Inyo Supes Consider Banning Campfires in County-Managed Campgrounds

Inyo Supes Hold Special Meeting To Consider Banning Campfires in County-managed Campgrounds

The Inyo County Board of Supervisors will hold a special meeting Friday, August 20, to consider prohibit campfires at County-managed campgrounds.
The open session of the meeting begins at 8:30 a.m. The discussion on campfire prohibition is the only item for discussion.
Emergency Services Manager Kelley Williams requested the discussion based on local fire conditions and action taken by the Bureau of Land Management August 13 to ban campfires on all BLM lands, including developed recreational sites. The Inyo National Forest Service still allows campfires in designated sites, at least as of August 19 morning.

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Adolf
Adolf
1 month ago

We need to lock down all of these activities to stop the spread of the people and fires! Things were a little different 100 years ago.

INYOFACE
INYOFACE
1 month ago
Reply to  Adolf

Don’t you mean like around 80 years ago , ADOLF ?

INYOFACE
INYOFACE
1 month ago

Of Course the INYO County Supervisors have no problem with this decision , They live in Big Homes with big back yards with Fire Pits and ponds full of trout . Why would they want us PEONS to enjoy the same freedoms that they possess .
Those Fire pits were placed there by Freedom Loving Americans close to a hundred years ago .
Time for them to go , Get WOKE people , Or Else .

SkierBob
SkierBob
1 month ago

No fires needed. Look at the stars.

MITCH DOBROWNER
MITCH DOBROWNER
1 month ago

Where (at what location) is the meeting to be held? Thanks!

MC Hubbard
Admin
1 month ago

Meetings are held in Independence in the in the Supervisor’s building next to the courthouse.

Harold
Harold
1 month ago
Reply to  MC Hubbard

Are you sure MC? That may be where it is held but where can he view the meeting? If you send someone to Independence and they can’t get in the meeting it would be a real bummer.

MC Hubbard
Admin
1 month ago
Reply to  Harold

Board Members and Staff will participate via Zoom webinar, accessible to the public at
https://zoom.us/j/868254781. Individuals will be asked to provide their name and an email address in order to
access the videoconference. Anyone who does not want to provide their email address may use the following
generic, non-functioning address to gain access: [email protected].

What's Yer 10-20?
What's Yer 10-20?
1 month ago

Mitch – do you really think you need to put “at what location” in parentheses after the word “where”?

Cause most people already know that’s what the word “where” means.

Oh wait, this is Inyo County – we do need brush-ups on things like the definition of “where.”

My bad.