#LOATWORK: The city of Lake Oswego is featuring a new social media campaign to showcase city employees doing their jobs. Photos are featured as part of an ongoing series that can be found on Facebook at and on Twitter at

TEENS PITCH IN: The city reported that the eight-week, 115-student-strong Teen Service Corps camp wrapped up last week, with participants clocking in 1,380 hours of volunteer time to benefit local parks, businesses and nonprofits.

NEW PERMITS ISSUED: The city issued two new single-family residential structural permits for construction last week: one on Fourth Street, one on Bickner Street. The city also issued two demolition permits, on Fourth Street and on Bayberry Road.

CONSTRUCTION CONTINUES ON B AVENUE: The Lake Oswego-Tigard Partnership has begun construction on two separate water projects along B Avenue, starting with a stormwater system upgrade. This phase is slated to take three to four months, and construction work will happen on weekdays between 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., in compliance with city-approved construction hours.

During construction, only one block and one intersection of B Avenue will be closed to vehicle traffic and street parking at a time. Pedestrian access and access to businesses will be maintained, and traffic detours will be in place.

A second project, installation of a new pipeline under B Avenue between State Street and 9th Street, will begin early 2015 and is expected to take up to three weeks per block. Both projects are expected to be completed by spring 2015. For more info, go here.

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