Logansport Council Optimistic About Future with Passage of Proposition

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The regular meeting of the Logansport Town Council was held on Monday, December 10 with all members present. Smiling faces surrounded the table with the news that the millage proposition had passed with 60% of Logansport’s voters in favor of the new tax.

Items on the agenda included amending the 2018 with a few additions and adopting the 2019 budget. Both were unanimously approved.

Individual councilman reports were minimal with Dwight Gatlin asking if anything could be done to force the owner of a local business to repair their parking lot that was in deplorable conditions. Suggestions were made with Mayor Judge Cordray informing the group that he would make a few phone calls to inquire about how to proceed with the problem.

Cordray mentioned that even though the property was out of the Logansport City Limits that a Mexican restaurant would be opening in the old Country Skillet building at the corner of Hwy 84 and Hwy 191.

 

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