Archive - Jun 20, 2013 - News Article
As his first act as the Mayor of Mammoth Lakes one year ago, Matthew Lehman signed a series of documents applying for Chapter 9 municipal bankruptcy on behalf of the battered town.
Fesko: ‘Rusty, all eyes are on you’
Mammoth Mountain Ski Area CEO Rusty Gregory finally got a green light to move ahead on a proposed land trade bill he said is vital to MMSA’s future after the Mono County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday to send a letter of support for the bill to Congress.
CEO Gregory names leadership team, spells out his new role
Mammoth Mountain Ski Area Chairman and CEO Rusty Gregory introduced the company’s new executive management officials on Wednesday, June 19.
With that announcement, he also launched the company’s strategic plan to move forward on what he said was “Mammoth 3.0—catching the third wave.”
Gregory said again that he will remain as the CEO of the company and the new leadership team will report to him.
2014 Crowley fireworks funds explode
The Mammoth Town Council passed a balanced 2013-14 budget on Wednesday, June 19, but what “highlighted” the measure is not what is in it, but what is not.
Council member John Eastman was the lone dissenting vote, with new Mayor Rick Wood, along with council members Jo Bacon, Matthew Lehman, and Michael Raimondo voting in favor.
To balance the budget, the council voted to slice $371,146, which included at least one iconic item—the 2014 Fourth of July Fireworks at Crowley Lake.
Named new GM of ‘Guest Experience’
June Mountain Ski Area began its transformation into a “family friendly” destination this past week with a new “General Manager of Guest Experience” going to veteran Mammoth Mountain employee Julie Brown.
Brown, the current Ski and Snowboard School Brand Director at Mammoth Mountain Ski Area, will reposition June Mountain as a family friendly destination for winter and summer, according to a news release from Mammoth Mountain.