Brian Seamons says that, like a lot of people, he loves Logan. He loves to ride around Logan and love the people of Logan. He says he believes that his education, his participation in organizations and his ideas on improving the community are assets that help qualify him for the office of Mayor for Logan City.
Seamons says he does see things that need to be changed and he feels qualified to help make those changes. For example, he says the proposed development at Garff Gardens meets all the codes but Seamons does not believe it is the right location.
“We have the leverage to make this right,” Seamons exclaims. “We do have the leverage to tell the developer that we want two stalls minimum, or three stalls minimum.
“We can do that because we own the land. But the problem is if we rezone and sell him the land before we give him the building permit, then we lose almost all of our leverage.”
Seamons says this would be the first major project in the Town Center zone and also the first major project for the developer. In his opinion, Logan City needs to be very careful about what is decided to be best for the location.