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Five Things: SEPAC Panel Discussion Tonight

A quick look at five things you need to see, do and know today in Lexington.

Five Things: SEPAC Panel Discussion Tonight

1. SEPAC Panel Discussion Tonight: Lexington's Special Education Parent Advisory Council is scheduled to meet from 7 to 9 p.m. tonight at Clarke Middle School and its agenda includes a panel discussion "to address parental questions/concerns about the Lichtenstein New York Times Op-Ed piece and subsequent district discussions regarding behavior plans and other related topics. Expected panel members from Lexington Public Schools include Superintendent of Schools Paul Ash, Linda Chase, the director of student services, and ABA Coordinator Laura Dudley.

2. Adams Street Will Stay Open Today: Lexington's Engineering Division last week announced that, weather permitting, a portion of Adams Street will be closed for paving today, Oct 9. Well, the weather wasn't permitting, and that paving work will have to be pushed to a future date. With rain also in the forecast for tomorrow, that date is uncertain. Whenever it does happen, this map shows the portion of the roadway that will be closed, and engineering advises that drivers should seek an alternate route if possible. For more information, head over to the 2012 DPW Construction Projects website.

3. Other Public Meetings Posted for Today: According to the town website, other public meetings posted for today include the Recreation Committee at 7 p.m. at the Town Office Building and the 2020 Vision Committee's subcommittee on Demographic Change at 7:30 p.m., also at the Town Office Building.

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5. Looks Like Rain: Patchy fog, clouds and a chance of showers are in the forecast today, with a high of 57, according to the National Weather Service, which predicts more rain possible overnight as lows drop down to 46.

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