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NORTH HUDSON | Gov. Andrew Cuomo has formally approved the Boreas Pond classification, calling the state’s recent acquisition a “national treasure” as he signed the deal recommended by the Adirondack Park Agency last month. more

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The Adirondack Park Agency has reached a verdict on the long-awaited decision on how to classify the Boreas Ponds Tract. more

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

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We took the opportunity over the last two weeks to meet with the two big stakeholders and listen to their reasoned arguments regarding the classification of the 20,578-acre Boreas Ponds Tract in the Essex County town of North Hudson. more

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BeWildNY is a coalition of environmental organizations led by the Adirondack Council and the Adirondack Mountain Club. more

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NORTH HUDSON — Groups spar over mechanized access in Boreas Pond debate more

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SCHROON LAKE — Plaid outweighed green last week at Schroon Lake Central as the Adirondack Park Agency hosted the latest public hearing as part of the classification process for Boreas Ponds. 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

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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

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