Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Update on Xana'yan- Chumash Village site facing possible development

Update on Xana'yan- Chumash Village site facing possible development

Aim Santa BarbaraMay 11, 2010 at 1:59pm
5 minutes! thats all it takes to type a little something something to help save something priceless- your time is valuable, and this is a worthy valuable reason to spend ONLY 5 minutes (or more) doing something worthwhile

Update on Xana’yan- Chumash Village @ the Santa Barbara Botanical Gardens site:

“The site is constrained with a Chumash village site and a 23 acre historical Landmark, each of which are substantially impacted by the project. Chumash lands should be respected and protected, not be built over with houses and a road.”

• The next hearing will be all day on May 18. The Supervisors have made arrangements to finish on June 1 if they can not finish on May 18.
• If you had put in a speaker slip for May 4 and did not speak you will be called first thing in the AM of May 18.

For more info-

Please plan to attend the May 18 Hearing at the Board of Supervisors. This item will probably start around 10AM.

The Supervisors appreciate your calls and emails. Let them know you support the “Chumash village site and …Chumash lands should be respected and protected, not be built over with houses and a road.”

Clerk of the Board of Supervisors: sbcob@co.http://www.facebook.com/l/34d8b;santa-barbara.ca.us

(goes to all Supervisors)
1st district: Salud Carbajal: scarbaja@co.http://www.facebook.com/l/34d8b;santa-barbara.ca.us

2nd district: Janet Wolf: jwolf@sbcbos2.org

3rd district: Doreen Farr: dfarr@countyofsb.org

4th district: Joni Gray: jgray@co.http://www.facebook.com/l/34d8b;santa-barbara.ca.us

5th district: Joe Centeno: jcenteno@co.http://www.facebook.com/l/34d8b;santa-barbara.ca.us

Please continue to write letters to the editor. Have your friends, family and colleagues write. Write a group letter. 250 words.
>> News Press: voices@ http://www.facebook.com/l/34d8b;newspress.com
>> The Independent: letters@independent.com
>> Daily Sound: letters@thedailysound.com
>> UCSB: opinion@dailynexus.com
>> Edhat: ed@edhat.com
>> Noozhawk: e-bulletin@noozhawk.com

AND, please put May 18 on your calendar - board hearing room on the fourth floor of the County Administration Building, 105 E. Anapamu St. in Santa Barbara.

For more info watch this episode of AIM TV on Youtube!

Join Ms. Roberta Weighill of the Chumash Nation interview Ms. Paulina Conn from the Committee to Save the Santa Barbara Botanical Gardens. The Botanical Gardens is where a Chumash Village site known as Xana’yan is located. The Santa Barbara Planning Commission approved over 25,000 square feet of new buildings at the Botanical Gardens. This would mean development directly on the village site. This site is very well known to have human remains.

show in 3 parts

part 1

part 2

part 3

Drill baby drill, became Spill baby spill, then burn baby burn became, kill baby kill as all the sea life and the economy of the gulf dies.

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