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Lawmakers approve plans for Adirondack land swap

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The state Senate and Assembly have approved two proposed Adirondack land swaps to be put before state voters this fall. One exchange would allow NYCO Minerals Inc. to take 200 acres now in the state Forest Preserve for its mining operations in the town of Lewis, in return for a 1,500-acre addition to the Forest Preserve. The new state lands would be five new parcels adjacent to the Jay Mountain Wilderness Area, plus a sixth ...


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