Committee for Economic Health endorses 3 for Town of Mammoth Lakes Town Council Election

 

The Committee for Economic Health, a group of concerned business owners and managers, has endorsed three of the TOML Council candidates. Dion Agee, Chair of the Committee for Economic Health announced that they were endorsing Betsy Truax, John Wentworth and Chris Bubser for the 3 open seats.

“We are lucky that we have 6 individuals that are willing put themselves before the voters of Mammoth Lakes, however we felt three of the six really understood the economic issues facing the town” stated Agee, “We feel Betsy, John and Chris have a firm grasp of the issues facing Mammoth Lakes.”

“The committee respects all 6 that are running but felt that providing our top three candidates was important.” Explained Agee. “This is an important election for the future of Mammoth Lakes!”

The Committee for Economic Health was formed in 2022 by 14 local business professionals, in consultation with numerous other community members, for the purpose of bringing support for Town Council candidates that the group believes will make the best decisions for the economic health of our community. 

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sugarmags
sugarmags
3 months ago

Quite simply, it is not the taxpayers, nor the Town’s, role to bring customers to businesses. That seems to be the focus of most potential councilmembers, and current ones, and it’s non-sensical. Businesses need to do their own marketing, if needed. This whole idea that it’s the town’s responsibility to… Read more »

Rim 2 Rim
Rim 2 Rim
3 months ago

What to do something to help the local economy in Mammoth Lakes
. Lower the TOT taxes and gas prices .
They are a rip off.

mono resident
mono resident
3 months ago
Reply to  Rim 2 Rim

Perhaps you could explain to us how the town of Mammoth Lakes could lower the price of a product (gas) being sold by a private business.