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ICYMI: opinion pieces on ACR
April 9, 2012 - Jessica Collier
In case you missed it, here's the Enterprise's editoral published in this weekend's paper about why the lawsuit against the state and ACR developers should be dismissed.
The ADE editorial board, which consists of Enterprise Editor Peter Crowley and Publisher Cathy Moore (not me), argues that all the arguments have already been made and the developers were given the permit after the arguments were examined, and that delays could be a problem for the economy of Tupper Lake. They also say it's telling that only one of the groups and three of the individuals out of the many who signed on as questioning parties through the adjudication have joined the suit, plus the Sierra Club, which wasn't in on the adjudication.
They also argue that there are conflicts of interest and ulterior motives at play with some of those parties. We also ran Dan McClelland's opinion piece Friday, which ran as his editorial last week, about how the Harrisons built a home on Rock Island, which previously had nothing on it, and because of that they should allow other people to build things in places that are now pristine. The ADE's editorial board uses that as an example of conflicts of interest and/or ulterior motives.
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