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Jim Leddy takes the reins as Mono County’s top manager

June 14, 2013

Administrative officer started June 10

Mono County’s new top administrator is a man in a hurry to get to work.

Jim Leddy, the county’s new administrative officer (CAO), started his new job on Monday, June 10, and said in a recent interview that his worst habit is probably that he doesn’t know when to stop working.

Motocross begins next week

June 14, 2013

About 3,000 expected in annual event

The vroom-vroom set bombs into Mammoth next week for the annual Mammoth Motocross, but this year the 10-day spectacle brings some added street cred.

“This is the first year with the AMA (American Motorcycle Association) sanctioning the event, which means bigger, more legit talent,” said Mike Colbert, the race director.

Town proposes bear-resistant trash ordinance

June 14, 2013

New law aimed at restaurants

In spite of years of work in developing a strategy for co-existence with its bear population, Mammoth’s humans have no laws that require the use of bear boxes or bear-resistant trashcans.

In addition, the town does not have enforcement tools that such a law might allow.

In light of the absence of such laws, the Town Council began discussions on creating new measures that amend Mammoth’s current trash and garbage ordinance.

MLPD hires another ‘reserve’ officer

June 14, 2013

Veteran cop Worcester from Irvine

Mammoth Lakes Police Chief Dan Watson swore in the police department’s second reserve officer on June 10.  Dick Worcester will join Karen Smart as a part-time Level One reserve officer, he said. 

Reserve Officer Worcester began his law enforcement career in 1976 with the City of Irvine.

In addition to patrol duties, Worcester also worked as a traffic enforcement motorcycle officer, detective, traffic investigator, and DARE instructor.

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