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LYNDONVILLE — A member of the town’s Development Review Board and an attorney in private practice who has lent his expertise to the more than year-long effort to re-write the bylaw overseeing the Special Flood Hazard Area — the commercial heart of the town — has written town officials with what he hopes will be his last comments on the proposed flood hazard bylaw.

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LYNDONVILLE — A joint meeting of the Lyndon Planning Commission and the Lyndon Select Board was hosted Wednesday evening as the town continues to make changes to the restrictive bylaws in the Special Flood Hazard Area and the River Corridor.

LYNDONVILLE — An official from the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources, Sacha Pealer, the Department of Environmental Conservation’s (DEC) floodplain program manager, has reviewed proposed changes aimed at resolving — at least temporarily — tensions between the town’s restrictive flood hazard regulations and the desires of commercial property owners to re-develop downtown parcels.