LYNDON — Plans to raze the former Vermont Tap and Die property remain in the permitting stage. According to the state Natural Resources Board, the application for Act 250 approval is incomplete and has not yet advanced to the review process. The Act 250 permit is required 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. Kennametal and Bosch have proposed a 30-week demolition and site restoration process. According to project documents, that would include eight weeks of building demolition, eight to nine weeks of soil restoration, and three weeks of slab removal. Original plans called for Kennametal to begin demolition in the late fall and for Bosch to start site remediation work in late winter or early spring. That timeline has been pushed back.
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