For many years, Mammoth officials and citizens have dreamed about, talked about, and worked on a re-make of Main Street. Tonight, in a joint workshop with the Planning and Economic Development Commission, the Mammoth Town Council will receive a presentation and discussion on a Draft Main Street Plan.
Some basic ideas that have been considered include making Main Street more pedestrian friendly and more attractive. The workshop was scheduled to start at 4pm in Suite Z.
On their regular meeting agenda that starts at 6pm, the Council will meet a new Tourism Business Improvement District Accounting Assistant, Maureen McClain. And, the Helen Putnam Award for Excellence will be presented for the Gateway Monument project. The award comes from the League of California Cities.
Suzanne Ferry will appeal past due Transient Occupancy Taxes, penalties and interest for a property on Starwood. And, the Council will review the Town’s Solid Waste Reduction Program and progress to obtain compliance with State law requirements.
The Council plans to approve the 2013 Measure R Fall Award Process, and hear recommendations from the Mammoth Lakes Recreation Steering Committee and proposed next steps.
Finally, the Council will go into closed session with legal counsel on the Eric Hugelman versus Town of Mammoth Lakes case. Hugelman had been terminated from the Police Department, and then reinstated. His case takes issue with back pay.