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Week in Review: March 4 to March 10

Base tours, Busa Land plans, elections, arts and more this week in Lexington.

A very busy start to this week as and then convened a meeting of his newly created Military Asset and Security Strategy Task Force at MIT Lincoln Labs in Lexington.

That night, the Board of Selectmen voted on uses for the town-owned Busa Farms property, opting , which doesn’t close the door on either farming or recreation uses for the property. That decision is TBD.

Tuesday was the annual Town Election, as well as Super Tuesday. in the only contested race for elected office and Republican Mitt Romney and , easily outpaced the competition in their primary races.

Early in the week, we also featured stories about a one-day exhibit on and former to open the farm store and deli at Volante Farms in Needham.

Mid-week stories included and notice that alleged teacher morale issues will be on the .

Housing, high school sports and weekend art events grabbed headlines late in the week.

The last night against Charlestown. We had a regional report about – plus the usual roundups of homes sold and open houses.

As well, we posted several stories and notices about the goings on this weekend, including the juried art show, concerts and Spark author Julie Burstein’s appearance later today at Cary Hall as the big event of Lexington Reads.

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