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Lininger joins legal team at Buckley Law


LININGERState Rep. Ann Lininger (D-Lake Oswego) has joined the legal team at Buckley Law P.C., a Lake Oswego law firm that specializes in business and commercial law, employment and labor law, real estate and land use, civil litigation, taxation, family and elder law, and estate planning and administration.

Lininger, who holds a bachelor’s from Yale University and a law degree from the New York University School of Law, will work with clients in forming new businesses, complying with contract requirements, implementing mergers, managing employment issues, financing projects, acquiring real estate and developing affordable housing, according to the law firm.

Lininger has served as corporate counsel to manufacturing, transportation and technology businesses, as well as to affordable housing providers. She has worked as a transactional lawyer and a litigator, and has clerked for federal judges on the U.S. District Court and on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit.

Library event to feature local authors

Local authors and illustrators will share their work — and offer it for sale — at a special “Keeping it LOcal” event Nov. 15 at the Lake Oswego Public Library.

Youth Services Manager Andrea Milano says the gathering, which is scheduled from 1-4 p.m., will spread out from the children’s library to the third floor and offer a unique chance to meet the authors and illustrators, hear about their work and find a special holiday gift.

Librarians will be on hand to offer reading recommendations, and refreshments will be served. Among the participants: Jon Bell, Carmen T. Bernier-Grand, Susan Blackaby, Margaret Chula, Carolyn Conahan, Sybilla A. Cook, Brian Doyle, Kimbra Kasch, Scott Lazenby, A.A. Livingston, Dan Livingston, Kevin Luby, J. Brian Monihan, Ruth A. Musgrave, Kent Nerburn, John Poothullil, Dawn Prochovnic, Lisa Shroeder and Scott Sparling.

The library is located at 706 Fourth St. For more information, contact Milano 503-675-2539 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Windermere launches coat, blanket drive

More than 30 Windermere Real Estate offices in Oregon and Southwest Washington — including two in Lake Oswego and one in West Linn — will participate in the company’s annual “Share the Warmth” coat and blanket drive.

Community members are invited to help their neighbors in need by donating coats and blankets during the drive, which started this week and runs through Dec. 18. Transition Projects Inc. will distribute the coats and blankets to men and women living on the streets of Portland and in local shelters.

Locally, new or gently used and laundered adult-size coats and twin-size blankets can be brought to Windermere offices at 220 A Ave., Suite 200 (503-636-5000) or 3689 Carman Drive (503-675-8264) in Lake Oswego, or to 21900 Willamette Drive, Suite 202 (503-557-0707) in West Linn.

Donations can be made from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays; call the offices directly for weekend drop-off hours.

Nature’s Choice expands floral department

Nature’s Choice Market has upgraded and expanded its floral department by moving it into the store’s former coffee shop space. The larger space will allow for a separate cutting room, an extended fresh-cut floral stand, its own entrance and an outside alcove that will be used now as the holiday wreath house.

A grand opening and holiday open house is planned from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday and Saturday at the store, 1277 McVey Blvd. in Lake Oswego.

To learn more about the floral department, which offers delivery throughout the Portland area and FTD wire service, call 503-636-2213.

— The Review

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