Letter: School speed zone needed at 200 Street and 53 Avenue

Editor: My son lives at 53 Avenue and 200 Street in Langley.

His son’s school is on the corner. The playing field runs along 200. There is a fence, (but) I don’t understand why there is no playground sign for cars to slow down on 200 Street.

Cars are racing — yes, racing — in what should be a school zone. It is dangerous to cross the street there, never mind all the kids that cross there every day.

Why is this not a marked school zone? The cars line up at the light and race down 200 Street. (There are) never any police there. Are they waiting till someone gets killed?

Carol Young,

Vancouver

Just Posted

Langley Hospice issues formal statement opposing MAiD

Board of directors responds to ‘groundswell of opposition’ from community and volunteers

Aldergrove family first in B.C. to receive reimbursement for life-altering arthritis drug

Effective medication used to treat rare form of juvenile arthritis costs $19,000 a month

Lower Mainland dance squad set to show off hip hop skills in L.A.

TwoFourSeven Company prepping for prestigious World of Dance event in April

Top-ranked Lightning strike for Valley title

Langley Christian Grade 8 girls basketball team caps off season with Fraser Valley banner

VIDEO: Gators depth leads team to Valley title

Walnut Grove’s Kevin Kao earns most valuable player honours in leading Gators to victory

VIDEO: Top 10 B.C. budget highlights

The NDP is focusing on childcare, affordable housing and speeding up the elimination of MSP premiums

BC Wine Institute to take legal action against Alberta

The BC Wine Institute to seek injunction to protect B.C. wineries from Alberta wine ban

BC BUDGET: Tobacco tax hike may light up black market in smokes

NDP government adds another 56 cents per pack as of April 1

4 treatment centres to open in memory of B.C. teen who died of an overdose

A treatment centre for addictions is opening in Penticton after the first one fell through

BCHL Today: Merritt peaking at right time and Taylor signs with UNH Wildcats

BCHL Today is a (near) daily look at what’s going on around the league and the junior A world.

Violent sex offender found not guilty of breach for smoking marijuana

Once designated a dangerous offender, Kevin Miller reportedly back at Chilliwack halfway house

Video: B.C. firefighters featured in quirky video

Oliver Fire Department posts video about their B.C. volunteer firefighter spring training seminar

OLYMPIC ROUNDUP: Two more medals push Canada into third place

A gold in ski cross and a bronze in bobsleigh as men’s hockey advances to the semis

5 to start your day

NDP rolls out first budget, piano teacher accused of sex assault involving former students and more

Most Read