Thursday, September 13, 2018

Election Update #3 - Creating a Vibrant Downtown Langley

As you know, Downtown Langley is the heart of our community, and you cannot have a healthy community without a healthy heart.

One of the things that I’ve heard from people time and again, is that they want a Downtown where there is always something fun happening, where there are places to spend time with friends and family. People want a place with cool local shops, a place to grab a craft beer, or attend a family-friendly public event.

In partnership with the Downtown merchants, Langley City council has started investing in more public events and activities such as the McBurney Plaza Summer Series which offers activities both during the day and in the evening.

Having people active and engaged in Langley’s Downtown helps to reduce negative activity.

As a member of council, I was proud to be able to support the renewal of 56th Avenue, as well as the upcoming Fraser Highway One-Way project which will turn that section of street into a destination in and of itself.

With your support, we can continue the positive momentum, bringing solutions forward for a better Langley.

If you are able to volunteer your time to help out on the campaign, or if you would like a lawn sign to show your support, if you haven’t already done so, please visit

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