A new form of political partnership is emerging that bodes well for the future of business in the region.
Speaking of cars (see accompanying editorial), there are entirely too many of them traveling Highway 101 between Santa Barbara and Ventura every morning and evening. Estimates have put the number of daily commuters as high as 20,000, and the hours they spend stuck in traffic are a significant drain on the region’s economy and quality Read More →
At Santa Barbara Municipal Airport these days, construction crews are making progress on a $60 million expansion. When it opens next spring, the airport will get a new, two-story terminal, waiting areas that actually have bathrooms and five gates served by jetways. Thirteen hundred miles away in Dallas, the nation’s most profitable airline is also in Read More →