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Week in review

Fairfield City Council – Bids were opened for the sewer improvement project and the low bidder was Piersol Construction at $55,949. The project will begin in two or three weeks and is expected to last about 10 days. The town will apply for a grant from the Inland Northwest Community Foundation to pay for additional exit doors at the Community Center. Landscaping at the Community Center is nearly complete. Vandalism problems are continuing in Thiel Park and residents spotting suspicious activity are urged to call Crime Check at (509) 456-2233. (Source: Town clerk Cheryl Loeffler)

Rockford City Council – The council passed on ordinance to amend the 2009 budget. A company has volunteered to donate a backstop for the town’s ballfield. The Emma Street construction project will begin after Labor Day. (Source: Town clerk)

Liberty Lake SCOPE – Volunteers are gearing up for security patrols at the Spokane County Fair and getting ready for their twice-daily patrol of the school zone in front of the elementary school when school starts on Tuesday. A radio training session was also held. (Source: President Tom Lundstrom)

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