Letter: Fort Langley and Brookswood development decisions right

Dear Editor,

My husband Lloyd and I attended Monday’s meeting of Township council.

As we listened to our elected mayor and councillors, we realized how much they all had listened to us (the public) when we spoke our hearts out at the public meetings that went into the wee hours.

All our elected officials at the meeting spoke about how the people of Bookswood, Fort Langley, and Langley, as one, are so proud to live and work here, as they are.

And that is why the council meeting was so important.

We think they made the right decisions for Brookswood and Fort Langley.

We are proud to live here and proud of whom we have elected.

Lloyd and Shirley Sawatsky, Langley

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