Elsewhere, red mother bear totals car in feeding rampage
A 19-month-old, black-on-black bear, described by Wildlife Specialist Steve Searles as “cute,” could face the executioner unless people in Old Mammoth can figure out a way to stop his felonious behavior.
At the same time, a mother bear with two cubs is rapidly learning the art of vehicle break-ins near Canyon Lodge, where she and the youngsters totaled a “fairly new” car this past week after being trapped in it for about six hours.
Five priorities top policy list
After nearly three decades of reactive policy making, the Mammoth Lakes Town Council this past week attempted a turnaround.
In unusual back-to-back special meetings, the council on July 8 and July 9 began to set priorities in advance of policy decisions—a reversal of the past process whereby policies often were set in reaction to circumstances at the time, both in good times and in bad.