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Rail-trail debate (news)

An Adirondack Scenic Railroad train travels on Oct. 22 through Saranac Lake’s North Country Community College campus, where the land ownership has been in dispute.
(Enterprise photo — Morgan Ryan)

Judge orders more info from state on railroad title issues

A judge has ordered the state to provide more information on title issues and historic preservation of 34 miles of a travel corridor that the state plans to turn into a multi-use trail. Acting state Supreme Court Justice Robert Main is dealing with a lawsuit the Adirondack Railway ...

An Adirondack Scenic Railroad train travels on Oct. 22 through Saranac Lake’s North Country Community College campus, where the land ownership has been in dispute.
(Enterprise photo — Morgan Ryan)

Judge orders more info from state on railroad title issues

A judge has ordered the state to provide more information on title issues and historic preservation of 34 miles of a travel corridor that the state plans to turn into a multi-use trail. Acting state Supreme Court Justice Robert Main is dealing with a lawsuit the Adirondack Railway ...

A man looks out the back of an Adirondack Scenic Railroad train as it pulls out of Saranac Lake on Oct. 26, 2016, to spend the winter in Utica — possibly never to return if the railroad group loses its lawsuit against a state plan to remove this portion of track. (Enterprise photo — Lou Reuter)

Judge requests more info in railroad lawsuit

MALONE — The judge presiding over a lawsuit filed against the state by the Adirondack Railway Preservation Society requested more information from lawyers on certain issues at a hearing Monday morning. Franklin County Judge Robert Main Jr. did not give a timeframe for response, and the ...

A man looks out the back of an Adirondack Scenic Railroad train as it pulls out of Saranac Lake on Oct. 26, 2016, to spend the winter in Utica — possibly never to return if the railroad group loses its lawsuit against a state plan to remove this portion of track. (Enterprise photo — Lou Reuter)

Judge requests more information in railroad lawsuit

MALONE — The judge presiding over a lawsuit filed against the state by the Adirondack Railway Preservation Society requested more information from lawyers on certain issues at a hearing Monday morning. Franklin County Judge Robert Main Jr. did not give a timeframe for ...

An Adirondack Scenic Railroad train makes one of its last runs of the year — and possibly ever — through North Country Community College’s Saranac Lake campus en route to Lake Placid Oct. 22. The state is working on securing legal use or ownership of railroad corridor land parcels at NCCC.
(Enterprise photo — Morgan Ryan)

State works with owners on rail trail parcels in question

RAY BROOK — The state has reached agreement with the owners of several land parcels in a railroad corridor, mostly resolving an ownership issue, according to a group charged with planning a 34-mile trail to replace the railroad between Lake Placid and Tupper Lake. Notes from the ...