RAY BROOK - State Adirondack Park Agency commissioners will look at the past, present and future of the Adirondack Park State Land Master plan at their meeting here next week.
The agency's Public Awareness and Communications Committee, which was created last year, and the State Land Committee will hold a joint meeting to highlight the 40th anniversary of the implementation of the State Land Master Plan at 9:30 a.m. on Thursday, June 14. Peter S. Paine Jr., William H. Kissel, Neil F. Woodworth, Michael G. DiNunzio and Robert K. Davies will discuss the plan's origins and evolution, as well as current and future management issues for the Forest Preserve.
Among other business during the agency's two-day meeting, APA Executive Director Terry Martino will deliver her monthly report at 9 a.m. Thursday.
Later at 1 p.m., the full agency will convene for a Community Spotlight presentation featuring town of Newcomb Supervisor George Canon.
State Department of Environmental Conservation staff will deliver remarks regarding recreational use statistics in the Park at 2 p.m. DEC staff will also present the Second Pond Boat Launch Unit Management Plan and reclassification proposal with a request to proceed to public hearing.
On Friday Morning at 9 a.m., the Regulatory Programs Committee will determine approvability for a proposed meat processing facility to be located in the town of Ticonderoga, Essex County.
At 10 a.m., the Local Government Services Committee will hear a status report on local land-use controls in the Park and review implemented APA-approved Local Land Use Programs.
At 11 a.m., the full agency will assemble to take action as necessary, and the meeting will conclude with committee reports, public and member comment.
The meeting will be webcast live and meeting materials are available for download from the agency's website, www.apa.ny.gov.