This week in Wilsonville history
Sept. 28, 1988
The long-awaited new Wilsonville Library opened its doors with a pre-tour event featuring artwork donated to the library by local artists. A surprise guest was young man who had been cited days before for vandalizing the library property by tearing up its grass with his four-wheel drive. The man apologized to the city and all the library patrons for his actions.
Sept. 30, 1998
Wilsonville residents readied for a 32 percent increase in their water rates, and the City was planning on similar increases in system development charges for builders.
Residents in the area surrounding Stafford Road were giving Clackamas County authorities a piece of their minds, upset with the increased traffic and high speed used by
Sept. 24, 2008
SMART, the city's transit system, moves its hub from the city center to the site of the new WES train station off Boeckman Road.
The Wilsonville Chamber of Commerce celebrated autumn with a Fall Food Fest event for the eighth year.