July 21, 2014
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Expect traffic detours during Valley Girl Triathlon
Residents should be prepared for traffic detours and road closures during the annual Valley Girl July 13 in Liberty Lake.

Molter Road from Mission to Inlet Drive will be closed to vehicular traffic from 7:30 to 10:30 a.m. for cyclists. Those traveling to the golf courses should follow signs for the Valleyway detour. Those accessing the Mormon Church are asked to use Mission to Malvern or Country Vista to Boone Ave. 

For more, go to www.valleygirltri.com

Ehlers named principal at Greenacres Elementary
The Central Valley School Board of Directors recently approved the selection of Lindsay Ehlers as principal of Greenacres Elementary School.

Ehlers, a Liberty Lake resident who joined the district as an elementary educator in 2001, has been the assistant principal of Greenacres Elementary since 2011. She is a National Board Certified Teacher and has served on a wide variety of district committees including the Teacher Principal Evaluation Project.

For more on new administrators selected to lead CV schools, go to www.cvsd.org

Position open on city Planning Commission
The city of Liberty Lake is currently accepting applications to serve on the city's Planning Commission. The group meets the second Wednesday of each month and serves as an advisory body to the City Council on the overall coordination of land use in the city. 

Applications, which are being accepted until July 3, can be found at www.libertylakewa.gov

Renew boat decals
The Washington state Department of Licensing reminds boat owners to renew 2014 boat decals before they get out on the water. All state registrations expired on June 30.

Boat registrations can be renewed online at the DOL website or in person at a neighborhood vehicle licensing office. Those who choose to renew at an office should make sure to note the registration number on the bow of the boat or watercraft and take that information to the office. 

For more, visit www.dol.wa.gov

Water report available
The Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District's 2013 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report is being distributed electronically this year, but customers wanting a hard copy may obtain one.  

LLSWD Lake Protection Manager Jeremy Jenkins said customers may obtain a physical copy by calling 922-5443; picking one up at the district office, Liberty Lake City Hall or the Liberty Lake Municipal Library; or printing one from the internet at www.libertylake.org/ccr/ccr2013.pdf.

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