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Santa Barbara, California - Education - Private Schools
... Garden Street Academy, K-12 Laguna Blanca School, K-12 Marymount of Santa Barbara, JK-8 Montessori Center School, K-6 Notre Dame School, K-8 Providence Hall, 7-12 Santa Barbara Middle School, 6-9 St ... Damascus Academy, K-8 Waldorf School of Santa Barbara, K-8 ...
History Of Santa Monica, California - 2000s
... In the wake of numerous civil lawsuits filed against the City of Santa Monica and the company organizing the Farmer's Market, a new policy was adopted ... Santa Monica passed a law in 2003 restricting the distribution of food to homeless people in the city ... During the 2000s, LA Metro has developed plans to return rail transit to Santa Monica, which was gone after the dismantling of the Pacific Electric Railway during the 1960s ...
Santa Maria, California - Economy
... The Santa Maria area is home to an increasing number of vineyards, wineries and winemakers and is centrally located to both the Santa Ynez and Foxen Canyon areas of Santa Barbara County's ... Many cattle ranchers also call the Santa Maria Valley home. 1957 there were 1,775 oil wells in operation in the Santa Maria Valley, producing more than $64 million worth of oil ...
Santa Maria, California - Transportation - Road
... Route 101 runs through the middle of the Santa Maria Valley and is the main expressway connecting many west coast cities ... have been eliminated) within the city of Santa Maria itself ... the freeway from four to six lanes between Santa Maria Way and the Route 135 overcrossing ...

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