Two public hearings will take place in North Logan City on Feb. 15, at 6:35 p.m. and 6:45 p.m. respectively. The first will be an opportunity for city officials to receive public input on a proposed revision to the FY2017 Municipal Budget. Following the hearing, the North Logan City Council may consider the approval of a resolution to formally adopt the proposed change.
The second hearing involves a concept plan for the expansion of the Four Seasons Apartments, located at 140 E. 2200 North. The proposal involves the real property parcel #04-083-0005 located between 2100 North and 2000 North on 200 East (Wolf Pack Way) and would add 14 buildings housing 177 units—134 apartments and 34 townhomes—to the development. The parcel, approximately 9.75 acres in size, is currently zoned Mixed Use City Center Adjacent (CCA). Code requires that a public hearing be held for all projects proposed within the City Center zoning area. Following the public hearing, approval of the concept plan may be considered.
The proposed budget can be reviewed prior to the public hearing at the North Logan City Office (2076 N. 1200 E.). The conceptual plan for the proposed Four Seasons Apartments expansion can be reviewed both at the City Office and <a href=”http://www.ci.north-logan.ut.us/temp/CCPH-FourSeasons.pdf”>online</a>. Citizens with questions about the Four Seasons proposal prior to the public hearing can call the Community Development Department at (435) 752-1310, ext. 13.
Tomorrow’s public hearings will take place in the Meeting Room at the North Logan City Library (475 E. 2500 N.). All interested citizens are invited to attend.