Rail-trail debate (news)

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...