Busy agenda for Adirondack Park Agency monthly meeting
RAY BROOK — The Adirondack Park Agency will hold its monthly meeting at its headquarters in Ray Brook on Thursday to talk about telecommunication towers, timber cutting and to welcome a new diversity director.
The Regulatory Programs Committee will consider approving a proposed 90-foot-tall self-supporting monopole telecommunication tower concealed with a simulated tree in Elizabethtown at 10 a.m.
The committee will consider a timber harvest plan submitted by the Lyme Timber Company for lands in Arietta and Lake Pleasant, Hamilton County.
The Park Planning and Policy Committee will welcome Nicole Hylton-Patterson, director of the newly established Adirondack Diversity Initiative. She will provide an overview of ADI focusing on their first six-month strategies and goals.
The Local Government Services Committee will review and consider authorizing proposed amendments to the Town of Indian Lake’s Local Land Use Program at 11:45 a.m. The proposed Town Ordinance builds upon the foundation of the Indian Lake’s existing code and stems from a 2017 plan to look at areas in the code in need of improvement or clarification.
The Public Awareness and Communication Committee will be briefed by state Department of Environmental Conservation staff on the 2019 Smart Growth Grant program at 1:15 p.m.