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RETRIEVE BILL
 
  § 15-2714. Additional designations.
    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.
    t.  Middle  branch of the Oswegatchie river - Approximately nine miles
  from the outlet of Walker lake to the north boundary of lot 27, Watson's
  East Triangle and approximately fourteen and  two-fifths  miles  from  a
  point  one  mile downstream of the confluence with Wolf Creek to a point
  where the Middle Branch intersects the Adirondack park boundary  at  the
  southeast  boundary  of  lot  993, township of Diana, Macomb's Purchase,
  great tract 4.
    u. West branch of the Oswegatchie river -  Approximately  seven  miles
  from  the outlet of Buck pond to a point approximately one mile upstream
  of Round pond at the point where a foot and  snowmobile  bridge  crosses
  the West Branch.
    v.  Otter brook - Approximately ten miles from the outlet of Lost pond
  to the confluence with the South Branch of the Moose river.
    w. Raquette river - Approximately twenty miles from the outlet of Long
  lake to the confluence with a small stream from the  northeast,  located

  approximately   one   mile   downstream   from   Trombley  Landing,  and
  approximately thirteen and eight-tenths miles from the  confluence  with
  Dead  creek  to a point where the river intersects the north boundary of
  lot 1, township 5, Tannery Lot near Carry Falls reservoir.
    x.  Red  river  -  Approximately  nine and seven-tenths miles from the
  headwaters of the river to the confluence with the South Branch  of  the
  Moose river.
    y.  Rock  river  -  Approximately  six  and nine-tenths miles from the
  O'Neil flow road crossing to the confluence with the Cedar river.
    z. Round lake outlet - Approximately two and seven-tenths  miles  from
  the outlet of Round lake to the confluence with the Bog river.
    aa.  East  branch  of the St. Regis river - Approximately fourteen and
  one-half miles from a point where route 30 crosses the East Branch  near
  Meacham lake, to a point one-half mile upstream from Everton falls.
    bb.  Main  branch  of  the St. Regis river - Approximately fifteen and
  five-tenths miles from a point where a private road to Bay pond  crosses
  the  Main  Branch in lot 16, township 17, Macomb's Purchase, great tract
  1, to the confluence with Balsam brook.
    cc. West branch of the St. Regis  river  -  Approximately  thirty-five
  miles  from  the  outlet  of  Little  Fish pond to a point one-half mile
  downstream from the confluence with Fenner Meadow brook.
    dd. West Canada creek - Approximately seventeen  miles  from  a  point
  where  the  creek  intersects  the state land boundary approximately two
  miles upstream of the Old Mitchell Dam  site,  to  the  route  8  bridge
  crossing near Nobleboro.
    ee. West Stony creek - Approximately seven and seven-tenths miles from
  the Tannery road crossing to the confluence with Hatch brook.
    ff.  Peconic  river  -  Approximately  ten and one-half miles from the
  western boundary of the Red Maple swamp  to  the  Long  Island  railroad
  bridge  between  Connecticut  and Edwards Avenue and approximately three
  miles from Middle Country Road (State Route 25) to the  confluence  with
  the  previously  described  segment of the Peconic including tributaries
  T112-5, T112-6 and T112-7.
    3. Recreational rivers
    a. East branch of the Ausable river - Approximately  twenty-eight  and
  three-tenths  miles  from  St.  Huberts  to the confluence with the West
  Branch.
    b. Main branch of the Ausable river - Approximately  twenty-two  miles
  from  the  confluence of the East and West Branches of the Ausable river
  to Lake Champlain.
    c. West branch of the Ausable river -  Approximately  twenty-nine  and
  one-half miles from the headwaters of the West Branch near Heart lake to
  the confluence with the East Branch.
    d.  Black  river  -  Approximately six and three-fifths miles from the
  outlet of North lake to a point where Farr road crosses the river.
    e. Bouquet river - Approximately forty-seven  and  seven-tenths  miles
  from  the  confluence  with  the North Fork of the Bouquet river to Lake
  Champlain.
    f. Carmens river - Approximately two miles from its intersection  with
  the  southern  boundary  of  Camp Sobaco (Girl Scout Camp), southerly to
  Yaphank Avenue, Suffolk  county.  However,  the  rules  and  regulations
  applicable  to recreational rivers as set forth in title twenty-seven of
  this law shall not apply to any lands  or  structures  included  in  the
  proposed  Yaphank  historic  district.  This exclusion shall take effect
  only upon the creation of said Yaphank historic district.
    g. Carmens river - Approximately one mile southerly from the  Concrete
  Wing dam in Southaven park, Suffolk county, to Sunrise highway.

    h.  Cedar  river  - Approximately eleven miles from a point at which a
  southerly extension of the northeast state land boundary parallel to the
  southwest boundary of lot  96,  township  33,  Totten  and  Crossfield's
  Purchase  would intersect the river to the southwest boundary of lot 82,
  township 17, Totten and Crossfield's Purchase.
    i.  Connetquot river - Approximately five and three-fourths miles from
  Johnson Avenue, Suffolk county, south to the Sunrise highway.
    j. South branch of the Grasse river - Approximately five and one-fifth
  miles from the confluence with the outlet of  Allen  pond  to  the  most
  southerly  point  where  the South Branch intersects the Adirondack park
  boundary.
    k. Hudson river - Approximately twelve and seven-tenths miles from the
  confluence with the Opalescent river to a point where route 28N  crosses
  the Hudson river at Newcomb and approximately forty-five and nine-tenths
  miles  from a point one mile north of North river to the confluence with
  the Sacandaga river.
    l. Independence river - Approximately one-half mile from a point where
  the Sperryville bridge crosses the river to  a  point  where  the  river
  intersects the Adirondack park boundary.
    m.  Indian river - Approximately eight and three-tenths miles from the
  outlet of Indian lake to the confluence with the Hudson river.
    m-1. Middle Branch of the Moose river --  Approximately  thirteen  and
  four-tenths miles from the confluence with the North Branch of the Moose
  river to the confluence with the South Branch of the Moose river.
    m-2.  North  Branch of the Moose river -- Approximately thirteen miles
  from the confluence with the outlet of Goose Pond to the confluence with
  the Middle Branch of the Moose river.
    n. Main branch of  the  Oswegatchie  river  -  Approximately  two  and
  three-tenths  miles  from  the southernmost boundary between private and
  state land at Inlet to Wanakena.
    o. West branch of  the  Oswegatchie  river  -  Approximately  six  and
  one-tenth  miles  from  a point approximately one mile upstream of Round
  pond at the point where a foot and snowmobile bridge  crosses  the  West
  Branch  to  a  point  where  the  river  intersects  the Adirondack park
  boundary.
    p. Raquette river - Approximately twenty-two miles from the outlet  of
  Raquette  lake  to  the  outlet of Long lake and approximately seventeen
  miles from the confluence of the Raquette river and a small stream  from
  the  northeast,  at  a  point  approximately  one  mile  downstream from
  Trombley landing to the confluence with Dead creek.
    q. Rock river - Approximately one and one-fifth miles from the  outlet
  of lake Durant to the O'Neil flow road crossing.
    r.  East  branch  of  the  St.  Regis  river  -  Approximately six and
  one-tenth miles from a point one-half mile upstream of Everton falls  to
  the confluence with the Main Branch of the St. Regis river.
    s. Main branch of the St. Regis river - Approximately seven miles from
  the St. Regis Church to a point where a private road to Bay pond crosses
  the  Main  Branch in lot 16, township 17, Macomb's Purchase, great tract
  1, and approximately eighteen miles  from  the  confluence  with  Balsam
  brook  to  a  point  at  which  the river intersects the Adirondack park
  boundary.
    t. West branch of  the  St.  Regis  river  -  Approximately  five  and
  one-half  miles  from a point one-half mile downstream of the confluence
  with Fenner Meadow brook to a point where the West Branch intersects the
  Adirondack park boundary.
    u. East branch of the Sacandaga river - Approximately  fourteen  miles
  from  a  point  approximately  one-half  mile  above  Cook  brook to the
  confluence with the Main Branch of the Sacandaga river.

    v. Main branch of the Sacandaga river - Approximately thirty-one miles
  from the outlet of Lake Pleasant to the inlet of Great Sacandaga lake.
    w.  West  branch  of  the  Sacandaga  river  -  Approximately  ten and
  three-fifths miles from the Silver lake  wilderness  boundary  near  the
  most  upstream route 10 bridge crossing to the confluence with Cow creek
  and approximately seven and two-tenths  miles  from  the  confluence  of
  Dugway  creek  to  the  confluence with the Main Branch of the Sacandaga
  river.
    x. Salmon river - Approximately twelve and three-tenths miles from the
  outlet of Elbow ponds to  the  point  where  the  river  intersects  the
  Adirondack park boundary.
    y.  Main  branch  of  the  Saranac  river  -  Approximately  sixty and
  two-fifths miles from the outlet of Upper  Saranac  lake  to  the  point
  where the river intersects the Adirondack park boundary.
    z. Schroon river - Approximately sixty-six and seven-tenths miles from
  the  outlet  of  the  former  Dead Water pond to the confluence with the
  Hudson river.
    aa. West Canada creek - Approximately eleven miles from  the  route  8
  bridge crossing near Nobleboro to the Harvey road bridge crossing.
    bb.  South  branch  of  West  Canada  creek  -  Approximately nine and
  seven-tenths miles from the footbridge crossing one mile upstream of The
  Floe to the confluence with the Main Branch of West Canada creek.
    cc. West Stony creek - Approximately six miles from  the  Persch  road
  crossing  to  the  Tannery  road  crossing  and  approximately  two  and
  seven-tenths  miles  from  the  confluence  with  Hatch  brook  to   the
  confluence with the Main Branch of the Sacandaga river.
    dd.  Ramapo  river  -- Approximately three and one-half miles from the
  Orange county line to the site of an abandoned power dam in  the  hamlet
  of Ramapo.
    ee.  Nissequogue  river - Approximately one and four-tenths miles from
  state route 347 to the dam at the outlet of New Mill Pond including  its
  tributaries  identified  as  P292-1  to  Brooksite Drive and two unnamed
  tributaries P292-2 and P292-3, and approximately  five  miles  from  the
  pedestrian  walkway  and  dam  at the outlet of Phillips Millpond to its
  confluence with Long Island sound including its  tributaries  and  ponds
  connected  therewith,  specifically  described  as T-62 on a certain map
  entitled "Official Classifications-Surface  Waters  of  Western  Suffolk
  County",  prepared  by  the  New  York  state  department  of health and
  published by the water resources council.
    ff. Shawangunk Kill river - From  the  border  of  Ulster  and  Orange
  counties to its confluence with the Wallkill river.
    gg.  Peconic  river  -  Approximately five and one-half miles from the
  Long Island railroad bridge between Connecticut and  Edwards  Avenue  to
  Grangabel  Park  dam  in  Riverhead  and  approximately two miles of the
  Little River (tributary T112-1) from and including Wildwood Lake to  its
  confluence with the Peconic.
    hh.  Fall  Creek from the southern boundary of Cayuga Lake to the west
  face of the foot bridge running across Fall Creek, which foot bridge  is
  located  between Thurston Avenue on the west and Beebe Lake on the east.
  The boundaries of the river corridor shall be defined as follows:
    DESCRIPTION OF NORTHERN BOUNDARY OF FALL CREEK RIVER CORRIDOR
  Beginning at a point at the intersection  of  the  high  water  mark  of
  Cayuga Lake, on the southerly boundary of Cayuga Lake, and the northerly
  boundary  of  Fall  Creek, said point being in the northerly boundary of
  Stewart Park; running thence northeasterly along the northerly  boundary
  of  Stewart  Park  to its intersection with the westerly boundary of the
  Lehigh Valley Railroad  right-of-way;  running  thence  in  a  southerly
  direction  along  the  westerly  edge  of  the  Lehigh  Valley  Railroad

  right-of-way approximately  3,450  feet  to  a  point  located  50  feet
  northerly along said railroad from the north bank of Fall Creek; running
  thence  in a southeasterly direction parallel with and 50 feet northerly
  from  the  north bank of Fall Creek crossing Cayuga Street to a point on
  the easterly boundary of Cayuga Street, located  approximately  20  feet
  northerly  from  the  north  bank  of  Fall  Creek, said point being the
  intersection of the easterly boundary of Cayuga Street with the extended
  line of a chain link fence on Ithaca School  District  property  running
  approximately   parallel   with   Fall   Creek;   running  thence  in  a
  southeasterly direction along the extended line of the chain link  fence
  and  continuing  along  said chain link fence, approximately parallel to
  Fall Creek to the end of the chain link fence; continuing  thence  in  a
  southeasterly direction along the extended line of said chain link fence
  approximately  5 feet to the south line of a sidewalk which runs through
  Ithaca School District property approximately parallel with Fall  Creek;
  continuing  thence  along  the  south  line  of  said  sidewalk  to  the
  intersection of the south  line  of  said  sidewalk  with  the  westerly
  boundary  of  Lake  Street;  running thence perpendicular to Lake Street
  approximately 50 feet to the  east  boundary  of  Lake  Street;  running
  thence  in  a northwesterly direction along the east line of Lake Street
  approximately 75 feet to a point of the northwest  corner  of  City  Tax
  Parcel  12-1-1;  running  thence  in  an  easterly  direction  along the
  northerly boundary of tax parcel 12-1-1 approximately 250  feet  to  the
  northeast  corner  of  Tax  Parcel 12-1-1; continuing thence on the same
  course along a line shown on Tax Maps Numbers 12 and 11 as a match  line
  and  along the northerly boundary line of Tax Parcel 6-2-1 approximately
  600 feet to the northwest corner of Tax Parcel 11-1-1, said point  being
  located  approximately  12.5 feet westerly from the westerly boundary of
  Stewart Avenue; running thence easterly approximately  12.5  feet  along
  the  north  boundary  of  Tax  Parcel 11-1-1 to the westerly boundary of
  Stewart Avenue; running thence in a southeasterly  direction  along  the
  southwesterly  boundary  of Stewart Avenue approximately 464 feet to the
  southeasterly corner of Tax Parcel 11-1-2; running thence in an easterly
  direction perpendicular to and across Stewart Avenue to a point  in  the
  easterly  line  of Stewart Avenue approximately 25 feet northerly of the
  northerly  boundary  of  the  Stewart  Avenue  bridge;  running   thence
  northerly and easterly along the easterly boundary of Stewart Avenue and
  southerly  boundary  of Fall Creek Drive as it curves to a point located
  approximately 145  feet  southerly  along  Fall  Creek  Drive  from  the
  intersection  of  the  east  boundary  of Fall Creek Drive and the south
  boundary  of  Thurston  Avenue,  said  point  being   located   at   the
  intersection  of  the  easterly  boundary of Fall Creek Drive and a line
  extended westerly being a line 10  feet  southerly  from  the  southerly
  boundary   of   the   tennis   courts  located  southeasterly  from  the
  intersection of Thurston Avenue and Fall  Creek  Drive;  running  thence
  easterly  along  said  extended  line  and  10  feet  southerly from the
  southerly boundary of said tennis courts to  the  intersection  of  said
  line extended easterly and the northeasterly boundary of an asphalt path
  which  runs  southwesterly from Prudence Risley Hall to Thurston Avenue;
  running thence in a southeasterly direction along the northerly boundary
  of said asphalt path to the intersection of said asphalt path  with  the
  westerly boundary of Thurston Avenue; running thence southerly along the
  westerly  boundary  of  Thurston  Avenue  to  a  point  located  25 feet
  northerly from the north edge of  the  gorge;  running  thence  easterly
  parallel  with and 25 feet northerly from the north edge of the gorge to
  its intersection with the line of the west face as extended northerly of
  the foot bridge over the gorge; running thence southerly  to  and  along

  the  west face of said foot bridge to a point in the center line of Fall
  Creek.
    DESCRIPTION OF SOUTHERN BOUNDARY OF FALL CREEK RIVER CORRIDOR
  Beginning  at  a point at the intersection of the high water mark at the
  south end of Cayuga Lake with the east bank  of  Cayuga  Inlet;  running
  thence southerly along the east bank of Cayuga Inlet approximately 1,050
  feet  to a point marking the intersection of the east bank of the Cayuga
  Inlet with the southwest corner of  Tax  Parcel  2-2-1;  running  thence
  easterly  along the south boundary of Tax Parcel 2-2-1 approximately 600
  feet to a point marked by a 2-inch square iron  pin,  said  point  being
  located  approximately 100 feet southwesterly from the west bank of Fall
  Creek; running thence southeasterly approximately 1,290 feet to a  point
  at the east side of the golf course access gate; running thence easterly
  approximately  80  feet to the eastern edge of Pier Road; running thence
  southeasterly along the east edge of Pier Road approximately 950 feet to
  the north edge of a gravel access road which runs to the  Lehigh  Valley
  Railroad right-of-way; running thence southeasterly along the north edge
  of  said  gravel  access road to the westerly right-of-way of the Lehigh
  Valley Railroad; running thence northwesterly along said right-of-way to
  a point located approximately 50 feet southerly from the south  bank  of
  Fall  Creek;  running  thence  southeasterly  parallel  with and 50 feet
  southerly from the south bank of Fall Creek to the west edge of Woodland
  Place, being also the easterly right-of-way line of New York State Route
  13; running thence southwesterly along the east right-of-way line of New
  York State Route 13 and the west side of Woodland Place to  a  point  in
  the  north  boundary  of Tax Parcel 13-1-5; running thence northeasterly
  and southeasterly along the south line of Woodland Place, being also the
  north lines of Tax Parcel Nos. 13-1-5, 13-1-6, and 13-1-7 215.6 feet  to
  the  west  boundary  of North Cayuga Street; continuing thence along the
  same course across Cayuga Street to  a  point  being  the  northwesterly
  corner  of  Tax Parcel No. 5-2-1; running thence southeasterly along the
  northeasterly boundaries of Tax Parcel Nos. 5-2-1, 5-2-6, 5-2-7,  5-2-8,
  5-2-9  and  5-2-10  a  distance  approximately  480 feet to the easterly
  corner of Tax Parcel No. 5-2-10, said point being  the  intersection  of
  the  north  boundary  of East York Street and the west boundary of North
  Tioga Street; running thence northerly along the west boundary of  North
  Tioga  Street  to  the  bank of Fall Creek; running thence southeasterly
  along the bank of Fall Creek to the northwest corner of Tax  Parcel  No.
  12-2-1; running thence southeasterly along the northerly boundary of Tax
  Parcel  Nos.  12-2-1  and 12-2-2 360 feet to the northeast corner of Tax
  Parcel No. 12-2-2; running thence easterly along the northerly  boundary
  of  Tax  Parcel  No.  12-2-13  45.5  feet to the northeast corner of Tax
  Parcel No. 12-2-13; running thence southerly approximately 25 feet along
  the easterly boundary of Tax Parcel No. 12-2-13 to the northwest  corner
  of  Tax  Parcel No. 12-2-12; running thence easterly along the northerly
  boundary of Tax Parcel No. 12-2-12 35.33 feet to a point; running thence
  southerly approximately 12.5 feet; and running thence easterly along the
  north boundary of Tax Parcel No. 12-2-12  approximately  40  feet  to  a
  point;  continuing  thence  along the northerly boundaries of Tax Parcel
  Nos. 12-2-11, 12-2-10, 12-2-9, 12-2-8, 12-2-7, 12-2-6, 12-2-5 and 12-2-4
  approximately 328.6 feet to the westerly boundary of Lake Street at  the
  southwest  corner  of the Lake Street bridge over Fall Creek; continuing
  thence across Lake Street along the south edge of the Lake Street bridge
  over Fall Creek to a point in the  easterly  boundary  of  Lake  Street;
  running thence southerly along the east boundary of Lake Street 401 feet
  to  a point marking the intersection of the east boundary of Lake Street
  and the southerly boundary of Lincoln Street extended; continuing thence
  easterly along the southerly boundary of  Lincoln  Street  extended  180

  feet to a point marking the southeast corner of Lincoln Street extended;
  continuing thence on the same course approximately 75 feet to a point in
  the  east  boundary  of  Tax Parcel No. 12-7-4; running thence northerly
  along  the  east boundary of Tax Parcel No. 12-7-4 approximately 69 feet
  to a point; running thence easterly along the northerly boundary of  Tax
  Parcel  No.  11-3-1 100 feet to a point at the southerly boundary of Old
  Penstock; running thence easterly along the southerly boundary  of  said
  Old Penstock a chord distance of approximately 362.5 feet to a point; in
  the westerly boundary of Tax Parcel No. 11-3-3; running thence southerly
  along  the  westerly  boundary of Tax Parcel No. 11-3-3 approximately 68
  feet to a point marking the northwesterly corner of Willard Way; running
  thence southeasterly and southerly  along  the  northerly  and  easterly
  boundaries  of Willard Way to the southwesterly corner of Tax Parcel No.
  11-3-3 said point also being the northwesterly corner of Tax Parcel  No.
  11-3-6;  running  thence  easterly  along  the southerly boundary of Tax
  Parcel No. 11-3-3 110 feet to a point in the northwesterly  boundary  of
  Stewart Avenue; running thence northerly and easterly along the westerly
  and  northerly  boundary  of  Stewart Avenue approximately 298 feet to a
  point located approximately 35 feet southerly from  the  Stewart  Avenue
  bridge; running thence in an easterly direction across Stewart Avenue to
  a  point  marking  the  southerly  boundary of the Cayuga Trail; running
  thence easterly along the southerly boundary of the Cayuga Trail to  the
  northwesterly  boundary  of  University Avenue; running thence northerly
  and easterly along the westerly and northerly boundaries  of  University
  Avenue  to  the  intersection of the north line of University Avenue and
  the west line of Thurston Avenue; continuing thence easterly  along  the
  north  line  of University Avenue as it becomes the north line of Forest
  Home Drive and along the north line of Forest Home  Drive  approximately
  600 feet to the intersection of the north line of Forest Home Drive with
  the  line  of  the west face of the foot bridge over Fall Creek Gorge as
  extended southerly; running thence northerly along  said  extended  line
  and the west face of the said foot bridge to the center of Fall Creek.
    Such boundaries shall constitute the final boundaries and shall not be
  subject  to  amendment,  alteration  or  modification  by  any action or
  determination by the commissioner or the department.
    Responsibility for the administration of the  area  designated  herein
  shall  be  delegated  to  the city of Ithaca pursuant to the appropriate
  regulations.
    The designation of Fall Creek shall not, solely by operation  of  this
  article,  be  construed so as to restrict or prohibit utility or similar
  facilities  support  related-systems   or   facilities   support-related
  activities  of  the  land  grant institution known as Cornell University
  conducted in furtherance of its educational purposes, which are  located
  upstream  of  the  designated  area of Fall Creek. Such activities shall
  include, but not be limited to, the operation  of  Cornell  University's
  chilled  water plant, water filtration plant and intakes for such plants
  and for its hydroelectric plant and the  necessary  dredging  of  intake
  areas,  storm  water  drains, utility lines, and foot bridges, which may
  otherwise be permitted but for such designation.

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