Liquor licenses up for renewal in Langley

Two restaurants’ liquor licenses are up for Langley review Monday.

The Braeburn and Useless Bay Wines are expected to receive city council approval July 15.

Council members are also scheduled to review the waterline replacement on First Street and amendments to the city’s comprehensive plan.

A highly anticipated approval of the Noble Creek appraisal contract is on the city council’s agenda, too. The property is slated to be given to the city and may possibly become a trail.

Two items are on the council’s new business agenda. The first is a request for a representative to the Solid Waste Advisory Committee, and the second is the city’s 2014 budget.

There will be a period for public comment on issues not on the council’s agenda.

Langley canceled its previous meeting July 1.

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