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Mammoth Interim Manager examines organization

In his first month on the job, Mammoth’s Interim Town Manager, Dan Holler, has delved into the organizational structure of the cash-strapped town to determine if and how many employee and department head vacancies should be filled, how town government can function better, how functions are related – all of this in the short-run and […]

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Town Council accepts manager’s resignation

(News Release – Town of Mammoth Lakes) On Thursday, September 5, the Mammoth Lakes Town Council accepted the resignation of Town Manager Marianna Marysheva-Martinez.  Ms. Marysheva-Martinez served the Town for 2 ½ years as Interim Town Manager, Assistant Town Manager, and Town Manager.  She was instrumental in guiding the Town Council through the bankruptcy filing […]

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Mammoth housing board asks to hold the line

Mammoth Lakes Housing, Inc., a group mandated by the Mammoth Town Council, has taken funding hits over the past year or so and now the housing board has asked the Town Council to stop the cash drain of voter-approved tax money for housing. In a position statement issued Wednesday, the Mammoth Lakes Housing Board of […]

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Time for Mammoth people to weigh losses

The past year has kept Mammoth Lakes residents mostly in the dark about negotiations over the lawsuit judgment debt. Now, Town officials say they want to hear from people on proposed plans to cut seven police officers and six other employees along with the closure of Whitmore Park and Pool – this, to raise $2 […]

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ML Tourism end of year report

The good news? Mammoth Lakes Tourism has reported that July through November of 2011 brought in the highest transient occupancy tax revenues in the past seven years. The less than good news? December through June of 2012, TOT was down 15% compared to 2011. But, better news is that taken alone, June of this year […]

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Mammoth Mayor says may be bankruptcy news “soon”

Before going into yet another special meeting closed session Tuesday night on matters of bankruptcy, Mammoth’s Mayor Matthew Lehman said that the Town Council may have something to report soon. On Tuesday, Mayor Lehman said he could not comment on the debt negotiations but said, “I hope to have something to report Wednesday or sooner.” […]

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Mammoth's Town Council did not directly address the court writ demanding full payment of the Town's $43 million debt by June 30th.

So, what about the writ?

Mammoth’s Assistant Town Manager Marianna Marysheva-Martinez called it “an exciting night” – the passage of the Town’s budget Wednesay night on time and balanced.  What neither she nor anyone else addressed was the second half of the agenda item – what will the Town do in response to the court writ, due June 30th, that […]

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