Apr 22, 2010 — This week we've been looking in-depth at the big conservation land deals that have been reshaping the Adirondack Park.
One of the most prominent groups opposing those deals is the Adirondack Park Local Government Review Board. Over the last year, the taxpayer-funded organization has made headlines, accusing environmental groups and state officials of improper and illegal activities. The Review Board has also led the fight for a moratorium on new land purchases.
As Brian Mann reports, critics and supporters alike agree that the group has emerged as one of the most influential voices on issues in the Park.