Let’s just keep young people out of Langley

Editor,

To the members of Langley Association of Neighbors Downtown in the Feb. 24 front page story, more power to you!

We have enough rabble rousing going on in Langley. Now that the Dog House is quiet and Mo’s is gone, we have that crazy Tim Leonard at the Machine Shop just trying to ruin our town.

I mean, come on people, some of us are trying to sleep! We are old and tired, and it’s just not right we should have young noisy people trying to have fun and make music in our sleepy Village by the Sea. In fact, let’s have a rule that by dark, no one over 40 is even allowed in Langley, that will fix them right?

I don’t know about you, but I’m taking my walker over to the rocker and I’m bedding down for my nap. Now dammit, be quiet, or leave. Or both.

Tim Economu

Clinton

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