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Bishop City Council passes on pot

By Deb Murphy Bishop will continue to wait and see what becomes of Proposition 64, the Marijuana Legalization Initiative, and Inyo County’s advisory ballot measures on commercial of pot, under discussion at today’s Board of Supervisors’ meeting. City Attorney Ryan Jones came armed with a proposed ordinance, but councilmembers deferred to the County’s intent to […]

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Bishop City Council not hot for pot legislation

By Deb Murphy Bishop City Council just said no to most elements of the state’s recreational marijuana legislation at Monday’s meeting, but will be doing more research and constituent-talking on indoor cultivation and delivery within the city limits. Council wrapped itself around an axle on allowing cultivation for medicinal use late last year, in the […]

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Bishop City Council talks transportation, housing

By Deb Murphy Transportation Katie Larsen, the Toiyabe Indian Health Project Community Wellness Program project coordinator, laid out plans for a bike share program to the Bishop City Council Monday evening. Growing in popularity in urban areas, the concept is simple: users “rent” and return bikes from stations set up at convenient locations. Larsen’s plan […]

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Reports from Inyo Supervisors, Bishop City Council

By Deb Murphy One of the cool things about attending Inyo County Board of Supervisors’ meetings are the little kernels of knowledge available. For instance, last week, those watching learned that dirty discarded mattresses are worth two cents more than not-dirty discarded mattresses. The Mattress Recycling Council will pay Inyo $2.62 for used mattresses and […]

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Bishop meeting set to discuss small business challenges

Bishop City Council to Host Town Hall Meeting   The Bishop City Council will host a Town Hall Meeting on Wednesday, January 27, 2016 at 6:00 p.m. in the Tallman Pavilion located on the grounds of the Tri-County Fair. The purpose of the meeting will be to receive input and begin dialog with the local […]

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Bishop City Council report: New Chief, new homes

By Deb Murphy Bishop’s City Council delivered one surprise out of three potentially explosive topics Monday night. The two non-surprises: Interim Chief Ted Stec was appointed permanent chief of the Bishop Police Department and the Council accepted the Revised Initial Negative Declaration on the proposed 15-home Kingston subdivision. The surprise: the members pulled away from […]

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Bishop City Council modifies ordinance but allows cultivation of medical marijuana

By Deb Murphy Bishop’s City Council accepted the tone of the Planning Commission’s medical marijuana cultivation ordinance, added a few tweaks of its own and appears to have a consensus, minus one, on allowing the cultivation of medical marijuana within city limits. The final ordinance will have its first reading at the Council’s January 11 […]

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Bishop City Council meeting news

By Deb Murphy With the Revised Draft Negative Declaration documents on the 15-home Kingston Subdivision issued last week, the opening public comment period at Monday evening’s Bishop City Council meeting focused on what Rome Street neighbors to the site, currently occupied by Bishop Nursery, considered flaws in the document. Terrence Tye and Stan Wooden pointed […]

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