Monday, February 13, 2012

Township of Langley Public Hearing - Coming Soon

Well it looks like the Township of Langley has a jam-packed public hearing scheduled for later this month. On the list of items which council can “hear” the public on are:

A new 42m/138ft. cell phone tower at the Highway 1 / 232 Street interchange.

Proposed Site for New Telecommunication Tower

At the 64th Avenue Power Centre, it looks like Jim Pattison is going to be adding some infill development to replace the gas bar that used to be attached to the Save-on Foods.

New Commercial Retail Unit at the 64th Avenue Power Centre

Near 208th Street and 80th Avenue, there is an application to rezone 5 acres of land in the Yorkson Neighbourhood to facilitate a mixed residential development consisting of approximately 16 single family lots, 9 rowhouse lots and 22 townhouse units.

Proposed Site Plan for Residential Development in Yorkson
The final item for public hearing is an application to rezones 1 acre of land located at 19855 68 Avenue to permit a subdivision to create four fee-simple single family lots.

The interesting thing is that I think the most controversial item on the agenda will be the proposed cell tower. I find it very interesting that people who oppose cell tower also have cell phones themselves.

Public Hearing Details

Monday, February 27, 2012
at 7:00pm
at the Fraser River Presentation Theatre
4th Floor, 20338 – 65 Avenue, Langley, BC

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