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APRAP town-by-town breakdown

Over 25 percent of the Indian Lake work force is employed in educational, health and social services. 18 percent work in construction.

In 2007, 65.6 percent of Indian Lake private property was owned by individuals with addresses outside of the Adirondack Park.

An average acre costs $25,243.

Minerva:

The population has increased to 793 in 2006, up from 681 in 1950.

The median age is 41.6 years, up from 39.3 in 1990.

The median household income has declined to $38,938 in 2000. It was $40,542 in 1990.

47 households were at or below the poverty line in 2000.

24.1 percent of the workforce is employed in educational, health or social services. Nearly 15 percent is employed in recreational or entertainment industries.

50 percent of private property is owned by individuals with addresses outside of the park.

The average residential acre costs $8,809.

Newcomb:

The population of Newcomb has consistently declined over the past 50 years. In 2006, there were 478 Newcomb residents, down from 1,212 in 1950.

The median age of a Newcomb resident is 51.4 years.

The median household income was $41,125 in 2000, down from $48,763 in 1990.

114 residents had less then a high school diploma in 200. 150 were high school graduates and 76 had Bachelor's Degrees.

The public school population has declined 85 percent.

34.5 percent of the workforce is employed in educational, health or social services, 20.3 percent in public administration.

62 percent of private parcels were owned by individuals with addresses outside of the park in 2007.

The average residential acre costs $62,543.

Long Lake:

The population peaked in 1990 at 930 residents. It was 820 in 2006.

The median age is 47.1 years and household income is $37,275 annually.

In 2000, 187 residents had less than a high school education, 218 had high school diploma and 172 had Bachelor's Degrees.

Over 22 percent of the workforce is employed in recreation and entertainment and 20.4 percent in education, health or social services.

47 households are classified as being impoverished.

Over 71 percent of private property is owned by individuals with addresses outside of the park.

The average residential acre cost $31,685 in 2007.

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