Ketchum city councilors approved four city contracts on Oct. 21.
These included contracts with Sun Valley Economic Development, Ketchum Community Development Corp., a contract with city prosecutor Frederick Allington and a parking contract with the Ketchum Urban Renewal Agency.
- ·SVED will receive $9,000 from the city for fiscal year 2020, to support its business-development programs.
- ·KCDC will receive $155,000 from the city, to be divided between the Ketchum Innovation Center ($140,000) and the Ketchum Sustainability Advisory Committee ($15,000).
- ·Allington will receive $45,239 to preside over misdemeanor cases initiated by the Police Department, Code Enforcement and other city staff.
- ·KURA, which uses property-tax revenue from real estate developments to help fund infrastructure projects, will receive $3,000 per month for operation of the Washington Avenue parking lot, reflected as a $36,000 license payment in city budget.