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Adirondacks Face Rail and Land Issues

  • Aired: 10/11/2013
  • 26:46
  • Rating: NR
We travel to the Adirondacks to look at issues facing the area. First we examine the Remsen-Lake Placid Rail Corridor where opinion is split on what to do with the historic line. One group wants an 81 mile stretch to be made into a multi-use recreational trail while another wants to restore the line. Also, we look at Proposition 4, a land swap between the state and residents around Raquette Lake.
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Travel to the Adirondacks to take a look at two big issues facing the area.
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