Over 200 people will gather in Lake Placid Wednesday to discuss the Adirondacks. This is the 13th year the Common Ground Alliance will bring stakeholders from across the park together to take collective action on park issues.
It’s a diverse group that represents environmental, business, community, non-profit, and government interests. Every year they gather to discuss and make recommendations on issues of common concern.
Eleven topics have been chosen for this year’s daylong discussion including communications infrastructure, clean water, road salt, invasive species and transportation. The results will be included in an annual “Blueprint for the Blue Line” report, which outlines shared policy priorities.
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