The Logan Municipal Council decided to postpone further talk about making the maximum for booting fees consistent with the state law until September when university students will be back in town. Logan City’s cap is set at $70 while state law caps it at $75. City Attorney Kimber Housley said it would be “cleaner if we just adopt the state fee.” During Tuesday’s meeting, Councilmember Dean Quayle said any time a possible increase in the booting fee makes its way to council meeting agendas, many Utah State University students come. The students deserve to be involved in the discussion about raising the booting cap, he said.
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