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Government shutdown hurts local workers

As of last night at midnight in Washington, D.C., Congress had failed to pass a budget and the government shut down. This in the face of polls that show that only 10% of those surveyed approve of Congress. Locally, the shutdown means job furloughs without pay for federal employees and closure of national parks. Inyo […]

 
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USFS workshops on forest plan revision

USFS workshops on forest plan revision

Inyo National Forest Preparing to Revise 1988 Forest Plan –Workshops to be Held on Collaboration in Forest Planning, Nov. 16 & 17– The Inyo National Forest has been designated as an “early adopter” forest by the Forest Service, indicating that the Inyo will be in the first tier of eight national forests to revise their […]

 
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Forest Service reviews MMSA plan for June Mountain

Forest Service reviews MMSA plan for June Mountain

Earlier this month, Mammoth Mountain Ski Area submitted a response to the Forest Service on how they will manage June Mountain this winter during its closure and when and how they plan to re-open it. After Mammoth Mountain CEO Rusty Gregory announced that June Mountain would close due to financial problems and a reported annual […]

 
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Officials, citizens meet on future of June Mountain

Officials, citizens meet on future of June Mountain

Elected officials and business people have gone to a series of meetings with Mammoth Mountain CEO Rusty Gregory and Forest Supervisor Ed Armenta.  They hope to somehow keep June Mountain open next winter. Earlier this month, Gregory announced closure of June Mountain due to financial considerations.  Banks that hold loans for Mammoth Mountain pressed the […]

 
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Digital 395 jumps another hurdle

Forest Service Approval of the Digital 395 Middle-Mile Project BISHOP, Calif., May 24, 2012 – On Wednesday May 23, Forest Supervisor Ed Armenta signed a Decision Notice and Finding of No Significant Impact for the Digital 395 Middle-Mile Project.  The selected alternative is to install, operate, and maintain approximately 49 miles of underground fiber-optic cable […]

 
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