The summer events schedule is over for this year, and we’re not the only ones trying to make sense of it.
The Mammoth Lakes Recreation Commission finds itself at the center of the dissection.
In a sparsely attended meeting on Tuesday afternoon, the commission moved forward in the hopes of forming a policy as to the use of Measure U tax.
It is a critically important discussion, since the town now leans so heavily on generating sales, TBID revenue and Transient Occupancy Taxes (TOT) as its summer economic platform.
I just spent Saturday with you, as I was riding in the Kamikaze Bike Games. I wanted to share with you my experience of spending the day in my “happiest place on Earth.”
First off, I want to send a huge thank you to the town of Mammoth Lakes, Bill Cockroft, and Caroline and Amanda for hosting/promoting such an excellent event.
It’s been far too long for such an event at Mammoth, and though it may not be as big as the heydays of the 90s, I can see it growing to such a level in the not-too-distant future.