Cox wants Logan City to be taxpayer and property-owner friendly

Logan Municipal Council candidate Ken Cox calls himself a fiscal conservative and says his long-time experience in accounting both inside and out of Cache Valley helps qualify him for the job. On KVNU’s Crosstak show Monday, Cox said that as he looks at the current land code, the neighborhood centers are the only part of it that he approves of. When he came here 30 years ago after spending several years in Africa there were several neighborhood markets, including the Island Market which still exists along with Gerbers Market and others. “It made it very convenient,” Cox said, “and while I don’t believe in plastic diversity, while I don’t believe in man-made global warming, I do believe in taking best care of your assets because I was in agriculture on two continents and if you don’t take care of the land, it won’t take care of you.” Cox says the rest of the new land code should be stricken from the record as soon as possible and reworked to be more taxpayer and property-owner friendly. Cox also said that he is concerned with the new club house project at the Logan River Golf Course. “I think we ought to be in the business of stable, progressive government,” he continued, “not in competition with private enterprise.”

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