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Langley may allow café seating

The city of Langley is considering changes that would allow local restaurants to offer seasonal café seating in the downtown area.

Community Planner Jeff Arango said Monday that the city may allow businesses to apply to use parking stalls, sidewalks and alley space as seating areas for customers. City staff have been gathering ideas from New York City and places in Colorado, he said.

The proposal is expected to be reviewed by the Langley Planning Advisory Board in the near future, Arango said.

City planning staff will also be pursuing a change in regulations that would allow the use of electric golf carts on city streets.

 

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