Santa Barbara Year in ReView: March 2012

Santa Barbara View takes a look back at the stories that made news in Santa Barbara, California this year. Here are ten stories from March, 2012:

  1. Installation of a suicide prevention barrier for the Cold Spring Canyon Arch Bridge was completed.
  2. Democrats told Mayor Helene Schneider to stop gathering signatures to increase City taxes.
  3. Discussions about naming the Santa Barbara Airport Terminal first surfaced.
  4. Santa Barbara’s bed tax giveaway to Rick Caruso.
  5. Rush Limbaugh was taken off the air in Santa Barbara, California.
  6. Clay Aurell,  Architectural Board of Review member, violated the Act of Conflict of Interest.
  7. The Santa Barbara Daily Sound celebrated six years, but it wouldn’t be around much longer.
  8. Hot Springs Canyon was permanently preserved for public use.
  9. La Casa De La Raza demanded immediate retraction of articles published in the News-Press.
  10. Traffic impediments calming devices continued to take a beating all around Santa Barbara.

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