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— As of early this week, the council didn’t plan to meet this coming Tuesday. That means the next regularly scheduled meeting will be March 5.


— The commission is scheduled to meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday at city hall, 380 A Ave. The agenda includes discussion of the city’s ongoing comprehensive plan update.


— The Lake Oswego Natural Resources Advisory Board voted Feb. 13 to designate two new city Heritage Trees. One is a Douglas fir at 208 Durham St. and the other is an Oregon white oak near the Jean Road Fire Station on Bryant Road. The city will celebrate the newly christened Heritage Trees during Arbor Week in April.


— Voting is now open in the annual poster contest for the Lake Oswego Farmers’ Market. Community members can weigh in on their favorite locally designed poster promoting the seasonal event. Winners will be chosen in two categories: adult and youth. The posters can be seen at the West End Building.


— Cameras have been installed to monitor the first floor of city hall and are incorporated in the police surveillance system, according to the city.


— Residents can learn about overcoming a tragic and unexpected family emergency during a presentation called “My Brain Has a Hole In It” from 6 to 7 p.m. today at city hall, 380 A Ave. Local residents Gordon and Jill Viggiano will share their personal experiences and lessons learned. Questions to be discussed include: Do you and your spouse or partner have a practical plan? Do you have disability insurance, and if so, do you understand it?