Langley Loop signs delayed

The wait goes on in Langley.

City officials had hoped their new “Langley Loop” signs would be delivered last week, but it never happened.

Langley Public Works Director Challis Stringer said she inspected the signs on Monday at the county’s sign shop, but said they did not have “reasonable good workmanship” and were rejected.

Stringer said it may take another two to three weeks to have new signs made.

The signs were manufactured by the Washington State Department of Transportation, and city officials are hoping the signs will attract tourists and other visitors off Highway 525 and into the Village by the Sea.

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