Tag archives: Cox

Girls Inc. and Cox Communications Partner for 3rd Annual “Operation Holiday Cheer”
By Montecito Journal   |   November 22, 2022

Girls Inc. of Carpinteria is bringing back their wintery gift-giving event, Operation Holiday Cheer. Launched in 2020 and presented by Cox Communications, this program brings gifts and some holiday spirit to local girls and their families that are experiencing economic hardships resulting from the pandemic.  “We are proud to host our 3rd Annual Operation Holiday […]

An Update on the Montecito Wireline Resiliency Backup Power Project
By Kirsten McLaughlin   |   July 5, 2022

Living in Southern California can often feel like a dream. But as many can attest, it can quickly become a nightmare when you live in an area susceptible to natural disaster – even with the most calculated of emergency plans in place. It is critical we can communicate in these situations – to call 9-1-1 […]

Cox in Your Mailbox
By Montecito Journal   |   May 31, 2022

As longtime residents of Montecito, we are writing to share our experience and warn the community to watch out for Cox Communications. Sneaky, inept, and arrogant is an understatement. To date, their egregious mishandling of the proposed installation of a state-mandated gas generator on our property has cost us over $20,000 in both legal and […]

The Great Montecito Copper Water Caper, Continued
By Nick Schou   |   January 28, 2021

Readers of this column are already aware of the bizarre situation unfolding on Montecito’s Middle Road, where the Montecito Water District (MWD) recently informed resident homeowner Trev Broudy of abnormally high copper levels in his drinking water. Subsequent tests showed that a stray electrical current was likely responsible for causing the copper to leach into […]

Watt’s Going On With Trevor Broudy’s Water Supply?
By Nick Schou   |   January 14, 2021

Trevor Broudy could be forgiven for thinking he might just be the unluckiest person in Montecito. The Middle Road homeowner’s troubles began early last year, when Bacall, his beloved golden retriever, began to rapidly and inexplicably lose weight. Aside from taking his pet to various veterinarians, Broudy stopped giving Bacall tap water to drink and […]

Living Local SB Heads to YouTube
By Richard Mineards   |   May 30, 2019

TV hostess Gail Kvistad, whose show Living Local Santa Barbara has been airing on the Cox network for nine years, is going global! Bubbly Gail tells me the show will be airing on YouTube starting next month (June), increasing its viewership massively from 57,000 local subscribers to a hefty international viewership. Benefitting from one of […]