Chamber Collects Data Regarding Transient Disturbances

In response to the recent spike in issues and disturbances arising from the transient population impacting local business and tourism, the Chamber will be initiating a response and collecting data from the community. The Chamber will be acting as the repository for testimonials, complaints, stories, incidents and photos from properties, businesses and residents in an effort to organize and accumulate a strong database to provide to the City and County officials when speaking to the impacts of these issues on the business community and tourism efforts. As a result, we hope providing this strong core database provided by both the business community and residents will elicit a sense of urgency to address this issue from community leaders.

If you have witnessed or experienced any interactions or know somebody that has, please feel free to send a record of your encounter to Cheyanne Brooks, Tourism and Communications Manager by emailing cheyanne@sbscchamber.com.

Goleta Chamber of Commerce

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