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State buys land above Lake George’s west side

Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Joe Martens and Lake George Land Conservancy Executive Director Nancy Williams announce the state's acquisition of Thomas and Cat Mountains in Bolton on Wednesday.
Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Joe Martens and Lake George Land Conservancy Executive Director Nancy Williams announce the state's acquisition of Thomas and Cat Mountains in Bolton on Wednesday.
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The state has purchased an additional 2,460 acres on the west side of Lake George, including the popular hiking destinations of Cat and Thomas mountains. The Cat and Thomas Mountains parcel, a 1,900-acre property in Bolton, was purchased from the Lake George Land Conservancy for $1.5 million, state Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Joseph Martens announced Wednesday. The state also purchased an adjoining 565 acres called the East River Tract from The Nature Conservancy for ...


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