Sensible Change is needed in the State Land Master Plan: Proposals for Managing a Changing Adirondacks
December 10, 2014

The Adirondack Park Agency has launched a process to review and amend the State Land Master Plan the document that governs the use of all 2,614,000 acres of state-owned land in the Adirondacks.

Together, members of the Adirondack Park Local Government Review Board, members of the Adirondack Associations of Towns and Villages and other leaders in the Adirondacks have reviewed the Plan and are pleased to present our recommendations for sensible updates that preserve the natural character and beauty of the Adirondacks while fostering economically sustainable communities for the people who live and visit here.

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Frederick H. Monroe, Executive Director
Adirondack Park Local Government Review Board
117 Blythewood Island
P.O. Box 579
Chestertown, New York 12817
Voice Mail:518-796-2415

The Adirondack Park Local Government Review Board consists of Members appointed by the governing bodies of the twelve counties wholly or partly in the Adirondack Park. We work to insure that the interests of the people of the Adirondack Park and their local governments are protected as the Adirondack Park Agency carries out its duties set forth in the Adirondack Park Agency Act. (Executive Law Sections 801-810). We believe that the Adirondack Park should continue to be a multi-use park and that it should be accessible to all who work, live and visit the Adirondacks and that traditional uses should be allowed to be continued.
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