WILTON – Storage of machinery on a Route 2 lot will come under review as a junkyard by the town’s Planning Board when it meets Thursday at 7 p.m. at the town office.

Although the stored items will eventually be recycled, there’s enough stuff on the lot so that it meets the definition of junkyard, said Code Enforcement Officer Paul Montague.

The property at 461 Route 2 East, adjacent to Bowering’s Collectors Delight, is owned by Kimball Farrington of Jay. It contains a collection of machinery from factories, Montague said. It would be a minor junkyard for storage, he added.

The Board will also review a request to modify a site plan approved last summer for NAS Properties. Camps on the lake off Shae Street were renovated to be sold as condominiums with two docks. NAS Properties would now like to add two more docks altering the approved site plan so the board needs to review it, he said.

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