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Township puts brakes on Aldergrove trolley By DAN FERGUSON Aldergrove Star
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Sisters Adrianne and Cameron Chowinaro-Crool set a boat free at Fort Langley’s Derby Reach Park on Sunday, April 21, in memory of cancer victim Andy Vaydo. The girls’ father had played rugby with Vaydo at Langley Rugby Club. Vaydo had passed away in 2011 at age 24. The Team Andrew Forever event was a fundraiser for the upcoming Light the Night Walk hosted by the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Oct. 19 at Vancouver’s Stanley Park.
The Township of Langley is unable to approve the proposed route for a soon-tolaunch trolley service in Aldergrove because it doesn’t have enough information. The issue was raised in a Monday (April 22) letter to the Aldergrove Trolley Company from Langley transportation engineering manager Paul Cordeiro, which said plans for a May 1 launch of the trolley service were “premature.” “The information provided with respect to the routes and bus stops is inadequate to undertake an evaluation,” Cordeiro said. He said the Township must have detailed design drawing of bus shelters and signs to make sure they meet area planning guidelines. Cordeiro said the Township must also have proof of insurance and an agreement making the trolley company responsible for maintaining the bus stops. As well, the municipality needs to know what type of bus is being used, whether it can navigate the turns it will have to make and if it is wheelchair accessible, among other things. The trolley company has yet to apply for a business licence to operate its service, Cordeiro said. The letter was sent to trolley company executive director David Miller on the same day that Miller, trolley company marketing director Anna Nosek, and chief financial officer Lynne VanLaarhoven came to council to lobby for approval. “We still have a ways to go,” VanLaarhoven said. VanLaarhoven told council the trolley company hopes to
Aldergrove Trolley Company directors (from left) Anna Nosek, Lynne Vanlaarhoven and Dave Miller came to Township Council Monday night, April 22, to ask for quick approval of the proposed service. win approval for the proposed routes and stops from the Township engineering department by April 30. That would be followed by a “celebration of approval” launch event on May 1, with actual service starting some time before May 15, she said. Mayor Jack Froese said given the concerns expressed by staff, “it may be difficult to meet that timeline.” Council voted to instruct the engineering department to “expedite” the approval process by working with the trolley company to speed the process. The Aldergrove Trolley Company was established when a Reality TV show “Million Dollar Neighbourhood,” which challenged residents to make changes to improve their neighbourhood, was taping in Aldergrove. The stated goal of the community-run non-profit company is to provide transit service to Gloucester Industrial Estates and South Aldergrove, areas of the community that currently have little or no transit service. The trolley would link to the
TransLink buses that connect downtown Aldergrove to Langley and Abbotsford. In 2012, Township council approved spending $2,500 to help the Aldergrove Trolley Association set up a business plan. In July of that year, the trolley company announced it had purchased a 32-passenger trolley built in 1988 for a theme park in Virginia. However, in November, the trolley company announced the vehicle was “unusable for service” and would be stripped down and cut up into bus shelters for the new trolley transit line. In the Monday night presentation to council, the company said it has entered into an agreement to lease vehicles from the Vancouver Trolley Company, which operates a fleet of “San Francisco-style” trolleys for sightseeing tours. The Aldergrove company said it has has also won designation as an “independent transportation service” from TransLink and obtained a business licence to operate a dispatch office for charters and tours.
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Council throws cold water on call for bigger pool By DAN FERGUSON Aldergrove Star
Planners will take a closer look at the size of the pool in the proposed new Aldergrove community centre, now that Langley Township council has voted unanimously to order an “Aquatic Needs Assessment” as part of the next step in the planning process for the the former Aldergrove Elementary school site at Fraser Highway and 270 Street. Councillors Kim Richter and Steve Councillor David Davis says that he isn’t sure Ferguson were absent from the Monday, the existing Alder- April 22 meeting. Some residents have complained the grove hockey rink preliminary plans for a 25-metre, six lane should be replaced.
“short course” pool are inadequate. They say a 50-metre, eight-lane “long course” swimming pool that can accommodate international-standard competitions should be built instead. The chair of the standing committee on the Aldergrove community centre, Councillor Bob Long, has argued there simply isn’t enough room on the site, which has to accommodate both the swimming pool and a new hockey rink. At the Monday afternoon meeting that approved the closer look at pool requirements, Councillor David Davis noted there is already a hockey rink serving the Aldergrove area, the 40-year-old
Aldergrove Community Arena. “I’m not convinced that I would like to see an ice rink built at this time,” Davis said. “I want to support a pool [but] maybe not an ice rink.” Councillor Charlie Fox predicted a larger pool would mean higher taxes and chilly swimmers. Larger competition-level pools are kept colder for swim meets, Fox said, too cold for seniors and young people who will be the “primary users.” “You don’t teach children to swim in a 50-metre pool unless the heat is cranked and that’s going to cost more,” he said.
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All candidates’ meetings are taking place in the run-up to the May 14 provincial election. On Wednesday, May 1, CARP and South Fraser OnTrax are co-hosting a meeting at Langley Township hall, for candidates in both Langley ridings. There will be a chance to meet candidates beginning at 6 p.m., with a media power panel asking question of candidates from 7 to 9 p.m. Members of the panel are Frank Bucholtz, editor of The Times; Bob
If a long course pool goes in, Fox said the municipality can “now peg everybody’s tax increase at least one per cent higher.” Mayor Jack Froese was also not convinced the community can afford the larger pool. “I think we have to separate the wants from the needs,” Froese said. “We need a pool, but we don’t want to blow the budget on it.” The next-step report on the recreation centre from Township staff is expected by early July. There are plans for a public consultation meeting.
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Groeneveld, editor of the Langley Advance; and Fort Langley resident Mark Forsythe, host of CBC Radio’s B.C. Almanac program. This non-partisan debate is open to the public. More than 700 members of both hosting organizations will also be informed of the debate and invited to attend and participate. This is the first-ever Langley debate that will include candidates from both the Langley provincial ridings at the same time and conducted entirely by a local media panel.
Aldergrove Rotarians are hoping many locals will join them in the Aldergrove Clean-up Day event on Saturday, April 27. They will be hitting the streets early and invite other volunteers to come and join the community effort.
Langley meeting to hear changes proposed to ‘medical Eyesore closer to being spruced up marijuana access program’ HARRY HUNT PHOTO
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An information session on the proposed new legislation changes governing the federal government’s Medicinal Marijuana Access Program is being presented next month in Langley. Township of Langley Mayor Jack Froese and Langley MP Mark Warawa will host the event to inform the public about the proposed changes on Wednesday, May 15, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., in the ABC Room at the George Preston Recreation Centre, 20699 - 42 Ave. Joining them will be Langley RCMP Superintendent Derek Cooke, Township of Langley Fire Chief Stephen Gamble, Bylaws Manager Bill Storie, and a representative from Health Canada.
In 2001, due to a Supreme Court decision, the Federal Government through Health Canada established regulations for Canadians if they obtained support from a medical practitioner to access and grow marijuana in licenced homes for medical purposes. Proposed new regulations that are expected to start next year will prohibit grow ops in residential buildings. Only licenced, commercial producers will be able to grow medicinal marijuana. The Township noted that the session is not intended to deal with specific neighbourhoods or issues but will provide information on what various agencies and levels of government can and cannot do.
A prominent corner of Aldergrove may finally get a much needed facelift from the “eyesore” it is now. On Monday, April 8, Langley Township council gave first and second reading to a bylaw allowing four commercial buildings to be built on the southeast corner of 264 Street and Fraser Highway. The lot once held a popular Burger King and Husky gas station, but the buildings were vacated several years ago.
“I’m so happy to see something happening on this corner. It was unsightly and I was actually thinking of talking to the bylaw department about our unsightly policy,” said Councillor Kim Richter. Councillors Charlie Fox and Bob Long called the corner lot an “eyesore.” “It’s good they are going to clean up that corner. It’s been left in a derelict state for a while now,” said Fox. But Long wasn’t too happy about commercial buildings filling the lot.
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A boarded-up commercial property that has been sitting derelict for a number of years at the southeast corner of Fraser Highway and 264 Street is a proposed new commercial development site. He expressed concern town Aldergrove. that putting commercial “There is already a glut stores there will hurt an of commercial space in already hurting down- Aldergrove,”said Long.
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A picturesque place in Murrayville is about to blossom into a community park, and the transformation will begin during Community Arbour Day. Each year, the Township of Langley hosts a celebration of trees and showcases the importance of the urban forest in a different location. For the 2013 Community Arbour Day celebration, which takes place on Sunday, April 28, 1 to 3 p.m., the free event will be held at Old Yale Park, at Old Yale Road and 224 Street. The site is made up of agricultural land and is part of the Township’s Operations Centre site. It is currently home to the new Murrayville Community Garden, an historic barn, and a wetland restoration project. Langley Environmental Partners Society is also using the natural oasis as a native plant nurs-
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ery and will be holding educational programs in the park. In the future, Old Yale Park will also feature an arboretum tree buffer area and trails, including con-
nections to the neighbourhood and the community garden. The inclusion of a fenced dog off-leash park will be explored with public input in the coming year. During Community Arbour Day, Township of Langley Council will plant several trees to commemorate people who made significant contributions to the community and passed away this year. They include Eric Bysouth, Iris Preston, Constable Adrian Oliver, Ruth Bakken, Thomas Farquhar and Ian Strachan. The public is encouraged to help plant tree saplings, take a tour of the wetland and community garden, meet master gardeners and arbourists, and enjoy interactive displays and activities. Composting techniques can be observed, bucket rides and face painting will be offered, and guests can take away a free bag of compost.
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The Langley Garden Club’s 32nd annual Spring Show and Sale will be held on Saturday, April 27 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Sharon United Church at 216 Street and 48 Avenue in historic Murrayville. The club will host a juried flower show on the lower level of the church with hundreds of spring flowers to be seen and admired. There will also be a photography contest and a children’s section.
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Editor: Early polling does not look good for the BC Liberal government as voters appear eager to have their tantrum and send them packing. A new NDP government should not construe this as a mandate to start engineering its vision of a utopian paradise in B.C. Voters’ dubious desire for integrity in government, financial or otherwise, won?t be delivered by the NDP. Dix is renowned for his craftiness with altering an official document in abetting another BC NDP Premier’s violation of conflict of interest laws. Apparently two wrongs can make a right in the NDP paradigm. Entrusting the stewardship of the B.C. economy to the NDP is the formula for becoming a have-not province again. Although, just before the election campaign began the party was forthright in laying out its platform with its intentions to tax and spend, and to run budget deficits. This has been followed up by daily campaign trail promises to pilfer more and more hard earned money from the peoples’ pockets. Hopefully, the centre right coalition can get its act together more quickly this time around and the NDP’s term and damage can be limited to four years. The elite of the B.C. business community and the power brokers of the BC Liberal Party that installed Christy Clark are well positioned to endure an NDP government, but the average citizens of B.C. are not. Tim Opper, Aldergrove
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VICTORIA – The B.C. Liberal Party deserves credit for releasing its policy book in full on the eve of the formal election campaign. That’s about the only positive thing to be said about it. For those who take the time to read party leader Christy Clark’s 40-page booklet, there are a few nuggets of news. For instance, a reelected B.C. Liberal government would continue its justice reform agenda by moving traffic ticket disputes out of courtrooms, as they did with impaired driving cases. Most of it consists of glowing descriptions of the government’s 12-year record, and attacks on the NDP of the kind that are not normally seen in a platform. This is consistent with Clark’s style since she was anointed party leader two years ago. The main focus, as revealed in February’s throne speech, is a plan to pay off B.C.’s growing debt and perhaps even get rid of the provincial sales tax with an Alberta-style “prosperity fund” from liquefied natural gas exports. Whether this is from imposing a new export tax on LNG or simply from a windfall of gas royalties is not clear. Clark and her energy minister contradicted each other on that when it was announced, and the platform doesn’t shed
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any new light. All we have is a big logo on the side of Clark’s campagn bus declaring “DEBT FREE B.C.” As I’ve written before, there is plenty of real evidence of a huge new LNG industry in the making. As for paying off the $60 billion debt that the B.C. Liberals’ pre-election budget predicts will keep growing, cartoonist Adrian Raeside summed it up best: LNG revenues are “Christy Clark’s invisible friend.” Clark finished up last week with stops in Terrace and Prince Rupert, promising an LNG windfall for local governments as well. She repeated the platform’s attack line that the NDP are going to wreck the trillion-dollar LNG boom with a Quebec-style moratorium on “fracking” to extract gas from deep shale formations. That’s not an outright lie, but it’s almost as speculative as Clark’s notions of a 30-year windfall that could at best barely start during the next four-year term. The NDP are not calling for a moratorium on natural gas production. They’re calling for yet another “review,” one of many vague, wobbly positions that have been adopted by both dominant parties. An earlier premier named Glen Clark became famous
for “freezing” things like ferry fares and car insurance rates. Now Christy Clark is “freezing” personal income tax rates for five years, and carbon tax rates too. That implies she’s planning to win this election and the next one, at a time when it is unclear whether she can even hold her own seat in Vancouver-Point Grey. The B.C. Liberals will cut small business taxes by a point, some time in the next five years. They will also increase income tax on large businesses and personal income of more than $150,000, but that’s not mentioned in their platform, since it goes against 12 years of their policy as a government. • A clarification of last week’s column on the B.C. Conservative platform. Leader John Cummins informs me his plan to phase out the carbon tax does not include reversing the personal and business income tax rate reductions that were legislated as the fuel tax reached its current level. The platform asserts that total provincial revenues will continue to rise in the next four years, despite the uncompensated loss of $1 billion from the carbon tax. Tom Fletcher is legislative reporter and columnist for Black Press and BCLocalnews.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Editor: Was the fact that many members of Langley Township and City councils attended the luncheon with Premier Christy Clark just a matter of common affiliation? These are well-established, status quo folks. Or was it a disrespectful snub, and real naiveté by our local elected officials, to stay away from the addresses by NDP leader Adrian Dix and Conservative leader John Cummins? There appears to have been a deliberate attempt to ignore other options. Whatever their strategy, it smacks of bad taste. It shows a lack of foresight and a lack of wisdom. Their true colours and bias were shown. Do we have real balanced governance, or a charade? The resolve is blowing in the wind for now. Harvey D. Schultz, Aldergrove
Conservatives say no to incinerator in the Valley By ALEX BUTLER Aldergrove Star
The B.C. Conservatives will oppose the building of a wasteto-energy trash incinerator in the Fraser Valley, party leader John Cummins announced Monday morning in Abbotsford. Cummins said the party will not allow the controversial proposal by Metro Vancouver, which could potentially locate an incinerator in the Fraser Valley, to proceed. Cummins said that the airshed in the Fraser Valley needs to be protected. He said the region’s residents have previously stood up against projects that would compromise local air quality, citing the defeated Sumas Energy 2 powerplant proposal as an example. “Folks fought that successfully, and they feel the same way, you can rest assured, towards this incinerator.” Cummins said Liberal MLAs won’t stop the incinerator from going forward, adding that Premier Christy Clark and environment minister Terry Lake are both in favour of seeing the project proceed. “They have not supported the folks that live here… Only Conservative MLAs oppose the construction of an incinerator here and do so vigorously.” Clark told Black Press in March that the Liberals would not allow Metro Vancouver to impose any technology or waste-toenergy projects that would have a negative impact on the Valley airshed. The announcement came the same day the Conservatives announced they would end the Clean Energy Vehicles program, which includes a $5,000 subsidy off the purchase price of plugin hybrid electric cars. Cummins said that the program is ineffective and environmental spending should not be directed into program that has little effect.
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World War II veteran Norm Aasen was presented with his 65 year service pin by Aldergrove Royal Canadian Legion president Sandy Haddow this month.
Township residents had their chance to comment on a proposed $2.7 million, 20-year plan to boost agricultural activity and reduce conflict between urban neighbourhoods and nearby farms. The open house on the Agricultural Viability Strategy (AVS) was held on Thursday, April 18, at the Township civic facility. The 101-page AVS was developed by a 10-member task force. It proposes a four-part plan to provide a “welcoming business environment for farming,” services to encourage “agri-industrial hubs” that would process locally grown food within Langley, measures to create a secure agricultural land base, and rules to ensure “best farm management practices” are used by local farmers. Among the suggested 34 initiatives, 86 policies and 85 actions are the creation of a farmers’ institute to represent agricultural interests, regulations requiring notifying home buyers when “the use of their properties may be impacted
by normal farm practices” and incentives to encourage food processors to build plants in Langley to process locallygrown food. Agriculture occupies more than three-quarters of the Township’s 316 square kilometres and Langley has onehalf of all the farms operating in Metro Vancouver A staff report to council calls the $2.7 million cost of the AVS a “relatively small investment” for an industry that generates more than $277 million annually. A Township survey of more than 1,400 Langley residents conducted for the AVS shows that farming is “very” or “somewhat” important to 95 per cent of urban and 96 per cent of rural respondents. The written announcement of the open house by the Township notes that the event is not intended to deal with propane cannon use, an issue another task force has been discussing. The plan will come back to council for a vote on approval and implementation.
Candidates’ forum kicks off election race By FRANK BUCHOLTZ Aldergrove Star
The provincial election campaign in Langley officially got underway Tuesday evening, with an all-candidates’ meeting sponsored by the Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce. All eight declared candidates in the two Langley ridings were on hand, including BC Conservative Party leader John Cummins, running in Langley, and deputy premier Rich Coleman, running for the BC Liberals in Fort LangleyAldergrove. The meeting was moderated by Global News anchor Steve Darling. A wide variety of issues came up at the meeting, which attracted a capacity crowd to the Summit Theatre at the Cascades Casino. Independent Kevin Mitchell, the newest candidate. is running in Fort Langley-Aldergrove. He said he decided to run because “the ordinary citizen has little to no chance (to make change) when operating from outside the system. As long as we elect members of political parties to government, the community will continue to come second to the party.” The other candidates all represent political parties, and each said they are quite capable of representing Langley’s interests in Victoria. Coleman, who has been Fort Langley-Aldergrove MLA for 17 years, said he had helped bring the Langley Events Centre here after a discussion with former mayor Kurt Alberts about the community’s priorities. Polak said she has gone to bat for Langley in issues such as rail overpasses and improved transportation. Fort Langley-Aldergrove NDP candidate Shane Dyson said he has met with numerous
community groups and plans to take their concerns to Victoria if elected. The candidates were asked if they would support taking another look at the HST, which was defeated in a referendum and officially ceased on March 31. Cummins said “At this point, the HST well is somewhat poisoned. But it would be possible to institute discussions with the public at large.” The Green candidate in Langley, Wally Martin, was an active campaigner against the HST, which he conceded is better for small businesses than the PST. He said the BC Liberals didn’t tell the truth about the tax, saying it would not cost individual taxpayers more money. He said any future discussion of the tax must be truthful. Polak said the public had spoken when the HST was defeated in a referendum. She said the government could take a look at the PST and make it “operate better for small business.” Langley NDP candidate Andrew Mercier said the BC Liberal government did not have a policy discussion around the HST before introducing it as legislation. He said that, in Ontario, there were wide consultations and the tax was introduced with much less fuss. The candidates were asked about the Agricultural Land Reserve. “They’re not making any more soil,” said Mitchell. “If we want to maintain farming here, we must protect the ALR at all costs.” Fort Langley-Aldergrove Conservative candidate Rick Manuel said the ALR is very important to Langley, and is facing “constant pressure for development.” Coleman said there is no
need for any land in Langley to be removed from the ALR, as there is plenty of potential urban land in Willoughby and Brpookswood. He also defended the Right to Farm Act, saying farmers have to be able to run their businesses without facing the possibility of being shut down by neighbours. Dyson said the ALR protects usable farmland, but much of it remains fallow. “We need to encourage young farmers, because it is an astronomical expense to buy land.” Road pricing was discussed. Mercier said that an NDP government would return $200 million from the carbon tax to TransLink. Polak said she is working with the TransLink Mayors’ Council to identify new funding sources, and the Liberals will put recommendations to a referendum in 2014. Martin noted that in 1910, an interurban line served 17,000 people in the Fraser Valley, and 103 years later, there is nothing similar to serve one million. Cummins said B.C. residents don’t support tolls. Cummins said there is no reason to put TransLink funding proposals to a referendum. “The government has to take responsibility,” he said. Health care was discussed. Mitchell said “there’s not an open check book” when it comes to health spending, and he said “there’s an awful lot of bureaucracy and overhead.” He said the health system works well in many ways but overhead needs to be reduced. Coleman said overall administration costs of the health care system are about six per cent in Canada, as compared to 22 per cent in the U.S. B.C. has good health outcomes, he said, calling that the most important measure. The BC Liberals plan to add another $2.4 billion to health
spending in the next three years. Dyson said there is a need to invest in more people — doctors, nurses and technicians. He said the waiting period for diagnostics is unacceptable. He also decried funding inequities, saying the Vancouver region gets an average of $,3000 per capita in funding, while Fraser Health region gets $1,600. Manuel, a former B.C. Ambulance executive, said the length of time patients have to wait at emergency rooms is unacceptable, and he said “we have to spend smarter.” Post-secondary education was discussed. Mercier said he left B.C. to attend university because it was more affordable, yet he graduated with $35,000 in student debt. He said there is “rising inequality,” as students from wealthier families are among the few who can afford the cost of education. He emphasized the NDP platform of skills training, and a restoration of needs-based grants. He pointed out that Langley is growing at an 11 per cent rate, and many of the new residents are young families. There needs to be more spending on education at all levels, he said. Cummins said an important part of post-secondary education comes in technical and trades training, and the BC Liberals have cut skills training funds. “There will be a great need for tradesmen in the future,” he said. “We’ve fallen down.” Polak said the BC Liberals have boosted spending on postsecondary education in the past 12 years to unprecedented levels. While many colleges became degree-granting institutions, more seats have also been added to them. She said the number of spaces for students outside Vancouver has been greatly increased.
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CALENDAR Parkside Centennial Elementary School Spring Fun Fair - Friday, April 26, 4-8 p.m. at Parkside Centennial Elementary School, 3300 - 270 Street, Aldergrove. Arts, games, entertainment, food, all-ages event. Admission: ages 2 and under free, ages 3 and up $15 per child, family of 3 or more children $40 per household. Tim Hortons serving free timbits and coffee 5-7 p.m. Concession available. Meet Hawkey from Abbotsford Heat. Bid in silent auction. Info: http:// www.parksidepac.com/ Spring Plant-Craft-Bake Sale Saturday, May 4 from 1-3 p.m. at Aldergrove United Church, #10127336 Fraser Hwy., Aldergrove. Refreshments available. Info: Sandy 604-856-8872. 18th Annual BC Ukrainian Cultural Festival - Saturday, April 27, 8:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. at Clarke Theatre, Heritage Park Secondary School, 33700 Prentis Ave., Mission. Dance competition, music, food, arts and crafts. New this year is a Children’s Activity Centre. Admission: adults and seniors $8, youth (7-18 years) $5, children (6 and under) $1. W-Info: website: www.bcucf.ca Celtic Fun Night - Sing and
dance along to the rousing music of Blackthorn with guests, Vancouver Police Pipe Band. Hosted by Tartan Pride Highland Dance Team. Adults $15, children (12 and under) $10. Saturday, May 4, 7 p.m. at Cloverdale Catholic Parish Hall. Info: 604-576-1619 or 604-513-8407 or www.tartanpride.ca Ukrainian Soul Food – Perogies, cabbage rolls and borsch available Friday, April 26 at a fundraiser from 4:30-7:30 p.m. at Ukrainian Cultural Centre, 13512 - 108 Ave., Surrey. Eat-in, take away, or ready for your freezer. Info: 604-531-1923 or 604581-0313. Langley Relay For Life Fundraiser - Teams from Aldergrove, “Pippi’s Girls” and “Smiles n’ Angels” are hosting a Relay For Life fundraiser at Aldergrove Legion on Sunday, May 5, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Garage sale, hot dog and pop for $2, bake sale, and bottle drop off! (donations welcome). Big thanks to Aldergrove Legion and to International Pacific Sales Ltd., for the donations. Housing Workshop - topic of “Information for Senior Renters“ on Wednesday, May 8, 1:30-3 p.m. at Langley Seniors Resource &
Recreation Centre, 20605 – 51B Ave. Pre-register at 604-5303020. Drop-ins welcome. Admission is free and open to the public. Fest of Fools - Saturday, May 4 at MEI Theatre, 4081 Clearbrook Road, Abbotsford. The lobby and Silent Auction open at 6:30 p.m. and the performance by comedian Cliff Prang and Langley Ukulele Ensemble gets underway at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $20 by calling 604-852-3701 or online at www.gallery7theatre.com Art Club - Do you paint or sketch? Join this friendly group of artists who work in oils, acrylic, watercolour and graphite. Bring your work in progress. First and third Saturday of the month, 2-4 p.m. at Murrayville Library; 604533-0339. Langley Herbivores Worldwide Vegan Bake Sale - sponsored by A Well-Fed World international hunger aid organization with proceeds to Bandaid for Bunnies rabbit rescue organization on April 27, 2-5 p.m. at Charlie’s Marketplace IGA, #B101 20159 88 Ave., Langley. Travel Smart for Seniors - program at City of Langley Library on Saturday, May 4 from 2-3:30
p.m. Hear a representative from TransLink to learn about transit safety and the accessibility features of buses, as well as riders’ rights. Please call 604-5142855 or visit 20399 Douglas Cres. to let library staff know you are coming to this program. Mother’s Day Pancake Breakfast - May 12 at Jubilee Hall, 7989 Bradner Rd., Abbotsford, 8 a.m. to noon. Treat Mom to a great buffet style breakfast, sausages, scrambled eggs, fruit cocktail and all the pancakes you can eat. Only $6, kids under 6 free. Orange juice, coffee or tea also included. Prizes. Info: 604856-4375. Bonnie Kilroe’s Country Queens - Friday, May 17 at Coast Capital Playhouse, 1532 Johnston Rd., White Rock. Tickets are $42.50 (plus facility fee and service charges) available from Coast Capital Playhouse Box Office. Charge by phone 604-536-7535 or online at www.whiterockplayers.ca Aldergrove ESL Classes - Free English as Second Language classes every Tuesday from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at St. Dunstans Anglican Church, 3025 - 264 Street, Aldergrove. All are welcome.
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Two musical acts with Aldergrove roots will be sharing the stage May 4. Sergeant Ginger is a large 12-piece rock-soul-funk group that was brought together by Matthew Eldridge. Opening up is Black Water Orchid, which consists of Joel Brown and Justin Koshman. This great night of music will be taking place at Azul Restaurant, 27010 Fraser Hwy., on Saturday, May 4 at 8 p.m. Matthew Eldridge has been involved in music since the age of six and after moving from Aldergrove to Vancouver he has put together a class act of musi-
and The Unicorn. The Chorus will be joined on a few songs by the Langley Community Music School Fiddlers. There will be two Concerts in May, an evening concert, 7:30 p.m., Saturday, May 11 at Willoughby Christian Reformed Church, 20525 - 72 Ave., Langley, and an afternoon matinee, 3 p.m., Sunday, May 26 at Sharon United Church, 21562 Old Yale Road, Langley. Tickets will be available at the door a half hour prior to concert or in advance from Chorus members. Cost is adult $15, students $10, children under 6 free. Visit website: www.langleychorus.org
The Langley Chorus 2013 Spring Concert is titled “A Musical Menagerie!” This ‘Musical Menagerie’ will consist of an entire program of songs about our friends, the animals. There will be tunes the children will love, plus a whole selection of great songs for the adults to enjoy and some you will want to sing along with. Melodies like The Seal Lullaby and The Silver Swan will highlight the lovely sound of the chorus in full harmony. There will be rousing numbers like Joy To The World, The Bare Necessities
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Aldergrove fiddler Anne Guite Kereliuk (centre) joined Bruce Coughlan and Nolan Murray at the first Roots Music Night at Bob’s Steakhouse, April 3. Bob’s next Roots Night is Wednesday, May 1 starting at 6:30 p.m.
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Cinco de Mayo at Jubilee Aldergrove Star
Get your dancing shoes on, there is a great party for Cinco de Mayo at Jubilee Hall. On Saturday, May 4 organizers are pulling out all the stops to bring you a fun and upbeat party with a great dance band, Grooventonic. They specialize in lively dancing music that will have you hopping all night long. There will be a selection of both
Mexican and Canadian dishes, a little something for everyone. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., with dinner served at 7:30. Jubilee Hall is at 7989 Bradner Rd., West Abbotsford. Tickets are just $25 and are on sale at Wilway Lumber Sales, 28728 Fraser Hwy., Aldergrove or online at www. brownpapertickets.com. For more information, call 604-856-4375.
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Vehicles at the eighth annual St. George’s Day British Motoring Show at Fort Langley on Sunday, April 21 included a 1952 MG (above) owned by Lyle Pona of Langley and a British double-decker bus and black cab owned by International Movie Services of Aldergrove.In photos below, Jack Williams of Aldergrove brought a couple of his classic hot rods and dragsters to the Classic and Custom Car Show at Tradex on the weekend. The cars will also be on display at Otter Co-op this weekend, April 27-28. Hosted by Vintage Car Club’s Fraser Valley chapter and Otter Co-op, the show starts at 9 a.m. daily and offers prizes for entrants.
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Mustangs closes, starts new direction Aldergrove Star
Mustangs Bar in Aldergrove will begin their “closing out weekend” with their final Comedy Night, featuring headliner Vancouver’s own Simon King along with four other fantastic comedians. Supporting Simon King are Vancouver’s Chris Gaskin, Vancouver’s Larke Miller and just added Vancouver’s Stephen Peever. The night’s comedic host will be Langley’s own Dick Thompson. Simon King utterly changes a room when he takes the stage. His high energy, aggressive, intelligent and edgy comedy style makes him nothing short of a force of nature. Known for his explosive performance that marries sharp socially conscious material with a keen point of view, Simon goes flat out with hilarious and game changing results. This will be Mustangs Bar’s final show. Mustangs bar is located at 3227 - 264 Street, Aldergrove; call 604856-9004 or see website: www.mustangsbar.com Comedy Night 2 on Friday, April 26, starts at 9 p.m. Tickets are
$10 and are available at Mustangs. Due to a changing business climate and the cost of overhead, 24/7 Group CEO and President Lucky Dhaliwal has decided to change their direction from the service industry to the entertainment industry. Mustangs Entertainment will be a full service entertainment company. “We will be able to offer security services, bartending services, DJ services and eventually catering. Mustangs Entertainment has two mechanical bulls available for events as well as a full PA system that can facilitate all levels of live entertainment,” said Dhaliwal. Mustangs will also have the ability to provide all levels of live entertainment, from magicians, comedians, hypnotists, cover bands, tribute acts to the best national and international recordings artists. Mustangs Entertainment has also launched a partnership with the Fraser Valley’s number one concert promoter, Rockitboy Entertainment. Rockitboy have been
Comedian Simon King appears at Mustang’s close-out party this Saturday evening. responsible for bringing hundreds of major recording artists and events to the Fraser Valley. Mustangs Entertainment will be supporting Rockitboy Entertainment, along with Country 107.1 Abbotsford, in the production of recording artist Corb Lund and the Hurtin’ Albertains at the Clarke Theatre in Mission, Saturday, May 11. The location of
Mustangs Bar and Grill, C7 - 11, 3227 - 264 St., Aldergrove will be closing down April 30 for an extensive renovation with a new ownership group in place. The pub will be opening as an Irish themed pub in August or September 2013. The 24/7 group and Mustangs Bar & Grill would like congratulate the new ownership group and wishes them all the best in their future endeavours.
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51st Walk set for May 5 Aldergrove Star
For more than half a century, Langley residents have been lacing up their shoes, gathering their families and friends, and exploring various neighbourhoods during the annual Langley Walk. The tradition continues this year as the 51st event is held on Sunday, May 5, starting in Douglas Park at 20550 Douglas Crescent. The Walk, which is being jointly presented by the Township of Langley and the City of Langley, gets underway at 1:30 p.m., but participants are invited to come down any time after noon to register and enjoy entertainment. Both a five and a ten kilometre route – a large portion of which will be on the Nicomekl Flood Plain trails - will be offered and people can walk, run, bike, rollerblade, or push a stroller. The event is free and everyone who finishes the Langley Walk will receive a commemorative crest. Last year, the Walk celebrated a significant milestone as it marked its 50th anniversary. A volunteer committee made up of community members was formed to organize the event, and it is spearheading the Walk again this year. “We’re encouraging everyone to join
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us in this free, non-competitive, highly enjoyable walk that is appropriate for all ages,” said the committee’s Kari Medos. “This year walkers will enjoy the beauty of the Nicomekl Flood Plain, Sendall gardens, and for those wanting to complete the 10k, Brydon Lagoon. It’s a really fun and fabulous family day, a community day, and a great way to celebrate living in Langley.” “This is an event that everyone can get involved in,” said Township community recreation programmer Camilo Molina. “Not only is it a chance to explore a different Langley neighbourhood each year, the Walk is a great way to enjoy some fresh air and exercise. We want to see everyone walking together for a healthier Langley.” A few changes will be seen during this year’s Langley Walk. While participants were encouraged to pre-register in the past, that is not necessary this time. Walkers simply need to come to Douglas Park and sign up between noon and 1:30 p.m. As well, there will be a difference in the commemorate crests awarded. Over HARRY HUNT PHOTO the years, a number of shapes have been used for the collectible patches, but the D.W. Poppy Secondary’s Matt Theodore is tackled by the Delta Burnsview side in senior boys rugby action last SEE: Page 14 week at Poppy. Poppy trounced the visitors 54-10.
Royals sweep Mainland Hockey championships Aldergrove Star
The 2000 Fraser Valley Royals have won the AA division of the Mainland International Hockey Championship in Coquitlam this past weekend. The boys, who include Aldergrove’s Thomas McPhalen, went a perfect 6-0 through the weekend and defeated the Edgy Islanders of Victoria 4-2 to take home the championship. The Royals were down on the scoreboard 2-1, heading into the third period, but got a huge tying goal from Abbotsford’s Jake Enns to even the game at 2-2. Minutes later Mission’s Sean Sidhu got the game winner when he wired home a slap shot to put the Royals up 3-2. Jake Enns sealed the Victory with his second goal of the game for a 4-2 win. The 2000 Royals’ top three point getters were Abbotsford’s Brett Bass with nine goals, three assists, Mission’s Hayden Vetteral’s five goals, five assists, and Maple Ridge’s Jacob Mainhout’s four goals, three assists. The Royals’ roster is coached by Troy Stordy, Scott Penman, Jeff Penman and Ken McPhalen. Royals’ players are made up of Abbotsford’s Brett Bass, Jake Enns, Mike Penman, Jaxon Orth, Chilliwack’s Sean McCracken, Braydon
Blakeway, Tyrell Goulet, Timina Kehler, Maple Ridges’ Cam Plamondon, Matteo Petrelli, Jakob Mainhout, Mission’s Hayden Vetterl, Jordan Shaw, Kailem Aitken, Sean Sidhu, Connar Jollymore, Surrey’s Kenny Blackman and Aldergrove’s Thomas McPhalen. The 2000 Fraser Valley Royals Black, coached by Colin Rissanen, came home with a silver medal after losing a close game to the Vancouver Spartans in B.C. Cup Final at the Mainland Tournament. The 1999 Fraser Valley Royals were the Top AA program in the Mainland, finishing fourth behind three top AAA programs (West Coast Warriors, Vancouver Venom and B.C. Outlaws) in the 1999 AAA/AA division. They had solid victories over the Abbotsford AAA Junior Heat, Vancouver Island Monarchs and only suffered losses to the West Coast Warriors. The Fraser Valley Royals team is comprised of kids from Aldergrove, Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Mission and Maple Ridge, Langley and Surrey. They are a non-profit development program that strives for excellence. The Fraser Valley Royals are hosting the 2000 AA Royal Cup April 26-28 at Chilliwack Prospera Place. For information see www.fraservalleyroyals.com
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Recreation, Culture, and Parks
Wednesday, May 1 Skate Jam Skate Park at WGC 3:00 - 5:30pm | Free Drop-in
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Saturday, May 4 Scriptum Vox - Youth Poetry Slam
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2013 Walk marks a return of the traditional round crest of the past. Participants – who are encouraged to bring their own refillable water bottles – will also receive a free snack, activities, and entertainment, and the chance to win trophies and prizes. Awards will be presented to the oldest walker, the most creatively dressed walker, and the elementary school, secondary/ middle school, organization, and family with the most walkers. As well, all walkers are eligible to win draw prizes. Those who participate will also receive a personal reward – the gift of healthy living. “Along with eating well and not smoking, being physically active is one of the most important things people of all ages can do for their
Walkers get ready! Langley Walk Committee members (from left) Kirsten Charlesworth, Kari Medos, and City of Langley Recreation Supervisor Tera Edell display the commemorative crests that will be given to those who participate in the 51st annual event. health,” said Fraser Health commu- be enjoyed alone or with others. nity health specialist and Langley Walking is good for the body, mind, Walk committee member Shefali and the community too!” Raja. “One of the easiest ways to For more information call 604get physically active is by walk- 533-6068 or 604-514-2940 or visit ing; it is free, low-impact, and can city.langley.bc.ca or tol.ca/events.
Township Page For the week of April 25, 2013
Thursday, May 2 | 7 - 9pm Community Participation, Infrastructure, and Environment Advisory Committee Civic Facility, Salmon River Committee Room Monday, May 6 | 7 - 11pm Public Hearing Meeting Civic Facility, Fraser River Presentation Theatre Township of Langley Civic Facility 20338 - 65 Avenue, Langley V2Y 3J1 604.534.3211 | tol.ca
langley events centre Coming Events Langley Junior Thunder Lacrosse Thu May 9 8:00pm vs. Port Coquitlam Saints Regular season home opener! The Langley Events Centre is located at 7888 - 200 Street For ticket information, contact Langley Events Centre 604.882.8800 • langleyeventscentre.com
public programs and events #asktol Twitter Chat Are you in the Twitterverse? Do you have something to say about our community? If so, Langley Township’s Mayor and members of Council would like to hear from you! Mayor Jack Froese and Township Council are committed to representing the community and addressing your issues, and want to know what the public thinks. This is an opportunity to have direct one-on-one contact with your Mayor and Council to express your opinions. Township Council will host a Twitter Forum on: • Tuesday, May 7, 4 - 4:30pm • Participants can tweet @MayorFroese or other members of Council, using hashtag #asktol. Mayor’s Office 604.533.6000
public programs and events Community Arbour Day Join the 11th annual celebration that highlights the importance of trees and the urban forest. An annual Langley Township tradition, Arbour Day is held each year at a different location to showcase the many ways trees contribute to the environment and the wellbeing of the community. This year the event will be held: Date: Time: Place: Location:
disposition of lands Notice of Proposed Disposition of Township Lands
Sunday, April 28 1 - 3pm Old Yale Park/Murrayville Community Garden Old Yale Road and 224 Street
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Community Arbour Day will feature interactive environmental displays, demonstrations, and advice on pruning, soil analysis, and tree and plant lay-out. Trees will also be planted by Township of Langley Council to commemorate members of the community, and visitors can make a positive contribution to our environment by planting tree saplings.
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public notice Water Main Flushing As part of our maintenance program, the municipal Water Department will be flushing water mains on the dates shown below. As a result of this flushing, you may notice changes in water pressure and there may be some discolouration or sediment in the water. This is a temporary condition and is not a health hazard. To avoid inconvenience, please check the water before doing laundry and you may wish to keep water in the refrigerator for drinking and cooking. North Willoughby (Yorkson) and Northwest Langley: EXTENDED to May 17, 2013 Aldergrove, Gloucester, and Salmon River Uplands: EXTENDED TO May 17, 2013 Murrayville: April 12 – May 17 Willoughby: April 19 – May 31 Fort Langley, Forest Knolls, and Milner: April 26 – May 24 Willowbrook: May 17 – May 31 Tall Timbers and Acadia: May 24 – May 31 Engineering Division 604.532.7300
Notice is hereby given of the intention of the Council of the Corporation of the Township of Langley, pursuant to Sections 26 and 94 of the Community Charter S.B.C. 2003, c. 26, to sell Township owned land, the particulars of which are as follows: Legal Description: 0.20 acre portion of Lot 8 Sec 6 Tp 11 NWD Plan LMP38288 PID:
0.20 acre portion of 22170 - 50 Avenue
Property Description: This land is a redundant portion of the Murrayville Firehall lands. The land is being sold to the neighbouring property owner, Woodberg Developments Ltd., for consolidation with their adjacent lands at 22196 - 50 Avenue and then rezoned for further development. Sale Price:
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Nature of Disposition: Fee Simple Scott Thompson, Manager Property Management Department 604.533.6138
public notice Can you volunteer for the Township? Gain a greater sense of pride, belonging, and community spirit by volunteering. Visit tol.ca/volunteer for information. Recreation, Culture, and Parks 604.533.6086
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In photo above, Aldergrove Dodgers’ Dawson Jeske slides safely into second base in peewee A baseball action versus Chilliwack, Tuesday, April 16 at Aldergrove Athletic Park. Aldergrove won this game. Below, Aldergrove Dodgers’ Travis Thiessen slides into base in bantam AA baseball action versus Ridge Meadows Royals, Tuesday, April 16 at Aldergrove Athletic Park. HARRY HUNT PHOTOS
All Things Horse Day at BC Farm Museum Aldergrove Star
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the Langley Horse & Farm Federation and the Langley Arts Council to focus on the importance of the horse in our lives today and in the past. Horses opened up the country by providing power and transportation and today they provide us with recreation and entertainment. Several Langley Arts Council members will be in attendance with their “Horsing Around Langley” painted colt and this is a chance to meet and watch some of the local artists at work. Watch a professional farrier make horse shoes from a steel bar. See a team of large draft (work) horses and miniature horses on site. Learn all about horse harnesses and other tack. Watch a Backcountry Horseman pack a load for the trail. Learn all about the Pony Comes to School program. See a wide range of horse drawn vehicles. The BC Farm Museum will be open for viewing of more than 5,000 artifacts. The Langley Horse and Farm Federation promotes an interest in horses at the grassroots level and is pleased to sponsor free admission for children and youth under the age of 18. Adults are encouraged to make a small donation to help support this nonprofit, volunteer run facility.
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Judy went to be with Jesus, April 16, 2013 at the age of 72 years. She is survived by her 6 siblings: Abe (Lena), Helena Friesen, Diet (Nettie), David (Bonnie), Anne (Ron) Epp and Johnny (Linda); many nieces and nephews, other family members and dear friends. Judy was predeceased by her siblings Jake, Kathy and Betty. A Celebration of her life was held Tuesday, April 23rd at Clearbrook MB Church. In lieu of flowers donations to MCC or BC Children’s Hospital would be appreciated. Online condolences to the family may be made to: www.wiebeandjeskefh.com
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Frederick Arthur Gledhill Fred Gledhill of Abbotsford, B.C. passed away peacefully with family by his side, on Saturday, April 6, 2013 at the age of 87 in Abbotsford Regional Hospital. He is lovingly remembered by his wife Betty, his children Fred/Janice, Lydia/Claire, Deb/Gordon, Irene/Roma, Lorraine/Brad, Georgia/David, Rhoda/Arnold, stepchildren Frank/Paula, Frances, Patty/Robert, 18 grandchildren, 13 great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. He also leaves behind sister Rhoda Duncan and brother Bob/Ruby Gledhill. From a pioneering family, Fred was a lifelong dairy farmer, and volunteer firefighter with the Aberdeen Fire Hall #3 for 33 years. He enjoyed the games of keno and will be missed by his Langley friends. Fred will be remembered for his community involvement, his story telling and breaking into song for the grandchildren. A memorial service and tea will be held on Saturday, April 27, 2013 at 11:00 am at the Ross Road Community Church located at 3160 Ross Road, Abbotsford. A special thank you to Dr. Alan Moore, Dr. McLean, Dr. Botha, Dr. Neville and resident, and the dedicated nurses in Trauma, ICU and on Baker 2. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation.
MILLER, Rudolph “Rudy,” born March 26, 1945 passed away at the age of 68, after a brief but brave struggle with cancer at Langley, B.C. on Wednesday, April 17, 2013. Predeceased by his parents, Robert and Selma; his sister Angie and brothers, Matt and Albert, Rudy is survived by Brenda, his loving wife of 48 years; his children, Terry, Carmen (Fred) and Gordie. He leaves, also, his grandchildren, Kayla, Chelsea, Keelee and Hainee; his remaining siblings, Ben, Appy, Alec, Lloyd and Lorraine (Leo), as well as his extended family and dear friends. Rudy was a fabricator by trade, but a man of many talents, who spent most of his spare time creating things and helping others. He was a kind hearted man who never judged others and had a smile that was contagious. His generosity and kindness touched many people and he will be missed dearly. For those desiring, donations made in Rudy’s memory to the Langley Hospice Society would be most appreciated. A Celebration of Rudy’s Life will be held at the Royal Canadian Legion in Aldergrove, on Saturday, May 4th, from Noon to 4:00 pm.
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ALDERGROVE. 3 bdrm, 1.5 bths. N/P. $1050mo. May 1. Drive by 26959-30th Ave. Ph: 604-617-9373 ALDERGROVE lge 4bdrm house on acreage, full bath, 3 appl., close to shops. Pet neg. Refâ€™s reqâ€™d. Avail Now!. $1300. (604)866-1083
LANGLEY Bright lrg 2 bdrm grnd lvl $800/mo incl hydro. Ns/np. Avl now. Bus service for schl. 604-807-9825
5 ACRES ON THE LAKE 26660 60th Avenue
1.1 ACRES WITH 2 SHOPS 23154 70A Avenue
Beautiful 3 level 4 bedroom home on private 5 acres in Langley Township. This property has it all including a 40 x 50 shop complete with guest accommodation. The property is serviced with City water and is situated in an ideal location with all the privacy you could ask for, yet minutes to town with great access to Hwy. 1. Priced at $1,620,000.
3 Bedroom rancher on 1.1 acre situated at the end a cul-de-sac in area of executive homes. The 20 x 80 shop makes this an ideal property for the car buďŹ€ or a place to run your home business. The comfortable rancher features a large open kitchen & eating area . The property is nicely landscaped with a huge deck and a meandering creek on the side. Priced to sell at $559,000.
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Beautiful Executive custom built rancher located in a great neighbourhood! Youâ€™ll be impressed as you drive up! Great curb appeal! 7721 sq ft manicured lot. Exposed aggregrate driveway, covered entrance, large foyer with vauted ceilings, hardwood floors, radiant heat, open concept living space. Attention to detail throughout. Donâ€™t miss out on the gorgeous home. Call Anne Stromsten 604-308-7365
ALDERGROVE 2 bdrm hse liv din kitch bath 4 appls $900/mo + utils. N/S. Refs. 604-339-2408
27291 29th Ave
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PUG AVAILABLE for stud service. He is a rare silver male, purebred but not registered. ALSO GOLDEN RETRIEVER (not reg.) available for stud (OFA hips and cert eyes). Mission 604-820-4827
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FULLY renovated 2 bdrm, 2 bath condo in South Surrey. Over $60k in renoâ€™s inc/ top quality appliances. MLS#F1305947. 203-15140 29A Ave Surrey BC. Open House April 20-21 2pm-4pm. Contact email@example.com or 604-916-0964
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ANTIQUE TRACTOR 1961 FORDSON SUPER MAJOR TRACTOR... 90% Restored. Spent $10,000 on engine - Also an extra one for parts or restoration as well. Asking $10,000 for both. 604-534-8051 or 604-807-9210.
551 P/B blues. Ready to go. 1st shots & tails/dew claws done. ULTIMATE FAMILY GUARDIAN $1000 604-308-5665
Recycled Earth Friendly HOT TUBS ARE NO PROBLEM!
*NEW QUEEN MATTRESS SET* Pillow Top in Plastic. Mfr. Warranty Must Sell! $200 ~ 604-484-0379
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MERCHANDISE FOR SALE
New SRI *1152 sq/ft Double wide $77,900. *14x70 Full gyproc single wide - loaded $69,900. Repossessed mobile, manufactured & modulars. Chuck 604-830-1960. Glenbrookhomes.net
Specializing in Residential & Small Acerage Properties
THURSDAY, April 25, 2013 | The Aldergrove Star | 19
I LIVE in Aldergrove. I SELL in Aldergrove.
Call the Aldergrove specialist... Ready to move, when you are.
danflokstra.com Make your Dream a Reality. Call Dan today 604-857-1100! $779,900
4200 LEFEUVRE ROAD
2979 - 270B STREET
5 ACRES WITH SHOP
Have a look here 3 bedroom rancher with ensuite, hot water heat and is wheelchair friendly very clean and neat on a large lot with a separate 22 X 24 shop. Lots of paved yard and covered patio on a no through street close to schools with a very private back yard. Call to view this great place.
#20 - 27272 - 32ND AVENUE
SOUTH LANGLEY PRIVACY
1/4 ACRE WITH SHOP
Check out this 5 acre property with a 40 x 44 shop and very clean 2 bedroom mobile home in a great location. Everything is spotless and ready for you to either farm it or build on it. Take a look here and make your offer and your dreams can come true… close to everything.
Dan Flokstra $460,000
2722 - 273 STREET
WELCOME FAMILY & FRIENDS OVER.
1395 - 242ND STREET
Very well kept and mostly updated 1400 sq ft on the main floor with a finished bsmt on a private 5 fully fenced acres located on a no through street. Also has huge shop for the car enthusiast and Circular driveway for the trucker in the family, home has new well, newer septic, newer roof new bathrooms new interior doors you get the picture, close to everything
#34 - 27456 - 32ND AVENUE
CEDAR PARK TOWNHOME
Over 45 years young here, 3 levels, 3 bedrooms, stainless appliances and a great Mount Baker view. Loads of storage and quick possession possible. Almost 2,000 sq. ft and private yard.
3373 - 273RD STREET
Have it all this time you move want a home with everything in it and then some? This is the one, as you will never build this home for this price today it is better than new. It has everything and then some 9 foot ceilings hardwood floors 4 bathrooms a fantastic master suite and huge walk in closet with ensuite that you can only dream of. 4 bedrooms up stairs and open great room concept, granite throughout the home crown mouldings and so much more and the quality is to be unsurpassed so take a look in pride of ownership here and make this a must see. P.S
you will love the media room, all high end everything and all
for sale for you today at below cost.
The great location (backs onto school yard) great view of mountains, all from you oak country kitchen with large eating area, 3 bedrooms up plus ensuite and fully finished bsmt. The enclosed garage could be a 1 bedroom suite you gotta see this one. p.s. has a large back yard and is at the end of the cul-de-sac.
23150 FRASER HIGHWAY
3/4 ACRE LOT OUT OF ALR
Possibilities here to look at on this busy Fraser Hwy location sewer available home needs work or rezone or home based business anyone. Check this one out.
ANY SIZE ANY PRICE ANY CONDITION Call
3175-268 STREET $ 410,000 1/4 ACRE LOT
Close to everything large lot, room for a shop, mortgage helper already in 4 bedrooms for main floor and two more downstairs. Lots of parking and room to move around both in the yard and house so have look here. New furnace and hot water tank newer roof.
Very nice and clean 3 bedroom townhome in Cedar Park very competitively priced for this location. All you have to do is move in new windows new doors in this complex and new roof is paid for. Close to playground and extra parking make a call and see this today.
#92 - 27044 - 32ND AVENUE
FIRST TIME BUYERS ALERT
Have a look here, very private back patio. Lovely wood fireplace, very neat and clean. This unit qualifies for all the first time home buyers perks. So call today and Let’s make a move happen.
26641 FRASER HWY, ALDERGROVE • 604-857-1100 firstname.lastname@example.org
Dan Flokstra 604-857-1100 RE/MAX ALDERGROVE www.fraservalleyrealestate.net
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