Response to ‘clean up’ letter

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While I/we  appreciate the intent of this resident, please know  the town has NO desire to put a lien on anyone’s property.  This project has been ongoing since May 2013 properties cited are ONLY VACANT, with out of town  owners.  Properties  lived in are  NOT cited. We do need your help, let us know of  a property you would like to see better maintained, only if it is vacant.  

This is only part of an effort to improve the  Quality of Life Project anything citizens can do to make life better is welcome. For example; House numbers are very important for both health and safety our fire and police need to be able to find your home in an emergency!  General maintenance is contagious.. If you have a neighbor that needs help. Currently our public works will pick up appliances and tires that are on the curb for anyone.

The intent is to make “Quality of Life”  better in Mammoth, that residents want to keep their property maintained.     

Also, we are working on supplying information  for folks to contact for general cleanup, and  removal of older mobile homes. NOTE:  any mobile home 1976 and older is no longer legal to live in without major expense. Utilities will NOT be activated without updates…We now have contacts for local people to remove these mobile homes for very reasonable fee..Owner is responsible to do this.

The town of Mammoth can only supply information we do not recommend specific people or companies.

If you wish to be on this “list” supply town with your contact information, what you do  and  how much you will charge.  

Mammoth has a bright future and it is up to us who live here to work towards that goal.

Return to the culture that makes Mammoth home for us all..

THANK YOU,

/s/ Diane Theobald

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