Confidential records detailing police misconduct and use force are on the verge of becoming public in California, but the union representing Ventura’s sheriff's deputies is pushing back. There’s a new executive director at the Santa Barbara Museum of Contemporary Art, and her first exhibit feels like walking through a car wash. And the Goleta Chamber of Commerce wants to freshen up Old Town, but a number of property owners are worried they won’t stop there.
The fight to make Old Town Goleta newer
From this Episode:
Does Old Town Goleta need a facelift?
Old Town Goleta feels like a neighborhood from a previous era, or, as some would call it, Old California. You can still find old-school, family-run shops along Hollister...
13 min, 18 sec
Ventura sheriff's deputies want to keep misconduct records private
A new state law requires police records detailing police misconduct or extreme use of force get released to the public. But it’s been met with legal backlash by sheriff’s...
5 min, 43 sec