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Should Inyo County take on more debt?

August 23, 2011

County leaders are considering taking a loan to help pay for some capital improvements, but want to ensure Inyo will get the most bang for its buck before committing.
Inyo County paid off its debt earlier this year, and since then has boasted that it is one of the few debt-free counties in the state, or even the U.S.
This week, Auditor Controller Leslie Chapman went before the board during a budget hearing to broach the subject of taking on new debt that would keep county resources and facilities up-to-date and in operational order.

Farmers Market still expanding in Bishop

August 23, 2011

Organizers of the Eastern Sierra Certified Farmers Market are hoping that the third time’s the charm.
The Farmers Market/marketplace has moved again, this time to the area next to the gazebo behind City Hall.
The market had been held Saturday mornings in the Bishop City Park for years. At the beginning of this year’s season, organizers and some participants wanted to move the market to Friday nights on Main Street, next to Talmage Park. The market will still be from 5-7:30 p.m. Fridays until mid-November, weather and harvests permitting.

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