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Town Council: new bank officer, amnesty for business tax and TBID appeals

UPDATE: 9-5 FROM MAYOR RICK WOOD – “Council accepted MMM resignation effective 09-06.  Vote was 4-0 with Jo Bacon absent.  We have initiated a search for an experienced interim.” ********************************************* At Wednesday night’s Town Council meeting, one citizen stood up to express her bad feelings about how the Council has handled the apparent ouster of […]

 
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Wilbrecht’s separation agreement reveals some details

The former Mammoth Town Manager’s Separation Agreement with the Town of Mammoth Lakes became final yesterday. The Town released a copy to Sierra Wave Media upon request. The document confirms that Wilbrecht resigned, that neither party will sue the other and that Wilbrecht gets nine months’ salary and accrued comprehensive leave money. The Town and […]

 
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Marysheva-Martinez responds to employee morale issues

Three more critical employees have left their jobs with Town of Mammoth Lakes government, morale has sunk and some say they fear the new Town Manager and her style. Marianna Marysheva-Martinez has sent workers two memos that speak to some of their fears. The Town Council voted to appoint Marysheva-Martinez to the spot of Town […]

 
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Mammoth Town Council huddles over MLLA

Wednesday members of the Mammoth Town Council will hear the latest on debt negotiations with Mammoth Lakes Land Acquisition, the Santa Monica firm that beat the Town in court over a development agreement at the airport. Town Manager Dave Wilbrecht and Financial Consultant Marianna Marysheva-Martinez, along with Mayor Jo Bacon, have continued to negotiate with […]

 
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New reality in Mammoth surfaces during budget talks

As the businessmen of Mammoth Lakes Land Acquisition pore over financial records of the Town of Mammoth Lakes, in search of payment for their $40 million lawsuit judgment, the Town Council tries to come up with an interim budget for the new fiscal year, which does not even include the big debt payments. New Town […]

 
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