October 2016

Found 2 blog entries for October 2016.

With the big rains that were expected for Santa Barbara last season and didn’t happen the city is preparing to tap into new water sources outside of their usual supply from Lake Cachuma, state water, ground water, local streams and reservoirs, and recycled water.

First on the list is the new Charles E. Meyer Desalination Facility, located to the east of Santa Barbara’s Funk Zone at 525 E. Yanonali Street, which is expected to fill about 30% (3,125 acre-feet per year) of Santa Barbara’s demand for water. The facility was originally targeted to open this month but due to power supply corrections and added environmental safety elements is now scheduled to open in January 2017 at an extra cost of $4 million.

For five other Santa Barbara County water

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The fall season and month of October is a great time to be in Santa Barbara and surrounding communities. Along with plenty of beautiful real estate to look at there are many events, festivals, and some of the best weather of the year to enjoy. Following are several activities taking place. To experience some of the best real estate currently available in the area simply contact John@SearchSantaBarbara.com. Your inquiries and touring requests are appreciated!

Oct. 7 - Teacher’s Fund Golf Tournament & Party (sponsored by Village Properties), Glen Annie Golf Course, 12pm & 5pm

Oct. 7-10 - Celebration of Harvest Festival & Grand Tasting, Tasting Rooms throughout Santa Barbara Wine County & Old Mission Santa Ines in Solvang, 11am & 12pm

Oct. 7-9 -

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