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Water Woes In Adirondacks Could Change Constitution

In these final hours of the legislative session, North Country lawmakers are hoping to push through a bill that would allow local governments to drill for water on state forest preserve land. If approved, the legislation would launch a lengthy process to amend New York's Constitution. Brian Mann has our story.  Go to full article
Breaking trail through knee-high drifts
Breaking trail through knee-high drifts

A Winter Ski On The Northville-Placid Trail

In the North Country, winter is a great time to get outside, into the woods. It's bug-free. Travel over snow is often easier than over muddy, rocky trails. There are also fewer crowds.
But winter is also a time when even the best-laid plans can be erased by harsh weather and changing conditions. Brian Mann sends this audio postcard from a three-day ski on the Northville-Placid trail in the Adirondacks.  Go to full article

Theatre: The Middle Ages

Todd Moe talks with Natalie Coddington, director of the Bearfoot Players' production of the adult comedy The Middle Ages, which opens Friday night (8 pm) at the Long Lake Town Hall. Coddington hopes the production will help rebuild interest in the community theatre group.  Go to full article
Affordable housing, pt.3
Affordable housing, pt.3

Adirondack Vacation Homes Displace Year-round Residents

There's a housing boom underway in the Adirondacks - but most of the new homes are going to vacationers or seasonal residents. Visitors are also buying up hundreds of homes and camps once owned by locals. As Brian Mann reports, some villagers worry that the tight real estate market will hurt local economies - and even damage the sense of community.  Go to full article

State Land Deal Unveiled: 4,000 Acres Protected Near Long Lake

Governor George Pataki has quietly agreed to spend more than two million dollars buying recreation and conservation easements on a chunk of land near Long Lake. The deal will protect most of the Cedarlands Boy Scout Camp from development. As Brian Mann reports, the four thousand acre project was finalized more than two weeks ago, without any public announcement.  Go to full article

Cedarlands Conservation Deal Near Long Lake Draws Praise, Raises Eyebrows

Conservation groups in the Adirondacks are praising a deal that will protect more than four thousand acres of forest and shoreline near Long Lake. But the project also allows a prominent environmentalist to buy a 60-acre piece of shoreline property. As Brian Mann reports, a plan to build a private home on the parcel has drawn sharp criticism:  Go to full article

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