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Daily Edhat - 09/27/12
updated: Sep 27, 2012, 6:01 AM

ARCHIVED NEWSLETTER – 09/27/11
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Today's Weather - Mostly cloudy in the morning, then partly cloudy. Fog early. High of 77F. Winds from the South at 5 to 10 mph.

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September 27 - Slough Living

The Aquaholic shares her recent catch of wildlife hanging out in our local estuary. The Goleta Slough is home to a variety of creatures and critters who are looking for food and shelter. The only difference between them and us, they make for better photographs.

In the news: The Santa Barbara City Council decided not to remove any of the five Architectural Board members, the San Marcos High School Royals did another flash mob, and Roger reports of a dead body off of West Camino Cielo Road. Read these stories and more, below.

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Here is the Daily Edhat newsletter for 09/26/12

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A subscriber took a few photos of an unidentified flying object being towed through the Milpas roundabout. [pics]

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1144: dead body. 5600 block of West Camino Cielo, Los Padres National Forest. Fire, Medics, SBSO on scene.

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A subscriber depicts a scary incident that recently happened on the 154 pass.

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A subscriber found an interesting bug on her front door. Does anyone know their proper name? [pic]

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A hiker is in distress at the end of Tunnel Trail, hiking to Cathedral Peak. Engine 15 and Copter 308 are responding.

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I'm taking the plunge and getting a Chevy Volt. I would like to put a 240-volt vehicle charging station in my garage. Electrical Design needed? County Permit needed? Who can do this at a reasonable price?

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A subscriber captured a giant moth in a chicken coop. Does anyone know what type of moth this is? [pics]

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Here's a bit of interesting spy trivia from Dan Seibert.[pic]

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Gas leak in a home on Whitney Court, possibly the 5100 block. Full Fire response..

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Does anybody remember the old sign on 101 adjacent to Carpinteria that said "World's Safest Beach?" Whatever happened to the sign and when was it taken down ?

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A possible suicide attempt, or a 245 assault with a bottle at Pershing Park, 100 Block of Castillo.

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There's a big impromptu construction project at the bottom of Carrillo Hill at Cliff Drive. Does anyone know what's going on?

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The Land Trust for Santa Barbara County has released a statement regarding Hot Springs Canyon mineral water.

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The Department of Public Health is advising consumers not to eat specific seafoods taken from the northern Channel Islands located offshore of Ventura and Santa Barbara counties.

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A reader has a complaint about Harrison and Son Trash Co, in Carpinteria.

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The replacement referee who made a controversial call during the Green Bay and Seattle NFL game is from Santa Maria.

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Roger has the Scanner Reports. I knew what was going to happen all along.

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A subscriber shares a collection of vintage photos and postcards. [pics]

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I have gophers that are destroying my lawn. Does anyone have any tips on how to get rid of these pesky unwelcomed residents?

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Four hikers have safely made it out of the Tunnel Trail Creek Bed Tuesday night, according to Santa Barbara County Search and Rescue officials

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207pc- an attempted kidnap of a 9-year-old girl in North County, around 12:30. A white adult male is the suspect.

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A Tonic nightclub employee will be a key witness in an alleged sexual battery that took place at the club.

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In a continuing effort to have positive school spirit and good sportsmanship at athletic events, the San Marcos High School Royals did another flash mob during the Girls Volleyball game. [vid]

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A subscriber discusses the pink slips and funding for SBCC Adult Ed classes.

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In a 4 to 3 vote, the Santa Barbara City Council decided not to remove any of the five Architectural Board members, following their recent decision to abstain from voting on a Chick-Fil-A Project.

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A subscriber shares photos of the Refugio Beach photo panels that display local wildlife. [pics]

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The Aquaholic posts her version of the photo safari trip to the Goleta Slough. [pics]

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Injury traffic accident at De La Guerra and Santa Barbara Street, reporting a vehicle vs. Vespa.

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I have a nonfunctional, old Mantis rototiller. What is the best way to dispose of it?

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A subscriber saw a few interesting weeds/wildflowers on a hike this morning. Can anyone identify them?

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There is a gas leak inside a residence on the 800 block of Via Miguel in Goleta. Full fire is responding.

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California Fish and Game commissioners made their feelings crystal clear this week about controversial plans to conduct seismic testing in the waters around Avila Beach's Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant.

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Use this thread to share any info about today's commute. Slow? Fast? Accidents? Cool links you use to navigate the morning drive?

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---- Events Today ------------------------------------

Free Screening of Nuclear Savage - Free screening of award-winning political and cultural documentary "Nuclear Savage" about the effects of U.S. nuclear testing in the Marshall Islands.

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Online Auction for New Directions - Help us raise money for scholarships for people with developmental disabilities to have the vacation of their dreams! (Saturday, September 29, 2012)

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Planned Parenthood Book Sale - Largest used book sale in the Tri-Counties. Thursday, September 20 - Sunday, September 30 at the Earl Warren Showgrounds, Santa Barbara For more info call (805) 722-1522 or e-mail development@ppsbvslo.org. (Sunday, September 30, 2012)

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FREE TICKETS

Sea Shell Association 2012 Wine Tasting - The Santa Barbara Sea Shell Association would like to invite you to join us for our 30th Annual Wine Tasting and Yacht Tours fundraising event. The event will feature local California wines, hors d'oeuvres, desserts and a silent auction. Guests will enjoy a beautiful sunset in Santa Barbara event among the finest racing and cruising yachts. (Saturday, October 6, 2012)

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