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This week, Santa Barbara City Council selected a 32-year-old real estate finance attorney to fill the seat left vacant by Gregg Hart, who was elected to the County Board of…

“This city shaped me,” says Santa Barbara’s newest council member

This week, Santa Barbara City Council selected a 32-year-old real estate finance attorney to fill the seat left vacant by Gregg Hart, who was elected to the County Board of…

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