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Record Snowfall, Property Damage, Special Assessments and More Snow on the Way

Buried Condo Complex After Series of Storm and Roof ShovelingWhat a brutal winter this has been for Mammoth Lakes. The snowfall has been relentless and plenty of it accumulating in Town at record levels.  The Town of Mammoth Lakes recently issued an evacuation warning for snow damaged properties and a temporary shelter has been set up at the Mammoth Middle School for displaced residents.  Snow storms and cold temperatures began in early November and just haven’t stopped almost 5 months later.  The next few days show snow and unsettled weather followed by a break in the pattern and off and on snow until the end of the month.  Let’s hope that March goes out like a lamb and April has a much-needed dry period.  Mammoth has always been prepared for big winters in the past, but when the snow doesn’t have a chance to melt and snow has to be trucked out of town, this is when it becomes extremely costly, time consuming and a real hardship.

House Buried Under Deep Snow After Storm Series

Snow Accumulation at Roof Line of Buried House in MammothMany property owners are now uncovering layers of property damage all across Town from condo complexes to single family homes to commercial buildings.  The sheer weight of the snow...

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