The $100 million retirement fund for Lexington, Mass., is making its initial infrastructure investment, which could exceed $6 million.

According to the Infrastructure Investor website, the Lexington Contributory Retirement System will scrutinize responses to a request for proposals for a “long-only global infrastructure manager” at a meeting on Wednesday.

The website quoted retirement administrator Marguerite Oliva as saying that the decision to allocate to infrastructure was part of a larger portfolio rebalancing move. Lexington is a 31,000-population suburb west of Boston.

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