17 01, 2023

DEC and APA keep unconstitutional trails open in defiance of court decisions

2023-01-20T10:35:29-05:00January 17, 2023|

It’s been nearly two years since the New York Court of Appeals, the State’s highest court, ruled that extra-wide Class II Community Connector Snowmobile Trails designed, approved, and constructed by the Department of Environmental Conservation [...]

19 08, 2019

Protect the Adirondacks plans to cross-appeal Appellate Division, Third Department, decision on Article 14 lawsuit

2019-09-12T13:32:04-04:00August 19, 2019|

Protect the Adirondacks will defend the Appellate Division ruling that the State is appealing, which held that the amount of tree cutting by the State on the Forest Preserve violated Article 14, Section 1, and [...]

6 06, 2017

The Adirondack Lake Assessment Program, a long-term water quality monitoring program, celebrates 20 years in 2017

2022-03-28T12:43:29-04:00June 6, 2017|

The Adirondack Lake Assessment Program (ALAP) celebrates its 20th season this year monitoring the water quality of dozens of lakes and ponds across the Adirondacks. ALAP is a partnership between Protect the Adirondacks and the [...]

9 05, 2017

DEC Exploring Lodging and Dining Facilities at Boreas Ponds

2020-04-09T17:01:39-04:00May 9, 2017|

The Adirondack Park Agency has posted its agenda and materials for its meeting this week (May 11-12th) and there is no action scheduled for the classification of Boreas Ponds or any other Forest Preserve lands. [...]

10 03, 2017

State delays action on the classification of the Boreas Ponds as Governor Cuomo develops plans for extensive motorized access

2020-04-09T17:02:22-04:00March 10, 2017|

The Adirondack Park Agency (APA) postponed action on the classification of the Boreas Ponds this month. The APA had planned to unveil its proposal for these lands in March and make a decision in April. [...]

3 03, 2017

Cuomo Administration delays decision on the classification of the Boreas Ponds

2020-04-09T16:51:42-04:00March 3, 2017|

The Adirondack Park Agency delays a formal classification proposal for Boreas Ponds The Cuomo Administration is unable to develop a workable and legal classification option for the Boreas Ponds There will no action on the [...]

27 02, 2017

Protect the Adirondacks Supports a new Constitutional Amendment for Camp Gabriels

2020-04-09T17:00:46-04:00February 27, 2017|

1st passage of draft amendment could be accomplished in 2017 Legislation has been introduced by Senator Betty Little Protect the Adirondacks supports a new Constitutional Amendment for Article XIV, Section 1, the "forever wild" provision [...]

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