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Klondike Lake Opens for 2020 Season

Klondike Lake, which can be seen from US Highway 395, is about 2 miles north of Big Pine, located in an alkalini sink. It is an enhancement and mitigation project by the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power. While some locals swim there, it is used more for power and non-power boating. Because of […]

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Klondike Lake to open May 24th

DWP news release BISHOP, CA – The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) announced that Klondike Lake will be open to public boating seven days a week beginning Friday, May 24, 2019 through Monday, September 30, 2019. Precautions are still being taken to guard against invasive mussels, so all motorized watercraft must be […]

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Klondike Lake opens this Friday for public boating

News release The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) announced that Klondike Lake will be open to public boating seven days a week beginning Friday, May 25, 2018 through Labor Day, Monday, September 3, 2018. Access for motorized watercraft being transported by car, truck and/or trailer will be allowed daily for a one-hour period […]

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More mitigation projects undone

In a list of some 55 mitigation projects the Department of Water and Power was required to complete in a signed agreement more than 20 years ago, nearly half are undone or have problems. Earlier we ran through missing mitigation in the Laws and Bishop areas. We now pick up the examination at Klondike Lake […]

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Bureaucrat Beat: Obscene pool, truth to power, and kissing babies

“From city halls to county courthouses, from the State house to the White House – bureaucrats control our lives.  Public servants who often try to become our masters.  People whose salaries we pay, but what goods and services do we get?  On Sierra Wave’s Bureaucrat Beat, we’ll report what they’re up to.”  That’s the Bureaucrat […]

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