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JoAnn Hellmann is acutely aware of the devastation and emptiness that follow in the wake of a loved one’s death. Over 40 years later, she still vividly remembers the phone call she received in 1975. The voice on the other end of the receiver said younger sister Kathy was dead.
Community Events, August 2016
Rather than tension and revved engines, the races that took over Langley this past weekend were preceded by light-hearted trash talk and chuckles. The atmosphere was “totally Langley,” as much as the makeshift derby cars being raced.
A public hearing on Langley’s proposed 2017-2022 six-year transportation improvement plan will be held at the city council’s regular monthly meeting on at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 6 at City Hall.
Efforts to transform Seawall Park in downtown Langley into a sculpture park has additional support after the city council approved the forming of an ad hoc committee on Aug. 1. The committee will have somewhere between five or nine members, said City Planner Brigid Reynolds, and will consist of nearby property owners, Langley Arts Commission members, Parks and Open Space Commission members, city officials and other interested parties.
The South Whidbey Parks and Recreation District has powerful supporters in their arsenal for their proposed campground plans, and the district used that to their advantage during its presentation to score grant money from the capitol.