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Inyo Supervisors Get Updates On Edison Power Shutdowns and Lahontan’s List of Impaired Waters

Southern California Edison’s public information officer had some reassuring words for Inyo County. While public safety power shutoffs are a possibility during the year-long fire season, the utility is making an effort to avoid them. Robert Stein ran through those efforts at Tuesday’s Board of Supervisor meeting. Describing the three elements that contribute to wildland […]

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BCWA asks Edison to modify creek flows

The Bishop Creek Water Association Board recently voted to send a letter to Southern California Edison asking for modification of Bishop Creek flows to keep water in the upper lakes and water flowing down the creek as long as possible this summer. The letter, signed by Water Association President Steve Stevens, points to the “very […]

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Agencies work on water flow plan

As the weather heats up and water pours down Bishop Creek drainage, officials from water and power agencies continue to meet and negotiate over a plan that will keep the creek and the lakes from running dry at summer’s end. That’s what happened last year, and as a result several domestic wells went dry in […]

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Edison says creek managed to maintain flows

Both Edison and Department of Water and Power officials have hinted at possible talks and plans to keep water flowing down Bishop Creek this summer in view of the third drought year. Now, Edison says they did make an earlier decision to manage flows to help keep water flowing into West Bishop. We asked Debbie […]

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A plea to manage lakes

As wells go dry in West Bishop, one resident, Philip Anaya, has launched an effort to impact the management of the Bishop Creek drainage next summer. Anaya read a letter to the Inyo Supervisors on Tuesday that he has sent to Department of Water and Power Manager James Yannotta. Anaya’s goal is recovery of South […]

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