APA to discuss Boreas at monthly meeting

RAY BROOK – The state Adirondack Park Agency will have its first discussion about classification of the Boreas Ponds tract of land at its regular monthly meeting this week.

Thursday morning, the regulatory programs committee will hear about two projects, an extension of an emergency services tower in Saratoga and a private dwelling in Washington County.

After lunch, the state land committee will discus three proposals for classification of the Boreas tract that APA staff has come up with. For more on the APA classification recommendations, read tomorrow’s Enterprise.

After Boreas, the local government services and economic affairs committees will also meet.

The state land committee will meet again Friday morning to continues the Boreas discussion if needed, then the board’s park ecology committee will hear a presentation on the balsam and hemlock woolly adelgid, an invasive insect.

The full agency board will reconvene at 11:15.

To see the agenda for the meeting or to read the mailing package, visit www.apa.ny.gov.


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