Paddler and former Adirondack Explorer Editor Phil Brown had until Oct. 28 to file paperwork (called “perfecting the appeal”) and the state had until Nov.1.
John Caffry and state file court papers in defense of the public’s right to paddle through private property. By Kenneth Aaron A state appeals court is expected to hear arguments this fall in a trespassing lawsuit filed against Adirondack Explorer Editor Phil Brown after he paddled through private land on a remote waterway that connects two tracts of state land in the William C. Whitney Wilderness. The landowners—the Brandreth Park Association and Friends of Thayer Lake—sued Brown in the fall of 2010, more than a year after he wrote about the paddling trip for the Adirondack Explorer. Last year, State >>More