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The numbers just don’t add up

July 30, 2015 After reading the recent story in the Adirondack Daily Enterprise about the decision the Department of Environmental Conservation in Albany has made on the rail corridor from Lake Placid to Tupper... more »»

 
 
 
We want the trail

July 28, 2015 To the editor: Beaver River is the only community between Big Moose and Tupper Lake; 100 percent of the residences want the trail, need the trail and wholeheartedly believe the trail would be the... more »»

What Carl didn’t tell us

July 21, 2015 On Saturday, July 11, Carl Knoch had a Guest Commentary in the Enterprise. more »»

What evidence supports a long-distance scenic railroad?

July 15, 2015 New York state has proposed expanded scenic railroad operations on 86 miles of the 119-mile Remsen-Lake Placid Travel Corridor. more »»

Keep the train tracks

July 15, 2015 To the editor: In response to many ad-nauseum letters from Mr. more »»

Full speed ahead with new trail

July 11, 2015 As chairman of the York County Rail Trail Authority in Pennsylvania, which developed a 21-mile recreational trail that registers a quarter-million visits annually, I applaud New York state’s plan to... more »»

Thank you, Gov. Cuomo

July 10, 2015 Open letter to Gov. more »»

Family fun on rail bike

July 9, 2015 To the editor: We wanted to say a big thank-you to the new company, Rail Explorers USA, operating out of Saranac Lake’s Union Depot and Charlie’s Inn in Lake Clear for a great rail bike tour this... more »»

Big boost for Tupper

July 9, 2015 To the editor: Thank you, Gov. more »»

How is rail bike idea that different from ARTA plan?

July 7, 2015 To the editor: The recent Enterprise story on rail bikes was interesting and looked like a lot of fun. more »»

We can’t afford purely political decisions

July 7, 2015 To the editor: The latest news of the Adirondack rail trail/railroad controversy is a “compromise” between the 11,000-plus supporters of Adirondack Recreational Trail Advocates, nearly every town... more »»

Oh! Another rail trail?

July 6, 2015 To the editor: Here we are with two friends who tolerated a couple of hours walking on this empty rail trail in Cambridge, Vermont, below Stowe and Smuggler’s Notc. more »»

What about empty train cars?

July 6, 2015 To the editor: I had to chuckle after reading the letter from Chiprle Mecklenburg in the June 23 issue of the Enterprise. A picture of an empty rail trail parking lot was include. more »»

Why we sued the state to get the tracks made safe

June 30, 2015 As president of the Lake Colby Association, I want to clarify why we chose to file a suit demanding repairs and inspections before trains try to cross our causeway. more »»

Wrong move on rail corridor

June 27, 2015 An open letter to Dawn Klemm (New York State Department of Transportation) and John Schmid (New York State Department of Environmental Conservation) Re: public comment, proposed 2015 Remsen-Lake... more »»

Oh good, another railroad-grade trail

June 23, 2015 To the editor: Each time we take a trip, I take pics of the local rail trail. They are everywhere. Found this one a couple of weeks ago on a beautiful May day near Greer, Arizona. more »»

DEC is right — rail with trail isn’t possible

June 22, 2015 To the editor: In today’s front-page story, representatives of Trails with Rails Action Committee complain that the Department of Environmental Conservation too summarily dismissed their plan for a... more »»

State strikes a good rail/trail compromise

June 20, 2015 The great Adirondack rail/trail debate has been the Park’s most divisive dilemma of the last few years. more »»

Is Adirondack Scenic Railroad expansion a good public investment?

June 17, 2015 New York state has called for converting the 34-mile section of rail corridor connecting Lake Placid and Tupper Lake into a year-round recreation trail that will be a major tourist destination and... more »»

The glass is half full

June 16, 2015 It is now over five years that Adirondack Recreational Trail Advocates and the towns and villages along the way have tried to get something, anything, done with the virtually abandoned Remsen-Lake... more »»

 
 

 

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