KEENE (AP) - Gov. Andrew Cuomo plans to head to the Adirondacks to make an announcement about flood damage the region suffered from the remnants of Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee.
The governor will be in St. Hubert's, in the town of Keene, to make the announcement late this morning.
Many roads in the Adirondacks were washed out or sustained other damage from the torrential rains in late August and again last week. Route 73, the main route into the Lake Placid region from the south, remains closed along some stretches.
New York state closed many Adirondack hiking trails in the aftermath of Irene, but some trails were reopened last week.