The way it appeared to us was that the neighbors were looking for clarification from Mohonk Preserve and PIPC about the use of the pavilion and PIPC and Mohonk Preserve really danced around the issue. Jim Hall is particularly curt to the point of being nasty and often brings up that the PIPC does not have to follow local zoning. All the while Glenn Hoagland and Ron Knapp sit there nodding their heads. Again we're not sure why the campground just can't be placed on the north side of 299. This would eliminate any trespass, light pollution and place the campsites far away from these neighbors. It would also eliminate the issue of people having to cross 299 to access the Mohonk Preserve.

Thanks, MPNA
The MPNA is an advocacy group for adjacent neighbors of the Mohonk Preserve. In the event of a dispute with the Mohonk Preserve, we can offer assistance in obtaining experts in the following areas; Surveying, Lawyers, Title, expert witnesses, ancient document research, and Maps.