior Guards with kindness and respect,” Silva said. “Erin will never complain and always keeps a smile on her face.” Otsuki “crushed it” at regionals in her swimming events, Silva said. “We are so happy to have her.“ Mina Handall is a well-rounded athlete whose positive attitude encourages those around her. Instructors said she takes every activity seriously and tries her best in every event. “At the regional competition in Huntington, she excelled in the swimming events and was very brave through the big surf,” Silva said.

dle School is the home away from home for the Warriors. We certainly hope to have the refreshed and upgraded facility back in our hands before the start of school,” Cooney said. The school itself will see several additions as part of the three-phase plan. Old portables on campus will be replaced with new “modular classrooms,” a new science wing will be added, and extensive modernization work will be done in the cafeteria. A new administrative/ student services building will be near the parking lots and feature a new plaza at the entrance of the campus.

Carpinteria cross country team has started practicing Monday through Thursday to get in shape for the upcoming fall season. Training begins at 10 a.m. at Carpinteria High School’s track, and coach Angel Silva encourages any students interested in trying out to sign up and join the team. “We are looking forward to a fun and normal season,” Silva said. Earlier this week, Silva brought some of this year’s team to a Citrus Coast league time trial meet at Members of the 2021 Carpinteria cross Fillmore Farm, where the athletes country team, from left: Eduardo Vences, got a glimpse of competition as they prepared for the team’s first Hugo Alvarado and Kate Cooney prepare event on Sept. 11 at the Ojai Cross for the second Citrus Coast time trial Country Invitational. The team’s meet at the Fillmore Farm. first league action begins in October with the Citrus Coast League meet in Oxnard. Students looking for information or wanting to join the team, contact coach Silva at





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A reader sends a halo to everyone who supported the Playa Del Sur 4-H this year. “The members are looking forward to another successful year.” A reader sends a halo to Valerie, the new volunteer at the Friends of the Library Bookstore, for cleaning and reorganizing the self-help section.


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A reader sends a halo to whoever left a sign telling people to pick up their dog-waste bags and stop leaving them on Casitas Pass Road. A reader sends a pitchforkCaregiver to whoever hasSupport been leavingGroup bags of dog Carpinteria Alzheimer’s waste on the ground along Casitas Pass Road. “Yes, it’s frustrating that

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A reader sends a pitchfork to the Linden planters. “All the mushrooms growing there indicate too much water. Nice weed farm.” A reader sends a pitchfork to a restaurant owner for parking his vehicle in the spots right out front of his establishment. “Shouldn’t he leave those parking spots available for his paying customers?”

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