Archive - Dec 30, 2010 - News Article
The most powerful document to come out of Mammoth in 2010 came with a curious name.
It is RecStrats, a shortening of â€śRecreation Vision & Strategies In Mammoth Lakes.â€ť
Created by Carl Ribaudo of the Strategic Marketing Group of South Lake Tahoe and facilitated by former Tourism and Recreation Manager Danna Stroud, the document ultimately may turn out to be as important as the Townâ€™s General Plan.
Not a policy document, it was created to provide all town and area leaders with a way to think in common terms about where the Town is headed in terms of what we do best â€“ having fun.
Hot Creek Aviation lawsuit still in appeal
There’s nothing quite like whistling past the graveyard.
Except now, with the $30 million Hot Creek Aviation litigation having gone against the Town, Mammoth Lakes is way past the graveyard.
Now it is wandering about in the never-never land of appeal.
Having made its argument in Sacramento in October, town officials came back to the High Country in low spirits.
It was a year of extremes.
Right off the bat, Mammoth hit 110 percent of normal snowfall.
Then, spring simply never showed up until it stopped snowing the last week of May. A cool and green May gave way to a gorgeous June and even July, as the massive snow and rain from the previous six months prolonged the arid Eastside’s green and flowing period far into August.
Summer was one of the most beautiful in collective memory.