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For those of us who live in apartments or units w/o composting outlets, can anyone recommend how food scraps can be composted in Santa Barbara? I know businesses and organizations can get yellow bins from MarBorg, but where can an individual party compost kitchen food scraps? Any good info would be welcome and appreciated. Thanks! Composting can be dirty business, especially if you intend to do it indoors and even outdoors you're bound to attract critters.


New federal rules proposed to improve the inspection and maintenance of pipelines like the one that failed this spring near Refugio State Beach could help, but Santa Barbara County elected officials aren't sure they go far enough. That's another reason Assemblyman Das Williams and Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson still eagerly await word on whether California Governor Jerry Brown will sign into law any of their three combined bills on the subject. And increase response time and effectiveness. -- Noozhawk staff writer Gina Potthoff can be reached at .


Santa Barbara police are investigating after an unarmed man was taken into custody about half an hour after a major law enforcement response to the report of a man with a rifle near a vehicle on the 1800 block of Las Canoas Road, near Skofield Park, on Tuesday afternoon. Police set up a perimeter in the area and closed Las Canoas Road at the 2200 block to the west and the intersection with El Cielito Road to the south during the incident. Check back with Noozhawk for more information. S taff writer Lara Cooper reported from the scene.


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Said Mo Lovegreen, sustainability director at UCSB. Improving energy efficiency, thereby reducing our environmental impact. Have reduced electricity use per square foot by 39 percent and natural gas use by over 54 percent. Equipment that is not in use, or simply wearing a sweater rather than using the heater. Our emissions," said Jewel Snavely, sustainability coordinator for UCSB. See more articles like this # # # # Send To a Friend Your Email Friend's Email Top of Page | Old News Archives | Printer-Friendly Page copyright - 2003-2015 Edhat, Inc.


She has a complaint pending in court over pay inequity she discovered while working at the Fresno County Office of Education in 2012. Although they were initially opposed, the bill also had the support of the California Chamber of Commerce and was unopposed by the California business community. "Equal pay for equal work, regardless of gender, shouldn't be an issue in California," said Allan Zaremberg, the President and CEO of the California Chamber of Commerce. Jackson is chair of the California Legislative Women's Caucus.


In a few weeks, the winners of the Southern California Independent Booksellers Book Awards will be announced. Jefferson Parker because he kept winning the award every year, this year's finalists include: "Marry, Kiss, Kill" by Anne Flett-Giordano. Informed by his 28 years of California law enforcement, Putnam's sequel to The Disposables is a compelling thriller about a former L.A. "The Cartel" by Don Winslow. In an epic conclusion to Power of the Dog, The Cartel is a high octane, masterful thriller by one of the best crime novel writers, period.


As Gloria Gaynor's "I Will Survive" blasted from speakers, Marian Sousa sat beaming. Sousa, an 89-year-old El Sobrante resident who worked in the engineering department of the shipyards during World War II, recalled that she did not receive the same pay as her male colleagues, even as she was happy to work outside the home and lend a hand to the war effort. The law will be enforced by the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement, which decides wage claims and investigates discrimination complaints.


Hannah-Beth Jackson of Santa Barbara lets female employees allege pay discrimination based on the wages a company pays to other employees who do substantially similar work. The legislation also puts the burden on employers to prove a man's higher pay is based on factors other than gender. Brown also is considering legislation that bars employers from using previous salary information as justification for paying women less than their male co-workers.


25, 2015, 1-4 p.m., in the Museum's back plaza, State Street terrace, Family Resource Center and galleries. Conjunto Jardin, Mariachi Sol Huasteco and Folkloric Dance Group Quetzalcoatl return with musical and dance performances throughout the day. The sale proceeds go toward the La Cuesta Art Scholarship, which will be awarded to a graduating senior at the 2016 commencement. Free Family Guides are available at the Visitor Services desks in English and Spanish. -- Katrina Carl is the public relations manager for the Santa Barbara Museum of Art .


Share Article Facebook Twitter Google+1 del.icio.us. Buzz Diigo google newsvine reddit technorati Yahoo! Myspace Marilyn Gevirtz had been heavily involved in the Santa Barbara community for over three decades before her death on September 27th after battling a long illness. She worked on multiple educational community outreach programs, such as the Children's Homework Project and Girls Inc. Her vision manifested itself in a variety of transformative contributions to Santa Barbara's public education system.


Last year's Nobel winners in physics were two scientists in Japan and one at the University of California, Santa Barbara for helping create the LED light, a transformational and ubiquitous source that now lights up everything from our living rooms to our flashlights to our smart phones. On Monday, three scientists shared the Nobel Prize in Medicine for their work on parasitic diseases. Swedish industrialist Alfred Nobel created the prizes in 1895 to honor work in physics, chemistry, literature and peace.


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A men's and women's doubles fundraiser, to benefit Special Olympics, and a Special Olympics unified classic will take place. The Tennis Classic is free for spectators to, attend and community members of all ages are encouraged to come and witness the skills of our local athletes. The event staff wishes to thank the 2015 sponsors: Kamunity Properties, Bank of the West, Santa Barbara Tennis Patrons, Santa Barbara Tennis Club, The Tennis Shop, Head, Penn, USTA Southern California, Bob Appetit and Easy Lift Transportation.


In most cases, it's the first such opportunity they've ever had," said Amy Williams, director of education and community engagement for the Santa Barbara Symphony. In operation since 1978, the Santa Barbara Symphony Music Van visits third-grade classrooms in the greater Santa Barbara area between September and December, serving some 2,000 students in more than 40 schools each year. The Music Van is made possible in part through the generosity of Marilynn and Tom Sullivan and Nick Rail Music.


This free, family-friendly event celebrates the history and culture of the Asian communities that once thrived in and around the Santa Barbara Presidio. Learn about a number of Asian cultures through performances, food and hand's on activities. Performances and artistic displays will celebrate the rich and vibrant traditions of our Asian American community. Free Parking is available in the lot behind Panino. The event is sponsored by Perry Mazda of Santa Barbara, Griffiths Foundation and The Towbes Foundation.

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