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week in review

Fairfield City Council – Council members voted to select Century West Engineering as the town’s primary engineering firm for 2010 and TD&H Engineering as the secondary engineering firm. They also voted to select The Exchange as the town’s new official newspaper and picked Derek Knecht to maintain the Fairfield Cemetery lawn. Plans for a large Flag Day celebration are under way and there is interest in having an archery competition and a Civil War re-enactment group participate. Work is continuing on the inflow and infiltration project with the town’s sewer lines. Vandalism is continuing in the City Park and the council is considering installing security cameras. (Source: Town clerk Cheryl Loeffler)

Rockford City Council – Council members voted to award the contract for sidewalk construction on Emma and First Streets to Bacon Concrete. Construction is expected to begin in mid-April and end in June. A dance will be held May 1 to raise money for the Southeast Spokane County Fair. (Source: Town clerk Darlene LaShaw)