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Proposed Breckenridge town code changes address loitering and assembly

Proposed Breckenridge town code changes address loitering and assembly

During a Tuesday, July 23 meeting, Breckenridge town council reviewed proposed amendments to the town code concerning police regulations. The three proposed changes include:

1. Loitering — If adopted, it would be unlawful to disrupt a school program, interfere with or endanger schoolchildren, or loiter on school grounds without a legitimate reason for being there.

2. Obstruction of highway, sidewalk or other passageway — If adopted, it would be unlawful to intentionally, knowingly or recklessly obstruct a highway, street, sidewalk or other areas that are open to the public. It would also be unlawful to disobey a reasonable request to move issued by police officers, firefighters or others with authority to control use of the premises..

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3. Disrupting lawful assembly — If adopted, it would be unlawful to disrupt a lawful meeting or assembly. It would also be unlawful to obstruct or interfere with the gathering by verbal or physical force, or other means.


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