Some Montana drivers may be sporting "City of Logan" number plates in the near future.
Logan Council will decide at its Monday night meeting whether or not to apply for one.
The number plates could raise funds for less pressing parts of the city budget, such as beautification projects, according to a council spokesman.
A design or price for the number plates has yet to be decided.
Several other specialty number plates display the names of specific Montana communities. But Logan officials suggest leaving the city name off the number plates could have broader appeal and generate more income.
Council Chief Ian Jones uses the example of Cottonwood County's plate, which simply says "Open Spaces".
"I can assure you there are people who own that Open Spaces plate who don't know, care or are concerned with where their extra $30 goes. They like the plate, it represents Montana, it looks like Montana, so people want to purchase it," jones said.
August 1st marks the last day to apply for a January 2010 number plates. The application fee is $3,500.
Also at Monday's meeting, the commission will discuss parts of the proposed 2010 city budget. That fiscal year has already begun, but city officials are waiting on figures from the state Department of Revenue.
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