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Be aware of closures, fireworks rules

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The following offices and services will be affected by Wednesday’s Fourth of July holiday:

•All city and rural garbage pickup will be a day late for the rest of the week following the holiday.

•City, county, state and federal offices will be closed.

•Post offices will be closed.

•State liquor stores will be closed.

•Banks will be closed.

•Golf courses and public pools will be open.

Fireworks banned: Spokane, Cheney, Liberty Lake, Millwood, Spokane Valley, unincorporated areas of Spokane County.

Fireworks are allowed (with restrictions): Airway Heights, Deer Park, Fairfield, Latah, Medical Lake, Rockford, Spangle and Waverly.

Fines: In Spokane, $513. Within Spokane County, up to $1,000. It is unlawful in Washington to use fireworks in a reckless manner that creates a substantial risk of death or serious physical injury or a risk of damage to property.

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