Zipline attraction Experience Outdoors faces complaints from neighborsSome residents blame Adirondack Park Agency for lax approach to development By Tim Rowland When walking down the aisle isn’t dramatic enough, a groom can zip off a 20-foot … [Read more...] about On Lake Placid’s Cascade Road, tensions flare around residential, commercial development
By Gwendolyn Craig The Adirondack Park Agency approved on Thursday permits for two housing development projects -- one in the village of Saranac Lake and one in the town of North Elba. Devan Korn, an environmental programs specialist with APA, … [Read more...] about APA approves housing in Saranac Lake, Lake Placid
While towns consider whether to opt out, some say the park is perfect for marijuana tourism By Janet Reynolds Cannabis advocates may have done a happy dance March 31 when New York State became the 16th state to legalize adult recreational … [Read more...] about Cannabis in the Adirondacks: A natural economic high?
Advocates reflect on welcoming strategies at historic site anniversary and Juneteenth celebration By Brandon Loomis It was the mountains, woods and trails that first drew Benita Law-Diao to the Adirondack Park a few decades ago. It didn’t … [Read more...] about Advancing Adirondack inclusivity at John Brown Farm
Cobble Hill users are encouraged to begin hike from the village By Mike Lynch A stakeholder group is looking to reinvent a popular trail in Lake Placid after its trailhead parking area was closed off during the pandemic. For years, … [Read more...] about Popular Lake Placid trail to get new start
By Gwendolyn Craig A number of completed project applications and proposals are up for public comment to the Adirondack Park Agency. To submit a comment on any of the projects below, go to https://apa.ny.gov/Hearings/index.cfm, scroll to the … [Read more...] about Campground expansion, ropes course, solar project, more up for public comment