State officials seek more flexibility in choosing eradication methods By Gwendolyn Craig The state Department of Environmental Conservation seeks more flexibility in managing invasive species on state land, prompting the Adirondack Park … [Read more...] about APA seeks public comments on invasive species management changes
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Variance request for housing antique boat collection deemed ‘self-created difficulty’ By Gwendolyn Craig The Adirondack Park Agency rejected a request from camp owners on Spitfire Lake in Franklin County to build a boathouse addition to … [Read more...] about APA denies couple’s request to expand boathouse
State wants to apply milfoil treatments this month By Zachary Matson The state’s lawyers on Wednesday argued in Warren County court that the Lake George Park Commission should be allowed to move forward this month with a plan to use an aquatic … [Read more...] about Judge hears arguments over injunction to block herbicide use on Lake George
Law-Diao makes history as first Black person on the board By Gwendolyn Craig The state Senate confirmed Benita Law-Diao to the Adirondack Park Agency, making her the agency’s first Black board member in its 50-year history. APA Chairman John … [Read more...] about Senate confirms three Adirondack Park Agency members
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
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?