CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 12, 1990 |
Cutbacks in the supply of state water to the major cities of eastern Ventura County--including Thousand Oaks and Simi Valley--may be considered as early as next month because of the state's continuing drought, according to a regional water official.
March 16, 1991 |
With its back to the wall and the fate of a $52-million agricultural industry at stake, the Goleta Water District selected a company Friday to ship Canadian water to this thirsty Santa Barbara County coastal community by supertanker, the first time such a drastic action has been taken in the United States. But contract negotiations with the firm that was chosen and a complicated permit process still stand between Goleta and the costly water from British Columbia.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 2, 1991 |
A Calabasas businessman Wednesday asked water officials in western Ventura County to reconsider importing water from Canada by tanker over a proposal to build a desalination plant in Ventura or Oxnard. Robert C. Byrd, president of Imodco Inc., said his company could bring in tankers of water from southern British Columbia for less than the cost of desalination, which is one of seven options under consideration to meet the western county's water quality and supply needs through 2010.
November 10, 1988
Carpenteria City Council (2 Elected) Ernest Wullbrandt, i. 3,080 Mark King, i. 2,517 Brad Stein 2,453 Guadalupe City Treasurer Anna Marie Michaud 418 Leonard K. Heil 324 City Council (3 Elected) Jim Z. Arriola 403 Frank T. Almaguer 326 Herb Sanchez 324 Kenneth Rosene 279 Ralph L. Martin 232 John Sabedra 202 Arnell Baker 180 Robert Ambrosetti 165 Joe Piliero 99 Lompoc Mayor Marvin Loney, i. 5,458 Karl Braun 5,103 City Council (2 Elected) Ed Diaz 6,168 Christa B.
November 6, 1986 |
SANTA BARBARA COUNTY Supervisor District 2 Tom Rogers 14,087 Michael Stoker, i. 9,823 Guadalupe City Council (2 Elected) Renaldo Pili 252 Gloria L. Parlanti 219 Johnny C. Sherrell 205 Virginia Mora Brady 183 Ann H. Cameron 96 Mary McCormick, i. 61 Lompoc Mayor Marvin Loney 3,721 George Bedford 3,716 City Council (2 Elected) E.C. Stevens 4,140 Jim Smith 3,802 Barbara McAhren 2,349 Marilyn Ledford 1,946 Adolphus Ward 1,215 William Blackford 956 Santa Maria Mayor George S. Hobbs, i.