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Klassen, Calvert win medical marijuana licenses

October 29, 2010

In the end, Steve Klassen and Robert Calvert stood like blood brothers in the hallway outside Mammoth Lakes Town Council Chambers, joined by their commitment to medical marijuana.

Both had won licenses to open cooperatives in Mammoth, courtesy of the Mammoth Lakes Planning Commission, which on Wednesday voted to award them the licenses, turning down a bid by Dagmar Zila of the Range of Light Wellness Center.

It was a short but convivial tĂŞte-a-tĂŞte, with hand shaking and a mutual pledge to help each other in the myriad issues facing them as Mammoth moves into the medical marijuana age.

What's Up, Up Here? October 29

October 29, 2010

Last Sunday, our good friend Erick Sugimura defied the wind and started running with the family dog, Tang, on the Downtown bike trail, but after a quarter mile a tree broke off and hit the ground about 40 yards away. “Seriously,” he Facebooked, “it was probably 20-30 feet tall and six to eight feet in diameter!” There’s a term for that: “Red Fir Roulette,” and you can ask Bob Solima about it. He saw plenty of action like that as longtime winter caretaker at Reds Meadow. ...

Whither goes winter weather?

October 29, 2010

Caught between the Great Basin to the east and Mojave Desert to the south, halfway between Southern and Northern California, backed by some of the highest mountains on the continent, Mammoth is a study in convergences and contrasts.

Its weather is no exception. High mountains do make their own weather to some extent, or block, mitigate or amplify what’s already out there.

Add the fact that Mammoth is almost precisely on the forecasting boundary between Northern and Southern California.

Alpers opposes DFG fish stocking proposal

October 29, 2010

The California Department of Fish and Game will meet in November to vote on a controversial measure that some say will impact private fish stocking operations throughout the Eastern Sierra.

Specifically, the measure would require any entity in the state that stocks its waters from a private or state-run fishery to pay for an environmental study to ensure the fish do not interfere with, or cause harm to, one of 87 species under concern.

While the DFG says Eastern Sierra operations will not be impacted, local fish farmers aren’t convinced.

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