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Mountain Club rejects Cathead land swap

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A proposed land swap between a local hunting club and the state that would reopen the Cathead Mountain trail has been rejected by a key environmental group. The Adirondack Mountain Club’s board Saturday voted to oppose the legislation, which would allow the land swap through a state constitutional amendment. The measure, sponsored by state Sen. Betty Little, R‑Glens Falls, and Assemblywoman Teresa Sayward, R‑Willsboro, would have to be approved by two consecutive sessions of the ...


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