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Opinion: Tupper Resort Should be Built Without Public Subsidies

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A huge vacation home development in Tupper Lake could reshape the town's economy. According to consultants working on the project, the 700-unit resort would be the biggest new project in the Adirondacks since the 1980 Winter Olympics. Support for the development is strong in Tupper Lake. But many locals still have questions about how the project will be financed. Peter Crowley is managing editor for the Adirondack Daily Enterprise, a regional newspaper based in Saranac Lake. Crowley and the paper's editorial board say questions about public funding and tax subsidies should be answered before the project goes forward.

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