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programs to help seniors live healthy and meaningful lives – while staying in their homes. The non-profit organization aims to provide seniors with a network of volunteers and services which will allow them to continue living in their homes for as long as possible. Members will pay a yearly $79 fee
for transportation, meal delivery and other key services. Since Kovacs left CPA in 2010, she has worked as a business and nonprofit consultant. “While I enjoy the work, I’ve found that I really miss being more deeply involved in and connected to the community,” Kovacs said.
“When the opportunity presented itself for someone to help guide Santa Barbara Village through its launch and into its future, I absolutely had to pursue it. I couldn’t be more excited to join this great organization as its executive director.” Kovacs spent nine years as director See DIRECTOR, page 6
Getting festive for the 4th DAILY SOUND EDITOR
Santa Barbaraʼs Redevelopment Agency and Campbell & Campbell will hold public workshops starting this month to discuss the planned Library Plaza Improvement Project.
Former Citizens Planning Association director replaces founder BY JOSHUA MOLINA
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Naomi Kovacs, the longtime executive director of the Citizens Planning Association, will now lead the startup nonprofit the Santa Barbara Village. Kovacs, 43, took over on Friday. The organization was formed in 2010 and is in the process of establishing
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Jury gives guilty verdict for Ibarra
A jury on Friday convicted Robert Ibarra, 39, of first-degree murder for the 2004 stabbing of Elias Silva.
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Paul Lamberton (left) and Rex Stephens sit in a vehicle on Friday used for the annual 4th of July Parade, planned for 1 p.m. starting at State and Sola streets.
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County of Santa Barbara BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING On Tuesday, July 12, 2011, the County Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing at the Betteravia Government Center Board of Supervisors Hearing Room, located at 511 East Lakeside Parkway, Santa Maria and consider the following: Consider the introduction (first reading) and set for August 2, 2011, the adoption (second reading) of an Ordinance to amend the text of Chapter 25, Petroleum Code, of the Santa Barbara County Code. If adopted this amendment will modify existing definitions for High Risk Operations and will amend remediation requirements for operations determined to be “high risk”. Please see the posted agenda, available on Thursday prior to the meeting, for a more specific time for this item. However, the order of the agenda may be rearranged or the item may be continued. Anyone interested in this matter is invited to appear and speak in support of or in opposition to the project. Written comments are also welcome. All letters should be addressed to the Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors, c/o Clerk of the Board, 105 East Anapamu Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101. The proposed amendment, including a staff analysis of the proposal, may be reviewed at the Clerk of the Board’s Office, 105 East Anapamu Street, Santa Barbara, or at the Planning and Development Department, 123 East Anapamu Street, Santa Barbara, or 624 East Foster Road, Suite C, Santa Maria, one week prior to the date of the public hearing. For further information, please contact the Director of Development Services, Dianne Black, at (805) 568-2086 or FAX: (805) 568-2030 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Persons may address the Board of Supervisors by using the remote video testimony system located at the Board of Supervisors Hearing Room located at 105 East Anapamu Street, Santa Barbara. If you challenge the project in court, you may be limited to raising only those issues you or someone else raised at the public hearing described in this notice, or in written correspondence to the Board of Supervisors prior to the public hearing. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance to participate in this hearing, please contact the Clerk of the Board at (805) 568-2240 at least 48 hours prior to the hearing so that reasonable arrangements may be made.
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Events begin Monday morning
City workers have already fenced-off part of West Beach in preparation for Monday nightʼs fireworks show. Festivities begin at 11 a.m. Monday at the beach, with booths and food. Itʼs one of many events, including a downtown Santa Barbara parade, honoring Independence Day.
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There will be a festive 4th of July spirit all over Santa Barbara and Goleta. Groups in the cities will celebrate the United States’ 235th birthday on Monday with a slate of festivities such as parades, concerts and a fireworks show. The 49th annual 4th of July Parade, put on by the Spirit of ‘76, will be the main attraction during the day in Downtown Santa Barbara. The parade starts at 1 p.m. on State and Sola streets, going down to Cota Street. This year’s parade will feature floats, restored cars, marching bands and Miss Liberty, a 15-foot scale model of the Statue of Liberty. After the parade, the Spirit will also be
putting on a concert at the Sunken Gardens at the Courthouse from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Paul Lamberton, organizer for Spirit of ‘76, said the concert is a revival of the event once put on by the Santa Barbara Symphony. The concert features local musicians playing traditional American tunes. “We felt this was an opportunity to bring together all members of our community that perhaps have not shown their artistic talents in the past,” Lamberton said. Artists include Debra Brietling, Andy Russo, Gary Smith, Megan Wilson, Bryan Andrew Tari and the Santa Ynez Valley Choral Society. West Beach will be transformed
Monday for the 2011 Freedom Celebration. Food and drink booths will be open starting at 11 a.m. and live music starts at 7 p.m. The celebration culminates in the annual fireworks display at 9 p.m. Because of parking restrictions, alternative transportation or carpooling is strongly encouraged by event organizers. Those feeling like celebrating can spend a little more money and attend at the Canary Hotel, 31 West Carrillo St., Santa Barbara, at “S’More Sparkle.” It’s a barbecue on the hotel’s rooftop, The Perch, from 5:30 to 10:30 p.m. In addition to the traditional barbecue fare, drinks and a live DJ, the hotel offers some of the best views of the mountains and See 4TH OF JULY, page 12
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Government debt and you ASK SETH & BRAD
With the August government debt ceiling approaching, you may be concerned about what it means to you, your financial security and the probable outcome. While guessing exactly what politicians will do is impossible, it is widely believed that not extending the debt limit could result in a worse financial situation than we just went through. For this reason alone, we believe the following solutions and results are most probable. Since 1917, the debt limit has been increased numerous times, usually associated with great political drama. If history repeats, the outcome will be a compromise. For the average investor, the probable result will be higher taxes for those in the upper-income ranges as well as higher taxes on dividends and capital gains. Budget cuts will most likely impact older Americans as Medicare and Social Security pose the greatest future financial challenges to the country if not addressed. And with the end of the Federal Reserve monetary easing programs (QE2), interest rates are naturally expected to rise. The summary outcome appears to be a compromised “fix” at the expense of those who are older and those who are wealthier. If this is the case, you need to be prepared to have saved enough and that you are protected sufficiently against higher taxes and increased interest rates. Without diving into particulars, the issues are straight forward, our government has been running huge deficits and we are maxed out on the national “credit card.” We have only a few options which span the spectrum of increasing our “limit” once again or making tremendous spending cuts mixed with increased taxation. Some combination seems to be the direction we are heading toward. Regardless of the solution or political party posturing, the numbers indicate that the budget cannot be balanced strictly by cutting discretionary government spending. If we cut all of the nondefense discretionary spending, that would only account for half of the current deficit according to the government budget reports. Well, then how about cutting 100 percent of defense? That does not do it either. You would have to cut 100 percent of defense along with all of Social Security and then you
cover the deficit. From all the reports and numbers we have reviewed, it does not appear as though the budget can be balanced without spending cuts to Social Security, defense, Medicaid and Medicare while increasing taxes as well. This is our conclusion, what do others say on the matter?
dations for cuts to taxes but a reduction to some tax breaks. Social Security and defense spending seems to be largely untouched. The President’s plan focuses on tax increases, lower interest costs and the majority of savings coming from nondefense discretionary, defense and medical programs. His proposal already assumes the repeal of the Bush era tax cuts already set to expire on their own in 2013. So why not just cut some spending and increase taxes to fix this today? If the “fix” was immediate, the last recession would seem like a walk in the park as the economic hit would be too great. The reason why we believe the politicians will address this “appropriately.” So what is the most likely scenario? Your guess is as good as anyone but we would expect a rise to the debt limit associated with some kind of budget limitation. This will kick the can down
‘As a society we will have to save more for ourselves, rely less on government, pay more in taxes – especially for those earning more than $250,000 – and expect fewer benefits coming from Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid.’ Last December the Deficit Commission issued a report that was supported by 11 of 18 members with the following major points. Discretionary spending levels should be cut to pre2008 levels with increases at 50 percent of inflation (thus not keeping up with price increases … a further “cut”). A recommended 15 cent gasoline tax for a few years. A cut to corporate and individual tax rates but taking back some mortgage deductions and tax benefits associated with municipal bond interest, dividends, capital gains and health insurance. While increasing Social Security age eligibility and making reforms to Medicare and Medicaid. The “Ryan Plan” focuses on spending controls to Medicare and Medicaid (mostly State driven to put them in control to promote hopeful efficiency). Then some kind of subsidized health care premium program along with some similar Deficit Commission recommen-
the road into 2012 where we have the same argument again. But from all the proposals and reviews from both sides of the aisle, the themes are clear. As a society we will have to save more for ourselves, rely less on government, pay more in taxes – especially for those earning more than $250,000 – and expect fewer benefits coming from Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid. And every government program will be under fire, including defense, which has to be cut as well. When the family hits financial troubles, everyone feels it. From top to bottom, we all need to chip in on this one … and for a long time. Save more, protect your portfolio, globally diversify, position for higher taxes and stay tuned for changes and remain nimble. If you have a question you want addressed, please submit them to email@example.com.
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Minn. begins gov. shutdown
MINNEAPOLIS (Reuters) - Minnesota’s state government began a broad shutdown on Friday going into the July 4 holiday weekend after the Democratic governor and Republican legislative leaders failed to agree on a budget. Robert Bernstein photo The impasse means around 23,000 of roughly 36,000 state Pieces from last weekendʼs Solstice Parade and Festival are being dismantled and salvaged. employees will be furloughed, and all but the most critical state functions suspended. Parts of the government had already begun to shut down Thursday ahead of the midnight deadline. State parks and campgrounds have closed ahead of what is usually their busiest stretch of the year for the July 4 holiday, and dozens of highway rest stops were shut down for one of the biggest travel days of the year. As with tensions across state governments from Wisconsin to Ohio, the shutdown had its origins in elections last November, when Minnesota voters elected the state’s first Democratic governor in 20 years and Republican majorities in the House and Senate that were not big enough to override his vetoes.
Maria Shriver files for divorce
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Former California first lady Maria Shriver filed for divorce Friday from estranged husband, Arnold Schwarzenegger, ex-governor and film star who admitted fathering a child out of wedlock more than a decade ago. Shriver, 55, a former television journalist and a daughter of the Kennedy political dynasty, filed papers seeking to dissolve her 25-year marriage to Schwarzenegger, 63, in Los Angeles County Superior Court, citing irreconcilable differences. According to the divorce filing, Shriver seeks unspecified spousal support and joint custody of the couple’s two minor children. They have two adult children together. Shriver and Schwarzenegger, the Austrian-born former bodybuilder turned Hollywood action star and politician, announced their separation in May, just four months after he left office.
Court kills affirmative action ban
CHICAGO (Reuters) – A federal appeals court on Friday struck down a Michigan law that banned affirmative action in college admissions, creating the possibility of a U.S. Supreme Court battle. The 6th U.S. Circuit of Appeals, in a 2-1 decision, found that a 2006 amendment to the Michigan constitution, “unconstitutionally alters Michigan’s political structure by impermissibly burdening racial minorities.” Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette said he will appeal the ruling through a formal request for a rehearing by the entire 6th Circuit. The law, known as the Michigan Civil Rights Initiative, will stay in effect pending a final decision.
Solstice Festival volunteers are working on dismantling floats used in last weekend’s parade and invite the community to help take art apart and take some home. Solstice officials said they will give away or recycle whatever materials are salvageable and pack away things that can be used in next year’s parade. The entire workshop must be packed away into a storage trailer. Work continues until the facility is cleared. Volunteers invite those interested in picking up pieces from Solstice to the workshop on the corner of Garden and Ortega streets. – Daily Sound Staff
City, designers host workshops for Library Plaza NEWS
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The cityʼs Redevelopment Agency is coordinating public workshops to discuss a revamp of the plaza at the Central Library. In February, the Santa Barbara City Council approved up to $2 million to renovate the area near the corner of Anacapa and Anapamu streets.
DAILY SOUND STAFF REPORT The city of Santa Barbara’s Redevelopment Agency and design firm Campbell & Campbell will hold public workshops starting later this month to discuss the Library Plaza Improvement Project, the city announced in a news release Friday. The Redevelopment Agency is funding the design of renovations for the Central Library plaza and landscaped areas along the Anapamu Street and Anacapa Street sides of the library. The city hopes to improve the appearance and safety of the area. Santa Barbara City Councilmembers in February voted 61 to allocate no more than $2 million for the project, which is expected to take nine months. The first of the workshops will be held from 9 a.m. to noon July 16 on the lower level of the Central Library, 40 East Anapamu St. The agency is targeting a second workshop for August at the Central Library. The Historic Landmarks Commission is tentatively scheduling hearings on the proposed concept design in August and September at the David Gebhardt Memorial Hearing Room, 630 Garden St. For further information contact Peggy Burbank, Redevelopment Specialist, at (805) 564-5461 ext. 4582 or PBurbank@SantaBarbaraCA.gov.
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A jury on Friday convicted Robert Ibarra, 39, of first-degree murder for allegedly stabbing Elias Silva over 40 times in 2004. The jury convicted Ibarra on all the special circumstances surrounding the case, including lying in wait, using a knife, and a gang enhancement. His sentencing date is scheduled for Aug. 30,
of CPA. She was a key force behind the community’s efforts to raise land use and environmental concerns about the Veronica Meadows project, and the sizes of houses on the Mesa. Kovacs helped turn CPA from a sluggish and reactive organization in the early part of the decade to a contemporary, proactive group with political power and influence. She’s hoping to use the experience she gained at CPA to help make Santa Barbara Village an equally viable nonprofit. “I’m very much looking forward to helping make the Village an integral and enriching part of people’s lives,” Kovacs said. “I’m also looking forward to continuing and expanding working relation-
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when he faces life in prison without the possibility of parole. “It was a vicious, callous killing and the verdict is just and appropriate,” Prosecutor Kimberly Smith said. On October 2, 2004 Ibarra allegedly waited with Joshua Miracle, for Silva to arrive at an apartment in Goleta. When Silva arrived, Ibarra and Miracle allegedly stabbed him 48 times in the chest, throat, and head.
Authorities arrested the two men driving Silva’s stolen vehicle in San Diego. Miracle is sitting on death row for the murder after being convicted in 2005. A third man, Robert Galindo, who owned and allegedly led Silva to the apartment, plead guilty to voluntary manslaughter in 2005 for his role in the murder. Galindo testified against Ibarra during the trial.
‘I couldn’t imagine a better successor. Naomi has the experience and drive to hit the ground running. I look forward to working with her as a consultant, as the Village moves forward.’
– SUSAN EPSTEIN, SANTA BARBARA VILLAGE FOUNDING DIRECTOR
ships I fostered through my time at CPA and other non-profits with which I have volunteered over the years, and to building new ones. “It’s exciting to be able to dive in to this new venture with an already solid base of connections and knowledge about our community, and to know that this new position will allow me to grow even more, while having an important and positive impact on people’s lives.” Kovacs spent time in the Peace Corps,
helping impoverished communities in Cameroon. She has also coached Special Olympics athletes. Kovacs will take over a job previously occupied by Susan Epstein, Santa Barbara Village’s founding director. Epstein, also a member of the Goleta Union School District, left Santa Barbara Village on good terms. Epstein chose to give up the job for personal reasons. “My dad’s health declined, I stepped See KOVACS, page 10
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Biden expressed frustration at the politicking behind the budget talks. In a speech in Las Vegas to Teamsters union members he also sharply criticized Republican efforts to protect tax breaks for the wealthy at the expense of seniors. “This is heavy politics. And part of this is just vindictiveness,” said Biden, whose bipartisan negotiating group had agreed to between $1 trillion and $2 trillion in cuts over 10 years before Republicans walked out. Though the two sides have agreed to trillions of dollars in cuts, they are holding firm to some entrenched positions. Republicans refuse to consider any tax hikes, arguing that they would dampen an already sputtering economic recovery. On the other side of the aisle, Democrats do not want to see cuts to the expensive Medicare healthcare plan for the elderly. After the Biden talks collapsed, President Barack Obama took a bigger role, speaking to Senate leaders from both parties. He also chidSee BUDGET, page 12
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ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT I â€“ ELEMENTARY SCHOOL OFFICE Under the direction of District or School Administrator, perform and prioritize diversified secretarial duties in support of the School office, involving independent judgment and requiring initiative, analysis, indepth knowledge of an assigned function. Create a warm and welcoming, but professional climate, and assist the administration in a variety of administrative tasks; perform public relations and communication services. Ability to coordinate office activities and to relieve the administration of routine administrative and clerical details; maintain confidentiality, complete assignments in a timely and accurate manner, get along with others, work in an environment with constant interruptions, and demonstrate flexibility and a courteous and professional demeanor.. POSITION: Full Time - 12 â€“ Months per year. 8 hours per day. Monday â€“ Friday: 7:45 a.m. â€“ 4:45 p.m. Start Date: August 8, 2011
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ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME CASE NUMBER 1381001 Petitioner or Attorney: Paretawan Gault-Williams TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Paretawan Gault-Williams filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present Name: Paretawan GaultWilliams Proposed Name: Thiphawan Suphanna Phoowong Gault-Williams THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be granted. Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file a written objection that includes the reasons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and must appear at the hearing to show cause why the petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing. NOTICE OF HEARING DATE: August 04, 2011 TIME: 9:30 a.m. DEPT: 6 THE ADDRESS OF THE COURT IS: SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA County of Santa Barbara 1100 Anacapa Street Santa Barbara, CA 93101 A copy of this Order to Show Cause shall be published at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county Santa Barbara Daily Sound. DATE: 06/13/2011 Terri Chavez, Deputy Clerk Denise de Bellefeuille JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT PUBLISHED JUNE18, 25, JULY 02, 09 2011.
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CITY OF SANTA BARBARA NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS BID NO: 3570
The work includes all labor, material, supervision, plant and equipment necessary to complete the following: Install new mechanical bar screens, screenings conveyor, screenings washer/compactors, sluice and channel gates, motor control center, and other appurtenances per the project plans and specifications. The Engineer’s estimate is $4.83 million.
There will be a mandatory Pre-Bid Meeting scheduled for Wednesday, July 6, 2011 at 10:00 a.m. at the El Estero Wastewater Treatment Plant located at 520 E. Yanonali Street, Santa Barbara, CA. Failure to attend the scheduled Pre-Bid Meeting will result in disqualification from this proposal request.
The plans and specifications for this Project may be viewed online at CyberCopy’s Website (www.cybercopyusa.com) under the City of Santa Barbara Plan Room. To obtain a copy of the plans and specifications for this Project and become a registered plan holder, download a Bid Package Request Form from the City of Santa Barbara Plan Room site above by clicking on the Project or by calling Alex Gaytan, CyberCopy Shop Manager, at (805) 884-6155. The City’s contact for this project is Lisa Arroyo, Supervising Civil Engineer (805) 564-5486.
Bidders are advised that this project is financed by a Clean Water State Revolving Fund financing agreement and the Contractor shall agree to all requirements, conditions and provisions set forth in the specification book issued for bidding purposes entitled “Proposal and Contract.” Attention is directed to Appendix G, “Compliance guidelines for Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) Loan Program Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE).”
Bidders are hereby notified that pursuant to provisions of Section 1770, et seq., of the Labor Code of the State of California, the Contractor shall pay its employees the general prevailing rate of wages as determined by the Director of the Department of Industrial Relations. In addition, the Contractor shall be responsible for compliance with the requirements of Section 1777.5 of the California Labor Code relating to apprentice public works contracts. Attention is directed to Section A12 “Contract Provisions Relative to Davis-Bacon Requirements and Minimum Wages Schedule” and Appendix H “Davis Bacon Act” of the specification book entitled “Proposal and Contract.”
If there is a difference between the Davis-Bacon rate of wages as determined by the U.S. Department of Labor and the general prevailing wage rates determined by the Director of the California Department of Industrial Relations for similar classifications of labor, the Contractor and Subcontractors shall pay not less than the higher wage rate. Labor compliance monitoring and enforcement on the project will be handled by a third-party pursuant to Public Resourced Code Section 75075. Addenda to modify the Davis-Bacon rate of wages, if necessary, will be issued to holders of the “Proposal and Contract” specification books. Per California Civil Code Section 3247, a payment bond in the amount of 100% of the bid total will be required from the successful bidder for bids exceeding $25,000. The bond must be provided within 10 calendar days from notice of award and prior to the performance of any work. The proposal shall be accompanied by a proposal guaranty bond in the sum of at least 10% of the total amount of the proposal, or alternatively by a certified or cashier’s check payable to the Owner in the sum of at least 10% of the total amount of the proposal.
A separate performance bond in the amount of 100% of the bid total will be required from the successful bidder. The bond must be provided within 10 calendar days from the notice to award and prior to the performance of any work.
The City of Santa Barbara hereby notifies all bidders that it will affirmatively insure that in any contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement, minority business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to this invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, political affiliations or beliefs, sex, age, physical disability, medical condition, marital status or pregnancy as set forth hereunder. Bidders are notified that all substitute and “Or-Equal” items relating to Sections 11332A and 11333 must be submitted for review and consideration to the Engineer by July 13, 2011 at 5:00 pm. The bidder shall not include any Section 11332A and/or Section 11333 items in its bid as substitute or “Or-Equal” unless it has been approved by the Engineer before the bid date as stated in Section A2 – Information for Bidders.
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Each bidder shall posses a Class A Contractor’s license to complete this work in accordance with the California Business and Professions Code. Each bidder shall also have no less than five (5) years experience in the magnitude and character of the work bid. Each bidder’s experience statement shall list no less than three (3) projects with a scope of work that includes process and operation upgrades or new construction relating to water or wastewater treatment plants.
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FROM PAGE 6 down so that I could spend time with him,” Epstein said. “The Village is a fulltime position. It needs a full-time director.” Epstein will continue to work as a consultant with Village “I couldn’t imagine a better successor,” Epstein said. “Naomi has the experience and drive to hit the ground running. I look forward to working with her as a consultant, as the Village moves forward.” Kovacs completed her undergraduate studies at UCSB and earned a Master’s degree in Public Administration with an emphasis in non-profit management from USC. Santa Barbara Village is a collaborative initiative of the Jewish Federation of Greater Santa Barbara, the Center for Successful Aging, United Way of Santa Barbara County, and AARP Santa
Barbara. Membership is non-denominational and open to all South Coast residents 50 years and older. “Naomi brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to this wonderful and important community project, and we are thrilled to have her on board as the new director,” said Michael S. Rassler, executive director of the Jewish Federation of Greater Santa Barbara, the fiscal sponsor for Santa Barbara Village. “Naomi is very familiar with Santa Barbara’s nonprofit, local governance, development, and social services landscapes, and has a great history of collaborating and working with multiple partners, which will be a key factor in Santa Barbara Village’s ability to enhance the quality of life for its members.” Hap Freund, associate director of the Village, said he is thrilled to work with Kovacs. “She will definitely help make Santa Barbara Village a community success,” he said.
Naomi Kovacs was the director for the Citizens Planning Association.
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Apple asked a U.S. court to issue a preliminary injunction against Samsung on four patents in a dispute between the two companies, according to a court filing. The iPhone and iPad maker also asked for a faster trial schedule to resolve all of its intellectual property claims against Samsung. The legal battle between the two tech giants has been building since April, when Apple sued Samsung in a California federal court. Apple claims the South Korean firm’s Galaxy line of mobile phones and tablets “slavishly” copies the iPhone and iPad.
Apple was Samsung’s second-biggest customer last year after Sony, accounting for about $5.7 billion of sales to Samsung mainly by purchasing semiconductors, according to Samsung’s annual report. Samsung then countersued in California, and earlier this week asked the U.S. International Trade Commission to impose an import ban on Apple’s iPhones and iPads. In the latest salvo, Apple asked the U.S. District Court in San Jose, Calif. on Friday to issue a preliminary injunction that would prevent Samsung from infringing three Apple design patents, and one utility patent, according to a court filing.
If granted, the preliminary injunction would apply to Samsung products including the Galaxy S 4G smartphone and the Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet computer, Apple’s court filing says. “We’re going to actively protect and defend our intellectual property and our ability to provide consumers with innovative technology,” Samsung spokesman Kim Titus said. Apple also asked that a trial on all of its claims be held in February 2012. Samsung’s Galaxy products use Google’s Android operating system, which directly competes with Apple’s mobile software.
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ocean. Attendees who stay late will also have a view of the West Beach fireworks. Tickets are $35 in advance at www.CanarySantaBarbara.com or 877548-3237 or $40 at the door. Further from downtown, the 4th of July Old Mission Art Show will feature works from more than 50 local artists. The show is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 2227 Garden Street. The pieces include paintings, jewelry, weavings and more. Admission is free. is hosting several Goleta Independence Day Celebrations of its
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Leader Eric Cantor’s office said. But Republicans are complaining that much of the discussion has been behind closed doors. Senators Jeff Sessions and Orrin Hatch, the top Republicans on the Senate Budget and Finance committees, sent Obama a letter on Friday asking him to make deficit proposals public so they can be reviewed and debated. White House economic officials are due to attend meetings on Capitol Hill next week. Obama and Biden have been
music by Area 51 and Rock Shop Academy, hula-hoop contests, and train rides. Fireworks start at 9:10 p.m. Admission is $6 for adults, $4 for children ages 3-12. The Elks Lodge holds its Family Fun Fair from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 150 North Kellogg Avenue. Hamburgers and hot dogs will be on offer, as well as raffles and live music. There will be a children’s area that will have face painting, a magic show and a bounce house. Proceeds from concessions go to support the Elks Lodge. Admission is free, and a day pass for the children’s area is $10.
invited but it was not clear if they would attend. Senate Democrats are weighing several options including a scaled-back budget deal that would avert a looming default but force Congress to tackle the politically toxic issue again before the 2012 elections. But a short-term deal, which is not popular with credit rating agencies, could divide Republicans who disagree over the proposal.
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