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Mayor Garcetti lifts Owens Valley emergency declaration

LADWP news release, Nov. 21 LOS ANGELES — Mayor Eric Garcetti (Tuesday) lifted the emergency declaration he initiated in March to protect the lands and communities near the Los Angeles Aqueduct from flooding created by record snowpack in the Eastern Sierra. The declaration helped the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) respond to […]

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LADWP removes temporary dam

Los Angeles Department of Water and Power press release Bishop, CA – After meeting environmental demands in the Eastern Sierra for the irrigation season, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) removed the temporary dam in the Los Angeles Aqueduct, unblocking the system and allowing exportation of approximately 22,000 acre feet (AF) of […]

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Cal Poly looks for new relationship between LA and Inyo-Mono

Would Los Angeles ever consider an equal relationship with the Eastern Sierra?  One based on mutual benefit?  At Cal Poly Pomona, there are those who think it is possible. For the past year, Master of Landscape Architecture students from Cal Poly Pomona held workshops in the Eastern Sierra and examined the Los Angeles Aqueduct and […]

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Digital 395 and better internet service draws near

When the Mammoth Town Council last met, Nate Greenberg, who is co-ordinator for the Digital 395 project, spoke to the Council about issues related to this major undertaking. But it was Councilman John Eastman’s question that most relates to the public. Eastman asked Greenberg when Digital 395 would be complete and when customers could get […]

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Make it a museum holiday

Eastern California Museum is Open Over Labor Day Weekend   (Press Release) The Eastern California Museum in Independence will be open to the public during the entire Labor Day Weekend, from Friday Aug. 31 through Monday, Sept. 3, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Museum is currently showing its latest exhibit, Personal Responsibility: The […]

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Letter to editor: Owens Lake and LADWP choices

LADWP Chooses to Use Water at Owens Lake by Ted Schade, GBUAPD Director            The residents of the Eastern Sierra want clean air and a healthy environment for their families. They want the City of Los Angeles and its Department of Water and Power to finish the work started at Owens Lake and they want […]

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