Tag archives: sycamore tree

Letters to the Editor
By Montecito Journal   |   October 24, 2019

Twisting The Truth Mr. Buckley’s response to Glenn Griffith’s letter in the June 6-13 Journal, is yet another example of twisting the facts to suit one editor’s politics. Robert Mueller’s report did not indict the president, nor did it exonerate him. Rather, the report lays out a roadmap of Mr. Trump’s activities for Congress to […]

Destructive Beetles Infest Montecito Trees
By Kelly Mahan Herrick   |   October 3, 2019

Montecito arborist Duke McPherson says there is a “silent killer” among us, and it has the potential to take out hundreds of native trees in Montecito in the coming years, drastically changing the look of our community. Called the Shot Hole Borer, the tiny beetle, no larger than a sesame seed, bores itself deep into […]

Recycled Water Warning
By Montecito Journal   |   July 12, 2018

I think that there is a need to discuss some examples of where, within government, there may be serious potential problems caused by disjunctive incremental functions. The current trend of moving rapidly toward augmenting aquifers with recycled water may be fraught with public health issues, as stated by the state’s expert scientific panel. The move […]