Langley resident honored as water savings winner

  • Wednesday, November 29, 2017 10:00am
  • Life

Langley resident Paul Goldfinger was recently awarded the city’s 2017 Water Saver Award.

Mayor Tim Callison formally recognized Goldfinger at the Langley City Council’s regular monthly meeting on Nov. 6. Goldfinger stated at the meeting that he at first declined the award because his wife died and that he went from a two-person household to a one-person household. But, he reduced his water usage by more than 50 percent.

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