Hochul's nomination awaits official confirmation By Gwendolyn Craig Gov. Kathy Hochul nominated Benita Law-Diao to be a member of the Adirondack Park Agency. If confirmed by the state Senate, Law-Diao would be the agency's first Black board … [Read more...] about Benita Law-Diao tapped to be APA’s first Black board member
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APA considers wild forest road mileage limits, public comment open By Gwendolyn Craig The Adirondack Park Agency has a major task 50 years in the making—interpreting a cap on the miles of road in wild forest lands and whether to include trails … [Read more...] about When it comes to wild forest, how many roads are too many?
Farm field would hold 11,000 panels By Gwendolyn Craig Ticonderoga is becoming a hub for harvesting sunshine after the Adirondack Park Agency approved the sixth large-scale solar facility in the town in less than three years, the most permits … [Read more...] about Adirondack Park Agency approves sixth solar project in Ticonderoga
By Gwendolyn Craig The Town of Inlet will be less of a dead zone for cell service and emergency radio communications after the Adirondack Park Agency approved two new towers on Thursday. The towers, made to look like evergreens, are expected to … [Read more...] about APA approves Inlet communications towers, Crown Point solar project
In split vote, APA approves herbicide use, despite opposition By Gwendolyn Craig Despite objections from several stakeholders, the Adirondack Park Agency on Thursday approved a controversial plan to apply an herbicide to two infestations of … [Read more...] about Lake George to move ahead in battle against milfoil
Board members voice concerns about aesthetics, impacts By Gwendolyn Craig The Adirondack Park Agency wrestled with balancing residents’ need for utilities with protecting iconic views on Thursday, ultimately approving a cell tower disguised as … [Read more...] about Solar arrays, cell tower challenge APA