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Floatplane debate suggests deeper rifts remain in Adirondacks

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Local government leaders, environmentalists, and state officials have pushed hard in recent years to improve relations in the Adirondack Park. Tomorrow, we'll hear about a group searching for "common ground" issues that Park activists agree on. But the heated debate over floatplane flights to Lows Lake has rekindled some old animosities. Last week, the Adirondack Park Agency rejected a plan to extend the tourist flights for another decade. As Brian Mann reports, the decision brought an angry response from local officials and some APA board members.

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Brian Mann
Adirondack Bureau Chief

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