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Lows Lake floatplane plan called illegal, unsafe, unworkable

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State officials hope to win approval next month for a plan that would allow floatplane flights to continue to a remote Adirondack lake for another four years. The battle over access to Lows Lake has been going on for more than a decade. The Department of Environmental Conservation says their new proposal is a fair compromise. But at a public meeting yesterday in Ray Brook, green groups described the plan as illegal and floatplane pilots called it unworkable. Brian Mann reports.

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Brian Mann
Adirondack Bureau Chief

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