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The City of Milwaukie recently received nearly $1.2 million from ODOT’s Oregon Transportation Commission (OTC) for completion of the Kronberg Multi-Use Path within the nature park, located between Kellogg Lake and SE McLoughlin Boulevard.

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    Does your business need capital to achieve your dreams? The notion of getting a business loan can be wrought with fears, confusion, rejection and failure.

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    For the first time, Sunday Parkways is coming to Milwaukie! On Sunday, Oct. 2 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., this annual event opens streets and public spaces to encourage people to walk, bike and roll through the community, interact with neighbors, visit local businesses, and connect with the city. Check out a map of the route! It's going to be amazing!

  • Q. How many cities in Oregon have made use of urban renewal?

    More than 70 Oregon cities and counties currently have urban renewal programs. Locally, Canby, Estacada, Gladstone, Lake Oswego, Molalla, Oregon City, Sandy, and Wilsonville and Clackamas County have urban renewal areas.

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    Water Environment Services (WES) had two barges anchor near Elk Rock Island for divers to work underwater on a section of the Kellogg Water Resource Recovery Facility. The construction is being conducted at this time to accommodate the fish passage during the regulatory in-water work period, and is anticipated to be complete this fall.

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    The city's water division will perform routine maintenance on the green elevated water tank at SE 40th Avenue and Harvey Street.

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    September is National Preparedness Month and the City of Milwaukie, along with the  Clackamas County Fire Department, is committed to supporting a more disaster resilient community. The month-long preparedness campaign serves as a reminder that action must be taken now and throughout the year to prepare for the types of emergencies that can affect us where we live, work or often visit.