Should golf courses be allowed in the Agricultural Land Reserve?
Plans to expand a Buddhist temple - which have rubbed neighbours the wrong way for nine years - may soon be back in front of city council.
The vibe was entirely positive as Delta council and Delta school board officials formally signed a land exchange last week.
Each candidate for the Maple Ridge-Mission riding in the upcoming provincial general election was presented with a list of 20 questions.
A prominent Langley resident has resigned from the Township's Agricultural Advisory Committee after a vote to build housing in a rural area.
Each candidate was offered space in print to expand beyond "yes" or "no" on three questions, with other expanded answers to appear online at www.langleyadvance.com. Following are the candidates' choices:
I urge Township council to oppose the removal of the Tuscan farmland from the ALR for a high-density residential development.
But, no, in the sense that some local school boards are facing extreme difficulties balancing their budgets and need assistance.
Each candidate was offered space in print to expand beyond "yes" or "no" on three questions, with other expanded answers to appear online at www.mrtimes.com. The following are the candidates' choices:
Agriculture in Delta has always been a big issue come election time, so it's no surprise all three Delta South candidates are pledging their support for the farming community.
As the provincial election campaign reaches the halfway mark, Delta South candidates continue to face questions on the quality of life for those in the riding.
Given Delta South has been in the rather unique situation of being represented by an independent for the past four years, it's no surprise the issue of the riding's "voice" has been a leading topic during the first week of the provincial election campaign.
You might not care about politics, but politics cares about you.
The lobby effort to move container port expansion away from South Delta farmland will take another direction.
A new Langley City bylaw could ban any growing of medicinal marijuana, regardless of what regulations Ottawa approves in the future.
The City of Richmond is looking into spending $328,000 to hire new staff to police and patrol soil removal and deposit on agricultural land.
Langley's history, as recorded in the files of the Langley Advance.
That time-tested formula is apparently the answer to the compounding problem of dead bodies turning up along the western end of Colebrook Road (or, as one colleague has taken to calling it, Killbrook Road).
I operate a registered farm in the Agricultural Land Reserve in Langley Township. I have bred and sold horses for over 25 years.