Mar 23, 2006 — The Adirondack Park Agency begins two days of meetings today with local government leaders. This year's seminar in Saranac Lake will focus on affordable housing. Many elected officials, including state Senator Betty Little, say local residents are being squeezed out of mountain villages by skyrocketing home prices and property taxes. In other parts of the country, zoning agencies similar to the APA have played a major role in establishing affordable housing programs. Brian Mann spoke with APA executive director Dick LeFebvre and communications director Keith McKeever. They say the Agency is still exploring the role it will take in encouraging new projects.