Upkeep Fines Against Owner Of Former Municipool Upheld
Logan Municipal Court on Monday upheld $2,000 in fines against recent Logan mayoral candidate Lowell Huber for property upkeep violations at the former Municipool building at 125 E. 1000 North.
Huber told the court he is in the process of selling the building, which would result in the removal of dozens of cars and trucks city regulators have deemed “refuse vehicles,” but Judge Lee Edwards did not deem this reason to deny a small claim against Huber by the city.
Edwards also rejected the argument that Logan code enforcement officers did not give adequate notice of violation to Huber since the documents were not delivered by certified mail. Read the rest of the story on HJnews.com.
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