Anticipating Revenue Drop, Logan OKs Lower Budget For FY2020-21, Accepts CARES Act Funds

Jun 18, 2020


Logan City council members Jess Bradfield, left, and Mark Anderson, right, listen as Director of Finance Richard Anderson talks about the money the city received as part of the Federal CARES Act funding for COVID-19 relief, during a meeting on Tuesday.
Credit Eli Lucero/Herald Journal

The Logan Municipal Council unanimously approved budgets for fiscal year 2020-2021, including an overall 2.6% budget cut.

“That’s an overall revenue decline,” said Rich Anderson, Logan’s finance director. “Sales tax, itself, we’re anticipating about a 10% decline.” Read the rest of the story here on


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