About Gwendolyn Craig

Gwen covers environmental policy in the Adirondacks. Contact her at (518) 524-2902 or [email protected] You can also follow her on Twitter, @gwendolynnn1.

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  1. Lillian Antoci says

    This is sad news. This approval will only open doors to other developers. These homes will only be for the wealthy who can afford a house around a lake. The wilderness and remoteness of the Adirondack are slowly being dissipated that once was is beauty. More people, traffic, noise, and the destruction associated with the influx. Growth, greed, and lawsuits will diminish the Adirondack as we once knew and enjoyed.

  2. Matthew Beers OkuboReed says

    Interesting I only spent a year at Paul Smith’s college back when it was a two year school but I did learn a lot about how much human developments can affect the environment and so long as those things are followed and maintained it will be a good alternative to doing nothing.

  3. Jaime O'Neal says

    So two state legislators from Long Island are sponsoring legislation that will regulate how development is done in the Adirondacks. Mind your own business you two. If such a law is needed, we have our own legislators that can address that.

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