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Q & A: Adirondack Council head cites need to promote tourism

“We have beautiful local communities where people are warm and welcoming to outsiders,” says Brian L. Houseal, executive director of the Adirondack Council. “We are an outdoor recreation mecca within a day’s drive of 70 [million] to 80 million people along the Northeast corridor.”
“We have beautiful local communities where people are warm and welcoming to outsiders,” says Brian L. Houseal, executive director of the Adirondack Council. “We are an outdoor recreation mecca within a day’s drive of 70 [million] to 80 million people along the Northeast corridor.”
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Brian L. Houseal knows the Adirondacks. He knows nice places to visit and can make recommendations for recreation. He knows the ecological state of the Adirondack Park and is hopeful for the community’s future. Pennsylvania native Houseal, 61, has learned about the lakes, towns and people of the 6.1-million-acre park as executive director of the Adirondack Council in Elizabethtown. He’s led the group for 10 years and this fall will step down as head of ...


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