TOWN CLEAN UP-DAY THANKS!
Another successful Town Clean-Up Day was held on Saturday, May 16, 2015. The Town would like to thank everyone for pitching in to help clean up our town in advance of another busy summer!
Everyone’s assistance in cleaning up their home, street, or neighborhood was greatly appreciated and does not go unnoticed by our residents and thousands of year-round visitors. The Town Clean-Up Day Stations located in the Sierra Valley Sites, the Community Center, and MHS Parking Lot were thoroughly utilized by community members dropping off everything from pine needles to the proverbial kitchen sink!
Thanks to the community, Mammoth Disposal collected and transported approximately 30.36 tons of green waste, 4.48 tons of e-waste, and 24.41 tons of bulky trash for a total of 53.3 tons. In addition, we collected 120 yards of metal. Our clean up makes for safer (defensible space) and cleaner neighborhoods, and helps keep Mammoth a beautiful place to live and to visit!
Town Clean-Up Day is an immense undertaking that would not be possible without the generous support and community-wide collaborative efforts of our many businesses, non-profit organizations, and volunteers. The Town would like to recognize and thank the following organizations: Mammoth Disposal, Mono County, Mammoth Mountain Ski Area, Mammoth Unified School District, Mammoth Lakes Fire Protection District, The Mammoth Lakes Police Department, The Mono County Sheriff’s Office, Sierra Conservation Project, The U.S. Forest Service, Cal. Recycle, The Mammoth Lakes Board of Realtors, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Disabled Sports Eastern Sierra, The Mammoth Knolls Homeowners Association, The Sheet, The Mammoth Times, KMMT Radio, and Sierra Wave.
Special thanks to the Old Mammoth Restaurant Row Association along with Sierra Nevada Resort and Rob Gill from Sierra Wave for an outstanding Celebration of Thanks!
The Town would also like to thank the following individuals: Rick Vahl, John Mayworn, Jim Tharp, Kirk Schaubmayer, Greg Eckert, Jeff Bonneau, Tracy Ceja, and Tyler Searles.
Finally, the Town would like to thank the following elected officials and Town employees for their efforts in making a difference in our community: Mayor Jo Bacon, Mammoth Lakes Recreation Board Member Rich Boccia, Stu Brown, Warren (Hawk) Bowling, Chris Kibler, Steve Searles, Grady Dutton, Sandra Moberly, Diana Jacobson, Derrick Halferty, Jennifer Crittenden, and Eric Bertovich.
If anyone has suggestions on how we can continue improving this significant community–wide event, please feel free to contact me.
Save the date: Saturday, May 21, 2016 Town Clean Up Day!
Code Compliance Officer
Town of Mammoth Lakes
(760) 934-8989 ext. 244