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Neighbors Oppose Gravel Mine In Town of Peru

The Adirondack Park Agency is set to approve a new 17-acre gravel mine in the town of Peru. The project faced complaints by neighbors, worried about noise and industrial traffic in their rural neighborhood. Brian Mann reports.  Go to full article
Adirondack Land Use Plan<br />Source:  APA

Adirondack Land Use Experiment Hits 30th Year

It sounds like a bit of dull bureaucracy, but the Adirondack Park's "Land Use and Development Plan" was once considered revolutionary. The famous map created by the plan is a patchwork of color-coded land designations. It sets rules for state-owned wilderness and corporate industrial sites and everything in between. This month is the plan's thirtieth anniversary. Brian Mann spoke with Richard Persico, one of its creators.  Go to full article
Erosion delta on English Brook (Lake George Association)

Lake George's Clean Water at Risk

Many people who live on Lake George still draw their drinking water directly from the shore. It's considered one of the cleanest big lakes in the country. But a new coalition of groups that met this week says accelerating development threatens that quality. As Brian Mann reports, storm-water erosion, sewage, and even road salt are changing the lake's chemistry.  Go to full article

Commentary: The Adirondacks

Commentator Chuck Brumley has written the book, a couple of them, on the people and places of the Adirondacks. But he got a good lesson in what the place is all about...  Go to full article

Lake George: Jetski Ban Faces Opposition

Officials in Lake George plan to vote in two weeks on a rule that would ban jetskis and other personal watercraft. But a new group is organizing to block the change. As...  Go to full article

Paddling the West Branch of the Ausable

Other parts of the U.S. have bigger rivers and higher mountains, but the Adirondacks offer some amazing country that you can reach on your lunch hour. Last week, Brian Mann...  Go to full article
Colton town supervisor Henry "Hank" Ford displays the new group's logo

New Property, Recreation Rights Group Forms

Hunters, snowmobilers, ATV riders, and property rights activists in St. Lawrence County are forming a new advocacy group they say will give them a stronger voice in Albany. ...  Go to full article
Martha Gallagher (left) and Sue Grimm.

Music and conversation with Martha Gallagher and Sue Grimm

Martha Gallagher, the Adirondack Harper, and musician Sue Grimm celebrate spring with music for harp and flute. They're hosting a benefit concert tonight in Lake Placid for...  Go to full article
Martha Gallagher (L) and Sue Grimm

Three songs by Martha Gallagher

Adirondack harper Martha Gallagher visited NCPR in April 2003 to talk about a benefit concert in Lake Placid and to share some of her original music, accompanied by Saranac...  Go to full article

Wind & Ice Damage Lake George Shore

Stiff winds that rattled the north country Wednesay damaged docks and boathouses on Lake George. The Glens Falls Post Star is reporting that the gale topped 30 miles per...  Go to full article

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