Long term planning for Langley schools continues Jan. 14

The next phase of the Langley School District long term facilities planning comes up Jan. 14.

The district is reviewing options for the implementation of the Long Term Facilities Plan. An information session is Wednesday, Jan. 14 for anyone interested in further information or another opportunity to ask questions. Information provided is the same as that provided at previous community consultations.

According to the district the purpose of the information session is to provide the community with an overview of the Long Term Facilities Plan recommendations and the implications of possible scenarios upon implementation.

To provide written input on the Long Term Facilities Plan and its implementation address correspondence to:

Office of the Secretary Treasurer

Langley School District

4875 222 Street,

Langley, BC  V3A 3Z7

or email feedback@sd35.bc.ca

People can find out about the long term facilities plan, the work that’s been done so far and what’s to come online at www.sd35.bc.ca/ltfp.

The timeline for the process continues this month.

• Jan. 14: public open house on the long term facilities plan. At the board office at 5:30 p.m.

• Jan. 14: a meeting with DPAC. In the board office at 7 p.m.

• Jan. 27: next regular school board meeting. At 7 p.m.

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