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Tuesday, June 14, 2011
Lexington's Recreation and Busa Land Use Proposal committees joined the Board of Selectmen on a June 13 site visit.
Editor's note: Portions of this story have been corrected after clarifications from members of the Board of Selectmen. A couple dozen committee members took a tour of Lexington’s Busa Farms on Monday, June 13, walking around the parcel’s perimeter under evening skies that had many of them expressing how lucky they were the rain held off. The guided tour was an official site visit for the Board of Selectmen, who were joined by the town’s Busa Land Use Proposal and Recreation committees. According to selectmen Chairman Hank Manz, the next step is to start talking in depth with the BLUPC about its report on the property. “This is a typical New England plot,” said Manz. “It’s been divided, subdivided and it’s old. One of the hardest things is…
Wednesday, June 8, 2011
Temps and humidity are soaring, but there are ways to keep cool, or at least swelter safely.
With temperatures in Lexington inching toward 90 degrees and threatening to stay there tomorrow, town departments have taken action to help residents keep cool. The Recreation Department announced earlier today, June 8, that “due to the heat this week,” it was extending hours for aquatic facilities currently operating on preseason schedules. The Irving H. Mabee Town Pool Complex will be open from 12 to 8:45 p.m., Thursday, June 9, and The Old Res is open from 12 to 7 p.m. today and will have the same hours tomorrow. “We’re in our preseason right now, until school gets out,” said Peter Coleman, the recreation supervisor. “But, given the temperatures they’re calling for the next few days, we’re just trying to make that option available to …