Archive | November, 2012

Lieutenant John Mair

“Safety…not a priority to the Town Council”

PRESS RELEASE November 30. 2012 The Mammoth Lakes Police Officer’s Association (MLPOA) would like to announce the resignations and retirements of five officers that will take place before the end of December 2012. Largely due to the decision of the Town of Mammoth Lakes Town Council as it relates to the upcoming elimination of seven […]

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Marianna Marysheva-Martinez will continue to work for Mammoth

ANOTHER UPDATE –  Seems Ms. Myrold “mis-typed the total”  of Marianna Marysheva-Martinez’s total compensation. Myrold said of Martinez, “Her base salary is $208,000 with PERS her total compensation is $245,915.” UPDATE – Correction from Manager Wilbrecht on Martinez’s compensation.  Acting Finance Director Cyndi Myrold said, “Marianna’s base salary is $208,000.  With PERS, the total employee […]

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Ronnie and Margo

PETS of the WEEK – November 29, 2012 RONNIE is an affectionate and handsome 1-year old Orange Tabby Tuxedo (white bib). His adoption fee is only $10 and we guarantee it will be the best $10 you ever spent! MARGO is an absolutely lovely, well-behaved 1-year old Black Lab mix. She has a beautiful sleek-as-a-seal fur coat […]

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Police Chief revises services in face of major cuts

Next month, Mammoth Police Chief Dan Watson will likely go to the Town Council to explain service cutbacks and revised shift schedules as a result of expected cuts in police officer positions. With no final determination yet, the Chief does expect the elimination of some police services – footbeats in the Village, investigations of property […]

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No cones for the common man.

Caltrans regulations lead to cancellation of Lone Pine Xmas Parade

Bureaucratese seems to say, “Follow our rules even if you can’t figure them out.” That’s the kind of letter Lone Pine Chamber Director Kathleen New said she received after Caltrans rejected this year’s application for a permit submitted November 2nd to conduct Lone Pine’s Christmas Parade December 8th. Caltrans rejected it without much explanation. Then […]

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Politicians, kids, popcorn and Santa for tree lighting

BRING YOUR FESTIVE SPIRIT TO THE OFFICIAL TOWN OF MAMMOTH LAKES TREE-LIGHTING CEREMONY Mammoth Lakes, CA – The entire community of Mammoth Lakes is cordially invited to attend the Official Town of Mammoth Lakes Tree Lighting Ceremony at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, December 7, 2012 in the Footloose Sports parking lot at the corner of […]

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Saturday, this big, beautiful tree will be all lit up.

Song, warm drinks and lights!

Christmas Tree Lighting in Independence   The public is invited to help usher in the holiday season by singing traditional Christmas carols and helping to light the Independence Community Christmas Tree on Saturday Dec. 1. Those wishing to participate are being asked to gather at the Eastern California Museum starting at 4 p.m. Holiday treats […]

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Holiday spirit drives thousands to Village

From Robert Richards, Village at Mammoth Events Coordinator: “We are very happy to let you know that last night at theVillage At Mammoth was a tremendous success. Santa, Woolly and Lava Moon drew the largest crowds the Village has ever seen for this event. “Estimates of attendance throughout the evening are well over three thousand […]

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Digital 395 keeps up construction

Obvious in many places along Highway 395 are construction crews, heavy equipment, large spools of conduit or Fiber Optic cable between Carson City and Barstow. It’s all part of Digital 395 and Sarah Messerlian of Mono County sent out an update on the high speed internet project. As most know, this is a 583-mile-long fiber […]

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Holiday Pops

Chamber Music Unbound Presents The Felici Piano Trio, Eastern Sierra Chamber Orchestra & Choir and Elissa Johnston, soprano in “Festive Holiday Pops” with music by Handel, Bach and others. On Saturday, December 8 at 7:30 p.m. the performance will take place in Mammoth Lakes at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church.  On Sunday, December 9 at 7:30 […]

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Hooked on Christmas in Bishop

Tree Lighting Ceremony! Enjoy Hot Cocoa, Cookies and Visiting with Friends! Friday, December 7th at 5:30 p.m. in the Bishop City Park Kids Visit with Santa from 4:30-6 p.m. on Front Porch of Chamber Street of Lights Party Following the Tree Lighting Ceremony: Take a stroll downtown to get a jumpstart on Holiday Shopping Great Food • […]

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