Bennington Wal-Mart permit application incomplete

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A state land-use permit application filed by a developer hoping to double the size of a Bennington Wal-Mart is incomplete.

District 8 Environmental Coordinator Warren Foster says the Act 250 application, submitted Tuesday, has insufficient or outdated information.

He says the application needs an updated water and sewer allocation letter from the town, confirmation of an application for state wastewater and storm water permits and an updated traffic study.

Ohio-based developer Jonathan Levy, of BLS Bennington, LC, had been granted several extensions by the Vermont Environmental Court to file the permit application since he won town approval in 2006 to increase the store to 112,000-square feet.

It’s unclear how long it will take to finish the application.

Levy’s Rutland attorney, Alan George, could not be reached for comment.

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