Ray Brook, NY, Jun 14, 2010 — The Adirondack Park Agency has imposed new restrictions on the size and height of new boathouses in the Park. The APA board voted last week to revise the definition of boathouse in its regulations to include a 1,200-square-foot size limit and a 15-foot height limit. The new limits will take effect after Labor Day. As Chris Knight reports, the decision came after months of debate among agency commissioners. Go to full article
APA chairman Curt Stiles is struggling to pass new definitions limiting boat houses to 1200 square feet.
Ray Brook, NY, May 14, 2010 — The Adirondack Park Agency wrestled yet again yesterday with the question of how to regulate boathouses. The issue has flummoxed state officials for decades. As Brian Mann reports, APA commissioners remain deeply divided, with some arguing that boathouses shouldn't be regulated at all. Go to full article