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Citizens' Oversight Committee Formed

July 9, 2018 

On June 26, the City Council appointed the seven-member Citizens’ Oversight Committee. The Committee includes members from the business and hospitality communities. The purpose of the Committee is to review status reports regarding Measure C revenues received and projects funded, as well as the Annual Accountability Report at the end of each fiscal year. The Committee will report its findings to City Council and the community.

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Fiscal Year 2018 Pavement Maintenance Project Begins

July 9, 2018 

Measure C funds are contributing to a significant City pavement maintenance project beginning in July. The Fiscal Year 2018 Pavement Grind and Overlay Project consists primarily of grinding off deteriorated asphalt pavement and overlaying with new asphalt on several high-priority streets throughout the City.

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City Crew Road Repairs Update

July 9, 2018 

When Measure C funding became available on April 1, 2018, the City immediately began critical street and road repairs. In April, City Streets crews repaved Gibraltar Road north of El Cielito Road and replaced old storm drain culverts, with all work completed in time for the Amgen Tour of California. City Streets crews also made much-needed repairs on Anacapa Street between Anapamu and Carrillo Streets to address areas of failing pavement. The repairs have provided a smoother ride for both vehicles and bicyclists on one of the City’s most heavily traveled downtown streets. In June, City Streets crews also began work on Anapamu Street near Santa Barbara High School, working closely with the City Arborist to make road repairs while preserving the historic Italian Stone Pine trees in the area.


Last Updated: May 24, 2018
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