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Summerland, California is located in Santa Barbara County. Zip codes in Summerland, CA include 93067. More Summerland information.

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16 hrs ago | Noozhawk

Montecito Trails Foundation Saddles Up in Celebration of 50th Anniversary

The Montecito Trails Foundation held its annual barbecue and fundraiser on Saturday at the home of Hal and Mary Coffin in Montecito Valley Ranch at the corner of Sheffield Drive and Ortega Hill Road in Montecito. The Montecito Trails Foundation is dedicated to the preservation and maintenance of public trails in Montecito, Summerland and Carpinteria.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

Noozhawk

Bizhawk: Sundance Beach Closing Up Shop to Dive Into Online Sales Market

BizHawk is published weekly, and includes items of interest to the business community. Share your business news, including employee announcements and personnel moves, by emailing news@noozhawk.com.

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Mon Sep 08, 2014

Pacific Business Times

$2.6M deal marks record for Summerland CRE market

The retail and residential building at 2330 Lillie Ave. in Summerland recently sold for more than $2.6 million, marking a record for the small coastal town. The recent sale of a high-profile mixed-use property on Lillie Avenue in Summerland marks the highest price per square foot for a commercial property larger that 2,000 square feet in the coastal town.

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Fri Aug 22, 2014

Noozhawk

Bill Macfadyen: What's In Store at Trader Joe's Was an Unfortunate Surprise

Middle-of-the-night chopper flight, ocean warming, a school sex abuse suit, and a UCSB professor's First Amendment lesson round out NoozWeek's Top 5 A Goleta woman apparently tried to kill herself in a restroom at Trader Joe's , 5767 Calle Real, but she was found by a store employee who called 9-1-1.

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Fri Aug 15, 2014

Examiner.com

Don't burn your wiener at the beach

There are very few beaches that you can take your dog to, and that is because many people don't pick up after their pooches, and that makes for a messy beach.

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