There are two official drop-off locations in LO now: City Hall and Westlake Park

REVIEW PHOTO: GARY M. STEIN - A cadre of City staff, volunteers (including Rotarian Linda Brown, above) and even a city councilor or two will be on hand Tuesday to direct traffic and point voters in the right direction.It's been a steady stream of voters at Lake Oswego ballot boxes this morning, where a cadre of City staffers, volunteers (that's Rotarian Linda Brown in the photo below) and even a city councilor or two are helping to direct traffic and point folks in the right direction.

Have you voted?

Remember: Ballots are no longer being accepted at the library. (There are volunteers there, too, with big signs and maps to the right locations.) This year, you have two options:

A new, large-capacity collection box has been installed in the Fourth Street turnaround behind City Hall (380 A Ave.) downtown, replacing a smaller box that was installed a couple of years ago; and

A new ballot box has been installed at Westlake Park to serve the west side of town. It is located in the parking lot directly behind the Westlake Fire Station, next to the tennis courts.

Ballots must be dropped off by 8 p.m. Tuesday.

— The Review

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