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Chamber points to optimism among Bishop biz community

March 6, 2012

As part of its mission to support and boost tourism and retail efforts, the Bishop Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau has announced ongoing, multifaceted plans which include revitalizing Bishop’s economy, attracting new businesses, being a presence at major seasonal trade shows, upgrading the Bishop Visitors Bureau and even sprucing up vacant storefront windows.
In addition, four new businesses have opened in Bishop this month alone and mainstays such as Bar-B-Que Bill’s, Taco Bell, Paiute Palace Casino and many hotels and motels are investing in facility upgrades and repairs.

Efforts under way to create a fire-safe Big Pine

March 6, 2012

With the visible scars of last year’s Center Fire still evident, residents of Big Pine took the first step toward forming a Fire Safe Council last Thursday night.
Representatives from CalFire, the Bureau of Land Management and the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power held meetings last week to discuss the advantages of establishing the community-driven councils in both Independence and Big Pine.

Prudent policy produces healthy bottom line for city

March 6, 2012

Civic leaders’ reputation for fiscal conservatism was on display again in recent days as they took steps to ensure measured growth to the City of Bishop’s workforce.
At the request of City Administrator Keith Caldwell, the City Council agreed Feb. 27 to extend Bishop’s hiring freeze for the remainder of current Fiscal Year 2011-12 and through FYs 2012-13 and 2013-14.

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