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Forest Lake City Council
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Meeting Agendas for the Week of October 17 can be found here.

Forest Lake City Council

The Forest Lake City Council is composed of a mayor and four councilmembers who are elected at large. The mayor serves a two-year term of office and the Councilmembers serve four-year staggered terms. The City Council legislates for the city and sets administrative policy.

  1. Mayor Stegner

    Steve Stegner

    If you'd like to meet with the mayor or just have a question call him directly at 651-209-9724.

    Mayor Stegner will serve a 2 year term to 2017. 

  2. Councilmember Freer

    Mike Freer

    Council Member
    Council Member Mike Freer was elected in 2010 and reelected in 2014.  Mike serves as the Deputy Mayor in the event of the Mayor's absence, as well as on the Fire Board, the Parks, Trails, and Lakes Commission, the Planning Commission, and the Personnel Committee.

    Council Member Freer will serve a 4-year term through 2018.

  3. Councilmember Winnick

    Ben Winnick

    Council Member
    Council Member Ben Winnick was elected in 2012. Ben also serves on the Economic Development Authority, the Cable Commission, the Lake Improvement Committee, the Finance Committee, the Forest Lake Athletic Association Board, the Tri-County Interstate Task Force, the Light Rail Task Force, and the Senior Citizen Board.

    Council Member Winnick will serve a 4-year term to December 31, 2016.

  4. Councilmember Eigner

    Ed Eigner

    Council Member
    Council Member Ed Eigner was elected in 2014. Ed also serves on the Airport Commission, the Fenway Athletic Advisory Board, the Fire Board, the Lake Improvement Committee, the Personnel Committee, the Watershed District, and as a liaison to the Forest Lake Area School District.

    Council Member Eigner will serve a 4-year term through 2018.

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    Richard Weber

    Council Member
    Council Member Richard Weber was elected to the City Council during a special election in 2014. Richard serves on the Human Rights Commission, the Civil Service Commission, the Fenway Athletic Advisory Board, the Beyond the Yellow Ribbon Committee, and the Tri-County Interstate Task Force.

    Council Member Weber will serve until December 31, 2016.