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APA May Reduce Public Comments at Meetings

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The Adirondack Park Agency was shaken this summer by a state investigation that found official computers were being used for the transmission of pornography. Executive director Dan Fitts resigned. Four other staff members implicated in the case haven't been named. The APA is now considering a new policy that would shorten the public comment period at monthly meetings. Commissioners have also begun enforcing an existing policy that prevents the public from commenting on agenda items scheduled for a vote. As Brian Mann reports, the move to tighten rules for public input at meetings sparked new criticism for the Agency.

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Brian Mann
Adirondack Bureau Chief

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