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Mammoth Town Council Provides a $100,000 Grant to Inyo Mono Advocates for Community Action

    Mammoth Town Council voted unanimously to provide a $100,000 grant to Inyo Mono Advocates for Community Action in the face of the organization’s financial crisis. Mammoth was the first of four government entities, dependent on IMACA to provide critical services, to approve emergency funding. The City of Bishop and Inyo and Mono counties […]

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Mono County Health Dept. Clarifies Covid-19 Test Results Guidance Protocols In Wake Of Rapid Rise In Positive Cases Strains

  Following a rapid rise in positive COVID- 19 (Coronavirus) cases, the Mono County Health Department (Public Health) is urging residents and visitors to follow proper guidance and protocols upon receiving a positive COVID-19 test result. The dramatic increase in positive COVID-19 cases is impacting the Public Health Department’s ability to provide adequate contact tracing […]

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December 19, 2021 Bishop’s Eastern Sierra Regional Airport Officially Open For Business

  Bishop’s Eastern Sierra Regional Airport has officially opened with the first commercial flights arriving Sunday December 19, 2021. Four and a half years ago, the then Inyo County’s Public Works Director, the late Clint Quilter, was spearheading the development of Bishop’s Airport. At that point, the project was in the first of a three […]

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MAMMOTH LAKES POLICE DEPARTMENT AWARDED $344,273 TOBACCO GRANT

    November 23, 2021 – Mammoth Lakes Police Department is pleased to announce that our Agency was selected to receive $344,273 in State funding from the California Department of Justice Tobacco Grant Program. This competitive grant is authorized under the California, Research and Prevention Tobacco Act of 2016 (Proposition 56) and provides program funding […]

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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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T-MOBILE AWARDS TOWN OF MAMMOTH LAKES $50,000 TO BUILD A COMMUNITY DOG PARK 

On September 23, 2021, T-Mobile announced 25 lucky small towns awarded with Hometown Grants to jumpstart vital community development projects to re-energize towns and build upon what makes them unique. The Town of Mammoth Lakes was the only small, rural town in California to be awarded with $50,000 to build a community dog park.   Over the next […]

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Increase in Covid-19 Cases Results In Lack of Staffing Causing The Temporary Closure of Mammoth Middle and High Schools

Increase in COVID-19 Cases Results in Lack of Staffing to Support In-Classroom Instruction September 20, 2021 – Dr. Richard O. Johnson, Acting Public Health Officer for Mono County, has issued a Local Health Order (Order) requiring the closure of in-person instruction at Mammoth Middle School and Mammoth High School due to an outbreak of positive […]

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The California Citizens Redistricting Commission Needs Your Input!

We still have time slots available to provide Communities of Interest public input at one of our upcoming meetings. Sign up today! Friday, August 20, 2021 Meeting  (Zone G- Alpine, Amador, Calaveras, Inyo, Mariposa, Mono, Tuolumne  ) 2:00 P.M. – 6:00 P.M. daily or upon conclusion of business Register Here https://www.wedrawthelinesca.org/august_20_coi_input_meeting Meeting Agenda August 20, 2021 Meeting Registration is recommended but not […]

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The State Recommends Masking For Public Indoor Settings

PRESS RELEASE: Stuart Brown The State recommends masking for public indoor settings to slow the spread of COVID-19 and the Delta variant. Effective immediately, face coverings (masks) are required for all individuals in the following indoor settings, regardless of vaccination status: On public transit Indoors in K-12 schools and childcare Emergency shelter and cooling centers Healthcare settings State and local […]

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Town of Mammoth Lakes Council’s Tuesday, July 7th | Summary of Meeting and Actions

Summary of July 7th Town Council Meeting Town Council Proceeds with Mammoth Lakes Recreation Agreement On July 7, Town Council approved a one-year agreement with Mammoth Lakes Recreation to continue cooperative efforts related to enhancing the outdoor recreational experiences, engaging with the community, and supporting ongoing investment in our trails and services. The one-year agreement […]

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