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Alex Yerkes of Alex' Printing was the first to identify a challenge to local businesses: getting people to stop in downtown.

Ideas flow at Bishop business workshop

By Deb Murphy After Wednesday’s two-and-a-half hour business workshop hosted by the City of Bishop and attended by an estimated 80 residents, one thing is sure: there are plenty of ideas on how local businesses can flourish in northern Inyo County. City Administrator Jim Tatum started the session with a simple question: What are the […]

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Tips for possible snow in Bishop

Press release from the City of Bishop Snow is forecast the next few days in the Bishop area and the City of Bishop Department of Public Works reminds residents and visitors to be prepared for snow on city streets and sidewalks. Residents and businesses should clear snow from public sidewalks at their homes and businesses […]

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City of Bishop: Snow and solar

City of Bishop press releases A chance of snow is forecast the next few days in the Bishop area and the City of Bishop Department of Public Works reminds residents and visitors to be prepared for snow on city streets and sidewalks. Use snow tires or chains on Bishop streets when they are required on […]

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Bishop solar construction under way

Press release Construction of the City of Bishop’s solar project started last week and will continue next week at 3 sites around the city. The 3 sites are a well site on West Line Street near Mumy Lane, a well site near the Tri County Fairgrounds, and the sewer plant east of town. Last week […]

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Street sweeping for leaves begins in Bishop

City of Bishop press release Leaves are starting to fall in Bishop and the city Public Works crew will be stepping up the street sweeping effort in response. The crew needs help from people that park vehicles on city streets. Street sweeping for leaves will start next Wednesday, 21 October. The crew will sweep each […]

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Update on City of Bishop water usage

City of Bishop press release City of Bishop water customers continued to conserve water in August, using 20.9% less water than used in 2013. City water customers used about 14,000,000 gallons less in August 2015 than August 2013. The state uses 2013 as the benchmark when measuring how much water is being conserved this year. […]

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More dialogue on Bishop’s proposed Kingston Subdivision

By Deb Murphy Both pros and cons of the proposed 15-home Kingston Subdivision on the 2.75-acre Bishop Nursery site were presented at the public hearing held at Monday’s Bishop City Council meeting. The pros concentrated on Bishop’s need for additional housing; the cons, on what they defined as a flawed Draft Mitigated Negative Declaration. Both […]

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