Tag archives: Beth Sullivan

Montecito Association April Board Meeting
By Joanne A Calitri   |   April 23, 2024

The Montecito Association held its monthly Board meeting April 9 in person at the Montecito Library.  Public Comments for Items Not on the Agenda: Peter Daily presented his issues of private roads flooding following rain events. He asked the MA to get drainage and curbs installed with the Roads Department, and to resolve uninsured properties […]

Montecito’s Top 10 Stories of 2023
By Kelly Mahan Herrick   |   January 2, 2024

The year 2023 was busy for the small enclave of Montecito, with many important and exciting events, milestones, and progressions. We’ve narrowed down the top 10 stories in the pages of Montecito Journal this year, from weather impacts to business happenings, retirements and promotions, proposed projects, and more.  #10: Welcoming a New Fire Chief  In […]

Coast Village Association Seats New Board
By Kelly Mahan Herrick   |   November 28, 2023

The Annual Meeting for the Coast Village Improvement Association met last week at the Montecito Inn. The meeting’s purpose was the presentation of the 2024 slate to vote in the Board of Directors and to update the accomplishments and goals of the Interim Board and Executive Director.  The Interim Board of Directors voted unanimously to […]

Save the Date for Coast Village Week
By Kelly Mahan Herrick   |   November 7, 2023

Sunday, November 12, through Saturday, November 18, marks the Coast Village Association’s inaugural “Coast Village Week” – an unprecedented weeklong celebration showcasing the very best of what Coast Village has to offer.  Residents and visitors alike are invited to experience the vibrant array of boutiques, restaurants, fine art galleries, specialty markets, and salons – all […]

Coast Village Improvement Association Meet & Greet
By Kelly Mahan Herrick   |   May 30, 2023

Coast Village Improvement Association (formerly the Coast Village Association) held a Meet & Greet at Local Montecito earlier this month, to kick off the new Association’s Interim Board and meet the property owners, merchants, and residents in the Coast Village District. More than 40 people gathered for nibbles and drinks to mingle with their neighbors.  […]