Archive - Jun 6, 2013 - News Article
This year at the Mammoth Food & Wine Experience you can put together your own schedule—watch a master chef in the morning or taste wine in the afternoon and still have time to fit in a hike or a bike ride! And for five days this June, from Thursday June 6th through Monday June 10th only, when you enter a special code take $10 discount off each and every seminar you order. Look below for the special code.
Surprise announcement at Town Council
Rusty Gregory, the chief executive officer of Mammoth Mountain Ski Area, will step aside from his duties, he said Wednesday night.
Speaking at a Town Council meeting on June 5, Gregory said he would make a formal announcement later this month.
“We’ve made a lot of … changes,” Gregory said. “In two to three weeks I’ll be announcing who’s going to run Mammoth Mountain Ski Area next. Mammoth Mountain will not be run by me.”
The Kern County Superior Court in Bakersfield dismissed on Thursday, June 6 a Los Angeles Department of Water and Power counter-suit against the Great Basin Unified Air Pollution Control District, according to Ted Schade, the air pollution control officer for the district.
A new focus on regional trail system is critical to economy, advocates say
The numbers speak for themselves.
Of the about $369 million that comes into Mono County every year as a result of direct spending by visitors, $223 million derives from the people who come here in the spring, summer, and fall.
First town council hearing draws critics, supporters
Critics of Mammoth’s proposed tourism-based business improvement district—the TBID—turned out in force this past week as the Town Council continued the process on giving its thumbs-up or thumbs-down on the proposal.
In the first of two scheduled “public comment” sessions, opponents showed up on Wednesday, June 5, at the council chambers, as did Mammoth Tourism Director John Urdi, the chief architect of the TBID measure.