LYNDON — Efforts to redevelop a key downtown property are moving forward. By a 5-0 vote, the Development Review Board has approved plans to raze the former Vermont Tap and Die property. Permits were granted for Robert Bosch Tool Corp. to clear the 4-acre lot located at 378 Main St. and for Kennametal to demolish the 93,000-square-foot building that has been vacant since 2014. The notice of the decision, dated Nov. 1, requires Bosch to remove all of the concrete slab foundation as a condition of approval. Redevelopment of the site remains an economic development priority for Lyndon. Kennametal and Bosch have proposed a 30-week demolition and site restoration process.
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