A long-vacant corner lot in Aldergrove is being redeveloped after years of neglect.
Langley Township approved new rules for dumping soil on local farmland, but some council members worried they still aren't tough enough.
Every year, there's a few mandatory dinner-out night that come along - those typically include Valentine's Day, anniversaries, and birthdays.
Langley Township councillors gave the thumbs down to a com-posting operation in Glen Valley Monday night.
"Beauty is in the eye of the beholder" was a phrase on the lips of almost every Langley Township councillor Monday night.
A motion to scrap the new car allowance for Langley Township councillors couldn't get into gear at Monday night's meeting.
As Langley Township grows, so do the number of votes it gets on the Metro Vancouver Board.
We never had turkey dinner at Christmas when I was a kid, simply because we just couldn't seem to cook one properly.
Starting this week, members of a committee considering plans for the new Aldergrove rec centre will get down to brass tacks.
Two upcoming meetings will give Aldergrove residents another chance to look at the options for their planned new pool and community centre.
A Langley developer will have to make 25 per cent of any future project elder-appropriate, but won't be required to build a senior's complex.
The Fort Langley Community Association held a public meeting on Oct. 11, about new developments coming to the village. The mandate of the FLCA is to be a conduit of information to and from the Township for the residents of Fort Langley. We therefore invited not only the residents of the community, but also the mayor and council, since we believe that it is important for politicians to hear and understand the concerns of their constituents.
A resolution was passed at the Union of BC Municipalities, calling on the provincial and federal governments to deal with this [shark fin issue] issue.
The future Aldergrove Recreation Centre needs some local citizens to shepherd it into life, according to Langley Township's mayor and council.
Debate steamed up over whether Langley City and Township should join other municipalities in banning shark fin soup at local restaurants.
Charlie Fox thought his call to improve traffic safety on 16th Avenue would have an easy ride through Township council.
In 2005, the Township of Langley decided to eliminate seven parking spots on the street frontage of our dental office. There are 11 businesses across the street from Real Canadian Superstore that rely on this crucial street parking for customers.
The public will have to be in the know, if they expect to go.
The City of Chilliwack had 30 employees who made $100,000 or more in 2010, and 73 who made more than $75,000.