The Trapeze School Is Moving Downtown

The Santa Barbara Trapeze Co. is moving from the Earl Warren Showgrounds to Plaza de Vera Cruz, the park across E. Cota Street from the Saturday farmers’ market, reports Noozhawk. “The city plans to evaluate the success of the program at the end of December 2021, and possibly expand it to other city park locations.” Making people pay to use over 5,000 square feet of public park seems questionable, and that goes double in a part of town where houses are small and there’s not much open space. Or are parks just land for the city to rent out?

••• From a Santa Barbara Police Department press release on Edhat: “Chief Melekian is releasing the report of an Independent Investigation conducted by the Sintra Group in response to the allegations raised by an article published by LA Magazine on March 12 [….] Investigators Chuck Hookstra and Robert Velasquez concluded that Mr. Wagner did not have a conflict of interest with Golden State Greens nor did Golden State Greens receive any preferential treatment as they initially finished fourth in the application process. Only the top three applicants received a license to operate a dispensary in...


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