The Board of Supervisors provides overall direction to the County. The Board acts as a forum for identifying the needs and desires of citizens, determining community consensus and for actively matching those needs with available County resources. The Board sets policies and exercises administrative control over County activities, and acts as an Appeals Board in regard to decisions of the Planning Commission.
|Board Members||Term Expires*|
|District 1: Larry Johnston||January 7, 2019|
|District 2: Fred Stump||January 4, 2021|
|District 3: Bob Gardner||January 4, 2021|
|District 4: John Peters||January 4, 2021|
|District 5: Stacy Corless||January 7, 2019|
*Terms expire at Noon on the first Monday after January 1st (Government Code section 24200).
Mono County District 2 is very diverse. It contains bedroom communities, agricultural areas and Tribal Lands all located in the southern part of the County. It is serviced by four School Districts, five Fire Districts, and a variety of Water, Sewer, Community Service, and Hospital Districts. These linkages allow some of its communities to feel more closely tied to the Bishop area of Inyo County while others are linked to the Mammoth Lakes area in Mono.
The opportunity to represent District 4 is a great honor and a privilege. I have been visiting the Eastern Sierras and our family cabin at Virginia Lakes since 1966 and had the chance to move here in 1999 when our family purchased the Bridgeport Inn. As the General Manager of the Bridgeport Inn I have had the pleasure of operating a business that has welcomed and served hundreds of thousands of guests from all over the world as we employed hundreds of local and seasonal workers over the last 18 plus years.
Framed by Mammoth Rock and the Sherwin Range, Mono County’s District 5 encompasses the southern portion of the Town of Mammoth Lakes, and is entirely within the town boundaries. The district has a beautiful mix of mountain meadows and streams, traditional “Old Mammoth” residential ambience, and areas of thriving commercial activities and growth. District 5 is a fantastic place for a hike or bike ride along the town’s multi-use path and the trails of the Inyo National Forest.