Archive | December 17, 2012

Inyo court cases: Manslaughter and assault

Inyo District Attorney Art Maillet has issue three very brief press releases on three cases. They deal with murder, vehicular manslaughter and assault. About a year ago, Sheriff’s Officers reported that Daniel Barlow, 40, of Bishop was found unconscious on Winuba Lane. Symons Ambulance and others worked to get him to Northern Inyo Hospital where […]

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Let it snow, already

  So far, the Snow Gods, or whoever creates weather, has not let the Eastern Sierra down.  Check out Mammoth Lakes Tourism’s snow report on You Tube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O9OF_uFr3Vo&feature=youtu.be And, go to Mammoth Mountain Ski Area’s website Mountain page for the latest - http://www.mammothmountain.com/Mountain/Conditions/SnowLifts/ Share/Bookmark

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Local officials assure that safety measures will be taken locally in our schools

  School superintendents in Bishop and Mammoth and the Mammoth Police Chief quickly responded to the terrible shootings of young children in the Sandy Hook School in Newtown, Connecticut. They offer reassurances on diligent security measures and on vigilance for troubled youth in our towns. On Saturday, Mammoth School Superintendent Rich Boccia and Police Chief […]

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2013 law on carbon monoxide alarms

Carbon Monoxide Monitoring  (Press Release from Mammoth Lakes Fire Protection District) On July 1, 2011 legislation went into effect requiring all single family homeowners to install carbon monoxide (CO) alarms in every California home (rental or not) with attached garages.  Owners of multi-family leased, rental, or owner occupied dwellings, such as apartment, townhouses, and condominium […]

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Cell service expected in Crowley “any day now”

The now-famous advertising line about cell service – “Can you hear me now?” has never had any meaning in the community of Crowley because there has never been cell service there. That could change any day now. A company called Distant Towers did go through Mono County Planning and managed to get a lease from […]

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LADWP loses another legal fight with APCD

Court rules against Los Angeles Department of Water and Power in Owens Lake fee case Press Release from Great Basin Air Pollution Control District Date: December 17, 2012 Today, in another setback for the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, the Kern County Superior Court ruled that LADWP must pay more than one million dollars in fees that it deliberately withheld related to air pollution control measures for the dried […]

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