Mammoth Vice Mayor sees good things happening for town

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My name is Rogina Medina I am the Vice Mayor in Mammoth.

I have been on the Town Council for 19 months. While on the Town Council I have been involved with the sidewalks, Kids Closet, Dollar General, Casino, Owens and San Pedro being paved also Catalina St., street signs, water drain on Vine St, potholes filled in, working on the culvert on Sunset and Hetzel. 

The council also voted on the property on Hwy 77 Los Michoacanas, and, a meat market next door. Also, an R.O. System to be installed on San Manuel Dr, on property the Town purchased. So much more has been done.The Town Council has been working hard on all these projects along with the Town Clerk.

I have lived in Mammoth most of my life and always wanted to see change come to our hometown, Mammoth. So, in my time on the Town Council I have been able to do just that with the help of the Council and the citizens of Mammoth.

I would love to serve 4 more years. Can you Imagine what else we can achieve, in spite of the negativity that has been spread around? Go for a drive around town and see for yourself. If someone ask what you’ve done in your life, hold your head up high and be proud and let your heart speak, “the truth”.

Sincerely,

/s/ Rogina Medina

Mammoth Vice Mayor

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