Tag Archives | Assistant Town Manager Marianna Marysheva-Martinez


Mammoth Town Council accepts Wilbrecht’s resignation, appoints Marysheva-Martinez

As usually reliable sources had predicted to Sierra Wave Media, Mammoth’s Town Manager Dave Wilbrecht has resigned and the Council appointed Assistant Town Manager Marianna Marysheva-Martinez to take over as Town Manager – both actions take effect in seven days. After last night’s closed session of the Town Council, Mayor Matthew Lehman said that the […]

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Still no explanation about Mammoth Town Manager

At just after 7pm Monday night, Mammoth Mayor Matthew Lehman said that the Council had just walked out of their closed session focused on Town Manager Dave Wilbrecht. The Mayor said there was nothing new to report and that the Council would meet again on this subject in a closed session before the Wednesday night […]

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Marianna Marysheva-Martinez will continue to work for Mammoth

ANOTHER UPDATE –  Seems Ms. Myrold “mis-typed the total”  of Marianna Marysheva-Martinez’s total compensation. Myrold said of Martinez, “Her base salary is $208,000 with PERS her total compensation is $245,915.” UPDATE – Correction from Manager Wilbrecht on Martinez’s compensation.  Acting Finance Director Cyndi Myrold said, “Marianna’s base salary is $208,000.  With PERS, the total employee […]

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Mammoth Town Council talks employee negotiations

At their regular meeting on November 7th, the Mammoth Town Council will start to deliberate on the proposed restructuring plan of town government, including some 13 job cuts. Seven of those are in the police department. However, there will be no cuts there until next July 1st. Tonight, the Council scheduled a special meeting at […]

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Citizens talk cuts, services and new taxes

When the Mammoth Town Council met last Thursday night, none of the private anger, threats of re-call or blistering condemnations about government cuts made it to the public forum. The atmosphere was civil and for several hours, citizens did stand up to support specific services. Some strongly stood up for new taxes to help pay […]

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In bureaucratic document, Mammoth spells out community impacts

(Link to agenda bill – http://mammothlakes.granicus.com/MetaViewer.php?meta_id=25162&view=&showpdf=1    and see Police Chief’s report below and in agenda bill) In a thick agenda bill document of 67 pages, Assistant Town Manager Marianna Marysheva-Martinez has spelled out details of impacts from proposed government cuts. With just a day or so to absorb all of that, citizens faced a tough […]

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Delay in police layoffs and debate on how to fill police void

When they first announced their restructuring plan to help pay off the MLLA judgment debt, Mammoth Town officials said the plan included the elimination of 13 employees or positions with seven of those in the police department to take place by January 1. Apparently recognizing their signed MOU with police, officials now say they will […]

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Mammoth Town Council take debt resolution “one day at a time”

Special closed sessions over bankruptcy issues continue with the Mammoth Town Council.  They planned to meet in private Wednesday evening before their regular meeting, and now they have scheduled yet another special closed session for Thursday at 10am.  Assistant Town Manager Marianna Marysheva-Martinez said that the Town is taking final resolution of the $43 million […]

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Closed sessions on bankruptcy settlement continue in Mammoth

Last week, private reports in Mammoth Lakes indicated there might have been some news on the settlement of the $43 million debt to MLLA. There wasn’t. Assistant Town Manager Marianna Marysheva-Martinez had invited us to contact her Friday to check on any developments. We did, but she had nothing to report. Again, this week, the […]

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