I’m in the throes of preparing an in-depth report on economic aspects of the proposed Adirondack Club and Resort in Tupper Lake.
But the headlines this week have focused on another big Adirondack project, the North Creek “Front Street” resort, which was approved by the Adirondack Park Agency a couple of years ago.
This is from Jon Alexander’s report in the Glens Falls Post Star.
The [Johnsburg] Planning Board is seeking an investigation of the Frontstreet project and alleging numerous unspecified zoning violations. The board has drafted a letter asking the town zoning enforcement officer to undertake the investigation.
“There are potentially several illegal zoning actions the Planning Board wants investigated,” town Councilman Ron Vanselow said Tuesday.
Meanwhile, Johnsburg has notified Front Street developers, and the backers of another resort project called Tall Timber that their development permits have “expired.”
There continue to be high hopes in North Creek that the Front Street project will tie into the Ski Bowl area and Gore Mountain, forming a popular new destination.
Read the full article, including the developer’s response, here. You can check out NCPR’s most recent report on Front Street’s woes here.