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Archive - Jul 20, 2012

What's Up, Up Here? Mammoth news and gossip for July 20-16, this week starring the Usual Suspects

July 20, 2012

Taxi War at Mammoth-Yosemite Airport

July 20, 2012

A battle between five taxi/limo operators reached fever pitch Tuesday afternoon.

Local photographers at Mountain Light exhibit

July 20, 2012

Sweeping panoramic vistas, evocative landscapes and cultural portraits are featured in a new guest artist exhibit at Mountain Light Gallery.

Showcasing images by Sierra photographers Vern Clevenger, Jim Stimson, Londie Padelsky, Jerry Dodrill and John Dittli, the exhibit resonates with each artist's passion for exploration and their individually distinctive dedication to living a life immersed amid natural beauty.

Sierra Classic Theatre presents Shakespeare's "The Tempest"

July 20, 2012

The players of the Sierra Classic Theatre will open s six-day run of William Shakespeare’s “The Tempest,” beginning tonight at Sam’s Woodsite in Mammoth.

It is an audacious, if not tempestuous undertaking, directed by Lesley Bruns and performed under the trees at the venue.

The players ask for a $10 donation for those wishing to attend.

Although the theatre company will offer some chairs, the players ask members of the audience to bring their own chairs if they like, and a picnic.

Forest Service hold as much power as MMSA when it comes to June Mountain

July 20, 2012

The final say regarding June Mountain Ski Area’s destiny—this coming winter and from here on—lies as much with Inyo National Forest supervisor Ed Armenta as it does with MMSA CEO Rusty Gregory.

Although Gregory was the focus of much of the public’s ire at last week’s meeting between the June Lake community and Gregory, Armenta was the other real power in the room. He had just returned from his first meeting with Gregory earlier that day, July 10. Armenta said it was very clear to him how critical to the community of June Lake and to Mono County it is to keep June Mountain open.

Judgement by Gregory

July 20, 2012

The Town should ask Rusty Gregory to pay the judgment

These days, our national institutions are out of our control. We should at least be at peace with the idea that we control our local government. But when the record available to us shows our local government is no longer under our control, we are compelled to raise questions and address those individuals who have brought us to financial crisis. So, after a review of public records available to us, I would like to know “who is in charge at city hall” and has as anyone asked Gregory and/or Long to pay the judgment?

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