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For information, phone or go to www. Hats off to Mile Ranch correspondent Reg Berrington for writing about the potholes in the The day after the article appeared in the June 5 Free Press the potholes were filled in or most of them! I hope that if, and when, this appears in the Free Press, it will be duly acted upon. My husband and I are very concerned about the lack of road markings in the and also on Highway Do you wonder why there are so many accidents on the hill and elsewhere?
If so, just look at the road — hardly a road marking in sight. Highway 97 is a main trucking route for goodness sake. It sounds great, I applaud them, but the only thing is the paint only lasts through the summer. After the winter snows, ploughing, heavy truck use, etc.
We, too, like to try to be environmentally friendly in our home, but this is dangerous. It would be far better to use paint that will stay like the good old daysthan use whatever they are using now.
Stark should step down as Green Party leader To the editor: In fact, she has chosen, by her statement, to back a government that has historically proven to be environmentally unfriendly time and time again. For this reason, I would ask Jane to step down as leader, turn over the reins to someone else, while trying her best to recant this disastrously mistaken endorsement.
After all, a premier is only truly a pre- A mier when elected. Christy could be forced to step down as leader of the BC Liberal Party should she lose the upcoming byelection. We need to insure the B. Liberals do, indeed, answer to the people of this province and not just the party. As a school teacher, Carole may be a good choice for education critic for the Opposition. The people of the Kelowna-West riding should give her a chance to be the representative they need, one who is actually from the riding.
Particularly as jobs migrate out of the downtown core to commercial and industrial developments in outlying communities where land is cheaper. A pitch by Surrey mayor Diane Watts for light rail transit lines in her city is a good start.
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It should be heeded. Will you be donating to a charity as part of your Christmas season activities? Stopping this project midstream is a misuse of the legal system. The project adds critical business capacity to the village as well as residences, needed office space and verymuch needed public washrooms.
Was the judge advised that the silent majority wants more development in the village? We need an improved variety of businesses here to support modern living. Do they volunteer to pay for this mess, the inconvenience to all of us and to the wasted cost of a stalled construction site? The true heritage element of Fort Langley is the fort itself and the federal government protects that. The present business and professional services core of the village is narrow in scope.
Investors such as Eric Woodward have the courage and foresight to broaden the business spectrum. This is not Modern real estate values and municipal building codes for our protection make oneand two-storey new buildings with underground parking financially impossible.BC track and field championships 2014 senior boys 4x100m
Indeed, the older one- and two-storey buildings throughout the Village were built as basic necessity structures at the time, and to safety codes now obsolete. If the wish is to keep these older, basic buildings or build similar new ones, then a heritage society needs to step up, buy the properties and subsidize their operation into the future. I oppose a taxpayer subsidy for that.
Building design certainly can be in a heritage style for pleasing aesthetics, but, Fort Langley needs to progress with the rest of the Lower Mainland.
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The Coulter Berry Building was approved by an elected council. John Allan Fort Langley Editor: I would like to take this opportunity to thank a very special lady for her act of kindness at the Aldergrove Safeway store recently. I returned my shopping cart to the returns area and did not realize until I got home that I had left my purse in it. Our friend Harvey Schultz had died suddenly on Friday and I was distracted with memories of seeing him shopping in Aldergrove.
I had left my purse open and its contents were visible — my wallet with cash showing, my passport and credit cards and cheque book. A cornucopia of goodies for a less-thanhonest person. Apparently a lady rushed into the store with my purse, asking them to Euthenasia the ultimate bullying Editor: Thank goodness the polls show the majority of people do not want to decriminalize our law banning the practise of euthanasia.
Those who are advocating this killing will not be the ones who do the killing, they will have the doctors do it forcefully. This would be the ultimate bullying. Eunice Wingenbach Langley keep it in a safe place. The staff at Safeway were amazed at such honesty. I am truly grateful to you for returning my purse. Have your message seen thousands of times per season! Lisa Zosiak, Planner Full registration begins Thursday August Full registration begins Thursday, May June 10, Ad due date: All ads must come camera-ready in CMYK pdf format.
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The step will be another done by the legislative assembly management committee to expand disclosure reports by MLAs.
Their expenses and salaries are already online, with itemized expenses incurred at MLA offices following in the fall.