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April 20th, 2012
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Mammoth schools are bracing for another potential round of budget cuts that could trim as much as 10 percent of the district’s incoming revenue next January, if at least one of two ballot initiatives that would funnel money to the schools are not approved by voters this November.
It’s not carved in stone and it’s a long way off, but bus riders in Mammoth will see some reduction in transit service this year.
The often-contentious Rock Creek project slated for the old Paradise Lodge and Restaurant property was approved this week by the Mono County Board of Supervisors, green-lighting a project that has taken the better part of a decade to finalize.
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Mammoth town managers involved in the TOT Enforcement and Revenue Collection effort said Wednesday there are 75 open cases of owners in apparent violation of TOT laws.
The signs of spring are all around and many people are eager to begin spring cleaning of their garages, sheds, and barn. It is important to know what steps can be taken to protect against a hantavirus infection.
The Mammoth Town Council Wednesday named Joyce Turner to the Measure U steering committee. She replaces John Wentworth, who recused himself from the committee because of a conflict of interest. The committee is a council-appointed group who will vet Measure U applications as they come in.
The Glacier Point Road in Yosemite National Park opened for the season Friday. There will be limited visitor services available at Glacier Point. Vault toilets will be available, and there will be no running water.
One of the most dangerous spots of U.S. 395 is about to be fixed, Mammoth Public Works Director Ray Jarvis said.
If things go just exactly right and the weather cooperates in September, the new Mammoth Track near the Whitmore ballfields will have an infield and a polyurethane track surface by the end of the warm months.
Yakima, Wash., is looking for a city manager, and they’re down to four candidates, one of whom is none other than Marianna Marysheva-Martinez. …
Several new cases of whooping cough cases in young children in the Mammoth/Crowley Lake area has been confirmed as of this morning, and the Mono County Health Department is also investigating and/or treating several dozen people who are suspected to have the disease, according to county health officials.
A total of about 100 people in the area have so far been affected by the disease in some fashion, whether they are caregivers, victims or included in the investigation.
Here's the latest details from the health department:
The fight over Mammoth Creekâ€™s water will stay in Mono County and the Mammoth Community Water District will get some help from the county and the Town of Mammoth Lakes in that fight.
At a court hearing Thursday in Mammoth, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power and the water district agreed to keep the argument in Mono County, with the caveat, proposed by DWP, that a â€śneutralâ€ť judge was assigned to the cases from now on.