Breckenridge Town Council Elections 2010

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Burke, Dudick and McAtamney Elected to Breck. Town Council

April 6 more than 800 residents of the Town of Breckenridge turned out for local elections. Three seat were in play, and Mark Burke, Mike Dudick and incumbent Jennifer McAtamney received were the top vote counts.

Burke, 49, owns Burke & Riley's Irish Pub, The Liquid Lounge and The Clubhouse Restaurant at Breckenridge Golf Club. He joins Eric Mamula as a second restaurateur on the council.

Dudick, 45, co-owns the Grand Timber Lodge and Grand Lodge on Peak 7 timeshare businesses. One of the co-owners in Grand Timber, Rob Millisor, has been serving on the council for the past two years and chose not to run.

McAtamney, 42, was initially elected in 2006. She owns a small management business and has been the council representative on the Breckenridge Resort Chamber.

April 20 will be the next council meeting where the newly elected members will join Councilmen Jeffrey Bergeron, a writer and TV personality, Peter Joyce, contractor and Mayor, John Warner, DDS.

Mark Burke, 484
Mike Dudick, 326
Jennifer McAtamney, 315
Larry Crispell, 269
Dave Rossi, 269
Ben Brewer, 255
Rodney Allen, 148
Write-in, 11

Charter amendments:
Question "A" - Initiative and Referendum
Yes, 469
No, 149

Question "B" - Effective Date of Ordinances
Yes, 513
No, 110

Question "C" - Definition of Elector
Yes, 558
No, 71

Question "D" - Definition of Publication
Yes, 539
No, 114

Total votes: 814
Turnout: 21% of roughly 3,800 eligible voters

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