Tag Archives | Mammoth Mountain CEO Rusty Gregory

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Business and government officials talk BID

For a few weeks, a group of Mammoth business owners and officials have met in an exploratory committee to consider formation of a Business Improvement District and the possible imposition of a 1% assessment on gross revenues of lodging, restaurant and retail businesses.  John Urdi, Mammoth Lakes Tourism Director, said that preliminary discussions indicate that […]

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Town Council moves ahead with plans to cut

Privately, citizens in Mammoth Lakes are saying that Town officials “orchestrated their online survey to match their already decided on plan.”  At last week’s Town Council meeting, even though the survey revealed that only about a third of the respondents supported the cut of seven police officers, all five councilmembers seemed to support the police […]

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MMSA CEO goes public

He kept a very low profile for months while the Town of Mammoth Lakes agitated through its cash crisis, but Wednesday night Mammoth Mountain CEO Rusty Gregory went public.  He called himself an impediment and called for living and doing business in a different way. Sierra Wave Media talked to Gregory before Wednesday night’s Town […]

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Officials, citizens meet on future of June Mountain

Elected officials and business people have gone to a series of meetings with Mammoth Mountain CEO Rusty Gregory and Forest Supervisor Ed Armenta.  They hope to somehow keep June Mountain open next winter. Earlier this month, Gregory announced closure of June Mountain due to financial considerations.  Banks that hold loans for Mammoth Mountain pressed the […]

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Hyde bugs residents, may change

Partying and peaceful living sometimes just don’t jive. Some condo residents in the North Village in Mammoth Lakes say that’s the case with the Hyde Lounge and its loud music from 10pm to 2am. Mammoth Mountain CEO Rusty Gregory has been dealing with this issue. Gregory said he has talked to one particular resident for […]

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MMSA CEO responds to questions

Mammoth Mountain CEO Rusty Gregory continues to accept full responsibility for the layoff of 75 year-round employees and for what he called the intended and unintended consequences.  Gregory appeared at the Mammoth Town Council meeting Wednesday night sto repeat the news of the 30% loss of revenue and skiers and the impacts on the workforce.  […]

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