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Bus Driver Jose Ochoa, right, was one of the many CUSD employees who helped students get a jump start on the school year, including second-grader Jacob Barajas, left. This week, CUSD brought back more than 2,000 students, faculty and staff for in-person learning for the 2021-2022 school year, a change from the hectic online learning of the 2020-2021 school year. Masked and prepped with hand sanitizer, students excitedly greeted new classmates and teachers, ready for a new school year amidst the Covid-19 pandemic. See more pictures of the ﬁrst day of school on pages 14 and 15.
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SBWCN cares for more than 80 oiled frogs in Toro Canyon Creek
The Santa Barbara Wildlife Care Network (SBWCN) is caring for more than 80 oiled frogs, after an oil incident at Toro Canyon Creek, the network announced on Tuesday. The network will help the Oiled Wildlife Care Network wash the frogs and care for them until they can be released. The frogs are being given regular exams, crickets and r it ies, and are ein cared r nder se eral ani al care sta , incl din veterinarian Dr. Avery Berkowitz. The r s are ri arily classiﬁed as a a ali rnia tree r s. “As a partner of Oiled Wildlife Care Network, we are always on standby to step in whenever help is needed,” Dr. Berkowitz, SBWCN’s Director of Animal Care, said in a ress release. additi nal atients is a i in r r tea , t we re rallyin together to make sure these frogs receive the care they need.” The c nty ﬁrst disc ered a s all lea in a i e near a well in st , which they determined had been damaged during the Thomas Fire. As of August 13, deceased animals collected from the site include 17 small birds, 13 bats and one squirrel.
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County launches “My Best Life” Youth Cannabis Education Campaign
ne the c nty s r ra s, the T acc re enti n anna is d cati n, has launched a new campaign focused on youth cannabis education. The campaign focuses on teenagers and young adults, between the ages of 14 and , as they disc ss h w they li e their li es canna is ree. The ca ai n disc sses how using cannabis can impact educational and professional goals, and how underage ari ana se can lead t sl wed d wn rain de el ent, decreased ti ati n, damaged lungs, and more. y est i e in l es l cal y th sharin their st ries and as irati ns in h es of inspiring others to reach their highest potential by not using cannabis products while their brain and body are still developing,” Renata Valladares, health educator with T acc re enti n anna is d cati n, said in a ress release. r al is t ed cate l cal y th n the ne ati e and har l e ects ndera e cannabis use, while showing them that their best life now is drug-free,” she added.
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Cannabis farmers and watchdog group reach agreement Coalition for Responsible Cannabis and CARP Growers sign plan to work together in support of responsible cannabis farming
CVN REPORT Editor’s note: The source of this story is a joint press release issued by CARP Growers and the Coalition for Responsible Cannabis. Following 11 months of collaborative dialogue, the Santa Barbara County Coalition for Responsible Cannabis (Coalition) and CARP Growers reached an historic agreement on August 20, ensuring that cannabis farms work in cooperation with the community group to resolve odor issues in a proactive and cooperative way across Carpinteria Valley. The agreement holds all CARP Growers member farms accountable to a partnership with the Coalition and a detailed odor abatement plan outlining a new expanded odor response process, and a comprehensive program to develop and imple–– Coalition ment next-generation odor technologies. Community engagement in the plan will be encouraged for reporting, investigating and resolving cannabis odor incidents. The Coalition was formed in 2019 to advocate for closer oversight of cannabis farming and relief for odor nuisances in Carpinteria Valley and across Santa Barbara County. The Coalition has been an active participant in the Santa Barbara County cannabis permitting process, appealing cannabis projects that do not meet its community-focused standards. “In partnership with CARP Growers, the Coalition developed a comprehensive voluntary upgrade to the County’s odor control program,” Coalition Board Member Rob Salomon said. “All CARP Growers members will comply with that program, and unlike today, odor will not be tolerated in schools, parks and public areas. We credit CARP Growers and its member farms for coming to the table with sincere dedication and a shared interest to make local cannabis farming better.” CARP Growers (Cannabis Association for Responsible Producers) was created in 2018 to foster better relationships within the community of Carpinteria and requires its members to follow best farming practices, including using best available odor control technology. Each CARP Growers member will be individually bound to the agreement at over 20 farm project sites at existing greenhouses across Carpinteria Valley. “We appreciate the Coalition for working with us and building trust over these many months. As fellow members of the community, CARP Growers are eager and motivated to eliminate odor issues. This agreement will create a new, more transparent odor complaint response program, where residents can work directly with operators to track and resolve odor issues,” said Tristan Strauss, CARP Growers Vice President and CEO of Headwaters, which operates several farms in Carpinteria and a state-wide cannabis wholesale network. The Coalition has previously negotiat-
ed odor abatement plans with individual cannabis farms, but this settlement represents the broadest group of cannabis farms and a proactive and expansive plan to resolve odor issues on a Carpinteria Valley-wide scale. “The agreement between the Coalition and CARP Growers, including the two supporting documents developed between ourselves and the County, sets forth a comprehensive program to control odor in Carpinteria. We are currently partnering with the CARP Growers regarding research and development to identify viable alternatives to vapor phase, including carbon scrubbers that are designed to mitigate odors in venting greenhouses,” Coalition Attorney Marc Chytilo stated. The agreement includes monitoring for odor causing compounds, a system of wind stations Board Member to help identify odor Rob Salomon sources, the use of the best available odor controls, expansion of areas where odor is not allowed, and a tiered response system to address odor incidents quickly and comprehensively. “I’m very proud of our association for negotiating such an expansive and historic agreement which will truly create more transparency and accountability with our neighbors, long term,” said Autumn Shelton, CARP Growers President and co-owner of Autumn Brands farm in Carpinteria. “We have made enormous investments in advancing the science and research and development around odor over the last year. This is a new scientiﬁc ﬁeld, and we are learning a lot each day about what compounds cause odors, and how to best mitigate and monitor odor,” Shelton added.
“All CARP Growers members will comply with that program, and unlike today, odor will not be tolerated in schools, parks and public areas. We credit CARP Growers and its member farms for coming to the table with sincere dedication and a shared interest to make local cannabis farming better.”
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Gathered at the bluffs to commemorate their agreement to jointly resolve cannabis odors in Carpinteria Valley are, from left, Coalition for Responsible Cannabis board member Rob Salomon, CARP Growers VP Tristan Strauss, CARP Growers President Autumn Shelton and Coalition board member Lionel Neff.
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Construction Update Crews prep ahead of placing concrete
In Carpinteria, construction crews are continuing to prep the road ahead of placing the reinforced concrete in the northbound lanes in the Highway 101 project. Near Santa Monica and Via Real, utility crews are also relocating overhead utilities; be aware of construction crews on Via Real directing cars as needed. Crews are also installing drainage features. On the southbound side, crews are w r in n ra ti re al. ear the Franklin and Santa Monica Creek Bridges, construction workers are working on the concrete channels for each bridge. Near Franciscan Court and north of Craves Lane, crews are focusing on wall footings, placing concrete blocks and installing rebar. Travelers through the area should be aware se eral lane r ra cl s res. On the Hwy 101 northbound, one lane between Santa Monica Road and North Padaro Lane will be closed on Sunday ni hts etween . . and a. . The sa e stretch will als e cl sed . . and a. ., nday thr h Th rsday. On the Hwy 101 southbound side, one lane on the stretch between North Padaro Lane and Reynolds Avenue will be closed n nday ni hts etween . . and a. . That sa e stretch will e cl sed etween . . and a. ., nday through Thursday. Also on the southbound side, the onra at asitas ass ad will e cl sed n st and st , etween a. . and . . The n ra s at allace en e and the n and ra s at he eld ri e re ain cl sed. T learn re a t the r ect r det rs, isit .c .
The Hwy 101 construction project is currently focusing on the segment between Carpinteria and Summerland.
Construction crews are continuing to pave the base layers in the northbound lanes in Carpinteria, ahead of placing reinforced concrete.
Saturday’s Anonymous Gun Buyback collects 238 firearms
Last weekend, the Santa Barbara n ny s n y ac at arl arren h w r nds saw irear s e chan ed r art inal i t cards, in an e rt the e ent s r ani ers called a “huge success.” Of the guns collected, ﬁ e were assa lt wea ns, and a r iately were t y ns that a eared real, but do not shoot bullets, according to a press release. The e ent is r ani ed y the aliti n ainst n i lence , and is sponsored by the city of Santa Barbara, the en s litical ittee anta ar ara, the e cratic en anta Barbara County, and others. ith the ﬁrear s e chan ed n Saturday, the buyback has now brought , ﬁrear s ac int the lice de artent. This was the si th n y ac hosted by the county. All guns turned in at the event will be destroyed by the lice de art ent. cal cials s ch as irst istrict er is r as illia s and anta ar ara nty istrict tt rney yce dley applauded the event, praising the organi ers r hel in et the ﬁrear s the streets safely. hen y d this r si years, the word gets out and people begin to know that there s this res rce t there in the c nity, s they can lan and thin about how to safely dispose of unwanted ns, Third istrict er is r re Hart said in a press release. leta ay r r Te re a es yr-
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ar nter a sc ools’ latest lans to o er add t onal mental ealt ser ces am ly su ort t era y BY RYAN P. CRUZ With schools returning to in-person classes on campus after over a year of online learning, a greater focus has been placed on students’ mental well-being as the district w r s t wards erin additional mental health services. Over the summer, the Carpinteria Uniﬁed ch l istrict has een disc ssin a “local control accountability plan,” a broad plan that addresses areas where the district is lacking and looks to implement new services and personnel to help students feel comfortable and be successful in pursuing their goals. e the ri rities r the district are family engagement and school climate, which are areas of focus directly tied to student mental health. Typically, all schools have academic counselors, and some schools employ therapists, but under the new plan, Carpinteria schools will also provide therapy for students and families. “At each site we have school academic counselors, we have mental health therapists and next year we will have family support therapists – essentially school social workers to work with families,” said erintendent iana i y d rin the ﬁrst readin the lan in ne. The addition of this family support system is intended to address core issues behind students acting out, performing poorly in class or missing school regularly. Typically, secretaries or school principals handle “absenteeism,” which can lead to addressing the symptom of the r le as sed t the ca se. i y said that having on-site professionals to
“(We need) to ﬁnd out what is the reason for the absenteeism, what support systems do we need to put in place, and what local agencies we need to connect with the parents so they can ensure that the student is at school every day.”
mediate between schools and families is i rtant t ﬁ in these iss es. “(We need) to find out what is the reason for the absenteeism, what support systems do we need to put in place, and what local agencies we need to connect with the parents so they can ensure that the st dent is at sch l e ery day, i y said. This focus on student and parent well-being is partly in response to the rise in mental health awareness over the Covid-19 pandemic, when people were stuck at home for much of their days, and it is partly intended to cater to the disadvantaged students in the area. According to the report, Carpinteria is 75 percent Hispanic, with 71 percent of students in the district being considered “socioeconomically disadvantaged,” and nearly 30 percent English language learners – students who are unable to c nicate ently r learn n lish. i y said these st dents deser e the same opportunities and focus on their mental well-being as every other student, and the plan would help make these students and parents feel welcomed and involved in Carpinteria schools.
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This would come through additional parent education, an increase in student leadership opportunities at middle and high school levels and “restorative justice practices” in lieu of suspensions and expulsions. On-site mental health teams will meet weekly to discuss student needs, monitor student well-being and determine “individual social emotional intervention lans. ch l c nsel rs, sych l ists and mental health therapists will provide therapeutic services. Curriculum encouraging positive student behavior and alternative intervention strategies will be put in place to help students cope with emotions in a social environment. The district would also help connect families with local support agencies. The district’s push to make students more happy and connected includes expanding the current leadership opportunities. For example, now students must enroll in a class to be part of school leadershi . ard e er ndy hea er said that requirement had previously kept a lot of kids from participating in leadership opportunities on campus. “That precluded 90 percent of the
student body from participating in student government because they probably c ldn t ﬁt that in their sched le, he said. i y said that re rt nities could be open to students by having open committees for school projects and events, or by holding general elections that would be open to all students. This would allow students to feel more involved and included in the school’s processes, she said. The board unanimously approved the lan n ne , and the new ser ices will be implemented throughout the next year.
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Your child has COVID-19 -- here are next steps Su hijo tiene COVID-19—aquí los siguientes pasos
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On opening day, elementary teachers participated in professional development in writing using the Lucy Calkins Units of Study. Dr. Trudy Arriaga, CLU, and author of “Opening Doors, An Implementati n Te late r lt ral r ﬁciency , provided the opening remarks for the CMS and CHS teachers, focusing on c lt ral r ﬁciency and h w t i r e classroom practices to become a more inclusive and equitable school district.
The Phase 3 Aliso Modernization r ect is c letin the ﬁnal details and was ready t welc e sta and st dents this week. The site work for the new CHS Administration building is complete and ready to begin actual construction. The ﬁnal re ainin ite s r the gym project are the gym wall pads and the boys’ teamlockers. The ﬁnal a r al r the merland project was received on July 14, 2021 and the Notice to Proceed will be issued once we receive all the documents from MacGillivray construction. Meanwhile, the Carpinteria-Summerland Fire Department will use the campus for drills before demolition. Summerland classrooms opened for students at the Main School campus. Diana Rigby is the current superintendent of arpinteria niﬁed chool istrict. he is focused on improving teaching and learning for all students and welcomes parent and community input and feedbac . or more information about , log on to cusd.net, or contact iana at drigby cusd.net or ( ) .
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Mayor sets record straight
I have served the city for 26 years: 17 on Architectural Review Board and nine on City Council, including as mayor. During this time, I have lived by Rotary’s fourway test in the things I say and do. Is it the truth? Is it fair to all concerned? Will it build goodwill and better friendship? ill it e eneﬁcial t all c ncerned My responsibilities include remaining unbiased in any decision, not forming an opinion before I have all facts and acting in the best interest of the city. I have done my best to never express my opinion on any matter being considered prior to receiving all facts and the item being considered at a council meeting. In recent times, emotions have been running high concerning the proposed de el ent the r iner nn n a downtown parking lot. Currently, no one has all the facts concerning this proposed development and therefore I am not in a position to support either side. I seem to have been considered someone on the “other side,” even though I have not supported either side and have respected friends on both sides of the issue. The reason the city did not initiate a ballot measure was because of the thousands of dollars it will cost. Last week, an ad appeared in CVN that showed me appearing to support the initiative against the proposed development. I wish the group would have asked for my opinion or permission to quote me. My actual comment was to support the r r their e rts in tryin t rin an initiative to an election for the people to vote on. I also stated that the City Council position is to make certain all the facts are brought out to educate the public should the initiative make it to an election.
Wade Nomura Mayor of Carpinteria
ur iner is ise use of pu lic land
For two years we have carefully listened to those voices opposing the proposed Surfliner Inn. Some have repeatedly expressed opposition to the private use of public property (a portion ar in t r the r iner nn s lease. These same people also assert the biological value of the parcel south of the railroad track. Recently we were disturbed to discover that some of the opposition leaders (and loudest voices) enjoy a private exclusive lease of this city property. They ha e enced the s called en space corridor” for their private use for “hobby gardening…raising dogs, cats, and chickens” (see Ground Lease by and Between the City of Carpinteria and UPPO’s Garden, LLC). Does this mean they may use public lands privately, but others may not? That they ay e en r ﬁt y s leasin a portion of their lease while paying a below market rate to the city? They believe replacing the space with a public trail is environmentally damaging, while their personal, restricted use of the same space is appropriate. When the city purchased the property, it envisioned a possible public parking lot and trail system. Accordingly, the lease states that UPPO’s Garden’s use is “… on an interim basis while [the City] determines a long-term use for the Property”. Many of us fully support leasing public property when appropriate. There are several examples of this practice throughout our County; for example, the Santa Barbara County Bowl, Paseo Nuevo and the various restaurants and businesses at the Santa Barbara Harbor, Stearns Warf, Goleta Beach, Hendry’s Beach and Jalama Beach. elie e the r sed r iner nn is a wise use of public lands. I believe it’s dis-
LETTERS “The reason the city did not initiate a ballot measure was because of the thousands of dollars it will cost.”
– Mayor Wade Nomura ingenuous for opponents to argue against leasing a portion of Parking Lot #3 for the r iner nn while their leaders eneﬁt from private lease of public property.
Lorraine McIntire Carpinteria
Misquote or o fuscation
I attended the August 16, special City Council meeting regarding the proposed r iner nn. There were many disparaging remarks insinuating both our elected representati e c ncil e ers and their sta were both biased and/or incompetent. I am disappointed that this opposition has resorted to questioning the integrity and competence of the hardworking council and sta . sin this as a reas n t estion the honest hard work and many hours invested in the honest assessment and value of this proposal is shameful. T t this , the rinci al r nents of the “Committee to Save...” misquoted the mayor stating he “supports the initiative” to put this to a vote. What he said, as we should all agree, is that he will support the will of the people if this initiative gets on the ballot and votes down the project. It is my hope that there are enough intelligent voters in Carpinteria that will not support this waste of taxpayer money, and therefore not sign to let this initiative go forward. It will be a waste of money promoted by self-serving NIMBYs, who stoop to misquotes and obfuscation.
Will Carleton Carpinteria
Kudos to our local press
You know, sometimes we don’t know how well everything runs until we hear it from an outside source. For example, someone who loves Carpinteria, but does not live here, and wishes they could. As well, of the hundreds of stories you’ve heard, those in part, built Carp’s history. The families that have come here take every chance they can to rest and relax, by camping when the kids were young to returning into their own senior years. Well, I had such a conversation this past week, and one item which struck a chord with me was the comment as to how lucky we are to have a small-town paper which supplies plenty of information, presents a well-rounded point of view and includes many different community organizations and volunteer events, all punctuated throughout the year. I was made aware that they took a weekly paid subscription over a year ago, and the delivery of the Coastal View is truly a highlight to their week. This really impacted me, since worldwide, the print media is shrinking and disappearing each day. Even the “big” a ers are ec in re li e lea ets. To have someone say how our small-town paper is thriving and producing such good news and good information was pleasant to hear. e ﬁnished r c n ersati n n the
topic of Field of Dreams; it was recently eat red n netw r T with an cial MLB Baseball game. Carp’s neighbor e in stner ne er drea ed that ﬁl would be so good and long lasting 30 years later. Similar to Field of Dreams, Carp itself a real crowd pleaser, just bein ar . The r iner nn was t ched upon, and let’s say their comment was noted, “If you DON’T build it, they will still come!” We are all very blessed to be here, in Carp.
Joe Fraken Carpinteria
ote no on recall
All Carpinterians who are registered voters should have received their ballot for the special election to recall Governor Gavin Newsom. In case you’re wondering how this recall election came about, the California GOP – having lost the general election 62% to 38% – immediately set to work trying to recall the winner. ter se eral ailed atte ts, they ﬁnally s cceeded eca se a d e a e the ﬁ e more months to collect signatures than is permitted under the law because of the Covid-19 pandemic. Now we are having an election just a bit more than a year before the next general election at a cost of more than $200 million. While I have issues with some aspects of Gov. Newsom’s job performance, none of them rise to the level of justifying a recall. California has a lot of complex problems and it’s reasonable to give someone the mandated four-year term to tackle them. Do we really want to replace him with someone who will ban mask mandates, overturn environmental protections and completely mishandle our water crisis? While the Democratically controlled legislature would prevent any of these wannabe governors from doing too much harm before the next election, do we really want chaos in Sacramento at such a challenging time? Republicans are hoping that that this recall election will succeed due to voter apathy – let’s show them that they’re wrong. Return your ballot with the question “Shall Gavin Newsom be recalled r the ce ern r ar ed .
Patty Hill Carpinteria
o en leaders should unite for fghanistan
Where is the outrage against what is happening in Afghanistan? Where are the voices of all the women of the world? Where are the voices of outrage from r ice resident, the ﬁrst e ale in the U.S.? Where are the voices of outrage from every living First Lady in this country? Where are the voices of outrage from all women who enjoy freedom of education and choice? The citizens of Afghanistan have known a Western way of life for 20 years. For some, this is their entire
life! And now? This is not a political divide, but a humanitarian crisis, especially for women. What are we doing? The silence is shamefully deafening!
Rosalyn Kohute Carpinteria
o on recall no on Cox
Please tell me, Mr. John Cox, how you propose to cut taxes by 25%? If our taxes are cut by that amount, what services are you proposing we lose? CalFire? California Highway Patrol? Medical? Food stamps? Foster care? Your timing couldn’t be worse. Wildfires, the global pandemic and global warming are more important than your conservative views on how to handle the state of California. To be fair, you said, “we must cut taxes by 25%”. Not that you will. Really, voters, don’t be fooled by this non-promise. Using such a hot topic to get your attention doesn’t mean he will be able to follow through on any of this. lease, r. , i e s s e s eciﬁcs n how you plan to cut taxes and over what amount of time. I will be voting “no” on the recall. Governor Gavin Newsom has done a great job keeping people out of harm’s way regarding this horrible Covid-19 pandemic and has done what he is able to do for the homeless situation. He has re-opened public schools in a safe manner and has opened small businesses as well. And he is not actually responsible for the wildﬁres, as y s est, r. . e understands that he can’t do everything on his own, without other lawmakers being involved in his proposals.
Catherine Foss Carpinteria
e ie ing
I’ve previously written that Joe Biden is “my” president and I want him to do well. I’m close to conceding that won’t happen. Presidents inherit tough c nditi ns when they ta e ce. we er, in what seems to be an insatiable desire to undo accomplishments of Donald Trump, Biden has created absolute human disasters at our southern border and in Afghanistan, shut down various oil operations and explorations – leading him to recently plead with OPEC to increase production to meet U.S. need for oil – provided no response other than “don’t come here” to Cubans protesting a socialistic regime and wants to add an ther ﬁ e trilli n d llars in de t and deﬁcits. is ice resident, a ala arris, isn’t even popular in the Democratic arty r with her w r in sta . he has accomplished absolutely nothing to ease h an s erin a ter ein t in char e of the southern border crisis. I try to avoid exaggerated statements, but the thought of a future President Harris frightens me. I dislike writing this, but I do believe Biden’s decisions have caused unnecessary deaths and s erin r any e le (both Americans and foreigners) and made our country much less safe and considerably less respected than it was back in January. The fact that he seems totally oblivious to the situation that he created at our southern border with Mexico is outrageous. He spends far too much time blaming others for problems he creates. He is seldom available for questions and appears to read from notes or a teleprompter when he talks to the public. As of now, I believe voters made a huge mistake in electing him president of our wonderful country. This is America. You have every right to disagree with me. I sincerely hope liberal friends and colleagues can make me feel better about Joe Biden.
Sanderson M. Smith, Ed.D Carpinteria
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Alfred Jesus Olivas 5/21/1929 – 8/22/2021
Alfred Jesus Olivas, 92, of Carpinteria, California, passed away peacefully on Sunday, Aug. 22, 2021, at home surrounded by his loving family. M r. O l i v a s was born on May 5, 1929, in Summerland, California to Jesus and Elisa Olivas. He is preceded in death by his arents, his ﬁrst da hter, atricia, and his siblings Robert, Sophie and Richard. Alfred worked as a rancher in Carpinteria and then as head groundskeeper for the University of California, Santa Barbara where he retired.
As an outdoors man, he enjoyed gardening, hunting, fishing, and camping as well as volunteering at St. Joseph Church, which was one of his favorite activities. He also liked board games, watching sports, and metal detecting at Carpinteria beaches. His travel adventures took him to Europe, Australia, Mexico, Hawaii and the western part of the USA. He often lent a helping hand to anyone in need. Family and friends were of utmost importance to him. His family paid this tribute to him: Alfred was a hard-working man who was dedicated to his family. He loved family gatherings in-order-to, as he put it, “...know what’s going on.” s ne can i a ine it was di c lt t ee a reast his ﬁ e children at any given time. He will be missed. He is survived by his wife of 71 years Rosemarie Olivas, and 5 children, Alfred (Elinor), Christina (Daid , a l s lde , ale and Trina, as well as 7 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren. We appreciate the support of our family, extended family, and friends. We celebrated general joyful gatherings of life for Alfred with impromptu dinners, dancing, and mini concerts in our yard. He will forever be loved and remembered. As Alfred requested, there will be no formal services. However, we appreciate your love and support d rin this di c lt ti e.
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Veronica Gallardo, the new principal of Aliso and Summerland schools, welcomed students back to school on Monday. Gallardo has over a decade of teachin inder arten and ﬁrst rade. She previously taught kindergarten at the Roosevelt School in Santa Barbara. She attended Santa Barbara City College and UC Santa Barbara, where she received a degree in English Literature. She has also served as an SBCC trustee since 2012. She was announced as the schools’ new principal in early April by Superintendent Diana Rigby. “Veronica currently resides in Santa Barbara with her husband and two high school children, a sophomore and a
senior, who will be attending nursing school in the fall,” Rigby said in April. “Growing up in a family of seven children, Veronica’s parents raised her in a bilingual home where they taught her and her siblings how to s ea ently in anish, a eneﬁt that carried into her personal and professional career. Veronica has been an active member of the Santa Barbara community for over two decades. She has served and volunteered for various organizations including Junior League of Santa Barbara, National Charity League and Women’s Fund,” Rigby added. Gallardo can be reached at veronica. email@example.com.
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Outside the box with SuperSprings International CVN
TRADE SECRETS M E G A N WA L D R E P “I think the best advice I got was to relocate to the USA, because this really is the land of opportunity,” Gerry Lamberti, an engineer and CEO of SuperSprings International, emphasized. “I just love this country for that reason. If you’ve got a good idea and you work on it, things fall into place.” Lamberti’s company, the focus of my latest Trade Secrets column, manufactures and distributes enhancement products for trucks, vans, and RVs, he explained. Lamberti has been with SSI for almost twenty years, after emigrating from South Africa; he sold a structural engineering business of over three hundred and ﬁ ty e l yees t ﬁnance his immigration to America. “I kind of jumped ship at the age of 45 t d s ethin c letely di erent, Lamberti said. But let’s back – up what’s so special about this suspension company? Besides being located in Carpinteria, SSI has several patents on a set-it-and-forget-it bolt-on suspension that turns an everyday truck into a workhorse. It will help a truck with a sagging load lift and support that weight on any road. Their competitors’ products require maintenance, but once you install an SSI product, it lets you
Gerry Lamberti, center, an engineer and CEO of SuperSprings International, runs the business out of Carpinteria with Chief Commercial fﬁcer da eisner left and hief perations fﬁcer ichael Stickney, right. “live,” the company boasts. (The phrase “set it and forget it” became part of SSI’s marketing campaigns after a competitor complimented the unique engineering, using those exact words, at a trade show.)
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has ec e a standard ﬁt r al st every RV builder in the country because their products make RV rides that much more comfortable. So, in the suspension world, they’re kind of a big deal. They’ve got the patents down, so I wondered what kind of trade secrets Lamberti could share. Lamberti said the key to successfully running a business is focusing on the human element. The company morale is evident through SSI’s YouTube channel, where you’ll see endless smiling faces and positive energy in a clean and bright
facility. “It’s that human element that can really make or break a company,” Lamberti said. “And I think it’s the collective energy from the person putting bolts together, all the way t y ce ery dy s energy contributes. It’s a team.” All the components for SSI products are one hundred percent USA-made in Texas and Pennsylvania, but are assembled by employees at the California headquarters in Carpinteria before being shipped both nationally and internationally. A great business strategy Lamberti uses to afford running a business in Carpinteria is to take advantage of Walmart – but in a good way, he said. Walmart ships products made in China into Long Beach before trucking those containers to its stories across the country; nce the r d ct is aded, al art needs a way to get those containers back to Long Beach without losing money. And there’s where SSI’s savvy business comes in. “(For example), I’m able to move our components from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to a location here very cheaply,” Lamberti said. Thinking outside the box wins again. After a long career, if Lamberti could give his younger self just starting out in this business some advice, he would say: “Do it sooner.” And how can we la e hi y re ﬁ rin t a lace to make your dreams come true, where better than Carpinteria? “I don’t want to retire. I love where I li e, a erti said. in y ce, looking out the windows onto the railroad tracks with (Island Brewing Company) next door and the beautiful ocean. I come to work every day and do what I love.” Spoken like another successful businessperson, living the American dream. Megan Waldrep is a columnist and freelance writer, currently living on a 34-foot sailboat. To learn more about Megan, visit meganwaldrep.com.
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Two “Human Forms” exhibit pieces tied for the most community votes for the People’s Choice Award, as the exhibit ended at the Lynda Fairly Carpinteria Arts Center. al in s c lla e aith and a es etr cci s red y the ee tied r the e le s h ice ward, which is ted n y c nity e ers d rin the len th the e hi it. The center s ne t e hi it, wer reen , ened riday, st at n n. earn re at car interiaartscenter. r .
Nombres Band shows off songs at free concert Last Saturday, the Nombres band sh wed their s ills at the ynda airly Carpinteria Arts Center, the latest band to perform at the free community concerts held by the center. The concert, part of a three-part summer series hosted by the arts center, was als s ns red y the sland rewin Company and the Carpinteria Wine Comany, wh r ided drin s r attendees to enjoy. e are deli hted t er the c nity ree er r ances and are than l t all of the volunteers that made it happen,” said Linda Rosso, executive director of the center. The center s ne t ree c ncert will ta e place on September 18 and will feature the band South on Linden. Learn more at carpinteriaartscenter. r .
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The farm will continue its fundraising efforts in order to keep the farm successful and keep the needed infrastructure. The farm serves the area with fresh produce as ell as dry and a ed goods and o ers.
Sweet Wheel Farms hits $2 million fundraising goal
Summerland’s Sweet Wheel Farms has reached its $2 million fundraising goal, nder eslie ers n yan c nﬁr ed. She added that the farm will continue its ndraisin e rts in rder t ee the ar s ccess l and ee the needed in rastr ct re. Sweet Wheel Farm & Flowers, which was founded by Leslie Person Ryan after the Th as ire and s se ent an. , de ris w, ser es the area with resh r d ce, incl din t n t li ited to carrots, broccoli, cucumbers, blueberries, ra e r it and ran es, as well as dry and a ed ds and wers. Sweet Wheel Farm & Flowers has two farms, one in Orcutt and one in Sumerland there are als carts set in Summerland and Montecito for locals to rchase ds at. Just earlier this month, the farm was a in its inal sh t et the . million in funds it needed to stay on the land, which is wned y the ar interia niﬁed ch l istrict. arlier this year, the district ted t e in the sale r -
“We cannot lose sight of what this project is really about (…) This is one of our last e orts to save the community in ummerland, we don t have a grocery store. (We re) feeding a whole community.” ––Leslie Person Ryan
cess r the . acre arcel, which it has wned since . The a e The erland ar ca ai n is r n y se eral di erent l cal c nity e ers and acti ists, including legal counsel Marc Chytilo, wh was ne the leaders in the a e the an arc s thills ca ai n. ard and ad is ry ard e ers incl din Person Ryan, Whitney Castro, Molly tt , as ine e eries, da c ai , an chlecter, ichael rter, ani ynd, r an ain and l a ain . Person Ryan said the Summerland
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ar ca ai n s al was reached a ter wee s c hesi e, c nity e rt t sa e this ar r any de el ent. t started as a rassr ts, c nity e rt t sa e ne r last en s aces, she said, e hasi in that the ar is ne of locals only ways to get groceries, as erland has n r cery st re. ers n yan raised the c nity e rts d ne t hel raise the nds the ar needs. These thin s d n t st et d ne. ha e t tell y , these thin s are created yc nity assi n, she said. e are really e cited a t that ent . e cann t l se si ht what this r ect is really a t This is ne r last e rts t sa e the c nity in erland, we d n t ha e a r cery st re, she added. e re eedin a wh le c nity. esley e r the anta ar ara er ac lt re etw r , wh has een
hel in with the weet heel ar s ca ai n, said the a e the an arc s thill ca ai n which raised the illi ns it needed in the s an se eral nths chan ed the way that ca ai ns in the area raise ney. w, he said, ca ai ns can a e a lar e sh r nt y c sin n c nity treach, rather than startin a ca ai n er a ew years. This is in t chan e the way we raise ney in r c nity. The erland ar s is st c ntin in it, he said. e said that the ca ai n has seen, es ecially with ar land, the dan er that ar ers ace r ha in their land ta en r the t e de el ed. r ar ers, st the , lease their land, he said. e en isi n erland as the ﬁrst a nec lace ar s in anta ar ara nty that will acce t the c nity s rt. l t ney has c e in t s rt the id r the ar . weet heel ar s is l cated at illie en e in erland, en etween a. . and . . n nday thr h riday and a. . thr h . . n at rday and at ast illa e ad, ite , in ntecit , en a. . and . . nday thr h riday, and a. . thr h . . n at rday. earn re at sweetwheelar s.c .
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% of SB County Fully Vaccinated The Food and Drug Administration a e ll a r al the ﬁ er i Tech id accine n nday r th se years r lder, as anta ar ara nty hits , t tal cases, with new cases c ntywide as T esday. r. ennin ns r , ealth cer anta ar ara nty r the e art ent lic ealth, c nﬁr ed in a ress release that the ﬁ er accine is als a ail a le nder e er ency se a th ri ed r indi id als etween the a es and , and r ad inistrati n a third d se in certain i n c r ised indi id als. r scientiﬁc and edical e erts c nd cted an incredi ly th r h and th ht l e al ati n this accine. e e al ated scientiﬁc data and in r ati n incl ded in h ndreds th sands a es, c nd cted r wn analyses irnaty s sa ety and e ecti eness, and performed a detailed assessment of the an act rin r cesses, incl din in s ecti ns the an act rin acilities, eter ar s, direct r the s enter r i l ics al ati n and esearch, said in a ress release. e ha e n t l st si ht that the lic health crisis c ntin es in the . . and that the lic is c ntin n sa e and e ecti e accines. The lic and edical c nity can e c nﬁdent that alth h we a r ed this accine e editi sly, it was lly in ee in with r e istin hi h standards r accines in the . . The c nty als ann nced earlier this wee that e innin e te er , r accinati n r a ne ati e id test will e re ired r ind r e ents with , r re attendees. ace c erin s are still re ired ind rs in any lic settin , incl din sinesses, ices, sh s and re, re ardless accina ti n stat s. The a rity new cases are seen in indi id als etween the a es and , acc rdin t the anta ar ara nty id dash ard. s T es day, the c nty has c nd cted , c lati e tests, with , siti e res lts and , ne ati e res lts, with endin . The rest the res lts were dee ed inc ncl si e r in alid. the t tal cases, , were attri ted t c nity cl se c ntact trans issi n. n the s th c nty ninc r rated area, which incl des ntecit , erland and ar interia, three new daily cases were c nﬁr ed r a t tal , in the area. ne new death was re rted n n day. n indi id al etween the a es and , wh resided in a c n re ate care site, assed away in anta aria. T learn where t et accinated, isit lichealths c. r accine. T et tested r id , ﬁnd a site at li chealths c. r testin . r re in r ati n r the anta ar ara nty lic ealth e art ent, call and ress r e ail the c nty at . nity rt s c hd. r .
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Back to School PHOTOS BY ROBIN KARLSSON
This week, Carpinteria kids returned to in-person schooling for the 2021-2022 school year – a small return to normalcy after a hectic year of online learning. Masked and prepped with hand sanitizer, students excitedly clamored into their new classrooms to meet new friends and new teachers, as parents tearfully said goodbye at the drop-off. CVN got the chance to visit some of teachers and students attending their first days of school; check out the photos below.
Miss Van Dyke introduces herself to each of her new students as they enter the classroom.
Mrs. Banks, left, directs Maddie and her mom, Tina Lee, to Maddie’s new classroom.
Jaiden Perez shows excitement as he starts his first day.
Veronica Gallardo, right, reads “The Book With No Pictures” by B.J. Novak to Mrs. Neely’s first grade class on her first day as Aliso Elementary School’s new principal. UC Santa Barbara student teachers joined Canalino Elementary School staff to help in the classrooms.
Mariah Dostsado and her grandmother, Dora Gonzales, wait for school to begin.
Xitlaly Perez enjoys a popcicle at Aliso School.
CMS Psychologist Becki Norton’s door is always open.
Anh Abe gets a shot of William, left, on his first day of school ever.
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Mr. Eric Reeder leads his second grade class outside for some physical education.
Third grade student Mia Gonzalez, left, and fifth grade student hloe Gonzalez show off their excited smiles.
Ailene Wheatley and Nina Martinez enjoy their breakfast. Carpinteria schools are providing free breakfast and lunch for all students.
From left, Mark and Lori Wright rode bikes to Canalino Elementary for the first day, along with Toby and Alia.
Nikki, left, and an Lawler accompany Mac, center, to school; their family dog, Lou, even came along for support.
The cross walk on oothill Blvd has been known to be a dangerous one because of the early morning sun. Students can now press a button, so cars can see the ashing lights and walk bikes. Teacher Charles Bryant, right, reminds students to cross with care.
Jesse Whittenton and Evelyn Ibarra ready to go into their thirdgrade classroom.
Silvia DeAlba and daughter Camilla head toward the school entrance.
Voluteer crossing guard Sally Green gives her grandson, Carter Cox, a first day of school hug.
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LET’S TALK TEK M I C H A E L AV E R Y As the former Director of Technical Operations for one of the largest cannabis growers in California, I wanted to share how technology plays a key role in the cultivation, processing and protecting this highly regulated crop. The focus of this month’s column is technology as applied to the ever growing – pun intended – cannabis market. Before I begin my technology disc ssi n, it will e eneﬁcial t ha e an overview of the laws as outlined by the California Department of Cannabis Control. California has a long history of progressive cannabis policy. We were the ﬁrst state in the nati n t le ali e cannais r edicinal se and the ﬁ th t le ali e r ad lt se . ali rnia als r ides ﬁnancial s rt and technical assistance to local governments that are pioneering cannabis programs rooted in equity and inclusion. The Department of Cannabis Control er es the w r three di erent state programs into one state department. DCC will license, inspect and regulate all cannabis activity in California. This is a critical first step toward simplifying California’s approach to regulating cannabis. This is done in three di erent ways stat tes, re lati ns and ordinances. Statutes are laws written and passed by the state legislature and signed into law by the Governor. They apply to the whole
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state and create a basic structure and rules that everyone must follow. Regulations are rules created by a state agency that interpret the statute and a e it re s eciﬁc. i e stat tes, regulations also apply to the whole state. DCC creates regulations that apply to cannabis businesses. Ordinances are rules created by cities and c nties t set e en re s eciﬁc rules for the local community. They set the time, place and manner a business can operate, or a resident can take certain actions. An ordinance only applies in the city or county that created it. Ordinances can e re s eciﬁc than re lati ns r statutes, but they cannot work against them. Check with your city and county t ﬁnd t i they ha e assed any rdinances for cannabis. Cannabis is one of the most highly regulated crops if not the most highly regulated crop in history. Technology makes this possible and it also is costly to implement, manage and maintain. This ain t y r randad s wer siness anymore. Now that you understand the primary dri er r the tili ati n techn l y, let’s take a look at what technology we are talking about. The technology is incorporated into the three following areas a canna is ar sec rity, erati ns and production. ec rity a very important aspect and involves the use of cameras, access control, and premise/perimeter physical security. Regulations require that you be able to clearly identify an individual within eet any canna is r d ct at any time of day and the images be rec rded and st red r days. ll doors that provide ingress/egress must e l c ed and nly entered y a th ri ed personal or individuals that have been vetted, registered and are accompanied
“Cannabis is one of the most highly regulated crops if not the most highly regulated crop in history. Technology makes this possible and it also is costly to implement, manage and maintain. his ain t your grandad s ower business anymore.” at all times. All egress only (emergency exits) must remain locked and monitored. The movement of individuals and vehicle tra c is als needed, and all indi id als must wear approved ID credentials that can serve as electronic keys to doors and gates. Operations: s th w r w is critical to any business and technology is a ey c nent r ins rin an e cient and smooth workflow. An integrated VOIP (Voice over IP) Phone system that allows you to call from your desk or moile h ne is ery eneﬁcial. Tw way radio either dedicated or in the form of a Smart Phone App is a wonderful tool. GPS tracking of assets, RFID access tags, Digital Signage, Smart Time Clocks, Temperature sensing cameras, Facial recognition and video monitoring with n tiﬁcati n sensiti e areas. r d cti n this is where the r er meets the road. When you are growing a crop, it is all about time and quality. How many harvest cycles can you obtain in a given period of time and how do you maintain the quality the customers are de andin ti i ati n is the al, and to do this you must address all the factors impacting the growing of the crop. From seedlings to mature plants, you have to control the environment, the
movement, the harvesting, the processing and ﬁnally deli ery the ﬁnished ds. This segment is technology intensive because of all the moving parts and requires the monitoring and management of large amounts of data. Everything from weather, interior temperature, humidity, soil condition, water quality, light, shade, nutrients, pests, fungus, disease, etc. This is all accomplished with integrated, automated horticulture control systems and plant curing and processing equipment. So, as you can see, growing cannabis is not easy and technology is very much a part of this segment of the agriculture market as it is a part of our daily lives. If you have a question about technology, please reach out to me at michael@michaeltalkstek. com 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.
What if your child has been exposed to COVID? ¿Qué pasa si su hijo ha estado expuesto al COVID?
Public Health’s direction for children who are close contacts of someone with COVID La dirección de salud pública para los niños que son contactos cercanos de alguien con COVID
If your child has symptoms
Si tu hijo tiene síntomas If your child has no symptoms and is vaccinated Si tu hijo no tiene síntomas y esta vacunado If your child has no symptoms and is unvaccinated Si su hijo no tiene síntomas y no está vacunado
Isolate child at home, seek medical advice, and get a COVID test
Aisle al niño en casa, busque consejo médico y realice la prueba de COVID
As possible, help child keep up with school. Support your child on work assigned by the teacher(s). Como sea posible, ayude al niño a mantenerse al día con la escuela. Apoye a su hijo en el trabajo asignado por el maestro.
CDC recommends that vaccinated persons get tested 3-5 days after exposure and continue to wear a mask indoors
Los CDC recomiendan que las personas vacunadas se hagan la prueba de 3 a 5 días después de la exposición y continúen usando una máscara en el interior
Child may return once 10 days have passed, child is fever-free for 24 hours, other symptoms have improved, or child has non-COVID diagnosis.
El niño puede regresar una vez que hayan pasado 10 días, el niño no tenga fiebre durante 24 horas, otros síntomas hayan mejorado o el niño tenga un diagnóstico de no COVID.
If symptoms, see above!
¡Si hay síntomas, consulte más arriba!
If both parties wore face coverings: Child may continue attending school but stay out of extracurricular/sportsactivities; also must test twice during 10 days following exposure
Si ambas partes se cubrieron la cara: El niño puede continuar asistiendo a la escuela pero permanecer fuera de las actividades deportivas / extracurriculares; También debe probarse dos veces durante los 10 días posteriores a la exposición.
If either party did not wear face covering: Child must quarantine from school for 10 days; quarantine can end on Day 8 if test is done on Day 6 or 7 from last exposure and result is negative
Si alguna de las partes no se cubrió la cara: El niño debe estar en cuarentena de la escuela durante 10 días; la cuarentena puede finalizar el día 8 si la prueba se realiza el día 6 o 7 desde la última exposición y el resultado es negativo.
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The Young and Brave Foundation to host golf tournament ne t mont or fi t a a nst cancer
“[Our mission is] to create a community of support for the families of children and young adults during their battle with cancer. Since we started in 2009, we have raised $1,113,278 has gone through our website directly to our warriors.”
BY MARA PYZEL
They are called Warriors. Tragically, these young fighters have more than earned the title. But a look at these Warriors reveals not the ferocious faces you might expect to see; rather, the Warriors of The Young and Brave Foundation appear kind and happy, grinning from ear to ear, or shyly clutching a much-loved teddy bear. Others are shown catching a wave or mid-twirl, donning a tutu. But other snaps of these Warriors reveal their battles: IV drips in their arms, bed-bound, surrounded by loved ones. Nonetheless, unmistabkly genuine smiles remain plastered on their faces, with determined deﬁance in their eyes. These are the arriors of The Young and Brave Foundation, and these y n ﬁ hters are wa in war against cancer. Backing these young Warriors in their battle is an army of supportive family and friends. But even with this support, premium treatment options require time and money from the patient and their caregivers. As medical bills stack up, the heartbreaking choice of spending time at work to pay the bills forces time away from the bedside of their ailing child during treatment. Recognizing the lack of available options for those struggling to pay medical bills motivated one local pro surfer to make a change. Nathaniel Curran, surfer and Channel Islands Global team manager, co-founded The Young and Brave ndati n, a ent ra ased n n r ﬁt
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The Young and the Brave Foundation is a fundraising organization for children, teenagers and young adults who are battling cancer. The foundation is returning next month for its annual golf tournament fundraising, after a pause on hosting events due to Covid19. that serves as a fundraising platform for families of kids, teens and young adults who have cancer. The Young and Brave Foundations was ﬁrst la nched in , in the h es that n
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this troubling experience for young patients and their families. “[Our mission is] to create a community of support for the families of children and young adults during their battle with cancer. ince we started in , we ha e raised , , has ne thr h our website directly to our warriors,” Curran said. The desi nated n n r ﬁt als h sts a yearly Newport surf contest and participates in Surf n Suds, a craft beer tasting showcase in Carpinteria. It also hosts a Thanksgiving dinner celebration for patients and their families. Though the last year forced a pause to events, the foundation is thrilled to kick thin s nce re, la nchin ac int action next month. “It’s been a hard few years dealing with id and n t ein a le t raise money (for) our warriors. The golf tournament is one of our biggest fundraisers and we are excited to get everyone out to support our warriors!” Curran said. Learn more at theyoungandbrave.com.
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n e t. , The n and ra e ndati n will e h stin the th nn al Golf Tournament in Camarillo. It promises to be a day of prizes, smiles, gifts and the long-awaited quality time with family and friends out on the green of the Spanish Hills Country Club. Tickets are available online at theyoungandbrave.com. T ﬁnd t re r n inate a warri r, isit they n and ra e.c . deally these Warriors grow into strong young men and women, and long, healthy lives; many of them do. Doing so frees Warriors and their families from a lifetime of debt. By supporting them, you are giving the gift of worry-free quality time for patients and their families––all of whom exude an inner strength worthy of the title Warrior.
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Rotary Club president Don Hall, left, thanks California Avocado Festival president Gary Dobbins, right, for speaking to the Rotary Club of Carpinteria Morning last week.
Avofest president updates Rotarians
ON THE ROAD
Avocado Festival president Gary Dobbins spoke to the Rotary Club of Carpinteria Morning, discussing the upcoming famed California Avocado Festival, and the plans for a smaller-scale event this year. The e ent will c s n a ac t the ts the e, ttin ar interians ﬁrst in both a nod to the festival’s roots in Carpinteria as well as to keep the event Covid-19 safe. The festival will take place on Saturday, October 2. Temperature checks will take place at the gate.
Carpinteria Lions Club donates to CHS FFA
The Carpinteria Lions Club donated $1,600 – from both club funds and local fundraising – to the Carpinteria High School Future Farmers of America, to help with the Heritage Livestock Show and Sale. The money will go toward helping students cover the costs relating to the animals they purchased, raised and cared for. “We would like to congratulate all of the students, and the ‘Novice’ award winners, for their hard work and dedication. Thanks also to Mr. Gomez and Mr. Lopez for their guide and support throughout the year,” Clyde Freeman said.
CVN hits Multnomah Falls, Trillium Lake for summer trip
Carpinteria resident Janis Johnson (pictured) and former Santa Barbara resident Jan Durso took one of CVN’s latest issues along with them for a 10-day road trip from Durso’s new home in South Beach, Oregon, enjoying the views across the beautiful state. The two visited Multnomah Falls, Trillium Lake and the most exciting of all – as Johnson put it – the 1,943 deep Crater Lake, with the 767-foot-high picturesque Lizard Island in the background.
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Rotarians, from left, Lourdes Trigueros, Kim Fly and Art Fisher participated in the beach cleanup.
Rotary Club of Carpinteria Morning cleans up
Members of the Rotary Club of Carpinteria Morning met two weeks ago for a beach clean-up, aiming to help clean up Carpinteria for its residents. Members such as Community Service Chair Lourdes Trigueros, Environmental Chair Kim Fly and previous president Art Fisher used pick-up grabbers to clean up trash, ﬁndin th litter and a and ned each t ys.
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Coastal View News • Carpinteria, California blocking the roadway and allowing the passenger to drink from a wine bottle. He had met the passenger at his workplace when she was drinking heavily at the bar. e ered t i e her a ride h e, in her car, and later stopped by Chevron (Coast Village) to buy her another bottle of wine. Reports from the She did not know who he was when she Santa Barbara County was contacted, and he did not know her heriff s fﬁce name. According to the passenger, she wanted to get an Uber for a ride home, A reader sends 15 a halo1to everyone boughthe a pumpkin at the howeverwho he insisted take her. After the Great Pumpkin Sale last Friday. helped forand a st ,“You he was i enus s raise rietymoney ﬁeld tests for the Project Main.” for DUI. The vehicle wasatarrested party also saidnew shestroller could hear a Children’s “large then bear growling” in her backyard. The was towed, and the passenger was driven reader halo to Gerihome and Gregg Carty being awesome. to safety by afor deputy. reporting partyAsaid shesends founda evidence “Thank you for being so supportive and working so hard on behalf that a bear was on her property earlier of inour thecommunity.” week. A neighbor told deputies Friday, August 20 that his Ring camera recorded a bear 1 hrs ia eal and A reader a halo to is going to be okay. You have and twosends cubs earlier inthe theJuarez week family. on his “Everything incon oad so many that all of you.” property andlove believes the bear and the A man was driving his vehicle while cubs returned for chickens located at nder the in and enceAnaalc h lfor when A reader sends a haloresidence. to GloriaFish Brown, Rinaldi Blair suchhe the reporting party’s and Becky failed to negotiate a turn in the roadway. thoughtful to the but office staff at Carpinteria School. “We truly and really Game wastreats contacted, they said they He Middle allowed his vehicle to drift over appreciate it.to You made our week.” had nobody respond. Deputies entered double yellow lines, across the opposing the ac yard and were a le t call the lane, then le t ed e Jill theTyler r adway, A reader sends a halo to Stefanie Michellethe Perry and for reporting party’s dog and returnedHerrington, him where his car struck and completely planning a spectacular night—An Evening in Bloom. “Much fun was had by all.” home. The property had two gates that destroyed about 65 feet of guardrail. were left open to allow the possible bear Public works responded and used heavy A reader sends a halo to the scout leaders for an excellent camping experience and to leave the property. equipment to move the steel guardrail out food, and to the scouts for their accomplishments this past weekend. the tra c lanes. e ailed t er r a Wednesday, August 18 persons ordering set ﬁfood eld s and riety tests r and erlycooking and was A reader sends a halo to all the preparing arrested r dri in nder the in ence. 1 hrs it and un anta the children’s meals at Aliso School. “Their meals are delicious, healthy, nutritious onica at ia and prepared witheal loving hands. My granddaughter especially loves the spaghetti suspect vehicle reversed into the Saturday, August 21 andAmeatballs.” victim’s vehicle at the 7-11 gas station, 1 hrs tolen ehicle asitas causing suspect A reader minor sends damage. a halo to The Aliso Schoolvehifor allowing upper elementary students to ass the oad cle proceeded to for leave the scene without dress in costume Halloween. A reporting party had reported his contacting the victim, committing a hit- vehicle stolen out of Ventura. A reporting and-run. The victim was able Bean to get&the A reader sends a halo to Coffee Tea Leaf forreceived generously donating coffee,a tea, party a phone call from man license plate of the suspect vehicle. and all of the accoutrements to Aliso School’sstating inaugural Principal’s Tea. “The he woke up in the stolenbevervehicle ages were thoroughly enjoyed and appreciated. Cheers to Coffee Bean!” and left it parked in Carpinteria because Thursday, August 19 he didn’t want to get in trouble. The A reader sends a haloato ereda the Carpinteria who chatted with melocated at the grocery unoccupied vehicle was parked 14 hrs oad mailman store in Buellton. “I was so touched that you recognized me and my kids. Thanks on Casitas Pass Road with the key in the and orth a eson ane for making my day.” A 27-year-old was driving his passen- ignition. The victim responded to the ger’s vehicle when he was contacted for scene and took possession of his vehicle. A reader sends a halo to Leanne of Carpinteria State Beach and the Plaza Playhouse Theater group for a fun, Carpinteria-style Ghost Walk. “I hope it is the first of many to come.” A reader sends a halo to the Indians football team. “These kids are what you call future leaders. Way to keep your head up. Stay strong.” A reader sends a halo to coaches Ron Contreras, David Acosta, Johnny and Mark Razo. “Thank you for staying with us at Carpinteria Indians football team.” A reader sends a pitchfork to Westmont College for bringing international criminal Henry Kissinger to our region. A reader sends a pitchfork to whoever took the reader’s dog’s pet stroller from a fenced-in front porch. “Duffy has spent many a days touring Carp in that stroller. He misses it.” A reader sends a pitchfork to Spanish teachers who don’t verbally interact with their students in Spanish. A reader sends a pitchfork to her neighbor who insists on playing obnoxiously loud Dubstep 24/7. “It’s great to enjoy music, but be considerate to the people around you.”
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Pu b l i c No t i c e s _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ IN T H E M AT T ER O F T H E APPL ICAT IO N O F SO NYA T H ERESA W IL L IAM S a k a SO NYA T ERESA W IL L IAM S O RD ER T O SH O W CAU SE F O R CH ANG E O F NAM E: CASE NO . 2 1CV 0 2 6 7 6 T O
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P r e es n t n a m e : SO NYA T H ERESA W IL L IAM S a k a SO NYA T ERESA W IL L IAM S P r o p o se d n a m e : SO NYA T ERESA W IL L IAM S T H E CO U RT O RD ERS t h a t a l l p e r so n s in te r e s te d in th is m a tte r s h a ll a p p e a r b e fo r e th is c o u r t a t th e h e a r in g in d ic a te d b e lo w to s h o w c a u s e , if a n y , w h y th e p e titio n fo r c h a n g e o f n a m e s h o u ld n o t b e g r a n t e d . A n y p e r so n o b j e ct i n g t o t h e name changes described above must ﬁle a w r itte n o b je c tio n th a t in c lu d e th e r e a s o n s f o r t h e o b j e c t i o n a t l e a s t t w o co u r t d a ys b e fo r e th e m a tte r is s c h e d u le d to b e h e a r d a n d m u st a p p e a r a t t h e h e a r i n g t o s h o w ca u se w h y t h e p e t i t i o n t h e p e t i t i o n sh o u l d n o t b e g r a n t e d . I f n o w r i t t e n o b j e ct i o n i s timely ﬁled, the court may grant the petition w ith o u t a h e a r in g . NO T ICE O F H EARING S e p t e m b e r 1 3 , 2 0 2 1 a t 1 0 :0 0 a m , D e p t: 5 , S u p e r io r C o u r t o f C a lifo r n ia , C o u n ty o f S a n ta B a r b a r a , 1 1 0 0 A n a c a p a S tre e t, S a n ta B a rb a ra , C A 9 3 1 2 1 - 1 1 0 7 . A co p y o f t h i s o r d e r t o S h o w C a u s e s h a ll b e p u b lis h e d in th e C a r p i n t e r i a - S u m m e r l a n d C o a st a l V i e w a n e w sp a p e r o f g e n e r a l ci r cu l a t i o n , p r i n t e d i n t h i s co u n t y , a t l e a st o n ce e a ch w e e k f o r fo u r s u c c e s s iv e w e e k s p r io r to th e d a te s e t f o r t h e h e a r i n g o n t h e p e t i t i o n . D a t e d Ju l y 2 2 , 2 0 2 1 b y C o l l e e n K . S t e r n e , Ju d g e o f th e S u p e r io r C o u r t. F IL C o D a C h
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P u b l i sh : A u g u st 5 , 1 2 , 1 9 , 2 6 , 2 0 2 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ F ICT IT IO U S B U SINESS NAM E ST AT EM ENT . T h e f o l l o w i n g E n t i t y ( i e s ) i s / a r e d o i n g b u s i n e s s a s Z O G IND U ST RIES a t 6 3 8 9 -A R O S E L A N E , C A R P IN T E R IA , C A , 9 3 0 1 3 ( m a ilin g a d d r e s s : P .O . B O X 1 2 2 2 , C A R P IN T E R IA , C A 9 3 0 1 4 ) . F u ll n a m e o f r e g i st r a n t ( s) : SEXW AX INCO RPO RAT ED a t S A M E A D D R E S S . T h i s b u s i n e s s i s c o n d u c t e d b y a Co r p o r a t i o n . This statement was ﬁled with the C o u n t y 0 7 / 2 8 / 2 0 2 1 . T h e r e g i st r a n t b e g a n t r a n sa ct i n g b u si n e s o n M a r ch 1 5 , 1 9 7 9 . S ig n e d : F R E D E R IC K C . H E R Z O G lll, P R E S ID E N T . In a c c o r d a n c e w ith s u b division (a) of section 17920, a ﬁctitious n a m e st a t e m e n t g e n e r a l l y e xp i r e s a t t h e end of ﬁve years from the date on which it was ﬁled in the ofﬁce of the County Clerk, e xce p t , a s p r o vi d e d i n su b d i vi si o n ( b ) o f se ct i o n 1 7 9 2 0 , w h e r e i t e xp i r e s 4 0 d a ys a fte r a n y c h a n g e in th e fa c ts s e t fo r th in th e s ta te m e n t p u r s u a n t to s e c tio n 1 7 9 1 3 o th e r t h a n a ch a n g e i n t h e r e si d e n ce a d d r e s of a registered owner. A new ﬁctitious business name must be ﬁled before the expiration. The ﬁling of this statement does n o t o f i t se l f a u t h o r i ze t h e u se i n t h i s s t a t e of a ﬁctitious business name in violation o f th e r ig h ts o f a n o th e r u n d e r F e d e r a l, S t a t e , o r co m m o n l a w ( se e se ct i o n 1 4 4 1 E t S e q ., B u s in e s s a n d P r o fe s s io n s c o d e ) . I h e r e b y c e r tify th is c o p y is a c o r r e c t c o p y o f the original statement on ﬁle in my ofﬁce. J o s e p h E . H o lla n d , C o u n ty C le r k - R e c o r d e r ( S E A L ) F B N2 0 2 1- 0 0 0 2 19 4 . P u b l i sh : A u g u st 5 , 1 2 , 1 9 , 2 6 , 2 0 2 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ F ICT IT IO U S B U SINESS NAM E ST AT EM ENT . T h e f o l l o w i n g E n t i t y ( i e s ) i s / a r e d o i n g b u s i n e s a s H O U SE T O H O M E a t 3 8 2 5 S T A T E S T R E E T S U IT E E 1 4 3 , S A N T A B A R B A R A , C A 9 3 1 0 5 . F u ll n a m e o f r e g i s t r a n t ( s ) : SH ERRI L J U REY a t 4 4 5 5 H O L L IS T E R R D S T E 1 1 , G O L E T A C A 9 3 1 1 0 . T h i s b u si n e s i s co n d u ct e d b y a n In d i v i d u a l . This statement was ﬁled with th e C o u n ty 0 8 /0 3 /2 0 2 1 . T h e r e g is tr a n t b e g a n t r a n sa ct i n g b u si n e s o n O ct 1 , 2 0 2 0 . S i g n e d : S H E R R I L JU R E Y , O W N E R . I n a c c o r d a n c e w ith s u b d iv is io n ( a ) o f s e c tio n 17920, a ﬁctitious name statement generally expires at the end of ﬁve years from the date on which it was ﬁled in the ofﬁce o f t h e C o u n t y C l e r k, e xc e p t , a s p r o v i d e d i n su b d i vi si o n ( b ) o f se ct i o n 1 7 9 2 0 , w h e r e i t e xp i r e s 4 0 d a ys a f t e r a n y ch a n g e i n t h e f a ct s se t f o r t h i n t h e st a t e m e n t p u r s u a n t t o se ct i o n 1 7 9 1 3 o t h e r t h a n a ch a n g e i n th e r e s id e n c e a d d r e s s o f a r e g is te r e d owner. A new ﬁctitious business name must be ﬁled before the expiration. The ﬁling of this statement does not of itself authorize the use in this state of a ﬁctitious b u si n e s n a m e i n v i o l a t i o n o f t h e r i g h t s o f a n o t h e r u n d e r F e d e r a l , S t a t e , o r co m m o n l a w ( se e se c t i o n 1 4 4 1 E t S e q . , B u si n e s a n d P r o fe s s io n s c o d e ) . I h e r e b y c e r tify t h i s co p y i s a co r r e ct co p y o f t h e o r i g i n a l statement on ﬁle in my ofﬁce. Joseph E. H o l l a n d , C o u n t y C l e r k- R e co r d e r ( S E A L ) F B N2 0 2 1- 0 0 0 2 2 4 4 . P u b l i sh : A u g u st 5 , 1 2 , 1 9 , 2 6 , 2 0 2 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ F ICT IT IO U S B U SINESS NAM E ST AT EM ENT . T h e f o l l o w i n g E n t i t y ( i e s ) i s/ a r e d o i n g b u si n e s a s ( 1 ) T H E F IX ( 2 ) T H E F IX 8 0 5 a t 6 5 6 0 P A R D A L L R O A D . U N IT C , G O L E T A C A 9 3 1 1 7 . F u ll n a m e o f r e g i s t r a n t ( s ) : SAND O L O RIAN L L C a t 5 1 6 W L O S O L IV O S S T , S A N T A B A R B A R A , C A 9 3 1 0 5 . T h i s b u si n e s i s co n d u ct e d b y a L i m i t e d L i a b i l i t y Co m p a n y . This statement was ﬁled with the C o u n t y 0 7 / 1 6 / 2 0 2 1 . T h e r e g i st r a n t b e g a n tr a n s a c tin g b u s in e s s o n N /A . S ig n e d : S T E P H E N M A L D O N A D O , O F F IC E R . In a c c o r d a n c e w ith s u b d iv is io n ( a ) o f s e c tio n
S t a t e , o r co m m o n l a w ( se e se ct i o n 1 4 4 1 E t S e q ., B u s in e s s a n d P r o fe s s io n s c o d e ) . I h e r e b y c e r tify th is c o p y is a c o r r e c t c o p y o f the original statement on ﬁle in my ofﬁce. J o s e p h E . H o lla n d , C o u n ty C le r k - R e c o r d e r ( S E A L ) F B N2 0 2 1- 0 0 0 2 2 9 3 .
17920, a ﬁctitious name statement generally expires at the end of ﬁve years from the date on which it was ﬁled in the ofﬁce o f t h e C o u n t y C l e r k, e xce p t , a s p r o vi d e d i n su b d i vi si o n ( b ) o f se ct i o n 1 7 9 2 0 , w h e r e i t e xp i r e s 4 0 d a ys a f t e r a n y ch a n g e i n t h e f a ct s se t f o r t h i n t h e st a t e m e n t p u r su a n t t o se ct i o n 1 7 9 1 3 o t h e r t h a n a ch a n g e i n th e r e s id e n c e a d d r e s s o f a r e g is te r e d owner. A new ﬁctitious business name must be ﬁled before the expiration. The ﬁling of this statement does not of itself authorize the use in this state of a ﬁctitious b u si n e s n a m e i n vi o l a t i o n o f t h e r i g h t s o f a n o t h e r u n d e r F e d e r a l , S t a t e , o r co m m o n l a w ( se e se ct i o n 1 4 4 1 E t S e q . , B u si n e s s a n d P r o fe s s io n s c o d e ) . I h e r e b y c e r tify t h i s co p y i s a co r r e ct co p y o f t h e o r i g i n a l statement on ﬁle in my ofﬁce. Joseph E. H o l l a n d , C o u n t y C l e r k- R e co r d e r ( S E A L ) F B N2 0 2 1- 0 0 0 2 0 9 5. P u b l i sh : A u g u st 1 2 , 1 9 , 2 6 , S e p t . 2 , 2 0 2 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ F ICT IT IO U S B U SINESS NAM E ST AT EM ENT . T h e f o l l o w i n g E n t i t y ( i e s ) i s / a r e d o i n g b u si n e s a s H IG H L AND SEL F ST O RAG E a t 2 0 0 E C A R R I L L O S T R E E T , S T E 2 0 0 , S A N T A B A R B A R A , C A 9 3 1 0 1 . F u l l n a m e o f r e g i s t r a n t ( s ) : EAST - W EST ST O RAG E L L C a t S A M E A D D R E S S A S A B O V E . T h i s b u si n e s i s co n d u ct e d b y a L i m i t e d L i a b i l i t y Co m p a n y . T h i s s ta te m e n t w a s file d w ith th e C o u n ty 0 8 / 0 4 / 2 0 2 1 . T h e r e g i st r a n t b e g a n t r a n s a c tin g b u s in e s s o n M a y 1 9 , 2 0 0 1 . S ig n e d : K E N N E T H P . S L A U G H T , M A N A G E R . In a c c o r d a n c e w ith s u b d iv is io n ( a ) o f s e c tio n 17920, a ﬁctitious name statement generally expires at the end of ﬁve years from the date on which it was ﬁled in the ofﬁce o f t h e C o u n t y C l e r k, e xce p t , a s p r o vi d e d i n su b d i vi si o n ( b ) o f se ct i o n 1 7 9 2 0 , w h e r e i t e xp i r e s 4 0 d a ys a f t e r a n y ch a n g e i n t h e f a ct s s e t f o r t h i n t h e st a t e m e n t p u r su a n t t o se ct i o n 1 7 9 1 3 o t h e r t h a n a ch a n g e i n th e r e s id e n c e a d d r e s s o f a r e g is te r e d owner. A new ﬁctitious business name must be ﬁled before the expiration. The ﬁling of this statement does not of itself authorize the use in this state of a ﬁctitious b u si n e s n a m e i n vi o l a t i o n o f t h e r i g h t s o f a n o t h e r u n d e r F e d e r a l , S t a t e , o r co m m o n l a w ( se e se ct i o n 1 4 4 1 E t S e q . , B u si n e s a n d P r o fe s s io n s c o d e ) . I h e r e b y c e r tify t h i s co p y i s a co r r e ct co p y o f t h e o r i g i n a l statement on ﬁle in my ofﬁce. Joseph E. H o l l a n d , C o u n t y C l e r k- R e co r d e r ( S E A L ) F B N2 0 2 1- 0 0 0 2 2 51. P u b l i sh
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P r e se n t n a m e : D EV O N M ARIE H AL EY P r o p o se d n a m e : D EV O N H AL EY NEL SO N T H E CO U RT O RD ERS t h a t a l l p e r so n s in te r e s te d in th is m a tte r s h a ll a p p e a r b e f o r e t h i s co u r t a t t h e h e a r i n g i n d i ca t e d b e lo w to s h o w c a u s e , if a n y , w h y th e p e titio n fo r c h a n g e o f n a m e s h o u ld n o t b e g r a n t e d . A n y p e r so n o b j e ct i n g t o t h e name changes described above must ﬁle a w r itte n o b je c tio n th a t in c lu d e th e r e a s o n s f o r t h e o b j e ct i o n a t l e a st t w o co u r t d a ys b e fo r e th e m a tte r is s c h e d u le d to b e h e a r d a n d m u st a p p e a r a t t h e h e a r i n g t o s h o w ca u se w h y t h e p e t i t i o n t h e p e t i t i o n sh o u l d n o t b e g r a n t e d . I f n o w r i t t e n o b j e ct i o n i s timely ﬁled, the court may grant the petition w ith o u t a h e a r in g . NO T ICE O F H EARING S e p t e m b e r 2 1 , 2 0 2 1 a t 1 0 :0 0 a m , D e p t: 3 , S u p e r io r C o u r t o f C a lifo r n ia , C o u n ty o f S a n ta B a r b a r a , 1 1 0 0 A n a c a p a S tre e t, S a n ta B a rb a ra , C A 9 3 1 2 1 - 1 1 0 7 . A co p y o f t h i s o r d e r t o S h o w C a u s e s h a ll b e p u b lis h e d in th e C a r p i n t e r i a - S u m m e r l a n d C o a st a l V i e w a n e w sp a p e r o f g e n e r a l ci r cu l a t i o n , p r i n t e d i n t h i s co u n t y , a t l e a st o n ce e a ch w e e k f o r f o u r su ce si ve w e e ks p r i o r t o t h e d a t e se t f o r t h e h e a r i n g o n t h e p e t i t i o n . D a t e d 0 8 / 0 2 / 2 0 2 1 b y T h o m a s P . A n d e r l e , Ju d g e o f th e S u p e r io r C o u r t. F IL C o D a C h
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P u b l i sh : A u g u st 1 2 , 1 9 , 2 6 , S e p t . 2 , 2 0 2 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ F ICT IT IO U S B U SINESS NAM E ST AT EM ENT . T h e f o l l o w i n g E n t i t y ( i e s ) i s/ a r e d o i n g b u si n e s a s L A CO ND ESA B AK ING CO M PANY a t 3 6 2 M O H A W K R O A D , S A N T A B A R B A R A , C A 9 3 1 0 9 , ( m a ilin g a d d r e s s ) P .O . B O X 9 0 3 3 3 , S A N T A B A R B A R A , C A 9 3 1 9 0 - 0 3 3 3 . F u ll n a m e o f r e g i s t r a n t ( s ) : EIL EEN A RAND AL L a t 3 6 2 M O H A W K R O A D , S A N T A B A R B A R A , C A 9 3 1 0 9 . T h i s b u si n e s i s co n d u ct e d b y a n In d i v i d u a l . This statement was ﬁled with th e C o u n ty 0 8 /0 9 /2 0 2 1 . T h e r e g is tr a n t b e g a n tr a n s a c tin g b u s in e s s o n A u g 0 1 , 2 0 2 1 . S ig n e d : E IL E E N A R A N D A L L , C H E F / O W N E R . I n a co r d a n ce w i t h su b division (a) of section 17920, a ﬁctitious n a m e st a t e m e n t g e n e r a l l y e xp i r e s a t t h e end of ﬁve years from the date on which it was ﬁled in the ofﬁce of the County Clerk, e xce p t , a s p r o vi d e d i n su b d i vi si o n ( b ) o f se ct i o n 1 7 9 2 0 , w h e r e i t e xp i r e s 4 0 d a ys a fte r a n y c h a n g e in th e fa c ts s e t fo r th in th e s ta te m e n t p u r s u a n t to s e c tio n 1 7 9 1 3 o th e r t h a n a ch a n g e i n t h e r e si d e n ce a d d r e s o f a r e g is te r e d o w n e r. A n e w fic titio u s business name must be ﬁled before the expiration. The ﬁling of this statement does n o t o f i t se l f a u t h o r i ze t h e u se i n t h i s st a t e of a ﬁctitious business name in violation o f th e r ig h ts o f a n o th e r u n d e r F e d e r a l,
P u b l i sh : A u g u st 1 9 , 2 6 , S e p t . 2 , 9 , 2 0 2 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ F ICT IT IO U S B U SINESS NAM E ST AT EM ENT . T h e f o l l o w i n g E n t i t y ( i e s ) i s / a r e d o i n g b u s i n e s s a s SEAB L U E CO L L ECT IV E a t 2 2 9 C A L L E S E R R E N T O , G O L E T A , C A 9 3 1 1 7 . F u ll n a m e o f r e g i s t r a n t ( s ) : T H E O CEAN IS F EM AL E L L C a t 2 2 9 C A L L E S E R R E N T O , G O L E T A , C A 9 3 1 1 7 . T h i s b u si n e s i s co n d u ct e d b y a L i m i t e d L i a b i l i t y Co m p a n y . This statement was ﬁled with the County 0 8 / 1 3 / 2 0 2 1 . T h e r e g i st r a n t b e g a n t r a n sa ct i n g b u si n e s o n Ju l y 3 1 , 2 0 2 1 . S i g n e d : L A U R E N S A N D E R , C O -F O U N D E R . In a c c o r d a n c e w ith s u b d iv is io n ( a ) o f s e c tio n 17920, a ﬁctitious name statement generally expires at the end of ﬁve years from the date on which it was ﬁled in the ofﬁce o f t h e C o u n t y C l e r k, e xce p t , a s p r o vi d e d i n su b d i vi si o n ( b ) o f se ct i o n 1 7 9 2 0 , w h e r e i t e xp i r e s 4 0 d a ys a f t e r a n y ch a n g e i n t h e f a ct s se t f o r t h i n t h e st a t e m e n t p u r su a n t t o se ct i o n 1 7 9 1 3 o t h e r t h a n a ch a n g e i n th e r e s id e n c e a d d r e s s o f a r e g is te r e d owner. A new ﬁctitious business name must be ﬁled before the expiration. The ﬁling of this statement does not of itself authorize the use in this state of a ﬁctitious b u si n e s n a m e i n vi o l a t i o n o f t h e r i g h t s o f a n o t h e r u n d e r F e d e r a l , S t a t e , o r co m m o n l a w ( se e se ct i o n 1 4 4 1 E t S e q . , B u si n e s a n d P r o fe s s io n s c o d e ) . I h e r e b y c e r tify t h i s co p y i s a co r r e ct co p y o f t h e o r i g i n a l statement on ﬁle in my ofﬁce. Joseph E. H o l l a n d , C o u n t y C l e r k- R e co r d e r ( S E A L ) F B N2 0 2 1- 0 0 0 2 3 57 . P u b l i sh : A u g u st 1 9 , 2 6 , S e p t . 2 , 9 , 2 0 2 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ F ICT IT IO U S B U SINESS NAM E ST AT EM ENT . T h e f o l l o w i n g E n t i t y ( i e s ) i s / a r e d o i n g b u s i n e s s a s PACCO M EJ IA’ S CO O RD INAT O R a t 2 3 N . S A L I N A S S T # B , S A N T A B A R B A R A , C A 9 3 1 0 3 , ( m a ilin g a d d r e s s ) P .O . B O X 4 1 8 0 3 , S A N T A B A R B A R A , C A 9 3 1 4 0 . F u ll n a m e o f r e g i s t r a n t ( s ) : F RANCISCO M EJ IA a t 2 3 N . S A L IN A S S T # B , S A N T A B A R B A R A , C A 9 3 1 0 3 . T h i s b u si n e s i s co n d u ct e d b y a n In d i v i d u a l . This statement was ﬁled with th e C o u n ty 0 8 /1 0 /2 0 2 1 . T h e r e g is tr a n t b e g a n tr a n s a c tin g b u s in e s s o n J u ly 2 5 , 2 0 2 1 . S ig n e d : F R A N C IS C O M E J IA , O W N E R . In a c c o r d a n c e w ith s u b d iv is io n ( a ) o f s e c tio n 17920, a ﬁctitious name statement generally expires at the end of ﬁve years from the date on which it was ﬁled in the ofﬁce o f t h e C o u n t y C l e r k, e xce p t , a s p r o vi d e d i n su b d i vi si o n ( b ) o f se ct i o n 1 7 9 2 0 , w h e r e i t e xp i r e s 4 0 d a ys a f t e r a n y ch a n g e i n t h e f a ct s se t f o r t h i n t h e st a t e m e n t p u r su a n t t o se ct i o n 1 7 9 1 3 o t h e r t h a n a ch a n g e i n th e r e s id e n c e a d d r e s s o f a r e g is te r e d owner. A new ﬁctitious business name must be ﬁled before the expiration. The ﬁling of this statement does not of itself authorize the use in this state of a ﬁctitious b u si n e s n a m e i n vi o l a t i o n o f t h e r i g h t s o f a n o t h e r u n d e r F e d e r a l , S t a t e , o r co m m o n l a w ( se e se ct i o n 1 4 4 1 E t S e q . , B u si n e s a n d P r o fe s s io n s c o d e ) . I h e r e b y c e r tify t h i s co p y i s a co r r e ct co p y o f t h e o r i g i n a l statement on ﬁle in my ofﬁce. Joseph E. H o l l a n d , C o u n t y C l e r k- R e co r d e r ( S E A L ) F B N2 0 2 1- 0 0 0 2 3 15. P u b l i sh : A u g u st 1 9 , 2 6 , S e p t . 2 , 9 , 2 0 2 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ F ICT IT IO U S B U SINESS NAM E ST AT EM ENT . T h e f o l l o w i n g E n t i t y ( i e s ) i s / a r e d o i n g b u s i n e s s a s L YT EL & L YT EL , L L P a t 2 2 5 E C A R R IL L O S T R E E T , S U IT E 2 0 3 , S A N T A B A R B A R A , C A 9 3 1 0 1 . F u l l n a m e o f r e g i s t r a n t ( s ) : ( 1) D IANA P L YT EL a t 5 1 1 8 C O N C O R D P L A C E , C A R P I N T E R I A , C A 9 3 1 0 3 ( 2 ) RO G ER B L YT EL a t 1 2 8 9 B E L A I R D R I V E , S A N T A B A R B A R A , C A 9 3 1 0 5 . T h i s b u si n e s i s c o n d u c t e d b y a L i m i t e d L i a b i l i t y Pa r t n e r s h i p . This statement was ﬁled with the C o u n t y 0 8 / 0 4 / 2 0 2 1 . T h e r e g i st r a n t b e g a n tr a n s a c tin g b u s in e s s o n A p r il 2 0 , 2 0 1 5 . S ig n e d : D IA N A P L Y T E L , P A R T N E R . In a c c o r d a n c e w ith s u b d iv is io n ( a ) o f s e c tio n 17920, a ﬁctitious name statement generally expires at the end of ﬁve years from the date on which it was ﬁled in the ofﬁce o f t h e C o u n t y C l e r k, e xce p t , a s p r o vi d e d i n su b d i vi si o n ( b ) o f se ct i o n 1 7 9 2 0 , w h e r e i t e xp i r e s 4 0 d a ys a f t e r a n y ch a n g e i n t h e f a ct s se t f o r t h i n t h e st a t e m e n t p u r su a n t t o se ct i o n 1 7 9 1 3 o t h e r t h a n a ch a n g e i n th e r e s id e n c e a d d r e s s o f a r e g is te r e d owner. A new ﬁctitious business name must be ﬁled before the expiration. The ﬁling of this statement does not of itself authorize the use in this state of a ﬁctitious b u si n e s n a m e i n vi o l a t i o n o f t h e r i g h t s o f a n o t h e r u n d e r F e d e r a l , S t a t e , o r co m m o n l a w ( se e se ct i o n 1 4 4 1 E t S e q . , B u si n e s a n d P r o fe s s io n s c o d e ) . I h e r e b y c e r tify t h i s co p y i s a co r r e ct co p y o f t h e o r i g i n a l statement on ﬁle in my ofﬁce. Joseph E. H o l l a n d , C o u n t y C l e r k- R e co r d e r ( S E A L ) F B N2 0 2 1- 0 0 0 2 2 55. P u b l i sh : A u g u st 1 9 , 2 6 , S e p t . 2 , 9 , 2 0 2 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ F ICT IT IO U S B U SINESS NAM E ST AT EM ENT . T h e f o l l o w i n g E n t i t y ( i e s ) i s / a r e d o i n g b u s i n e s s a s T RO U B L E B AK ER a t 7 7 , N E W C A S T L E C IR C L E , G O L E T A , C A 9 3 1 1 7 . F u ll n a m e o f r e g is tr a n t( s ) : D EB B IE M L AND IS a t S A M E A D D R E S S A S A B O V E . T h i s b u si n e s i s co n d u ct e d b y a n In d i v i d u a l . T h i s s t a t e m e n t w a s file d w ith th e C o u n ty 0 8 /0 9 /2 0 2 1 . T h e r e g i st r a n t b e g a n t r a n sa ct i n g b u si n e s o n A u g u s t 6 , 2 0 2 1 . S ig n e d : D E B B IE L A N D IS , O W N E R . I n a co r d a n ce w i t h su b d i vi si o n (a) of section 17920, a ﬁctitious name st a t e m e n t g e n e r a l l y e xp i r e s a t t h e e n d o f ﬁve years from the date on which it was ﬁled in the ofﬁce of the County Clerk, e xce p t , a s p r o vi d e d i n su b d i vi si o n ( b ) o f se ct i o n 1 7 9 2 0 , w h e r e i t e xp i r e s 4 0 d a ys a fte r a n y c h a n g e in th e fa c ts s e t fo r th in th e s ta te m e n t p u r s u a n t to s e c tio n 1 7 9 1 3 o th e r t h a n a ch a n g e i n t h e r e si d e n ce a d d r e s of a registered owner. A new ﬁctitious business name must be ﬁled before the expiration. The ﬁling of this statement does n o t o f i t se l f a u t h o r i ze t h e u se i n t h i s st a t e of a ﬁctitious business name in violation of th e r ig h ts o f a n o th e r u n d e r F e d e r a l, S ta te , o r c o m m o n la w ( s e e s e c tio n 1 4 4 1 E t S e q ., B u s in e s s a n d P r o fe s s io n s c o d e ) . I h e r e b y
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UNPREDICTABLE WILDERNESS CHUCK GRAHAM The weather-beaten, volcanic rock was some of the worst I have ever encountered. From atop a windswept marine terrace, I down-climbed the nearly sheer t tall cli t the r thy s r swirling below, my camera slung over my shoulder. Despite the unstable, crumbly rock cloaked in hardy multi-colored lichen, island wildflowers brightly lit up the ra ed cli side with shels tansy ra wort, Indian pink, pastel-like Santa Cruz Island liveforever and vibrant seaside daisy. ll island ra, literally r win out of the porous, volcanic rock. As I methodically descended toward dark, cobalt blue seas, to the east whitecaps heaved across a gray Santa Barbara Channel. Momentarily distracted, a stealthy, cunning peregrine falcon buzzed the rd r li e cli s, n d t see in out an opportunity for a seabird slaying. Keeping me company were several busy Bewick’s wrens, their loud, melodi s irds n ta in y ind the tedious down-climb and in sharp contrast t the wa e attered cli s awaitin elow. Literally every step, every handhold was suspect to say the least. Three hundred feet down felt like 3,000. A misstep w ld a e it di c lt t sel arrest, and on several occasions, I envisioned myself plunging out of control to a turbulent, nameless cove 100 feet beneath me. The best option was continuing my concentration making sure my path was as secure as it could be. Squadrons of California brown pelicans soared in triangular formation hundreds of feet above the seemingly lonely marine terraces, but also well below a high canopy of dewy overcast. Those yin l w el w e arely s i ed st above the choppy seas, a mere wingtip steady against fast-moving down-island currents and meager westerly wind waves. The spring of 2021 has proven to be the most pelicans I have seen in recent e ry, c n re atin n inﬁnite erch sites li e island ar yles and ying spiritedly, reveling with increasingly persistent northwest winds.
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w st eet a e that na eless, craggy cove, surrounding rocky outcrops were adorned in pungent whitewash, seabird guano, a place shared by perching pelicans, western gulls, and nesting Brandt’s cormorants. Never before had I seen Brandt’s cormorants nesting on these artic lar wa e attered cli s. T me it did not seem like the best location to nest where they were in direct line with consistent, howling northwest winds. However, seabirds know best, and Brandt’s cormorants nest in dense colonies. They en y the n redicta le ela ic elements and thrive in the worst of it. This s eciﬁc r ery had s ewhere etween 30 to 50 active nests, and those nests were something to behold. There is truly only one way to observe and get photos of certain seabird species and that is to lay low and lay down in seabird guano, fresh or crusted over. Once settled in, I forgot about my dirty clothes and the stench that comes with it. I was where I wanted to be. The Brandt’s were on eggs and even a few pterodactyl-like chicks were already poking their heads out beneath their attentive parents, croaking parents equipped with a slashing spur on the end of their beaks to thwart any attempts by opportunistic ravens hoping to nab a chick or even an egg. During nesting season, both parents possess a brilliant blue pouch on their throats, but also blue
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randt s cor orant parents tend to their eight eyes ne l e eyed cli dweller eerin into the eyes of another. The nests themselves are a work of art, the ocean providing all the Brandt’s need to construct their mound-like homes. They utilize their abundant resources well. Brandt’s cormorants possess a thicker bone density than other seabirds, which means they are heavier than their pelagic counterparts. It is why they appear so awkward when attempting t ta e i ht, str lin i htily t li t r the cean s s r ace. hen they land, they crash land, not the most grace displayed above water. However, down below in those dark depths, Brandt’s corrants rish, that thic er ne density allowing them to dive deep, propelled by large, webbed feet. In truth, Brandt’s are more like a snake in the water than a seabird, that serpentine-like style serving them well, taking them as far down as 300 feet for their food. Those dives also come in handy for their nesting material. Countless times r y aya , e watched the y y with beaks full of all types of kelp. They
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also build with twigs and other organic atter. n the end, their nests are rtiﬁed with their poop, that seabird guano impersonating something along the lines of paper mache or even cement. Eventually their nests e l ed all al n the cli ace. The parents swapped out on nesting duties, t als rtiﬁed that reci s nest for the next wave of Brandt’s cormorants. li in ac that stee cli ace was much easier than doing the butt slide on the way down. It seemed handholds and foot placement were much simpler to come by, and the return ascent was less precarious. In 30 minutes, I was back up on top of that damp marine terrace. A lone island was ra in the cli ed es. t was hard to turn down photographing the , es ecially n s lid r nd. went. Adventure and travel writer Chuck Graham lives in Carpinteria and contributes his writing and photography to publications far and wide. For more wildlife photos, visit chuckgrahamphoto.com or follow Graham on Instagram at @chuckgrahamphoto.
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With Back to School comes football season
The notes on this photo speak for themselves, but it’s worth adding that the 1938 team was led by Carpinteria High School Hall of Famers Phil Olds and Gordon Milne, who were honored as Most Valuable Back and Most Valuable Lineman, respectively. Lou Panizzon, longtime coach, educator and CVN-go to for all Warrior sports history, provided the 1938 team information here and in the book “Images of America: Carpinteria,” which can be purchased at the Carpinteria Valley Museum of History. To learn more about Carpinteria history, visit the Carpinteria Valley Museum of History’s website carpinteriahistoricalmuseum.org to access more articles on local history. To support the preservation of local history, consider becoming a member of the Carpinteria Historical Society.
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CARPINTERIA HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL FULL SEASON SCHEDULE 2021 Friday, August 27 Carpinteria at Morro Bay, 7:00 p.m. (Season Opener) Friday, September 3 *Carpinteria vs. St. Monica, 7:00 p.m. (Home Opener) Friday, September 10 4 year old ohn ﬁ e years.
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W h en 40-year-old J ohn Romais graduated from Carpinteria High in 1999, he competed in cross country and baseball, but it wasn’t until college that he started excelling as an athlete – and now, he has reached the Ironman 70.3 W orld Championships for the second time in ust fi e years. In , omais ualified for his age group in the orld championships in the 70.3 Ironman competition, which consists of a 1.2-mile swim, a 56-mile bike ride and a 13.1-mile run. This year, he repeated the same feat, placing in the top of his di ision at the Ironman ualifier in hio on uly , securing a spot in the t o-day final e ent starting Sept. in St. George, tah. After graduating from Carpinteria, Romais pursued running at Santa ar ara City College and then took up s imming and iking hen he oined the triathlon team at the ni ersity of California, San iego. He has since relocated to Carlsbad with his wife Molly and daughter Makena, but during the pandemic he spent a lot of time in Carpinteria with his parents, Theresa and J ay Romais. heresa said he lo es to train here in to n ecause its “consistent weather, easy and q uick access to water for swimming, safe roads for biking, and soft nature trails to run amongst, make Carp a perfect triathlon training ground.” Romais turned 40 in February and said while personal records are in the memory books, nowadays the secret to racing and qual ifying for these age-group W orld Championship races is to try and stay the same speed while getting older. He is the southern California captain of the “ eam oot” national amateur team. “I find moti ation these days from my family and trying to keep up with some of the younger, faster members of Team oot,” he said. The Ironman 70.3 W orld Championship is on Friday and Saturday, Sept. - , in St. George, tah.
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*Carpinteria vs. Channel Islands, 7:00 p.m. Friday, September 17 Carpinteria at Brentwood School, 6:00 p.m. Friday, September 24 *Carpinteria vs. Mission Prep, 7:00 p.m. Friday, October 1 *Carpinteria vs. Viewpoint, 7:00 p.m. Friday, October 8 Carpinteria at Fillmore, 7:00 p.m. (League Opener) Friday, October 15 *Carpinteria vs. Nordhoff, 7:00 p.m. (League Game) Friday, October 22 Carpinteria at Hueneme, 7:00 p.m. (League Game) Friday, October 29 *Carpinteria vs. Santa Paula, 7:00 p.m. (League Game) *Denotes Home Game
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guidance for youth sports. It appears to be another year that will challenge the adjustability of schools, teams and families.”
Warriors football is back
Perhaps one of the biggest returns of the week will be the return of Friday night Warrior foot all. Carpinteria ill take the trip to Morro ay to play their season opener efore returning home ne t eek for their first home game at Carpinteria alley Memorial Stadium against St. Monica. “The coaches are ready, the athletes are ready and now spectators can be ready to return to action. The W arrior wagon truly needs the community’s support to make the wheels turn,” Cooney said. This return to in-person spectators at local events marks a change from the past seasons that were restricted due to the Covid-10 pandemic, but Cooney is hoping the fans will help inspire the student athletes. “W ithout fans on the pool deck, on the course, courtside, or in the football stadium, the return to interactive in person sports will be only partially successful. The W arriors need ‘ seats in the seats’ and more supportive energy than ever,” Cooney said. Their current plan is to safely open the venues and to remain adjustable enough to keep all of the supporters safe no matter the changes in guidance, he said.
Gym will be open for athletics and PE
Carpinteria football is ready to begin its full ten-game schedule this week on Aug. 27.
With Measure upgrades to the gymnasium and campus in the orks, some ere worried that the gym would be unavailable to athletics this fall. Cooney said that although there is work to be done, the facilities will be in use this season. “The gym, though incomplete, is going to be open immediately,” Cooney said. “It’s the largest classroom on the CHS campus so PE and athletics will enjoy the new facility from the get-go. This might cause a few wrinkles, but we’ll do what we can to get them ironed out.”
Carpinteria High School athletics are back into action this week
After a summer of uncertainty, and a year of unconventional sports with shortened and canceled seasons, the W arriors are excited to get back into action. This fall, Carpinteria will be competing in cross country, girls tennis, girls volleyball, football and boys water polo. On the schedule for this week, girls tennis will host matches at home against St. Bonaventure and V iewpoint. The boys water polo team, who was placed on the CIF’s “teams to watch” list, will be put to the test against the storied powerhouse polo programs at Dos Pueblos on Tuesday and at home against Royal on Saturday. “W e expect all of the fall programs to be successful in delivering positive educationbased athletics experiences,” Cooney said. “W e believe that maintaining the dual goals of personal development and team victory ensures success.” He is looking forward to the season and said W arriors athletics have a great season ahead. “W e expect cross country runners to set new personal records, the tennis team will try to repeat as Citrus Coast League champions; water polo will remain dominant in the league, while girls volleyball and football will rise to the level of really stiff competition. It’s going to be great,” he said.
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Thursday, August 26
*Carpinteria Girls Tennis vs. Viewpoint, 3:30 p.m.
Friday, August 27
Carpinteria Football vs. Morro Bay, 7:00 p.m.
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*Carpinteria Boys Water Polo vs. Royal, 3:30 p.m. *Denotes home game
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Girls volleyball clears the block and “breaks the ice” to get the 2021 season off to a great start.
Girls volleyball kicks off season
he first to get ack to action as girls olley all, ho participated in the talentpacked “Bishop Diego Cardinal Classic,” going toe-to-toe with some of the best teams in the CIF Southern Section, said Athletic Director Pat Cooney. The tournament’s venue was changed three times, from Cate School to Page Youth Center and eventually to its final spot at San Marcos igh School a reminder of the “ne norm” of e i ility and change, Cooney said.
COVID protocols and high school sports
As for the protocols and procedures surrounding Covid-19, the programs are proceeding with caution, but spectators will be allowed at games, following all applicable health and safety guidelines. “To date, the only SB County Covid-19 guidance for youth sports is that masks must be worn 100% indoors,” Cooney said. “In addition, we are seeing some schools develop their own protocols and some neighboring counties are slowly developing
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