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2 Oct, 2012

Every Sinner Has A Future - Santa Cruz (10) - Santa Cruz (Vinyl)

The photo confirms the short bed, and the sloping C-pillar that we first saw on the concept photos. Look closely at the image and you also see a crease in the passenger door similar to that of the new Elantra. There are no concrete details of late, but we do know that the unibody pickup will be exclusively sold to the American market, with an expected launch in As the quote says, everyone has a past.

And everyone has a future. Think about what you want people to know you for, what they think of when asked about your character. Once you have a target, a desired reputation, all that is left is to start acting that way. Every day, every time, every where. That way, no one is confused, and if some acid-tongued gossip starts an untrue rumor, no one will believe it, as it would be so outside your character.

It might take more than a year. Depends on how different your past is, or how different your behavior is between your work, play and social activities. How hard you work to unify or synchronize your reputation is up to you. But remember, you always have a future. At least until you die. I presume you mean that as a rhetorical question, as to become a saint, you have to be dead for a while….

After finishing the album, Archie and new lead guitarist Pav Cruz relocated to Hollywood, where they recruited new members Ero Cruz bass and Toxy Cruz drums and began rehearsing religiously for what will be an extensive touring campaign around the globe.

The band is sounding amazing and better than ever, and we will hit the festivals like a hurricane. In fact, we do as many as full property moves a year. My business often requires that I outsource my clients' moves to professional movers. We do much of our work in luxury properties so it is of the utmost importance that I only bring extremely careful, professional and courteous movers into my clients' homes.

Over the last 13 years of owning my company, I have worked with a variety of good movers. However, Rational has set been set apart in my opinion for multiple reasons: Their project leads and workers are very professional and always have a positive attitude even when working on a difficult projects with long work days.

They are cautious and careful. They take caution while moving my clients' furniture and are extremely careful to not cause any damage to the furniture or to the client's property. They work fast and stay on task.

They are always punctual and dependable. If they say they will be there, they are always there with a good attitude and a smile. When I give them an instruction pertaining to special nuances in a project or the client's needs, they always listen and are quick to implement any change that is necessary and in a timely manner.

I do not feel like I have to oversee their work. They will go the extra mile to make sure all of my and clients' needs are met. They are flexible. They always do their best to accommodate unexpected schedule changes.

They are conscientious, kind and considerate not only to my clients but also to me and my employees. I have thoroughly enjoyed working with Rational and I can whole heartedly recommend them as a professional and reliable moving company. They arrived on time They are the best movers ever.

Rational answered my texts in a timely way which eased my pre-move anxieties. If a move is in your future CALL Rational for a truly professional service. You'll be glad you did. Carol A. Aptos, CA. These guys are terrific. They were professional, cheerful, conscientious, and generally fun to be around. Everything got moved without a hitch, and everything arrived intact, and the price was considerably less than I would have expected.

Roman and Logan did a terrific job, and George, the owner, was easy to reach for scheduling and easy to communicate with. I wouldn't consider using anyone else after having two such excellent experiences with them. Elite ' We recently needed some large furniture items moved from San Jose to Santa Cruz area and got a few quotes over the phone from different moving companies. Several people on the Next Door website recommended Rational Moving and their estimate sounded reasonable so decided to go with them.

They were on time, efficient, patient and everything arrived undamaged including some heirloom antique cabinets. The movers were super helpful holding certain pieces of furniture up for me while I put felt pads on the leg bottoms to protect our floors.

The only thing that seemed kind of strange to me was I communicated directly with the owner George by text message only and never signed anything after we scheduled the date. Since they showed up on schedule there was no reason to worry. They also wanted a personal check for payment, not a credit card. No one has ever answered their phone. I have tried many times to call. And no one has once returned my message. And I actually got babysat by some of these people who own this Co when I was younger and they still don't return my call.

They helped us move way back in from seabright to Live Oak area. George and Roman were excellent. No accessory building shall be located in a front or exterior side yard. A garage may not be located closer than twenty feet from front or exterior side yard lot lines; except that a garage may be built to the front and exterior side yard lot lines where the slope of the front half of the lot is greater than one foot rise or fall in a distance of seven feet from the established street elevation at the property line, or where the elevation of the lot at the street line is five feet or more above or below the established street elevation.

Accessory buildings that are less than one hundred twenty square feet in floor area are not required to conform to the distance-between-buildings requirement set forth in the district regulations, Chapter Habitable accessory buildings shall not be located within the front yard nor closer than six feet to the nearest point of the principal building; and shall conform to principal building rear and side yard requirements of the district in which they are located. No accessory buildings shall be used as living quarters unless used for nonpaying guests guesthouses.

Accessory buildings may not cover an area in excess of thirty percent of any required yard area. Standards applicable to accessory dwelling units can be found in Section An accessory building attached to a main building by a breezeway is not part of the main building.

An accessory building may have one sink installed in it if a plumbing permit is obtained. A property with multiple accessory buildings may have a sink in only one accessory building. Any additional plumbing fixtures would require an administrative use permit subject to findings listed in subsection 8 and a building permit for plumbing facilities is obtained. Except for accessory dwelling units, accessory buildings may contain a full bathroom only when an administrative use permit and design permit are approved in accordance with district regulations and all of the following findings are made:.

The structure and use are subordinate to the principal use; and. The purpose of the use is incidental to the principal use; and. The use is customarily appurtenant to the permitted use; and.

The structure will not be used as a dwelling unit except as set forth in Chapter A deed restriction will be recorded limiting the use of the structure to that approved under the permit unless otherwise authorized by the city. A special purpose food preparation facility may be permitted with an administrative use permit upon the following findings:.

The applicant has demonstrated a need for a special purpose food preparation facility. Such need cannot be adequately served by the domestic food preparation facility. The design of the facility, in its relationship to the internal floor plan of the dwelling, will not lead to the establishment of a separate dwelling unit. The facility will be removed when the special purpose is no longer required.

The applicant has agreed to record a deed restriction limiting the use of the food preparation facility to a special purpose. The height limitations specified in this title shall not apply to the following uses:. Water, fire observation, and lifeguard towers, chimneys, aids to navigation;. Buildings and structures intended for agricultural purposes;. Fire walls, not extending more than four feet above the height of the building;.

Cupolas, scenery lofts, or other roof structures for the housing of elevators, stairways, tanks, ventilating fans, air conditioning, or similar equipment used solely to operate and maintain a building.

The height limitations specified in this title may be exceeded for the following uses, subject to a special use permit:. Mechanical contrivances for amusement purposes, such as Ferris wheels, and roller coasters;.

Antennas for radio broadcast and receiving, electric power transmission and distribution lines, poles and towers;. Places of public assembly such as churches, schools, and other permitted public and semipublic buildings, the principal activities of which are conducted on the ground floor of such buildings; provided, that for each foot by which the height of such buildings exceed the maximum height permitted, the depth or width of the required side and rear yards shall be increased by one foot.

Regulations governing the installation, construction and placement of fences and structures in the nature of fences which exceed height limitations contained herein are set forth in Chapter Height Limitations. No person shall erect upon any private property in the city any fence, or structure in the nature of a fence, exceeding the following height limitations:.

Such gate, trellis or entry feature shall be limited to ten feet in width and ten feet in height. Only one such gate, trellis or entry feature shall be permitted per street frontage except as provided in Chapter Fire Hazard.

The erection of any fence which constitutes a fire hazard either of itself or in connection with the existing structures in the vicinity, or which will interfere with access in case of fire, by the fire department to buildings in the vicinity or which will constitute a hazard to street traffic or to pedestrians shall not be permitted.

Temporary Fences — Exceptions. Nothing contained in this title shall be deemed to interfere with the erection of temporary fences around construction works, erected or maintained pursuant to Chapter Barbed-Wire Fencing.

No barbed-wire fences may be constructed, electrified or otherwise, without a conditional fence permit. Hedges or dense planting in the nature of a hedge in excess of three feet, six inches in height shall not be grown or maintained within the required front or exterior side yard setbacks of the zoning district in which the property is located. Fences or hedges shall not be greater than, nor allowed to exceed, three feet, six inches in height in the clear corner triangle and the clear vision area as defined in Section Fences within Watercourse Setback Areas.

Fencing within a designated riparian corridor or development setback area of a watercourse shall be consistent with requirements of the watercourse development permit, Section In any nonresidential district adjacent to any R- District, screening between districts shall be provided.

All areas of outdoor storage in any commercial or industrial district shall be permanently screened from view from any adjacent street, public way or adjacent private property. The routes of proposed electric overhead transmission lines of sixty kV or greater capacity shall be submitted to the planning commission for review and approval or conditional approval prior to the acquisition of the rights-of-way therefor.

Separate Utilities. A community housing project shall provide for independent services of water, sewer, gas and electricity to each dwelling unit. Separate meters are not required. Off-Street Parking. A community housing project shall provide off-street parking as required by Part 3 of this chapter. In addition, a community housing project shall provide one additional parking space for each four dwelling units within the project.

Private Open Space. A community housing project shall provide a minimum of one hundred square feet of private open space for each dwelling unit located in such a manner as to be immediately accessible to each dwelling unit. Storage Area. A community housing project shall provide a minimum of two hundred cubic feet of enclosed storage space within the project capable of being secured by lock or other means for each unit, in addition to kitchen cupboards, clothes and linen closets.

All merchandise storage, display or sales areas shall be wholly within a completely enclosed building or structure or shall be screened so as not to be visible from an adjacent public street or publicly operated parking lot, except that the area within a completely roofed street alcove or entryway may be utilized for merchandise display; provided, that such merchandise is displayed inside the line of the building face and does not present a hazard to pedestrians or encroach on a required building exit.

The following outdoor sales and commercial activities shall not be subject to the provisions of this section:. Automobiles, boat, trailer, camper, motorcycle, and motor-driven vehicle sales and rentals;.

Vending machines, when located in service stations, motels and other drive-in businesses;. Gasoline pumps, oil racks and accessory items when located on pump islands;. Activities similar to the above, as determined by the zoning administrator;. Parking lot sales not to exceed three days during any six-month period;. Sidewalk sales, when sponsored by business or civic organizations, not to exceed three days during any six-month period;. Garage sales when conducted on residentially used property, for a period not to exceed three days during any six-month period;.

Sidewalk cafes on private property, subject to approval of an administrative use permit;. Outdoor extension areas for commercial uses, including outdoor sidewalk cafes or retail areas on public property, subject to approval of an administrative use permit and a revocable license per Section Temporary circus or carnival activities, subject to approval of an administrative use permit;.

These uses include outdoor eating areas, retail areas and landscaping. If the sidewalk width allows it, the adjacent business may be separated from the extension area by the public walkway. This section is applicable citywide, except for areas within the Downtown Recovery Plan which are subject to Section Administrative Use Permit and Revocable License. No person shall use an extension area unless an administrative use permit and revocable license are obtained pursuant to this section.

Outdoor Extension Area Application. Application for an outdoor extension area shall be made jointly by the property owner and the business operator of the business located on the property adjacent to the extension area, and shall be filed with the planning department on the appropriate application form, accompanied with the following information:. Name and address of the property owner and business operator.

The expiration date of the business license of the business intending to operate the extension area. A drawing showing the extension area in its relationship to the building, sidewalk and street, for the extension area and thirty feet along the sidewalk in either direction. The drawing shall show dimensions of the extension area, locating doorways and access points, show width of sidewalk distance from curb to building face and property line , existing and projected pedestrian traffic movements, location of utilities that might affect or be affected by the application proposal, parking meters, bus stops, benches, trees, landscaping, trash receptacles and other street furniture, or any other potential sidewalk obstruction.

The drawing of the extension area shall show its intended use, any furniture or display stands, fixtures, signs, canopies and other overhead appurtenances, landscaping and planters, trash receptacles, and any other matter to be placed in the area. The extension area may extend no more than ten feet from the property line into the public right-of-way, and in no cases shall an extension area result in an unobstructed walkway of less than six feet. The elevation of the extension area shall be the same as the public sidewalk, and shall meet ADA accessibility standards outlined below.

No permanent structures will be allowed within the public right-of-way, with the exception of ADA complying barriers. If a separation between the cafe and the public walkway is desired, this shall be achieved through low planters or fencing; the maximum height of such planters including the planting shall be no more than four feet in order to maintain the public view of the extension area.

Wind block types of clear fencing can exceed four feet. A canvas awning will be permitted to extend over the full depth of the cafe extension area; no columns or supporting poles will be permitted within the public right-of-way. The use of removable umbrellas within sidewalk extension areas is also encouraged; provided, that seven feet of clearance is provided from the sidewalk.

Removable wind screens that are of a transparent material and that are an integral part of the planter may be permitted to extend the seasonal use of the cafe area.

Such screens shall not exceed a height of six feet and shall be separated from the awning to provide for air movement. The management plan will include designated staffing and will be designed to ensure that the site is kept clean, trash is managed, that the outdoor area is attractive and that customer queuing does not impede access to the sidewalk. Conditions of Approval. The administrative use permit and revocable license may be conditioned to achieve the purpose of this part.

In addition to any other appropriate conditions, standard conditions shall include:. The approval for this use shall be issued to the operator of the adjacent business, and shall not be transferable. The extension area shall be permitted only in conjunction with the establishment which is operating in the adjacent building and to which the extension area is appurtenant.

The applicant shall notify the planning department and police department at least three working days in advance of the date work is to begin to establish the outdoor use. The applicant shall take actions to assure that the use of the extension area in no way interferes with pedestrians or limits their free and unobstructed passage. The extension area and all its contents shall at all times be maintained in a clean and attractive condition; all landscaping and planting shall be maintained in a presentable and healthy condition.

The extension area shall be operated in conformance with the hours specified in the approval. The extension area shall be operated in conformance with any applicable city, county or state laws. A certificate of insurance shall be furnished to the city prior to the use of an extension area.

Denial, Revocation or Suspension of License. The zoning administrator may deny, revoke, or suspend a license for use of an extension area if it is found:. That the provisions of this part or conditions of approval have been violated; or. Any necessary health permit has been suspended, revoked or canceled; or. The licensee does not meet the insurance requirements of the license; or.

The city determines that the public interest requires vacating the extension area. It has been editorially renumbered to avoid duplication of numbering. Incidental live entertainment is a permitted use with the following uses:. Eating and drinking establishments including fast food restaurant Specialty retail stores such as coffee houses, music and book stores E and G.

Any other commercial use determined by the Zoning Administrator as not impacting adjacent properties. Incidental live entertainment shall be reviewed and approved by the Police Department through an Entertainment Permit prior to commencement. If incidental live entertainment violates any provision of this title or Chapter 5.

Any outdoor live entertainment on private property not exceeding three consecutive days or five days a year may be allowed by the Police Department through the sound permit requirements of the Municipal Code. Any outdoor live entertainment exceeding the above days shall be reviewed through an administrative use permit except where otherwise stated. All live entertainment shall comply with the noise requirements of Section It was revised in its entirety by Ord.

Eco friendly is exciting to see! Full range of products. I always refer my clients to him. Even when you enter his showroom it smells great since there are fewer chemicals in his products than at other shops.

This review is exclusively for Sasha at Samaya's Eco Flooring. We had extensive water damage, have 5 different floor coverings with which to match a new flooring, and one of us gets migraines from allergies to petroleum, formaldehyde and other chemicals found in flooring.

Sasha researched what floorings would have the least volatile organic compound off-gassing, and she found us a remnant of laminate for a low price. Sasha is the only flooring person who informed us that the carbon footprint of any given flooring material is not only dependent on the material itself, but the glue that is used to anchor it, where it is made, and how and where it is shipped and stored.

For customers who are chemically sensitive, we found Sasha to be the best local resource. She not only knows all of these hidden details about all of their products, but she provided me with a list of companies that make low VOC patching and adhesive products. We also found her to be the best local resource for environmentally friendly products and installation.

She did not tell us this, but when we asked, we found out that she went to a school of design that we recognized as one of the finest in the U. While she did not impose her aesthetics on us, she had a keener eye for color matching than anyone else we encountered while shopping for flooring.

We talked to several people in the flooring business, and Sasha was the one who had the most knowledge regarding offgassing, worked the hardest to find us a good product, provided us with the most useful information, and had the best eye for subtle differences in color tones.

She also did not attempt to sell us something out of our budget. She worked very hard at meeting our budget and came up with an almost unbelievably low bid given what was being provided.

There were only two people out of all the people we encountered who did not try to get us to buy something out of our house insurance's budget. Sasha was also the only person to get back to us when she said she would.

The products at eco flooring are towards the high end, but Sasha tried to make them more affordable to us. She was also extremely honest about costs that would be added onto the basic costs, such as shipping, and she knows which companies charge what for shipping the materials.

Eco flooring does not warehouse materials, so she found a product that did not cost a lot for shipping. In a situation wherein a customer wants the most detailed and accurate information given in a timely and honest manner and wants something that looks good, also has environmental and personal health concerns, has a financial limit that is low to mid range, has many different colors to be matched, or any of the above is true, we found Sasha to be, by far, the best person in local flooring to call.

We checked a number of different flooring options in town and decided to go with Samaya's based upon their service and pricing. Nima took the time to make sure we understood the options and was very detailed in his review of our project and pointed out a number of things the other companies didn't see or didn't think worth mentioning.

When it came to installing, his team is amazing. The were clean, quick, and so detail oriented, and a pleasure to work with, this is a first class operation through and through. It was a pleasure to meet Nima.

He sent out his guys Alex and Miguel, they were very professional and left the house tidy at the end of the day. They stayed with the job from start to finish. Alex answered questions we had and took the time to explain answers. I would gladly recommend Nima and his crew. Our floors are beautiful and we couldn't be happier! Thank you Nima, Alex and Miguel. Nima found a way to get us some high-quality wood flooring on a limited budget, and guided us through the process of getting it installed while we both continued to work from home, with the least disruption.

His crew is friendly and professional, and the work came out top-notch. Altogether, a pleasant experience working with Samaya's, and our floor will prove evidence of that for years to come.

Nima and his crew did a fantastic job removing our old tiles that were glued and installing our new Royal Oak hardwood floors. Needless to say, they did a fantastic job and we love the final result.

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