Monday , October 23 2017

Local News

Local news about Mariposa County and Yosemite Valley

County of Mariposa Request For Qualifications

The County’s 2014-2019 Housing Element sets forth a variety of programs intended to increase the supply of housing for all economic segments of the Community, with particular attention to affordable, workforce housing and housing for special populations.

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Bonds Flat Road Now Closed

La Grange, CA…Bonds Flat Road is closed this morning. Workers are preparing to cut into the roadway so the spillway gates can be opened. Guard rails and culvert pipe will be removed so it does not wash down stream. This is the second time spillway gates have been used. 1997 …

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Sierra Tel Requested Rate Increase.

The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) is holding a Public Participation Hearing in Oakhurst on Sierra Telephone’s request to increase rates for basic residential and business 1- party service, LifeLine service, inside wire maintenance plan, returned check charge, and a proposal to establish a late payment charge. Sierra is requesting …

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Credit Card Skimmers Located at Stage Stop & Chevron

The Mariposa County Sheriff’s Office has located four credit card skimming machines at two local gas stations in the Mariposa Town area. These elaborate skimmers were located at the Stage Stop Gas Station and the Chevron Gas Station. The sophisticated skimmers were equipped with blue tooth technology, allowing the  scammer …

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Commercial Recycling Survey

To promote the recycling and diversion of solid waste, and to meet the requirements of the Mandatory Commercial Recycling laws, the Mariposa County Solid Waste & Recycling division is conducting a short, 5 question survey on commercial recycling.

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Notice to Bidders

The County of Mariposa would like to inform the general public of the Notice to Bidders for the purchase of a new Alternative Fuel School Bus on behalf of the Sierra Foothill Charter School (SFCS).

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Midpines Park CLOSED

In order to address the dead trees currently in the park, the Midpines Park will be closed on November 15, 16 & 17th. We appreciate your patience as we work to get the park safe and re-opened.

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RFQ – Tree Mortality Operations Manager

The County is seeking qualified individuals or organizations interested in being the Tree Mortality Operations Manager and the RFQ is now open. The Manager will perform management duties related to the mitigation of tree mortality hazards including…

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