More Pain: New Requirements for Hotels, Lodging, and Short-Term Rental in Mammoth Lakes

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David Dennison
David Dennison
1 year ago

Steve Wells What your saying,sounds like a lot of “who shot John”. I don’t believe a word of it. Too many coincidences happening to you and people you know… If what you say is true,you’d have a certain “news agency” pounding on your door wanting to hear your story and… Read more »

Eddie Malvin
Eddie Malvin
2 years ago

I’m confused. What specifically is so onerous and painful about the new requirements? Washing cooking utensils and bedding between rentals should be a standard practice and blocking off the property for 24 hours between rentals seems completely reasonable. We have multiple rental properties on the East Coast and we have… Read more »

Debbie
Debbie
2 years ago

We are being tested on how obedient we can be. By instilling fear. I believe, if we ALL would stand together, not let the “narrator’s ” turn us against each other, or make us afraid to be near one another. Find the truth! Expose it! And save America (our world)… Read more »

Steve Wells
Steve Wells
2 years ago

We are being scammed. My wife went down to be tested cause it was free in our town signed and waited for over an hour and left before she was tested, out of frustration. Two weeks later we got a letter in the mail saying she was positive for covid.… Read more »

ritaklabacha
ritaklabacha
2 years ago
Reply to  Steve Wells

Steve Wells, where did your wife go to be tested ? Did you follow up with the testing site to let them know she got results that weren’t accurate ? Did you take any responsibility to report this? “Many people” you know have gone to get tested and then left… Read more »

Charles O. Jones
Charles O. Jones
2 years ago
Reply to  Steve Wells

Horse Feathers

tbone
tbone
1 year ago
Reply to  Steve Wells

Steve Wells, you’re lying. This story has been shared a hundred time on social media, and you basically copied/pasted. You people complain endlessly about so-called fake news, when in truth you’re the ones spreading lies.

Comrad Erik
Comrad Erik
1 year ago
Reply to  Steve Wells

Thank you comrad Steve for spreading our message. The information minister will be pleased.

Tom Grimes
Tom Grimes
2 years ago

Welllll…. Mammoth + Weekend + August + Covid vacationers = Sea of humanity.

Town Goon
Town Goon
2 years ago

Mammoth MTN should fund a political pac to remove these goons who’ve screwed and continue to screw businesses barely able to make it. This is a joke…..where will people be able to stay in the winter? Prices gonna skyrocket……you’re gonna see a lotta people sleeping in their cars….me included. Hahha

Stop non-essential travel
Stop non-essential travel
2 years ago
Reply to  Town Goon

The only people that have “screwed” the businesses are the people who refused, and continue to refuse, to wear masks and practice social distancing.

Steve
Steve
2 years ago

You forgot…no fun!

Donna Grant
Donna Grant
2 years ago

How about no groups larger than 6, but family members no larger than 12 in a group, there are still some family’s with many children. 60 million H1n1 cases/ 4 million covid-19. Don’t crawl in a hole. Just be careful. Spacing at restaurants helps. In my city there have only… Read more »

Stop non-essential travel
Stop non-essential travel
2 years ago
Reply to  Donna Grant

Which H1N1 EXACTLY are you talking about ? The 2009 pandemic H1N1 ? If yes, in the US, you are correct, there was an estimated 60 million cases. But you forgot to mention “only” approx 12,500 deaths due to the 2009 H1N1.

Charles O. Jones
Charles O. Jones
1 year ago
Reply to  Donna Grant

Hey Donna, don’t ignore the fact that there have been 150K more deaths from covid (still counting), and in a much shorter period of time than H1N1. You’re comparing apples and oranges. And if your city has seen a large outbreak, consider yourself lucky. MANY other places haven’t been so… Read more »

Howard
Howard
2 years ago

We just got back from Mammoth lakes, it’s insanely crowded on week ends, The new requirements should have included language, “no groups larger than 6, no running on trails no gathering at eateries, masks mandatory, no exceptions

Tinner
Tinner
2 years ago
Reply to  Howard

Howard, a lot of us Mammoth locals would have been perfectly fine if our local authorities had closed the town to all visitors completely, allowing only those who live and work into our town.

Dan Williams
Dan Williams
1 year ago
Reply to  Tinner

A lot of you Mammoth locals would not have a job if the authority’s closed the town down.