APA accepting comments on this and two other projects until Aug. 4 By Gwendolyn Craig The Adirondack Park Agency is seeking public comments about the building of the Adirondack Rail Trail and its impact on wetlands. The 34-mile multi-use … [Read more...] about Public invited to weigh in on rail trail, impact on wetlands
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Foundation placed before Adirondack Park Agency limited size in 2010 rule change By Zachary Matson The developer behind a pair of controversial marina projects near Saranac Lake has legacy rights to build a pair of private boathouses totalling … [Read more...] about Developer has right to build 7,600-square-foot boathouse, per state agencies
APA taking comments on the stretches of motor routes in a big part of the park By Gwendolyn Craig More than 160 comments have rolled in over the Adirondack Park Agency’s half-century conundrum managing the number of miles and use of roads … [Read more...] about Disability rights activists, environmentalists, local governments respond to roads questions
Court reserves decision on whether quarry mine needs further review By Megan Plete Postol The decision whether to mandate a formal hearing on the White Lake quarry project is on hold, pending a judge’s deliberations. At issue: The Adirondack … [Read more...] about Will the White Lake quarry project get a hearing?
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
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