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1/23/2013 7:50:41 AM

LLSWD launches new billing cycle and payment method
A new bill cycle and new payment methods will be introduced in March to customers of the Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District.

Where LLSWD has typically billed in advance for the upcoming three months of service, it plans instead to transition billing to cover three months of services already rendered.

The district also plans to add credit and debit card payment options for customers, available online only at www.libertylake.org. Customers will also be able to view 18 months of payment history online.

For more information about the changes, contact Tricia Poitevint or Kathy Millick at 922-5443.

Wolf named to Dean's List
Margaret Wolf of Liberty Lake was recently honored for making the fall semester 2012 Dean's List at Westminster College in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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