Thursday, April 7, 2022

April 4 Council Notes: Bylaw Approvals, Conference, E-Comm 9-1-1

On Monday, Langley City Council approved the following rezoning bylaws and issued deployment permits for:

Council also approved the summertime responsible consumption of liquor in select areas of Douglas Park, City Park, and McBurney Plaza.

Council approved the new Drinking Water Conservation Plan Bylaw amendment, which among other things, will reduce the number of days you can water your lawn from two days to one day during the summer.

You can follow the links to read previous posts about these approvals.

Council authorized Rick Bomhof, the Director of Engineering, Parks & Environment, to attend the 2022 American Waterworks Association Conference in San Antonio, Texas, from June 12 through 15.

Like most municipalities in the Lower Mainland, Langley City uses E-Comm 9-1-1 for initial 911 call handling, fire dispatch, and their first responders’ radio network. Langley City shares a board seat with White Rock and the Township of Langley. Council approved White Rock’s selected representative for the 2022-23 term.


Unknown said...

Good morning, I was wondering why council isn’t pushing for taller buildings along the proposed skytrain core zone as it looks like a couple buildings along Fraser Highway that have been and or will be approved soon are only six stories.
Thank you.

Nathan Pachal said...

Because we have an airport to the east, we have a height limit in most of our community except near Willowbrook Mall. Generally our max would be 12 storeys.