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Mammoth Town Council report

By Deb Murphy Mammoth Lakes Town Council gave the green light to the design phase for additional parking in the North Village area, completing Trails End Park and seeking grant funding for a sub-consortium of the Eastern Sierra Connect Regional Broadband Consortium at Wednesday evening’s meeting. The 72 parking spaces, identified as Hillside Lot Phases […]

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Mammoth Town Council approves multi-use facility

By Deb Murphy Mammoth Lake’s multi-use facility (aka the ice rink) got the green light at last Wednesday night’s Town Council meeting, by a 3-2 vote. The rink and community center project now heads into the design and environmental analysis phase. After an hour of public comments, weighted heavily against the Mammoth Creek Park West […]

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Letter from ‘Let Mammoth Decide’

The group ‘Let Mammoth Decide’ submitted the following letter to Sierra Wave Media: At last week’s Council meeting, instead of adopting the Let Mammoth Decide Initiative or scheduling an election, a decision was made to order another staff report studying the Initiative. Mayor Pro Tem Raimondo questioned the very legitimacy of the Initiative and the signature gathering […]

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Town Council: stoves, budget and fees

The Mammoth Town Council meets tonight. They will start off their meeting with a closed session at 5:30 with their attorney to discuss anticipated litigation. There is no public information on what this might be. The regular meeting will start at 6pm. A Council presentation starts off the agenda. The Council will recognize Bipin Morari, […]

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Mammoth Town Council candidate forum

Eight Mammoth Town Council candidates fielded individual questions from moderator Brent Truax Tuesday evening at the Mammoth Chamber of Commerce forum. Some got specific in their answers. Some didn’t. The rules of the forum allowed candidates to pick their own topics to discuss if they had the time. Here are a few examples of questions […]

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Do building shadows equal ice?

When the Mammoth Town Council approved changes in the Zoning Code recently, they heard from Mammoth Fire Division Chief Thom Heller. He pointed out concerns about adequate parking requirements and potential shading of winter streets by tall buildings. Safety lies at the heart of both issues for fire officials. Division Chief Heller said the new […]

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