Langley Police study to be released

A study of the Langley Police Department will be discussed and a recommendation given about its staff size Tuesday.

The city council was given a three-ring binder of information about the police department’s activities to help guide its decision at 5:30 p.m. Feb. 18.

Other business for the council includes a grant application for the restoration of Brookhaven Creek, voting on the adoption of the arts commission ordinance and moving funds from economic development contracts worth $20,000 to the city’s tourism fund.

Langley is also proposing a public hearing about possibly vacating a strip of Anthes Avenue along the west side of the Dog House Tavern. The city will hold the hearing March 3.

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