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Logan looks at changing at-large council format

Logan looks at changing at-large council format



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LOGAN, Utah (AP) -- Logan is looking at a new format for electing members of the Municipal Council.

Instead of five at-large seats, a combination representatives from zoned districts could join two at-large members to oversee city business.

The Council is taking public feedback on the idea.

Residents living on the west side of Logan have complained that they feel underrepresented.

Councilman Jay Monson says if there is going to be a change, the council needs to agree on it by January so residents can use the new system in the 2009 elections.

(Copyright 2008 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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