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LOGAN, Utah (AP) -- Parking enforcement is beginning on a city block in Logan that is owned by Cache County.
The Cache County Council has authorized the same parking authority for the city to enforce the two-hour parking limit on four rows of the county-owned block.
County executive Lynn Lemon says the move is to free up space for the Cache Valley Visitors Bureau and nearby businesses.
The city used to enforce parking on the block before deeding it to the county in October 2007. The county installed two-hour parking signs, but has not been enforcing the restrictions.
Information from: The Herald Journal
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