Former. Gov. George Pataki has recorded a robocall in support of Proposition 4, one of the six constitutional amendments appearing on next Tuesday’s ballot that would settle a century-old land dispute in the Adirondack Park between the state and residents of a remote commmunity known as Township 40.

The New York League of Conservation Voters is paying for the call, which will be hitting some 300,000 households this weekend. Here’s the script:

“Hi, this is George Pataki, calling you about Proposition 4, which will be on your ballot this Tuesday. If approved, Prop. 4 will add 300 acres of new, forever wild, public forrest land to the Adirondack Park at no cost to taxpayers.”

“By voting yes, you will be preserving the environment and supporting New York’s tourism industry. So, please join me and Vote Yes on Proposition 4. Thank you. Paid for by Vote Yes for Prop 4, a project of the New York League of Conservation Voters.”

Pataki, a moderate Republican, made environmental issues – and land acquistion in the Adirondacks in particular – a focus of his 12-year tenure, so much so that he was sometimes referred to as the “green” governor – a nickname his administration encouraged.

This robocall is the latest step in NYLCV’s pro-Prop. 4 campaign, which also includes voter identification calls, Get-out-the-Vote and Election Day text messaging, and a mobile smartphone site, where New Yorkers can get information and take a poll.