CLEAN-UP RESULTS More than 300 people participated in the citys June 8 clean-up event, which collected more than 10 tons of unwanted materials.
WATER QUALITY The citys annual water quality report was recently mailed to residents. The report shows the city meets state and federal regulations for safe drinking water. For details, visit www.ci.oswego.or.us/publicworks/water-reports.
WATER CONSERVATION The city will offer a free class for water utility customers to learn about controlling water costs. The class will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. July 18 at city hall, 380 A Ave., and will cover using water meters, understanding water bills, using the citys weather stations to manage outdoor watering and irrigation tips and techniques.
For more information and to register, contact Kevin McCaleb at 503-675-3747 or visit bit.ly/1dbkpFY.
COUNCIL The city council is scheduled to meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday. The meeting is tentatively set to begin with a Lake Oswego Redevelopment Agency discussion of a development agreement for downtowns Block 137, also known as the Wizer property.
The council meeting agenda includes the award of a pavement preservation project contract and of a water treatment plant construction contract, approval of two street-widening requests and a resolution to authorize the issuance of bonds to pay for water projects. In addition, a study session is planned to discuss a sensitive lands work plan. The meeting will take place at city hall, 380 A Ave.Add a comment