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Departing APA chairman Curt Stiles (Source:  APA)
Departing APA chairman Curt Stiles (Source: APA)

How will APA chairman's departure affect Big Tupper decision?

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This month, Adirondack Park Agency chairman Curt Stiles shocked the North Country when he announced that he won't seek a second term from Governor Andrew Cuomo.

Stiles leaves office at the end of this month

That leaves the APA without its top official at a time when the Agency is
preparing to make what may be the biggest, most controversial decision of the last decade.

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Brian Mann
Adirondack Bureau Chief

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Commissioners are preparing to vote on a permit for the Adirondack Club and Resort, a six-thousand acre project in Tupper Lake.

As designed, the Big Tupper development would include hundreds of luxury vacation homes and condos, mansions and great camps, as well a marina, and a new ski center. 

It’s the single largest development the APA has ever reviewed.

Brian Mann spoke about the situation with 8 O'clock Hour host Martha Foley.

NOTE:  Chris Knight contributed to this story

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