Ketchum to conduct Q&A event on Bluebird project

The city of Ketchum will hold a virtual question-and-answer session on the proposed Bluebird Village workforce-housing project at 4 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 18.

Ketchum City Administrator Jade Riley, Director of Planning and Building Suzanne Frick, and Cory Phelps, vice president of the Idaho Housing and Finance Association, will be on a panel to answer questions related to the project. The session will not include discussion on the design of the project, as it is still in progress and the city has not received an application from the developer.

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