As we have all seen with the litigation between public access advocates and the City of Lake Oswego, city policy has the potential to play a critical role in the access to and management of Oswego Lake.
There is no denying that fall is here as the leaves are falling, kids are settled into school and the Lake Oswego Corporation staff is busy buttoning up for winter. I wanted to briefly discuss the upcoming elections and the nearing completion
The summer weather seemed like it would last forever but it looks as though fall has finally arrived along with the typical activities we see this time of year. The predominant activity has nothing to do with recreation. It is landscape maintenance.
Our algae season is over and it looks like we have entered winter weather conditions. This means the lake level will be fluctuating as rain comes in and we run our hydro generators.
Larry provides a summer ending recap of events and reminds shareholders of the upcoming election season.
The LOC intern has been collecting data on Oswego Lake this summer and will continue through next year. She recently deployed sampling buoys on the south shoreline to collect data for her research.