Off-Leash Public Affairs SCHEDULE

Take Your Leash Off !!
OLPA replays at irregular times on cable TV, Channel 17, The Santa Barbara Channels. Enter search word LEASH at their Schedule of video replays.

Our show is in hiatus!
David and Cathy (especially her) have been a bit busy since 2011 with the ultimate in local public affairs....
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20 January 2006

ideas for show episodes and topics

No particular order of priority, and certainly not a complete list:
  • Goleta Slough projects
  • the F-word: FEMINISM
  • Santa Ynez River issues, local water etc.
  • water supply and conservation
  • Vets for Peace, profiles and programs
  • elected officials and their pet projects
  • candidates for election
  • Walking With The Incumbents
  • Coastal Housing Partnership, March seminars
  • Special Districts, what and why
  • retail neighborhood law enforcement for shopping carts strewn about, how and why, who pays, sidewalk blockers, encroaching hedges, tagging, real estate signs, etc.
  • Sycamore Creek flooding per PUEBLO, CalTrans delayed
  • SRF conference presentations from late Feb.2006
  • LNG (liquid natural gas) proposals in Ventura County, Santa Barbara nexi
  • Ormond Beach project, nexi to South Coast
  • Santa Cruz Island management, TNC and friends
  • Ventura River history by Jenkin
  • Ventura River projects, Matilija Dam
  • Channels TV, what and why
  • neighborhood group profiles
  • traffic calming, roundabouts, and neighbor opinions
  • "alternative" transportation profiles
  • Citizens Police Academy
  • What to learn from Buenaventura City
  • what to learn from Ventura County
  • street sweeping zones, results, finances
  • dog park management
  • San Marcos Foothills
  • Heal The Ocean projects
  • ChannelKeeper projects (existing 5-min. vid on kelp)
  • local neighborhood group profiles
  • CAUSE vs. "Friends of the Boy Scouts", County policy issues late 2001
  • freeway funding and lane filling
  • guest pundits who are not candidates
  • Walk Santa Barbara, by Cheri Rae
  • steelhead component for Los Marineros program SBMNH
  • CEC watershed programs, project complexities
  • local schools funding and tiers
  • SB Museum of Art, migrant workers exhibit 22Apr.-06Aug.
  • CBER at UCSB, campus projects, seminars
  • Fossil Free by '33