As part of our series highlighting each of the 13 candidates running for the Logan Municipal Council, Robert Horning was a guest on KVNU’s Crosstalk show Thursday, August 18. Once again Robert Horning is among the field of candidates seeking spots on the Logan Municipal Council. A group of 13 candidates for three open seats will be on the ballot in a primary election on September 13. Horning is calling for improved long-term planning in Logan, better handling of debt and improvement in what he calls personal liberty. “I think the city government needs to basically stay out of our business, for the most part,” he explained. “They don’t need to be deciding how long our grass is going to be. “They don’t need to be telling us how far back our garage door has to be from our front door. They don’t have to be telling us what color of paint that we have to put on our houses.” Horning has run for city council before and this marks his third race. “Ultimately it came down that I wanted to have somebody that represented the end of town that I live in, which is the west side of Logan. I wanted to have a diversity of viewpoints coming in with this municipal council race.” Horning said if elected his plan for Logan’s future would have made unnecessary demolition of 17 homes which cleared the way for the Tenth West reconstruction project. With 13 candidates running, Logan City will be conducting a primary election on September 13, narrowing the field down to six.
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