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The Adirondack Park Agency is still at least a month from deciding whether to classify new state lands around the upper Hudson River as wilderness or something that will open the land to more visitors. The park’s major environmental groups — which are unanimous in seeking some sort of wilderness classification for the roughly 18,000 acres that were once timber company land — last week urged the APA not to make a decision at its ...


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