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APA sets hearings to classify lands

Uses mulled for old Finch Pruyn sites

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The Adirondack Park Agency has slated eight public hearings on its plans to classify the state’s newly acquired lands at the Essex Chain of Lakes and in the Hudson River Gorge. The hearings will begin June 12 in Ray Brook, and end July 2 with hearings in Albany and Lake George. The former lands of Finch Pruyn & Co. have been acquired from The Nature Conservancy is recent months, and will be open to the ...


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