Archive - Nov 6, 2012
Always a big player but consistently in the background of Mammothâ€™s increasingly tumultuous town politics, Mammoth Mountain CEO Rusty Gregory declared this week a startling change of face.
The Mountain, and Gregory in particular, is about to take a centralâ€”and more publicâ€”role in town government.
Mammoth has a new nightclub, right where an old one used to be.
The space that was occupied by The Auld Dubliner in the Village will become a new club venue under the management of Mammoth Mountain Ski Area, according to Mammoth Mountain CEO Rusty Gregory.
The re-opening of the venue, presumably under a new name, will offer the kind of venue aimed for young singles, as did the old Hyde Lounge.
Last month, the ski area announced it would open a new restaurant, â€śCampo Mammoth,â€ť in the old Hyde Spot.
Crowley Lake residents said Tuesday that Mono County District 2 Supervisor Duane "Hap" Hazard had a heart attack last week.
They said the outgoing supervisor is apparently now back home. We are wishing him a speedy and full recovery.
After a one-year planned hiatus, June Mountain Ski Area will re-open for the 2013-14 winter season, CEO Rusty Gregory said Monday.
â€śWe're going to open it up,â€ť he said during an interview. â€śWe submitted our operating plan to the Forest Service and now weâ€™re waiting for approval, and part of that operating plan is letting them know that we intend to open it as normal for the 2013-14 season.â€ť
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