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Mountain View Fire | Nov. 22, 2020 UPDATE

MOUNTAIN VIEW FIRE NOVEMBER 22, 2020 UPDATE Email: [email protected] Twitter: @MonoSheriffs @BLMca Phone: 530-324-2162 Incident Website: https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/7270/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/blmcalifornia/ www.facebook.com/MonoSheriff www.facebook.com/AntelopeValleyFireDepartment Incident Information: Fire Size: 20,385 acres | Containment: 65% | Crews: 3 | Engines: 15  | Water Tenders: 2 | Total Personnel: 202 Current Situation: The Mountain View fire is 65% contained. While the […]

 
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Mono County sets up Local Assistance Center for Mountain View Fire victims needing help

Local Assistance – Center Opening The County of Mono is leading the effort to provide disaster recovery assistance to residents impacted by the Mountain View Fire. A Local Assistance Center (LAC) will be temporarily set up to help residents get free resources and compassionate support for their recovery process. Examples of Services Available and Agencies: […]

 
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Inyo County Sheriff won’t enforce Gov’s Stay at Home Order Curfew | Curfew does not include Inyo County

On Governor Newsom’s Stay at Home Order Statement from the Sheriff On November 19, the Inyo County Sheriff’s Office learned that Governor Newsom would be issuing a “Limited Stay at Home Order” (curfew) to take effect Saturday, November 21, at 10 PM.  It has been the position of the Sheriff to educate citizens and visitors […]

 
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“Purple Tier counties” placed under curfew to slow spread of coronavirus, deaths, and hospitalizations

41 Purple Tier counties, 94% of Californians, placed under curfew to slow the surging spread of COVID-19, hospitalizations, and deaths. Does not currently include Inyo and Mono counties. Gov. Gavin Newsom has ordered a curfew for all California counties in the purple tier (Widespread) of the state’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy. Positive COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations […]

 
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NIHD urges skipping the lab draw line in favor of appointments

As of Monday, Nov. 23, lab draws at Northern Inyo Hospital’s outpatient lab services now require an appointment. The move is not intended to inconvenience those who like to drop-in after seeing their healthcare providers. Instead, it is designed to strengthen social distancing practices and keep patients safe as the nation witnesses the third wave […]

 
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Update on Mountain View Fire | Fatality identified | Donations being accepted for fire victims

Mono County Sheriff’s Office has identified the woman who died in the Mountain View Fire in Walker, Calif. as 69-year-old Sallie Joseph. She was found in the debris of her burned home on Lone Company Road. The Mountain View Fires was fanned by erratic winds that drove the fire into the residential area of Walker, […]

 
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Mono County has funding for ROUND TWO of MONO C.U.R.E. Business Assistance Grant Program.

The Mono C.U.R.E. (County Unified Recovery Effort) is a business assistance grant program designed to provide assistance to businesses in unincorporated Mono County who are experiencing financial hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the statewide Stay-At-Home Executive Order and the subsequent mitigations mandated for business operations. This program is designed to provide “bridge” funding for […]

 
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Joint Mono County and Mammoth Lakes Meeting Held Tuesday | Updated on COVID-19

The Mono County Supervisors and Mammoth Lakes Town Council met Tuesday afternoon for an update on an increasing number of COVID-19 cases throughout the County. With the Mountain View Fire out of control in Walker, claiming one life and destroying property, the meeting took on the feel of an update on the Apocalypse. This has […]

 
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U.S. Highway 395 Now Open from Wildfire Closure | State Route 14 closed | R1 Chain Controls in Mono/Inyo Counties

(November 18, 2020) FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE         U.S. Highway 395 Reopens from Wildfire Closure  MONO COUNTY —Caltrans and CHP have reopened U.S. Highway 395 in Mono County from Emigrant Street in Bridgeport to the Nevada State Line. The road was previously closed due to a wildfire in the area that had evacuated the town of […]

 
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