Santa Barbara View takes a look back at the stories that made news in Santa Barbara, California this year. Here are ten stories from September, 2014.
- SB Girl took readers on a 2 mile hike to Inspiration Point.
A legacy from the era of Dr. Francesco Franchesci, remains on East Anapamu Street in the form of Italian Stone Pines.
The Santa Barbara City Council hosted public workshops to get your thoughts on the condition of the City’s basic infrastructure, including streets, sidewalks, libraries, community centers, police and fire stations, and park and recreation facilities.
- The Safe Passage Initiative, a combined plan to celebrate the historic resources in the lower Mission Canyon area, moved forward.
- A story about Santa Barbara’s only known pirate, Hippolyte de Bouchard.
the Santa Barbara City Council began the process of reactivating The Charles E. Meyer Desalination Facility.
Every time I see a bike rider roll right through an intersection without heeding the sign, I’m reminded of the time I did the same thing. It didn’t turn out too well.
- State Street was designated as one of the 10 Great Streets for 2014, pictured below.
The Italian Stone Pines on Anapamu were suffering from drought and were on our minds.
- The Milpas Community Association turned trash cans into art!