Tag Archives | city of bishop

Inyo County Coronavirus Updates
COVID-19

LATEST UPDATE: Inyo County COVID-19 Information

[Dear Reader, to avoid sensationalizing every uptick in positive coronavirus tests cases, we are going to provide you with “official information” in this posting only from our local authorities throughout the day.] Two Documents: Daily Report from Inyo County COVID-19 Emergency Operations AND Joint Press Release from Inyo County Northern Inyo Healthcare District and  City […]

 
Continue Reading · 1
Breaking News (2)

Inyo County now has two confirmed positive COVID-19 cases

3-27 Update: Please note that unfortunately these stats will increase. See article published 3-27 and future stories for additional cases. Inyo County now has two confirmed positive COVID-19 cases (March 26, 2020) Inyo County’s Public Health Officer, Dr. James Richardson, has received two notifications over the past three days from the Northern Inyo Hospital District […]

 
Continue Reading · 0
SierraWave.net

Latest Monday Media Conference Call with NIHD

On Monday’s media conference call with NIHD Rural Health Director, Dr. Stacey Brown, gave those of us in the local news media the latest update on COVID-19 in the Bishop and Inyo County area. He assured us that “Inyo County still does not have anyone who has tested positive for the coronavirus.” Although there has […]

 
Continue Reading · 8
download (4)

DARK SKY POLICY PROPOSED FOR CITY OF BISHOP

At the City Council meeting held on February 10th, city officials discussed the proposition of implementing a Dark Sky Ordinance. Public Works Director, Deston Dishion told the council members background onthe topic saying that, “A lot of cities across the entire world are a part of the movement to reduce light pollution in order to […]

 
Continue Reading · 14
cityofbishopseal

BISHOP CITY COUNCIL TO VOTE ON NEW CITY ADMINISTRATOR CONTRACT

  Bishop City Council will vote on the appointment and employment agreement with Rondall Phillips, the final candidate for the City Administrator position at this evening’s meeting. Phillips’ LinkedIn page shows a broad range of experience in city management, regional transportation and water and wastewater management and government relations. The employment agreement is for a […]

 
Continue Reading · 4
SierraWave.net

ESCOG fine-tunes JPA document

By Deb Murphy The Eastern Sierra Council of Governments was well on its way to becoming capable of managing its own grants by becoming a Joint Powers Authority when it hit a snag.  Bishop Councilmember Stephen Muchovej was reluctant to give ESCOG the power to take regional positions or policies without agreement from all four […]

 
Continue Reading · 0