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October 2013 Hello LOOctober 2013THE OFFICIAL NEWSLETTER OF THE CITY OF LAKE OSWEGOHello 2 Drug Take Back Event Water Line Insurance City Restores Water Service Waste Prevention & Waste-Free Holidays Workshop Community Shred Day Tryon Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant 3 Parks & Recreation Luscher Farm Winter CSA City Library Storytelling Festival 4 Vote for Your Favorite Photo Community Calendar Insert Living 50+ For inFormation about the City and its serviCes, go to www.Ci.oswego.or.us or Call 503-635-0257.Inside O . O L . *****ECRWSS***** POSTAL CUSTOMER Presorted Standard U.S. Postage PAID Permit 124 Lake Oswego, OR See photos on page 4 VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE PHOTOS! The City’s annual Photo Contest was a great success with 322 photographs submitted! After evaluating all eligible entries based on overall quality, creativity and how well the photograph portrayed Lake Oswego, the judges (a panel consisting of city of Lake Oswego staff and a City Councilor) selected finalists for each category. Now it’s your turn to vote for your favorites! Vote online at: https://www.ci.oswego.or.us/publicaffairs/photo- contest-voting Or mail in a ballot: Cut out the ballot on page 4 and mail to: Bonnie Hirshberger City of Lake Oswego 380 A Avenue PO Box 369 Lake Oswego, OR 97034 Voting closes at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, October 15, and all ballots must be received by this time. Category winners will be announced in early November. LOOKING FOR UNSUNG HEROES Do you know someone who has made a positive difference for your neighborhood or the Lake Oswego community? Someone who spends his or her free time volunteering or helping neighbors? If so, take a moment to nominate them for the 2013 Unsung Hero Award. Candidates nominated for selection should not have been paid or otherwise recognized for their efforts. Elected and appointed officials are ineligible, as are City employees. The deadline for submission of nominations is October 31. Awards will be presented at an early December City Council meeting. Unsung Hero applications are available online at www.ci.oswego.or.us/publicaffairs/unsung-heroes, at the Citizen Information Center in City Hall, or by calling 503-635-0257. Continued on page 2 WATER PIPELINE CONSTRUCTION TO BEGIN IN LAKE OSWEGO Construction of a new water pipeline under several Lake Oswego streets begins late October or early November. The new pipeline is part of a greater effort to address Lake Oswego’s aging and undersized drinking water system and to share water with Tigard. System upgrades will provide customers higher quality drinking water year-round and better protect the system from damage during earthquakes. The 3.4-mile section of pipeline will be constructed in portions of 5th Street, Evergreen Road, 10th Street, Chandler Road, Iron Mountain Blvd, Upper Drive to Twin Fir Road, southerly leg of Douglas Circle, Lanewood Street, Lake Grove School driveway and parking lot, Douglas Way, and Quarry Road to the East Waluga Park parking lot. Construction of the pipeline will require trenching in streets and repairing streets afterward with either a full lane or full width repaving. Detours around some street segments will be required, but local access will be allowed. CITY PROPOSES TO REZONE THE WEB The question about what to do with the West End Building has been a lingering issue for the City over the past several years. As part of its 2013 Action Plan, the City Council indicated it would like to make a decision this year on the future of the West End Building. Selling the property would return the property to more active private uses and benefit the City’s budget by both reducing the costs for services currently provided at the West End Building and restoring property tax revenues. The City Council has received various inquiries from potential buyers to redevelop the property with uses that would benefit the community but are not permitted by the current office and residential zoning on the property. In July, the City Council directed staff to initiate a zone change from the existing Office Campus/High Density Residential zone to General Commercial. The General Commercial zone was chosen because it would allow for a broader range of uses, better align the site with the current market, and help with the potential sale of the property. The City is in the process of preparing the zone change application, which is scheduled to be submitted later in October. The Planning Commission and City Council will hold public hearings on the zone change later this fall and early winter. For more information, contact Sidaro Sin, Development Project Manager, at 503-697-7421 or email at ssin@ ci.oswego.or.us. WIZER BLOCK REDEVELOPMENT UPDATE ON PROPOSAL Portland-area developer Evergreen Group LLC has proposed a new mixed-use development for Block 137 in downtown Lake Oswego that would include 27,000 square-feet of quality retail space and approximately 220 high-end residential units. Block 137 is the site of the former Wizer’s Oswego Foods store. In September, the Evergreen Group submitted its Development Review application to begin the formal process for reviewing and approving the proposed project. City Planning Department staff is currently evaluating the application to make sure it contains all the necessary information. Once the application is complete, the Development Review Commission meeting and public hearing will be scheduled, most likely later this fall. For more information about the proposed development, please go to: https://www.ci.oswego. or.us/lora/block-137-development-wizer-block. Block 137 Rendering HUGHES APPOINTED TO CITY COUNCIL At the September 24 City Council meeting, Lauren Hughes was selected to fill the council position vacated by former Councilor Mike Kehoe. Hughes, a 10-year Lake Oswego resident, is an active community volunteer with a background in advertising and marketing and extensive volunteer experience in schools, church, politics and charitable non-profit organizations. Having regularly attended and participated in City Council, Planning Commission, and Comprehensive Plan meetings, Hughes is familiar with a majority of community issues and council goals. Councilor Hughes was sworn in at the September 24 meeting. The term expires on December 31, 2014. 2 Skip O’Neill City Councilor 503-781-7664 (Cell) Lauren Hughes City Councilor 503-734-6925 (Cell) Kent Studebaker Mayor 503-201-2270 (Cell) Jeff Gudman City Councilor 503-780-1524 (Cell) Donna Jordan City Councilor 503-675-1120 (Home) Jon Gustafson City Councilor 503-348-5191 (Cell) Karen Bowerman City Councilor 503-858-5983 (Cell) City Council 503-635-0215 503-697-6594 (fax) City Council e-mail: council@ci.oswego.or.us City Manager Scott Lazenby 503-635-0215 TRYON CREEK WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT 2013 FACILITIES PLAN UPDATE A citizens advisory committee of residents from the cities of Portland and Lake Oswego, and an Oversight Committee of political leaders from both cities, are guiding the update of the Tryon Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant Facilities Plan. The public is invited to attend the next Oversight Committee meeting: Tuesday, October 15, 1 - 3 p.m. Rose Room at Portland City Hall 1221 SW 4th Avenue, Portland For more information, contact Becky Tillson, City of Portland Environmental Services, at 503-823-2827 or Rebecca.Tillson@portlandoregon.gov. In addition, visit www.portlandoregon.gov/bes/TCWTP. WASTE PREVENTION AND WASTE-FREE HOLIDAYS WORKSHOP SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20, FROM 2 TO 4 P.M. AT CITY HALL, 380 A AVENUE You are invited to a unique, engaging, and informative waste prevention workshop sponsored by the Sustainability Advisory Board. During the holidays, from decorations and food to packaging and presents, there are many creative and meaningful ways to reduce waste. Betty Shelley, a waste prevention and recycling educator from Metro, will lead this free event focused on waste reduction with a holiday twist. For more information, visit http://tinyurl.com/ LOWastePrev or contact Susan Millhauser at 503- 635-0291. DEVELOPMENT REVIEW COMMISSION The City is currently accepting applications for two upcoming vacancies on the Development Review Commission (DRC). These positions have a three-year term. Please go to www.ci.oswego.or.us/boc for more information. For an online application, please go to Boards & Commissions Vacancies at www.ci.oswego.or.us/ boc/boards-commissions-vacancies. ONE-DAY-ONLY DRUG TAKE BACK EVENT OCTOBER 26 FROM 10 A.M. TO 2 P.M. To help citizens properly dispose of unwanted or expired prescription medicines, the City is holding a one-day- only drug take-back event. This collection event will take place at the Lake Oswego Adult Community Center, 505 G Avenue, on Saturday, October 26, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Unwanted prescription medicines will be collected from individual households only. Medications cannot be accepted from businesses such as nursing homes, doctor’s offices or any other institution or business. If you have any questions, please contact Bonnie Hirshberger at 503-675- 3992 or bhirshberger@ci.oswego.or.us. All drugs will be collected by the Lake Oswego Police Department and taken to the Covanta Waste-to-Energy Facility in Brooks for safe disposal. Acceptable items for collection are: • Expired or unwanted prescription medicine (pharmaceutical controlled substances) • Unknown tablets and capsules • Veterinary medications Items not accepted: • No thermometers, sharps or medical waste or equipment will be collected. For information on how you can safely dispose of these items, call Metro Recycling at 503-234-3000. • Ordinary hand lotions, deodorants, and products that can be safely disposed of in your regular garbage. • Over-the-counter medicines and first aid ointments • Supplements such as vitamins and protein powders. Please put all pill/tablet medications into a zip-seal bag. We do not want the plastic prescription containers. Empty plastic prescription bottles can’t be recycled curbside, however, they can be recycled at the Lake Oswego Recycling Center, 341 Foothills Road. If you bring in a liquid medication, please put the bottle in a sealable plastic bag to prevent leaks. For more disposal options, visit www. ci.oswego.or.us/police/ drug-medicine-disposal. WATER PIPELINE Continued from page 1 Emery & Sons Construction Inc., a local company from Salem, was selected to construct this portion of the pipeline north of Oswego Lake. If you live along or near the pipeline alignment, you will receive an invitation to a “Meet the Contractor” meeting before construction begins. The meeting will be an opportunity to learn about the project schedule and what to expect during construction. Partnership staff met with all the affected neighborhood associations along the alignment over the past year. They also contacted large property owners (churches, schools, businesses) to better understand operations and needs during construction and to explain impacts. To learn more about the Lake Oswego Tigard Water Partnership or water pipeline construction, please call the project hotline at 503-697-6502, email lotwater@ ci.oswego.or.us, or visit www.lotigardwater.org. COMMUNITY SHRED DAY OCTOBER 12, FROM 10 A.M. TO 1 P.M. (OR UNTIL THE TRUCK IS FULL) Safely and securely dispose of sensitive documents such as bank and credit card statements, old tax forms, and pre-approved credit card offers, at the free Community Shred Event. Stop by the West End Building, 4101 Kruse Way, to dispose of up to three boxes (case-of-paper size) or bags of material per household. Participants are also encouraged to bring canned food for donation to the Oregon Food Bank. For more information, including identity theft prevention tips, waste reduction and recycling resources, and year- round shredding options, go to www.ci.oswego.or.us/sustainability/ secure-document-shredding. Contact Susan Millhauser at 503- 635-0291, or smillhauser@ci.oswego.or.us, for questions. ALERT REGARDING WATER LINE PROTECTION (INSURANCE) PROGRAM A few water customers have contacted the City regarding information about insurance for repairs or replacement to water supply lines. The City is in no way affiliated with the company offering such coverage and has had no involvement. The City does not endorse or have any partnership with any organizations offering this service. Questions regarding the information should be directed to the company listed in the material. This is also a good reminder that the City is responsible for maintenance of the water service line between the street and your water service to the water meter. For questions about this maintenance, please contact Public Works - Operations at 503-635-0280. The property owner is responsible for maintenance of the service water supply line from the water meter to the home and all water pipes and fixtures inside the home. Property owners may want to check with their insurance companies regarding coverage for these lines. SPOTLIGHT CITY RESTORES WATER SERVICE AND REPAIRS ROAD IN RECORD TIME In the early morning hours of August 30, an 8-inch water line broke on Cervantes in the Mountain Park area releasing nearly ½ million gallons of water. City Operations crews were immediately dispatched to find the break, stop the flow of water, repair the pipe and restore water service. Water service was fully restored by 9:30 a.m., however, the large amount of water released caused extensive damage to the roadway downhill from the break location and required additional time to repair. After a few days, when the road dried out and settled, Engineering staff worked with S2 Contractors to peel off the damaged asphalt roadway in order to look at the damage underneath. Based on the assessment, the City decided to temporarily restore the roadway with rock and asphalt to allow access to the adjacent homes and for emergency services. Before and after pictures show the power of the water damage and the restored roadway. This winter, the Engineering Division will be working to design a full pipeline replacement project for Cervantes. In addition to replacing the aging pipes, the project will also include a permanent reconstruction of the severely damaged roadway. If you have any questions about the project, please contact the Engineering Division at 503-635-0270. For more information call: Main Number, 503-636-7628 Reference Desk Number, 503-675-2540 or visit www.ci.oswego.or.us/library 3 y o u r C o m m u n i t y r e s o u r C e F o r i n F o r m a t i o n a n d e n r i C h m e n tCITY LIBRARY d i s C o v e r a C t i v e l i v i n gPARKS & RECREATION West End Building, 4101 Kruse Way For more information, call 503-675-2549 or visit www.lakeoswegoparks.org LUSCHER FARM WINTER CSA Summer isn’t the only time to get tasty vegetables! The winter season Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) shares are available now! Luscher Farm partners with 47th Avenue Farms to provide citizens with an opportunity to reconnect with the land and receive healthy, sustainably-grown vegetables. The Winter CSA harvest starts in the beginning of November through mid-April. Members come to Luscher Farm twice a month to pick up their shares of produce which include 8-10 different vegetables and herbs. Share registration and additional information is available at www.LakeOswegoParks.org or out at the Farm! TEEN LOUNGE Friday Night Field Trip - Fright Town Haunted House Test your nerves and see if you can stomach all three haunted houses at the famous Fright Town beneath the Memorial Coliseum! Dinner and transportation are included. Students must be pre-registered in order to attend. Space is limited, so register early! Ages 11 to 17 are welcome. Before registering your student, please note that the Fright Town Haunted House is rated PG-13. Friday, October 25, 5 to 9 p.m. $34. DOWN ON THE FARM Beginning Birding Learn about the songbirds and birds of prey that help keep the gardens and fields at Luscher Farm free from pests. Wear sturdy shoes. Ages 5 to 12, October 12, Saturday, 1 to 2 p.m. $10. Little Chefs - Fruit and Granola Parfait Bring your preschooler to the Farm for an interactive learning experience. Make a healthy snack together with produce from the garden and develop a life- long love for the culinary arts. Price is per parent and child. Please register in the child’s name. Ages 3 to 8, October 19, Saturday, 9:30 to 10:15 a.m. $19. Kids in the Kitchen - Squash and Apple Soup, Biscuits and Blondie’s! Hands-on fun in the kitchen. Learn important cooking skills while preparing a healthy meal using produce from the Children's Garden. Allow creativity to mesh with culinary techniques for exciting results. Ages 6 to 15, October 19, Saturday, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. $27. ADULT PROGRAMS Juicing For Better Health Fresh fruits and vegetables can boost health and vitality. Join us at Luscher Farm and discover the power of juicing and how to make it part of your daily life. Ages 18+, October 17, Thursday, 6 to 7:30 p.m. $20. What’s Your Retirement Plan Understand Medicare coverage, social security, how to protect assets, plan for future inflation, and manage increased health care costs. Cost includes $25 workbook. Ages 50+, October 3 and October 10, Thursday, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Picture Critiquing Bring in 12 to 15 pictures that you have taken and we’ll show you how they could have been improved. Easily take much better pictures in the future. Master your composition, lighting, and perspective. This class is fun, hands-on, and very informative. October 9, Wednesday, 7 to 9 p.m. $27. City League Adult Basketball Registration information is available at www.lakeoswegosports.com or stop by the Parks & Recreation Department. Registration opens on Wednesday, October 16. The registration and payment deadline is November 6. There will be a mandatory all Team Manager/Adult Supervisor meeting on Wednesday, October 30, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Adult Drop-In Sports! Designed for the fun and fitness of Lake Oswego residents over 18 years of age. Bring I.D. for L.O. resident rate. Offered at local elementary school, volleyball opens in late September, table tennis and basketball open in October. Non-residents may play if availability exists. For specific dates of drop-in programs, visit www.lakeoswegosports.com and click on Open Gym. Programs for adults Friends Celebration features Sally Harmon Tuesday, October 1, Reception - 6 p.m., Music - 7 p.m. The Friends of Lake Oswego Public Library celebrate their 60th year anniversary with a reception and music. Light refreshments will be served. Pianist and recording artist Sally Harmon will perform all-time favorites with Frank Gruner on bass. Personal Historian Brina Bolanz Tuesday, October 8, 7 p.m. Bolanz of Restored Stories will demonstrate safe ways to handle and protect photos and other keepsakes. Wednesday Performing Arts Series – Steve Hale October 9, 1 p.m. Hale is a singer-songwriter who delivers his brand of blue-eyed-soul-Americana. His love for melody is woven deeply into the choral fabric of his songs, making his music rich, sultry glowing and delicious. Third Tuesday Author Series – B.B. Cantwell October 15, 7 p.m. B.B. Cantwell is the pen name for the wife-and- husband writing team of Barbara and Brian Cantwell. Together they have created Murdermobile: A Portland Bookmobile Mystery. Sign up for free classes for adults held at the Library: • Keyboarding & Internet Searching Class • 24/7 Library: Searching Online Resources • Adult Craft: Make a Decorated Box • Beginning Drawing • Introduction to Illustration • Search the Internet! Advanced Google Searching Call 503-675-2540 for dates and times. Programs for Children Children’s Storytimes are special reading adventures tailored for a range of ages. Baby Storytime (birth - 18 months) Tuesdays at 11:45 a.m.; Toddler Storytime (19 months - 3 years old) Wednesdays at 11:45 a.m.; Preschool Storytime (3 - 5 year olds) Tuesdays & Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m. Special Series: Musical Laptime with Anne Clark Thursdays at 10:30 a.m. Families with babies from birth through 18 months are invited to a series of musical laptimes presented by early childhood music specialist Anne Clark. Alexander, Master of Marvels Saturday, October 12, 11 a.m. Award-winning magician, Tim Alexander, makes the impossible take place. Alexander’s show, filled with humor, mystery, and reading motivation, is an unforgettable magical experience. LEGO Events with Blair Archer, local LEGO maven: • LEGO Fantasy Display Saturday, October 19, through Sunday, October 20 • LEGO: Ask an Expert Saturday, October 19, from 11 a.m. to noon • LEGO Craft Workshop (grades 3-6) Monday, October 21, from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Programs for teens Teen Music Night Thursday, October 10, 7 to 8 p.m. The goal of Teen Music Night is to provide high school students in Lake Oswego an opportunity to perform for the public. For more information, contact the Library at 503-697-6580 or loteen@ci.oswego.or.us. Teen Gaming Friday, October 11, 3 to 5 p.m. Gamers in grades 6-12 are invited to test their skills playing video games. Games to be determined. Register at 503-697-6583. Teen Writers Group Monday, October 21, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Teen writers in grades 8-12 are invited to develop their skills at the Library's Teen Writers Group facilitated by Tiah Lindner, a writer, editor, teacher, and practicing poet. Getting Admitted: Twenty Tips on How to Stand Out from the Competition Wednesday, October 16, 3 p.m. Workshop presented by college counselor, Tim Cantrick, introduces strategies for positive notice that apply to the college interview, resume, and email communications with the admissions office. Registration required. STORYTELLING FESTIVAL Friday, October 25: • Scary Story Swap with emcee & Storyteller Will Hornyak 6:45 to 7:45 p.m. at Waluga Masonic Lodge • Serve Chilled with Storyteller Kim Weitkamp 8 to 9 p.m. at Waluga Masonic Lodge Saturday, October 26: • Children’s Matinee with Charlie Williams, the Noiseguy 11 a.m. to 12 noon, Lake Oswego Library • Community Exhibits 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Lake Oswego Library • Why & How to Add Humor to Your Stories 2 to 3 p.m., Lake Oswego Library • Storytelling Concert featuring Storyteller Kim Weitkamp 7 to 9 p.m. at Lakewood Center for the Arts Sunday, October 27: • Family Matinee featuring Storytellers Kim Weitkamp, Will Hornyak, & Anne-Louise Sterry 1:30-2:30 p.m., Lake Oswego Public Library For more information, call 503-534-5285 or go to www. lopl.org/storytellingfestival. All events are free, thanks to the Friends of the Lake Oswego Public Library. 44 This newsletter is printed on 100% recycled content paper, using soy-based ink. Citizen Information Specialist and HelloLO Editor Bonnie Hirshberger 503-675-3992 bhirshberger@ci.oswego.or.us For inFormation about the City and its serviCes, go to www.Ci.oswego.or.us or Call 503-635-0257. Category 2 – Places in Lake Oswego Event dates are subject to change. More details are available online at: www.ci.oswego.or.us/calendar. For more information, call 503-675-3992. October 1 Tuesday • Library Music & Reception, 6pm 2 Wednesday • First Addition/Forest Hills Neighborhood Coordinating Meeting, 7pm • First Wednesday, Oswego Heritage House, 7- 8pm 3 Thursday 4 Friday 5 Saturday • Farmers’ Market, 8:30am-1:30pm 6 Sunday 7 Monday • DRC Meeting, 7pm 8 Tuesday • City Council Regular Meeting, 7pm 9 Wednesday • Library Performing Arts Series, 1pm • NRAB Meeting, 6:30pm • HRAB Meeting, 7pm • LAB Meeting, 7pm • TAB Meeting, 7pm 10 Thursday 11 Friday • Blood Drive, City Hall, 9:30am-3pm 12 Saturday • Farmers’ Market, 8:30am-1:30pm • Community Shred Day, WEB, 10am 13 Sunday 14 Monday • LO Tigard Water Partnership Over- sight Committee Mtg, 5:30pm 15 Tuesday • Deadline to vote on photo contest pictures, 5pm • Library Author Series, 7pm 16 Wednesday • PRAB Meeting, 6:30pm 17 Thursday 18 Friday 19 Saturday • Library - Question and Answers with LEGO Expert, 11am 20 Sunday • Holiday Waste Prevention Workshop, City Hall, 2-4pm 21 Monday • SAB Meeting, 6:30pm • DRC Meeting, 7pm 22 Tuesday • City Council Regular Meeting, 7pm 23 Wednesday 24 Thursday • 50+ Advisory Board, 8:30am • Uplands Neighborhood Association General & Elections Mtg, 7pm 25 Friday • Library Storytelling Festival 26 Saturday • Drug Take Back, ACC, 10am-2pm • Enchanted Evening Dance, ACC, 6-8pm • Library Storytelling Festival 27 Sunday • Library Storytelling Festival 28 Monday • Planning Commission, 6:30pm 29 Tuesday 30 Wednesday 31 Thursday November 1 Friday 2 Saturday • Child Safety Seat Clinic, Main Fire Station, 10am-1:30pm 3 Sunday 4 Monday • DRC Meeting, 7pm 5 Tuesday • City Council Regular Meeting, 7pm • Library Music Series, 7pm 6 Wednesday • First Addition/Forest Hills Neighborhood Coordinating Meeting, 7pm Community Calendar stay ConneCted The City has made it easy! Go to www.ci.oswego.or.us and choose how you want to stay connected! ACC Adult Community Center DRC Development Review Commission HRAB Historic Resources Advisory Board LAB Library Advisory Board LONAC Lake Oswego Neighborhood Action Coalition LORA Lake Oswego Redevelopment Agency MPP Millennium Plaza Park NA Neighborhood Association NRAB Natural Resources Advisory Board PRAB Parks and Recreation Advisory Board SAB Sustainability Advisory Board TAB Transportation Advisory Board TAC Transportation Advisory Council WEB West End BuildingGlossaryPhoto Contest - PiCk Your favorites! CLOSE-UPS To see large copies of these photographs, and to vote for your favorite, go to: http://www.ci.oswego.or.us/publicaffairs/photo-contest-voting * 1938 Woody Wagon at George Rogers Park Field Day for Girls Lacrosse at Hazelia Summer at Lake Grove Swim Park Artwork at Lower Millennium Plaza Footbridge in the Fall at George Rogers Park Breezeway at Lake Grove Zupans Category 1 – Life in Lake Oswego Lakeridge Homecoming Queen Gets Hug from Brother Enjoying the Last Days of Summer at George Rogers Park A Boy and His Dog Category 3 – People of Lake Oswego Dave Cutting a Rut at SunriseLabor of LoveRetirement in Lake Oswego Category 4 – Positive Aging in Lake Oswego The GazeThe Jump at Pacer and Lakers Track Meet Category 5 – Youth Lines Photo Contest Ballot Category 1 – Life in Lake Oswego Field Day for Girls Lacrosse 1938 Woody Wagon Summer at Swim Park Category 2 – Places in Lake Oswego Breezeway at Lake Grove Zupans Artwork at Lower Millennium Plaza Footbridge in the Fall For each category, enter 1 in the box by the image you like the best, 2 as your second choice, or 3 as your third. Category 5 – Youth Lines The Jump The Gaze Name: Category 3 – People of Lake Oswego A Boy and His Dog Enjoying the Last Days of Summer Lakeridge Homecoming Category 4 – Positive Aging in Lake Oswego Retirement in Lake Oswego Labor of Love Dave Cutting a Rut Phone: