Letters to the Editor

Another example of why new mayor and council needed

Editor: Re Margaret Ormston’s letter (The Times, Aug. 12), her synopsis of how Langley Township council handled the blueberry cannon situation last year is yet another example of why we need a fresh new mayor and council this November.

Preferably voters will elect a council that does not induce advisory committee members to resign after ignoring their requested input, for which they volunteered their time and expense.

J. Beauman,

Langley

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