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Refresher course on Inyo’s consolidated county offices

By Deb Murphy Bishop’s Planning Commission approved a lot split request on the 5.47 acre parcel at Wye Road and Highway 6 at Tuesday’s meeting. If that agenda item rings a bell, it was and still is the potential location of Inyo’s office structure designed to house county staff currently spread over six leases in […]

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Bishop residents skeptical about proposed county building

Bishop Residents Skeptical about Proposed New County Building By Charles James Many Bishop Residents speaking at the final public meeting with the Inyo County Board of Supervisors on the proposal for a new county-lease-to-own building on the Wye Road parcel owned by Joseph Enterprises were clearly skeptical about the proposal. This meeting was much better attended […]

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New Inyo County building plan up for talk

Last year, after consideration of two proposals for 18 months, the Inyo Supervisors decided to exclusively negotiate with Joseph Enterprises of Bishop for the building of a new county office complex at the Wye.  When will the public have a say on this major project?  County Administrator Kevin Carunchio said there are several opportunities ahead. […]

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Supervisors: State woes, salaries, and air service

Our boards of supervisors have scheduled meetings for this week. Today, the Inyo Supervisors planned a special meeting at 9am in the boardroom.  The County Administrator planned to ask the Supervisors to okay an amendment to the exclusive negotiation agreement with Joseph Enterprises. Inyo County wants to negotiate construction and leasing of a county consolidated […]

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Inyo Supervisors consider new center

The Inyo Supervisors will hold a special meeting Thursday.  It’s all in closed session about property negotiations. The agenda items appear to address the possibility of a land purchase by the County to build a new county administrative center.  One of the negotiations involves the Mitchell Asset Group, possibly in connection with developing Inyo County […]

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