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From the beginning in 2005, he proved unable to win the trust of his neighbors, including abutters of Oval Wood Dish who happen to provide much of Tupper Lake’s drinking water.

and the Residents' Committee to Protect the Adirondacks, Inc., not-for-profit corporations whose purposes include protection of the Adirondack Park's environment.

Since "[t]he entire set of activities or steps must be considered the action" (6 NYCRR 617.3 [g]), and the zoning enacted here was solely for and coextensive with the proposed project, the Board correctly viewed it as only one step in a single action which is subject to the APA's review (see Matter of Defreestville Area Neighborhoods Assn. Thus, even if it had been possible, coordination of the Board's review with the APA was not shown to be needed to assure full environmental review.

Since the rezoning enacted by the Board would not permit another project or landowner to make a use permitted in the PDD without environmental review by the APA, Supreme Court correctly concluded that SEQRA review by the Town was not needed to preclude such a possibility, and a judicial mandate of such review under these circumstances would be burdensome and duplicative with no foreseeable benefit. In light of the unique and circumscribed facts of this case, we agree with the majority's ultimate conclusion.

Respondents Preserve Associates, LLC, Big Tupper, LLC and Tupper Lake Boat Club, LLC are potential developers of a project consisting of over 6,000 acres of land in the Town of Tupper Lake, Franklin County, which they are purchasing from respondent Nancy Hull Godshall, as trustee of respondent Oval Wood Dish Liquidating Trust (hereinafter collectively referred to as the developers).

The project, known as the Adirondack Club and Resort, is one of the largest ever proposed for New York State's six-million acre Adirondack Park.