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Mariposa County Historic Sites and Records Preservation Commission Agenda for Monday, April 12, 2021

Open Enrollment ends Monday, April 12 at 4 P.M
Sierra Foothill Charter School 2021-2022 Open Enrollment Ends Soon

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Job Opening Available for Full Time Receptionist at All Creatures Veterinary Hospital in Mariposa

Mariposa County Public Health Reports One New Positive COVID Case for a Total of 416 Confirmed Cases

Mariposa County Board of Supervisors Meeting Agenda for Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Declares Racism a Serious Public Health Threat


California Governor Gavin Newsom Appoints Mariposa County Resident, Heather A. Bernikoff to the Sierra Nevada Conservancy

California State Senator Says Leaders in Manhattan Beach Announce Legislation as First Step Toward Returning Bruce’s Beach to the Bruce Family

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Fresno, California Police Department Announces Police Officer Affiliated with the Proud Boys No Longer Employed as a Fresno Police Officer

Caltrans Announces Monitor Pass (State Route 89) has Reopened

North Fork, California Man Arrested for Possession and Distribution of Child Sexual Abuse Imagery, Madera County Sheriff’s Office Reports

Governor Gavin Newsom, Legislative Leaders Announce Early Budget Action for Wildfire Prevention - $536 Million Funding Plan to Help Improve California’s Resilience to Wildfires

Yosemite National Park to Re-Implement a Day-Use Reservation System Beginning on Friday, May 21, 2021

Yosemite National Park Tuolumne Meadows Winter Conditions Update - It Was Warm and Dry in the Yosemite High Country This Week

California State Senator Andreas Borgeas Says Bipartisan Coalition of Valley Legislators Request Governor Newsom Declare Water Crisis a Statewide Emergency

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California February 2021 Home Sales and Prices Ease But Strong Buying Interest Continues To Provide Support To the Market As Sales Record Eighth Straight Year-Over-Year Gain, C.A.R. Reports – Mariposa County Sales Rise 33% Year-Over-Year


Mariposa and Yosemite Valley Weather for Monday, April 12, 2021
Valid at 6:00 A.M.
Sunny today with a high temp of around 75 degrees with a low temp around 50 degrees. Yosemite Valley: Sunny with a high temp of around 74 degrees with a low temp of around 42 degrees. Mariposa high temp for yesterday came in at 72.1 degrees (.5 degrees warmer than Saturday) with a low temp of 46.8 degrees. Winds gusted up to 12 mph yesterday. Mariposa weather for Tuesday: Possible wind gusts up to 20 mph. Sunny with a high temp of around 71 degrees and a low temp of around 44 degrees. Future high temps for Mariposa: Wed.: 66 degrees, Thu.: 70 degrees. Mariposa future rain chances: No rain through at least Sunday.

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Permissive Burn Day
Monday, April 12, 2021
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Permit May Be Required from Mariposa County 
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March 31, 2018 - Income tax returns are due April 16, so there’s still time to make a Voluntary Tax Contribution or two that benefit wildlife on your California Form 540. The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) needs your help to save the more than 300 listed threatened and endangered plant and animal species that are native to our state.

The Rare and Endangered Species Preservation Program continues to benefit California’s native at-risk fish, wildlife and plants, thanks to the generosity of California taxpayers. Donations to this fund have enabled CDFW to obtain matching funds from the federal government and collaborate with numerous stakeholders and organizations—including other government agencies—to conserve native wildlife and restore habitat. As federal funds decrease, public support becomes ever more crucial to keep recovery work on track.

Your voluntary contributions have enabled CDFW botanists to review the status of Lassics lupine and coast yellow leptosiphon, which are both candidate species for state listing. We recently leveraged your tax donation funds to obtain a second federal grant to conduct important monitoring of more threatened and endangered plant species.

Great gray owl, Mohave ground squirrel, mountain yellow-legged frog, willow flycatcher, desert pupfish, and giant garter snake are also among the species CDFW’s wildlife biologists are working with to ensure they survive well into the future, thanks to this endangered species fund.

In the marine environment, Southern sea otters (Enhydra lutris nereis) benefit from donations to the California Sea Otter Fund.There were once as many as 16,000 sea otters along California’s coast. The 2017 population survey counted fewer than 3,000 individuals—a slight decrease from the 2016 count.

Your donations to the Sea Otter Fund on line 410 support research on the causes of mortality in this species and other projects to help the sea otter population recover. The Southern sea otter is listed as threatened under the federal Endangered Species Act, depleted under the Marine Mammal Protection Act, and fully protected by the State of California.

CDFW scientists have achieved important recovery milestones and protected many vulnerable species, with support from California taxpayers. There is no upper limit to donations and any amount is appreciated. Please give what you can, and remember, their future is in our hands, and your contributions can help save them.  More information about how CDFW uses these Voluntary Tax Contribution Funds is available at www.wildlife.ca.gov/Tax-Donation and at www.facebook.com/SeaOtterFundCDFW.

If someone else prepares your state tax return, please let him or her know you want to donate to the Rare and Endangered Species Preservation Program on line 403 and/or California Sea Otter Fund on line 410. If you have trouble finding California Contribution Funds in TurboTax, see these step-by-step instructions.
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