Quayle would like to see boundaries improved

You can call him the incumbent because Dean Quayle is the only one of nine candidates running for two Logan Municipal Council seats who has had experience serving on the council. That experience started a few weeks ago when he was picked to replace former council member Steve Thompson who left before his term had expired. Quayle lives in northwest Logan and he feels that area has been under-represented while many apartments came in without adequate infrastructure. Quayle would like some boundaries between Logan and North Logan resolved, such as the road on 1800 North between 200 West and Main Street. He says below 200 West it’s Logan and above 200 West belongs to North Logan. “It makes no sense,” Quayle exclaimed on a recent KVNU Crosstalk Show. “That area needs to be improved. I see young mothers with strollers walking up there to go into the desirable business on Main Street, the K-Mart and so forth. When you get opposing traffic and pedestrian traffic, somebody’s going to be in the ditch.” Quayle says he’s been on the council long enough to know that city employees are doing an excellent job for Logan residents.

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