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Week of Monday, June 22, 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 JUNE 1, 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 >
INFO FROM MARCH 10TH MEETING. CLICK TO READ THE INFO >
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 >
BURNED AREA EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM ASSEMBLED FOR ROUND FIRE >
CLICK TO READ INFO REGARDING DEBRIS MANAGEMENT TRAINING APRIL 29TH >
APPLICATION FORM FOR DEBRIS MANAGEMENT TRAINING APRIL 29TH >
CLICK TO READ INFO ON THE DEBRIS REMOVAL FOR MARCH 23 THRU MARCH 25 >
CLICK TO READ INFO ON THE DEBRIS REMOVAL STATUS AS OF MARCH 26 >
CLICK TO READ INFO ON THE DEBRIS REMOVAL STATUS AS OF MARCH 27 >
CLICK TO READ INFO ON THE DEBRIS REMOVAL STATUS AS OF MARCH 28 >
CLICK TO READ INFO ON THE DEBRIS REMOVAL STATUS AS OF MARCH 30 >
CLICK TO READ INFO ON THE DEBRIS REMOVAL STATUS AS OF MARCH 31 >
CLICK TO READ INFO ON THE DEBRIS REMOVAL STATUS AS OF APRIL 2 >
CLICK TO READ INFO ON THE DEBRIS REMOVAL STATUS AS OF APRIL 16 >
CLICK TO READ INFO ON THE DEBRIS REMOVAL STATUS AS OF APRIL 24 >
CLICK TO READ INFO ON THE DEBRIS REMOVAL STATUS AS OF APRIL 28 >
CLICK TO READ INFO ON THE DEBRIS REMOVAL STATUS AS OF APRIL 30 >
CLICK TO READ INFO ON THE DEBRIS REMOVAL STATUS AS OF MAY 5 >



ARTICLES OF INTEREST

Central Valley aquifer ‘highly stressed,’ UCI says
June 6, 2015, Ken Stone, LA Times
About a third of the world’s largest groundwater basins, including California’s Central Valley, are being depleted by human consumption, but researchers say little accurate data exists on how much water is left in them, according to a pair of UC Irvine studies released Tuesday.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >


Urban water districts accuse Delta farmers of stealing water
June 6, 2015, Ryan Sabalow, SacBee
The tension between California farm interests and the state’s urban water users ratcheted up Tuesday, as a consortium of mostly urban water districts filed a complaint alleging Delta farmers are stealing water.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Climate change the topic for SNARL lecture
June 22, 2015, Sierra Wave
“Threats of Climate Change to Eastern Sierra Plant Communities” by Dr. Erin Riordan, Dept of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, UCLA Tuesday, June 23, 7:00 pm, at the Page Center on the SNARL Campus (1016 Mt. Morrison Rd.) This century, climate change will dramatically impact the conservation value of California’s protected areas, including their capacity to support key species and habitats.  Erin evaluates the effectiveness of the University of California Natural Reserve System in providing suitable conditions for California’s rich biodiversity. She will talk about the future effectiveness of the NRS 39-reserve network as a whole, highlighting at risk species.  In addition,she will discuss the potential impacts of future climate change for eastern Sierras forests.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Fundraiser for Hayden Cabin/Mammoth Museum
June 17, 2015, Sierra Wave
WHAT: 17th Annual Country Western Dance & BBQ sponsored by the Southern Mono Historical Society. Dig out your cowboy boots and come kick up your heels at this fun family event! Join us for our annual fundraiser to help preserve Mammoth Lakes’ history!
WHERE: Hayden Cabin/Mammoth Museum, 5489 Sherwin Creek Road, Mammoth Lakes
WHEN: Saturday, June 27, 2015
TIME: 5:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.
COST: No host bar & BBQ; Tri-tip, chicken, hot dogs, corn-on-the-cob along with all the fixin’s plus dessert. Adults $20, school age kids $6 (under 5 are free with paid adult).
FEATURING: Live band: Derik Olson & Friends with special guest Fiddlin’ Pete. Free music, free line dancing and lessons. Donations and memberships appreciated.
INFO: (760) 934-6918 www.mammothmuseum.org
Facebook: www.facebook.com/www.mammothmuseum.org
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Letter: LADWP using drought to its advantage
June 18, 2015, Submitted by David Wagner, Sierra Wave
In his definitive book on the Owens Valley water controversy, Water and Power, William Kahrl describes how in 1905, William Mulholland fabricated a drought in Los Angeles to frighten voters into approving a bond issue to help finance the construction of the Los Angeles Aqueduct. It was impossible to contradict Mulholland because there were no hydrologic data for Los Angeles other than those in the files of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power. In 1907, well after the passage of the bond issue, Mulholland reversed himself and said rainfall in 1905 was normal and provided higher stream flow figures than those he used to justify his “water nightmare” of 1905.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >


Owens Valley Mosquito Abatement Program on the kill
June 16, 2015, Sierra Wave
Mosquitoes?  I thought we were in a drought?
Immature mosquitoes need water to breed and pupate into adult mosquitoes.  While the river level may be low, there are still many places mosquitoes call home.  Mosquitoes spend the first part of their life as larvae in still or slow moving water.  The warmer the water, the faster larval mosquitoes develop.  When they are mature, they pupate and emerge as adult mosquitoes.  Half the adult population are male and feed on plant nectar and the rest of newly emerged adults are female.  The female mosquito needs protein to lay her eggs; this is why you are important.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >


Letter: ‘Locally sourced water’
June 18, 2015, Submitted by Daniel Pritchett, Sierra Wave
Just a century ago, Owens Lake was a spectacular inland sea, teeming with life. After DWP reduced Owens Valley to a colony and dried the lake, its bed became the largest source of health-threatening dust in the nation. To mitigate the dust, DWP has been forced to agree to endless cycles of flooding, bulldozing, and manipulation of the lake bed.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Mono County addresses drought
June 17, 2015, Sierra Wave
Water conservation is on the minds of all Californians this summer, and Mono County is doing its part to save this precious resource.
County staff is addressing drought-related issues on many fronts, from implementing water use reductions to providing information to our visitors. The county public works department’s facilities staff is taking measures to reduce water consumption at or beyond the governor’s 25% mandate. CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Fresno man killed in Laurel Lakes wreck
June 12, 2015, The Record-Courier
A Fresno man was killed near Laurel Lakes when he was ejected from his vehicle after it went off the side of a steep mountain road on Sunday.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Lupine Loveliness: It's On, Mono County
June18, 2015, Alysia Gray Painter, NBC Bay Area
PETALS + PLACE: While loads of different flowers can pop up in loads of different places, we know that especially spectacular seasonal showings that are particularly glorious tend to be location-specific. This means that we keep an eye out for poppies in the Antelope Valley come late April and lavender going all purple in Ojai in June and the sunflowers of Yolo County just before summer and that amazing lupine that makes a late spring showing in Mono County. A real flower follower could build a year-long schedule -- or at least a spring-and-summer-long schedule -- just around tracking where the next magnificent spray of color will pop up, if the rain and wind have been kind. And while summer is just days away, and many buds are back to bed for another year, the Eastern Sierra is still having, quite literally, something of a field day in the floral department. Word has arrived that a number of places around Mono County are looking fairly petal-riffic, with the most poetically named flowers making a strong showing: paintbrush, milk vetches, hawksbeard, and mule ear are now dotting the landscape. And, of course, a prominent flower that's much associated with Mono County, with all of its deep bluish purple tones and easy-to-spot, above-the-grass-top ways: the lupine.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Missing Girl Could be in Local Area
June 17, 2015, Darcy Ellis, Mammoth Times
A 16-year-old Kernville girl is missing and possibly hiding out in the Sierra backcountry or passing through this area on her way out of state, according to Kern County authorities and the Woolwine family, who reported their daughter Amber Woolwine as missing since Thursday, June 11. She is believed to be in the company of a 47-year-old man with whom she worked last summer at the Cottonwood Pack Station in Lone Pine. The man was reportedly a longtime friend of the family.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Fire Near Oakhurst Sends Smoke Over Sierra Crest to Mammoth
June 19, 2015, Wendilyn Grasseschi, Mammoth Times
Smoke from a fire near Oakhurst (which is located almost due west of Toms Place over the Sierra crest) has made its way to Mammoth and the Eastern Sierra as of Friday afternoon, June 19. The smoke is from a fire called the Sky Fire, which was at about 600 acres Friday morning but has likely grown since then. The fire poses no danger to Eastern Sierra residents or property but it is likely to continue to send at least some smoke into the area depending on which way the winds go, until it is out. There is another fire burning in the San Bernadino area called the Lake Fire, which was at about 11,000 acres on Friday morning and growing fast. As of then, the fire was sending a considerable smoke plume toward Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon, instead of north toward the Eastern Sierra but if the winds shift, we might also see some smoke from that fire. Information for the fires is generally updated in the morning and at about 6 p.m. each evening. For more information on the fires, go to http://yubanet.com/ or to http://inciweb.nwcg.gov/ and type in the name of the fire
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Euthanized Oroville bear had traveled more than 200 miles after relocation in SoCal
June 12, 2015, Ashley Gebb, Chico Enterprise Record
It turns out Butte County isn’t just a destination for wayward wolves but also roaming bears.
A problem bear that had to be euthanized in Oroville on Wednesday had trekked more than 200 miles north from Mono County, where it had been released almost exactly a year before after causing problems in a residential area, wildlife officials have learned.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Agriculture report
June 19, 2015, The Sheet
The 2014 Crop and Livestock Report for Inyo and Mono Counties has been released. As expected, the drought has dried some of the numbers. The number of “feeder” cows in the area has dropped a total of 84 percent since 2011, as pastures brown in the drought. Feeder stock are transient bovine that may pasture in Mono for a season but are not year-round residents. There was also a huge decline in overall livestock production, from $23.6 million in 2013 to $14.3 million in 2014. Beef prices have been up, but are no longer high enough to make up for the decrease in production. The total production for both Inyo and Mono Counties totaled $58 million, a 21 percent decrease from 2013. There are some new items included in the Ag Report, such as wool and miscellaneous nut crops, not reported in the past. Inyo-Mono Agricultural Commissioner Nathan Reade stated in the report, “This year does not look to be the end of this downward trend as we enter another year with even lower runoff projections.”
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Everything’s big in Dallas
June 19, 2015, Katie Vane, The Sheet
MMSA COO talks big plans at Chamber lunch.
It should come as no surprise that, according to Mammoth Mountain Ski Area (MMSA) COO Greg Dallas, skier visits were down again this season, from roughly 850,000 in 2013-2014, to 800,000 in 2014-2015. Both are down from Mammoth and June’s 2005-2006 peak visitation of 1.6 million.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Bi-State sage grouse success, thanks to science
June 19, 2015, Katie Vane, The Sheet
In April of this year, U.S. Department of the Interior Secretary Sally Jewell announced that the Bi-State sage grouse, a Distinct Population Segment of the Greater sage grouse, would not be listed for protection under the Endangered Species Act. U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Wildlife Biologist Michael Casazza explained at Tuesday’s third SNARL Spring Lecture that the lack of listing actually represents a victory for conservation efforts.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Potentially harmful chemicals found in oil field water used for irrigation
June 20, 2015, Julie Cart, LA Times
Testing of recycled oil field wastewater used on about 45,000 acres of farmland in the Central Valley shows the water contains small amounts of potentially harmful chemicals, including oil, benzene and acetone.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

As its water dwindled, Fresno cracked down hard
June 22, 2015, Roxanna Xia, LA Times
Don Wells spotted a trail of pooling water and slowed his van. Runoff from a sprinkler gone rogue streamed down a long block of thirsty brown lawns, watering the sidewalk.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Price tag for fighting Lake fire near Big Bear: $5 million, 17,305-acres so far
June 22, 2015, Veronica Rocha, LA Times
Efforts to fight a 17,305-acre wildfire near Big Bear in the San Bernardino National Forest have cost $5 million.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Santa Barbara's cautious relationship with water offers a drought lesson
June 21 2015, Amanda Covarrubias, LA
First came the rain garden, where bees buzz around the lavender and sage. Then came the back patio, where bananas, guava, passion fruit, ginger and an herb garden are fed by water diverted from the clothes washer.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Fisheries Restoration Grants Deadline Extended
June 19, 2015, CDFW News
The grant application deadline for anadromous salmonid restoration projects that address impacts of the ongoing drought has been extended, due to the recent addition of a consultation requirement.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Crystal Lake Hatchery to Supply Trout for Waters Normally Stocked by Quarantined Hatcheries
June 19, 2015, CDFW News
Crystal Lake Hatchery, operated by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW), is currently stocking thousands of rainbow trout weekly in Hat Creek and surrounding waters in Lassen, Modoc, Shasta, Siskiyou and Trinity counties. Because the recent discovery of whirling disease at Darrah Springs and Mt. Shasta hatcheries triggered a quarantine of fish at those facilities and raised concern about reduced fishing opportunities, more than 1.5 million healthy rainbow trout from Crystal Lake Hatchery will be allocated to these waters to ensure excellent fishing opportunities at a number of northern California locations.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Montana Artist Wins 2015 California Duck Stamp Art Contest
June 18, 2015, CDFW News
A painting by Chuck Black of Bozeman, Mont., was chosen as the winner of the 2015 California Duck Stamp Art Contest. The painting, which depicts an American green-winged teal, becomes the official design for the 2015-2016 stamp.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

CDFW Asks Trout Anglers to be Mindful During Drought
August 11, 2014, CDFW News
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) is asking trout anglers to be mindful about fishing in the state’s waters and the effects their catch can have on the populations. As the summer progresses, the effects of the current drought on California’s wildlife continue to mount. Aquatic wildlife are especially vulnerable as streamflows decrease and instream water temperatures increase, exposing cold water species such as trout to exceptionally hostile habitat conditions.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >





NEWSLETTERS & OTHER COUNTY INFO

MONO COUNTY
MAY IS EASTERN SIERRA BIKE MONTH >
HWY395 HIGHLIGHTED IN GERMAN TRAVEL MAGAZINE AMERICA >
GET YOUR PET A RABIES VACCINE FOR A LOW FEE. CLICK TO SEE WHERE & DATES >
OFFICERS OF THE YEAR CEREMONY MAY 21 IN BRIDGEPORT >
JIM LEDDY MOVING ON >
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 FOR INFO ON EARLY CHILDHOOD PARENTING WORKSHOP >
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 >
CLICK HERE TAKE FREE WORKFORCE SKILLS WORKSHOPS >
MONO COUNTY WINTER FISHING HIGHLIGHTED IN MAGAZINE. CLICK HERE TO READ INFO >
PENSION POACHING SCAM OF SENIORS. CLICK HERE TO READ INFO >
COMMUNITY EVENT MARKETING FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR YOUR EVENT >

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' JUNE NEWSLETTER >

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

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 REGARDING PEDIATRIC DISASTER RESPONSE & EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS >

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 >

KEEP KIDS LEAD-FREE PROGRAM
CLICK HERE TO READ THE GOVERNORS LETTER >
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 JUNE 19 BULLETIN >
CLICK HERE TO READ THE JUNE 12 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 >
BOARD OF DIRECTOR'S MEETING TO BE HELD JUNE 17, 2015 >
CLICK HERE TO READ THE BARBED WIRE NEWSLETTER JUNE 19, 2015 >
CLICK HERE TO READ THE BARBED WIRE NEWSLETTER JUNE 12, 2015 >
2015-2016 STATE BUDGET UPDATE >
WATER FACT SHEET >

NACO COUNTY NEWS ALERT
CLICK HERE TO READ THE NEWS ALERT FOR JUNE 15, 2015 >
CLICK HERE TO READ THE NEWS ALERT FOR MARCH 27, 2015 >

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 >

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 >
CLICK HERE TO READ THE INFO REGARDING NEW OVER-SNOW VEHICLES RULES >
SOUTH LAKE PARKING LOT AND BOAT LANDING CLOSURE SEPT 8 THRU OCT30 >
OAK CREEK FIELD TRIP & WORKSHOP MAY 17 >
FIREWOOD SEASON OPENED MAY 1 >
REDS MEADOW THINNING FEEDBACK >
REDS MEADOW THINNING FEEDBACK VERSION 2 >
SHADY REST THINNING PROJECT INFO >
WHITE MOUNTAIN VISITOR CENTER TEMPORARILY CLOSED FOR RENOVATION >
SAGE GROUSE ENHANCEMENT INFO >
TRAVEL ANALYSIS PROJECT PUBLIC MEETING INFO >
LAKES BASIN BIKE PATH CONSTRUCTION INFO >
CLICK HERE TO READ THE INFO REGARDING PRESCRIBED BURNS >
CLICK HERE TO READ THE INFO REGARDING SUMMER 2015 ROAD CONSTRUCTION ON CONVICT LAKE ROAD >

YOSEMITE GATEWAY PARTNERSHIP NEWS
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 >
ANSEL ADAMS GALLERY REHAB PROJECT COMPLETED >
SPRING TRANSPORTAION PROJECTS UNDER WAY >
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) >
SPRING PRESCRIBED BURN INFO >
PARK SELECTS 10TH ANNIVERSARY PROJECTS >

SIERRA WELLNESS CENTER MAY 2015 CALENDAR

CLICK HERE TO SEE THE CALENDAR >

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 >