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If Langley is to tackle its housing-related issues and grow from within city limits, it may need to think small. Accessory dwelling units, small homes that are adjacent or attached to a single family house, could be a viable solution.
Community Events, October 2016
For the first time in its history, South Whidbey Fire/EMS has a female deputy chief. Wendy Moffatt, former EMS division chief, was officially promoted to deputy chief — one rank below chief — at the fire district’s monthly meeting on Thursday. In a short ceremony, district Commissioner Kenon Simmons took her old badge and presented her with a new one. Chief Rusty Palmer was also present, and noted that not only was Moffatt the district’s first female division chief but is one of just a few in the state.
Though they’ve only known each other for a short while, you might mistake Janice O’Mahony and Brad Walker as lifelong friends. The pair were connected through South Whidbey at Home, a membership-based nonprofit which opened its doors in July and is dedicated to helping South Whidbey residents ages 55 and up age in place and stay active in the community.
The Island County Planning Commission will hold a workshop to discuss materials regarding the draft comprehensive plan at 2 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 24.
Just like any good piece of history, it should be set in stone.