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Tupper resort at "critical juncture"

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Consultants hired by the Town of Tupper Lake will now be able to continue reviewing plans for a 700-unit year-round resort around the former Big Tupper ski area. The Hudson Group had stopped work until more money was set aside for the project by developer Michael Foxman. This week, the Tupper Lake Village Board agreed to return more than $20,000, which Foxman had placed in an escrow account. The money will be used to pay the consultants. After three years of work and $5,000,000 spent so far by his investors, Foxman is complaining that the project is moving at a snail's pace. Chris Knight reports.

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Chris Knight
Adirondack Correspondent

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