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State mustn’t allow massive clear-cutting in Adirondack forests

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State mustn’t allow massive clear-cutting in Adirondack forests In a unanimous vote Nov. 15, the state agency charged with protecting the natural resources of the Adirondack Park on behalf of all New Yorkers agreed to send out for public comment a new policy to greatly accelerate the clear-cutting of forests in the 6 million-acre Adirondack Park. A decision is expected no later than January. If adopted, the new general permit will create a fast-track process ...


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wmarincic
December 16, 2012
7:09 a.m.

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Wanda E. Hunter thank you, that is the problem now days, people think that they are above the rules and regulations or more likely somebody in that organization dropped the ball and did not fill out the paperwork. I started a youth group some years ago in Schenectady Vale and we used the Toys For Tots the first few years that I was involved, there is a process that needs to be complete and it should be started early. Thank you again for your service and help with this program.

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