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Harvey letter was ‘all ideas and no facts’

Editor: I am writing in regards to Mike Harvey’s letter (The Times, March 20) headlined “Forget amalgamating two Langleys — let’s join Surrey.”

As far as the suggestion of Langley becoming part of Surrey, where are the facts? This letter is simply full of ideas and thoughts and has no facts to back it up.

It begs the question of whether or not any of his supporting points are true.

He simply holds Surrey on a pedestal, and doesn’t back up any of his points with real information.

All he does is ramble on about why Surrey is better than Langley, with no proof that it actually is.

Kathleen Lessard

Langley

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