Langley City Council meetings return to the airwaves

  • Tuesday, August 8, 2017 6:00pm
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After months of not airing Langley City Council meetings on the radio, residents can once again tune in to keep up with local government.

City council meetings will be aired on Langley Community Radio, which Mayor Tim Callison says is aired on 670 AM. Callison confirmed the meetings will continue to be aired moving forward.

“It’ll now be a normal thing, and it used to be,” Callison said. “We just got our router set up.”

Langley City Hall has had radio connectivity issues since the gigabit internet was installed last fall, according to Councilman Thomas Gill.

“There have been questions about it since it went down last June,” Gill said.

City council meetings are held on the first and third Monday nights of the month.

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