Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Election Update #5 - Maintaining Langley City’s Sense of Community and Character

I chose to move to Langley City because I wanted to be located near a walkable downtown with all the shops and services required for daily living. I chose my apartment because it is surrounded by a sea of green.

Walking down the street, or through the floodplain, I enjoy running into neighbors and saying hello. This is what true community is all about.

Langley City’s small-town feel, human-scale downtown, with various housing options nearby, and neighbourhoods with trees and trails are what makes our community special.

Like all parts of Metro Vancouver, Langley City is experiencing population growth. It is important that as our community grows, we maintain what makes our community great.

I will continue to support programs that encourage neighbours to get to know one another. I will also keep engaging in meaningful public consultation about our community’s future.

I am committed to improving how the city interacts with its residents whether it be in-person or online.

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

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