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North Logan Considering Central Development Area

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NORTH LOGAN, Utah (AP) -- North Logan is considering using 100 acres of open land in the heart of the city to build a central district downtown.

The area would feature retail, luxury condominiums and a hotel with a conference center.

The city council has approved the creation of a community development area plan. The creation of a community development area would allow the city to raise the $13 million needed for infrastructure.

Officials say keeping these kinds of projects in mind are key to future growth. Other cities that have focused only on residential development feel the pinch of limited sales tax dollars without viable commercial development.

Information from: The Herald Journal

(Copyright 2007 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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