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Sign at Adirondack Park Agency headquarters in Ray Brook (Business photo – Andy Flynn)

RAY BROOK – The New York State Adirondack Park Agency will be holding its monthly meeting on Thursday, July 15. In accordance with new health and safety guidelines, the Board of Directors will meet in person.

While there is a limited seating capacity at Ray Brook’s corporate headquarters, the public can also attend the meeting by accessing the live webcast. Please go to and use the link for the live webcast in the News & Events section.

Thursday at noon, the whole agency will meet for the monthly report from Executive Director Terry Martino.

At 12:15 p.m., the Regulatory Programs Committee will consider granting a permit to Parkview Development for the construction of a mixed-use building in the village of Saranac Lake that would include professional offices and six residential units. In addition, the proposal includes the construction of a four-storey residential building containing 63 residential units. The project includes on-site parking with vehicle and pedestrian access to Broadway and Depot Street. The development would be served by municipal water and sewer infrastructure. The project site is in the town of Harrietstown, Franklin County.

The committee will also consider a proposal from the Homestead Development Corporation for a proposed residential project just outside the village limits of Lake Placid. The applicant has requested approval for the construction of six two-bedroom single-family dwellings and four multi-family dwellings. Multi-family dwellings would consist of four dwellings with two bedrooms each. The development would be served by municipal water, wastewater and electrical infrastructure. The project site is located off Wesvalley Road in the town of North Elba, in the county of Essex.

At 2 p.m., the agency will meet to take any necessary action and hear comments from members and the Local Government Review Board.

At 3 p.m., the Compliance Committee will come to hear proceedings regarding an alleged violation of the agency’s shoreline withdrawal requirements. The alleged violation occurred in the town of Long Lake, Hamilton County.

To view the meeting documents, download them from the APA website at: All meeting documents will remain in electronic format. For anyone wishing to submit a general comment in accordance with the Agency’s Meeting Public Comment Policy, please email it to: [email protected]

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