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Snowpack is high, but moisture is evaporating

January 21, 2011

Although the current snowpack on top of Mammoth Pass is at 297 percent of normal for the second week of January, it’s still too early to celebrate.

“If we don’t get any snow, and there’s none forecast, this could be the wettest December on record followed by the driest January,” said state snow surveyor John Dittli.

Despite the snowiest December on record, there’s still reason to keep at hand that snow dance routine most longtime Mammothites know.

So, if things continue as they are forecast, the wettest December might be followed by another record -and not a wanted one.

Gregory, MMSA, escape Hot Creek fallout

January 21, 2011

A couple of very high-profile Mammoth players in the Hot Creek lawsuit remained invisible in last month’s $30 million judgment against the Town of Mammoth Lakes.

Mammoth Mountain Ski Area and its CEO, Rusty Gregory, were left unscathed – not even mentioned. This is in spite of the fact that at the beginning of the case, in 1997, both MMSA and Gregory himself were caught in some nasty crossfire.

They still are, in a sense.

When the case first was filed, both Gregory and MMSA were named as defendants, along with the Town.

What's Up, Up Here? Jan. 21

January 21, 2011

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