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Santa Ynez Valley

October 5, 2012

Your next getaway is just two hours up the coast from Los Angeles in the Santa Ynez Valley, the heart of Santa Barbara County's wine country. Make plans to visit the Santa Ynez Valley communities of Ballard, Buellton, Los Alamos, Los Olivos, Santa Ynez and Solvang now when winter daytime highs are in the 60s and 70s and plenty of sunshine beckons you outdoors to go golfing, hiking and cycling. Amid thousands of twinkling lights and holiday trees, during the month of December experience Solvang's Julefest (winter festival)

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Letters: Don't spoil the Santa Ynez Valley

December 19, 2013

Re "Tribal plan roils Santa Ynez Valley," Dec. 16 The Santa fake ring bvlgari Ynez Valley, where I live, has retained its rural ambience with carefully crafted zoning laws. Community members who have participated in the planning process labored over plans that stated the community's preference for how development should proceed. A key element of these community documents included a desire to keep as much agriculturally zoned land as possible outside the valley's five population centers. The 1,400 acre Camp 4 property purchased by the Chumash is currently zoned to allow for parcels no smaller than 100 acres.

A tribe is preparing to invest more than $100 million in an expansion and upgrade of its Vegas style casino in the Santa fake bvlgari bzero bracelet Ynez Valley, tripling the size of its hotel and opening the door to negotiations that could lead to a greater footprint in California's $7 billion Indian gambling industry. But word of the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians' expansion plan has ratcheted up tension and distrust between the Native Americans and some of their bvlgari b zero1 ring white gold imitation neighbors in Santa Barbara County. "It's huge a huge expansion," said Robert F. Field, a local resident.

Chumash development plan roils Santa Ynez Valley

December 15, 2013 By Scott Gold

SANTA YNEZ, Calif. The Chumash Indians, first seen by explorers along the California coast in the fall of 1542, did not have running water on their tiny, sickle shaped reservation until the 1960s. Over time, the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians clawed its way to sustainability, and more. The tribe harnessed Depression era laws of self governance, state and federal gambling initiatives. A casino opened in 2003. Healthcare is paid for. Cold Spring Tavern, near the top of San Marcos Pass (Highway 154) between Santa Barbara and Solvang, and Mattei's Tavern, in Los Olivos at the north end of the valley, date to the 1880s and are chock full of historic collectibles and nostalgia from the stagecoach era.

April 3, 2011 By Arnie Cooper, Special to the Los Angeles Times

My first reaction to this assignment was (to sanitize the expression) "Drat! What have I gotten myself into?" Biking is my main outdoors activity, but grinding 13 miles straight up a mountain? I'm really just a mountain bike dabbler. I can't dazzle you with tales of handlebar flips or skin shredding tumbles off rocky drop offs. Yet I've long been drawn to the chaparral, mesmerized by its strange mix of rattlers and butterflies, scratchy branches and lacy wildflowers. Nothing captures this better than the ride to Little Pine Mountain, which local trail expert Ray Ford describes as "the premier ride in the Santa Ynez Valley.

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