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For Immediate Release: November 2, 2022

Keith P. McKeever | keith.mckeever@apa.ny.gov 
Public Information Officer | Adirondack Park Agency | Press Office | (518) 891-4050

Weekly APA Public Comment Periods Announcement

RAY BROOK, NY – The Adirondack Park Agency is accepting public comment on projects currently under review. The public is encouraged to go to the Agency’s website found at www.apa.ny.gov and click the Public Comment and Hearing Opportunities link found in the News & Activities information box.

The link will direct the public to the Requests for Public Comment page where more information is located. In addition, the public will find an option to electronically submit a comment for the posted projects.

Presently, the Agency is accepting comments on the following proposed projects:

- New commercial sand and gravel mine in the Town of Elizabethtown, Essex County - Shoreline variance request for the construction of a single-family dwelling in the Town of Ticonderoga, Essex County

- Three-lot subdivision in the Town of Tupper Lake, Franklin County

- Construction of a new 85-foot-tall telecommunications tower in the Town of Indian Lake, Hamilton County

- Demolition of existing mining equipment and structures at the former Republic Steel Mineville #7 complex in the Town of Moriah, Essex County

- Reconstruction of an existing 46kV electric transmission line in the Towns of Long Lake, Arietta and Long Lake, Hamilton County

- Replacement and expansion of an existing on-site wastewater treatment system within 100 feet of wetlands in the Town of Webb, Herkimer County

- Installation of temporary telecommunication infrastructure in the Town of North Hudson, Essex County

- Installation of new utility pole in the Town of Ticonderoga, Essex County

- Four-lot subdivision in the Town of Parishville, St. Lawrence County

- Replacement and realignment of NYS Route 28 bridge crossing south inlet of Raquette in the Town of Arietta, Hamilton County

The mission of the Adirondack Park Agency is to protect the public and private resources of the Adirondack Park through the exercise of the powers and duties of the Agency as provided by law.