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McComis resigns from City Manager position; City hopes to expand pool hours in July

McComis resigns from City Manager position; City hopes to expand pool hours in July
June 13
19:52 2022

By Carla McKeown/Breckenridge Texan

The Breckenridge City Commissioners formally accepted the resignation of City Manager Erika McComis at a special meeting Monday night, June 13.

The commissioners also agreed to use Texas First Group to provide interim city manager services

McComis was hired for the position less than a year ago. She came to Breckenridge after serving as the assistant town administrator of Argyle. Her husband, Brandon, and son, Mason, remained in Bridgeport so Mason could continue attending Bridgeport High School.

Prior to McComis becoming City Manager, Breckenridge had been without a full-time permanent city manager for more than a year after Andy McCuistion retired in April 2020. Then-City Secretary Heather Robertson-Caraway and Public Works Direction Houston Satterwhite were co-interim city managers for several months. Then, Scott Dixon with Strategic Government Resources was interim city manager from September through December of 2020. After his three-month term ended, Robertson-Caraway was appointed as interim city manager until McComis was hired.

McComis said she doesn’t know when her last day will be.

City Pool

The commissioners also discussed the hours of the Breckenridge Aquatic Center, aka the City Pool, at the meeting.

The City officials said that until recently, they had only one pool manager and could not keep the pool open on the weekends. However, they have recently hired a second manager who will begin work in July, and they will look at expanding the pool’s operational hours then.

McComis said the pool will be open for limited hours on Saturday, July 2, and possibly on Sunday, July 3.


Cutline, top photo: Breckenridge City Manager Erika McComis talks to the City Commissioners during the June 7 meeting. The City Commissioners accepted her resignation on June 13. (Photo by Tony Pilkington/Breckenridge Texan)


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