Author Archives: Will Mahoney-Watson

Planting at East Waluga Park, Sat. March 3

Ivy PullersAfter years of invasive plant removal, we are now ready to start planting native species like sword ferns! Come help us complete the transformation from terrible to terrific!

Please meet at East Waluga Park and bring sturdy shoes and work gloves. Children under 18 will need a signed parental release form.

Saturday, March 3, 9:30-11:30am
East Waluga Park
15505 Quarry Rd.
Lake Oswego, OR 97035
See map: Google Maps

Point of Contact
Will Mahoney-Watson
503-752-3430
will@humannatureart.com

Planting at East Waluga Park, Sat. Feb. 17

Ivy PullersAfter years of invasive plant removal, we are now ready to start planting native species like sword ferns! Come help us complete the transformation from terrible to terrific!

Please meet at East Waluga Park and bring sturdy shoes and work gloves. Children under 18 will need a signed parental release form.

Saturday, Feb. 17, 9:30-11:30am
East Waluga Park
15505 Quarry Rd.
Lake Oswego, OR 97035
See map: Google Maps

Point of Contact
Will Mahoney-Watson
503-752-3430
will@humannatureart.com

Trail Graveling at E. Waluga Park, Oct 28

We need people to help spread gravel onto the main trail between East and West Waluga Parks. Join us as we work to raise this much-loved trail out of the wetlands.

Please meet at East Waluga Park and bring sturdy shoes and work gloves. Children under 18 will need a signed parental release form.

Saturday, Oct. 28th, 9:30-11:30am
East Waluga Park
15505 Quarry Rd.
Lake Oswego, OR 97035
See map: Google Maps

Point of Contact
Will Mahoney-Watson
503-752-3430
will@humannatureart.com

Spreading Gravel on Trail

First Ice Cream Sundae Social a Big Success!

The Waluga Neighborhood Association’s First Ice Cream Sundae Social was a big success. Dozens of neighbors were served ice cream by some of Lake Oswego City Hall’s finest, including Mayor Kent Studebaker, Fire Chief Larry Goff, Police Chief Don Johnson, Planning Commisioner Bill Ward, and City Council Member, Skip O’Neill. Even Chase the K9 stopped by for a lick!

Most of the neighbors won great raffle prizes donated by area businesses. The weather even cooperated, as it wasn’t too hot to enjoy an ice cream sundae.

You’re Invited to our First Ice Cream Sundae Social

The Waluga Neighborhood Association invites you to our first Ice Cream Sundae Social. Come meet your neighbors and enjoy a delicious sundae with plenty of toppings!

Sunday, August 6, 2-4pm

East Waluga Park
15505 Quarry Rd.
Lake Oswego, OR 97035
Map

Free Raffle Prizes from Neighboring Businesses!

Many thanks to our contributors:

Meet our Guest Scoopers from City Hall!

Distinguished members of LO City Hall will be stopping by to help scoop! We’re also hoping Chase the K9 will be available.

RSVP

Please RSVP to: waluga.neighborhood.association@gmail.com

We hope to see you there!

Developer Meeting on Mercantile Campus March 23

The Providence Mercantile Campus may be sold to a retail developer named CenterCal Properties.

CenterCal is required to have a neighborhood meeting with interested residents, property and business owners, and current complex tenants before they submit their development application with the City of Lake Oswego.

CenterCal has built other large retail facilities in our area like Bridgeport Village, Nyberg Crossing, Nyberg Rivers and Cascade Station. Each of these facilities relies on large anchor stores. They are proposing a large specialty organic-grocery-store as an anchor for this site.

To learn more about CenterCal’s ambitious plans for redevelopment on this 8.3 acre property including the grassy vacant land on Hallmark Drive, please plan to attend a meeting they are hosting on:

Thursday, March 23, 2017 at 6:30 pm
3975 Mercantile Drive, Suite 235 (Booktique bldg.)

This meeting will also give you the opportunity to ask questions, share your concerns and comments that may impact CenterCal’s redevelopment plans for this site.

Once CenterCal submits their development application to the City and it is deemed complete, a Public Hearing will be scheduled with the LO Development Review Commission (DRC), where you will be given another opportunity to give oral/written testimony regarding their plans. Their plans could change between the March 23rd meeting and the time their application is completed and the LO planning staff report is prepared for DRC. So staying “on top” of this re-development by giving public testimony to the DRC will also be critical. Further notification on DRC’s public hearing date, time and place will follow.