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Winter snowpack shows dismal numbers

April 5, 2013

 

Sierra at about half its historic average

Monday, April 1, marked the day the state’s water managers say the snowpack is considered to be as deep as it gets—but not this year.

Instead, the snowpack has shrunk since January, dropping from 133 percent of normal to 52 percent of normal for April 1.

Mammoth cops catch a break in budget review

April 5, 2013

 

One-time-only budget surplus could add to force

After watching his force shrink to the bone, Mammoth Police Chief Dan Watson got some welcome news this past week.

The town, with a projected one-time-only budget surplus of about $1 million, might be able to afford to add an entry-level police officer as early as July 1.

Raimondo pushes to re-name Minaret Road

April 5, 2013

 

Name change would cost at least $8,000

Mammoth Town Council member Michael Raimondo this past week began a push to re-name Minaret Road “to honor the (Dave) McCoy family.”

It was the second push by the council in the last five years to change one or more street names to reflect the influence the McCoy family has had on the town.

While the sentiment might be beyond argument, the cost for such a move is not.

MLPD cops crack down on Main Street drivers

April 5, 2013

 

Two dozen cited or warned for ignoring pedestrians

After years of fielding complaints from pedestrians on Main Street, the Mammoth Lakes Police Department and the California Highway Patrol last weekend brought down the hammer.

Sixteen drivers were cited for posing a danger to pedestrians in street, while 13 more received warnings.

Mammoth Times shifts to Thursday

April 5, 2013

 

‘Getting a jump’ on weekends

The Mammoth Times will begin appearing on Thursdays instead of Fridays, beginning April 18, according to publisher and editor Aleksandra Gajewski.

“We’ve made the decision to switch for several reasons, all of them resulting in what we believe to be a win-win-win for the newspaper’s readers, advertisers, and subscribers,” Gajewski said.

Town events tap Measure U

April 5, 2013

 

‘We need a new app,” Rec Commissioner Sauser says

Having already dipped its toe in the untested waters of Measure U tax distribution, the Mammoth Lakes Recreation Commission this past week ventured into even murkier depths.

In a workshop on Tuesday morning, April 2, the five-member commission invited representatives of Mammoth’s various special events to a special conclave at the town offices.

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