Letters to the Editor

Get real!

Editor:

Hold on a second! Water usage is 530 litres per person, per day, on average, according to Langley Township figures? I defy anyone to substantiate that figure. In our household that would be 386,900 litres a year, or for the older folks in the Township, it is about 102,000 gallons.

This type of incorrect statement coming from the Township is just another incident in the abominable public relations emanating from the offices and departments.

Come on, folks, get real.

Terry Brenan, Aldergrove

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