Faster auction sales sought
Legislators in Franklin County seek to alter a policy that gives the DEC six months to decide if it wants foreclosed parcels for its Forest Preserve.
- CATS to help make trails for dogs The organization that has established a network of hiking, snowshoeing and other paths in the Adirondacks is teaming up with the North Country SPCA in Elizabethtown on the project.
- Fall foliage gaining brilliance Some points in the Adirondacks expect close to 50 percent color change by this weekend.
- Johns Brook project to restore natural flow Emergency work after Tropical Storm Irene helped protect property in Keene Valley; the effort going on now will help prevent future flooding.
- Town of Essex gains $3.1 million for water project Environmental Facilities Corp. includes Lake Champlain town in drinking water funding allocation.
- Trees begin to turn around the region Expect as much as 15 percent of foliage to start showing autumn colors by this weekend.
Funding for some stream gauges restored
Two North Country devices, used to gather information to forecast flooding in Perry's Mills on the Great Chazy River and one on the Little Ausable River near Valcour, will continue to operate.
Water level affects lamprey treatment
Putnam Creek in Crown Point is too low for effective lampricide dispersal so has been moved from today to Sept. 24.
Adirondack Council head seeks compromise
Willie Janeway tells the Essex County Board of Supervisors he wants to see a new age of reason.
Rabies baits being dropped in area
Packets designed to help vaccinate wildlife.
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