LYNDON — Following a year-long effort to update sign regulations, the Planning Commission is nearing the finish line. However, they face one final hurdle. During discussion on Wednesday, there was disagreement over maximum signage limits, with two proposals discussed. — Planning Director Nicole Gratton supported the existing maximum signage limits of 100 square feet in the Commercial District and 60 square feet in the Village and Main District, with additional signage allowed by Development Review Board approval. — Sarah Lafferty, owner of The White Market and president of the Lyndon Area Chamber of Commerce, recommended that Lyndon adopt flexible limits to allow for more signage without special approval, and accommodate larger businesses.
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