Area 1

Area 1 boundary Trustee Area 1

Trustee - Hilda Zacarías

All of that portion of Santa Barbara County bounded and described as follows: Beginning at the point of intersection of N Blosser Rd and W Main St, and proceeding northerly along N Blosser Rd to the Santa Maria city line, and proceeding northerly along the Santa Maria city line to W Taylor St, and proceeding easterly along W Taylor St to nonvisible boundary, and proceeding northerly along nonvisible boundary to N Railroad Ave, and proceeding northerly along N Railroad Ave to Hidden Pines Way, and proceeding easterly along Hidden Pines Way to property line, and proceeding northerly along property line to nonvisible boundary, and proceeding northerly along nonvisible boundary to the San Luis Obispo/Santa Barbara county line, and proceeding easterly along the San Luis Obispo/Santa Barbara county line to nonvisible boundary, and proceeding southerly along nonvisible boundary to Suey Rd, and proceeding southerly along Suey Rd to the Santa Maria city line, and proceeding southerly along the Santa Maria city line to Jones St, and proceeding westerly along Jones St to US Hwy 101, and proceeding northerly along US Hwy 101 to E Main St, and proceeding westerly along E Main St to College Dr, and proceeding southerly along College Dr to Cook St, and proceeding westerly along Cook St to Miller St, and proceeding southerly along Miller St to Cook St, and proceeding westerly along Cook St to S Broadway, and proceeding northerly along S Broadway to Cook St, and proceeding westerly along Cook St to S Broadway, and proceeding southerly along S Broadway to W Cook St, and proceeding westerly along W Cook St to Thornburg St, and proceeding northerly along Thornburg St to W Main St, and proceeding westerly along W Main St to Depot St, and proceeding northerly along Depot St to W Main St, and proceeding westerly along W Main St to the point of beginning.

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When I joined MESA I found an atmosphere of very intelligent students, in which I have made friendships that are strengthened by our commitment to success. I am 31 years old and work full-time in order to support my growing family. Time management is vital to my success, and it has taken a while to find the right "recipe" of balance between school, work and family. MESA has given me important resources in the form of tutoring, access to potential internships, and help with the cost of books.
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