Ball: sometimes Logan City should look to private sector for services

At 27 years old, Nick Ball is the youngest of 13 candidates running for three seats on the Logan Municipal Council. On KVNU’s Crosstalk show Tuesday, Ball said he is running because he wants to help make sure that decisions made by the council are those that will best improve the lives of young families.A resident of northwest Logan, Ball says he is concerned about the fact that Logan residents pay higher electrical rates than do the customers of Rocky Mountain Power.”There definitely should be a re-evaluation of where the money is going and how much is needed to continue to work with that program,” Ball said. “Sometimes the private sector does allow options for improving those avenues for the city. Whether we should go to the private sector or not is definitely an option.”Ball says that should at least be an option in making important decisions. Ball graduated from Utah State University with a Bachelor’s degree in business administration, finance and economics and currently manages the deli department at Lee’s Marketplace in Logan.

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