Letter: Longtime Langley resident supports Richter

The municipal election isn’t until October 2018 but people are already debating candidates.

Dear Editor,

In response to Kerri Lucas-West’s letter “Richter not wanted…..” Dec 7/17…. may I agree to disagree strongly.

I have been a taxpayer in Langley for over 46 years. I have seen my property taxes skyrocket mainly due to the issues Kim Richter opposes, and am sick and fed up with the old “status quo.”

Kerri, there is a “silent majority” out here that sides with Kim. She actually does understand the decision-making process and has taken up the banner where Muriel Arnason left it.

Rick Green started this windmill-tilt. Hopefully Kim will finish it.

Time to get with the program, Kerri.

Win Bromley, Langley Township

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