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Santa Barbara nonprofit opts to own rather than rent downtown

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Pathpoint, a Santa Barbara-based nonprofit that helps people with disabilities, has purchased the property at 902 Laguna St. and will move all of its South Santa Barbara County operations to the building early next year. The move brings the organization closer to downtown and allows it to combine its employment, community access, and residential services…


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