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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 26, 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

Firefighters Gain on Markleeville Fire; State Faces New Threat From Lightning
June 27, 2015, Dan Brekke
Update, noon Saturday: Firefighters are gaining ground in their battle to contain the Washington Fire, burning in Alpine County southeast of Lake Tahoe.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >


InciWeb: Road, Campground, and Area Closures
June 28, 2015, InciWeb.org
Today, State Highway 4 through Markleeville, south over Ebbetts Pass, reopened for through traffic only. Adjacent Forest lands in and near burned are still under forest closure. State Highway 89,... more
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Mono Health advice on smoke, hantavirus, salmonella
June 23, 2015, Sierra Wave
Those of you in Mono County from the communities of Walker and north have undoubtedly seen the smoke from the Washington Fire burning in Alpine County. Although most of the smoke is blowing over us and into Nevada, as the wind has died down during the night, smoke has settled into the valleys this morning. Keep in mind that this is a very fluid and ever changing situation, dependent on the fire, fuel, control efforts, and the wind. Our prayers are with the large numbers of dedicated personnel who are making tremendous efforts to protect all of us, our homes, and the environment.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Fatal accident on US 395
June 23, 2015, Sierra Wave
On June 20, 2015, at approximately 0842 hours, California Highway Patrol (CHP) Bridgeport Area officers were dispatched to a solo vehicle rollover collision on US-395 southbound, north of Crowley Lake Drive.  Personnel from the CHP Bishop Area Office, Mono County Sheriff’s Office, Mono County Emergency Medical Services, and Long Valley Fire Department also responded to the scene to assist.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Mono Supes suspend biz license for June Lake Vacation Reservations
June 19, 2015, Mike Bodine, The Sheet
June Lake Vacation Reservations, LLC has until July 7 to pay $37,657 in back Transient Occupancy Tax, TOT, or risk losing its business license for good.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >


Campaigning intensifies ahead of Assembly vote on vaccination bill
June 24, 2015, Rebeccca Plevin, SCPR.org
The state Assembly is expected to vote Thursday on SB 277, the controversial bill that would require all children to be vaccinated in order to attend daycare or school. The bill would eliminate the personal belief and religious exemptions to vaccination, while maintaining the medical exemption.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >


State water system stretched to limit, officials say
June 24, 2015, Dale Kasler, SacBee
A plan to save endangered fish has pushed California’s fragile water system almost to the breaking point, putting additional strain on farmers while drawing down reservoirs at Folsom and Oroville to historically low levels.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Jerry Brown signs $115.4 billion general fund budget
June 24, 2015, David Siders, SacBee
Gov. Jerry Brown on Wednesday signed the $115.4 billion general fund budget that he and lawmakers agreed to last week, issuing only a handful of line-item vetoes.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Mono Lake's ecological crisis is a blow to wildlife, L.A. water supply
June 24, 2015, Louis Sahagun, LA Times
As this drought-stricken body of salt water recedes, the repercussions mount: Its exposed alkaline flats are giving rise to dust storms. A haven for endangered migrating birds has become more vulnerable to predators. And Los Angeles' ability to divert snowmelt from the region — which it has done for seven decades — could be cut off.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Heat, Smoke Could Be Dangerous This This Week
June 26, 2015, Mammoth Times
Smoke from several nearby fires, record heat and lightning storms are forecast for the Eastern Sierra during much of the weekend and coming week, prompting Dr. Rick Johnson, the Mono and Inyo County Public Health Officer to warm of possible health effects to people and pets and offer some solutions.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Fireworks Prohibited Due to Extreme Fire Danger
June 25, 2015, Mammoth Times
In light of what is being called “very high to extreme fire danger” this summer, the Town of Mammoth Lakes is prohibiting all fireworks.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Effects of Climate Change on Local Plants Topic of SNARL Talk Tonight
June 23, 2015, Mammoth Times
The Sierra Nevada Aquatic Research Lab (SNARL) will present its next talk, “Threats of Climate Change to Eastern Sierra Plant Communities,” at 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 23 at the Page Center on the SNARL campus, 1016 Mt. Morrison Rd (talks formerly held at the Green Church, now retired from hosting public events). This lecture will be presented by Dr. Erin Riordan, of the UCLA Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Jimenez sentenced in embezzlement case
June 19, 2015, Sierra Wave
At a sentencing hearing on Thursday, June 18, 2015 local businessman Jose “Jay” Jimenez was placed on five years of formal felony probation and ordered to serve 240 days in the Inyo County Jail for embezzling from a now-deceased client who had given him a power of attorney.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

MCWD level 3 conditions still in effect
June 26, 2015, The Sheet
Rain in May helped conservation efforts but failed to replenish surface water supply. Conservation, cooler temperatures and rainfall in May contributed to a significant reduction in water consumption by Mammoth Community Water District (MCWD) customers compared to May 2013. Unfortunately, not enough rain fell to raise Mammoth Creek flows to levels that would allow MCWD to store water in Lake Mary or to divert water to customers. As a result, MCWD would like to remind customers that water supplies remain at a critical level as we start the summer irrigation season.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Page 2: How do you want it?
June 26, 2015, Jack Lunch, The Sheet
MMSA COO talks big plans at Chamber lunch.
As we got closer to the California Fish and Game Commission hearings which were held in Mammoth on June 10 and 11, I started getting phone calls and emails from a man named Randal Massaro…
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Is commercial service in Bishop Airport’s future?
June 26, 2015, Charles James, The Sheet
Can commercial airline service be brought to the Bishop Airport? The question opens up a host of other questions that range from “What about the Mammoth Yosemite Airport?” to whether or not there are enough businesses to support the idea.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

When does a conflict of interest matter?
June 26, 2015, Mike Bodine, The Sheet
And in a small county, when is there NOT a conflict of some sort?
At the last several Mono County Board of Supervisor meetings Supervisor Larry Johnston has declared a possible conflict of interest when the Board appoints people that already work for the Board, or County employees, to commissions.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Fred Hall derby winner
June 26, 2015, The Sheet
Keone Tyau of Wilmar won this year’s Fred Hall Fishing Derby with a 7 pound, 3 ounce big boy caught at Lake Mary. Tyau will take home $1,500 worth of fishing treasures, from rods and reels to gift certificates. Not to be confused with the grand-daddy of all sport shows in Southern California, the Fred Hall Sport Show that draws hundreds of thousands, the Fred Hall Father’s Day Fishing Derby is a small-town homage from a son to his father. The event is sponsored by Bart Hall, Fred’s son. Fred had brought Bart to the Eastern Sierra since he was an infant.“The Fred Hall Shows are my life but the Eastern Sierra is my passion,” Bart said. “I travel and fish all over the world and there are very many very special places on this planet, but when I want to relax and get back to my roots I come back to the Eastern Sierra.” The derby was a biggest fish take all event and the weigh-in took place at Rick’s Sport Center. The fishing had to be done in the Mammoth Lakes Basin.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

The changing face of the Mono Basin aqueduct
June 26, 2015, Katie Vane, The Sheet
Mono Lake Committee (MLC) Information and Restoration Specialist Greg Reis has been leading tours of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) aqueduct in the Mono Basin for 15 years. On June 20, he took Mono Basin Bird Chautauqua participants from the aqueduct’s highest northern point at Lee Vining Creek along the aqueduct, passing tributary streams, Grant Lake Reservoir, and ending at the West Portal, where the aqueduct passes under the Inyo Craters, crossing 11 miles to meet up with the Upper Owens River.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Nonlead Ammunition Requirement is Upon Us, No Lead Ammo on CDFW Lands Starting July 1
June 26, 2015, CDFG News
Starting July 1, 2015, nonlead ammunition will be required when hunting on all California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) lands and for all Nelson bighorn sheep hunts anywhere in the state.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Drought Prompts Fish Evacuation at American River and Nimbus Hatcheries
June 25, 2015, CDFG News
With a fourth year of extreme drought conditions reducing the cold water supply available, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) is moving fish out of the American River and Nimbus hatcheries for the second year in a row.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

CDFW Completes 2015 Waterfowl Breeding Population Survey
June 24, 2015, CDFW News
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) completed its 2015 waterfowl breeding population survey. The CDFW survey, which uses methodology approved by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), indicates the total number of breeding ducks (all species combined) has declined. Breeding mallards, the most numerous duck species in the state, declined 27 percent from 2014.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

An Interactive district-by-district look at the proposed drought restrictions
June 24, 2015, LA Times
Gov. Jerry Brown's conservation order will require that water districts and cities use less water. Under a proposal finalized in June, benchmarks will be set on the basis of three months -- July, August and September -- of 2014. Areas that use more water will have to make larger cuts. Areas that use more water will have to make larger cuts.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Firefighters gain ground on wildfires across California
June 23, 2015, Joseph Serna, LA Times
Firefighters are continuing to gain control over a wildfire burning in the San Bernardino National Forest, authorities said Tuesday.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Water conservation amid drought: Who made the grade?
June 25, 2015, Thomas Suh Lauder & Matt Stevens, LA Times
On April 1, as California entered a fourth year of drought, Gov. Jerry Brown stood in a barren field that should have been smothered in snow and demanded a 25% cut in urban water use.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Lake fire grew after private drone flights disrupted air drops
June 25, 2015, Joseph Serna, Paloma Esquivel, Joe Mozingo, LA Times
As a hot wind shifted north and drove the flames toward Onyx Peak east of Big Bear Lake, fire crews deployed to save homes scattered among brittle-dry pines — waiting for help from a DC-10 laden with 10,800 gallons of retardant.
It never came. Shortly before 6 p.m. on Wednesday, an incident commander on the ground spotted a hobby drone buzzing near the drop site at 11,000 feet. The air tanker had to turn back, as did two smaller planes following it.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Navy bases do their part to conserve water in California drought
June 27, 2015, Tony Perry, LA Times
With its red and green synthetic turf, Destroyer Field at Surface Warrior Park is meant to reduce water use at Naval Base San Diego. The softball field needs occasionally to be combed, but not watered or mowed.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Infographic: 183 drought maps reveal just how thirsty California has become
June 25, 2015, Kyle Kim, Thomas Suh Lauder, LA Times
It doesn't take much to understand why California is so worried about drought. Reservoirs are ever-dwindling. Rainfall is sporadic at best. It's so bad, Governor Jerry Brown imposed mandatory water restrictions throughout the state.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

California drought: Obama pledges $130 million for watersheds
June 24, 2015, Kurtis Alexander, SF Gate
The Obama administration pledged $130 million Wednesday for restoring watersheds in the Sierra and Cascade ranges in an effort to improve California’s deteriorating water situation amid a fourth year of drought.indling. Rainfall is sporadic at best. It's so bad, Governor Jerry Brown imposed mandatory water restrictions throughout the state.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Some water agencies in California consider defying state cuts
June 24, 2015, Kurtis Alexander, SF Gate
A handful of Central Valley water agencies that have been warned to stop pumping water from rivers to farms, in light of the drought, say they’re considering running their pumps anyway.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Running dry: How the drought is forging a new California
June 12, 2015, Carolyn Lochhead, SF Gate
A dust devil makes its way across hot land made white from dried minerals as a result of the natural lake-bottom buildup and evaporation process April 10, 2015 near Kings County, Calif. The land is situated in part of the San Joaquin Valley that used to contain the Tulare Lake, the largest freshwater lake in the western half of the continental United States. The lake was dried up by the year 1900 due to emerging agriculture in the region.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

UPDATE: 8 fires reported in Douglas County
June 28, 2015, Reno Gazette-Journal
Lightning strikes from the storm started eight fires along the eastern slope of the Sierras in Douglas County.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

SUNDAY UPDATE: Fire near Markleeville now 37% contained
June 28, 2015, Reno Gazette-Journal
Here is a map of where the Washington Fire has burned so far, according to federal officials.
11:31 a.m. Sunday, June 28, 2015 update: According to the Incident Information System (InciWeb), State Highway 4 is currently closed to traffic just north of Silver Creek campground. Highway 89 is closed at the Carson River Resort approximately 2 miles east of Markleeville and at the junction of State Highway 395 near Topaz Lake.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Hang-glider found dead near Slide Mountain
June 26, 2015, Ian McGibboney, Reno Gazette-Journal
A hang-glider was found dead Friday afternoon near Slide Mountain, Washoe County Sheriff's Office spokesman Bob Harmon said.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >

Residential water: Who uses the most in Reno?
June 23, 2015, Jeff DeLong, Reno Gazette-Journal
A Reno Gazette-Journal analysis of the top water users in the Truckee Meadows Water Authority system found that the biggest residential water user in town is a golf course no one plays.
The 18-acre golf course, built decades ago by the late gaming pioneer William Pennington for his personal use, consumed 11 million gallons in 2014. It's a similar situation for many top water users in town: Large properties with lush landscape that require hundreds of thousands, or sometimes millions, of gallons of water to keep lawns and plants green.
CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >




NEWSLETTERS & OTHER COUNTY INFO

MONO COUNTY
HWY395 HIGHLIGHTED IN GERMAN TRAVEL MAGAZINE AMERICA >
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 >

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 >
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 26 BULLETIN >
CLICK HERE TO READ THE JUNE 19 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 26, 2015 >
CLICK HERE TO READ THE BARBED WIRE NEWSLETTER JUNE 19, 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 >
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 >
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) >
PARK SELECTS 10TH ANNIVERSARY PROJECTS >

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 >