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A shirtless man shouting “Black Power,” on State Street was arrested after he allegedly attempted to start a fight.
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Councilman will pull papers next week, supports incumbents BY JOSHUA MOLINA
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Santa Barbara City Councilman Dale Francisco told The Daily Sound Friday that he plans to pull papers next week – the first step toward formally launching his re-election campaign. Francisco’s two conservative colleagues on the council, Michael Self
and Randy Rowse, have already pulled papers signaling a run for office. Francisco said he wants to continue the work he has started on the council and as community activist.
“We need to get the city’s fiscal house back in order,” Francisco said. The former software company executive said he also wants to help the city address its worsening homeless problem. “The majority of the people in this town feel the homeless problem is out of control,” Francisco said. The councilman surprised many
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when he was elected to office in 2007, ousting longtime city insider Brian Barnwell. Francisco organized a grassroots neighborhood campaign, championing everyday residents who felt that the City Council had ran off course. Francisco believes the city should focus on core services, such as public See FRANCISCO, page 12
A $2 million plan to upgrade the library plaza is still dividing community opinion Story by Elise Clements on page 2
A Santa Barbara County resident was diagnosed with the stateʼs first human case this year.
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A man sleeps Friday in the library plaza outside of the Santa Barbara Central Library. The city wants to improve safety and the aesthetics in the area with a remodel plan.
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Santa Barbara residents have mixed feelings over the plan to spend $2 million to transform the plaza outside the Santa Barbara Central Library. The plaza area is downtown near the corner of Anacapa and Anapamu streets, but much of the grass area is either vacant or occupied by homeless people resting. Santa Barbara Mayor Helene Schneider said she sees great potential in the area.
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The area near the corner of Anacapa and Anapamu streets is near the Museum of Art.
â€œItâ€™s the real anchor for the cultural arts district in Santa Barbara,â€? Schneider said, mentioning the art museum and galleries that surround it. â€œItâ€™s this under-utilized space that really could be made more open and welcoming for everybody.â€? The city recently held a public workshop on the plaza makeover and officials plan to hold two similar events this summer. Opinions on the project range from believing the redevelopment would improve safety, to viewing the project as frivolous. Library patron Amy Odette said that when she first heard of plans to redevelop the area, she wondered if the real goal of the program was to give the homeless the boot. See PLAZA, page 12
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ize that your wealth may level out, if not decline during retirement unless you have really over saved. Instead of reinvesting capital gains, dividends and interest, most people take those funds to support their lifestyle needs in retirement. Uninsured long-term health care costs and over-spending are the most common threats we see to retirement security. For people approaching or living in the distribution stage of their financial lives, we encourage time and attention focused on the following: • Fill the gaps between “known income” and “known expenses” with reliable dividends, rents and interest vs. having to solely rely on capital appreciation. This is a struggle today with interest rates being so low. • If excess income exists, could those funds be better used for estate planning purposes, family gifting, charitable
intentions, enhancing lifestyle, building the nest egg further, or addressing future health care needs. • Where possible, implement an investment plan where at least 90 percent of known expenses are covered by known income sources (Social Security and pension to go along with investments). This investment philosophy usually provides psychological comfort that a monthly “salary” is coming in. While this structure is generally the most consistent, your wealth probably does not grow like it did in the past. But the up and down swings are generally less as well allowing people to sleep better at night. • Strategically plan on where your income will come from and at what anticipated times. This is especially important for tax planning when you are withdrawing funds from your 401k and IRA plans. • Fill all your insurance gaps with coverage. In retirement, you can’t generally go and re-earn it and this is especially true if health deteriorates. • Reposition assets which no longer support your current needs. The first place to look would be old life insurance plans which may no longer be necessary. Those can often times be repositioned to create income or go toward long-term care protection. • Try to maintain at least 30 percent of your savings in “growth” assets to combat inflation. If you can accomplish more and still have the “known income” See SETH & BRAD, page 7
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County of Santa Barbara Planning Commission NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Initiation of the Goleta Valley Community Plan for Eastern Goleta Valley as Project Description for Environmental Review
Wednesday, August 3, 2011 County Planning Commission Hearing Room 123 E. Anapamu St. 1st Floor Santa Barbara, CA 93101 Hearing begins at 9:00 a.m. On Wednesday, August 3, 2011, the Santa Barbara County Planning Commission will conduct a public hearing to consider a recommendation to the Board of Supervisors regarding the initiation of environmental review of the draft Goleta Valley Community Plan (GVCP) for Eastern Goleta Valley as the recommended project description for environmental review, pursuant to Government Code §65350 et seq. The County of Santa Barbara would be the lead agency preparing environmental review documentation to inform decision-makers and the public regarding potential environmental impacts related to the draft GVCP in compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), (Public Resources Code §21000 et seq.).
The public hearing is part of a multi-year project by the Eastern Goleta Valley community and the County to update the 1993 Goleta Community Plan in the Eastern Goleta Valley planning area only. The Draft GVCP for Eastern Goleta Valley includes amendments to the Santa Barbara County Comprehensive Plan, Land Use and Development Code/Article II, and County land use and zoning maps.
The Initiation Draft GVCP for Eastern Goleta Valley was publicly released on June 1, 2011 and includes proposed policies, development standards, and actions to achieve the community’s land use planning goals of the community for the next 10-20 years. To review the draft GVCP for Eastern Goleta Valley, please visit the project website the following online address: http://longrange.sbcountyplanning.org/planareas/goleta/gcp.php
The document may also be reviewed at the Planning & Development office located at 123 East Anapamu Street, Santa Barbara, or purchased at Wilson Printing, 5777 Hollister Ave. Goleta, CA.
Written comments can be sent to: Santa Barbara County Planning Commission, 123 East Anapamu Street, Santa Barbara, CA, 93101, or you may provide verbal comments in person at the Planning Commission hearings. For additional information, please contact the Long Range Planning Division of the Planning and Development Dept. as follows: Email: TRodrigu@co.santa-barbara.ca.us | Tel: 805-568-3380
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Saturday, July 23, 2011
‘Black Power’ fan tries for brawl BY NICK C. TONKIN
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80-plus dead in Norway attack
OSLO (Reuters) – A gunman dressed in police uniform opened fire at a youth camp of Norway’s ruling political party on Friday, killing at least 80 people, hours after a bomb killed seven in the government district in the capital Oslo. Witnesses said the gunman, identified by police as a 32-yearold Norwegian, moved across the small, wooded Utoeya holiday island firing at random as young people scattered in fear. Norwegian television said the gunman detained by police was described as tall, blond and had links to right-wing extremism. The bomb, which shook the city center in mid-afternoon, blew out the windows of the prime minister’s building and damaged the finance and oil ministry buildings. Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, who was not in the building at the time, will give a press conference at 6:00 a.m. GMT on Saturday. Police seized the gunman and later found undetonated explosives on the island, a pine-clad strip of land about 500 meters long, to the northwest of Oslo.
Obama tries to save debt deal
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama summoned top lawmakers to a Saturday meeting to try to salvage a deal on the government’s borrowing limit from the wreckage of deficit talks whose collapse pushed the world’s largest economy closer to a catastrophic default. With the Treasury set to run out of money to pay all of its bills on August 2, Obama said the window may have closed for a “grand bargain” of spending cuts and tax increases in exchange for Congress raising the $14.3 trillion debt ceiling. Credit rating agencies also want spending restraints for the United States to keep its prized AAA rating that makes Treasuries the solid foundation for global investors and lowers borrowing costs for state governments, businesses, homeowners and consumers. “We have now run out of time,” Obama said on Friday after John Boehner, the top Republican in Congress, broke off talks on a deficit reduction package worth more than $3 trillion over 10 years.
AT&T retains iPhone customers
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Verizon may have the iPhone, but the blockbuster smartphone has yet to pay off in its battle against AT&T. In the second quarter, Verizon Wireless, the No. 1 U.S. mobile service, signed up 1.3 million fewer iPhone customers than AT&T. While Verizon Wireless added three times more net subscribers in the quarter than AT&T, it only activated 2.3 million Apple iPhones compared with 3.6 million activations at AT&T.
July 14, 1:05 p.m.: Authorities arrested a woman who caused a disturbance on Milpas Street and who allegedly hid a crack pipe in between her buttocks. According to a police report, the situation unfolded just after 1 p.m. on the 200 block of North Milpas Street. Police were questioning a woman on the street, when a unknown second female asked the woman being question to move her telephone. The suspect became enraged and started yelling at the second woman, blurting out a racial slur. Officers pulled the 45-year-old woman away and then arrested her for creating a disturbance and other warrants. When they searched her, they discovered a plastic bag hidden inside the woman’s buttocks. Inside the bag, was an illegal pipe used to smoke hallucinatory methamphetamines. July 14, 3:58 p.m.: A shirtless man shouting “Black Power,” in front of The Habit restaurant at 628 State St., was arrested after he allegedly attempted to start a fight on the street. The man left the area before police arrived, but a bystander flagged down an officer to report a fight in front of Uncle
Rocco’s N.Y. Pizza. Police arrested the man there. A blood-alcohol check revealed the man had .27 BAC. He was arrested for public intoxication and booked into county jail on $1,000 bail.
July 15, 12:50 a.m.: A 27-year-old woman with a knife broke into an apartment on Parker Way. A witness reported the woman knocked on an apartment door while holding a knife. Another woman opened the door but closed it when she saw the suspect. A man then opened the door and, when the suspect saw him, she allegedly rushed into the apartment, breaking the door on the way in. The woman began punching the man, until he restrained against the apartment stove. Police arrested the woman for battery, brandishing a weapon, vandalism and trespassing, and booked her into county jail on $2,500 bail.
July 15, 5:21 p.m.: Police arrested a 22-year-old man after beating another man with a phone charger. The two men spent the day drinking in Chase Palm Park. The suspect asked the other man for money, but he refused. A fight started, but the victim ran across the street to the beach and moved towards Stearns Wharf. The suspect caught up with the victim and hit him with a piece of driftwood,
knocking him to the ground. He started punching and kicking the victim. When the victim tried to defend himself, the suspect threw a rock at him then hit him several times with a phone charger. The suspect then hit the victim with a full bottle of Smirnoff vodka before letting him go. Santa Barbara Harbor Patrol detained the suspect until he was booked into county jail for assault with a deadly weapon.
July 16, 12:00 a.m.: California Highway Patrol officers apprehended two men after they allegedly forced a man to give up his wallet. Two men on the 500 block of West Montecito Street asked a three-person group for a cigarette. The three declined and continued to walk. The men ran and to catch up with the group. One of the men had a knife in his hip area and said to the group, “Give me cash or I’ll stick you.” One victim threw his wallet on the ground and the group walked away. The group flagged down CHP officers near Rancheria Street. The officers detained the two men at gunpoint until Santa Barbara police arrived.
July 16, 3:30 a.m.: Officers arrested a man for letting minors near alcohol and marijuana. See CRIME, page 10
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Robert De Niro Sr.: Bohemian Artist ANTIQUES
Actor Robert De Niro testified last week against prominent New York art dealer Leigh Morse, who was found guilty of selling more than 80 works of art from four estates for $5 million without informing the owners. Why did Robert De Niro take the stand? Some of the works Morse sold ELIZABETH (pocketing the money) STEWART were original oils on canvas by Robert De Niro Sr., who was part of the celebrated New York School of Post-war American artists, famous for the abstract expressionist style. Robert De Niro, Sr. was a rising star in his day, and had a series of solo exhibitions in the 1950s at the renowned Charles Egan Gallery in New York, along with his friends William de Kooning, Jackson Pollock, Franz Kline and Mark Rothko. By the mid-1950s De Niro was showing in important group exhibitions at the Whitney Annual, the Stabile Annual and the NY Jewish Museum. He showed in Peggy Guggenheim’s incredibly important Art of This Century Gallery on 57th Street in New York. (Reviews of the show at Art of This Century praised De Niro). The senior De Niro was awarded a scholarship in his mid-20s at North Carolina’s avantgarde Black Mountain College where he studied under Josef Albers, becoming Albers’ star pupil. Fellow students included Hans Hoffman, Lee Frankenthaler and Ray Eames. In his 30s he spent years painting in Paris, where the famous collector Joseph Hirshhorn purchased his canvases; those works are now in the permanent collection of the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington, D.C. In 1968 Robert De Niro, Sr. was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship. Yet De Niro, Sr. is best remembered in his famous son’s own collection, and his son has been known to take his feelings to court. Last week’s appearance is the second case De Niro, Jr. has brought. Robert De Niro, Jr. appeared last week at
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Artist Robert De Niro Sr. with part of his expensive art collection that was eventually part of a trial.
the trial of Leigh Morse claiming theft of his father’s works totaling $65,000. The New York State Supreme Court in Manhattan, under Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance, Jr. clamped down on Morse, who today owes clients $1.65 million. What did Robert De Niro say as he stood with his father’s art in court? “Don’t call me Junior, Judge.” Before Robert De Niro the famous actor, there was Robert De Niro the famous bohemian painter, and as well as bearing a physical likeness to his dad, he has the same Italian temper. Although De Niro, Sr. died in 1993, De Niro, Jr. has maintained his father’s studio loft in SoHo exactly as he left it. It’s a time capsule of 1950s bohemia, and De Niro, Jr. has left all the paintbrushes in place; even his dad’s hairbrush sits on the sink. The studio is De Niro’s private sanctuary, as quoted in the British newspaper The Telegraph: “Sometimes I just go there and sit.” De Niro has preserved his dad’s studio, not as a public museum, but because he wants his children to “feel” their grandfather. Admiration and sadness are mixed.
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In a stunning development that has rattled the local hotel industry, the owners of the Bacara Resort & Spa have announced that they have sold the luxury waterfront resort to a Hawaii company. Ohana Real Estate Investors plans to buy the elegant beachfront paradise just steps from the ocean waves. “We are pleased to pass ownership of Bacara, now one of the leading luxury resort hotels in the world, to Ohana, a premier luxury hospitality organization, whose long-term ownership philosophy aligns with our own,” according to a statement put out by the ADCO Group, which had owned the Bacara. “We wish Ohana every continued success as it assumes ownership and management of what has been and what will remain the very special Bacara experience.” Ohana owns the branches of the Montage luxury hotels in Laguna Beach, Beverly Hills and Deer Valley, Utah. Sheila Bautista, a representative for Ohana, said many details of the sale are still private. Bautista said that while ownership will change hands, all Bacara employees will remain in place. “We’re going to keep running the hotel as it’s been run,” Bautista said. Bacara management declined to com-
ment on the sale. Located on the Goleta coast, the 78acre Bacara boasts 311 rooms, 49 luxury suites as well as restaurants, a 42,000 square-foot spa, swimming pools, two miles of beach, tennis courts, conference center, and is adjacent to the Sandpiper golf course.
Rooms start at $475 per night and can go up to $1,150 a night for one with an ocean view. Suites range from $1,200 for a 545 square-foot junior, to $2,300 for a 925 square-foot signature. Penthouse rates vary according to the resort, but the price is currently $10,000 a night. See RESORT, page 10
A Santa Barbara County resident was diagnosed with the first human case of West Nile Virus this year in California, County officials announced Friday. The county has not had a case of the virus in any animals, according to a news release. “Summer is the time when mosquito activity increases. It’s a good reminder for us all to take steps to avoid mosquito bites,” Dr. Peter Hasler, medical director
of the Santa Barbara Public Health Department, said in the release. West Nile Virus is contracted through mosquitos that feed on infected birds and then bite humans or animals. Humans cannot contract the virus from other humans. People who are infected often do not have any illness – others only contract mild fevers, headaches or body aches – but West Nile can be severe for the elder-
ly or those with weakened immune systems. The county encourages people to avoid contracting the virus by avoiding going outside at dusk and dawn, when mosquitos are most active. West Nile Virus has been detected in animals in 14 of 58 California counties this year.
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The exclusive Bacara Resort & Spa outside of Goleta will change ownership after Hawaiibased Ohana Real Estate Investors takes over.
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Mr. and Mrs. Nematollah Tabibian of Los Angeles and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carlson of Santa Barbara are pleased to announce the engagement of their children Bahareh Tabibian, RN, BSN, to Sebastian Carlson, D.D.S. Ms. Tabibian is a graduate of UCSB and Mount St. Maryʼs College of Nursing in Los Angeles. Dr. Carlson is a graduate of UCSB, UCLA School of Dentistry, and is currently a Resident in the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery program at UCSF Medical School. The couple will reside in San Francisco and a September wedding is planned.
And truly, De Niro, Sr. was a force in the art world of the 1950s – praised by Peggy Guggenheim, the eminent critic Clement Greenberg and the poet and critic Frank O’Hara. De Niro, Jr. was brought up in bohemian circles in which he was surrounded by the likes of Pollock, de Kooning, Anais Nin, Henry Miller and Tennessee Williams. Although De Niro, Sr.’s paintings in the collection of the MoMa, the Met, the Hirshhorn and the Whitney, they are most proudly and prominently displayed at his son’s restaurant, the TriBeCa
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Grill, and also at his son’s new New York hotel, the Greenwich. Three huge De Niro canvases hang on the back wall of the TriBeCa Grill, which dad hung for his son in the ‘90s, as well as designing artwork for the Grill’s menu. Studying painting in his 20s in Provincetown – the bohemian capital of the 50s – De Niro, Sr. fell in love with Virginia Admiral, Robert Jr.’s mother, also an accomplished painter, and writer, as secretary to Anais Nin. Robert Jr. was born in 1948 and his parents split when the boy was two, but his mother, unlike his starving artist father, dropped art to start a typing service, and among her clients was the theadding to savings or withdrawing from them. The psychology and implementation plans are often wildly different between the two stages in life. The transition between the two can be tough as it requires a change of perspective and expectations.
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ater professional Maria Piscator of the Dramatic Workshop of the New School of Social Research. The rest, they say is history: mom got the son a place in the drama school, and Robert De Niro, Jr. discovered himself an artist in his own right at the age of 10. When his father died, De Niro dedicated “A Bronx Tale” his directorial debut, to his father’s art.
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ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME CASE NUMBER 1381485 Petitioner or Attorney: Simone Reyes TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Simone Reyes filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present Name: Simone Marie Aline Reyes Proposed Name:Simone Marie Aline Faoro 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 25, 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: 07/15/2011 Terri Chavez, Deputy Clerk Denise de Bellefeuille JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT PUBLISHED JULY 23, 30, AUG 06, 13 2011.
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME CASE NUMBER 1381485 Petitioner or Attorney: Frances Tony Herrera TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Frances Tony Herrera filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present Name: Frances Tony Herrera Proposed Name:Linda Francis Escalante 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: Septembert 08, 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: 07/15/2011 Terri Chavez, Deputy Clerk Denise de Bellefeuille JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT PUBLISHED JULY 23, 30, 06, 13 2011.
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SANTA BARBARA COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING*
DATE OF HEARING: AUGUST 3, 2011 PLACE: SANTA BARBARA COUNTY ENGINEERING BUILDING ROOM 17, 123 EAST ANAPAMU ST SANTA BARBARA, CA 93101 The Planning Commission hearing begins at 9:00 a.m. The order of items listed on the agenda is subject to change by the Planning Commission. Anyone interested in this matter is invited to appear and speak in support or in opposition to the projects. Written comments are also welcome. All letters should be addressed to the Santa Barbara County Planning Commission, 123 East Anapamu Street, Santa Barbara, California, 93101. Letters, with nine copies, should be filed with the secretary of the Planning Commission no later than 12:00 P.M. on the Monday before the Planning Commission hearing. The decision to accept late materials will be at the discretion of the Planning Commission. Maps and/or staff analysis of the proposals may be reviewed at Planning and Development, 123 East Anapamu Street, Santa Barbara, California, 93101 a week prior to the public hearing. If you challenge the project (11GOV-00000-00008, 09DVP-00000-00017, 09CUP-00000-00022, 09CDP-00000-00038, 11ORD-00000-00012, 11ORD-0000000014, 08GPA-00000-00001, 11RZN-00000-00002, 11ORD-00000-00015) 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 Planning Commission 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. * This is a partial listing of the items to be heard at the Planning Commission Hearing of August 3, 2011. * Previously noticed Case Nos. 11ORD-00000-000012/11ORD-00000-00014 (General Package Ordinance Amendments) were continued to this hearing from the hearing of July 6, 2011. See previous notice for full descriptions of these items. If you have any questions, call Planning and Development at (805) 568-2000. 09DVP-00000-00017 09CUP-00000-00022/09DCP-00000-00038 Line 96 Modification Gaviota 09EIR-00000-00005
Dean Dusette, Planner (805) 568-2513
Hearing on the request of Steve Greig, Ellwood Pipeline, Inc. to consider the following:
a) 09DVP-00000-00017, [application filed on May 13, 2009] for approval of a Development Plan to install an oil transportation pipeline from the Venoco Ellwood Onshore Facility (EOF) located in the City of Goleta to the Plains Pipeline L.P. pipeline system adjacent to Las Flores Canyon on the Gaviota Coast, in compliance with Section 35-174 of the Article II Coastal Zoning Ordinance and Section 35.82.080 of the Land Use Development Code (LUDC). The pipeline route involves multiple parcels with the parcels located in the County zoned AG-II 100, AG-II 320, Transportation Corridor in the Third Supervisorial District; b) 09CUP-00000-00022, [application filed on May 13, 2009] for a Major Conditional Use Permit for the proposed project in compliance with Section 35-172 of the Article II Coastal Zoning Ordinance and Section 35.82.060 of the County Land Use and Development Code; c) 09CDP-00000-00038, [application filed on May 13, 2009] for a Coastal Development Permit for the proposed project in compliance with Section 35-169 of the Article II Coastal Zoning Ordinance; and for certification of the Environmental Impact Report (09EIR-00000-00005; SCH# 2009111034) pursuant to the State Guidelines for Implementation of the California Environmental Quality Act. As a result of this project, significant effects on the environment are anticipated in the following categories: Aesthetic/Visual Resources, Agricultural Resources, Air Quality, Biological Resources, Cultural Historical and Paleontological Resources, Energy and Mineral Resources, Geological Resources, Hazards and Hazardous Materials, Land Use, Noise, Traffic/Circulation, Public Services, and Water Resources. Proposed mitigation measures would reduce the environmental effects to less than significant, except for residual effects on Biological Resources, Hazardous and Hazardous Materials, Land Use, Planning and Recreation, Public Services and Water Resources, which would remain significant and unavoidable. The EIR and all documents referenced therein may be reviewed at the Planning and Development Department, 123 E. Anapamu St., Santa Barbara. The EIR is also available for review at the Central Branch of the City of Santa Barbara Library, 40 E. Anapamu St., Santa Barbara. Time Certain: The following item will be reviewed at 1:00 p.m. 08GPA-00000-00001 11RZN-00000-00002 11ORD-00000-00015
Draft Goleta Community Plan for Eastern Goleta Valley: Initiation of Recommended Project Description for Environmental Review
Jeff Hunt, Director, Long Range Planning (805) 568-2072 June Pujo, Supervising Planner (805) 568-2056; Erika Leachman, Planner (805) 568-2025
Hearing on the request of the Planning and Development Department to the Planning Commission to: a) Review and comment on the Initiation Draft Goleta Valley Community Plan for Eastern Goleta Valley; and b) Recommend that the Board of Supervisors initiate environmental review per CEQA for the Draft Goleta Valley Community Plan for Eastern Goleta Valley as the project description. SANTA BARBARA COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION RECORDING SECRETARY (568-2000)
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING CASE NUMBERS:
09-DVP-00017, 09CUP-00022, 09CDP-00038, 09EIR-00005
DATE OF HEARING:
AUGUST 3, 2011
SANTA BARBARA COUNTY ENGINEERING BUILDING ROOM 17, 123 EAST ANAPAMU ST, SANTA BARBARA, CA 93101
ELLWOOD PIPELINE LINE 96 MODIFICATION PROJECT
Hearing on the request of Ellwood Pipeline Inc. to consider the Line 96 Modification Project, as follows: a) b) c)
09DVP-00017 [application filed May 13, 2009] for a Development Plan Permit allowing construction and operation of a crude oil pipeline on properties zoned AG-II 100, AG-II 320, and Transportation Corridor in compliance with Section 35-174 of the Article II Coastal Zoning Ordinance and Section 35.82.080 of the Land Use Development Code; 09CUP-00022 [application filed May 13, 2009] for a Conditional Use Permit allowing construction and operation of a crude oil pipeline on properties zoned AG-II 100, AG-II 320, and Transportation Corridor in compliance with Section 35-172 of the Article II Coastal Zoning Ordinance and Section 35.82.060 of the Land Use Development Code; 09CDP-00038 [application filed May 13, 2009] for a Coastal Development Permit allowing construction and operation of a crude oil pipeline on properties zoned AG-II 100, AG-II 320, and Transportation Corridor in compliance with Section 35-169 of the Article II Coastal Zoning Ordinance;
and to certify the Environmental Impact Report (09EIR-00000-00005; SCH#2009111034) pursuant to the State Guidelines for Implementation of the California Environmental Quality Act. As a result of this project, significant effects on the environment are anticipated in the following categories: Aesthetic/Visual Resources, Agricultural Resources, Air Quality, Biological Resources, Cultural Historical and Paleontological Resources, Energy and Mineral Resources, Geological Resources, Hazards and Hazardous Materials, Land Use, Noise, Traffic/Circulation, Public Services, and Water Resources. Proposed mitigation measures would reduce the environmental effects to less than significant, except for residual effects on Biological Resources, Hazardous and Hazardous Materials, Land Use, Planning and Recreation, Public Services and Water Resources, which would remain significant and unavoidable. The proposed Final EIR (FEIR) and all documents referenced therein may be reviewed at the Planning and Development Department, Energy Division, 123 E. Anapamu St., Santa Barbara. The EIR is also available for review at the following public libraries: Santa Barbara Public Library, 40 East Figueroa Street and Santa Barbara Public Library, Goleta Branch, 500 North Fairview Avenue, Goleta, CA 93117. In addition the final EIR may be viewed at the Energy Division website: http://www.countyofsb.org/energy/index.asp. The proposed Line 96 Modification Project consists of a new oil transportation pipeline approximately 9 miles long beginning just outside the Venoco Ellwood Onshore Facility identified as Assessor Parcel Number 079-210-042 located in the City of Goleta and ending by connecting to the Plains Pipeline L.P. pipeline system located on Assessor Parcel Number 081-230-021 adjacent to Las Flores Canyon. The pipeline route travels north from the Venoco facility under Highway 101 and Calle Real Street and then turns west and continues along the North side of Highway 101 along the Gaviota Coast to the terminus at the tie into the Plains pipeline system. The FEIR also analyzes, at a programmatic level of review, the abandonment, decommissioning and potential removal of the existing Line 96 pipeline, located in the City of Goleta. The pipeline transports oil from the EOF to the Ellwood Marine Terminal (EMT) where the oil is transferred offshore to a barge for transportation to market. The existing Line 96 pipeline route starts just outside the EOF, follows Hollister Avenue along the road right of way west to east to Pacific Oaks Road, then turns south along Fair Oaks Road to Phelps Road where it turns west to Canon Green Drive and then south to the EMT. Both facilities are operated by Venoco, Inc. Once the new onshore pipeline is operational, decommissioning and abandonment of the existing Line 96 pipeline and the Ellwood Marine Terminal would occur, resulting in the cessation of marine barging.
Owned by the Franchard Corporation since 1960s, the ADCO Group developed the site after acquiring Franchard and opened the Bacara, then valued at $300 million, in 2000. “Not only did we create an oasis where our guests love to stay, but we have also created an amazing place to work where our team members feel part of the Bacara family,” the statement said. Though it’s brought scores of conventions to the area, the Bacara has had its run-ins with slow-growth proponents that have opposed some of its expansion projects such as the condominiums. ADCO isn’t done with the Santa Barbara area. According to its website, the company is developing a 1,050-acre ranch to be known as Tecolote. The project preserves 94 percent of the land for wilderness and agriculture cultivation. The remaining six percent is set to hold 26 secluded homes. FROM PAGE 6
Officers, responding to a report of a fight on the 500 block of Coronel Place, followed the suspect into an apartment. When police knocked on the door, the man who answered said he saw the fight on his balcony but denied letting anyone into his apartment. The man said he had people in his bedroom, but wouldn’t open the door. After the people inside refused to come out, officers opened the door and found between 8 and 10 people inside including two minors. The room also had a marijuana pipe and open alcohol containers. The man refused to let the police search anywhere else in the apartment. He was arrested for contributing to the delinquency of a minor and obstructing an officer and booked into county jail on $2,500 bail. FROM PAGE 4
July 18, 3:40 p.m.: A 66-year-old man hit a Faulding Hotel employee with his cane. The man began making a disturbance at the hotel. When the staff tried to call 911, the man allegedly punched one employee in the chest and poked another one in the stomach with his cane. The employees took the man to the ground and detained him until police arrived. The man was arrested for battery and booked into county jail on $2,500 bail.
The pipeline route traverses Assessor’s Parcels Nos.: 079-010-005, 079-080-002, 079-080-021, 079-090-033, 079-090-034, 079-090-037, 079140-012, 079-140-018, 079-140-042, 079-140-043, 079-140-050, 079-140-051, 079-140-052, 079-140-056, 079-150-020, 079-150-021, 079150-029, 079-150-047, 079-150-048, 079-150-049, 079-150-051, 079-150-052, 079-150-053, 079-150-054, 079-150-057, 081-230-021, 081230-024, 081-250-012, and 081-250-016 in the Gaviota area, Third Supervisorial District. The Planning Commission hearing begins at 9:00 a.m. The order of items listed on the agenda is subject to change by the Planning Commission. 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 Planning Commission, 123 East Anapamu Street, Santa Barbara, CA, 93101. Letters, with nine copies, and computer materials, e.g. PowerPoint presentations, should be filed with the secretary of the Planning Commission no later than 12:00 P.M. on the Friday before the Planning Commission hearing. The decision to accept late materials will be at the discretion of the Planning Commission. Persons may address the Planning Commission by using the remote video testimony system located at the Engineering Building, Room 17, Planning Commission Hearing Room, 123 East Anapamu Street, Santa Barbara. Maps and/or staff analysis of a proposal may be reviewed at the Planning and Development Department, 123 E. Anapamu St., Santa Barbara one week prior to the public hearing. For further information, please contact the planner, Dean Dusette at (805) 568-2513 or via FAX at (805) 568-2030. 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 Planning Commission 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 at (805) 568-2000. Notification at least 48 hours prior to the hearing will enable the Hearing Support Staff to make reasonable arrangements. Planning Commission Hearings are televised live on County Santa Barbara Television (CSBTV) Channel 20 at 9:00 A.M. for the South Coast, Lompoc, Santa Ynez Valley, Santa Maria and Orcutt areas. Rebroadcast of this Planning Commission Hearing will be on Friday, August 5, 2011 at 5:00 p.m. SANTA BARBARA COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION
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lead to a fantastic and life-changing experience. 5 stars LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): The more you interact with new people or visit unfamiliar places, the better off you will be and the more encouragement you will receive. It’s time to spread your wings and try new things. Stop letting negative people drag you down. 3 stars SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): A personal partnership will cause you trouble if you can’t come to terms with what you both want. Take a breather and share time with someone who will listen to your side of the situation. Once you have had a chance to distance yourself, you will find a solution. 3 stars SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Put your energy into moneymaking projects or picking up additional skills that will enable you to earn more in the future. A change at home will turn out to be a blessing in disguise. Get odd jobs out of the way first so you can enjoy your playtime more. 3 stars CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Take time out for friends and family and fixing up your digs. An opportunity will develop through the company you keep. You have the energy to succeed at anything you put your mind to. Love is highlighted. 5 stars AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Too much talk and not enough action will lead to trouble. Don’t meddle in others’ affairs when you should be sorting out your own problems. A competitive challenge will keep you on your toes and out of trouble. 2 stars PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Keep to yourself. Work at developing something you’ve wanted to do for some time. Your creative ability is skyrocketing. Self-improvement projects will pay off, and attracting new friends or a lover is highlighted. 4 stars Birthday Baby: You are strong, stable and stubborn. You are unpredictable, strong-willed and determined to get your way.
Happy Birthday: Live and learn. The experience you gain through the people you meet will play an intrinsic part in the way you move forward. There is plenty to gain by getting along with the people who show the most interest in the same things you do. Don’t let uncertainty hold you back when you should be jumping in and taking a leadership position. Your numbers are 2, 8, 19, 23, 27, 35, 46. ARIES (March 21-April 19): Do your best and move on. You cannot let what others do or say bother you. Getting out with people who appreciate you is important to your emotional well-being. A shopping spree will cheer you up as long as you don’t overspend. 3 stars TAURUS (April 20-May 20): You’ll tend to overreact if someone doesn’t like what you are doing. A problem with someone you love will leave you in a quandary. Don’t let your stubbornness lead to a stupid argument that is a waste of emotional energy and likely to ruin your day. 3 stars GEMINI (May 21-June 20): What appears to be a great deal probably isn’t legitimate. It is best to research what’s being offered before getting involved. An emotional matter concerning someone’s private affairs will leave you in an awkward position. 3 stars CANCER (June 21-July 22): Changes may cause you worry, but accepting the inevitable can prove to be a godsend. The help you offer will be repaid in an unusual way. Getting together with someone from your past will inspire you to revisit old goals. 4 stars LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Trouble is brewing; keep a low profile. Overindulgent individuals will cause you grief and stir up emotions that can lead to a falling-out. 2 stars VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Steer clear of anyone who is trying to take advantage of you or dump responsibilities that don’t belong to you in your lap. A mini trip will
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FROM PAGE 1 safety. The council reduced the number of police officers on the street before he was elected, a move that he said has resulted in a rise in crime and homelessness. The city, he said, had catered too much to public employee unions. His message connected with voters. His election opened the door for more conservatives to follow, including Self and Frank Hotchkiss, who elected in 2009. Now, Franciso leads a conservative majority on the council, including Rowse who was appointed to replace Das Williams last November. He has established himself as the conservative leader on the council, and has emerged as the most powerful person in City Hall. “The old council was completely under the thump of public employee unions,” Francisco said. “The unions have their interests, but it is not always in the best interest of the taxpayers.” Francisco is the rare councilman who was elected to office with the support of public employee unions or developers. Francisco said that he, Self and Rowse are not running as a slate, although he is
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Dale Francisco, pictured in 2009 during his mayoral campaign, will seek re-election for another four-year term on the City Council. He has lobbied for increased public safety.
supportive of their campaigns. “I want to see us all elected,” he said. The three face a challenge from the Democratic Party’s slate of Cathy Murillo, Deborah Schwartz and Iya Falcone. Falcone has already served two terms on the City Council, and is looking return to the seat after a failed bid for
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The fountain at the Library Plaza, part of a planned improvement project drawing mixed response from the community.
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mayor two years ago. He pushes back on the “conservative majority,” label that some in the media have suggested. “I would call it the rationale majority,” Francisco said. “We are focused on city issues. The old council spent money like crazy.”
FROM PAGE 2 She acknowledged that the city has a homeless problem, probably due to good weather, but said she disparages “sweeping it under the rug.” “These are human beings, worth much more than architecture,” she said. Schneider, who attended a July 16 community meeting on the issue, said that many residents voiced safety concerns regarding the area. Roger Hiles, library services manager, said that the library receives frequent complaints from its patrons that typically result in calls to the police. “We feel it could be
improved,” he said. Even one homeless person, Andrew Schoneman, 21, said he would like to see money spent wisely on the library. If done correctly, redeveloping the library would trump homeless lawn usage, he said. “You don’t need to be sleeping in front of the library,” said Schoneman. “The library is for reading.” He suggested people instead use parks to conduct such activities. Hiles said he thinks it would be great if the library could utilize the space for activities. “I hope that this project can result in a design that is more functional, safer, and inviting, and that will result in more library programs,” he said.
Published on Oct 21, 2011
SATURDAY, AMFog,Mild 74 ° JULY23,2011 AmansleepsFridayinthelibraryplazaoutsideoftheSantaBarbaraCentralLibrary.Thecitywantstoimprovesafetyand...