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Upcoming Events

30th Annual Arbor Day Celebration
Apr 26 10:00 AM

30th Annual Arbor Day Celebration
 Countryman Family One-Room School House
66 Russell Street,
Brooksville, FL 34601
10:00 a.m.


UN-COMMON-LY Artsy - A Main Street Event
Apr 27 10:00 AM 2:00 PM

uncommonly Artsy Logo - Every 4th Saturday of the Month Art Exhibitor Market Live Music, Food Trucks & Art

Every 4th Saturday of the Month
Art Exhibitor Market
Live Music, Food Trucks & Art 

https://www.historicdowntownbrooksville.com/


Brooksville Blueberry Festival
Apr 27 10:00 AM 10:00 PM

2019 Blueberry Festival April 27 and 28 Live Music, Crafts, Family Fun Downtown Brooksville, Florida

Brooksville Blueberry Festival

April 27 & 28 

Saturday April 27 10 am til 10 pm (Vendors close at 8 pm)

Sunday April 28 10 am til 6 pm


Brooksville Blueberry Festival
Apr 28 8:00 AM 5:00 PM

2019 Brooksville Blueberry Festival April 27 and 28 Live Music, Crafts, Family Fun Downtown Brooksville, Florida

Brooksville Blueberry Festival
April 27 & 28
Saturday April 27 10 am til 10 pm (Vendors close at 8 pm)
Sunday April 28 10 am til 6 pm


City Council Meeting
May 6 7:00 PM

About Brooksville City Council E-mail

The Brooksville City Council consists of five (5) members, elected by the citizens of the city.

Council Members are elected for four-year terms. Consecutive terms are limited to two (2), full, four (4) year terms
with a minimum of a one-year period of time out of office before being allowed to run for council subsequently.

The City Council elects from among its members a mayor and a vice-mayor. Election of the mayor and vice-mayor
is done annually. The mayor is recognized as head of city government for all ceremonial purposes, by the governor
for purposes of military law, for service of process, execution of contracts, deeds and other documents, and
as the city official designated to represent the city in all agreements with other governmental entities or
certifications to other governmental entities, but has no administrative duties except as required to carry out
the responsibilities herein. The vice-mayor acts as mayor during the absence or disability of the mayor.
City of Brooksville Mayor William Kemerer   City of Brooksville Vice Mayor Joe Bernardini

WILLIAM KEMERER

Mayor

wkemerer@cityofbrooksville.us

SEAT #3

CURRENT TERM Expires DECEMBER 2020

 

JOE BERNARDINI

Vice Mayor

jbernardini@cityofbrooksville.us

SEAT #2

CURRENT TERM Expires DECEMBER 2020

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PAT BRAYTON-2 web

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ROBERT A. BATTISTA

Council Member

rbattista@cityofbrooksville.us

SEAT #4

CURRENT TERM

Expires DECEMBER 2022

PAT BRAYTON

Council Member 

 pbrayton@cityofbrooksville.us

SEAT #5

CURRENT TERM

Expires DECEMBER 2022

 

 BETTY ERHARD

Council Member 

berhard@cityofbrooksville.us

SEAT #1

CURRENT TERM 

Expires DECEMBER, 2022

 

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L-R Mayor William Kemerer, Council Member Robert Battista,
Council Member Betty Erhard, Vice Mayor Joe Bernardini and Council Member Pat Brayton

 

Ordinance No. 553 Adopted 1/22/96 adjusted terms of certain Council Members to eliminate odd-year elections.

NOTE: Election Code Ordinance No. 546, adopted 9/11/95 changed the date that a Council Member takes office from the first Monday in January to the first regular Council Meeting in December following the election. REVISED: December 12, 2006