Friday, February 28, 2020     Volume: 20, Issue: 52

Santa Maria Sun / Opinion


It's time for a change of strategy to address Lompoc's deteriorated public safety infrastructure

The City Council and the citizens of Lompoc have clearly stated that public safety is their No. 1 priority. Public safety infrastructure consists of several components: people, communications, facilities, and rolling stock of both police and fire departments. Enough people adequately trained and compensated are needed to deliver police and fire services. Over the last decade, police staffing authorizations have been redu... [ Read More ]

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What's the top issue you'd like to see the candidates in the 3rd District Supervisor race address?

What they're going to do about cannabis in the Santa Ynez Valley?
The lack of parks in northern Santa Barbara County.
Their plans for fossil fuel and renewable energy production.
How they'll improve road safety on the district's major highways.

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