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Santa Barbara News-Press

715 Anacapa Street

Santa Barbara, California 93101

United States

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The Phoenix of Santa Barbara was founded as a non-profit corporation in 1972 by a group of individuals wanting to improve social and mental health services in Santa Barbara. These founders included the Reverend Kevin Snow, Carol Doane, Ada Schick Wing, an ... more

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Classical Ballet Dancer

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Election 2005

www.sbnp.com [cached]

Mrs. Channing also is a classical ballet dancer.

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In the past couple of months, Mrs. Channing has made several appearances at City Hall, speaking out against overdevelopment in the Las Positas valley and on upper State Street.She has refined her platform and style in recent months.When she announced her campaign underneath Santa Barbara's historic fig tree next to the train station, she was noticeably cautious and guarded, pausing between words.
But as the election gets closer, she appears to be more comfortable speaking publicly, focusing her campaign on neighborhood preservation, the environment and social issues.
She supports a "living wage" ordinance.She also believes that Santa Barbara can handle more affordable and work force housing, but that it should be strategically placed.
"I see an opportunity for housing in the downtown corridor, but I also believe in preserving open space," Mrs. Channing said."I am trying to find a balance between inevitable growth and keeping neighborhoods livable."
She said she knows firsthand what can go wrong in a community because of the overdevelopment she saw while living in Orange County, before she came to Santa Barbara 20 years ago.
Environmentalists in the past have fought to make Santa Barbara a slow-growth community, and she would like to continue that tradition.
"I know I was lucky to come to Santa Barbara because of the environmental work that has been done by others in the past, and we have a responsibility to turn it over to the next generation," the candidate said.
Although Mrs. Channing has lost out on many of the endorsements from traditional Democratic groups, she has received support from individuals who believe she can be effective.
Councilman Das Williams endorsed her last December, and the two have similar platforms and election strategies.Mrs. Channing also has the support of Santa Barbara Mayor Marty Blum.
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Mr. Williams has even been walking door-to-door in an effort to get Mrs. Channing into office.


City Council candidate proud of outsider status

news.newspress.com [cached]

Mrs. Channing also is a classical ballet dancer.

"It frees the mind," she said of ballet."I think you dance to lose yourself.Some people take an expensive vacation -- I have a good ballet class and I feel cleansed."
These days, she has little time for dance.
In the past couple of months, Mrs. Channing has made several appearances at City Hall, speaking out against overdevelopment in the Las Positas valley and on upper State Street.
She has refined her platform and style in recent months.When she announced her campaign underneath Santa Barbara's historic fig tree next to the train station, she was noticeably cautious and guarded, pausing between words.
But as the election gets closer, she appears to be more comfortable speaking publicly, focusing her campaign on neighborhood preservation, the environment and social issues.
She supports a "living wage" ordinance.She also believes that Santa Barbara can handle more affordable and work force housing, but that it should be strategically placed.
"I see an opportunity for housing in the downtown corridor, but I also believe in preserving open space," Mrs. Channing said."I am trying to find a balance between inevitable growth and keeping neighborhoods livable."
She said she knows firsthand what can go wrong in a community because of the overdevelopment she saw while living in Orange County, before she came to Santa Barbara 20 years ago.Environmentalists in the past have fought to make Santa Barbara a slow-growth community, and she would like to continue that tradition.
"I know I was lucky to come to Santa Barbara because of the environmental work that has been done by others in the past, and we have a responsibility to turn it over to the next generation," the candidate said.
Although Mrs. Channing has lost out on many of the endorsements from traditional Democratic groups, she has received support from individuals who believe she can be effective.
Councilman Das Williams endorsed her last December, and the two have similar platforms and election strategies.Mrs. Channing also has the support of Santa Barbara Mayor Marty Blum.
...
Mr. Williams has even been walking door-to-door in an effort to get Mrs. Channing into office.

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