The Weekly Roundup: What you'll learn in this week's Review
Happy Friday! As we near the end of another busy week, take a look at just a few of the things you might learn in the July 11 edition of the Review:
— July 4 is the busiest day of the year for Blue Moon Coffee.
— Collectively, Lake Oswego stores like Palisades Market Place, Zupan's Markets and Whole Foods Market 365 had been using around 57,200 plastic bags annually before the city's plastic bag ban went into effect July 1.
— A $234.6 million award in the wake of a Ponzi scheme by a Lake Oswego company may be the largest securities settlement in state history.
— Motor vehicles account for 95% of passenger trips on the rebuilt Sellwood Bridge.
— The owner of Wilco, a farmer-owned cooperative store that's coming to town next year, is a former Lake Oswego resident.
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