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Panel continues work to attract winter sports to Lake Placid

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Three years after securing $5 million in taxpayer funds to try and attract world-class winter sports events, including another Olympics, the Lake Placid Regional Winter Sports Committee has spent a little more than $300,000 and hasn't brought a single event to the area. But members of the committee, made-up of prominent Lake Placid resort owners and allies of former Governor George Pataki, say much of their work has been happening out of the public eye. They also say they're being conservative with the $5 million as they work on a plan to possibly bring a Youth Olympics to the Lake Placid region. Chris Knight has the story.

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Adirondack Correspondent

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