Last Friday morning on March 6, on what proved to be a very nice day, County officials and representatives from Wolverine Interest, LLC official broke ground on the long-awaited Inyo County consolidated office building, which is estimated to take between 10-12 months to build. The building, which the county has been working on having built for more than 10 years, is just north of and adjacent to Grocery Outlet.

The goal was to “bring all of our offices in Bishop into one location,” said Inyo County Chief Administrative Officer Clint Quilter at the opening of the ceremony.
“Rather than have people go from one county office location to another in different buildings,” Quilter said, “they would be able to go to just one location for all their needs from the county.”