Maybe homelessness and vagrancy, drug use and harassment isn't happening in your neighborhood - yet - but let's make sure this problem doesn't happen anywhere in Lake Oswego.
Municipal Codes and policies on dealing with the homeless and criminal behavior need to be up to date and enforced. LO should not become another magnet for vagrants spilling over from our very lax big-city neighbor to the north. Prevention is better than a cure.
Lake Oswego Review, September 22, 2016
9/12/16 2:30 p.m. A building owner said people are sleeping behind his property and leaving food and needles behind.
9/13/16 3:54 p.m. Two homeless women were holding up signs asking for help at the Safeway on Avenue A.
9/14/16 4:03 p.m. Neighbors asked police to remove a man who was attempting to live on a stairwell.