Santa Barbara, CA (PRWEB) October 07, 2013
The Santa Barbara County Deputy Sheriffs’ Association (SBCDSA) has announced their endorsement of Santa Maria Energy’s 136-well Oil Development Drilling Plan proposed in Orcutt Field, California.
The plan proposes the development of onshore oil resources to help the environment and benefit the local community. In addition to helping stimulate the local economy with new job creation, the development plan will expand the valuation of the Santa Barbara County tax base leading to increased tax revenues.
“The SBCDSA is committed to helping our local communities and our endorsement of the Oil Development Drilling Plan is a step towards making a global impact with local initiatives,” said Chris Corbett, president of the SBCDSA. “We encourage approval of the Oil Drilling and Production Plan to not only help boost the local economy, but to reignite a sense of positive morale within our community and move forward by setting a standard of community support.”
Responsible development of these local resources is ensured by Santa Barbara County’s environmental regulations. High regulatory standards for the development and production of local oil resources should lead to improvements in global environment development regulations and initiatives.
Members of the SBCDSA continue to support their community not only with their service but also with their philanthropic commitments and active involvement. For more information about partnering with the SBCDSA or to learn more about how the SBCDSA serves their local communities, visit http://www.sbcdsa.org.
About The Santa Barbara County Sheriffs’ Association
Formed in 1971, the Santa Barbara County Deputy Sheriffs' Association (SBCDSA) represents the more than 460 dedicated and professional members of the Santa Barbara Sheriff's Department and District Attorney Investigators. The SBCDSA serves to advance the interests of the professionals represented by the SBCDSA and the community it serves through legislative and legal advocacy, political action, and education.