Letter: Report gives true history

Dear Editor,

Re: 216th Street interchange

During the past few weeks there have been numerous letters regarding the 216th Street interchange project.

And, there have been some factual and some erroneous comments related to the history of the project in the Langley Township.

I would like to direct people to a recent document presented to the Langley Township’s mayor and council.

The report is a detailed factual and historical account of issues related to the 216th Street interchange project.

It was prepared by the Township staff  and can be found at TOL.ca:

> Mayor & council

> minutes & agenda

> Oct. 17, 2016 – afternoon session

Please share the information about this detailed 216th Street interchange report, so that all people in the community can read it and become more fully informed, rather than continue to write letters based on misinformation.

G. Lambert, Langley



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