Mayor Tim Downing had been serving in the position since former City Manager Robbie Rokovitz resigned in 2010.
The city will pay Logan, who will continue to serve as finance director, a base salary of $90,000, a $5,400 monthly vehicle allowance and provide disability, health and life insurance.
The council also transferred executive powers to the interim city manager.
Logan joined the staff in Holly Springs earlier this year. He’s also served as Canton’s city manager and the city’s chief financial officer.
Logan, 44, is married and has four children and lives in the Sixes Community.
The council also set its millage rate at 5.469 mills to cover an $18 million budget shortfall.
The new rate is considered “revenue neutral,” as most property owners saw their assessed property value decrease by the same percentage as the rate increase.
The owner of a $200,000 house with the standard $5,000 exemption paid $386 last year in city property taxes.
Under the new rate, if the owner’s assessed value stayed the same, the bill would increase by $25.68.
The council also approved the purchase of four police patrol cars and one public works vehicle from Cherokee Chrysler Dodge Jeep in an amount not to exceed $167,258.60 and reappointed Alan LeBaron, David Miller and Carla Palmieri to the Downtown Development
Downing was not present.