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Despite a slew of complaints by residents following what they claimed to be a loud display of fireworks on July 4, Langley fireworks policy will remain unrevised. The decision is not final, however, as discussions on the topic will continue moving forward, said Mayor Tim Callison.
Community Events, July 2016
Congressman Rick Larsen visited Clinton’s MAKE Whidbey Market owner Janae Cameron to learn about her business and efforts with the Clinton Chamber of Commerce to attract new businesses to Clinton on Thursday, according to a press release.
South Whidbey Fire/EMS will graduate 18 volunteer EMTs from the department’s EMT program on Saturday.
Langley’s sewer comprehensive plan received approval from the Department of Ecology, said Public Works Director Stan Berryman at the regular monthly city council meeting Monday night.
South Whidbey Parks and Recreation district has amended its alcohol policy to allow consumption in Community Park at events that anticipate over 250 guests.