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Almost all of those properties had either industrial improvements or undeveloped land, according to Hayes. Most recently, Garden St. Tell was one of the original people who came up with the idea for the name, a take on Laguna Street, which runs through the district. Tell created a Website for the district, made stickers and information sheets, and encouraged any business in the area to join — for free.
Twenty years ago, male and female prostitutes roamed Haley Street looking for clients. It was once regarded as an unsavory part of town because of a reputation for crime and unruly behavior. Tell and others say that a new generation of businesses have opened up in the area bringing it new vibrancy. Tell said he likes the fact that the Lagoon District is eclectic, and hopes that it remains that way.
I like the fact that there is Latino and white culture in the same area. It, to me, really captures the melting pot of Santa Barbara. He said the area is changing. Danielle Winkler was one of the original owners of The Canopy, an alternative health and wellness center, on Milpas Street. She hopes that branding the area will help elevate the area. The whole premise of existence, of everything in life, is about change. Subscribe Now. Change is inevitable, she said, but the Lagoon District is headed in the right direction.
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