Three major film productions shot in Inyo County in the past year, helping to strengthen the areaâs reputation as a film friendly community while pouring money into the local economy.
Inyo County Film Commissioner Chris Langley, in his annual report to the Board of Supervisors, said the hard numbers on how much each production spent in the area are not yet available, but he did have a lot of information to share about local film projects.
Inyo County leaders will now be the governing body for senior services in the Eastern Sierra.
On Tuesday, the Board of Supervisors approved the formation of the Eastern Sierra Area Agency on Aging, effectively disbanding the Inyo-Mono Area Agency on Aging.
Under the new agency, the Board of Supervisors will serve as the governing board, and members from the former IMAAA Advisory Council will continue to guide the future of senior services as the ESAAA Advisory Council.
After a decade of planning, design, red tape and construction, Northern Inyo Hospital District officially opens the doors to its new, two-story medical facility this weekend.
First conceived of about 10 years ago, and funded in large part by taxpayers, the building is being unveiled during a grand opening ceremony this Sunday, July 1.
The public is welcome and encouraged to attend, and get an up-close view of what hospital officials call a âstate-of-the-artâ facility offering patients the latest in medical technology with large side orders of privacy, comfort and security.