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Who Gets Paid What: Supervisors and Council Members in Inyo and Mono counties

The Inyo County Board of Supervisors’ pay raise raised the question: how much the Mono County Supervisors do the Mammoth Town Council and Bishop City Council members take home each month? So, we (Sierra Wave) asked. All four entities’ elected officials also hold representative membership on other boards, the Local Transportation Agency, Local Agency Formation […]

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Mono Supervisors Deal with Dual Emergencies: COVID-19 Purple Tier & Mountain View Fire Help

Mono County dodged a bullet two weeks ago, escaping the most restrictive widespread tier in California’s battle against COVID-19. But, with 37 new cases, not related to the outbreak at the Mountain Warfare Training Center at Pickel Meadows and a 9.5-percent positive testing rate, the County is now officially in the purple, widespread, tier.   […]

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Notes from Eastern Sierra meetings

By Deb Murphy Mono Board of Supervisors After Ron McMartin and Layton Peterson finished a bidding war on the Mono County-owned property at 71 Davison in Mammoth Lakes, the Mono Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to reject the market value bids, ending at $185,000, and pursue the three affordable housing proposals. McMartin told the Board […]

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Mono Supervisors want more information on Mammoth Mall before pulling trigger on McFlex

By Deb Murphy Considering a potential $10 million savings on South County offices, Mono County’s Board of Supervisors had to take a two-week breath before committing to a brand, new facility. “We’re ready to move forward and execute a contract with a designer” on the McFlex parcel project, Tony Dublino, assistant CAO, reported at Tuesday’s […]

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Mono Supervisors’ closed sessions

The Mono County Supervisors planned to meet in a special session Thursday afternoon at 2:30pm in Bridgeport. The Board meeting addresses the County Administrative Officer position. Board Chair Byng Hunt said that the County closed CAO applications on April 15th and had received 25 applications. Hunt said that the special meeting marks the first review […]

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