Archive - Jun 24, 2011 - News Article
Whitmore Poolâ€™s fate came right down to the wire on Wednesday.
It came as the Mammoth Lakes Town Council struggled to balance its 2011-12 budget.
If it was not a last-second reprieve, it was certainly a last-hour reprieve for advocates of the pool.
They will find the poolâ€™s hours of operation the same; the water comfortable and inviting, just as swimmers there have known for many years.
As a neighborhood, a community, a county, who are we?
That question is at the heart of the work that a group of local residents is doing right now.
Their answers have the potential to redefine the question.
Couched in the term â€średistrictingâ€ť, these residents have been working for the past several weeks to come up with ways to re-draw Mono Countyâ€™s five supervisorial districts.
Redistricting is necessary in the county because the 2010 Census revealed that the districts are now lopsided in terms of population. They must be made equal.
Interim Town Manager Marianna Marysheva-Martinezâ€™s contract runs out at the end of June, but donâ€™t count on it sticking, say Town Hall insiders. Once the Hot Creek judgment lands, the town staff is going to need a whole lot of help, and thereâ€™s no help like MMMâ€™s ...
Hoidy-toidy Grinnell College in Iowa put Bishopâ€™s Drew Blumberg on the Deanâ€™s List for the spring semester, and thatâ€™s a big darned deal in academic circles. Heâ€™s majoring in Biological Chemistry. Parents Stephen and Sandra Blumberg are proud as punch. ...
A record snowfall and resulting damage has delayed the opening of the Reds Meadow Road to Wednesday, June 29. The target date of June 24 was not met due to the time required to remove hazards and debris, and to make repairs along the roadway as a result of winter avalanches and harsh conditions. The road, with access to the Devils Postpile National Monument, will open at 8:00 am on June 29 with shuttle bus services beginning immediately.