Recent changes in 6 NYCRR Part 41
These changes are in effect as of November 9, 2011 when they were filed with the Department of State. They will appear in the November 30, 2011 issue of the State Register.
Town of Southold
Cutchogue Harbor. The New Suffolk Marina will be classified as uncertified year-round. The new text of clause reads 41.3(b)(7)(iii)('d') as follows:
41.3(b)(7)(iii)('d') New Suffolk. During the period January 1 through December 31, both dates inclusive, all that area of the marina, located at the eastern end of New Suffolk Avenue (Main Street, New Suffolk), within the confines of the stone breakwater protecting said marina, and all that area lying easterly of the stone breakwater within 150 feet of the southernmost point of the breakwater on the northern side of the marina basin entrance.
Regulation changes in Cutchogue Harbor.
Towns of Brookhaven and Islip
Nicoll Bay. The northern portion of Nicoll Bay between Nicoll Point and Blue Point will now be classified as uncertified. The new text of clause 41.3(b)(3)(i)('b') reads as follows:
During the period January 1 through December 31 (both dates inclusive), all that area of Nicoll Bay, Connetquot River, Brickiln Creek (local name) and all tributary creeks and canals between Nicoll Point and Blue Point lying north of a line extending easterly from the southern side of the entrance to the creek serving the Timber Point West Marina and the Suffolk County Marine Police Boat Basin (said creek is located on the eastern side of Nicoll Point) to a point of intersection with a line extending 1250 yards southeast from the southeasterly corner of the town dock at the foot of West Avenue in West Sayville (local landmark); thence continuing northeasterly to a point of intersection with a line extending 250 yards south of Blue Point; and thence continuing northerly to the southeasternmost point of land at Blue Point.
Regulations changes in Nicoll Bay