Santa Barbara County Taxpayers Association

                                                                                                        
Promoting lower taxes since 1956

 
 


SANTA BARBARA COUNTY TAXPAYERS ASSOCIATION’S

59TH Annual Meeting & Luncheon

               “A Roast of Andy Caldwell
  
When: Thursday, May 14th, 12-noon
 Where: Root 246 in Solvang
Cost: $50 per-person (includes tri-tip lunch)
or $500 for Tables of 10

 


Friends,

Set your calendars and RSVP TODAY (805-990-2494) today for a special and fun event. The Santa Barbara County Taxpayers Association is hosting its 59th Annual Meeting featuring a Roast of COLAB’s executive director, Andy Caldwell.


Event Roasters: 

County Sheriff Bill Brown
Former County Counsel Shane Stark

Former County CEO Michael Brown
Former Guadalupe Mayor Frances Romero 
  Former Carpinteria City Councilman Joe Armendariz
(Roast master)

Lunch will include a tri-tip sandwich, etc. (vegetarian alternative available) and molten chocolate cake for dessert. Cost to attend is $50. A table for ten is $500, so get your friends together and reserve a table today.

See you there!

 

SANTA BARBARA COUNTY TAXPAYERS ASSOCIATION’S EVENT COMMITTEE



RSVP Name
WHY WE SUPPORT MEASURES A & B
 
“The Santa Barbara County Taxpayers Association understands how important it is to our community and our economic future to provide our students, teachers, and schools the support they need to be successful.  Today's students are tomorrow's workforce, tomorrow's laboratories of innovation are made more possible by fully funding classrooms today.

 

While we are grappling with State finances and righting our fiscal ship, we owe it to our children to continue providing them with the tools they need to be competitive in a 21st century global economy.

 

That’s why we enthusiastically support voting Yes on Measures A and B!”

 
In the past ten years, SBCTA has supported over $200,000,000 in local school bonds throughout the county, including for Santa Barbara City College, and Alan Hancock College. SBCTA has also led the fight against some school bond measures when the board determined that was in the best interest of local taxpayers.
 
After reviewing the two measures (A2012 & B2012), and with valuable insight from past president, and former school board member Lanny Ebenstein, the overwhelming majority of SBCTA's board members voted to support Measure A2012 and Measure B2012.