Zone changes for downtown Logan approved

One by one Logan’s municipal council Tuesday night took actions that could over time mean dramatic changes for downtown Logan. Following public hearings the council approved a resolution supporting a joint plan between the city and the Logan Downtown Alliance to encourage housing in Downtown Logan. The council also adopted a Logan Housing Plan for Downtown and approved a proposed text amendment to the Town Center (or TC Zone) in the land development code. The council also voted four to one to change the zone from Public to Town Center at the northeast corner of Church Street and Federal Avenue. The zone change involved a little over one-half acre (.59 acres) at 76 East 200 North. Councimember Laraine Swenson abstained from voting saying she was concerned about the density that could be part of a housing project at that location. CORRECTION: In a

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about the proposed re-zones, it was incorrectly reported about the amount of land that would be affected by the zone change. Approximately .59 acres would be rezoned, not 50 acres.

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