Townspeople call for answers to financial problems in Mammoth

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Another increase in utilities? Most of the citizens of Mammoth live on SSA and fixed incomes. Another utility rate increase will put more financial burden on the citizens. The citizens are entitled to answers from the City Council and Town Management.

What was $646,795, plus interest from the June 30, 2011 Financial Statement Audit spent on that was borrowed from Hurf? What years were loans borrowed? What persons applied, approved and signed for the loans? Was there are June 30, 2013 audit done for this year? How much more monies are owed for June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2013?

Citizens, go to council meetings and ask questions?/s/ Alice Martinez

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