Reader agitated to have dirt, leaves, gravel blown at her automobile, questioning who’s going to clean up the mess. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

Reader agitated to have dirt, leaves, gravel blown at her automobile, questioning who’s going to clean up the mess. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

LETTER: Ever heard of a broom?

Langley resident annoyed when municipal staff blow debris at her vehicle

Dear Editor,

I am not against gas powered leaf blowers, although they are banned in places like the West End of Vancouver, and the City of Van is pushing for a city-wide ban.

What pees me off, though, is when the user blows all the crap onto the roadway, and or towards your vehicle as you are driving by.

Recently, a City of Langley employee sprayed my truck with grass, dirt, and gravel on 200th Street.

I’d be pissed if I was driving one of my collector cars.

Whose job is it now to clean the mess on the road… ah, another government employee with a street sweeper.

There is something called a broom and a dust pan that is still very effective nowadays.

Catfish Potesta, Langley City

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