Archive - Apr 13, 2011 - News Article
Dr. Rick Johnson, Mono County Public Health Officer, has today (April 13, 2011) submitted the following statement on the cell tower issue in Crowley Lake. He emphasizes it is separate from the Planning/approval process of any individual tower or base station, and simply expresses his opinion as the Health Officer in response to requests for information regarding RF emissions:
"It Shouldnâ€™t Be About The Tower!
It's been a long wait for Mammoth High School, but late this afternoon, the school finally found out that it is now a California Distinguished School, one of only 97 other schools to get the award this year.
The award is a reflection of several years of higher test scores and other academic accomplishments for the high school, much of it accomplished under the leadership of former Mammoth High principal Mike Agnitch. The MT will update this story as soon as possible.
In the meantime, here's the state's announcement:
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.