Tag Archives | inyo

imgres

Housing Disaster Just As State Enacts Rent Relief

By Deb Murphy Both Inyo County and the City of Bishop will be voting on emergency rent control measures to avoid what has already happened at the Primrose Lane apartments in Bishop. Here’s the background: the state legislature passed AB 1482 to restrict rent increases to a maximum of 10-percent. The measure goes into effect […]

 
Continue Reading · 1
USFS_logo1-282x300

State Of The Inyo

The State of the Inyo, current as of 11/7/19 Mono Lake Ranger District Roads open: Sonora Pass (Hwy 108), Monitor Pass (Hwy 89), Ebbetts Pass (Hwy 4), Bodie Road, (SR270), Lundy Canyon Road, Tioga Pass (Hwy 120 W), Saddlebag Road, Hwy 120 E (Benton), June Lake Loop (Hwy 158). Campgrounds open: Lundy Canyon (closing 11/15, county), Lower Lee […]

 
Continue Reading · 0
USFS_logo1-282x300

State Of The Inyo 10-24-19

  The State of the Inyo, current as of 10/24/19 See trail information link below for current trail conditions. Mono Lake Ranger District Roads open: Sonora Pass (Hwy 108), Monitor Pass (Hwy 89), Ebbetts Pass (Hwy 4), Bodie Road (SR270), Lundy Canyon Road, Tioga Pass (Hwy 120 W), Saddlebag Road, Hwy 120 E (Benton), June […]

 
Continue Reading · 0
mmsamainlodge1.jpg

Comments sought on Mammoth Base Land Exchange

Press release The Inyo, Stanislaus and Plumas National Forest are seeking input for the proposed Mammoth Base Land Exchange. At this time, a Draft Environmental Impact Statement is available for public review. The Draft Environmental Impact Statement is available for download from the Inyo National Forest website athttps://www.fs.usda.gov/project/?project=30428. A comment form is included on the […]

 
Continue Reading · 0
Inyo National Forest

Forest Service shares Wild and Scenic Rivers inventory and eligibility findings

USFS press release VALLEJO, California, December 14, 2015 – The U.S. Forest Service’s Pacific Southwest Region is sharing our Wild and Scenic Rivers inventory, eligibility and classification findings for the Inyo, Sequoia and Sierra National Forests. We completed this process as part of our efforts to revise the land and resource management plans (forest plans) for these national […]

 
Continue Reading · 0
SierraWave.net

Updating Fall colors report

CaliforniaFallColor.com provides the following summary of autumn colors from reporting areas of California. A small selection of the best fall color photos of the week is sent to media who requested to be on a list to receive photos.  If you would like to see them, please email editor@californiafallcolor.com. STATEWIDE SUMMARY Peak of the Week, […]

 
Continue Reading · 0
SierraWave.net

Dr. Johnson appointed to state commission

Dr. Richard Johnson, 66, of Mammoth Lakes, has been appointed to the California Commission on Emergency Medical Services, it was announced recently by California Govenor Jerry Brown. A press release from the governor’s office states Dr. Johnson has been a pediatrician at the Southern Mono Healthcare District since 1996. He has been health officer at […]

 
Continue Reading · 1
SierraWave.net

Digital 395 keeps up construction

Obvious in many places along Highway 395 are construction crews, heavy equipment, large spools of conduit or Fiber Optic cable between Carson City and Barstow. It’s all part of Digital 395 and Sarah Messerlian of Mono County sent out an update on the high speed internet project. As most know, this is a 583-mile-long fiber […]

 
Continue Reading · 0
SierraWave.net

Inyo fears over LADWP pumping plan

Uneasy.  That’s how Inyo officials feel about the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power groundwater pumping plan.  For the first time, LADWP has proposed pumping in a wide range of acre feet with no one specific number.  The Inyo Supervisors instructed their water director to express these concerns to LADWP in an official response […]

 
Continue Reading · 5
SierraWave.net

Inyo plans to cut costs with IMAAA

Inyo County issued the following press release: On Tuesday, the Inyo County Board of Supervisors took steps to end Inyo County’s 24-year role as providing administrative services to the Inyo Mono Area Agency on Aging. In deciding to notify the IMAAA Governing Board of its decision not to continue providing administrative services after June 30, […]

 
Continue Reading · 8
SierraWave.net

Law Enforcement Appreciation Day at Bishop City Park

Law Enforcement Appreciation Day 10a-2p Bishop City Park The Bishop Police Department in conjunction with other local law enforcement agencies is sponsoring a Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. There will be booths including on-site Children ID Kits (sponsored by the Masons), Senior Safety information kits, Bike Registration, Volunteer Recruiting, Dunking Booth (who knows which officers will […]

 
Continue Reading · 0
SierraWave.net

Bishop Chamber unveils new history tours

The Bishop Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau issued the following press release: The Bishop Area Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau is pleased to announce a new program designed to give Owens Valley visitors and locals a broader and deeper understanding of our unique and intriguing history. Beginning on September 24th, the Chamber will […]

 
Continue Reading · 2