See you all in December!
The date for comments on the draft DRECP (Desert Renewable Energy Conservation Plan) has been extended. There will be several meetings on the draft PEIR - Inyo's REGPA (Program Environmental Impact Report - Inyo's Renewable Energy General Plan Amendment) and, finally, the Adventure Trails proposal goes before the Board of Supervisors on December 2nd.
REGPA draft PEIR comments are due December 19. Prior this date, there are a few opportunities to make public comments:
Inyo County Planning Commission Hearing, 10 a.m. Wednesday December 3, Board of Supervisors room in Independence. No decision by Planning Commission, just a hearing.
Other scheduled public meetings:
- Tuesday December 2, 5:30-7:00 – Bishop City Hall Council Chambers 301 West Line Street, Bishop 93514
- Wednesday December 3, 5:00 – 6:30 – Statham Hall, Lone Pine 138 Jackson Street, Lone Pine 93545
- Thursday December 4, 5:00-6:30 – Tecopa Community Center 405 Tecopa Hot Springs Road, Tecopa 92389
DRECP: Due date for comments extended to Feb. 23, 2015.
In case you’re interested in the Adventure Trails, the Planning Commission has already held their hearing on the Final EIR, but the matter will go before the Inyo Board of Supervisors at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday December 2. http://www.inyocounty.us/ab628/documents/FormLetters.pdf
THE BISHOP POLICE Department is accepting applications for part-time and substitute crossing guards. You must clear a background check. Job consists of 2-3 hrs per school day @ $10.00 per hour.
Questions: Pam Galvin at 760-873-5823
or Stop by the: Bishop Police Dept @ 207 W. Line St.
Deadline: Mon., Dec. 1, 2014 (5pm)
Please join us for Conversation Number 86: Just Add Water II: Sprouting, Soaking and Fermenting. This workshop will explore techniques used by traditional societies to increase the digestibility of certain foods and the bioavailability nutrients.
When: Fri., Dec. 5, 2014 (4:30-6 pm)
Where: Owens Valley Growers Cooperative/Mairs Market 149 South Edwards St. Independence
Registration Fee: $10 - Space limited to 15 participants.
VETERANS’ SERVICE HONORED WITH PURPLE HEART TRAIL SIGNS
VENTURA – Just in time for Veterans Day, the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), in partnership with Chapter 750 of the Military Order of the Purple Heart, State Senator Hannah‑Beth Jackson, and Ventura County Supervisor Kathy Long, installed Purple Heart Trail signs along US Highway 101 in Ventura to mark the sacrifices and contributions of veterans to this country. This segment, which is part of a larger network across the nation, covers the entire length of Ventura County on US Highway 101. The 36-mile segment in Santa Barbara County just north of this segment was designated in 2010.
A Caltrans News Flash video documenting this installation is available on YouTube. (http://youtu.be/4nL11cV_4eM)
“The Purple Heart Trail is a visual reminder on tangible turf of the long road that these soldiers traveled in order to preserve our freedom and way of life. It is only fitting to honor them with designations along our highways and byways,” said Caltrans District 7 Director Carrie Bowen.
“It is an honor for Caltrans to erect this marker designating this additional portion of U.S. 101 as the Purple Heart Trail to honor those men and women who have been injured or lost their lives defending our country,” said Caltrans Director Malcolm Dougherty. “Many Caltrans employees have also served in the Armed Forces or have family members who have served, and this designation is another special way we can pay tribute to them and say thank you for their sacrifices.”
Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 27 (Jackson, Resolution Chapter 88, Statutes of 2013) established specified portions of US Highway 101 in the counties of Santa Barbara and Ventura for inclusion in the National Purple Heart Trail.
Private donations organized by Chapter 750 Military Order of the Purple Heart funded the cost for the signs.
The Purple Heart Trail was established in 1992 by the Congressionally-sanctioned Military Order of the Purple Heart to be a symbolic trail throughout all 50 states to commemorate and honor all men and women who have been wounded or given their lives in combat while serving in the U.S. armed forces. The Purple Heart Trail originates in Mount Vernon, Virginia, and traverses the United States to California.
In an effort to help Matthew's family prepare for the memorial service, we are looking for any photos you may have of Matthew Hanson - on or off the rink. They can be crystal clear, or fuzzy, up close or far away, full or partial, new or old.
Whatever you might have, please feel free to email them to email@example.com and we'll make sure they get delivered. At this time a photo is a precious thing so please take a moment to search those files in the next day or two and send us what you have. Thank you!
Place your order now if you really want it!
Pies (9' pie for $16.50)
- Pumpkin (Traditional), Double Crust Apple, Double Crust Blueberry, Double Crust Cherry, Peach Crumble, Strawberry-Rubarb,
and Chocolate Pecan ($17.95)
- Available: Wed., Nov. 26
- Tues., Nov. 25 - Buttermilk or Rosemary only
- Wed., Nov. 26 - Buttermilk, Rosemary and Whole Wheat
- Sourdough, Asiago Sourdough, Roasted Garlic Sourdough, French loaves and rolls, Multigrain, Sourdough Baguettes
Available: Wed., Nov. 26
- Cranberry Orange or Pumpkin Walnut
Breakfast and Hostess Gifts
- Mini Cinnis ($5.99) Cinnamon Rolls (large and small)
- Fresh Bagels (1 dox. non-cheesy $10.00)
- Black Sheep Coffee, bean or ground (12 oz. for $11.50)
- Spinach Artichoke Dip (8oz. for $4.50, 16oz. for $6.50)
- Baxter Honey (16oz. for $5.99, 24oz. for $7.99)
- Gift Cards: Any denomination! Give a "thanks" to someone!
Where: Great Basin Bakery, 375 D. South Main Street
(Corner of S. Main and Lagoon St.)
Hours on Wed., Nov. 26: 6am - 6pm
How to Order:
1. STOP BY: Great Basin Bakery, 275 D S Main Street, Bishop, CA
2. CALL: (760) 873-9828
If you really want it, order ahead! The Bakery will be closed Thanksgiving day!
The Bishop Elks Lodge #1603 is hosting a National Finals Rodeo Viewing party to benefit the student athletes of California High School Rodeo, District 9.
On Saturday, December 13 there will be a full Tri-tip dinner including dessert, no host bar, silent auction and 50/50 raffle for $15.00 per person. In addition to supporting a great cause attendees will enjoy the NFR Final Go on a big screen TV, a no-host bar and the chance to participate in a Fantasy Rodeo competition.
When: Sat., Dec. 13
Tickets/Silent Auction Donations/Questions: Jon Himelhoch at 760-920-0189
Tickets: Tri-County Fairgrounds Office - Monday through Friday (8:00am to 4:00pm)
The members of the Board and the rest of the Sierra Roller Hockey family would like to extend our most sincere condolences to the family of Matthew Hanson, a 6th grade student at Home Street Middle School and SRHL Bantam player.
Losses of this nature effect us all and we mourn along with those who were close to him. A moment of silence will be held prior to games beginning on Monday December 1.
We would like to dedicate the remainder of the 2014-2015 season in his memory.