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Mammoth looks to Oakland for new town manager

February 26, 2011

The Mammoth Lakes Town Council and legal staff went looking for a major leaguer to fill the Town Manager’s job, and they may have found one in Marianna Marysheva-Martinez.

She’s dynamic, and has big-city smarts, as the town staff will discover Wednesday, when she takes over as Interim Town Manager.

Gov. Jerry Brown, then the mayor of chaotic Oakland, turned to Marysheva-Martinez to be his budget director for five years. She then served for five years as an assistant city administrator in Oakland’s Ron Dellums Administration.

Goodbye to Postmaster Gary Fultz

February 26, 2011

Gary Fultz has left the fold, and the Mammoth Lakes Post Office will not be the same.

The convivial postmaster served his last day in Mammoth this week. Next, he and his wife Kristin will tow their sports trailer back to Ludington, Mich., which they left five years ago for a life in the Sierra Nevada.

“We’d never even heard of Mammoth Lakes until the job came up,” Fultz said. “In fact, all the people in Ludington were kind of upset I took it, because I was the one in line for the postmaster’s job there.”

Fultz will turn 55 on Monday, the retirement age for postal workers.

What's Up, Up Here? Feb. 25

February 26, 2011

Mammoth’s Deena Kastor, the Olympic Marathon bronze medalist and American record holder in the marathon and half marathon, gave birth to a baby girl on Monday night, tweeted her Mammoth Track Club teammate, Josh Cox.

“HUGE CONGRATS to Andrew & Deena Kastor on the birth of a healthy baby girl! Piper Bloom Kastor, 6-lbs 5-oz. 19in! WOW!” Cox tweeted just after 9 p.m. PST on Monday. This is the first child for Kastor and her husband Andrew. Kastor, who turned 38 last week, will be aiming to make her fourth Olympic team in 2012. ...

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