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Rusty Gregory appointed CEO of Alterra Mountain Company

News release DENVER, CO, February 7, 2018 – Alterra Mountain Company announced the appointment of Rusty Gregory as Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Gregory is an investor in the company and has been a member of the Board of Directors since the company’s inception in August 2017. Mr. Gregory is an experienced travel industry executive and proven mountain resort […]

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Gregory, Mammoth Resorts give gift to support cancer screening

Press release “Breast cancer screening through mammography is critical for early detection and life-saving treatment,” according to Dr. Yuri Parisky, Chief of Staff at Mammoth Hospital, and leading expert in the field of breast cancer. “There is no substitute. Over the past 10 years, we have provided digital mammography for all patients in the Eastern […]

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CEO Confirms June Mountain Plans

The last time Rusty Gregory stood before the June Lake Citizen Advisory Committee he had to deliver some extremely unfortunate news. However, at the meeting that took place on November 5th at 7pm in June Lake, the Mammoth Mountain CEO was in high spirits as he announced that June Mountain would open on December 13, […]

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Forest Service reveals position on June Mountain

This week, the Mono Supervisors, citizens of June Lake and Mammoth Lakes, and Ski Area CEO Rusty Gregory have all talked a lot about the new Ski Area management team, the future of June Mountain and the Main Lodge land trade. An often unheard voice, that of the Forest Service, was also heard. At The […]

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Gregory will go public with new leadership team for MMSA

At the last Town Council meeting and in writing to employees, Mammoth Mountain CEO Rusty Gregory talked about how Mammoth and June Lake have struggled, how the financial meltdown and recession have hurt, and how the worst droughts in the region’s history have caused lost jobs and businesses. He said while he will remain CEO, […]

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Mono Supervisors consider letter to Feinstein

Although Mono officials remain uncertain about the impacts of major changes in Mammoth Mountain operations and leadership, they will consider a letter to Senator Dianne Feinstein to gain continued support for June Mountain and a regional concept. After Mammoth Mountain CEO Rusty Gregory’s statements that he will no longer operate the Ski Area in a […]

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Comment split over TBID in Mammoth

For many, Rusty Gregory’s bombshell announcement at the Mammoth Town Council meeting that he would soon no longer run Mammoth Mountain Ski Area eclipsed the discussion that followed on the proposed Tourism Business Improvement District. Gregory called it the only growth strategy for the future. He asked the Town Council to look at the BID […]

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Rusty shares employee memo information

Rusty Gregory’s statement this week that he would soon not be running the Ski Area caused concern and questions by many. We asked Gregory if he could comment further. Though out of town, Gregory emailed us the memo he sent to all Ski Area employees Thursday. The memo does offer some further explanation about the […]

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June Lake people get tough with Mammoth Mountain

Citizens of June Lake, devastated by the closure of June Mountain last summer, have grabbed for what might seem like their only piece of leverage – Mammoth Mountain’s land trade at the Main Lodge, in the works for a number of years. Residents have sent strong letters to the Forest Service that essentially call for […]

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Work to help June Lake expands

Citizens and officials of June Lake continue to work on ideas to keep the economy afloat in the face of June Mountain Ski Area’s closure. A new group called June Lake Revitalization Committee has expanded the effort from a way to keep the Mountain open to many ways to expand recreation and the economy in […]

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Officials, citizens struggle to save June Mountain

A one-two punch to the economy of June Lake. That’s what Supervisor-Elect Tim Alpers called the closure of June Mountain and now a Senate Bill that would cut fish hatchery funds. Faced with the toughest changes in its history, June Lake was well represented at Tuesday’s Special Meeting of the Mono Supervisors in June Lake. […]

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