June 10, 2013
Youth Explore Careers in Law Enforcement
Police Youth Explorers  
The Police Youth Explorers Program provides in-depth education in leadership, interpersonal communication, community relations, and career planning for teens ages 14 to 21 who have an interest in law enforcement. There are currently 22 Explorers in the program who have donated more than 350 community service hours. Read More... 
Public Hearing for Proposed Water Bill Changes
City Council will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, June 11 at 2 p.m. to discuss proposed changes to water, wastewater and solid waste rates. Water rate changes reflect results of the 2013 City Water Rate Study and are designed to promote water conservation, maintain revenue stability, and ensure customers pay proportionate costs. A four percent rate increase is being proposed for wastewater rates, consistent with the existing ten-year rate revenue plan. See proposed rate changes... 
Alaska Air Ready To Depart Seasonal Flights to Portland Resume
Nonstop flights to Portland are back this season on Alaska Airlines, continuing through September. Read More...
Volunteer with the Summer Reading Program
Are you interested in helping kids and teens facilitate a lifelong love of reading? The Library seeks energetic volunteers to help with all aspects of the Summer Reading Program. A volunteer training session will be held on Tuesday, June 11 at the Central Library. Read More...
Bike Event Promotes Eastside Safety
Eastside Rides The City has been working with Eastside residents to address pedestrian and traffic safety issues. The recent Eastside Rides event, co-sponsored with Santa Barbara Bicycle Coalition, COAST, and Traffic Solutions, featured a bilingual presentation on bicycle skills, helmet fittings, bicycle parking lot drills, and a neighborhood ride. Future events are being planned for the Eastside and other City neighborhoods.
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