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What Eastside Governments Want Out of the Covid-19 Relief Stimulus Bill

[Background: The American Rescue Plan pass by Congress and signed into law by President Joe Biden contains $350 billion in funding for state, local, tribal and territorial governments to help with recovering lost funds as a result of losses due to the revenue shortfalls as a result of the Covid-19 Pandemic.] The initial federal COVID-19 […]

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Groundbreaking Ceremony for New Community Recreation Center in Mammoth Lakes

The Town of Mammoth Lakes will be conducting a groundbreaking ceremony for the new Community Recreation Center (CRC) at 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 21, at Mammoth Creek Park.  Members of the Mammoth Lakes Town Council, the Planning and Economic Development Commission (PEDC), the Recreation Commission, and Town staff will be adhering to COVID-19 California […]

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Antelope Springs Road grading near Town of Mammoth Lakes

BISHOP, CA April 2, 2021—A contracting crew is grading Antelope Springs Road (Forest Road 3S05) near the Casa Diablo Geothermal Plant, located near the intersection with State Route 203. Antelope Springs Road leads to numerous dispersed recreation opportunities on the east side of Hwy 395. Please note that there may be delays while the crew […]

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Mono County to Advance to Less Restrictive Red Tier of The Blueprint for A Safer Economy on Sunday

Good News for Mono County!! Moving from Purple Tier to Red Tier on Sunday! Effective Sunday, March 14, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) will reassign Mono County to the less restrictive Tier 2, Substantial (Red), of the Blueprint for a Safer Economy (Blueprint), the State’s “stringent and slow plan for living with COVID-19 […]

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COVID Vaccine Eligibility Expanding Next Week in Inyo County

INYO COUNTY, March 12, 2021 – Beginning March 15, Inyo County will join the State of California to expand eligibility for the COVID vaccine to individuals aged 16-64 who could become extremely sick from COVID-19 as they have the following severe health conditions: Cancer, current with a weakened immune system Chronic kidney disease, Stage 4 […]

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Town of Mammoth Lakes Issues Latest Covid Short-term Lodging Order on Fitness Centers, Spas, etc.

Lodging operations are to follow state guidelines in latest short-term lodging order related to fitness centers, hot tubs, pools or other amenities Outdoor Spa Pools Effective February 1, 2021, Outdoor Spa Pools are approved for use with the following conditions and restrictions: Outdoor spas are restricted to use by members of a single household/living unit […]

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Unified Command Covid-19 Emergency Operations Center Announces Transitions in Mono County

Time for a change as response to COVID-19 shifts gears towards vaccinations. Effective February 5, Mono County Emergency Medical Services Chief Chris Mokracek transitioned into the role of Director of the Emergency Operations Center (EOC), relieving Mammoth Lakes Fire Protection Chief Frank Frievalt. After 47 weeks of collaborative and determined leadership, Chief Frievalt will transition […]

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Mono County Covid-19 Vaccinations Up to 5,000 | Highest per capita in state

Mono County has administered just under 5,000 COVID-19 vaccinations to date, most of which are first doses of the two dose regimen required for maximum protection against the indiscriminate COVID-19 (Coronavirus) continuing to impact the country. Visit the Mono County Vaccination Dashboard updated every Monday, Wednesday and Friday for updated numbers. To stay up to […]

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Mono County positive Covid-19 cases cut by half; Is positive outlook on Tier reassignment justified?

The number of positive Covid-19 cases have been dropping dramatically in Mono County, with health officials saying that the county positive test rate has dropped dramatically by as much as half in the past few weeks. The big question is whether or not the trend continues. There have been ebbs and flows in the number […]

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Mono County Vaccinating Phase 1b – Tier 1 & Individuals with Certain Medical Conditions

Mono County is currently vaccinating eligible individuals in Phase 1B – Tier 1 of the State’s COVID-19 (Coronavirus) vaccine prioritization framework. This phase includes individuals 65 years or older, and people in the following employment categories: Healthcare Emergency Services (police, fire, Search and Rescue, county and town public works/parks maintenance staff, MMSA/June Mountain Ski Patrol) […]

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