Langey City Council reschedules meeting, rezoning

Langley’s leaders will consider rezoning the Edgecliff neighborhood into a smaller development at the city council meeting next Monday.

The City Council had to reschedule its meeting from Sept. 18 after it failed to have a majority of the members attend. A sudden illness kept Councilman Hal Seligson from attending. Councilman Doug Allderdice was away on vacation. Councilman Bruce Allen was tending to a personal matter.

The proposal is to allow residential spaces up to 15,000 square feet in the area bordered by Edgecliff Drive to the north, Furman Street to the west, Sandy Point Road to the south and east before Edgecliff Drive becomes East Indian Point Lane.

Appointments to two city-appointed positions are also slated for the next meeting. Library Board seats are expected to be filled at the next meeting, as is the appointment of Marianne Edain to the Langley Parks and Open Space Commission.

Langley Mayor Fred McCarthy said he would make his proposal for a city attorney at the upcoming meeting as well.

The Langley City Council’s meeting begins at 5:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 23 at City Hall.

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