Ploof remains on Design Board

Langley business leader Janet Ploof has been reappointed to another term on the Design Review Board.

Mayor Larry Kwarsick proposed her reappointment to the City Council during last week Monday’s regular meeting. His recommendation was met with strong support from council members present.

“Absolutely,” Councilman Hal Seligson said.

Councilmen Jim Sundberg, Doug Allderdice and Seligson all voted to support Kwarsick’s choice in a 3-0 decision. Council members Rene Neff and Bruce Allen were not present at the meeting.

The Design Review Board is a five-member body that makes decisions concerning signage and site design and landscaping for all public and private development applications except for single family residences. Positions carry a three-year term.

Ploof is the president of the Historic Downtown Langley Main Street Association.


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