May 09, 2003 — It sounds like a bit of dull bureaucracy, but the Adirondack Park's "Land Use and Development Plan" was once considered revolutionary. The famous map created by the plan is a patchwork of color-coded land designations. It sets rules for state-owned wilderness and corporate industrial sites and everything in between. This month is the plan's thirtieth anniversary. Brian Mann spoke with Richard Persico, one of its creators.