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There's no need to rally the troops
Editor: It appears Susan Morris (The Times, Oct. 17) has a bee in her bonnet about Fort Langley and what is happening there. Councillor David Davis has a sign on property owned by the Davis clan which states “we support heritage guidelines, do you?”
Where on earth does it say “in Fort Langley?” She jumped, on her own, to the conclusion that he must mean Fort Langley. So he and his family (the sign does say we) support heritage guidelines for the Township. So what?
Davis and his extended family members all live on this land. Morris should also know that this family has been in Langley for generations and will continue to farm here long after we are gone, if there is still land left to farm.
As to the comment about the “odd” Hands on Heritage yellow hand print, she should know that there are well over 1,000 of them so far, and counting. These are from people who care about heritage and history.
I don’t think Davis needs to rally the troops. The troops may well ask him to be their leader.
And finally, I used to live up the hill from the Davis farm and enjoyed reading his signs which changed weekly. There were some very funny ones, and some that made you think. This one sure makes you think.