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Long Pond Tract
Towns of Colton and Clare,
St. Lawrence County, N.Y.

Six Hunting and Fishing Camps to Remain
APA Permit to Create Six Lots from 18,896 Acres
(37 Camps to be Destroyed)

September 9, 2004 APA Meeting
Waters Edge
Old Forge, N.Y.

Photos by Peter J. LaGrasse

Nine photos of slide presentation at APA meeting, including photos of all six hunting and fishing camps to remain, one on each 2,700-acre to 3,600-acre lot; map diagram of the 30 sq. mile tract; and APA official Mark Sengenberger making the presentation.

Birch Brook Club (existing camp #2)
Proposed Lot #1 - 2,741 acres
Peter J. LaGrasse photo of APA slide projection.
 

Cold Springs Club (existing camp #37, over 50 years old.)
Proposed Lot #2 - 3,242 acres.
Peter J. LaGrasse photo of APA slide projection.
 

Brunner Hill Club (existing camp #3)
Proposed Lot #3 - 3,581 acres
Peter J. LaGrasse photo of APA slide projection.
 

Selleck's Lower Camp (existing camp #29)
Proposed Lot #4 - 2,974 acres

Selleck's Lower Camp, one of the six camps allowed to remain on the original Long Pond Tract, has a simple outhouse and well. It will be the only permitted camp on a 2,974-acre lot.
Peter J. LaGrasse photo of APA slide projection
 

Blue Pond (existing camp #19)
Proposed Lot #5 - 3,328 acres
Peter J. LaGrasse photo of APA slide projection.
 

Granshue Club (existing camp #11, over 50 years old)
Proposed Lot #6 - 3,078 acres.

Granshue Club, a fifty-plus year old camp that is one of six hunting and fishing camps allowed to remain on the original Long Pond tract. It will be the only permitted camp on a new 3,078-acre lot and has a well, outhouses, two woodsheds, generator shed, and caretaker's cottage.
Peter J. LaGrasse photo of APA slide projection.
 

Granshue Club (existing camp #11, over 50 years old)
Proposed Lot #6 - 3,078 acres.
Peter J. LaGrasse photo of APA slide projection.
 

Map View of Long Pond Tract Subdivision
Showing six lots, each to be allowed to keep only one primitive camp.
Peter J. LaGrasse photo of APA slide projection.
 

Mark Sengenberger, APA Deputy Director of Regulatory Programs
making presentation to the APA commissioners about the
Long Pond Permit Application.
Photo: Peter J. LaGrasse

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