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VOLUME 6 ISSUE 143
Falcone launches third council bid. Story by Joshua Molina, page 2
NFL OKs deal with players
NFL team owners voted on Thursday to approve a proposed agreement with players and end the lockout that has left Americaʼs most popular sport in limbo.
U.S. debt talks intensify today
President Barack Obama, top lawmakers have engaged in a sometimes chaotic drive to strike an accord.
Massive Goleta housing project advances
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Santa Barbara County Democratic Chair Daraka Larimore-Hall introduces Iya Falcone Wednesday at her Santa Barbara City Council campaign kick-off at Arnoldiʼs Cafe.
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When Bishop Ranch 2000 LLC withdrew its application to have the Bishop Ranch property rezoned three years ago it seemed like Goleta’s biggest housing development controversy had been laid to rest. But debate over the 240-acre prop-
erty between Glen Annie and Los Carneros roads rose anew when development opponent Barbara Massey spoke out at a public workshop last night. Without even having heard the property consultant’s report, Massey made it clear where she stood during public comment. “A large number of people in the
community don’t want any change to the agricultural zoning,” Massey said. The proposal to add almost 1,200 homes, 90,000 square feet of commercial space and 67 acres of park land was met with opposition from both locals and Goleta city staff in 2008. Rather than try to plea with the council, the developer withdrew the
application. But last April, Bishop Ranch 2000 LLC filed a new application at City Hall. After commissioning a report, the city spread the issue out over a series of workshops spread out over a month so locals could read the report. The council will have another See GOLETA, page 6
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Iya Falcone on Thursday declared her candidacy for a seat on the Santa Barbara City Council, in front of more than 100 people at Arnoldi’s Café. Falcone is looking to return to City Hall after a two-year absence. She served two terms on the City Council from 2001 to 2009. “I’m back,” Falcone said to a roaring ovation. The councilwoman, who is also an attorney, said the City Council in the last two years has gone off course. “If we really need to have a conversation about whether petroleum-based plastic bags are digestible or not, something is terribly askew,” Falcone told the crowd, making reference to Councilman Frank Hotchkiss recently questioning whether plastic bags harm sea turtles. Some of the region’s heavy hitters were in attendance, including District Attorney Joyce Dudley, county supervisors Salud Carbajal and Janet Wolf, former 35th District Assemblywoman Hannah Beth-Jackson and Daraka Larimore-Hall, chairman of the Santa Barbara Democratic Party was at her side. Larimore-Hall set the tone for the evening, introducing Falcone to the crowd. “It is an absolute pleasure to be here,” Larimore-Hall said. “I am tired of having a City Council that doesn’t listen to its constituents.” Supervisor Wolf spoke next, calling her a “dear friend,” and giving her a hug and kiss on the cheek. “This is one woman who is amazing,” Wolf said. “I trust Iya with all my heart. We need to get Iya back on the City Council.” Falcone stepped down from the council because of term limits, which states that council members can only serve two consecutive terms. She was a moderate voice on the council, drawing most of her support from liberal Democrats. But she
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Iya Falcone at her final council meeting in January 2010. She left council after serving two consecutive terms, but after a two-year hiatus has launched a bid to grab a seat back.
also appealed to conservatives who believed that she was smart, thoughtful and willing to listen to their concerns too. She developed strong relationships with the firefighter and police officer
unions. “I want to thank you for getting back into the game,” said Eric Beecher, president of the Santa Barbara Police Officers See FALCONE, page 6
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Dear Miss Kitty, On the heels of last weekâ€™s question, I have often wondered why certain people blame a mid-life crisis for having an affair, but more interesting to me is why someone does it at all. I am in my 50s, never married and am thinking of settling down. Being at this stage in my life I have a lot to lose if a woman doesnâ€™t take this part of marriage as seriously as I do. Is there any way to predict who will and who wonâ€™t in a relationship? â€“ James, Santa Barbara
Dear James, There is something about the words â€œpredictâ€? and â€œrelationshipsâ€? in the same sentence that brings to mind a Ouija board on the blink and a crystal ball broken into as many pieces as there are broken hearts. There is more certainty in predicting how many die-hard liberals will find themselves going over to the â€œdark sideâ€? come the 2012 election than guessing who will and who wonâ€™t take a wedding ring off when heading down the driveway. Even the wisest of Wiccans might take a pass on the cosmic predictions and go for some logical analysis outside of the metaphysical realm to try and nail this one down. So is it remotely possible to hedge our bets before the â€œI Dos,â€? the pre-nup and the 401k beneficiary paperwork that we are not with a â€œcheater?â€? There are exceptions to be sure but in general we can break the affair crowd into three categories. The easiest to spot is the sex/love addict: the habitual player that uses sex and a new relationship as a form of temporary emotional comfort, regardless of the fact they are married. They use this method as a security blanket to get them through life without having to do any deep or intense work on the self. They can rationalize almost any form of behavior not listed in â€œMarriage Vows for Dummies.â€? They hide behind the constant high of intrigue and confused body chemistry, traveling through life unable to let go of their
well-worn and dirty blanket for long. They habitually change partners (since no one will ever satisfy them) and find the chase, intrigue and the whole sordid mess exciting. Both the thrill and fear of MISS KITTY getting caught are an aphrodisiac that becomes part of the ritual, and although this crowd tends to be on the sharper side when it comes to duplicity, paying close attention to subtle signs and taking lots of time to understand who they are is the best way to avoid: The Linuses. The next sweeping generalization hones in on those that in middle age suddenly realize there might be more to life than a perfectly cut lawn and a clean minivan every Saturday morning. These rigid creatures of habit have never cultivated anything within or outside their primary relationship and household routine in which they truly find a deep level of satisfaction and passion. They have a deep seeded fear of change or trying new things â€“ and better the devil (or spouse) you know then the one you donâ€™t. Ultimately it catches up with them usually around the infamous midlife crisis years, and they suddenly (to everyoneâ€™s utter surprise) they reach their tipping point of boredom and â€œsnap.â€? The years of utter self-imposed mental and physical stagnation reach a crescendo â€“ 80 and dinner at 4 p.m. isnâ€™t such a long way off anymore - and like an erupting volcano they blindly fall, like a house of cards, for the first semi attractive person that pays them a wit of attention, running off with the proverbial secretary or youthful pool boy. They are the Charlie Browns. Lastly we have the people that truly realize that they have one life to live and they just canâ€™t continue live it at the status quo for one more day. They have heard the music that makes them want
to do the happy dance and just canâ€™t help themselves; they are The Snoopys. Although the Snoopyâ€™s tend to appear to be realistic and honest about their plight, and have a higher capacity for adventure in general, they just canâ€™t stand being a bad dog. As painful as it might be, it is easier to deceive their partner while they experience the adventure and fulfillment they so desperately crave. Snoopys tend to feel the most guilt and remorse and understand why eventually they end up on the doghouse. Like Snoopyâ€™s famous nemesis, The Red Baron, his or her fanciful flight into the danger zone ultimately leads to a bullet-ridden demise. On fire and plummeting to earth (screaming all the way down), he finally accepts he or she has been a bad dog after all. This is the one that just might be worthy of some counseling before directly calling the attorney. (Sometimes being shot down in flames is the best way to rekindle something that desperately needed it). Darling James, Boys and Girls, be they Linuses, Charlie Browns or Snoopys, all types of cheaters have something in common. They are ultimately deceiving themselves in one-way or another: refusing to face what is reality for them. Not willing to admit what is before them is all their doing, and regardless of the Peanuts character they portray, they donâ€™t have the grace to either work it out or exit with dignity intact. Maybe the key to understanding why someone cheats is that it is always easier to blame someone or a situation than to take the hit and do the inner work. So the real question is not so why do people cheat â€“ but why do people go outside themselves for a shot at happiness? Get back to me on that one, will you? Have a naughty day! Melanie Doctors aka Miss Kitty is the chief bra fitter at Purrmission Lingerie. Email her at email@example.com or stop by the shop at 18 W. Calle Laureles for a chat Monday-Saturday 10-6.
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Debt talks hit critical phase
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Efforts to avoid an unprecedented U.S. default enter crunch time today, with President Barack Obama and top lawmakers engaged in a sometimes chaotic drive to strike a sweeping deficit-reduction deal. With the clock ticking toward an August 2 deadline to raise the U.S. debt ceiling, Obama and the senior Republican in Congress, House Speaker John Boehner, worked toward a plan that could include up to $3 trillion in spending cuts but might leave tax reform for later, congressional aides said. The main obstacle remained the issue of tax increases that Obama’s Democrats demand and Republicans vehemently oppose. There were conflicting accounts of how and when higher revenue might kick in, and the White House vowed there would be no deal without this. Negotiations have whipsawed between competing and even conflicting options, and leaders on both sides face resistance within their own ranks to some ideas now gaining traction. The focus is on what congressional sources say is shaping up as a wide-ranging package of deficit cuts over 10 years, something many in Washington hope will help save America’s tripleA credit rating. Negotiators have struggled to break their impasse and winnow options for raising the government’s $14.3 trillion debt ceiling. But confusion has grown amid a patchwork of proposals aimed at finding what a senior Democratic aide called the “magic formula” for resolving the crisis, which has dominated Washington’s agenda for weeks.
Texas may teach creationism
SAN ANTONIO (Reuters) – A Texas vote on middle school curriculum due on Friday has become the latest battleground over the teaching of creationism or “intelligent design” as an alternative to evolution in public schools. At issue is whether Texas education leaders will approve supplemental materials, as recommended by Education Commissioner Robert Scott, that some Christian conservatives complain don’t adequately address “alternatives to evolution” as a theory of how life began. In 2009 in a move that grabbed headlines across the country, the Texas State Board of Education approved standards encouraging debate over the veracity of evolution science. Rejecting the supplemental materials on Friday would be a win for conservative groups who want the curriculum to reflect a “diversity of views” on science. Debate on the issue grew heated during a hearing on Thursday, even as board members sought to reassure the crowd that none of the supplemental materials currently being considered mentioned creationism.
NEW YORK (Reuters) – National Football League (NFL) team owners voted on Thursday to approve a proposed agreement with players and end the lockout that has left America’s most popular sport in limbo. The 32 owners voted 31-0, with the Oakland Raiders abstaining, in support of a 10-year collective bargaining agreement they hope will resolve their bitter labor dispute and ensure the 2011 season goes ahead as planned. “We are pleased to announce that our clubs have approved the terms of a longterm negotiated agreement with the NFL players,” NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said. “It includes many positive changes that emerged from a spirit of compromise rooted in doing what is best for the game and players.” But the deal was dependent on the players also agreeing and the owners gave the players until Tuesday to sign off on the proposal. Player representatives held a conference call later on Thursday to discuss the deal but did not take a vote, partly because the NFL Players Association (NFLPA), which was dissolved when the talks collapsed, still had to be re-certified. “Here in America, every time an employee makes that decision about whether he wants to be a part of a union, it is something that is serious, significant and something that should be done in a very sober way,” NFLPA Executive Director DeMaurice Smith told reporters in Washington. “The decision to decertify was important because at the time we were a real union. And the decision for our players, as men, to come back as a union is going to be an equally serious and very sober one that they have to make.” Players also said they were unhappy with some parts of the agreement, which they said the owners had not shown them.
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“Please don’t get excited about that press conference,” Washington Redskins defensive end Vonnie Holliday wrote on his Twitter page. “The owners have agreed on a deal we the players have not seen! This is not consistent.” Smith said he was only given a copy of the new proposal on Thursday night and would review the contents before speaking to players again on Friday. “There is no agreement between the NFL and the players at this time,” he wrote in an email to players. If the players agreed to recertify the union, as expected, then vote in support of the new agreement, the owners said they would immediately end the lockout and reopen the gates to training.
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The regular season will begin as scheduled in September and the preseason will start on August 11. The only game that will be lost will be the annual Hall of Fame game that was scheduled for August 7 between the Chicago Bears and St Louis Rams. The new deal also included proposals for limits on training and offseason programmes, rookie wage scales, additional funding for retirees and beefed up salary caps. “Hopefully we can all work quickly, expeditiously and get this agreement done,” said Goodell. “It is time to get back to football. That See FOOTBALL, page 10
Here’s to good friends
Like clockwork, the same thing happens to me every year about this time. That one-two-punch of euphoria and melancholy that comes from hanging out with dear friends, repeating stupid jokes, rehashing old stories, and laughing, eating and drinking a lot. It’s great. It’s invigorating. It makes me believe all that clichéd crud about friends being tied together with heartstrings or that they are the chocolate chips in the cookie of life. Good friends are the stuff that Lowenbrau commercials are made of. (Remember those?) Tonight is kind of special. And then they go home to whatever far flung corners of the country that they live in, and I’m stuck feeling sad and depressed and wishing that somehow, some way, all of my cherished friends from all over the place could come and live next door to me in Santa Barbara. It happens every summer. They flock to our town for the charming little shops, the easy access to the beach, the random parades, and of course, to see us, their fabulously fun and witty friends who happen to live in a beach town. Somehow I don’t think people in Des Moines and Dubuque have out of town friends visit them every summer. But once or twice a year just isn’t enough. Why can’t all my friends live right here? It would make life so much easier.
Now don’t get me wrong. I have great friends here in town. More than I probably deserve. Plus, contrary to reports by a topflight team of sociologists that found Americans to be more socially isolated today then we were barely two decades ago, I meet interesting new people all the time. I could make new friends if I wanted to. Really, I could. LESLIE But new people just aren’t DINABERG the same as the old people. The old people have already endured a complicated vetting process that involves sneaking through bedroom windows in the middle of the night, playing songs on the sink, holding my hair back from the barf, and a long list of quotes that are only hysterically funny if you’ve lived through them. Killing machine, hit list, cartoon eyes, it’s just a phase? See what I mean? You had to be there. And it’s harder to be there now that we’re getting older. Chances are good that once you have a job that requires you get more than four hours of sleep a night, you just don’t have the same amount
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of time to spend contemplating your navel alongside your friends. And once you add kids to that mix, you really want to keep that belly button as far out of view as possible. So you still make friends, but it’s just not the same. With old friends, we’ve already weathered and survived the eternal “What should we do for dinner debate?” a thousand times. They already know why bike rides are a bad idea and that they’d better keep that pickle juice away from my plate. And, if I were the type who farted, old friends would be the first I’d do it in front of. Of course, old friends could also tell you about that not-so-pretty bi-level haircut I had in the ‘80s or the not-so-pretty way I made out with my husband on the dance floor when we first met. Maybe it’s better that all my old friends don’t live here. I’d probably be tempted to write about them, and the last thing I’d want to do is publicly embarrass all the people who have enough dirt on me to fill a small park. But it sure would be fun to hang out there.
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Association. “It’s going to be a really important election.” Since Falcone departed, the council shifted to a conservative majority. After Das Wiliams was elected to the state Assembly, the council appointed Randy Rowse, tipping the power to the conservatives. Now Dale Francisco, Michael Self, Hotchkiss and MURILLO Rowse effectively set the tone on the council. They have shifted the council’s focus to dealing with homeless problems, battling affordable housing and cracking down on medicinal marijuana SCHWARTZ dispensaries. Inside City Hall, Francisco is widely regarded as the most effective in shaping the direction of the council.
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FROM PAGE 1 workshop devoted to public comment on Aug. 18 and the matter will go to the council on Sept. 20. Urban McLellan, a consultant for Bishop Ranch 2000 LLC, said he’s confident of the developer’s chances this time because there’s more information going in. He believes there’s more than enough cause to show that Bishop Ranch can’t function as an agricultural zone. He pointed out that the report the city commissioned by Jones & Stokes Associates shows that while the property receives 50 acre-feet (a unit of water measurement) of water per year, proper irrigation for 200 acres would require 400 acre-feet per year. The report also said that the property could support 19 grazing animals a year. By contrast, a commercial facility would
‘This is one woman who is amazing. I trust Iya with all my heart. We need to get Iya back on the City Council.’
– JANET WOLF, SANTA BARBARA COUNTY 2ND DISTRICT SUPERVISOR
Falcone, along with candidates Deborah Schwartz and Cathy Murillo, is endorsed by the Santa Barbara County Democratic Party. Many in attendance Thursday night spoke of their loyalty to Falcone and believe in her as someone who they can trust. “This is the best of the best and everyone is here for you,” said District Attorney Dudley. “You have a passion for justice and a passion for public safety.” When Falcone addressed the crowd she thanked them for standing by her during difficult times. Falcone’s husband died in 2008. After that loss, she needed time to recover. She
announced a run for mayor, but then did not gather enough signatures to qualify for the ballot. She no longer wanted to run. “It was time for me to take a break,” Falcone said. The former councilwoman said she needed to get away from politics. She met new people and developed new friends and relationships. “I met new people who just loved me for me,” Falcone said. After she said she had time to rest, she realized that being on the council is “what I should do.” “I really appreciate you showing your faith in me again,” Falcone said. “I’m back. Here we go. Let’s do this.”
need to support a minimum of 25 animals per year. “I think the only conclusion you can draw from that is that [agriculture] is not viable,” McLellan said. McLellan added that at this point the developer is just asking to have the area rezoned. He said that the 1,195-home proposal is one option, but what’s important right now is whether the Bishop Ranch area is a feasible agricultural site. McLellan said if the answer is no then the property shouldn’t stay zoned for agriculture. “You have to look at changing that designation to something that is economically viable,” McLellan said. Last August McLellan’s confidence seemed well placed. The council voted 3-2 to conduct last night’s survey, a tentative step that left the door open for a zone change and revealed a sharp divide between Goleta’s slow growth and prodevelopment camps.
Council members Edward Easton and Michael Bennett sided with then-mayor Eric Onnen in allowing the survey to take place, arguing that it would allow the council to make informed decisions on the fate of the property. Margaret Connell and Roger Aceves opposed the move, believing Goleta had no need for further development and it would over-burden city staff. But the make-up of the city council has shifted since last August and Bishop Ranch 2000 LLC may face a less receptive council. Onnen opted to retire in 2010 and the election that year saw Paula Perotte join the council. Perotte opposed changing agricultural zones in her 2010 campaign. The council members didn’t comment at last night’s meeting, noting that they hadn’t had time to review the whole report yet. The 25 people at the meeting stayed quiet and patient throughout the night.
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Step aside Santa Barbarans â€” The brainchild of Kevin Lyman die-hard Santa Barbarians will have back in 1995, Warped Tour has featheir day this summer, as the tured such big-time artists as moniker is sure to experience a NOFX, Bad Religion and Dropkick resurgence in popularity nearing the Murphys. This yearâ€™s lineup includrelease of â€œConan the Barbarian.â€? ed burgeoning acts and favorites The 2011 remake of the movie, such as Simple Plan, 3OH!3, Of made famous by Arnold Mice and Men, and The Devil Schwarzenegger back in 1982, stars Wears Prada, along with regulars Jason Momoa and comes to town Less Than Jake, who have the disAug. 19. tinction of being the only band on Imagine muscles glistening in the tour to participate in three decades ANN sweltering heat, sweat pouring from of Warped. PEYRAT shirtless bodies, men raging in batâ€œCome meet us back at our tles of epic proportions, and youâ€™ll merch tent,â€? they announced, like not only have in mind the movie trailer, many other bands that day. As long as you which I watched at a booth at the Vans were willing to stand in line, the musicians, Warped Tour earlier this month at the Seaside for the most part, were very accessible, chatPark fairgrounds in Ventura, but also what ting, shaking hands and autographing prowas all around me that day (albeit with a grams and the like. much less glamorous Hollywood feel). â€œI went one year to see Deftones â€Ś and Whatâ€™s Warped Tour? Think hardcore, then joined a band around 1998, founded by metal, punk rock Coachella â€Ś er, Jim Cherry (since deceased) of Strung Out, Lollapalooza â€Ś um, Woodstock? Whatever specifically to be a part of the next Warped your frame of reference, this annual, travelTour,â€? native SoCal-er Blayne Alexander, 44, ing, outdoor summer mega-concert/skate later told me, after another wild event the folramp show featured seven stages with more lowing weekend, TwentyWonder, in LA, than 60 bands playing simultaneously from where we were introduced by my partner-injust after 11 a.m., to past 9 at night. doing-really-cool-stuff, Harold Whiting (great â€œScream so they hear you down at the grandson of Harold Chase and great grandbeach; scream so they can hear you over the nephew of Pearl Chase, who both helped main stage!â€? demanded MC Lars and Weerd shape the Santa Barbara we know today). Science, with speakers reverberating so loudAlexanderâ€™s Warped Tour opportunity ultily during their songs that they confessed, mately fell through, but he was making music â€œEvery time I play that, I feel like my sterbefore that and continues to do so after. In the num breaks.â€? late 1980s he lived in Ventura and played the â€œNo, thatâ€™s just your heart,â€? was the witty theater and various bars and clubs in the area comeback. Aww. with Groove Psychosis, an experimental At least it wasnâ€™t their nose, like that of rock/pop/industrial band. one girl seen with a bloody face making her His next group, Insight 23, toured and way out of the mob. Warped Tour is definitely recorded for four years. â€œThe very first i23 not for the weak, with intense fans fighting show before we got signed was an industrial their way to the front, spontaneous mosh pits party in Isla Vista,â€? recalls Alexander, breaking out, the pushing and pulling of a although for the life of him he canâ€™t remempacked, shoulder-to-shoulder and violent â€” ber the names of any of the other venues he rather, letâ€™s call it â€œenthusiastic,â€? if you enjoy played in Santa Barbara (our town knows that sort of thing â€” crowd, with jackets, how to throw a good party, eh?). water bottles, and even people being thrown He currently sings vocals for Idiot Stare, across the horde. See PEYRAT, page 10
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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT The following person(s) is/are doing business as: SKIN ESSENTIALS at 1482 East Valley Rd. #6 Montecito, CA 93108 County of Santa Barbara; Julie Phillips(2828 Miradero Dr. Santa Barbara, CA 93105), This business is conducted by an Individual (Signed:) Julie Phillips. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on JUN 06, 2011. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. I hereby certify that this is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) Hector Gonzalez. FBN Number: 20110001722. Published JULY 01, 08, 15, 22 2011.
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT The following person(s) is/are doing business as: DKB ENTERPRISES at 218 Reef Ct. Santa Barbara, CA, 93109 County of Santa Barbara; DKB Resources, Inc(SAME), This business is conducted by a Corporation (Signed:) H. Scott Grevemberg. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on JUN 01, 2011. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. I hereby certify that this is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) Kathy Miller. FBN Number: 2011-0001693. Published JULY 01, 08, 15, 22 2011.
NOTICE OF PETITION TO ADMINISTER ESTATE OF MICHAEL J. CAMBERN CASE NO.: 1381878
To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, contingent creditors, and persons who may otherwise be interested in the will or estate, or both of MICHAEL J. CAMBERN.
A Petition for Probate has been filed by FRANCOISE Y. CAMBERN the Superior Court of California, County of Santa Barbara.
The Petition for Probate requests that FRANCOISE Y. CAMBERN be appointed as personal representative to administer the estate of the decedent.
The petition requests the decedent’s will and codicils, if any, be admitted to probate. The will and any codicils are available for examination in the file kept by the court.
The petition requests authority to administer the estate under the Independent Administration of Estates Act. (This authority will allow the personal representative to take many actions without obtaining court approval. Before taking certain very important actions, however, the personal representative will be required to give notice to interested persons unless they have waived notice or consented to the proposed action.) The independent administration authority will be granted unless an interested person files an objection to the petition and shows good cause why the court should not grant the authority.
A hearing on the petition will be held in this court as follows: Date: AUG 25, 2011 9:00 A.M. Dept.:5
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If you object to the granting of the petition, you should appear at the hearing and state your objections or file written objections with the court before the hearing. Your appearance may be in person or by your attorney. If you are a creditor or a contingent creditor of the decedent, you must file your claim with the court and mail a
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING CANCELLATION Design Review Board
Goleta City Hall –Council Chambers 130 Cremona Drive, Suite B Goleta, CA 93117 3:00 p.m. July 26, 2011
DESIGN REVIEW BOARD HEARING OF JULY 26, 2011
NOTICE OF CANCELLATION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the regular meeting of the Design Review Board of the City of Goleta previously scheduled for July 26, 2011 for consideration of the following applications is CANCELLED: Final 1. 11-037-DRB; Cabrillo Business Park Buildings 1, 2, 3 and 12; 6767 Hollister PURPOSE: Avenue; APN 073-450-005: A request for Final review of changes to the previously approved Cabrillo Business Park project affecting square footage and uses of Buildings 1, 2, 3 and 12 and associated improvements for an industrial-research park property. 2. 11-082-DRB; Winchester Commons HOA Daycare/Residential Conversion; 7960 Winchester Circle; APN 079-130-039: A request for Final review to add a 334 square feet in additions and a 475-square foot, 2 car garage to an existing 2,053-square foot daycare structure and to convert it to a single family residence. Preliminary 1. 09-129-DRB; Bardex Astro Aerospace Remediation Program; 6338 Lindmar Drive; APN 073-050-030: A request for Preliminary review to install a groundwater extraction treatment compound, remove outdoor tanks; permit an as-built, propane tank, and parking lot/landscaping modifications for an industrial-research park property.
THE ABOVE ITEMS ARE BEING RESCHEDULED TO THE DESIGN REVIEW BOARDS NEXT REGULARLY SCHEDULED MEETING OF AUGUST 23, 2011
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SANTA BARBARA COUNTY ZONING ADMINISTRATOR NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
DATE OF HEARING:
AUGUST 1, 2011
SANTA BARBARA COUNTY ENGINEERING BUILDING PLANNING COMMISSION HEARING ROOM 17 123 EAST ANAPAMU STREET, SANTA BARBARA, CA 93101
The Zoning Administrator will accept written comments and interested persons may appear to support or oppose the proposal. If written comments are filed, three copies should be provided. Comments should be filed with or mailed to Planning and Development, Attn: Hearing Support, 123 East Anapamu Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101. Continuances will not be granted unless there are exceptional circumstances. This matter may be dropped from the agenda unless the applicant is present and ready to proceed on the date set herein. Please be advised that the Zoning Administrator’s decisions made under the authority of Chapter 35 of the Santa Barbara County Code may be appealed to the County Planning Commission by the applicant or any aggrieved person adversely affected by such decision. An appeal, which shall be in writing, and accompanying fee shall be filed with the Planning and Development Department Zoning and Permit Information Counter located at either 123 East Anapamu Street, Santa Barbara, CA, or 624 West Foster Road, Suite C, Santa Maria, CA, within the 10 calendar days following the date of the action by the Zoning Administrator. There is a $603 fee for both non-applicants and owner/applicant appeals to the Planning Commission. A fee will not be charged if the development which is the subject of the appeal is defined as development that may be appealed to the California Coastal Commission in compliance with Public Resources Code Section 30603(a). If you challenge the projects, 11RDN-00000-00002 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 Zoning Administrator 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 Hearing Support Staff (805) 568-2000. Notification at least 48 hours prior to the hearing will enable the Hearing Support Staff to make reasonable arrangements. 11RDN-00000-00002 Preserve at San Marcos Road Naming Goleta Exempt, CEQA Guidelines Section 15378 Nicole Lieu, Planner (805) 884-8068 Hearing on the request of Mike Evanisko to consider Case No. 11RDN-00000-00002, [application filed on April 6, 2011] for approval of the naming of an existing private road serving three existing parcels (currently addressed as 1030, 1034 and 1038 Cieneguitas Road) to rename the road Via Pradera, in compliance with Chapter 35.76 of the County Land Use and Development Code, on property zoned PRD; and to determine that the project is not subject to CEQA pursuant to Section 15378 of the State Guidelines for Implementation of the California Environmental Quality Act. The application involves AP No’s 055-010-018, 055-010-019 and 055-010-021, currently located at 1030, 1034 and 1038 Cieneguitas Road, in the Goleta area, Second Supervisorial District. SANTA BARBARA COUNTY ZONING ADMINISTRATOR
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ure that was projected to double by 2016. The players, led by high-profile quarterback Tom Brady, filed an antitrust lawsuit against the NFL and its owners, who responded by imposing the lockout. The matter has been in and out of the courts for months, with judges urging both sides to sort out their differences through mediation, but was teetering toward a critical stage with the preseason due to start next month and the regular season scheduled to kick off in September. “I firmly believe that this is a fair deal,” New York Giants owner John Mara said. “The best thing about it is that our fans will not have to hear about labor-management relations for 10 years.”
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with his brother Brittain Alexander and additional band members Chad Bishop, Chad Volpe, Michael Hamic and Bruce King. They have several albums to their name, as well as a movie soundtrack, TV episode and new work coming out at the start of 2012, titled: Unknown 2 Millions. At TwentyWonder, hosted by the LA Derby Dolls at their “Doll Factory” banked skate track and warehouse space, Alexander and his wife Talia thought, “it was very cool that you could turn around and see someone like Exene [of the punk band X] singing random karaoke.” The “Art, Science, Music & Comedy: A Carnival of the Mind,” named TwentyWonder because proceeds went to DSALA, benefit-
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ting individuals born with Trisomy 21 (Down Syndrome), also featured such entertainment as an abbreviated roller derby bout, actor Ed Asner reading Dr. Seuss, the Batmobile, and performances by Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and a band whose name could sum up the offbeat, ridiculously fun and insanely cool evening event, “Axis of Awesome.” Vans Warped Tour www.vanswarpedtour.com TwentyWonder www.twentywonder.com Blayne Alexander www.facebook.com/idiotstare
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Klaus Thielmann passed away on July 17, 2011 at home in Santa Barbara. He was born on February 7, 1931 in the village of Niederhuette in the free state of Danzig – which became part of Poland after WWII. Having fled, his family ended up in Hamburg, but Klaus then moved to Sweden where he received his education, became a ship builder and eventually met his wife Sigbritt, the mother of his two daughters – Heidi Stilwell and Susie Bigelow. In 1957 he immigrated to the United States under the sponsorship of Avery Brundage and fortuitously came directly to Santa Barbara where he lived for the rest of his life. He believed SB was the best place on earth. For many years he was a general building contractor and also the owner of Thielmannʼs Kitchens and Baths. He became a widower when his wife died of cancer in 1986. Soon thereafter he was lucky enough to meet another wonderful woman, Emma Corlett, and married again. Emma and Klaus successfully created a blended family which resulted in numerous grandchildren, all of which were the “apples of his eye”. Klaus was married to Emma until her passing in July of 2002. After his retirement, Klaus could frequently be seen walking in Shoreline Park – where he developed some wonderful friendships with other “regulars”. To honor this special place for Klaus where he said he easily found friendship and peace, there will be a gathering in his honor on Friday evening at 6pm at the east end of Shoreline Park overlooking the ocean. In honor of Klaus, please consider a donation to one of his favorite charities: The Foodbank of SB, Edelweiss Choir, or Direct Relief International.
HOROSCOPES by Eugenia Last
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active Philippine volcano 48 Dazed condition 51 Film on the Statue of Liberty? 54 Was enraged 58 Where one’s goose is cooked? 59 Emulate a clown or comic 62 Muck partner 63 State absolutely 64 Dance with a kick 65 “Hey, over here’’ 66 Whip-tailed swimmers 67 What a password allows DOWN 1 Fancy shooters 2 News item for a scrapbook 3 ___-Ration (dog food) 4 Survives 5 Emulates a fire man? 6 “Jerusalem Delivered’’ poet 7 Blond shade 8 Part of a speaker’s intro, often 9 Pine oozings 10 Materialize 11 Refuge 12 Letter addon (Abbr.)
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CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Selena Gomez, 19; Rufus Wainwright, 38; David Spade, 47; Albert Brooks, 64. Happy Birthday: Stop second-guessing what you should do next. Make a choice before it’s made for you. This is a year to embrace change, not run in the opposite direction. You want to send a clear message that you are not one to be pushed around. Being a little headstrong will help you get your way. Expressing your views and concerns passionately will lead to the success you desire. Your numbers are 5, 11, 17, 22, 30, 37, 45. ARIES (March 21-April 19): Take action when dealing with friends, neighbors and relatives. Your reputation will precede you, bringing about new opportunities. Don’t let an emotional problem slow you down or stand in your way. 3 stars TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Don’t hold back, when what you need is to be more outspoken. You’ll be delighted by the number of people who feel the same way you do. You will find it easy to accomplish your goals once you get started. 3 stars GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Unusual circumstances will arise at work regarding a colleague or client. Do your best to help out. Your attention to the matter will be noticed by someone in charge. Good fortune is heading your way. 4 stars CANCER (June 21-July 22): Consider signing up for a course that will allow you to diversify or change your vocation altogether. Someone you have worked with in the past will have some noteworthy thoughts with regard to your current situation. 2 stars LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Make a statement. You will pick up information that is critical to something you are interested in pursuing. A display of emotion will let others know how strongly you feel. 5 stars VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): You will gain popularity if you relax and have some fun or if you join a group that will expand your interests. It is best to avoid altercations with co-workers. Plan to attend a function in the evening
Daily Sound Friday, July 22, 2011
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Concerto Night Daniel Hege conductor
Academy Percussion Ensemble in Concert
Propulsive, full of fun, and powerfully entertaining, this event – one of the highlights of last summer’s festival – is a concert not to be missed.
The music director of the Wichita Symphony Orchestra will lead the Festival Orchestra 360 SEATS and winners of @ the Academy’s 2011 Concerto Competition in a performance that is a perennial audience pleaser.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 27 7:30 PM, HAHN HALL
SATURDAY, JULY 23, 8 PM, GRANADA THEATRE Tickets also on sale at The Granada box office and at granadasb.org
Chamber Music Marathon
Chausson Poème Kuan-Yu Annie Chen, violin Strauss Horn Concerto No. 2, 1st movement Molly Norcross Strauss Oboe Concerto in D Major, 3rd movement Graham Mackenzie Barber Violin Concerto, 1st movement Ariel Mitnick Brahms Piano Concerto No. 2, 1st movement Jin Uk Kim
A full day of sonatas, trios, quartets, quintets, and more! Academy Fellows present an array of marvelous works from the chamber music repertoire.
SATURDAY, JULY 30 10 AM AND 1 PM, HAHN HALL
Marilyn Horne Masterclass
Friday, July 22, 2011
The matchless Marilyn Horne offers vivid, insightful, and entertaining lessons in the art of singing to the Fellows of the Academy’s prestigious Voice Program.
Generously supported by Robert W. Weinman Guest conductor residencies are supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts
The Academy Chamber Orchestra Nicholas McGegan, conductor The delightful, irrepressible Nicholas McGegan is the music director of San Francisco’s Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra. Last summer, he and the Academy Chamber Orchestra brought a cheering packed house to its feet. Don’t miss the musical fireworks. Vivaldi Rameau Bach
La Tempesta di Mare Selections from Dardanus Concerto for Violin and Oboe in C Minor, BWV 1060 Beethoven Symphony No. 4 in B-flat Major, op. 60
SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 8 PM FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
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