Share your opinion with editor@langleyadvancetimes.com

LETTER: Langley councils need to keep working on climate action

A local resident who attended the Township’s meeting encourages all sides to keep moving forward

Dear Editor,

I attended the Climate Action Strategy Meeting last week at the Township, and I have to say it was well done. The speakers were informative and genuinely listened to the questions and concerns from the people attending. It was nice to see people coming together for the same agenda and trying to work alongside one another to create some positive outcomes.

Lets try and have more of these community engaged meetings in the near future with the Township and Langley City so that we can all work together for the same goal. It will be great to see the local communities come up with some real solutions to our emissions issues and become carbon neutral sooner rather than later.

Sara Hill, Langley

• READ MORE: Carbon budget closer to reality in Langley Township

Just Posted

PHOTOS: Langley councillor provides inside look of Aldergrove’s Alder Inn

Bedbugs and other marks of disrepair lead Eric Woodward to argue against its preservation

VIDEO: Giants fall 3-1 to Victoria in mid-week Island game

The major junior hockey team is back at home in Langley for a toy drive and Santa singalong Friday

VIDEO: North Langley bantam Bears take provincial championship

For North Langley midget Kodiaks, a frustrating night

VIDEO: Rockslide closes Highway 93 in Fairmont Hot Springs

Geotechnical team called in to do an assessment after rocks fell from hoodoos

Province ‘reinforcing’ new rules for party buses as holiday season approaches

Ministry reminds the public that it’s against the law to consume alcohol, cannabis inside a vehicle

Man charged after alleged ‘violent’ robbery at SkyTrain station

41-year-old Aaron Sutherland, of no fixed address, is ‘well known to police’

University of Victoria researchers develop industry-changing ‘hyper-glue’

‘Cross-linking’ technology already playing a role in performance body armour

Threats to the Fraser River at ‘new zenith,’ says river conservationist

The ‘Heart of the Fraser’ should be deemed ecologically significant according to ORC statement

Grandparents raising children: Shuswap grandma sees need for support

Peer group formed for those who have unexpectedly taken on the role of parenting

Final appeal rejected for man convicted in deaths of missing Alberta seniors

Lyle and Marie McCann were in their 70s when they left their home in St. Albert in 2010 and vanished

Thieving gun-toting Santa breaks into Princeton restaurant, makes icing sugar sandwich

The suspect allegedly made a sandwich of icing sugar and ham

Infants should be tested for autism if older siblings are diagnosed, Canadian study suggests

Blood test for infants with sibling who’s been diagnosed would get information to families earlier

Most Read