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Mammoth Lakes Community e-News: March 22

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Town Council Meeting Action Items – March 20, 2024 

  • Town Council approved by resolution the 2024/25 Parks and Recreation Department Master Fee Schedule. New fees take effect March 21, 2024.
  • Town Council accepted the mid-year Town Budget update and approved a resolution amending the FY 2023/24 Town Budget. Budget amendments included allocating funds to a bond payment reserve account ($1.335M), future capital projects ($1.3M), Housing Now! Bridge Program ($1M), fully funding the Main Street landscaping project ($465K), adding funds to the Housing Now! account ($300K), and additions to the vehicle fleet ($60K).
  • Town Council voted to cancel the April 17, 2024 Town Council meeting.
  • View the agenda and watch the meeting online.

 

The Sawyer Planned to Open this Spring! 

  • Pacific West Communities, Inc. provided a construction update to Town Council and notified the Town that Building ‘B’ of The Sawyer (15 units) will be ready at the end of April, and Building ‘A’ will be ready for occupancy in July. Building ‘A’ includes 65 units (+1 Managers unit), a community room, and childcare facility.
  • Buckingham Property Management (Property Manager) reached out during the week of March 4 to the initial 150 households on the interest list to schedule in-person interviews for the week of March 11 and to provide information on what documentation is needed at the interviews to verify income, employment, etc. In-person interviews were held the week of March 11.
  • For additional information about the lease-up and move-in process, please contact Buckingham Property Management at (855) 452-8250, Option 0.

 

Parks and Recreation News 

 

Attention Anglers! 

  • The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) will be holding an informal meet and greet to discuss fishing in the Eastern Sierra on Saturday, March 30 from 5-7pm at the Bishop Tri-county Fairgrounds in the Tallman building.
  • This is a wonderful opportunity to meet some of the local biologists, wildlife officers and staff to discuss fisheries management and angling opportunities in Inyo and Mono counties.
  • CDFW will address some of the usual topics of interest that include questions about fish stocking, the state of the hatcheries, fishing at Crowley Lake and Lahontan cutthroat trout restoration.
  • Contact Nick Buckmaster, CDFW Fisheries Supervisor at (760) 920-8391 for additional information.

 

Now Playing – The Minutes!

  • Sierra Classic Theatre presents “The Minutes” by Tracy Letts now playing in the Town Council Chambers (Suite Z), through March 30, 2024.
  • The Minutes is Pulitzer prize-winning playwright Tracy Lett’s latest masterpiece. It’s a comedy, or is it? Set in a Town Council meeting, a room full of dutiful council members all have their small town’s health, security, and survival at heart. Or do they? A thunderstorm rages outside. Could there be more macabre forces at play? Aptly performed in the Mammoth Lakes Town Council Chambers, and like the lights in the council chambers which flicker off and on The Minutes is sure to get our own small-town buzzing.
  • Purchase your tickets online.
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