Firm contests bidding process, seeks to stop construction By James M. OdatoAdd litigation costs to the price of a new Lake Placid headquarters for the Olympic Regional Development Authority. A Lake George firm lodged a suit last week against … [Read more...] about ORDA hit with lawsuit over office building project
Governor visits Lake Placid to showcase porous pavement, water line upgrades By Gwendolyn Craig Downtown Lake Placid has been a construction zone this summer, but state and local officials emphasized on Friday that the environmental and … [Read more...] about Hochul touts environmental, economic projects in the Adirondacks
By Mike Lynch Big changes could be on the horizon for the Adirondack Mountain Club. The nonprofit hiking organization is seriously considering purchasing the Cascade Ski Center outside of Lake Placid, while at the same time has listed its … [Read more...] about Seeking to expand, ADK eyes Cascade Ski Center
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?