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For the week of January 7 - 13, 2004


Hall elected Ketchum council president

Terry Tracy sworn in for first term

Express Staff Writer

Ketchum City Councilman Randy Hall was elected president of the four-person City Council Monday, Jan. 5, minutes after he and longtime Ketchum resident Terry Tracy were sworn in to serve four-year terms.

Terry Tracy takes the oath of office the Ketchum City Council from Mayor Ed Simon. Express photo by Willy Cook

Both Hall and Tracy, the city’s former director of the Parks and Recreation Department, were elected to the City Council on Nov. 4, 2003.

Hall, who served as president of the council in 2003, was first appointed to the panel in May 1998. He was elected to his first four-year term in November 1999.

While being sworn in by Mayor Ed Simon, both Hall and Tracy pledged "to faithfully discharge all of the duties of the office of council member in the city of Ketchum."

Councilman Baird Gourlay nominated Hall as president.

Tracy and Councilwoman Chris Potters immediately supported the move. "All I can say is, I think Randy has done an exceptional job," Potters said.

In beginning their new terms Monday, both Hall and Tracy were active in pursuing an agenda to make the council more proactive. The two council members each deliberately presented lists of items they want to see addressed in the near future.



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