It often takes dire situations for things to change.
At other times, dire situations fuel more of the kind of negativity that was partially responsible for the failures in the first place.
But within chaos lies opportunity.
Mammoth Lakes is slowly emerging out of a nightmare of a winter. We just want to put this winter behind us and focus on the future.
But in order for Mammoth Lakes to a.) emerge out of this lull and b.) to thrive and succeed in subsequent years, things need to change.
Attitude is on top of the list.
Enough with the SILENCE.
Thank you to the Mammoth Times for â€śOur Viewâ€ť, published April 7. As a mother with 2 children, who were victimized by Lupe Almaguer, I am grateful that public knowledge is being increased.