SMITHFIELD – The City Council voted unanimously to adopt the restriction on “spice” Wednesday. The restriction covers manufacturing, distribution, possession or use of the substance known as spice, a product that mimics the effects of marijuana when smoked.The ordinance has been adopted by Logan and North Logan and is being addressed by many other cities in Cache Valley.Also on the agenda was Mike Kidman, a representative from Jones Simkins P.C. Audit Firm, who presented the annual audit report.”Auditing is an intrusive process, there’s no way to make it easy,” Kidman said. “We are well within our time frame and I believe we have a good product.”Kidman said that overall, city government was in good shape. There were some negative statistics coming from the golf course; however, Kidman explained that the annual audit cut-off date is June 30. This is right in the middle of the golf season, which can skew the results depending on the spring’s weather.
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