Video begins with legislators Maurice Hinchey and Peter Grannis publicly presenting their newly passed bill for the protection of the Adirondacks; after their speeches, the legislators take questions from reporters. The end of the tape features speeches by Assemblyman Hinchey and other legislators on the occasion of the Adirondack Park's 100th anniversary. Poor audio quality. Audio cuts in and out.
New York State Archives. New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. Assemblyman (1975-1992 : Maurice D. Hinchey). Adirondack Park centennial meeting and background files, 1988-1992. L0198-93. Box 1.;VHS; color; sound
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