Home Street Subdivision in the spotlight

Bishop City Council holding public hearing tonight

The Bishop City Council meets tonight (Monday, August 10th) with a public hearing set for the environmental review of the Kingston Subdivision.  Tonight’s hearing will focus on the environmental review for the tentative tract map for the proposed subdivision of the 2.75 acre parcel at 785 Home Street.  The site is currently home to the Bishop Nursery.  Under the proposal,  the lot would be subdivided into 15 residential parcels.  Tonight’s Bishop City Council meeting begins at 5pm for a closed session featuring a conference with labor negotiators and a performance evaluation of the public works director.

Tonight’s Open session is set to begin at 6pm at Bishop City Council chambers.  In addition to the public hearing on the Kingston Subdivision, the meeting will also include an Inyo County update from 2nd district supervisor Jeff Griffiths, department head reports, and the potential ratification of a memorandum of understanding with the Bishop Police Officers Association.

Cover Photo By Gary Young

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