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Inyo Supervisors Face Redistricting Decision Tuesday, Dec. 14

  Following a series of discussions on the 10-year requirement to look at redistricting, the Inyo County Board of Supervisors will be making that decision at Tuesday’s meeting. Setting the boundaries for the five supervisorial districts is an 11:05 timed item. The 2020 Census indicated population shifts, primarily away from the southern communities and toward […]

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Public Comment Still Being Sought On Inyo County Redistricting Maps Until December 14

    The Inyo County Board of Supervisors is poised to make a final determination on redistricting next week, and reminds the public that feedback is still welcome and encouraged. On Tuesday, December 14, 2021, the Board, serving as the Inyo County Redistricting Commission, will hold its eighth and final public hearing regarding the 2021 […]

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Caltrans Reminds Motorists to Be Prepared When Traveling During the Winter Snow Season

  BISHOP — Caltrans would like to remind the traveling public to practice caution and be prepared for winter weather throughout Eastern Kern, Inyo, and Mono counties. With winter storm activity picking up for the season, motorists need to be ready for whatever conditions the weather may bring. When visiting higher elevations, drivers are reminded […]

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Eastern Sierra Area Agency on Aging Advisory Council Has Four Vacancies – Application Period Extended To December 11

    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Inyo County Board of Supervisors has extended the application period for four (4) upcoming vacancies on the Eastern Sierra Area Agency on Aging Advisory Council, with two-year terms ending December 11, 2023. The Advisory Council shall be comprised of nine (9) total members from across the two-county […]

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Application Period For Two Community Commissioners For First 5 Children and Families Commission Ends December 5

  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Inyo County Board of Supervisors is extending the application period for two (2) three-year “Community Commissioner” terms on the First 5 Children and Families Commission, ending December 5, 2024. First 5 Inyo County is recruiting volunteer Commissioners who have experience with young children ages zero to five and […]

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Shop With A Cop, COVID-style, Planned for December 11

  Shop with a Cop was a fun, if chaotic, event, really kicking off the Christmas season. COVID, and the loss of K-Mart, changed that drastically last year and this year the Eastern Sierra Peace Officers Association has made modifications that bring it a little closer to the original intent: both celebration of the giving […]

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LADWP To Hold Lower Owens River Virtual Public Meeting On December 7, 2021

    LADWP and the County of Inyo have released the Lower Owens River Project 2021 Draft Annual Report. The draft report is available at ladwp.com/LORP. The report represents the completion of the fifteenth year of monitoring for the project. A virtual public meeting will be held to discuss the draft report on Tuesday, December 7, […]

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Arsenic, lead, zinc, and antimony in a National Park? Removal of contaminated soils proposed at Gold Hill Mill By National Park Service

DEATH VALLEY, CA – The National Park Service (NPS) seeks public feedback on a proposal to remove contaminated soils from Gold Hill Mill in Death Valley National Park. The mercury amalgamation mill was in use from the 1930s through the 1950s in Warm Springs Canyon in the southern end of the park. The mill site […]

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California Citizens Redistricting Commission Opens Up Additional Time Slots Allowing More Comment Opportunities During November 17-23

Today at 8am the California Citizens Redisstricting Commission opened up additional timeslots to allow for more comment opportunities on draft maps during the November 17-23 public input meetings. Please be advised that in order to create additional time slots, the amount of time given for public comment has decreased to 2.5 minutes per person. Appointments […]

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Parents Your High School Student Can Earn College Credit: Find Out How November 16, 2021

  Cerro Coso Community College is hosting a virtual Dual and Concurrent Programs Workshop for parents of high school students on Tuesday, November 16 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. If you are the parent of a junior or senior in high school, find out how your student can get a head start in earning college […]

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