It doesn’t happen often but Logan Mayor Randy Watts says there are numerous reasons he decided to run for a third four-year term. On <a href=”http://610kvnu.com/assets/podcaster/328/2013_06_11_328_11577_2867.mp3″ target=”_blank”>KVNU’s Crosstalk show Monday</a>, Watts said he has the time, he enjoys the job and he is extremely concerned about seeing some expensive and important projects completed in the best interests of the city.
“I think just because of the complex issues, and I’ve said that before, that I’ve been engaged in,” Watts said. “They’re really hard to just turn off because they’re so important not only for Logan but for the surrounding communities. It’s the waste water. It’s the lagoons as we know them as and what the water quality commission and the EPA are asking us to do.”
Watts faces two challengers in the August primary – Cache County councilmember Craig Peterson and Logan CDBG grant coordinator James Olsen.