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Mammoth meets federal air standard

Press release from Town of Mammoth Lakes and Great Basin Air Pollution Control District The US Environmental Protection Agency has officially designated the Town of Mammoth Lakes as an attainment area for the federal air quality standard for particulate matter. In a recent Federal Register notice, the Town was re-designated from nonattainment to attainment for […]

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Mammoth voters give “Yes” to Measure Z

Measure Z “Yes” votes far outnumbered no votes during the special ballot election Tuesday in Mammoth Lakes. The semi-official results from the Mono County Elections Department showed 858 “Yes” votes for a 69.87 percent total and 370 “No” votes, equaling 30.13 percent. Votes were received 1,228 of 2,900 registered voters, according to the Mono County Elections […]

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Letter: Considering Measure Z

The following letter was submitted by Lisa Isaacs Dear friends and community members, In consideration of so many personal opinions, it appears our special Measure Z election really is a good thing. As it turns out, transient  or overnight rentals in residential neighborhoods is such a wide-ranging, extremely important community issue that everyone concerned should […]

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Update: Measure Z forum cancelled

The following press release was issued by the “Let Mammoth Decide” group: The Chamber of Commerce Measure Z Forum planned for September 29, 2015, was cancelled by the No on Z group due to format requests by the YES on Z group. Specifically, Yes on Z supporters felt it was inappropriate for a Town Councilman […]

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A look at Measure Z in Mammoth Lakes

By Deb Murphy The town of Mammoth Lakes has been flirting with the idea of short-term rentals in single-family residential zones for years with no real consummation. If the Let Mammoth Decide group succeeds with the October 6 special election on Measure Z, flirting is where this relationship may end. On paper, Z doesn’t really […]

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Mammoth begins road rehabilitation

Town of Mammoth Lakes press release Mammoth Lakes, CA – The Town of Mammoth Lakes with the Contractor, SPIESS Construction will be conducting road rehabilitation along Old Mammoth Road and Sherwin Creek Road. Old Mammoth Road Asphalt grinding and repaving of the streets on Old Mammoth Road from the intersection at Minaret Road to Timber […]

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Mammoth celebrates Park and Recreation Month

– Press release Mammoth Lakes, CA – Since 1985, America has celebrated July as the nation’s official Park and Recreation Month. In 2009, the U.S. House of Representatives officially mandated July as “Park and Recreation Month.” This July the Town of Mammoth Lakes is celebrating 30 years of Park and Recreation Month and the enduring […]

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Inyo National Forest planning early openings

– Press release from Inyo National Forest The Inyo National Forest is planning to open recreation facilities on the Mammoth and Mono Lake Ranger Districts early this year based upon warm, dry conditions throughout the winter months. The forest is coordinating with the Town of Mammoth Lakes, National Park Service, Eastern Sierra Transit Authority, Cal […]

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La Palma wins Mammoth indoor soccer title

By Rob Gill After ten intense weeks the 2015 Mammoth Indoor Soccer League concluded its action this past Sunday in the Mammoth High School Gymnasium. The league began with eight co-ed teams vying for the championship with the top four contenders advancing to last Sunday’s Semi Final matches. The first game of the evening had […]

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Woodstove replacement still available

– Press release Limited funding is still available through the Town’s Woodstove Replacement Program for heating system upgrades throughout Mammoth Lakes! Property owners who would like to replace open fireplaces, woodstoves, or wood-burning inserts can still benefit from subsidies provided by the Town’s program. Since September, more than 73 heating system replacements have been completed […]

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‘Let Mammoth Decide’ ballot initiative filed

– Press release On February 2, long-time Mammoth Lakes residents, Kathy Cage, Michael Agnitch, and Tom Gaunt filed a ballot initiative regarding nightly home rentals in residential neighborhoods. A “Yes” vote on this initiative will require the Town Council to seek voter approval before changing the laws regarding transient rentals of homes in residential zones […]

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