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Week of Monday, August 10, 2015


QUICK NOTES FROM TIM

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS NEWSLETTER
Please click on the link below, to read the entire Newsletter from the Mono County Board of Supervisors.
CLICK HERE TO READ THE JULY 2015 NEWSLETTER >

2015 BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA DEADLINE SCHEDULE

CLICK HERE TO SEE THE SCHEDULE >

GOVERNOR ISSUES EXECUTIVE ORDER REGARDING DROUGHT, MANDATORY WATER RESTRICTIONS

CLICK HERE TO SEE THE EXECUTIVE ORDER >

ROUND FIRE INFO

ROUND FIRE DESIGNATED A DISASTER AREA. CLICK TO DOWNLOAD THE NECESSARY PAPERWORK >
ROUND FIRE LOANS AVAILABLE. CLICK TO READ THE PAPERWORK >
ROUND FIRE DISASTER ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE. CLICK TO READ THE PAPERWORK >
ROUND FIRE DISASTER LOANS AVAILABLE. CLICK TO READ THE PAPERWORK >
ROUND FIRE DEBRIS CLEAN-UP INFO. CLICK TO READ INFO FROM MONO COUNTY >
LEARN HOW TO RE-SEED NATIVES ON YOUR PROPERTY. CLICK TO READ THE INFO >
ROUND FIRE BAER ASSESMENT REPORT. CLICK TO DOWNLOAD THE 18 PAGE REPORT >
CLICK HERE TO READ THE INFO AND TO ASSIST THOSE EFFECTED BY THE ROUND FIRE >
WHAT TO DO IF YOU KNOW SOMEONE WHO IS SUFFERING >

EMOTIONAL SUPPORT INFO >
ROUND FIRE RECOVERY RESOURCES >
DISASTER RELEIF AID >
DIGITAL 395 PRESS RELEASE >



ARTICLES OF INTEREST

After the gold rush …
August 7, 2015, Mike Bodine, The Sheet
… Big dollars have been spent on the Digital 395 project that’s supposed to bring high-speed broadband Internet service to the communities surrounding the highway that bears its name, but now that its completed and underground, it’s out of sight and out of mind … unless you’re trying to download pictures from your home in Twin Lakes or Hammil Valley.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >


WILDFIRE INFO
July 27, 4:30PM, 2015, Updated Several Times Daily, InciWeb— Incident Information System
Fire crews will continue to build containment lines on all sides of the fire using direct and indirect strategies. The fire is in steep and rugged terrain, which requires hand crews hiking in and being supported by helicopters and air tankers. A strong high pressure system is expected to move into the area starting today. High temperatures are expected over the fire area over the next few days associated with the weather system.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >


Mammoth briefs
August 7, 2015, The Sheet
PEDC Loves the Place
Mammoth’s Planning and Economic Development Commission (PEDC) discussed a proposed amendment to the roughly $204 million Old Mammoth Place project on Thursday, July 30. By and large, in spite of proposed height variances from 10 to 30 feet, PEDC Commissioners were supportive of changes to the project.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >


California burnin’
August 7, 2015, Katie Vane, The Sheet
Although California has benefited from a surprisingly wet May and June, July and August have nevertheless seen the start of wildfire season. Currently about 20 fires are burning across the State.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >


Mono Sheriff’s office implements Citizen RIMS
August 4, 2015, Sierra Wave
Today, the public is used to being able to look up just about anything on the internet and that certainly includes “government” information, including law enforcement information.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >


Former Mono Sheriff Lloyd ‘Digger’ Wilson dies
August 5, 2015, Sierra Wave
Retired Mono County Sheriff and longtime resident of Mammoth Lakes, Lloyd F. “Digger” Wilson, passed away August 1, 2015, after a long battle with cancer.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >


West Nile virus: Infected mosquitoes test positive for the illness in Fremont
July 31, 2015, Chris, De Benedetti, Mercury News
Mosquitoes collected last week in the Tri-City area were infected with the West Nile virus, county officials said, making them Alameda County's first insects this year to test positive for the illness.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >


Be on lookout for possible suspect
July 7, 2015, Sierra Wave
Type of Incident: Attempted Homicide/Carjacking Suspect Sought
Date/Time of Incident: Sunday July 5, 2015
Suspect: ALAN KIERKEGAARD aka: ALAN SORENSEN aka: ALAN CURTIS SORENSEN KIERKEGAARD
The vehicle is described as a 2013 Honda Accord, Gray, with California license plate 6ZHX462
Do not approach the suspect or the stolen vehicle. Call 911.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Inyo CAO delivers mixed bag of budget news
August 5, 2015, Deb Murphy, Sierra Wave
While some key revenue sources have increased and Inyo County’s budget should come close to balancing with a little help from a $3.5 million fund balance, Chief Administrative Officer Kevin Carunchio strongly urged the Board of Supervisors at Tuesday’s meeting to use this relative lull in the storm to address serious financial issues, including law enforcement costs growing three times faster than other county departments.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >


Bear feeling at home in Crowley Lake
August 5, 2015, Sierra Wave
There is a new local “resident” in the community of Crowley Lake. This is the mountains and bears do share our space.  Due to the current drought conditions, it is anticipated that bears may be forced to seek out food other than their native diet.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >


BLM to construct monitoring wells near Mammoth
August 4, 2015, Sierra Wave
The Bureau of Land Management Bishop Field Office, in coordination with the Inyo National Forest Mammoth Lakes Ranger District, has approved construction of three groundwater monitoring wells near the town of Mammoth Lakes.
The wells will be used to monitor groundwater conditions to provide increased assurance that geothermal resource development in Upper Basalt Canyon will not adversely affect the town’s groundwater supply.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Man-hunt for police shooter continues
August 6, 2015, Mike Gervais, Mammoth Times
Authorities have closed a portion of the Pacific Crest Trail and Paiute Trail in Kern County are closed this week as authorities launch a man hunt for subject believed to be involved in a murder in the Jawbone Canyon area and the shooting of two Kern County Sheriff’s deputies.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Former First Lady Laura Bush Visited Mono County Last Week
August 6, 2015, Mammoth Times
Sheriff Ingrid Braun had the opportunity to spend some time last week with Former First Lady Laura Bush when she visited Mono County with a group of friends for a vacation.
The Mono County Sheriff’s office worked with the United States Secret Service to ensure Mrs. Bush and her fellow travelers safely enjoyed their visit to the Eastern Sierra, according to the sheriff's department.
Mrs. Bush was also in the area to re-dedicate Tioga Pass Road, the highest road across the Sierra, which was dedicated 100 years ago this year on July 29.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Eastside Escapes Worst of Smoke But For How Long?
August 6, 2015, Mammoth Times
Wildfires are surrounding the Eastern Sierra as this graphic shows but so far, the region has escaped the worst effects of the smoke plaguing other areas, although smoke has been an intermittent issue for the past few weeks.
That could change, however, as new fires continue to spark and grow in the state and with no end in sight of the deep drought that has left the state incredibly dry, even in the deep, old-growth forests of Northern California. Graphic/U.S. Forest Service.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Fierce Rocky fire, 40 percent contained, was spurred by windy weather of its own making
August 5, 2015, Katie L. Strong, Sacramento Bee
The Rocky fire in Lake, Yolo and Colusa counties stands out as one of the most ferocious blazes burning in California so far this year – so fierce it’s creating its own weather.
On Thursday morning, the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection said the fire was 40 percent contained. It had consumed 69,600 acres and destroyed 43 residences and 53 outbuildings. Fire officials said 13,118 people remain under evacuation orders.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Brown’s climate message: ‘California’s burning: What are you going to do about it?’
August 6, 2015, Stella Khury & David Siders, Sacramento Bee
After the fire tore through the hills and the evacuation order was lifted, Bill O’Connor returned to his land, lit a Marlboro cigarette and stood before the ashes where his home had been.
In the area where the Rocky Fire broke out last week, dirt roads lead to now-vacant lots. Near Morgan Valley Road, little stands.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Some Who Fled California Wildfire Find Their Home Destroyed
August 6, 2015, Janie Har & Kristen J. Bender, ABC News
Several hundred of the thousands of people driven from their homes by a massive Northern California wildfire began to trickle back to their neighborhoods Thursday, and some saw what they most feared: nothing.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

El Niño signals are still iffy for northern reaches of state
August 6, 2015, Kurtis Alexander, SF Gate
While Southern California remains on track for a wet winter, the forecast for Northern California is still cloudy.
The strengthening El Niño that’s expected to bring moisture to at least the southern part of the state is already stirring surprise showers there. Last month, Los Angeles and San Diego set rainfall records.
But it remains to be seen how far north the rain will spread. Only recently did the U.S. Climate Prediction Center say the Bay Area is about a third more likely to be wet than dry come winter, and it has yet to say anything about the state’s far northern reaches.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Plague found in child camping in Yosemite National Park
August 6, 2015, Jenna Lyons, SF Gate
A child has contracted the plague after a camping trip to Yosemite National Park and Stanislaus National Forest, prompting state health officials to launch an emergency investigation and perform an environmental evaluation to determine if the bacterial disease has spread.
It is the first case of plague reported in California since 2006.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Arson suspect linked to 30 fires caught in Northern California
August 5, 2015, Joseph Serna, LA Times
It started in April, with small fires on the side of highways in Contra Costa County.
There was a pattern to them, investigators thought. By late spring, dozens of these small fires were popping up -- and now they were igniting in neighboring counties.In some cases, the flames were so close to homes that residents were alerted for possible evacuations, authorities say.
But on Wednesday, investigators with the Contra Costa County Fire Protection District and California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection announced that they’ve put a lid on the mysterious fires with the arrest of James William Wilson, 29.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Judge halts release of names of DWP customers who got grants to replace lawns
August 5, 2015, Matt Stevens & Morgan Cook, LA Times
Heeding the call to conserve water, tens of thousands of Southern California residents and businesses replaced their lawns with drought-tolerant landscaping with the help of $340 million in grants from the Metropolitan Water District.
Government officials have praised those who got rid of their grass. But now, a legal battle is brewing over whether officials must reveal the names of those who got the money, which amounted to up to $2 per square foot of turf removed.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Heat and drought devastate sockeye salmon fishing and spawning on Washington rivers
August 3, 2015, William Yardley, LA Times
Here at the confluence of the Okanogan and Columbia rivers, tens of thousands of sockeye and chinook salmon stage themselves every summer in an underwater base camp, waiting to make a final push to higher elevations in Canada and their cold-stream destiny: spawning.
Their layover here in the "Brewster Pool," home of the annual Brewster King Salmon Derby, is usually brief but it can make for fishing bliss.
This year, though, the only salmon that can legally be caught in the derby that began Friday are big chinooks. The much smaller sockeye salmon — to many mouths much tastier — have suddenly become off-limits, as fishery managers report a sudden and alarming plunge in their numbers.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Treasures revealed as California drought drains lakes
August 6, 2015, Javier Panzane, LA Times
The Lakeview Motel's name is false advertising these dry days.
The same thing is true for the Paradise Cove Lodge down California 178.
That's because the water level in man-made Lake Isabella has dropped about 59 feet since the last big wet year in 2011. There are 32,632 acre-feet of water in the lake — 5.8 % of the lake's capacity, according to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Trickle-down politics: Drought could force real change among city, state leaders
August 6, 2015, Cathleen Decker, LA Times
It's something of a relief, if a mixed one, that the drought has surged into the role of the latest scourge to freak out California.
It's a relief in the sense that it means that the California economy, so recently frighteningly rocky, has receded as the top-billed problem facing the state, even if the recovery is more patchy and vulnerable than anyone might wish.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

California pays off $14 billion in costly debt from 2004
August 6, 2015, Juliet Williams, The Washington Post
California closed an ugly chapter in its financial history on Wednesday by making its final payment on $14.2 billion in costly borrowing that plugged a budget deficit 11 years ago but eventually cost taxpayers about $5 billion in interest and fees.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

CDFW Now Accepting Proposals for Proposition 1 Restoration Grant Programs
August 6, 2015, DFW News
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) is now accepting proposals for restoration projects that further the objectives of the California Water Action Plan (CWAP).
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Another Turkey Vulture Poisoned by Euthanasia Drug
August 7, 2015, DFW News
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) recently confirmed another turkey vulture was poisoned by the euthanasia drug pentobarbital. It was found near Inverness, in Marin County, and taken to the wildlife hospital operated by the nonprofit WildCare in San Rafael.
Pentobarbital is a drug used by veterinarians to euthanize companion animals, livestock and horses. If animals are euthanized with pentobarbital and the remains are not properly disposed of, scavenging wildlife – such as turkey vultures and eagles – can be poisoned. Veterinarians and animal owners are responsible for disposing of animal remains properly by legal methods such as cremation or deep burial.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Fish and Game Commission Votes to Ban Bobcat Trapping Statewide
August 7, 2015, DFW News
The California Fish and Game Commission voted 3-2 to ban bobcat trapping statewide. Commission President Jack Baylis and Commissioners Anthony Williams and Eric Sklar voted in favor of a statewide ban. Commission Vice President Jim Kellogg and Commissioner Jacqueline Hostler-Carmesin voted against it.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Lightning to bring critical fire danger to Lake Tahoe
August 7, 2015, Jeff DeLong, Reno Gazette-Journal
As another round of thunderstorms heads for for the Reno-Tahoe area, forecasters are warning of lightning strikes that could start dangerous wildfires.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Hopocalypse: Drought threatens beer supply
August 7, 2015, USA Today & Reno Gazette-Journal
A worsening drought on the West Coast could spell trouble for some breweries who depend on water to harvest hops.
Video
CLICK HERE TO SEE THE VIDEO >

RGJ water audit suggests some needed changes
August 7, 2015, Jeff DeLong, Reno Gazette-Journal
With regards to water use during a summer of drought, the Reno Gazette-Journal can make a few improvements at home.
That was the essential conclusion of officials from the Truckee Meadows Water Authority, who on Tuesday conducted a water-use audit of the RGJ’s building. As the RGJ publishes a series of articles investigating the drought’s effects and water use in the Reno area, we asked experts from our water provider to tell us how we are doing.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Our view: Local government not taking drought seriously
August 3, 2015, Opinion: RGJ Editorial Board, Reno Gazette-Journal
We are not in the first year of a drought. Nor the second or third.
Northern Nevada is in the fourth year of a drought. It is a drought more serious than the one that ended in 1994.
That one lasted eight years but had wet years mixed in that allowed municipal water sources to be recharged.
The current drought has involved four straight dry years. It is exceptionally bad, the worst of the worst — this description is not hyperbole but the label given yet again this week for Reno-Sparks by the U.S. Drought Monitor.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Ask the RGJ: Does removing lawn raise electric bill?
August 6, 2015, Mark Robinson, Reno Gazette-Journal
A recent letter to the editor said replacing lawn with xeriscaping causes more heat to radiate into a house, raising air-conditioning costs. A number of readers asked if this was true. Short answer: It can, but it doesn't have to.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >





NEWSLETTERS & OTHER COUNTY INFO

MONO COUNTY
VISIT THE MONO COUNTY WEB PAGE >
SMOKE & LIGHTNING TO BE BOTHERSOME THIS WEEK. HERE IS HOW TO COPE >;
MONO COUNTY & INYO COUNTY VETS CAN GET LOCAL HEALTH CARE >
MONO COUNTY & INYO COUNTY VETERANS OFFICE HOURS >
MONO COUNTY CAN HELP YOUR BUSINESS FIND QUALIFIED EMPLOYEES. CLICK HERE FOR INFO >
MONO COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT EBOLA REDINESS MEMO >
CLICK HERE TO READ INFO REGARDING SAFE ONLINE PASSWORD HELP >
CLICK HERE TO READ INFO FROM CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION COUNCIL >
CLICK HERE TO READ INFO ON HOW TO PUT YOUR BABY TO SLEEP SAFELY >
CLICK HERE TO READ INFO ON HOW TO TEST FOR RADON >
MONO COUNTY WINTER FISHING HIGHLIGHTED IN MAGAZINE. CLICK HERE TO READ INFO >
PENSION POACHING SCAM OF SENIORS. CLICK HERE TO READ INFO >

CALTRANS
395 IN LEE VINING CONTRUCTION BEGINS. ROAD CLOSURES UP TO 1 HR 6-7AM >

ESTA (EASTERN SIERRA TRANSIT AUTHORITY)
REIMBURSMENTS BEING OFFERED FOR DISABLED TRANSPORTATION. CLICK TO READ THE INFO >
DRIVER APPLICATION >
DRIVER RELEASE FORM >
REIMBURSEMENT FORM >

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES
GET YOUR CHILD DENTAL CLEANINGS YEARLY. CLICK TO READ THE INFO IN ENGLISH >
GET YOUR CHILD DENTAL CLEANINGS YEARLY. CLICK TO READ THE INFO IN SPANISH >

SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER
READ HOW TO SUCCESSFULLY APPLY FOR AND GET A SMALL BUSINESS LOAN >
MONO COUNTY CAN HELP YOUR BUSINESS FIND QUALIFIED EMPLOYEES. CLICK HERE FOR INFO >

FROM SENATOR BERRY HILL, 8TH DISTRICT
CLICK HERE TO READ THE 'BERRY HILL BULLETIN' JULY NEWSLETTER >
MAMMOTH HIGH SUPERSTAR HONORED AT THE STATE CAPITOL. CLICK TO READ THE INFO >
CLICK TO READ CURRENT INFO FROM SENATOR HILL'S OFFICE >

EASTERN SIERRA COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
CLICK HERE TO READ THE LEGISLATIVE PLATFORM INFO >

STATE OF CALIFORNIA – BUSINESS, CONSUMER SERVICES & HOUSING AGENCY,
DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS OVERSIGHT

CLICK HERE TO READ SURVEY INFO REGARDING PAYDAY LENDERS >
CLICK HERE TO THE INFO REGARDING UNCLAIMED PROPERTY SEMINAR >
38TH ANNUAL OFFICER & DIRECTOR COMPENSATION SURVEY>

STATE OF CALIFORNIA
STATE OF CA OFFERING DRIVERS LICENSES TO ALL IMMIGRANTS_FLYER IN ENGLISH >
STATE OF CA OFFERING DRIVERS LICENSES TO ALL IMMIGRANTS_FLYER IN SPANISH >

FEMA
CLICK HERE TO READ INFO ON WILDFIRE PREPAREDNESS >
CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE FEMA NATIONAL PREPAREDNESS COMMUNITY WEBSITE >
CLICK HERE TO READ INFO REGARDING PEDIATRIC DISASTER RESPONSE & EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS >
NEW PSA FOCUSED ON PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES. CLICK TO READ THE INFO >

OSHA (OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH ADMINISTRATION) & NSC (NATIONAL SAFETY COUNCIL)
CLICK HERE TO READ INFO REGARDING DISTRACTED DRIVING FACTS >
CLICK HERE TO READ INFO REGARDING SAFE DRIVING PRACTICES_ENGLISH >
CLICK HERE TO READ INFO REGARDING SAFE DRIVING PRACTICES_SPANISH >

RED CROSS
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD A 21 WEEK CHECKLIST TO BE PREPARED FOR A NATURAL DISASTER >
CLICK HERE TO READ THE FLYER IN SPANISH >
CLICK HERE TO READ THE FLYER IN ENGLISH >

CSAC (CALIFORNIA STATE ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES)
CLICK HERE TO READ THE AUGUST 7 BULLETIN >
CLICK HERE TO READ THE JULY 17 BULLETIN >
GOVERNOR DIRECTS MANDATORY WATER REDUCTIONS & ISSUES EXECUTIVE ORDER >
CLICK HERE TO READ THE SUMMARY OF THE GOVERNORS BUDGET >
CLICK HERE TO READ THE MAY 2015 REVISION OF THE GOVERNORS BUDGET >
CLICK HERE TO READ THE SUMMARY OF THE PRESIDENTS BUDGET >

RCRC (RURAL COUNTY REPRESENTATIVES OF CALIFORNIA)
ANALYSIS OF GOVERNOR'S REVISED BUDGET & OTHER BUDGETARY ISSUES >
CLICK HERE TO READ THE BARBED WIRE NEWSLETTER AUGUST 7, 2015 >
CLICK HERE TO READ THE BARBED WIRE NEWSLETTER JULY 31, 2015 >
2015-2016 STATE BUDGET UPDATE >
WATER FACT SHEET >
CLICK TO SEE THE RCRC MEETING & EVENT SCHEDULE >

NACO COUNTY NEWS ALERT
CLICK HERE TO READ THE NEWS ALERT FOR JULY 13, 2015 >
CLICK HERE TO READ THE NEWS ALERT FOR JUNE 15, 2015 >
CLICK HERE TO VIEW CA DROUGHT NUMBERS & STATS SHEET >

CDFW (CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FISH & WILDLIFE)
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD AND WATCH A VIDEO OF 'QUESTION THE LEADERS' PANEL DISCUSSION
THAT TIM ALPERS ATTENDED AND PARTICIPATED IN THAT TOOK PLACE AT THE RECENT FRED HALL SHOW >

CLICK HERE TO READ DFW NEWS >

USDA (UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE)
CLICK HERE TO READ THE INFO REGARDING SAGE GROUSE >

USFS (UNITED STATES FOREST SERVICE)
REVISIONS EFFECTING LOCAL LAND ACCESS, OFF-ROAD VEHICLES, ETC. STILL BEING WORKED ON >
CLICK HERE TO READ THE INFO REGARDING PROPOSED CHANGES TO OFF-ROAD VEHICLE TRAIL ACCESS >
CLICK HERE TO READ THE INFO REGARDING REVISED FOREST PLANS OF INYO, SEQUOIA AND SIERRA FORESTS >
SOUTH LAKE PARKING LOT AND BOAT LANDING CLOSURE SEPT 8 THRU OCT30 >
FIREWOOD SEASON OPENED MAY 1 >
WHITE MOUNTAIN VISITOR CENTER TEMPORARILY CLOSED FOR RENOVATION >
SAGE GROUSE ENHANCEMENT INFO >
CLICK HERE TO READ THE INFO REGARDING SUMMER 2015 ROAD CONSTRUCTION ON CONVICT LAKE ROAD >

YOSEMITE GATEWAY PARTNERSHIP NEWS
AUG 11 : READ INFO REGARDING CURRENT WILDFIRE INFO >
READ INFO REGARDING RECENT BEAR ATTACK >
CALL FOR NEWSLETTER CONTRIBUTIONS. CLICK TO READ INFO >
YOSEMITE GATEWAY SUMMER SUMMIT MEETING WAS HELD JULY 9TH. CLICK TO READ INFO >
YOSEMITE GATEWAY PARTNERS SEEKS NOMINATIONS FOR THE POSITION OF DIRECTOR ON ITS BOARD >
CLICK TO DOWNLOAD THE SPRING 2015 NEWSLETTER >
YOSEMITE CREATES $535,379 IN ECONOMIC BENEFITS. CLICK HERE TO READ THE INFO >
CLICK HERE TO READ INFO REGARDING ENTRANCE FEE RATE HIKE FOR 2015 >
BIG OAK FLAT TUNNEL REPAIRS>
RARE SIERRA NEVADA RED FOX SPOTTED ON YOSEMITE VIDEO. (PSST... ALSO SEEN IN CROWLEY) >
BARK BEETLE INFO FROM SUMMER MEETING >

MONO COUNTY PROBATION INFO
CLICK HERE TO READ THE INFO >

BODIE HILLS GAZETTE
CLICK HERE TO READ THE NEWSLETTER >

STATE OF CALIFORNIA WATER BOARD
WATER BOND PROCESS BACKGROUND >
WATER BOND DRAFT PROP 1 CALENDAR >

STATE OF CALIFORNIA SMALL BUSINESS TAX CREDIT
CLICK HERE TO READ THE INFO REGARDING SMALL BUSINESS TAX CREDITS >

SIERRA NEVADA CONSERVANCY
CLICK HERE TO READ THE INFO REGARDING WATERSHED IMPOROVEMENT >

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON
CLICK HERE TO READ INFO REGARDING STREET LIGHT OUTAGES >
CLICK HERE TO READ ENERGY TIPS FOR YOUR HOME AND OFFICE >
CLICK HERE TO READ INFO REGARDING VEGETATION MANAGEMENT >

MAMMOTH LAKES POLICE DEPARTMENT HISPANIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE
MEETING HELD MARCH 19_ENGLISH >