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In response to community feedback, Planning Board members made multiple changes to the zoning proposal, including lowering the maximum height in Lexington Center from 60 feet to 52 feet. (Sophie Culpepper / LexObserver)

Hello, Lexington!

Good morning and welcome to LexObserver’s Friday news roundup.

We hope those of you lucky enough to be enjoying February break are getting lots of rest!

Stepping back from the local level for a moment, we’re all sure to be overwhelmed with national and international news today on the grim anniversary marking Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Among a lot of important reporting, the Kyiv Independent‘s coverage and newsroom interview are worth sitting with.

Thank you for reading, and here’s this week’s Lexington news.

In this issue:

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Nicco Mele, Sophie Culpepper, Erin Sandler-Rathe, Susanne Beck and the LexObserver Team

Edited by Erin Sandler-Rathe

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