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RAY BROOK — Review of science including an extensive ecological inventory of the state’s Boreas Ponds Tract lasted over 4.5 hours through two days of Adirondack Park Agency meetings last week. more

The Sun

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SCHROON LAKE — Following contentious public hearing process, Adirondack Park stakeholders discuss what comes next more

The Sun

NORTH HUDSON — Funds will soon be available for recreation and tourism-based projects connected with former Finch Pruyn parcels in the central Adirondacks. more

The Sun

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NORTH HUDSON — The latest in a series of guidebooks by a local author has offered an early look at Boreas Ponds. more

The Sun

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Access the Adirondacks is a coalition of local government officials, sportsmen and business owners who are lobbying for broader access to Boreas Ponds. more

Editorials

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Visions of youth, elders clash in third Adirondack Park Agency hearing on recreational use more

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Green groups, local municipalities utilizing PR firms to shape and disseminate arguments as public hearings near for Boreas Pond Tracts more

The Sun

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NORTH HUDSON — State officials have opened former timberlands in the Boreas tract property to public access. The interim move comes as fall colors begin the slow march through the mountains. more

The Sun

The Essex County Board of Supervisors have ended the most recent round of discussions on Frontier Town by declining to authorize a study of the buildings that once constituted the former theme park. more

Editorials

I read your editorial “Lodge at Boreas Ponds Should Stay or be relocated to Serve as Visitor’s Center.” I am the stonemason who built the fireplace. Indeed this “gorgeous facility” would make a great visitors area for the Boreas Ponds. more

Letters to the Editor

Dignitaries gathered last week in front of a pristine lake in North Hudson to announce what is anticipated to be the final in a series of large-scale acquisitions by the state, the 20,758-acre Boreas Ponds Tract. more

Editorials

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Pete DeMola

Structure removals to begin this summer more

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