Sharp Bridge scheduled for extensive upgrades By Gwendolyn Craig One of the state’s oldest campgrounds could be on the docket for some restoration work. The Adirondack Park Agency and state Department of Environmental Conservation have … [Read more...] about APA, DEC seek feedback on North Hudson campground plan
APA chairman looks to cap a family story By Gwendolyn Craig On a rainy day in June, John and Margot Ernst sat before a roaring fire in their second home in North Hudson. The four-bedroom contemporary house provides spectacular views of Elk Lake … [Read more...] about John Ernst’s Adirondack legacy
APA reviews temporary cell tower, utility poles, mine demolition By Gwendolyn Craig Expecting an influx of athletes and spectators from all over the world in the next several months for the 2023 World University Games, the state is … [Read more...] about State seeks to improve communications service prior to World Games
Hogan promises to remain to perform town and APA duties By Gwendolyn Craig Johnsburg Supervisor Andrea Hogan has taken a new job in Maine as the executive director of the Vinalhaven Land Trust. Hogan told the Explorer in a phone interview … [Read more...] about In-park commissioner takes job in Maine
New ethics commission could consider APA case By Gwendolyn Craig A retired Adirondack Park Agency staff member’s stymied attempt at submitting input this summer during the agency’s open public comment period could lead New York’s Commission on … [Read more...] about Can state (ex)employees submit public comments?
Zeldin paints territory within the Blue Line red By Gwendolyn Craig On Tuesday New York voters authorized historic environmental borrowing for the first time in 26 years and passed the $4.2 billion Clean Water, Clean Air and Green Jobs … [Read more...] about Bond Act gets mixed results in Adirondack counties