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Mono County addresses drought

– Mono County press release Water conservation is on the minds of all Californians this summer, and Mono County is doing its part to save this precious resource. County staff is addressing drought-related issues on many fronts, from implementing water use reductions to providing information to our visitors. The county public works department’s facilities staff […]

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Lynda Salcido interim Mono CAO – again

– Press release Mono County, Calif. – On Tuesday, May 12th, the Mono County Board of Supervisors announced its selection of Lynda Salcido to serve as Interim County Administrator, effective when current County Administrator Jim Leddy leaves the post later this month. Leddy informed Mono County in April that he would be leaving his position […]

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Former Inyo Supervisor Bob Michener dies

ROBERT E. (BOB) MICHENER 1/23/1924 – 4/18/2015 Bob Michener passed away at his home on Saturday, April 18.  He was 91 years old.  Bob was born on January 23, 1924, to Robert Ezra and Elizabeth Mae Michener.  He attended Dorsey High School in Los Angeles and graduated in 1942. Bob proudly enlisted in the Marine […]

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Van Dyke Fire estimated at 450 acres

The Van Dyke Fire has been mapped at 450 acres and is 75% contained. The fire is in grass and sage fuels and has received measurable moisture. More rain and snow is in the forecast in the next few days. Fire crews are improving fireline today and mopping up lingering hotspots. Crews expect to fully […]

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Update on Round Fire: 7,000 acres, 20 structures

UPDATE: 9:30 AM The Round Fire: Acres: 7,000 – 30 percent contained 20 structures and outbuildings destroyed (preliminary county) 200 personnel; 47 engines; 29 fire crews, two bulldozers One injury to firefighter due to smoke inhalation Significant rain stopped the forward rate of the fire around 2am. Downed power lines and venting propane tanks make […]

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Letter to the Editor: Consider ATV impacts

Dear Supervisors and Planning Department: As I will not be the Great Basin Air Pollution Control Districtí’s Air Pollution Control Officer on December 30, 2014, the date of the rescheduled hearing on the Eastern Sierra ATV Adventure Trails Project, I am submitting these comments on the project for the record. The Great Basin Unified Air […]

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