Langford needs to deal with nuisances

We have two nuisance operations on the West Shore. One is the Tower Fence company on Goldstream Avenue.

We have two nuisance operations on the West Shore. One is the Tower Fence company on Goldstream Avenue.

Its dust production is fearsome. In defense they have it marked for sale. The question is, is the price in the ballpark for a  probable sale?

The second is a new Alpine garbage mixing operation right here in the middle of Langford.

The mixing of fresh garbage with sawdust should be done at the Hartland dump not in mid city. Seagulls feed there and then fly to the Langford lake and clean up. Not great when you think of kids swimming there.

If there is a proliferation of rats, their progeny will soon be in our houses.

Langford mayor and council, I hope will address these issues.

Ron MacIsaac




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