N.Y. Envtl. Conserv. Law § 15-2714 - Additional designations

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In addition to the rivers designated in section 15-2713 of this chapter, the following rivers are included in the system, being classified by the criteria stated in section 15-2707:

1. Wild rivers

a. Cedar river - Approximately seven and three-tenths miles from the outlet of Cedar lakes to a point where a road crosses the river approximately one and one-half miles upstream of Cedar river flow.

b. Kunjamuk river - Approximately eight miles from the outlet of South pond to a fish barrier dam near the southwest boundary of lot 9, township 31, Gorton Tract.

c. Main branch of the Oswegatchie river - Approximately eighteen and one-half miles from the Partlow Mill dam to the southernmost boundary between private and state land at Inlet.

d. Middle branch of the Oswegatchie river - Approximately fourteen and one-half miles from the north boundary of lot 27, Watson's East Triangle to a point one mile downstream of the confluence with Wolf creek.

e. Piseco outlet - Approximately four and one-fifth miles from a point one-half mile east of the route 10 bridge crossing to the confluence with the West Branch of the Sacandaga river.

f. West branch of the Sacandaga river - Approximately nine miles from the source near Silver lake mountain to the Silver lake wilderness boundary near route 10 and approximately two and seven-tenths miles from the confluence with Cow creek to the confluence with Piseco outlet.

g. South branch of West Canada creek - Approximately five and nine-tenths miles from the headwaters near T-Lake falls to a footbridge crossing located approximately one mile upstream of the Floe.

2. Scenic rivers

a. Black river - Approximately seven and eight-tenths miles from the point where Farr road crosses the river to the point where the river intersects the Adirondack park boundary.

b. Bog river - Approximately seven and three-tenths miles from the dam below Hitchins pond to Big Tupper lake.

c. Blue Mountain stream - Approximately nine miles from the outlet of Clear pond to the confluence with Pleasant lake stream.

d. Carmens river - Approximately two and one-quarter miles from its headwaters at the north boundary of Cathedral Pines Park (formerly Camp Wilderness), Suffolk county, southerly to its intersection with the southern boundary of Camp Sobaco (Girl Scout Camp).

e. Carmens river-Approximately two and one-half miles from Yaphank avenue, Suffolk county, southerly to the Concrete Wing dam in Southhaven park.

f. Carmens river-Approximately two and one-half miles from the south side of Sunrise highway, Suffolk county, southerly to the mouth of the river (a line between Long Point and Sandy Point) at its confluence with Great South Bay.

g. Cedar river - Approximately ten miles from a point where a road crosses the river one and one-half miles upstream of Cedar river flow to a point where a southerly extension of the northeast state land boundary of lot 96, township 33, Totten and Crossfield's Purchase, would intersect the river.

h. Deer river - Approximately six and two-tenths miles from the outlet of Deer river flow to a point where the river intersects the Adirondack park boundary.

i. East Canada creek - Approximately twenty and nine-tenths miles from Powley Place to a point at which the creek intersects the Adirondack park boundary near Sprite creek at the southwest corner of lot 45, town of Oppenheim, Lott and Low's Patent.

i-1. The Genesee river within Letchworth State Park.

j. Middle branch of the Grasse river - Approximately fourteen and one-half miles from the confluence of Blue Mountain stream and Pleasant lake stream to the confluence of the South Branch of the Grasse river.

k. North branch of the Grasse river - Approximately twenty-five and four-tenths miles from the outlet of Church pond to a point where the North Branch intersects the Adirondack park boundary.

l. South Branch of the Grasse river - Approximately thirty-five and two-tenths miles from the outlet of Center pond to the confluence with the outlet of Allen pond, and approximately three and seven-tenths miles from the most southerly point where the South Branch of the Grasse river intersects the Adirondack park boundary, north to the confluence with the Middle Branch of the Grasse river.

m. Independence river - Approximately twenty-six miles from the outlet of Little Independence pond to the point where the Sperryville bridge crosses the river.

n. Jordan river - Approximately eighteen miles from the outlet of Marsh pond to Carry Falls reservoir.

o. Kunjamuk river - Approximately ten and four-tenths miles from a fish barrier dam near the southwest boundary of lot 9, township 31, Gorton Tract, to the confluence with the Sacandaga river.

p. Long Pond outlet - Approximately sixteen miles from the outlet of Long pond to the confluence with the West Branch of the St. Regis river.

q. Marion river - Approximately five miles from the outlet of Utowana lake to Raquette lake.

r. Main branch of the Moose river - Approximately fifteen and four-fifths miles from the confluence of the South and Middle Branches of the Moose river to a point where the Main Branch intersects the Adirondack park boundary.

s. South branch of the Moose river - Approximately fourteen and two-fifths miles from the west boundary of state land near Rock dam to the east boundary of state land north of Woodhull mountain.

s-1. North Branch of the Moose river - Approximately six miles from the outlet of Big Moose lake to the confluence with the outlet of Goose Pond.

s-2. Nissequogue river - Approximately one and four-tenths miles from the dam at the outlet of New Mill Pond to the pedestrian bridge south of Route 25/25A including its tributaries and ponds identified as P288 Phillips Millpond, P289 Willow Pond, P290 Upper Vail Pond, P291 Webster Pond, and P291a Lower Vail Pond on a certain map titled "Official Classifications - Surface Waters of Western Suffolk County," published by the water resources council and prepared by the New York state department of health.

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