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On Great Sacandaga Lake, big shoreline questions still unanswered

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Seventy years after the Great Sacandaga reservoir was built in the southern Adirondacks, state officials are still wrestling with how to manage and regulate its shoreline. Great Sacandaga is the third-largest body of water in the Adirondack Park. Two state agencies are now trying to develop a better system for handling private use, development and commercial activity on state land around the lake. As Brian Mann reports, the process may be raising more questions than answers.

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