Apr 18, 2007 — The head of the Adirondack Park Agency says he's stepping down next month. Dick Lefebvre has led the APA staff since 2005. He took the post following a pornography scandal that forced the previous executive director to resign. Lefebvre, who lives on Caroga Lake in the southern Adirondacks, was also president of the APA board, after being appointed by Mario Cuomo back in 1993. He also spent two years running the Hudson River-Black River Regulating District. Lefebvre spoke yesterday afternoon with Brian Mann about his decision to leave the APA.