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FORGING a TRAIL to RECREATION

A Rails to Trails presentation at the Saranac Lake Village Board meeting marks the next phase of efforts by the group to remove track from the rail corridor betweenSaranacLakeand Old Forge… AUDIO – 072412 – ARTA Presents ideas to Saranac Lake Village Board  The final call on rails to trails is made by Andrew Cuomo…

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TALK OF THE TOWN – 07/12/12

A short program today – reporting on ARTA’s public meeting went long which shortened Talk of the Town -

AUDIO – 071212 – Talk of the Town

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ARTA Says “We Need the People”

A newly released “Trail Development Plan” says a “parallel path betweenSaranacLakeandTupperLakeis impractical and unaffordable; even if necessary permits to fill wetlands and expand causeways could be obtained.” The Report is presented to a group of about 100 onlookers at theHarrietstownTown HallinSaranacLakeon Wednesday evening. Knoch argues in his report that phase one of the Rail to…

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ARTA Unveils new Study Today at 5pm 07/11/12

AUDIO – 071112 – ARTA PRESENTS RESEARCH RESULTSl

 The next big step toward creating a 90-mile recreational trail between Lake Placid and Old Forge will be taken at a public meeting at 5-7 p.m. on Wednesday, July 11 at the Harrietstown Town Hall in Saranac Lake. Those interested in the recreational and economic development of the region are urged to attend. Here’s the audio of the story which I presented at 11:06am regarding tonight’s meeting. It includes Audio of a discussion with Dick Beamish who is a member of ARTA and a Recreational Trail Advocate.

Here is more text and yesterday’s story http://www.wnbz.com/2012/07/10/arta-to-present-new-report/

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