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James elected to board

Teri James has been elected to the Business Improvement Area of British Columbia board of directors.

The Langley City councillor is the executive director of the Downtown Langley Business Association and she has been with the DLBA for 10 years.

“This is an exciting opportunity for the Downtown Langley Business Association, as I believe it will provide me with an opportunity to learn about new government and corporate programs that may benefit the BIA”, said James. “Being involved at this level allows me to access information as it becomes available, and you can’t beat being one of the first in line”.

The BIABC Board of Directors is comprised of twelve BIA Executive Directors with representation from across the province.

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