Breckenridge Town Council seeks ways to preserve tennis courts at Carter Park
By Jenney Coberly
BRECKENRIDGE – The Breckenridge Town Council this week pondered whether to turn two of the four free tennis courts at Carter Park into additional parking, or whether to spend the funds needed to bring them to a playable condition.
“I don’t think we should get rid of those courts. They’re free courts, I know they cost the town (for upkeep) but I think it’s a great amenity,” council member Eric Mamula said during the May 24 council retreat. “I would like to spend the money to fix those courts back up. I’ve probably heard more about those courts than about people being mad that we raised the price on the indoor ones.”
Mark Burke agreed, saying, “I feel bad about losing the tennis courts, too. I just feel like if down the road we ever wanted to put new ones in, that’s a big expense.”
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