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Board of Supervisors to Meet in Bishop

The Inyo County Board of Supervisors will hold its June 25 meeting at the Clint G. Quilter Consolidated Office Building in Bishop.

The meeting will be held in Community Room 101 (ground floor, off the main lobby) at 1360 N. Main St. The Board will convene in closed session shortly after its 8:30 a.m. start time and is scheduled to return to open session at 10 a.m.
There will be two general public comment periods reserved for items not on the agenda. Comment specific to any agenda item can be made at the time it is under Board consideration.

Items for June 25 include introduction of new Health & Human Services employees, a presentation from the Sierra Business Council on the Sierra Jobs First initiative, possible approval of adding additional Inyo County projects to the regional Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy that includes Mono and Alpine counties, and possible approval of the Fiscal Year 2024-2025 Lower Owens River Project Work Plan, Budget, and Schedule.

The public is encouraged to attend, either in person or via Zoom at: https://zoom.us/j/868254781. The meeting may also be accessed by telephone at the following numbers: (669) 900-6833; (346) 248-7799; (253) 215-8782; (929) 205-6099; (301) 715-8592; (312) 626-6799. Webinar ID: 868 254 781. Anyone unable to attend the Board meeting in person who wishes to make either a general public comment or a comment on a specific agenda item may do so by utilizing the Zoom “hand-raising” feature when appropriate during the meeting (the Chair will call on those who wish to speak). Generally, speakers are limited to three minutes.

The June 25 agenda and backup material can be found at: https://inyococa.portal.civicclerk.com/event/3255/overview
or
https://www.inyocounty.us/government/publications-reports-plans-proclamations/meeting-agendas-minutes.

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