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UPDATED: Mammoth gets new manager, county loses theirs as Wilbrecht takes top Town job

April 12, 2011

The Town Council of Mammoth Lakes has selected a permanent Town Manager.

The new manager, Dave Wilbrecht, currently serves as Mono County's administrator, and is well known in Mammoth Lakes both due to his current position with the county and previous service with the Town.

Wilbrecht's employment agreement is scheduled for approval by the Town Council in an open session on Wednesday, April 20, 2011. His first day on the job is going to be Wednesday, June 1.

FAA Investigation finds Mammoth Airport compliant with federal regulations

April 12, 2011

The Town of Mammoth Lakes has announced a positive outcome of a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) investigation relating to an allegation by a former employee that the Mammoth Yosemite Airport (MMH) failed to carry sufficient amounts of fire suppressing agent and failed to notify air carriers of the insufficient amounts in October 2010.

Remains found in Death Valley belong to Carson City man, others possibly to German tourist

April 12, 2011

Inyo County authorities have positively identified one of three sets of human remains located in southeast Inyo County in the past several months.

Deputy Coroner Jeff Mullenhour announced last week that remains located in the Badwater region of Death Valley are those of Carson City resident Norman Cox.

Cox was reported missing in August of 2010 after his family received a suicide note posted from Death Valley.

Local law enforcement conducted a search of the Death Valley area in August of that year, but was unable to locate any signs of Cox and eventually called off the search.

Limited access to South Lake shoreline until June, due to work on dam

April 12, 2011

Southern California Edison (SCE) has announced that work to upgrade the dam face at South Lake Reservoir is expected to commence on April 15, weather conditions permitting. At this time, SCE will clear snow from access roads to the dam and mobilize equipment and materials needed at the work site.

The South Lake Reservoir upgrade involves the installation of a new geomembrane liner to protect the dam face from current and future leaks. The liner is expected to extend the life span of the dam by up to thirty years.

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