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Richard Frisbie <[log in to unmask]>
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A LISTSERV list for discussions pertaining to New York State history." <[log in to unmask]>
Tue, 3 Apr 2007 11:41:34 -0400
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Dear Philip Terrie
I heard a report of it on WAMC - yesterday, I think. Check www.wamc.org
Hope that helps
> Colleagues,
> Has anyone seen a printed notice in the last few days concerning the 
> consummation of a complicated land deal involving about 260,000 acres of 
> International Paper Co. Lands in the Adirondacks?  The state and IP 
> reached an agreement about purchase of fee title and/or easements a 
> couple of years ago, but it was held up when some of the towns exercised 
> their veto rights as provided for in the law creating the Environmental 
> Protection Fund in 1993.  In the meantime, IP sold the land (encumbered 
> with the easements) to Lyme Timber Co. of Hanover, New Hampshire.  I 
> have been told orally that the deal was to be finally completed last 
> Wednesday, but I can't find any published reports.  If you have seen 
> anything, would you please supply name and date of paper?
> thanks,
> phil

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