The state Adirondack Park Agency won't convene for its regular meeting this month.
APA Chairman Curt Stiles canceled the June meeting due to an absence of action items requiring a vote by the board of commissioners.
"Due to a combination of factors including project timing and increased opportunities for Agency staff determinations, there are no action items that require an Agency board vote this month," Stiles said, adding that he anticipates a "very busy" meeting in July.
The APA's executive director, Terry Martino, says the cancellation of this month's meeting will result in a "significant cost savings" for the Agency.
"Staff will be able to remain focused on a full slate of complicated and demanding projects," she said.
Martino says the APA is making gains in efficiency.
Agency spokesman Keith McKeever says the ongoing adjudicatory hearings on the proposed Adirondack Club & Resort did not play into the decision to cancel the June meeting.
The Agency will convene for its July meeting on July 14 and July 15 at its headquarters in Ray Brook.