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Gudman endorses Kasich for president

GUDMANLake Oswego City Councilor Jeff Gudman, who is seeking the Republican nomination for state treasurer in the May 17 primary, announced Friday that he is endorsing John Kasich for president.

Gudman said he based his support on Kasich’s “moderate approach and solid track record as governor (of Ohio)”and said “he is our best shot at winning the oval office in November.”

“Governor Kasich has brought balance to a diverse state going through a challenging economic transition. He streamlined government to create jobs and economic prosperity, and made difficult decisions that demonstrate his strong and incorruptible character,” Gudman said. “That’s the kind of governance that is good for Oregon and the entire country.”

KASICHGudman said he will attend a Kasich town hall this afternoon in Portland to lend his support. The gathering is scheduled from 2:30-4 p.m. at Castaway Portland, 1900 N.W. 18th Ave.

“With a brokered convention being a real possibility, Oregon will finally have a say in who we elect president,” Gudman said. “Governor Kasich wins over Hillary Clinton in nearly every poll. No other candidate running for president does. As the presumptive Republican nominee for state treasurer, I want a strong candidate at the top of the ticket who can create enthusiasm in the electorate as they cast votes for governor, secretary of state and myself.”

City plans drug take-back event

Lake Oswego residents can get rid of their unwanted or expired prescription medicines Saturday at a drug take-back event sponsored by the City.

This one-day-only event is scheduled for 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on April 30 at the Lake Oswego Adult Community Center, 505 G Ave. Unwanted prescription medicines will be collected from individual households only; medications cannot be accepted from businesses such as nursing homes or doctor’s offices.

Pills and tablets should be placed into zip-sealed bags; plastic prescription containers will not be accepted. Bottles of liquid medication should also be placed in sealable plastic bags. No sharps/syringes/EpiPens, over-the-counter medicines or supplements such as vitamins will be collected; for information on disposal of these items, call Metro Recycling at 503-234-3000.

For more disposal options, visit www.lakeoswego.city/police/drug-medicine-disposal. For more information about the April 30 take-back event, contact Bonnie Hirshberger at 503-675-3992 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Tickets on sale for Historic Homes Tour

Tickets are now on sale for the Oswego Heritage Council’s Historic Homes Tour, which is scheduled from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. on May 14.

This year’s tour will feature four private homes that were built in Lake Oswego between 1922 and 1965, public facilities at Luscher Farm and the Belluschi Pavilion at Marylhurst University. Only 300 tickets for the tour will be sold.

Tickets are $25 for OHC members and $30 for non-members; they can be purchased online at www.oswegoheritage.org/historic-home-tour-1 or by visiting the Oswego Heritage House, which is located at 398 10th St. in Lake Oswego.

— The Review