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UVP Funding Approved; Construction to be Completed in 2013
An overview of the UVP Corridor Plan. The orange section is slated to begin
construction by the end of summer.
It has been nearly fifteen years begin work on Union Valley Parkway
since County Public Works, the and the Highway 101/Union Valley
Santa Barbara County Association of Parkway interchange that had been
Governments, Caltrans, and the City planned for since the 1960’s.
of Santa Maria all came together to
O n A p r i l 2 7 t h o f t h i s ye a r,
Fourth District Supervisor Joni
Gray announced that the 101/UVP
interchange received the go-ahead
from the California Transportation
Commission who approved the
SBCAG’s request for $6.1 million
in state Proposition 1B funds to be
allocated to the project.
After Proposition 1B, Highway
Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality
and Port Security Bond Act of 2006
was approved by California voters, the
SBCAG Board got down to business
on plans to connect Union Valley
Parkway with Hwy 101 and create a
The Proposition 1B state funds will
be matched by $6.1 million in local
Measure A tax funds.
“Measure A has proven to be a wise
investment,” says Jim Kemp, SBCAG
Executive Director, of the ½ cent
sales tax for County transportation
authorized by voters in 2008, “These
local funds were critical.”
According to Supervisor Gray,
Caltrans can now advertise for
construction bids with a contract
expected to be awarded in August and
construction beginning by the end of
As part of the 101/UVP interchange
project, a new bridge will be
constructed over Highway 101 with
on and off ramps connecting Union
Valley Parkway to the southbound
and northbound freeway. The new
interchange will provide a direct
connection to the Santa Maria Airport
Business Park, provide a new access to
a critical east-west arterial in Orcutt,
and planners hope it will improve
“I want to thank everyone involved
for keeping this project a top priority
and for working together to bring it
to this point,” says Gray, “The positive
vote from CTC means this project is
now a reality.”
Union Valley Parkway Phase 3 is
expected to be completed in 2013.
Rebecca Ross Klosinski reporting
Mesa Verde Building to be Completed by New Developer
Inland Pacific Builders (IBP), a
California-based builder, developer and
property management company, recently
purchased the incomplete Mesa Verde
housing tract located off Clark Avenue
near Stillwell Road with plans to complete
the project originally started by the Larwin
IBP has obtained permits to begin
building the remaining four homes from
the previous builder’s plans that were
left unfinished and intend to erect thirty
homes in all, with the remaining 26 to be
single-story, 1900-2600 square foot homes
with three car garages.
“This work will be carefully paced with
a focus on quality,” says the company,
“Inland Pacific Builders, Inc. is very
proud of our reputation to work hand in
hand with the local government agencies,
neighbors, and professional to execute and
finalize an excellent product.”
In addition to offering open spaces,
streetscaping, and a laundry list of home
amenities, Inland Pacific Builders explained
in a letter to current homeowners in the
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to “develop a program which will
focus on current trends and aim to
benefit the neighborhood values.”
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Local Event Raises Orcutt Schools Earn
Funds for Chinese Donations in Fresh & Easy’s
Shop for Schools Program
Threshold Ministries held a fundraising
event at the Orcutt Presbyterian Church
on April 28. Threshold Ministries is a
non-profit organization dedicated to
helping children in China, and is one
of the few groups licensed as a nonprofit, non-government organization in
China. For the past thirteen years it has
been involved in building an orphanage
in Linjiang, China. The orphanage
houses 33 children. The Ministry also
sponsors 212 children who live in
mountain villages nearby. During the
13 years it has been in operation, 80
of the children have graduated from
a Chinese university and 14 from
The event featured an evening of fine
dining and a concert, as well as a live
auction and silent auction. Rockit
Foods provided the food and services
as a donation. Chef Rob, the Executive
Chef and co-owner, along with his wife
Stefani, are graduates of Righetti High
School. Carl "Sonny" Leyland, a pianist
who was inducted into the Boogie
Woogie Hall of Fame in 2010, and has
played numerous times in the Paris Jazz
Festival, provided the evening's music.
All of the profits from the evening’s
events goes toward helping the children
in China. For further information,
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Orcutt earned more than $10,000
through its fourth-annual Shop for
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for the fall 2012 Shop for Schools
program. Schools can sign up at www.
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than $2 million to local schools
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Scouting for a New Home
Boy Scout Troop 91 is the oldest scout
troop in the Santa Maria Valley. Beginning
in 1928 Troop 91 held their weekly
meetings in a small “scout hut” located on
a corner of Orcutt Union School District
Unfortunately, the scouts lost their
meeting place of 84 years three years ago
and have been working to establish a new
home base since that time.
“Prior to the destruction of the Hut,
the Troop’s sponsor, or Chartered
Organization, American Legion Post
534, resolved to construct the Troop’s
meeting place at another location and
to salvage as much of the old building as
possible to reuse in the new hut,” explains
Americanism Chairman Alan T. Munch.
The Legion recently made a presentation
to the Santa Maria Parks and Recreation
Commission to request permission to
Scouts assist with the groundbreaking construct the new building in Pioneer Park.
ceremonies for the new Scout Hut soon to “The Commissioners enthusiastically
begin construction at Pioneer Park.
approved the request,” says Munch,
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“Through the donated help of a local
contractor, Kinyon Construction, the
Hut was taken apart and the salvaged
hut stored, along with its historical
memorabilia that had been proudly
displayed on the Hut’s walls.”
The foundation for the new Hut was
poured in March, but $21,000 in additional
funds will need to be raised to complete
A bar-b-que fundraiser is planned for
June 2nd at Pioneer Park and will include
a raffle and display outlining plans for the
“The Scouting program is as relevant
to the character development of our
youth as it has ever been,” says Munch,
“Once completed, the Scout Hut will
once again be a place where the history
and memorabilia of the oldest Troop in
the Santa Maria Valley will be displayed,
serving to maintain a tangible link between
the Troop’s past members and today’s and
future members of the Boy Scouts.”
The new Hut will also be made available
to other Boy and Girls Scout troops in
Contributions can be made to the
attention of Alan Munch at American
Legion Post 534, 145 W. Clark in Orcutt.
Call 938-8598 to find out more about
Troop 91’s BBQ fundraiser.
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Friends of Waller Park Honor Don Ward
Model A’s Present Scholarships
Don Ward, president of Friends of Waller Park (far right), poses with members of the
board of Friends of Waller Park and others after he was honored by the Friends for his
25 years of dedication to Waller Park. From left they are Denise Valente, director; George
Johnston, vice president; Mary Lou Los, treasurer; Jeanne Sparks, coordinator; and Martin
Villescas, park ranger.
Don Ward was honored for 25 years
of dedication to improving Waller Park
during an Arbor Day celebration at the
park on April 28.
"Don is totally committed to Waller
Park,” said board vice president
George Johnston. “His leadership has
been instrumental in the numerous
improvements that have been made to
the park, including installation of four
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Orcutt Schools Update
Olga Reed Joins the Orcutt
for third graders, Band for grades 4-8,
Bob Bush, Superintendent
Orcutt Union School District
Continuing our look at schools around the
district, we profile Olga Reed School this month.
The newest addition to the Orcutt Union
School District may be a 15-mile drive from
Orcutt, but it is feeling like a full-fledged
member of the district family.
As readers will remember, Olga Reed
School, which previously was part of the
single-school Los Alamos School District,
joined Orcutt this past summer. The
2011-2012 school year has been a time
of adjustment for the school’s staff, as
holdovers have been getting acclimated to
the programs and procedures of their new
district and district veterans new to Olga
Reed have been learning about the school
and Los Alamos community.
Now, with Olga Reed’s inaugural school
year in Orcutt near its conclusion, folks at
the 185-student, K-8 school are feeling good
about the transition and looking forward
to the future.
“This has been a learning year for all of
us,” says the school’s principal, Joe Dana.
“Now that everyone knows each other and
feels comfortable, we are ready to come
together to do some great things here.”
Steadily and surely, the Orcutt Union
School District is putting its imprint on
Orcutt has made an impact through
personnel, as several district veterans have
joined Olga Reed’s staff. This year, new
faces at Olga Reed have included Dana as
principal; Susi Haggerty, Debbie Hart, Ron
Maderas, Lynn Ramos, and Myrna Taira
as teachers; and Steve Borjas as daytime
Part of the district’s influence has been
visual, as its grounds and maintenance crews
have worked over the summer and during
the school year to clean classrooms and
buildings, trim trees, and beautify the school
grounds. Located adjacent to foothills and
a county park, Olga Reed’s campus already
was scenic – but now it looks even more
In addition, Orcutt has made a difference
through programs that reflect district
priorities. Arts programs – dance lessons
funded by the Orcutt Children’s Arts
Foundation, instruction in recorders
and Beginning Strings – have been a
welcome addition. AVID (Advancement Via
Individual Determination) college readiness
strategies have been a focus for site-based
teacher training. A physical education
program also has been established.
“Students and parents have been very
enthusiastic about Orcutt’s emphasis on
the arts,” Dana reports. “When our student
body put on a dance performance in March,
it was our best attended evening event of
On its own, the school has formed its
own Parent Teacher Student Association
(PTSA). With help from the 15th District
PTA, a group of staff and parents came
together in the fall to write bylaws, form
an executive board, and begin work as an
official PTSA unit. Olga Reed’s PTSA has
been quite busy with school events and
fund-raising. Most recently, a community
Cinco de Mayo celebration it planned was
a resounding success.
Academics remain a priority at Olga Reed.
Last year, the school made tremendous gains
in student achievement, raising its Academic
Performance Index score 55 points to a
very respectable 822. This year, staff have
continued to emphasize instruction in core
academic areas of reading, language arts,
Meantime, the school’s state-funded
After School Education and Safety (ASES)
Program continues to be very popular with
parents. The program is free, and provides
nearly 140 students with homework
support, academic enrichment, recreational
activities, and computer activities during
after-school hours up to 6:00 p.m.
“Our goal is to provide a safe place for
kids while giving them homework help and
lots of other activities,” says ASES program
director Janice Chaves. “They can be part
of our big family at school before going
home to their smaller family.”
Enrollment at Olga Reed for the 20122013 school year is now taking place.
Families who are interested in a smaller
setting, the school’s focus on academics
and the arts, and/or free childcare through
ASES may want to consider Olga Reed. For
more information, please phone Dana at
school at 344-2401.
“It’s been a wonderful experience to be
at Olga Reed,” says Taira, a kindergarten
teacher. “The staff is great, the parents are
welcoming, and the kids are just wonderful.
I have nothing but positive to say about this
school. It’s a great little school out in the
country – I love it!”
Superintendent Bob Bush can be contacted
by e-mail at [email protected] or by
phone at 938-8900.
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for more speaker hook ups. All works great $190.00
Red Devil rug cleaner like new - used once $25
Oak table for use as desk, dinette etc. Oval 29"X41",
29 inches high. $125. Also antique sewing rocker, cane
seat, beautiful. $85. 937-1191.
FOR SALE Spa (seats 5) $1000 934-0446 or 8962732
TEAMWORK Adult Men's Baseball pants, size 40 in
"silver"(grey), and white. Several to choose from. $30
($75 brand new) Monica 934-3239
New never used Propane Tankless Water Heater Paolma
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Big screen tvin console 80.oo Alicia 8057347129
Home made tamales $15/doz. call alicia and place ur
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USA Flag design folding sports event chair.Large with
cup holders, carrying case. Blanket,911 Cap "we will
never forget".Patriotic Flower vase.All brand new.$50.00
Almost new Treasure Hunter Vision Pro XJ9 metal detector. Paid 148 Sell for only 65 phone 937-7140
FOR RENT: Secure storage space for RV/Boat/Vehicle.
10ft x 24ft. Cell 345-7925.
’05 Harley Sportster stock parts exc cond. Make offer.
Exhaust & Guards handgrips Belt guard Taillight mirrors
Trans cover Stays Jump Seat David 805-598-5557
Cobra driver, model SQ, regular shaft. Only 2 years old;
very good condition. Priced to sell $75 937-3582
Dining table, Queen Anne style, 3 leaves, 6 chairs, seats
10, $400, 937-3049
Computer screen, 17 inch. Selling because bought new
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AARP is offering a Senior Driver Safety Class at
the Orcutt Oasis Senior Center on Monday and
Tuesday, June 4 and 5 from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m..
Cost is $12.00 for AARP members and $14.00 for
others. Contact the Senior Center at 937-9750 or
Instructor (Bob Hoffman) at 937-4469 to enroll
or for information.
The May Grisham Early Learning Center is
currently enrolling students for the 2012-2013
academic year. If your child will turn four (first
priority) or three (second priority) on or before
November 1, Please call 938-8588 to be placed
on a waiting list. If three year olds are not
enrolled during the current year, their families
will be contacted in May for enrollment for the
following year.The Early Learning Center is a
State-sponsored preschool that offers a free halfday program for four year old children from low
to moderate income families.
The scouts of Pack 91 of Orcutt completed their
annual conservation clean up effort at Figueroa
Mt. on April 15th with the assistance of their
parents and siblings and leaders. Armed with
shovels, rakes, and brooms, the boys cleared off
mud, pine needs, leaves, that had accumulated
onto the nature walk trial at the Pino Also picnic
grounds. After their clean up efforts the families
enjoyed a picnic lunch overlooking the Santa
Ynez Valley, and then a short hike to the US
Forest Service lookout station at the top of the
mountain. Each boy earned his Conservation
Good Turn Award. All boys from first to 5th
grade are always welcome to visit and join. Call
MONTHLY OR WEEKLY EVENTS
The Stock Investment Club meets every Monday
at 9:00 am (except the Monday after Easter) in the
Santa Maria Elks Lodge building. Learn about and
discuss stock investing. All investors and potential
investors are welcome. Call Jim Speer at 805 -341164 for information.
All-America City Quilters' Guild meets at 165
W. Clark Ave, on the second Wednesday of each
month at 7 p.m. Info: 937-3477
American Legion Post 534 Breakfast 8-11am on
the first Sunday of each month. Public invited.
145 W. Clark Ave.
All-You-Can-Eat Breakfast at OASIS Senior
Center, 420 East Soares, Old Orcutt on the second
Saturday of each month 8 – 10 am:. Adults $5.00,
Children under 10: $3.00
ARK Tennis Lessons for third through eighth
graders. Info: Coach Patrick Ortiz 934-9911.
Art Classes for Kids and Adults weekly at
the Town Center Gallery, 321 Town Center
West, near Big 5 in the old Mervyn's Shopping
Center.349-7303 or 937-2075 .
BIBLE STUDY: Getting to know the Hebrew
Roots of Christianity. We meet every Saturday at
Orcutt Presbyterian Church, 10:00 am. to 12:00.
(933 Patterson Rd.)
Rooms may vary, please call for location or for
more information. Marvin 805-878-2431.
BIBLE Study, Monday nights, 7:30-9:00pm. St.
Louis de Montfort, Parish Community Center,
Room 2. Current study Gospel of Matthew.
The Acts of the Apostles begins 6-25-12. All
denominations welcome. Information contact
Trent 937-9625 or Steve 937-1353.
BOOK SALE Orcutt Library, Clark & Bradley,
on first Saturday of each month. Everything $1
each. Sponsored by Friends of the Orcutt Library.
Central City Chordsmen invites those who
would like to sing or would like to learn to
participate with them. Call 937-7960 for
Coast Valley's Pony Club is welcoming new
members! We teach English and Western riding
to kids and young adults up to age 25. To
learn more, please call 928-7233 or visit www.
Crestwood Christian Fellowship welcomes
all to attend our Sunday service at 9:30 AM.
We are a non-denominational church with an
all volunteer staff. We seek to save the lost by
spreading the Good News of Jesus AND take
care of those in need in our community. 1265 W
Church of Our Savior, corner of Bradley and
Patterson. Everyone is invited to come and listen
and male singers to participate. Info: 934-0399.
Central Coast Computer Club 4Cs Knollwood
Village Country Club, 4012 So. Bradley. Systems
“SIG” starts at 5:45pm Word & Windows “SIG”
at 6 PM Business meeting at 7 PM. on the third
Tuesday of each month. Visitors are welcome.
Compassionate Friends is a self-help group
for bereaved parents, grandparents and siblings.
Meets on the third Tuesday of each month,
7-8:30pm. Church of Christ 795 E. Foster Rd.
Cub Scout Pack 91 is always looking for new
boys between 1st and 5th grade. Scouting teaches
young boys about their community, citizenship,
service to others, and outdoor adventure. To learn
more about us visit www.pack91orcutt.org or call
us at 253-CUBS.
Four-Part Barbershop Harmony for Women
who love to sing. For additional information,
call 805-736-7572. We love to sing for special
occasions. Rehearsals on Thursday nights,
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