NORTH LOGAN — The City Council unanimously passed a resolution Wednesday to change a common boundary between Logan city and North Logan. The council will hold a public hearing to discuss the proposal on June 5.
NORTH LOGAN — “North Logan city’s greatest asset is our children, now and for the future… All children deserve to grow up in a safe and nurturing environment to ensure they reach their full potential.”
NORTH LOGAN—After two joint workshops and approximately eight hours of debate and discussion, The Planning Commission is feeling confident with their newfound direction.
NORTH LOGAN — The City Council and the Planning Commission met together Thursday night in a workshop setting, attempting to settle some uncertainties associated with the City Center Project.
NORTH LOGAN — Residents may see a new fire engine on the streets of North Logan in the near future. The City Council approved a $364,784 bid from Rosenbauer for a fire engine.
NORTH LOGAN — The City Council held a public hearing to get input on proposed options for a new police station Wednesday. The cost of the proposed plans ranges from $1.41-1.76 million.
NORTH LOGAN — A new housing development near North Logan’s planned City Center is one step closer to construction.
NORTH LOGAN — The City Council heard a proposal to improve Meadow View Park from Public Works Director Alan Luce. The proposed improvements include a walking path and a water feature. The improvements are projected to cost around $120,000.
NORTH LOGAN — The Green Canyon Farms corn maze is confusing by design, but a planned boundary change could prove difficult for its operators to sort out, maze owners told the City Council Jan. 20.
NORTH LOGAN – One couple can sleep peacefully, knowing their tenants have been granted legal rights to occupy their home after Thursday’s North Logan Planning Commission meeting.
NORTH LOGAN – Passage of an ordinance to change regulations for feral animal euthanization and a committee report concerning traffic safety issues were both discussed at the City Council meeting Wednesday.
NORTH LOGAN — A move to update the North Logan city wage scale failed to pass in a 2-1 vote at Wednesday’s City Council meeting.
LOGAN—North Logan Parks and Recreation Director Alan Luce presented a plan to the Cache County Council Tuesday night for sports fields in the Meadow View Park area behind the Eccles Ice Arena.
NORTH LOGAN—Fire Chief Jon Keller told the City Council that his hope for the coming year is to give his 36 firefighters a raise to $8 per hour. Although each firefighter receives an additional 25 cents per hour for every certification they have, their base pay is only $7.25 per hour, he said. One firefighter who has been with the department for 15 years only makes $10.25 per hour.
HYDE PARK — After June 30, Hyde Park residents will no longer have free use of the North Logan Library.
NORTH LOGAN—Residents voiced market viability and an increase in traffic as a few of their concerns at a public hearing Wednesday, to declare 1.4 acres of city land as surplus for private sale and the possible construction of an assisted living facility.
NORTH LOGAN—North Park Police Chief Kim Hawkes gave a brief presentation on the results of the urban deer herd survey to North Logan City Council Wednesday.
NORTH LOGAN—The Planning Commission is currently developing an ordinance that will allow recreational vehicle parks to be opened in North Logan with a conditional use permit.
NORTH LOGAN—City Council members had their annual report from Bear River Health Department and the annual fiscal audit Wednesday.
NORTH LOGAN—City Council members Wednesday turned down a proposed ordinance that would have prohibited people from moving snow onto the streets, and finalized an ordinance that defines who can live in a single-family dwelling and puts restrictions on RV parks.
HYDE PARK—The Hyde Park, North Logan and Smithfield city councils met jointly Thursday at the Hyde Park city hall to discuss how they can better their cities for the public.
NORTH LOGAN—Bruce Henderson and Mark Hancey were re-elected as Planning Commission chairman and vice chairman at Thursday’s meeting.