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LADWP leases – story and letter from Inyo County

By Deb Murphy Remember that Strother Martin quote from “Cool Hand Luke:” “What we got here is failure to communicate.” That pretty much defines Tuesday afternoon’s Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Board of Commissioners meeting. After more than three years of lease negotiations between the department and Owens Valley lessees, a resolution to […]

 
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Inyo Supervisors move on ATV ordinance

By Deb Murphy The Inyo County Board of Supervisors approved the ordinance designed to make damage to resources by motorized vehicles a misdemeanor, with a $500 price tag, as written, but not without discussion on stiffening the penalties. Final approval is scheduled for the board’s April 21 meeting. The ordinance was pivotal in the board’s […]

 
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New home for Inyo County Wellness Center

By Deb Murphy Inyo County’s Wellness Center will have a new, permanent home by late spring, a single-story home on Central Avenue in Bishop. The Board of Supervisors directed staff to go ahead with the $290,978 purchase at last Tuesday’s meeting with funding from a Mental Health Services Act grant for capital improvements. “It was […]

 
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Inyo Supervisors: two more on pay raises and debt

A question on the mind of Inyo citizens – Why did the Supervisors approve $2 million in pay hikes without the money to cover it? Now we go on to two more Supervisors – Mark Tillemans and Rick Pucci. We have already reported on comments from Matt Kingsley and Jeff Griffiths. Those comments are now on […]

 
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Election day

Nationally, voters’ will wait to see who will make it as President of the United States. Closer to home, they will wait for the final vote on local leaders – boards of supervisors, city council, school and hospital boards. In Inyo County, Mark Tillemans and incumbent Supervisor Marty Fortney are in a race for the […]

 
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Chances to question candidates

In both Inyo and Mono Counties, races for County Supervisor seats give voters a chance for continued or new representation.  Several candidates’ forums are scheduled so you can meet and question those who seek office. In Lone Pine, candidates for District 5 will appear and answer questions on Tuesday, May 8 at Statham Hall at […]

 
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