LP officials propose new zoning laws for resort developers

But he said his family shouldn't have to apply to the review board to change their property back to planned development.

Lussi said that his family had filed maps and plans with the village and town that should have prompted planners to consider the properties a preexisting planned development district.

The properties in question are located on the eastern shore of Mirror Lake on the former site of the Lake Placid Club, a famous turn-of-the-century social club. One of the remaining club buildings is located on Mirror Lake Drive and was used as a dormitory for the Lake Placid Club.

Both the village and the town must approve a zoning amendment. A joint public hearing on the proposed change will be held at 4 p.m. Tuesday, June 28 in the North Elba Town Hall.

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