BUS WRAP CONTEST — The Lake Oswego Adult Community Center is going for an image changer with its new Bus Wrap Contest. “We want to communicate what we’re about with a friendly, outgoing, cheerful-looking bus,” ACC manager Ann Adrian said. “That will be better for our environment than a standard white bus. We think we can represent ourselves in a better way.” The contest is open to all ages, from newborn infants to the oldest person in town. The prize is $100 in tuition money for classes at the ACC. For rules, regulations and entry forms, go to

TOUR LAKE OSWEGO’S INDUSTRIAL PAST — The first of four walking tours of Lake Oswego’s industrial past will be led by Susanna Campbell Kuo on June 28 from 8:30-10:30 a.m. Kuo, a member of the Lake Oswego Preservation Society’s advisory board, has collaborated on two books on Lake Oswego history, curated several exhibits of local history and has written more than 30 interpretive signs for historic sites in Lake Oswego. This tour is offered by the preservation society in partnership with the City of Lake Oswego Parks & Recreation Department. The charge is $10 for residents and $15 for non-residents. Register by calling Parks & Recreation at 503 675-2549 or online at under sites.

PLANNING COMMISSION — The Lake Oswego Planning Commission will meet 6:30 p.m. Monday at City Hall, 380 A Ave. The agenda includes a review of draft code amendments for clear and objective housing standards.

TRAFFIC CONTROL PLANS REVIEWED — The city said its traffic engineering staff is in the process of considering more than 40 requests for traffic control plans related to city projects, private developments and projects related to private utility companies. Traffic delays will continue into the early fall.

CITY TO AWARD FIVE CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS — Lake Oswego’s engineering department is advertising for construction bids on the Ash Street culvert replacement, Westlake repaving, miscellaneous pavement preservation and patching projects, the Cervantes water line replacement and the Lake Bay Court sewer line replacement. The city expects to award these contracts by July 29.

LIBRARY WEBSITE FOR TEENS — The Lake Oswego Library has launched a website for user-submitted young adult book reviews:

CONSTRUCTION ON IRON MOUNTAIN BOULEVARD — Due to pipeline construction, Iron Mountain Boulevard will be closed between Pine Valley Road and Summit Drive through July. Closures are in effect Monday through Friday, from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Residents and members of the country club can be flagged through only at the Pine Valley side of the closure.

IRON MOUNTAIN RESTORATION PLAN — A complete plan for the long-range restoration of the plant life at Iron Mountain Park has been completed, with input from the city and Friends of Iron Mountain Park. The plan can be viewed at

CLICK IT OR TICKET — The national seat belt safety enforcement campaign began May 19, with Oregon State Police and local law enforcement agencies amping up efforts to increase compliance. Although a survey from June 2013 found that 98 percent of Oregon drivers and passengers were using safety belts, a troubling 61 of 198 occupant fatalities in 2012 were caused because of a failure to use safety restraints.

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