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State acquires more land in Adirondacks, reclassifies land in Catskills

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The state has acquired another 8,451 acres of former Finch Pruyn lands in and around the Adirondacks, Gov. Andrew Cuomo has announced. The latest acquisitions include several parcels in Saratoga County that lie outside the Adirondack Park but previously were owned by Finch Pruyn and have recreational potential. Separately, the state also announced Wednesday the classification for use by hikers and others of 930 acres of the Big Indian parcel recently acquired in the Catskill ...


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