Sundberg, Adams leading in Positon 3 Langley council race

The planning board volunteer who pressed for approval of Langley Passage and the frontman who led the fight against the controversial housing project will square off in the General Election for Position 3 on the Langley City Council.

Jim Sundberg and Robin Adams were leading in the three-way race for the council seat in early vote returns on Election Night.

Kathleen Waters, a longtime government watchdog and Langley business owner, was trailing in third.

The initial vote count gave Adams 31 percent of the vote, while Sundberg collected 45 percent. Waters had pulled in 23 percent.

Adams and Sundberg will now advance to the November election.

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