Kathi King

Community Environmental Council, Montecito resident

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Montecito resident, director of the non-profit Community Environmental Council.

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It’s been about a month since mudslides destroyed hundreds of homes and killed 21 people in the Santa Barbara area.

Month after mudslides, Santa Barbara gets back on its feet

It’s been about a month since mudslides destroyed hundreds of homes and killed 21 people in the Santa Barbara area.

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Search and rescue operations are still underway in Montecito, where mudslides knocked houses off their foundations and sent boulders crashing through walls.

Montecito resident escapes mudslide by climbing into a tree

Search and rescue operations are still underway in Montecito, where mudslides knocked houses off their foundations and sent boulders crashing through walls.

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