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Landlord licensing debate continues

(Herald Journal) Talks on landlord licensing, a hot-button issue during Logan’s election this year, are set to start up again.

In August, the Municipal Council decided not to vote on the controversial proposal, instead ordering a committee to further flesh out issues.

Mayor Randy Watts has said licensing will ensure landlords are meeting safety and building codes. The city would inspect properties before issuing a license, which would cost $50 per landlord, not per unit. The cost would only be $25 for those who apply within six months of the ordinance passing.

There are about 2,200 landlords and 5,500 rental units in Logan.

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