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Monday - July 23, 2012

Upgrading Lake Oswego's Water System: Why Now?

Upgrading Lake Oswego's Water System: Why Now?

Much of Lake Oswego’s water system is old, undersized, and in need of replacement. This video explains why, after almost 50 years, it is time to reinvest in our water system.

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Thursday - July 19, 2012

Gladstone Benefits from Partnership

Gladstone Benefits from Partnership

Partnership work in Gladstone will include a new Water Intake Facility on the Clackamas River near Charles Ames Memorial Park and a Raw Water (untreated) Pipeline that runs through the city and Meldrum Bar Park.

In this video, City of Gladstone Public Works Supervisor, Scott Tabor, explains the benefits that Gladstone will receive by coordinating with the Lake Oswego Tigard Water Partnership team.

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Wednesday - July 18, 2012

LO settles with some Robinwood property owners

LO settles with some Robinwood property owners

Kara Hansen Murphey, West Linn Tidings

The Lake Oswego City Council has agreed to a settlement with a group of property owners snarling plans to expand the city’s water treatment plant, which is located in West Linn.

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Wednesday - July 18, 2012

City looks to collect fees from Lake Oswego

City looks to collect fees from Lake Oswego

Lori Hall, West Linn Tidings

Negotiator hired to work out agreement for pipeline right of wayThe city of West Linn is moving forward with attempting to negotiate a franchise agreement with the Lake…

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Monday - July 16, 2012

Lake Oswego Water Publishes 2012 Water Quality Report

Lake Oswego Water Publishes 2012 Water Quality Report


Report shows Lake Oswego’s top quality tap water meets all drinking water regulations.

The City of Lake Oswego recently published the results of its annual drinking water testing program. The 2012 Water Quality Report shows that Lake Oswego residents and businesses continue to receive the highest quality drinking water, exceeding state and federal standards for safety and quality.

The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the State of Oregon have set more than 120 water quality standards for drinking water. To be in compliance with these regulations, drinking water must have test results at or below the specified standards. “We are proud to report water delivered to homes and businesses in Lake Oswego met every water quality standard, every day,” says Kari Duncan, water treatment manager for the City of Lake Oswego.

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