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November 5th

Court project gets official go-ahead

November 5, 2012

 

 

Inyo County court officials received permission last week to proceed with their new court facilities project, beginning with site selection in Bishop.

Fair CEO resigns

November 5, 2012

Jim Tatum is hanging up the keys to his tractor.
In what he described Friday as a “win-win situation” for himself and the Eastern Sierra Tri-County Fairgrounds, Tatum announced he would be vacating his post as fairgrounds CEO at the end of the month to free up critically needed funding.
According to Tatum, he has accepted the position of deputy Public Works director with the County of Inyo.

November 1st

Solar project becoming reality at Big Pine Schools

November 1, 2012

The massive structures going up in Big Pine schools’ parking lot are not two carport on steroids. By early next week, solar panels will be installed on top of the girders and the Big Pine Unified School District will be on its way to near energy self-sufficiency.
When completed by mid-December, the solar installation will provide 80 percent of the schools’ electricity, indirectly, and, even more importantly, reduce their bill by the same. With an average monthly $5,000 electricity bill, that translates into a $48,000 annual savings.

Run returns with message of wellness, community

November 1, 2012

Toiyabe Indian Health Project is gearing up for the 31st annual Toiyabe Road Run scheduled for this Saturday at the Millpond Recreation Center.
The annual road run is designed to get residents of all ages and abilities together for a fun, healthy day of activity and fellowship centered around three races of various lengths, a 10K, a 5K and a 1K.

Plans coming together for corridor overhaul

November 1, 2012

City of Bishop Public Works continues to court community input on proposed upscale upgrades to the Warren Street corridor.
Although the project won’t break ground for several years, the look of the completed project is taking shape on project drawings and an environmental analysis is also in the works. Progress can be greatly furthered by community feedback, said Director of Public Works David Grah. “Public input is a continuous process.”

Effort to catalogue local addresses under way

November 1, 2012

Inyo officials are beginning an effort to locate and catalogue every physical address in the county this week.
The Sheriff’s Department, utilizing a 2011 Homeland Security Grant, has contracted with Geographic Technologies Group to verify addresses throughout the county.
According to Sheriff’s Public Information Officer Carma Roper, crews from GTG will be out and about for the next month to ensure that every building in Inyo has a physical address that is correctly recorded in county documents.

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