SR-237 is a recording of an interview with Jeremy Smith, conducted by Warren Sommer.
Track 1 - Introduces the interview. Discusses Jeremy's move to Fort Langley and his early memories of the community. Mention of the people living there, farm types and subdeveloping property.
Track 2 - Discussion of the housing types of Fort Langley in the. Mention of house foundations and slab rancers of the 1970s.
Track 3 - Discussion of the right winged political views of the people of Fort Langley.
Track 4 - Discussion of Jeremy's impression of the rough reputation of Fort Langley. Mention of it being a blue collar town.
Track 5 - Discussion of Jeremy's impression of the gentrifying of Fort Langley. Mention of the housing diversity.
Track 6 - Discussion of Jeremy's memory of the 1970's real estate market in Fort Langley.
Track 7 - Discussion of Jeremy's memory of the development of Brookswood. Mention of Massey Estates.
Track 8 - Discussion of Jeremy's memory of the ALR (agriculture land reserve) in Langley.
Track 9 - Discussion of Jeremy's memory of the development of Langley Meadows. Mention of it's development and real estate market.
Track 10 - Discussion of Jeremy's impression of the division of the Langley communities. Mention of Brookswoodm, Murrayville, Aldergrove, Fort Langley, and Walnut Grove. Discussion of the development of Walnut Grove.
Track 11 - Discussion of Jeremy's impression of the real estate market of Langley.
Track 12 - Further discussion of the development of Walnut Grove. Mention of the multiple building phases, and explanation of the late comers agreement with Genstar.
Track 13 - Discussion of Jeremy's perspective on the controversy of Willoughby. Discussion of the lack of services available at Willoughby and the parking problems.