Tag Archives | Town Manager Marianna Marysheva-Martinez


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 Town Manager will resign

This morning, word from within Mammoth Lakes Town government said that Town Manager Marianna Marysheva-Martinez had decided to resign and did not like the way her position was handled in recent days. Councilman Matthew Lehman said Martinez does intend to resign, but it’s not yet official. In recent weeks, during Manager Martinez’s month-long vacation, the […]

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Town Council makes no change

After meeting for more than two hours in closed session on Friday, the Mammoth Town Council came out with nothing to report. Their agenda said that they would consider the discipline/dismisal/or release of a public employee and consider appointment of a Town Manager. They apparently did neither. The off-the-record reports from reliable sources said the […]

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Letter to the editor: Town defines “crazy”

Honorable Mayor Wood and Town Council: In recent weeks you’ve had several discussions in closed session evaluating Town Manager Marianna Marysheva-Martinez, all while she’s been away on a family vacation and could not respond to your discussion. And now I understand you plan for a final closed session discussion/vote this Friday in another closed meeting during which […]

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Mammoth Town Council and their Manager

For a couple of weeks in a row, the Mammoth Town Council held special meetings to either in part of in total “consider evaluation of a public employee: Town Manager.” Mayor Rick Wood and Town Manager Marianna Marysheva-Martinez offered some very brief comment. When asked about the closed session evaluations, Mayor Wood said no action […]

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Mammoth Town Council: budget, lieutenant, and volunteerism

The recent budget shortfall for next fiscal year in Mammoth Lakes has improved somewhat. Budget discussions at last week’s meeting revealed some changes but continuing money issues. According to Town Manager Marianna Marysheva-Martinez, the Town’s financial position has “strengthened lately.” She said the major cutbacks of past months have helped and will lead to a […]

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Some officials complain about budget shortfall

Citizens and members of the Town Council expressed frustration at the fact that next fiscal year’s budget is some $562,000 short. Town Manager Marianna Marysheva-Martinez said the shortfall is not an emergency and that Town Staff needs credit for what they have done in the past couple of years. Martinez had sent out the word […]

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Mammoth’s new budget shows $562,527 shortfall

For those who might have thought the Town of Mammoth’s money problems were over, not so. When they meet Wednesday at 5pm, the Town Council will face the fact that the next fiscal year’s budget is short more than half a million dollars compared to the five-year financial plan. Officials point to unknowns in the […]

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After “draconian cuts” some good news

Last April the Town of Mammoth Lakes faced a major, structural budget problem on top of a $43 million debt and possible bankruptcy. This April has a much more hopeful look. Town Manager Marianna Marysheva-Martinez told the Town Council Wednesday night that she had good news. Martinez said, “We have made draconian cuts. The only […]

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Town of Mammoth Lakes expects budget surplus

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Town Announces Results of Mid-Year Budget Review for Fiscal Year 2012-13, including Anticipated Savings in the General Fund Town of Mammoth Lakes, CA – April 2, 2013 – (Press Release – Stuart Brown) The Town of Mammoth Lakes released today the results of a mid-year financial review for the current fiscal year, […]

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Mammoth Town Manager defends employees, looks to economy

Privately, many call her “Triple M” and criticize her management style that led to painful job cuts and fear among employees, but Town Manager Marianna Marysheva-Martinez says she has dealt with the major financial issues of the Town as best she could and now focuses on employee and citizen relations. At the last Town Council […]

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