Anderson: building new golf course club house will be ‘return on investment’

You might call the new club house project at the Logan River Golf Course one of the most controversial issues in the Logan City Fiscal 2012 budget. City Finance Director Richard Anderson says the hope is that the structure will be self sustaining.”The electric fund actually does transfer some of its revenues to the general fund,” Anderson explains. “That’s our 8% transfer and some find that it’s a little bit controversial. “But at the end of the day, if you live in Logan and you pay property taxes to the city of Logan, that transfer, that return on investments, does keep our property taxes low.” Anderson says it is hoped that the new club house will not only be self-sustaining but a revenue-producer as well. There will be more budget talks at Tuesday’s meeting of the Logan Municipal Council. A new budget must be adopted by June 22.

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