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Who is paying for preservationists’ appeal? You are

February 1, 2014
By Michael D. Foxman and Thomas C. Lawson , Preserve Associates

In 2010, in a letter to the editor, we wrote that what is noteworthy about the behavior of the preservation lobbyists is their callous disregard of the welfare and wishes of the residents of the region and of the Adirondack Park Agency Act. We pointed out that they entirely ignore the rights and needs of the permanent residents of the Park, despite the fact that the act expressly states that the Park Land Development Plan was designed to recognize three complementary needs, including the need of the "Park's permanent, seasonal and transient populations for growth and service areas, employment, and a strong economic base."

 
 
 

 

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