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Week in review

Valley Fire – Commissioners opened bids for a new rescue-pumper. One bid that was submitted on time but received late will be opened in a special meeting at 4 p.m. April 13 at Station 8. Commissioners interviewed two candidates for an opening on the civil service commission. After an executive session the commissioners voted to appoint Michael Creighton. He will be sworn in during the April 13 meeting.

Fairfield City Council – Four volunteers recently dismantled the old furnace in the Fairfield Community Center. The council approved a liquor license request for Bulldog’s Country Store. A Flag Day Web site has been set up at www.fairfieldflagday.com. A new clothing bank will be starting up in the Seventh-day Adventist Fellowship Hall.

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