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Assault Believed to be Hate Motivated - Police Seeking Public’s Help (video)

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SANTA BARBARA, CA – 01/03/2012
 
Following the festive New Year’s Eve celebration during the early morning hours on 1/1/12, at approximately 1:42 a.m., two male victims exited a downtown bar and were walking to their vehicle parked near Ortega St. and Chapala St.
 
The two male victims were confronted by three male suspects whom they had never met. One of the suspects focused his attention on the victims and made a derogatory comment.  The suspects then violently attacked the victims resulting in one victim suffering a broken jaw and a head injury requiring staples to close. The other victim suffered minor injuries that did not require medical attention.  Based on the ongoing investigation, it appears that the suspects perceived the victims to be gay which is believed to be the motivation for the attack.
 
The suspects are described as follows:
 
Suspect 1: White male adult, 20’s, 5’4” / 160 lbs with a shaved head. White and black plaid long sleeve shirt.
Suspect 2: White male adult, 20’s, 6’1” with a shaved head, Dark clothing.
Suspect 3: White male adult, 20’s, with a shaved head. Dark clothing.
 
Chief Cam Sanchez wants the public to know, “That Hate crimes like these will not be tolerated and those responsible will be held accountable”.  The Santa Barbara Police Department is actively investigating this assault as a potential hate crime and requests help from the public in identifying the suspects. Information related to this case can be provided anonymously.  Please contact Det. Kushner at (805) 897-2345 with any information.  (Attached to this press release is a video showing the three suspects committing the assault.)
 
Contact: Sergeant Lorenzo Duarte,  Public Information Officer
Phone:  (805) 897-2332
Email:  lduarte@sbpd.com

 

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City Begins to Install Tsunami Signs

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The City of Santa Barbara Office of Emergency Services has begun to put up Tsunami Signs within the affected coastal areas. The first sign was put up today Thursday December 1, 2011 by the City’s Street Department. Anthony Prieto, Maintenance Crew Leader, put up the first “Evacuation” and “Entering  Tsunami Hazard Zone” signs at La Marina and Shoreline.  In the next several months City Street Crews will put up a total of 58 signs along the affected areas of our coastline. These signs will assist the City of Santa Barbara in joining with other coastal communities in becoming a TsunamiReady Community. The signs are both directional and educational and have been provided to the City at no cost from the California Emergency Management Agency (CalEMA).
As part of an awareness/preparedness campaign, the City hosted two Tsunami Community Meetings on October 26, 2011 and October 27, 2011.

A map is available which shows the placement for future signs. You can see a copy of the map at the City’s Office of Emergency Services Website:  www.santabarbaraca.gov/oes    

“We are very excited to see these signs go up in our community. The City has been working on becoming a TsunamiReady Community and this is one of the final steps to receive this designation from the National Weather Service.” said Yolanda McGlinchey, Emergency Services Manager. 

“The City of Santa Barbara will not be “tsunami-proof,” however, being a TsunamiReady Community means Santa Barbara will be more prepared for the dangers associated with tsunamis and that will ultimately save lives and reduce property damage,” said Mark Jackson, meteorologist-in-charge of the Oxnard National Weather Service office.
 
“The City cares that its residents, businesses, and tourists should be aware of the possible hazards associated with living, working or visiting our coastal community. We want our community to know that it is not a good idea to run to the beaches when there is a tsunami warning,” said Fire Chief Andrew DiMizio.  “What we want them to do is be prepared to evacuate if necessary, and have their emergency kits ready to go.”
For more information contact the City’s Office of Emergency Services at 805-564-5711.

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Anacapa Street Closure Planned [ city press release ]

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SANTA BARBARA, CA – August 24, 2011 The City of Santa Barbara must close a portion of Anacapa Street adjacent to the Central Library because of work being completed on the Library roof.

The following is a list of all closures: 

Anacapa Street, between Anapamu and Figueroa Streets       
               
–Monday, August 29; 4:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

–Monday, September 12; 5:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. 

 

Entrance to Library Garage (parking lot #7) on Anacapa Street 

–Wednesday, August 24; 7:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

–Saturday, August 27; 7:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

–Tuesday, September 6; 7:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

–Friday, September 9; 7:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.  

The entrance to parking lot #7 will remain open on Figueroa Street during the street closure. The exit lane from lot #7 will remain open to Anacapa Street, and traffic will be re-routed to Figueroa Street. 

The Faulkner Gallery will also be closed to the public between 10:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. on September 6, 2011 and September 9, 2011.  

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For more information, Contact:

William E. Davis, Project Engineer II
Phone:  (805) 897-2666Email: wdavis@santabarbaraca.gov

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Anacapa Street Closure Planned [ city press release ]

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SANTA BARBARA, CA – August 24, 2011 The City of Santa Barbara must close a portion of Anacapa Street adjacent to the Central Library because of work being completed on the Library roof.

The following is a list of all closures: 

Anacapa Street, between Anapamu and Figueroa Streets       
               
–Monday, August 29; 4:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

–Monday, September 12; 5:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. 

 

Entrance to Library Garage (parking lot #7) on Anacapa Street 

–Wednesday, August 24; 7:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

–Saturday, August 27; 7:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

–Tuesday, September 6; 7:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

–Friday, September 9; 7:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.  

The entrance to parking lot #7 will remain open on Figueroa Street during the street closure. The exit lane from lot #7 will remain open to Anacapa Street, and traffic will be re-routed to Figueroa Street. 

The Faulkner Gallery will also be closed to the public between 10:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. on September 6, 2011 and September 9, 2011.  

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For more information, Contact:

William E. Davis, Project Engineer II
Phone:  (805) 897-2666Email: wdavis@santabarbaraca.gov

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Return of the Free Friday Night Movies (on Stearns Wharf)

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SANTA BARBARA, CA – 6/8/2011 The City of Santa Barbara and Stearns Wharf Business Association are proud to present a FREE Friday Night Movies series for the whole community to enjoy. Bring the family and join us under the stars as June leaps into high adventure with “Raiders of the Lost Ark” (PG), and musical-dance favorite “Footloose” (PG). Blast off in August with Buzz Lightyear in Disney-Pixar’s classic, “Toy Story” (G). And finally, September brings a trilogy of hit movies: “Grease” (PG), “The NeverEnding Story” (PG), and “Shrek” (PG). Arrive early; all movies start at dusk.

 
FREE Friday Night Movies on Stearns Wharf is an outdoor event. So, dress warmly and bring your blankets and beach chairs. There will be Free Parking on Stearns Wharf after 7 p.m. Come early for the best viewing and watch the multi-media pre-show, visit our merchants and don’t forget about the snacks. We’re located on the seaward end of Stearns Wharf near Santa Barbara Shellfish Company and Stearns Wharf Bait and Tackle. Popcorn and movie snacks will be available for purchase.


Movies Schedule:

“Raiders of the Lost Ark” (PG) at dusk on June 17

*  “Footloose" (PG) at dusk on June 24

*  "Toy Story" (G) at dusk on August 26

*  "Grease" (PG) at dusk on September 2

*  "The NeverEnding Story" (PG) at dusk on September 9

*  "Shrek" (PG) at dusk on September 16


FREE Friday Night Movies on Stearns Wharf is sponsored by the City of Santa Barbara and Stearns Wharf Business Association, with promotions provided by K-LITE 101.7 Radio, 99.9 KTYD Radio, Santa Barbara Family Life Magazine, and ParentClick.com. Outdoor movie production services provided by CommCinema Mobile Digital Cinema Systems. Admission is free. For more movie information, visit: www.SantaBarbaraCA.gov/Starlight.

-Brian Slagle Administrative Analyst, City of Santa Barbara | Waterfront Department

 

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3 'Plan SB' Meetings Scheduled for June

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SANTA BARBARA - There are three Council Plan Santa Barbara Ad Hoc Subcommittee meetings scheduled for June:

 

June 1 -  from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m.

June 2 -  1:30 to 4:00 p.m.

June 16 - 1:30 to 4:00 p.m. 
 

Place: David Gebhard Public Meeting Room, 630 Garden Street

The meetings will be televised live on CityTV Channel 18.  A live broadcast can also be seen via personal computer by going to www.santabarbaraca.gov/Government/Video and then clicking City TV-18 Live Broadcast.


General Info:  
March - May, 2011, Council Ad Hoc Subcommittee Meetings

The PlanSB Council Ad Hoc Subcommittee will be holding five work sessions on alternate Friday afternoons beginning on March 11 through May 6, 2011, from 1:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the David Gebhard Public Meeting Room at 630 Garden Street. 

If you have questions, comments or concerns, contact: Info@YouPlanSB.org or call the Plan Santa Barbara phone line at (805) 897-2509.

 


from Gabriela P. Feliciano on behalf of the PlanSB Team, 
Historic Landmarks Commission/EPV Sign Proposals/Plan Santa Barbara, Commission Secretary

 



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'Plan Santa Barbara' Ad Hoc Meeting Today (Wednesday)

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Today, the Plan Santa Barbara Council Ad Hoc Subcommittee will hold one of it's five work sessions.


Date:
  May 18, 2011

Time:  1:30-4:00 p.m.

Place:  David Gebhard Public Meeting Room, 630 Garden Street 2.  

The meeting will be televised live on CityTV Channel 18.  

A live broadcast can also be seen via personal computer by going to www.santabarbaraca.gov/Government/Video and then clicking City TV-18 Live Broadcast. 3.  

To view the Agenda with its attachments, please go to the www.YouPlanSB.org web site on the main page, scroll down to the subheading "March - May, 2011, Council Ad Hoc Subcommittee Meetings" and click on the Agenda. 


More Information

The PlanSB Council Ad Hoc Subcommittee will hold five work sessions on alternate Friday afternoons beginning on March 11 through May 6, 2011, from 1:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

An additional meeting was requested by the Subcommittee to be held on TODAY May 18, 2011.          

·          01 Agenda for the Council Ad Hoc Subcommittee Meeting May 18, 2011  (doc)

·          02 Notice of Council Ad Hoc Subcommittee Meeting May 18, 2011  (doc)

·          03 March - May, 2011, Ad Hoc Subcommittee Meeting Notices and Agendas  (doc)


If you have questions, comments or concerns, feel free to contact us at  Info@YouPlanSB.org or call the Plan Santa Barbara phone line at (805) 897-2509.   


-Gabriela P. Feliciano on behalf of the PlanSB TeamHistoric Landmarks Commission/EPV Sign Proposals/Plan Santa BarbaraCommission SecretaryCity of Santa BarbaraPlanning Division630 Garden Street(805) 564-5470, ext. 3310 Paz es el respeto al derecho ajeno.

 


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Santa Barbara Harbor Nautical Swap Meet

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The City of Santa Barbara Waterfront Department, in conjunction with the Santa Barbara Harbor Merchants Associations, invites you to the Fifth Annual Santa Barbara Harbor Nautical Swap Meet on Saturday, May 14th from 8 am to noon.  


This year’s Harbor Nautical Swap Meet will bring hundreds of treasure-seekers down to the waterside. Dozens of vendors will be packed into one location in the Main Harbor parking lot near Marina 3. This swap meet has become “The Place” to search for all kinds of seafaring booty including tackle & gear, surfboards, fishing poles, inflatable boats, boat rigging, boat motors and other marine/nautical items. So, gather up the family and come spend an adventurous morning of fun. Free refreshments will be provided by the Santa Barbara Harbor Merchants Associations.  

Mark your calendars for Saturday, May 14th–For more information, contact City of Santa Barbara Waterfront at 897-1962, or visit the Waterfront Business Office at 132-A Harbor Way, Santa Barbara, CA 93109 (above West Marine).

-Brian Slagle 

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Will high water bill make you lose controller?

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SANTA BARBARA, CA – MAY 3, 2011 –   As more Californians become aware of the need to conserve water as a matter of lifestyle, more will become aware of the need to monitor their sprinkler system, the number one source of residential water use.  With the right sprinkler timer, however, the monitoring can be less time-consuming and more efficient.

As of Jan. 1, the state’s new Green Building Code requires that new buildings with an irrigation system have so-called smart irrigation controllers, which automatically adjust sprinkler times based on the weather. It’s nothing new in the City of Santa Barbara, which revised the City Landscape Design Standards in 2008, requiring smart irrigation controllers for landscapes that undergo the city’s design review process.

Smart irrigation controllers are also referred to as ET controllers, weather-based irrigation controllers, smart sprinkler controllers, and water smart irrigation controllers.  They are the new generation of irrigation timers that utilize prevailing weather conditions, current and historic rates of evaporation and plant transpiration, and other relevant factors to adapt the watering schedule to meet the plant’s actual water needs.

City residents, who want to lose their old irrigation controller, or timer, can get help with the cost of upgrading to a smart irrigation controller.  The Smart Landscape Rebate Program offers rebates on 50 percent of the cost of water-wise plants, irrigation equipment, smart irrigation controllers and mulch.  City of Santa Barbara water customers are eligible for up to $1,000 for single family homes and up to $4,000 for businesses and HOAs.

The irrigation controller is important, but only one piece of the puzzle.  Even the best, most water efficient irrigation controller cannot make up for irrigation systems that are lacking proper maintenance and repairs.  To schedule a free evaluation of your irrigation system and take part in the rebate, call 805 564-5460.  More information is available atwww.savewatersb.org.


-Alison W. Jordan, City of Santa Barbara, Water Conservation Coordinator

 

 

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This Friday: 1st 'Plan Santa Barbara' Meeting

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SANTA BARBARA - This Friday, there will be the first of several Council Plan Santa Barbara Ad Hoc Subcommittee meetings.

Date:   April 22, 2011
Time:  1:30-4:00 p.m.
Place: David Gebhard Public Meeting Room, 630 Garden Street

The meeting will be televised live on CityTV Channel 18.  A live broadcast can also be seen via personal computer by going to www.santabarbaraca.gov/Government/Video and then clicking City TV-18 Live Broadcast.


General Info:  
March - May, 2011, Council Ad Hoc Subcommittee Meetings

The PlanSB Council Ad Hoc Subcommittee will be holding five work sessions on alternate Friday afternoons beginning on March 11 through May 6, 2011, from 1:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the David Gebhard Public Meeting Room at 630 Garden Street. 

If you have questions, comments or concerns, contact: Info@YouPlanSB.org or call the Plan Santa Barbara phone line at (805) 897-2509.

 


from Gabriela P. Feliciano on behalf of the PlanSB Team, 
Historic Landmarks Commission/EPV Sign Proposals/Plan Santa Barbara, Commission Secretary

 

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Santa Barbara's Recommended Budget Available to Public

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The City of Santa Barbara released its Proposed Two-Year Financial Plan for Fiscal Years 2012 and 2013, including the recommended operating and capital budget for Fiscal Year 2012.  The budget includes a total operating budget of $253.8 million and a capital budget totaling $33.7 million. 

The City originally estimated a $2.7 million deficit in the upcoming fiscal year beginning July 1, 2011.  The Recommended Fiscal Year 2012 Budget has been balanced through the following measures:

1. elimination of employee positions through attrition;

2. projected wage and benefit concessions for non-safety employees; and

3. one-time savings resulting from fewer workplace injuries, the elimination of the residential Utility Undergrounding Program, and funds no longer needed for underground fuel tank remediation. 

The City is currently negotiating with labor associations to lower salary and benefit costs for general and supervisory employees.  The recommended budget includes a projected $1.84 million in cost savings from non-safety employee groups.  If these concessions are not achieved, further budgetary adjustments will be necessary.  These concessions would add to the $1.1 million in annual savings realized from three-year agreements with police and fire unions. 

The recommended budget eliminates ten employee positions without employee layoffs, in addition to 70 positions reduced in the past two fiscal years. The proposed budget will bring the City’s total staffing to a level similar to 1999. 

As part of the recommended budget, a three-year pilot program is proposed to expand the City’s Restorative Policing Program to address transient-related issues and concerns in the Downtown and East Beach areas.  With $135,000 in Redevelopment Agency funds, current police efforts will be enhanced with targeted on-street staffing and outreach workers under the direction of the Police Department’s Tactical Patrol Program.  This effort is modeled after a successful City of Santa Monica program. 

Funding has also been restored to the Central and Eastside Libraries to reopen during the two-week holiday period in December.  Capital improvement projects recommended for full or partial funding include the replacement of park playground equipment at Chase Palm Park and Kids World, the City’s aging financial management system, and the police records management system. 

During April and May, each department budget will be presented to Council with an overview of revenues and expenditures for the upcoming year, culminating with Council’s adoption of a budget by June 30, 2011.  The budget document, a schedule of public review meetings, and videos of Council budget discussions are available on the City’s website at:  www.SantaBarbaraCA.gov.  

The budget document is also available at the City Clerk’s Office at 735 Anacapa Street and the Public Library at 40 East Anapamu Street. 

-- 
Nina Johnson, Assistant to the City Administrator

 

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Santa Barbara County Updates Hazard Mitigation Plan

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City of Santa Barbara Residents Asked for Input 

SANTA BARBARA, CA – Is your home or office building susceptible to damage from earthquakes, wildfires, or floods? Do you want to help increase the likelihood that you can recover from disasters and prevent future damage from these and other natural hazards? Your participation can make our communities more resilient.

With a grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the Santa Barbara County Office of Emergency Services is coordinating local efforts to update the County’s Hazard Mitigation Plan. This plan identifies natural hazards throughout Santa Barbara County. The plan includes the City of Santa Barbara and presents an assessment of critical facilities vulnerable to these hazards. The plan lists potential actions needed to reduce risk and future damage.

The City of Santa Barbara welcomes citizen participation to ensure development of a strong mitigation strategy. A public survey has been made available online, in the future drafts of the plan will be posted for review, and ultimately the plan will be presented to the City Council.  The survey can be found at either one of the following websites:  

http://www.santabarbaraca.gov/oes" www.santabarbaraca.gov/oes 

http://www.santabarbaraca.gov/Government/Departments/Fire/

Although the plan enables the County and cities to be eligible for various assistance grants, the plans value really lies in the identification of hazards and helps emergency managers and residents better prepare for disasters. The current hazard mitigation plan is available online at the County OES web site.

Be a part of the solution by filling out the survey. The survey will also give you an opportunity to participate via e-mail. 

-McGlinchey, Yolanda L. 

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City of Santa Barbara and Police Union Reach Labor Agreement

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SANTA BARBARA, CA – 10/28/2010

SANTA BARBARA - CA: The City of Santa Barbara reached a tentative agreement for labor concessions with the Police Officers Association (POA).  The agreement will provide over $945,000 in labor cost savings for this fiscal year that can be attributed to the City’s General Fund.  The agreement has been ratified by members of the POA.   

The agreement with the POA covers 137 police officers (sworn) and 47 non-sworn employees at the Police Department.  The agreement will generate a significant cost savings to the City, amounting to approximately $945,000 in Fiscal Year 2011 and $780,000 in Fiscal Year 2012, equivalent to a 5% and 4% salary reduction in each year, respectively.  The agreement will not significantly increase costs in Fiscal Year 2013.  

Specifically, the Police Officers Association agreed to the following:

 

Sworn Personnel (Police Officers)

Contributing 3.5% toward their PERS retirement benefits through June 2011, 3% until September 2011, and 2.67% through June 2013

Implementing 12 hours of furlough or leave without pay per year in Fiscal Years 2011 and 2012

Forgoing specified uniform allowance payments in Fiscal Years 2011 and 2012

Suspension of vacation and holiday cashouts for Fiscal Years 2011, 2012, and 2013

Salary increases in phases beginning in October 2011, amounting to 4.5% over three years

Increases to the monthly family medical benefit of $50 in 2011, an additional $50 in 2012, and an additional $75 in 2013

Non-Sworn Personnel (Dispatchers, Parking Enforcement Officers, and Other Civilian Staff)

Relinquishing 36 hours of paid holiday time in Fiscal Year 2011 and 12 hours in Fiscal Years 2012 and 2013

Implementing 12 hours of furlough or leave without pay per year in Fiscal Years 2011 and 2012

Forgoing specified uniform allowance payments in Fiscal Years 2011 and 2012

2.5% salary increase in phases beginning in July 2012

The City and POA also agreed to reopen the agreement and resume labor negotiations in Fiscal Year 2013 in the event of a fiscal emergency. 

The police officers joined managers, supervisors, general employees, and firefighters in reducing salaries and benefits to help address the City’s $9 million budget shortfall this year.  As a result of overall labor concessions, the City Council balanced the Fiscal Year 2011 budget and added funding for four police officer positions and one fire captain position, in addition to restoring numerous budget cuts affecting all departments. 

The City and the POA have been in negotiations since January of this year.  It took ten months to reach an agreement, the longest period of any labor group negotiating with the City of Santa Barbara. 

According to Employee Relations Manager Kristy Schmidt, “We’re pleased to have reached an agreement.  We wish it could have been accomplished in a more constructive, solution-oriented manner from the beginning, but it will help the City balance its budget and reduce service impacts to the community.”

City Administrator James Armstrong added, “With labor negotiations nearing an end, I greatly appreciate the help of City employees who voluntarily reduced their salaries and benefits to close a $9 million deficit this year.  Our budget problems are not over. We still face an uncertain economic climate and rising employee retirement costs. This is just the beginning of a long journey for all of us.”


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Santa Barbara Equine Assistance and Evacuation Team, Inc. 2nd Annual Fundraiser BBQ

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Santa Barbara Equine Assistance and Evacuation Team, Inc.
2nd Annual Fundraiser BBQ
October 16, 2010
Santa Barbara Equine Evac invites you to partner with us to support the equine community and individuals in need of our services in times of natural and other types of disasters involving horses and other large animals. Please join us at our 2nd Annual BBQ and Fundraiser on Saturday October 16, 2010 at the Santa Barbara Carriage and Western Art Museum from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. We are expecting an afternoon of fun, friends, good food, demonstrations, and entertainment.
The Santa Barbara Equine Assistance and Evacuation Team, Inc. is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization, which assists all Santa Barbara County emergency responding agencies and large animal owners in the evacuation, temporary care and sheltering of large animals in time of fire, flood, earthquake and other disasters or accidents. Equine Evac also provides education and demonstrations for many local public events, agencies and organizations.
We are asking for your support by pledging a donation to our event. Item(s) donated to the auction will directly benefit the community of Santa Barbara and are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law. Of course we will also gladly accept monetary donations as well. Please visit www.sbequineevac.org and click on upcoming events for complete event details.
Thank you for your consideration to support our organization. We look forward to partnering with you.
Mark Granaroli President, Board of Directors (805) 892‐4484
Your support of our event will allow us to support individuals and animals in time of disaster and other needs, purchase equipment necessary for the rescue, and care of animals, and maintain the high standards of training of our volunteers in Santa Barbara County.
Santa Barbara Equine Assistance and Evacuation Team, Inc.
P.O. Box 60535 ~ Santa Barbara, CA 93160

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