Giles recognized for work with housing needs

At its May meeting, the Adirondack Park Agency recognized Beth Gilles for her work with the Lake Champlain-Lake George Regional Planning Board and its “Building Balanced Communities for the North Country Plan,” which identifies 10 initiatives to meet the housing needs of the region with an emphasis on workforce retention. For over 14 years, Gilles has worked with the LCLGRPB to promote sustainable economic development. Pictured from left to right: APA Deputy Director for Planning Megan Phillips, Office of Community Renewal President Crystal Loffler, LCLGRPB Director Beth Gilles, APA Board Chair John Ernst, APA Executive Director Barbara Rice, and North Country Region Governor’s Regional Representative Alison Webbinaro. (Provided photo — Adirondack Park Agency)


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