Lexington Mayor Jim Gray and the city's eight female council members posed for a photograph at the Government Center in downtown Lexington Wednesday. Front row (left to right): Angela Evans, Jennifer Mossotti, Mayor Gray, Kathy Plomin, Shevawn Akers. Back row (left to right): Amanda Bledsoe, Jennifer Scutchfield, Peggy Henson, Susan Lamb.
Lexington Mayor Jim Gray and the city's eight female council members posed for a photograph at the Government Center in downtown Lexington Wednesday. Front row (left to right): Angela Evans, Jennifer Mossotti, Mayor Gray, Kathy Plomin, Shevawn Akers. Back row (left to right): Amanda Bledsoe, Jennifer Scutchfield, Peggy Henson, Susan Lamb. Rob Bolson
Lexington Mayor Jim Gray and the city's eight female council members posed for a photograph at the Government Center in downtown Lexington Wednesday. Front row (left to right): Angela Evans, Jennifer Mossotti, Mayor Gray, Kathy Plomin, Shevawn Akers. Back row (left to right): Amanda Bledsoe, Jennifer Scutchfield, Peggy Henson, Susan Lamb. Rob Bolson

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