Trial will answer long-running Oswego Lake public access question

The city bans public access from its lakeside parks, which the plaintiffs in a long-running lawsuit argue results in a de facto ban on public use of the lake.

LAKE OSWEGO, Ore. — It’s been 10 years since Lake Oswego officially prohibited access to its central lake from city parks, and almost as long since Mark Kramer and Todd Prager filed a lawsuit challenging the ordinance. There’s still no official determination about the rule’s legality, but an upcoming trial might finally provide an answer.

The advisory jury trial scheduled for later this month is the second of two phases in the case and will focus on

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