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Southern Inyo Hospital District Has Bankruptcy Plan Approved

It’s been a long time coming…but after several years of hard work… The Board of Directors of the Southern Inyo Healthcare District is pleased to announce the United States Bankruptcy Court – Eastern District of California -Sacramento Division approved the District’s plan for paying its creditors and bringing resolution to the bankruptcy case on July 6, 2020. The Board of […]

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Lehman will not seek re-election

Councilman Matthew Lehman sat in the Mammoth Town Council Mayor’s seat as the Town wavered close to bankruptcy last year. They were tough times and full of almost daily meetings. At this point, Councilman Lehman has decided not to seek re-election. Lehman announced that he will not run for Council or for Mono County Assessor. […]

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Marysheva-Martinez responds to employee morale issues

Three more critical employees have left their jobs with Town of Mammoth Lakes government, morale has sunk and some say they fear the new Town Manager and her style. Marianna Marysheva-Martinez has sent workers two memos that speak to some of their fears. The Town Council voted to appoint Marysheva-Martinez to the spot of Town […]

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Schienle says Town singled him out for benefit suspension

Add another angry police officer to the Town of Mammoth’s growing list. In October, former Police Chief Randy Schienle filed documents to oppose Mammoth’s bankruptcy filing. His complaint? A suspension of benefits that he said he negotiated with the Town when he retired. Schienele pointed to what he believes is a “consistent pattern of harassment […]

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Mono County worries over possible Mammoth bankruptcy

If the Town of Mammoth Lakes files bankruptcy, Mono County will be affected as a creditor. The County provides hundreds of thousands of dollars in services to the Town. County Counsel Marshall Rudolph said a Town bankruptcy could impact the Town’s payment for these services.  He has asked for a closed session to talk over […]

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Harvey pleads for accountability, change, and MLLA resolution

“What a mess.  A total mess.”  That’s what Mammoth Town Councilman Skip Harvey said of the situation in Mammoth after hearing the Assistant Town Manager explain a budget restructuring plan with $3 million more in proposed cuts and after hearing a dozen citizens make a plea to preserve funding of marketing.  Harvey fell short of […]

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Debt negotiations continue in Mammoth

In the new year, Town of Mammoth officials continue to negotiate with Mammoth Lakes Land Acquisition over the $42 million court judgment owed by the Town.  The uncertainty over Town government money continues. Financial advisor Marianna Marysheva-Martinez told Sierra Wave that the Town did get a response from MLLA to its last proposal on December […]

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