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City Council


City Council meets every 1st and 3rd Mondays of each month at 5:00 p.m. Meetings are held at

Breckenridge City Hall,Council Chambers

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Russ Wilson, Mayor

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Beth Meyer, Council Member

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James Jawaski, Council Member

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Evie Fox, Council Member

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Chris Vedder, Council Member

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Reed Johnson, Council Member

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Scott Wermerskirchen, Council Member


April 2024 Calendar

May 2024 Calendar

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June 27, 2024


SPECIAL Breckenridge City Council Meeting

Thursday, June 27, 2024 – 7:30 a.m.

City Hall Council Chambers

1.Call to Order.


2. Pledge of Allegiance.


3. Resolution authorizing the unaudited findings and suggested adjusted journal entry with the filing of an extension to the Office of the State Auditor. 


4. Adjourn.

June 17, 2024

City Council Minutes -unofficial until next meeting

Pursuant to due call and proper notice thereof, a meeting of the Breckenridge City Council was held on June 17, 2024, at 5:00 p.m., City Hall Council Chambers, Breckenridge, Minnesota.

Members Present:   Mayor Russell Wilson; Council Members Beth Meyer, Evie Fox, Reed Johnson, James Jawaski, Chris Vedder and Scott Wermerskirchen.  City Attorney Jason Butts.    

Members Absent:  City Administrator Lori Conway.

Mayor Wilson called the meeting to order at 5:00 p.m.

With the tabling of item 4B – David Drown Associates salary study presentation and the addition of 3A – Recognition for Sergeant Jackson Kriel, Council Member Meyer moved to approve the agenda.  Seconded by Council Member Johnson and carried unanimously.

Chief Karlgaard presented Sergeant Jackson Kriel with a recognition plaque for his years of service with the Breckenridge Police Department.  He will be dearly missed. 

Open Discussion:

  •  Carl Casey from Casey’s Bar was present appealing a liquor violation that his establishment received from a recent incident.  According to the ordinance, the establishment may receive a penalty of $500 fine and one day closing as this was the 2nd offense within 24 months.  The ordinance also states that the establishment may appeal the City Administrator’s decision to the City Council.  Two of Casey’s Bar employees were charged with serving alcohol to minors.  They have plead not guilty and their cases are pending in court.  Carl is asking the Council that they wait until the cases have been resolved because if they aren’t found guilty that may change things.    Council Member Johnson moved to postpone the appeal until the bartender’s cases have been resolved in the Courts.  Seconded by Council Member Jawaski.  Three members voted in favor of the motion and 3 members voted against the motion.  The Mayor then broke the tie voting in favor of the motion.  The appeal will be brought back after the Courts have resolved the bartenders’ cases.

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