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Inyo County and Developer to Break Ground on New Consolidated Building

PRESS RELEASE FROM INYO COUNTY County officials and representatives from Wolverine/Inyo LLC will officially break ground on the Consolidated Office Building in Bishop this Friday, March 6, 2020. The public is invited to attend the ceremony. This groundbreaking has been at least 10 years in the making. The site of the future building is 1360 […]

 
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Inyo County District 2 Supervisor Forum at Cerro Coso College

Current District 2 Supervisor Jeff Griffiths, in his second term, and challenger Heather Lind, who is currently on the City of Bishop Planning Commission and a substitute teacher, met at a Candidates Forum at Cerro Coso Community College in Bishop last Thursday, February 20th. The Forum was hosted by Inyo350, a local non-profit whose mission […]

 
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Judge Dean Stout with Supvrs Matt Kingsley, Jeff Griffiths and Mark Tillemans

Inyo Supervisors Griffiths, Tillemans, Kingsley sworn in (again)

Tuesday, at noon, January 3, over 60 family, friends, and county officials looked on, as Superior Court Judge Dean Stout gave the Oath of Office to reelected County District Supervisors Jeff Griffiths (2nd District), Mark Tillemans (4th District) and Matt Kingsley (5th District) inside the courthouse in Independence. All three supervisors easily won re-election 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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Administrator talks “structural deficit”

Depending on how you look at things, Inyo County could be a total of $6.3 million in the hole in what the County Administrator called a “structural deficit” when he reported to the Board on Tuesday. CAO Kevin Carunchio said the $6.3 million could be a “hard number”. He added that department revenues could also […]

 
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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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Why did Inyo Board OK raises they couldn’t pay for?

Why did the Inyo Supervisors vote for raises that added up to $2 million without the money to pay for them? That’s the puzzler for many people as the Board and Administrator drag through cuts that sharply offend citizens and Department heads. Sierra Wave Media talked to four supervisors about why they okayed raises without […]

 
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Bishop City Council: new councilman? and social media

Although the current four Bishop City Council members seemed evenly split over how to fill the vacancy on the Council, they did come together to consider appointment of the fourth highest vote-getter in the last election. That item is on the Council agenda for Monday. Item number 15, close to the very end of the […]

 
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Friday deadline to run for Bishop City Council

Friday at 4:30pm – that’s the deadline to file papers to run for a seat on the Bishop City Council. At last word, two candidates and all three incumbents have filed. So, a race is on. Up for election are the Council seats of Mayor Dave Stottlemyre and Councilmembers Laura Smith and Susan Cullen. Challenging […]

 
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