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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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Town attorney explains silence on town manager

Some citizens have pointed accusing fingers at the Mammoth Town Council for failure to disclose what’s going on with Town Manager Dave Wilbrecht, who is on administrative leave and the subject of a series of closed sessions. Town Attorney Andy Morris said that legally there is not much officials can say. Sierra Wave Media asked […]

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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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Still no comment on status of Mammoth Town Manager

After two closed sessions with Town Manager Dave Wilbrecht and an item that called for discipline, dismissal or release of a public employee, the Mammoth Town Council had no action to report. Mayor Matthew Lehman told Sierra Wave Media Thursday night that there was no action in the afternoon closed session with Mr. Wilbrecht. The […]

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Another closed session with Mammoth Town Manager

Tuesday, the Mammoth Town Council met in a special meeting closed session with Town Manager Dave Wilbrecht. The agenda says the session was to “consider evaluation of a public employee: Town Manager.” Council members have so far declined to comment. Another special meeting closed session with Wilbrecht is now scheduled for Thursday at 3pm. That […]

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Town Council will meet with manager on police

Six months ago, Mammoth Lakes Police Officers took a 16% cut in wages. Management has now asked to take more cuts with the possibility that this move might save some of the police officer positions. Police Chief Dan Watson laid out his plan of police service under the orders from the Town Council to cut […]

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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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Time for Mammoth people to weigh losses

The past year has kept Mammoth Lakes residents mostly in the dark about negotiations over the lawsuit judgment debt. Now, Town officials say they want to hear from people on proposed plans to cut seven police officers and six other employees along with the closure of Whitmore Park and Pool – this, to raise $2 […]

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Still no details on Mammoth-MLLA deal

Mammoth residents know nothing more today than they did Tuesday about how much money the Town may pay to Mammoth Lakes Land Acquisition to settle the $43 million lawsuit judgment.  What they do know is Assistant Town Manager Marianna Marysheva-Martinez said she will go public with all the details once a final settlement agreement is […]

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Mammoth Town Council lists “community update” on MLLA debt

In August, Mammoth people heard from their officials that the dreadful $43 million lawsuit judgment debt was settled. A press release told how the court-ordered mediation resulted in a tentative agreement on a settlement with Mammoth Lakes Land Acquisition and developer Terry Ballas. So far, officials have declined to reveal the dollar amount and terms […]

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