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Founder of new group for widows and widowers hopes she can help herself as well as others who have walked in her shoes
Council recently received which may consider it for a possible banner program in the municipality
Township council has agreed to a 25 per cent minimum adherence to universal design in the Jericho area.
Council feels staff have the assessment of mudslide risks well in hand.
Council discusses three different options for the future of libraries in the Township.
Township councillor Kim Richter points out that councillors and staff were in meetings from 1 p.m. until after 11 p.m. with almost no break.
The Township will now directly be involved in running Langley Airport, which has enjoyed great success in recent years.
Fort Langley student repels stranger with kick to the shin
Lee’s Market to re-open within weeks in Fort Langley
An estimated 10,000 to 12,000 unlicensed secondary suites have been built in the municipality
A proposal that prompted massive opposition in 2010 has resurfaced, with the developer proposing less density this time around.
Prominent maple in Fort Langley was planted to commemorate First World War veteran A.W. Wilson, who died at Vimy Ridge.
Richard Frost would like Township to pay full cost of removing troublesome tree
Nine works by Canadian artist Peter Ewart appraised at more than $15,000
Motorists using the 16 Avenue corridor through Langley may have to take detours
Corner of 256 and Robertson Crescent claimed the life of an 11-year-old boy in 2011
It has been many years since the Township ceased planting linden trees on residential streets.
An inexpensive reducer will ensure that all eight homes in a cul de sac will pay equally for water consumption
Bylaw will approve removal of utility poles and cable, electricity and phone wires in Fort Langley
Councillor Kim Richter has asked for a legal opinion after she was ruled out of order for questions asked during a public hearing