Don Lauer was sworn in as Langley’s acting police chief by Mayor Tim Callison three months ago. (File photo)

Don Lauer was sworn in as Langley’s acting police chief by Mayor Tim Callison three months ago. (File photo)

Have ‘Coffee with the Chief’ Thursday

Langley acting police chief offering ‘coffee and conversation’

  • Tuesday, September 4, 2018 2:46pm
  • News

Langley’s Acting Police Chief Don Lauer is scheduling regular meeting times to meet with residents for casual conversations called “Coffee with the Chief.”

At 9 a.m. on the first Thursday of every month, this month on Sept. 6, he’ll be at Useless Bay Coffee Co., 121 Second St.

On the third Thursday of every month, this month on Sept. 20, meet Lauer at 4 p.m. at the Langley Commons, 124 Second St.

“Buy your coffee there or bring it with you” states Lauer’s invitation to “Coffee with the Chief” on the city’s website listing on public notices.

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