Breezy Point Mayor Talks Preliminary Levy, Community Center, and More from October 4 Council Meeting
(BREEZY POINT, MN) — The city of Breezy Point held its council meeting for the month of October on Monday, so we caught up with Mayor Todd Roggenkamp to hear about the latest with the city.
Roggenkamp first talked about the preliminary levy for 2022, which was set at the last council meeting at a 10% increase over 2021.
He then provided an update from the city’s ongoing cooperative road project and mentioned an opportunity coming up at the Pequot Lakes High School homecoming football game to learn more from city staff.
The council continued its conversations regarding the city’s short term rental ordinance, and Roggenkamp said more will be coming out of that issue in November.
Also on the docket were continued discussions around fire services in the city, for which Roggenkamp kept the door open on all options.
Roggenkamp wrapped up by discussing the city’s proposed Community Center and a feasibility study currently being conducted for it.
The city of Breezy Point’s website can be found here.
We thank Mayor Roggenkamp for his time. Our full conversation with him may be found below.