Ketchum to Vote On Bond for New City Hall in May
KETCHUM, Idaho (AP) — Voters in Ketchum in May will decide on a $23.1 million bond measure to construct a new city hall.
The Idaho Mountain Express reports that the City Council on Tuesday voted to place the 30-year measure on ballots during the May 17 election. Mayor Nina Jonas and Councilwoman Anne Corrock said if the measure is rejected, they'll pursue placing it on the November election ballot.
The bond would cost property owners about $48 annually per $100,000 of assessed property value.