The city of Breckenridge has been full speed ahead on their quest to rid Breckenridge of junk vehicles, along with abandoned buildings and unkempt properties.
City of Breckenridge fire chief Malcolm Bufkin, who also heads up code enforcement, said Breckenridge is getting everything done in a reasonable amount of time. (For the rest of the story, see the Nov. 6 edition of the Breckenridge American.)


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City of Breckenridge worker Shawn Pitchford works on a backhoe while clearing off a junk house at the corner of West Elliott/S. Miller. The city has been
City of Breckenridge worker Shawn Pitchford works on a backhoe while clearing off a junk house at the corner of West Elliott/S. Miller. The city has been clearing off several junk houses in a plan to possibly get those properties back on the tax roll. (Rob Durham)