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Applications for Inyo County sponsorship program due Friday

Press release The Inyo County Community Project Sponsorship Program is accepting grant applications for the 2017 Yearly Competitive Grants for events and projects sponsored by local non-profit groups that will be taking place in 2017. Up to $20,984 is available in the 2017 Competitive Grant cycle. The deadline for submitting applications, either on paper or digitally, […]

 
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Mammoth resident killed in loader accident

Mammoth Lakes Police Department press release Mammoth Lakes, CA – On Wednesday, January 11, 2017, the Mammoth Lakes Police Department responded to assist with a call for medical aid on the 200 block of Lupin Street at approximately 1813 hours. A Mammoth Lakes resident was involved in an incident on private property with a private […]

 
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Landfill lease puts Inyo County between a rock and a hard place

By Deb Murphy Inyo County’s Assistant Administrator Rick Benson opened the discussion at Tuesday’s Board of Supervisors meeting on the Bishop landfill lease, saying “we’re not too excited by it,” an extraordinary understatement, especially considering the 400-percent increase in the lease payment. The Supervisors weren’t too excited either, coming up with a few suggestions on […]

 
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Inyo Supervisors approve MLK Jr. Day as county-recognized holiday

Press release At a Special Meeting held Thursday morning, the Inyo County Board of Supervisors approved designating Martin Luther King Jr. Day as a County-recognized Holiday on January 16, 2017. County offices and facilities, including landfills, will be closed in observance. “Recognizing Martin Luther King Jr. Day again as a County Holiday is important to […]

 
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Let the sun shine! Visitor Center in Lone Pine turns on solar system

USFS press release The Inyo National Forest is pleased to announce that the solar photovoltaic (PV) system at the Eastern Sierra Visitor Center in Lone Pine was turned on in December. This system should meet nearly 100% of the facility’s electrical demand. “The solar photovoltaic system installation at the visitor center in Lone Pine exemplifies the Forest Service’s commitment […]

 
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Report from Bishop City Council meeting

By Deb Murphy BISHOP CITY COUNCIL HIGHLIGHTS Bishop’s City Council approved a letter to the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Commissioners offering strong recommendations on the department’s lease policies. Those recommendations closely mirror those in correspondence sent last month by Inyo’s Board of Supervisors, pointing out the discretion proprietary departments have in the […]

 
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