Letter: Write in Fleming for Langley council


Write in Gail Fleming for Langley City Council, Position 5.

We moved to Langley almost six years ago. Gail is our neighbor and became our source to understand the complexities a small town has. History, resources, alternatives and how we would be affected personally, has made Gail a resource, but more importantly, a close friend.

She is a 40 year resident with 40 years of experience on sustainability, accountability, and transparency. Her seven-year history on the Planning Advisory Board and leadership in the formation of our Parks and Open Space Commission are only two examples of the score of leadership roles she has served.

Write in Gail Fleming for Langley City Council, Position 5.

(We need her.)

Kim Pederson and David Smith


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