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Section 4.1: Wildlife management unit descriptions

Statutory authority: Environmental Conservation Law, §§ 3-0301, 11-0303, 11-0903, 11-0905, 11-0907, 11-0909, 11-0913, 11-0917, 11-1103, 11-1105

[Adopted: July 1, 2009]
[Last amended: July 11, 2012]

Contents:

Sec.

§4.1 Wildlife management unit descriptions

(a) The following descriptions define areas for the purpose of wildlife hunting and trapping seasons and management programs.

(1) Unit 1A. All of Nassau County.

(2) Unit 1C. All of Suffolk County.

(3) Unit 2A. All of Bronx, Kings (Brooklyn), New York (Manhattan), Queens, and Richmond (Staten Island) Counties.

(4) Unit 3A. Those parts of Delaware, Greene, Sullivan and Ulster Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the west bank of Barkaboom Stream and the south shore of the Pepacton Reservoir; thence southeasterly along the west bank of the Barkaboom Stream to the west bank of Deerlick Brook; thence northeasterly along the west bank of Deerlick Brook to Barkaboom Road; thence southeasterly and southwesterly along Barkaboom Road to Big Pond Road to Ulster County Route 54; thence southwesterly along Ulster County Route 54 to Sullivan County Route 152; thence southwesterly along Sullivan County Route 152 to County Route 151; thence southeasterly along County Route 151 to County Route 179; thence southeasterly along County Route 179 to State Route 17; thence southeasterly along State Route 17 to County Route 81 near Livingston Manor; thence easterly on County Route 81 to County Route 82 to County Route 83 to Willowemoc Road to Hunter Road; thence southeasterly along Hunter Road to Sullivan County Route 19; thence southerly along Sullivan County Route to State Route 55 at Curry; thence easterly along State Route 55 to State Route 55A near Grahamsville; thence northeasterly and southeasterly along State Route 55A to Sullivan County Route 153; thence northerly along Sullivan County Route 153 to Ulster County Route 46 near Sundown; thence northeasterly along Ulster County Route 46 to Ulster County Route 42; thence northeasterly along Ulster County Route 42 to State Route 28A in West Shokan; thence northerly along State Route 28A to State Route 28 at Boiceville; thence northwesterly along State Route 28 to Winnie Road; thence northeasterly along Winnie Road to Ulster County Route 40; thence easterly along County Route 40 to County Route 45 (Bearsville-Wittenberg Road) at Wittenberg; thence northeasterly along Bearsville-Wittenberg Road to State Route 212 at Bearsville; thence easterly along State Route 212 to Ulster County Route 33 at Woodstock; thence northerly and northeasterly along Ulster County Route 33 to Platt Clove Road at West Saugerties; thence northwesterly along Platt Cove Road to Manorville Road; thence northeasterly along Manorville Road to Woodstock Avenue; thence northeasterly along Woodstock Avenue to State Route 32A; thence northwesterly along State Route 32A to State Route 23A to Palenville; thence easterly along 23A to State Route 32; thence northerly along State Route 32 to Heart's Content Road (Greene County Route 31); thence northwesterly along Heart's Content Road to Joseph Chadderdon Road; thence northwesterly along Joseph Chadderdon Road to State Route 23; thence northwesterly and southwesterly along State Route 23 to Greene County Route 65; thence southerly along Greene County Route 65 to its second intersection with State Route 296; thence southwesterly along State Route 296 to State Route 23A in Hunter; thence northwesterly along 23A to County Route 13, thence westerly along County Route 13 to State Route 42 at Lexington; thence southerly along State Route 42 to State Route 28 at Shandaken; thence southwesterly and northwesterly along State Route 28 to the south bank of the East Branch of the Delaware River; thence southeasterly along the south bank of the East Branch of the Delaware River to the south shore of the Pepacton Reservoir; thence southeasterly along the south shore of the Pepacton Reservoir to the point of beginning.

(5) Unit 3C. Those parts of Greene, Sullivan and Ulster Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 23A and State Route 87 (New York State Thruway); thence westerly along State Route 23A to State Route 32A at Palenville; thence southeasterly along State Route 32A to Woodstock Avenue; thence southwesterly along Woodstock Avenue to Manorville Road; thence southerly along Manorville Road to Platt Clove Road; thence southeasterly along Platt Clove Road to Ulster County Route 33 at West Saugerties; thence southwesterly and southerly along Ulster County Route 33 to State Route 212; thence southerly along State Route 212 to County Route 45 (Bearsville-Wittenberg Road) at Bearsville; thence southwesterly along County Route 45 to County Route 40 to Winnie Road; thence southwesterly along Winnie Road to State Route 28; thence southerly along State Route 28 to State Route 28A at Boiceville; thence southerly along State Route 28A to Ulster County Route 42 thence southwesterly along Ulster County Route 42 to Ulster County Route 46, thence southwesterly along County Route 46 to Sullivan County Route 153; thence southwesterly along County Route 153 to State Route 55A; thence southwesterly along State Route 55A to State Route 55 near Grahamsville; thence southeasterly along State Route 55 to State Route 209 at Napanoch; thence northeasterly along State Route 209 to State Route 28; thence southeasterly along State Route 28 to State Route 87 (New York State Thruway) at Kingston thence northerly along State Route 87 to the point of beginning.

(6) Unit 3F. Those parts of Columbia and Dutchess Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the Taconic State Parkway and Columbia County Route 2; then westerly along County Route 2 to Dutchess County Route 50; then westerly along Dutchess County Route 50 to Columbia County Route 2; then westerly along Columbia County Route 2 to Dutchess County Route 78; then westerly along County Route 78 to the Conrail Tracks (at Broadway Street); then northerly along the Conrail Tracks to the Columbia-Dutchess County line; then westerly along the Columbia-Dutchess County line to the Dutchess-Ulster County boundary (middle of the Hudson River); thence southerly along the Dutchess-Ulster County boundary to the Dutchess-Orange County boundary; thence southerly along the Dutchess-Orange County boundary to Interstate Route 84 (near Beacon); thence easterly along Interstate Route 84 to the Taconic State Parkway; thence northerly along the Taconic State Parkway to the point of beginning.

(7) Unit 3G. Those parts of Dutchess and Putnam Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the New York-Connecticut boundary and U.S. Route 44; then westerly along State Route 44 to State Route 199; then westerly along State Route 199 to its junction with the Taconic State Parkway; thence southerly along the Taconic State Parkway to Interstate Route 84; thence easterly along IR 84 to the New York-Connecticut State boundary; thence northerly along the New York-Connecticut State boundary to the point of beginning.

(8) Unit 3H. Those parts of Sullivan and Ulster Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Kellams Bridge Road (Town of Fremont Road 40) and the New York-Pennsylvania boundary (middle of the Delaware River) near Hankins; thence southeasterly along the Delaware River to State Route 52 near Narrowsburg; thence southeasterly and northeasterly along State Route 52 to State Route 17B; thence easterly along State Route 17B to State Route 17 at Monticello; thence southeasterly along State Route 17 to State Route 209 near Wurtsboro; thence northeasterly along State Route 209 to State Route 55 at Napanoch; thence northwesterly along State Route 55 to County Route 19 at Curry; thence northerly along County Route 19 to Hunter Road; thence westerly along Hunter Road to Willowemoc Road; thence westerly along Willowemoc Road to County Route 83; thence westerly along County Route 83 to County Route 82; thence westerly along County Route 82 to County Route 81; thence westerly along County Route 81 to State Route 17 at Livingston Manor; thence northwesterly along State Route 17 to Sullivan County Route 124 at Roscoe; thence southerly along Sullivan County Route 124 to Sullivan County Route 92; thence southwesterly along Sullivan County Route 92 to Sullivan County Route 93 near Lake Florence; thence southwesterly along Sullivan County Route 93 to Sullivan County Route 94 at Fremont Center; thence southwesterly along Sullivan County Route 94 to State Route 97 near Hankins; thence northwesterly along State Route 97 to the Town of Fremont Road 40; thence westerly along the Town of Fremont Road 40 to the point of beginning.

(9) Unit 3J. Those parts of Orange, Ulster and Greene Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the Greene-Columbia County boundary and State Route 23 (on the Rip Van Winkle Bridge) thence westerly along State Route 23 to its intersection with State Route 9W; thence southerly to its intersection with State Route 23A; thence westerly along State Route 23A to its intersection with the New York State Thruway (I-87), thence southerly along the New York State Thruway to State Route 28 near Kingston; thence northwesterly along State Route 28 to State Route 209; thence southwesterly along State Route 209 to State Route 52 at Ellenville; thence southerly and easterly along State Route 52 to the west bank of the Wallkill River at Walden; thence northerly along the west bank of the Wallkill River to State Route 44 (and State Route 55); thence northerly and easterly along State Route 44 (and State Route 55) to the Ulster-Dutchess County boundary (middle of the Hudson River); thence northerly along the Ulster-Dutchess County boundary to the Ulster-Columbia County boundary; thence northerly along the Ulster-Columbia County boundary to the Greene-Columbia County boundary; thence northerly along the Greene-Columbia County boundary to the point of beginning.

(10) Unit 3K. Those parts of Orange and Sullivan Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 52 and the New York-Pennsylvania boundary (middle of the Delaware River) near Narrowsburg; thence southeasterly along the Delaware River to State Route 209 at Port Jervis; thence northeasterly along State Route 209 to State Route 17 at Wurtsboro; thence northwesterly along State Route 17 to State Route 17B at Monticello; thence westerly along State Route 17B to State Route 52; thence southwesterly along State Route 52 to the point of beginning.

(11) Unit 3M. Those parts of Orange, Sullivan, and Ulster Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 44 (and State Route 55) and the west bank of the Hudson River; thence southerly and westerly along State Route 44 (and State Route 55) to the west bank of the Wallkill River; thence southerly along the west bank of the Wallkill River to State Route 52 at Walden; thence westerly and northerly along State Route 52 to State Route 209 at Ellenville; thence southwesterly along State Route 209 to the New York-Pennsylvania boundary; thence southeasterly along the New York-Pennsylvania boundary to the New York-New Jersey boundary; thence southeasterly along the New York-New Jersey boundary to State Route 210 near Greenwood Lake; thence northeasterly along State Route 210 to Orange County Route 5; thence northeasterly along Orange County Route 5 to State Route 105 in the Village of Monroe; thence easterly and northerly along State Route 105 to State Route 32; thence northeasterly along State Route 32 to Orange County Route 107; thence easterly along County Route 107 to State Route 9W; thence northerly along State Route 9W to the south bank of Moodna Creek; thence southeasterly along the south bank of Moodna Creek to the New Windsor-Cornwall Town boundary; thence northeasterly along the New Windsor-Cornwall Town boundary to the Orange-Dutchess County boundary (middle of the Hudson River); thence northerly along the Orange-Dutchess County boundary to State Route 44 (and State Route 55); thence westerly along State Route 44 (and State Route 55) to the point of beginning.

(12) Unit 3N. Those parts of Dutchess and Putnam Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection Interstate Route 84 and the New York-Connecticut boundary; thence northerly and westerly along Interstate Route 84 to the Dutchess-Orange County boundary (middle of the Hudson River); thence southerly along the Dutchess-Orange County boundary to the Putnam-Orange County boundary; thence southerly along the Putnam-Orange County boundary to the Putnam-Rockland County boundary; thence southerly along the Putnam-Rockland County boundary to the Putnam-Westchester County boundary; thence northeasterly along the Putnam-Westchester County boundary to the New York-Connecticut boundary; thence northerly along the New York-Connecticut boundary to the point of beginning.

(13) Unit 3P. That part of Orange and Rockland Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the Orange-Dutchess County boundary and the Cornwall-New Windsor Town boundary (middle of the Hudson River); thence westerly along the Cornwall-New Windsor Town boundary to the south bank of Moodna Creek; thence northwesterly along the south bank of Moodna Creek to State Route 9W; thence southerly along State Route 9W to Orange County Route 107; thence westerly along County Route 107 to State Route 32; thence southerly along State Route 32 to State Route 105; thence southerly along State Route 105 to County Route 5; thence southwesterly along County Route 5 to State Route 210; thence southwesterly along State Route 210 to the New York-New Jersey boundary; thence southeasterly along the New York-New Jersey boundary to State Route 17; thence northerly along State Route 17 to State Route 6 (Palisades Parkway); thence easterly along State Route 6 to the Rockland-Westchester County boundary (middle of the Hudson River); thence northerly along the Rockland-Westchester County boundary to the Rockland-Putnam County boundary; thence northerly along the Rockland-Putnam County boundary to the Orange-Putnam County boundary; thence northerly along the Orange-Putnam County boundary to the Orange-Dutchess County boundary; thence northerly along the Orange-Dutchess County boundary to the point of beginning.

(14) Unit 3R. That part of Rockland County lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the Rockland-Westchester County boundary and the Haverstraw-Stony Point Town boundary (middle of the Hudson River); thence northerly along the Rockland-Westchester County boundary to State Route 6 at the Bear Mountain Bridge; thence westerly along State Route 6 to State Route 17; thence southerly along State Route 17 to the New York-New Jersey State boundary; thence southeasterly along the New York-New Jersey State boundary to the Rockland-Westchester County boundary (middle of the Hudson River); thence northerly along the Rockland-Westchester County boundary to the point of beginning.

(15) Unit 3S. All of Westchester County.

(16) Unit 4A. Those parts of Albany, Schenectady, Schoharie and Montgomery Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 146 and State Route 397 at Altamont; thence northeasterly along State Route 397 to Dunnsville Road; thence northerly along Dunnsville Road to Schenectady County Route 99 (Windy Hill Road); thence northerly along State Route 99 to State Route 406; thence westerly along State Route 406 to Schenectady County Route 103; thence northerly along Schenectady County Route 103 to State Route 7; thence northeasterly along State Route 7 to State Route 90 (New York State Thruway); thence northerly along State Route 90 to Schenectady County Route 58; thence northeasterly along Schenectady County Route 58 to State Route 5S; thence northwesterly along State Route 5S to Lock 9 connection bridge; thence northeasterly along Lock 9 connection bridge to State Route 5; thence northwesterly and westerly along State Route 5 to State Route 10 at Canajoharie; thence southerly along State Route 10 to State Route 20; thence southeasterly along State Route 20 to State Route 145 at Sharon; thence southeasterly along State Route 145 to State Route 7 at Cobleskill; thence northeasterly along State Route 7 to Schenectady County Route 31; thence southerly along Schenectady County Route 131 to Albany County Road 252; thence southeasterly along Albany County Road 252 to State Route 146; thence easterly along State Route 146 to the point of beginning.

(17) Unit 4B. Those parts of Albany and Schenectady Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the Conrail Railroad and the Albany-Schenectady County boundary in the Town of Guilderland; thence northeasterly along the Albany-Schenectady County boundary to the Schenectady-Saratoga County boundary; thence northwesterly along the Schenectady-Saratoga County boundary (middle of the Mohawk River), to the Niskayuna-Glenville Town boundary (middle of the Mohawk River), to the City of Schenectady-Town of Glenville boundary (middle of the Mohawk River) to the Rotterdam-Glenville Town boundary (middle of the Mohawk River) to the Lock 9 connection bridge; thence southwesterly along the Lock 9 connection bridge to State Route 5S; thence southeasterly along State Route 5S to Schenectady County Route 58; thence southwesterly along State Route 58 to State Route 90 (New York State Thruway); thence southerly along State Route 90 to State Route 7; thence southwesterly along State Route 7 to Schenectady County Route 103; thence southeasterly along Schenectady County Route 103 to State Route 406; thence easterly along State Route 406 to Schenectady County Route 99 (Windy Hill Road); thence southerly along Schenectady County Route 99 to Dunnsville Road; thence southerly along Dunnsville Road to State Route 397; thence southwesterly along State Route 397 to State Route 146 in Altamont; thence southeasterly along State Route 146 to Main Street in Altamont; thence westerly along Main Street to State Route 156; thence southeasterly along State Route 156 to Picard Road (Albany County Route 307); thence southeasterly along Picard Road to State Route 85A; thence southwesterly along State Route 85A to State Route 85; thence southerly along State Route 85 to State Route 443; thence southeasterly along State Route 443 to Albany County Route 301 at Clarksville; thence southeasterly along Albany County Route 301 to State Route 32; thence southwesterly along State Route 32 to State Route 143; thence southeasterly and easterly along State Route 143 to State Route 9W; thence southerly along State Route 9W to the Albany-Greene County boundary; thence easterly along the Albany-Greene County boundary to the Albany-Rensselaer County boundary (middle of the Hudson River); thence northerly along the Albany-Rensselaer County boundary to the Bethlehem-Coeymans Town boundary; thence westerly along the Bethlehem-Coeymans Town boundary to the west bank of the Hudson River; thence northerly along the west bank of the Hudson River to the south bank of the Vloman Kill Creek; thence northwesterly along the south bank of the Vloman Kill Creek to State Route 144; thence northerly along State Route 144 to Feura Bush Road at Glenmont; thence southwesterly along Feura Bush Road to State Route 32; thence southwesterly along State Route 32 to the Conrail Railroad; thence northwesterly along the Conrail Railroad to the point of beginning.

(18) Unit 4C. Those parts of Rensselaer and Washington Counties lying with a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Routes 346 and 22 in North Petersburg; thence southeasterly along State Route 346 to the New York-Vermont boundary; thence northerly along the New York-Vermont boundary to State Route 67; thence westerly along State Route 67 to State Route 125; thence northwest along State Route 125 to the Saratoga-Rensselaer County boundary (middle of the Hudson River); thence southerly along the middle of the Hudson River to State Route 4; thence easterly and southerly along State Route 4 to 125th Street in Troy; thence easterly along 125th Street to State Route 142; thence northeasterly and southeasterly along State Route 142 to State Route 7 at Brunswick Center; thence northeasterly along State Route 7 to State Route 278; thence southeasterly along State Route 278 to Rensselaer County Route 129 at Clums Corners; thence northeasterly along Rensselaer County Route 129 to State Route 7 near Boyntonville; thence easterly along State Route 7 to State Route 22; thence southerly along State Route 22 to the point of beginning.

(19) Unit 4F. Those parts of Chenango, Delaware, Herkimer, Madison, Oneida, Otsego and Schoharie Counties lying in a continuous line beginning with the intersection of State Route 20 and State Route 145 at Sharon; thence westerly along State Route 20 to State Route 8 at Bridgewater; thence southerly along State Route 8 to the junction of state highway 8 and 80; thence southerly along state highway 8 and 80 to state highway 7; thence northeasterly along state highway 7 to State Route 23 at Oneonta; thence southeasterly along State Route 23 to State Route 10 at Stamford; thence northerly along State Route 10 to State Route 7 in Richmondville; thence northeasterly along State Routes 7 and 10 to State Route 145 in Cobleskill; thence northerly along State Route 145 to the point of beginning.

(20) Unit 4G. Those parts of Albany, Delaware, Greene, Schenectady and Schoharie Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Schenectady County Route 131 and State Route 7; thence southwesterly along State Route 7 to State Route 10; thence southwesterly along State Route 10 to State Route 23; thence easterly along State Route 23 to Schoharie County Route 14; thence easterly along Schoharie County Route 14 to State Route 30; thence northerly along State Route 30 to State Route 990V; thence easterly along State Route 990V to Schoharie County Route 3; thence easterly along Schoharie County Route 3 to Greene County Route 36; thence easterly along Greene County Route 36 to Albany County Route 354; thence northeasterly along Albany County Route 354 to Albany County Route 81; thence southeasterly along Albany County Route 81 to State Route 145; thence northwesterly along State Route 145 to Schoharie County Route 66 (Cotton Hill Road) near Middleburgh; thence northeasterly along Schoharie County Route 66 to Schoharie County Route 1B (Rickard Hill Road); thence southeasterly along Schoharie County Route 1B to Dutch Settlement Road; thence easterly along Dutch Settlement Road to Albany County Route 9; thence northerly along Albany County Route 9 to State Route 443 in West Berne; thence easterly along State Route 443 to Albany County Route 254; thence northeasterly along Albany County Route 254 to State Route 156; thence northeasterly along State Route 156 to Albany County Route 255 (Knox-Gallupville Road) near Knox; thence northwesterly along Albany County Route 255 to Albany County Route 259 (West Township Road); thence northerly along Albany County Route 259 to Albany County Route 252; thence northwesterly along Albany County Route 252 to Schenectady County Route 131; thence northerly along Schenectady County Route 131 to the point of beginning.

(21) Unit 4H. Those parts of Albany, Greene, and Schoharie Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 397 and State Route 146 at Altamont; thence westerly along State Route 146 to Albany County Road 252; thence northwesterly along Albany County Road 252 to State Route 259 (West Township Road); thence southwesterly and southerly along State Route 259 to Albany County Route 255 (Knox-Gallupville Road); thence southeasterly along Albany County Route 255 to State Route 156 near Knox; thence southwesterly along State Route 156 to Albany County Route 254; thence southwesterly along Albany County Route 254 to State Route 443 near West Berne; thence westerly along State Route 443 to Albany County Route 9 in West Berne; thence southerly along Albany County Route 9 to Dutch Settlement Road; thence westerly along Dutch Settlement Road to Schoharie County Route 1B (Rickard Hill Road); thence northwesterly along Schoharie County Route 1B to Schoharie County Route 66 (Cotton Hill Road); thence southwesterly along Schoharie County Route 66 to State Route 145 in Middleburgh; thence southeasterly along State Route 145 to State Route 23; thence easterly along State Route 23 to State Route 32; thence northwesterly and northeasterly along State Route 32 to Albany County Route 301 at Meads Corners; thence northwesterly along Albany County Route 301 to State Route 443 near Clarksville; thence northwesterly along State Route 443 to State Route 85; thence easterly and northerly along State Route 85 to State Route 85A; thence northeasterly along State Route 85A to Picard Road (Albany County Route 307); thence northwesterly along Picard Road to State Route 156; thence northwesterly along State Route 156 to Main Street in Altamont; thence easterly along Main Street to State Route 146; thence northerly along State Route 146 to the point of beginning.

(22) Unit 4J. That part of Albany County lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the Conrail Railroad and the Albany-Schenectady County boundary in the Town of Guilderland; thence southeasterly along the Conrail Railroad to State Route 32; thence easterly along State Route 32 to Feura Bush Road; thence northeasterly along Feura Bush Road to Glenmont Road (in Bethlehem Center); thence easterly along Glenmont Road to State Route 144 at Glenmont; thence southerly along State Route 144 to the south bank of the Vloman Kill Creek; thence southeasterly along the south bank of the Vloman Kill Creek to the west bank of the Hudson River; thence southerly along the west bank of the Hudson River to the Bethlehem-Coeymans Town boundary; thence easterly along the Bethlehem-Coeymans Town boundary to the Albany-Rensselaer County boundary (middle of the Hudson River); thence northerly along the Albany-Rensselaer County boundary to the Albany-Saratoga County boundary (middle of the Mohawk River); thence northwesterly along the Albany-Saratoga County boundary to the Albany-Schenectady County boundary; thence southwesterly along the Albany-Schenectady County boundary to the point of beginning.

(23) Unit 4K. That part of Rensselaer County lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Routes 43, 66 and County Route 42 at Sand Lake; thence northeasterly along County Route 42 to County Route 43; thence northerly along County Route 43 to County Route 40 at Barbersville; thence easterly along County Route 40 to County Route 79; thence northerly and northwesterly along County Route 79 to State Route 2; thence westerly along State Route 2 to Rensselaer County Route 278 at Clums Corners; thence westerly along Route 278 to State Route 7; thence southwesterly along State Route 7 to State Route 142 at Brunswick Center; thence northwesterly and southwesterly along State Route 142 to 125th Street in Troy; thence westerly along 125th Street to State Route 4; thence northerly and westerly along State Route 4 to the Rensselaer-Saratoga County boundary (middle of the main navigable channel of the Hudson River); thence southerly along the Rensselaer-Saratoga County boundary to the Rensselaer-Albany County boundary; thence southerly along the Rensselaer-Albany County boundary to the Berkshire extension of the New York State Thruway; thence southeasterly along the Berkshire extension of the Thruway to State Route 203; thence northeasterly along State Route 203 to State Route 20; thence southeasterly and southerly to the New York-Massachusetts boundary; thence northerly along the new York-Massachusetts boundary to State Route 43; thence northwesterly and southwesterly along State Route 43 to the point of beginning.

(24) Unit 4L. That part of Rensselaer County lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Routes 346 and 22 at North Petersburg; thence northerly along State Route 22 to State Route 7; thence westerly along State Route 7 to Rensselaer County Route 129 near Boytonville; thence southwesterly along Rensselaer County Route 129 to State Route 2 near Clums Corners; thence easterly along State Route 2 to County Route 79; thence southeasterly and southerly along County Route 79 to County Route 40 at Barbersville; thence southeasterly along County Route 40 to County Route 43; thence southerly along County Route 43 to County Route 42; thence southwesterly along County Route 42 to State Route 43 at Sand Lake; thence southeasterly along State Route 43 to the New York-Massachusetts boundary; thence northerly along the New York-Massachusetts boundary to State Route 346; thence westerly along State Route 346 to the point of beginning.

(25) Unit 4O. Those parts of Broome, Chenango, Delaware and Otsego Counties lying with a continuous line beginning at the intersection and the New York - Pennsylvania boundary and State Route 79 near the hamlet of State Line; thence easterly along the New York-Pennsylvania boundary to the West Branch of the Delaware River near Hale Eddy and continues across the river in the same direction to the east bank; thence northerly along the east bank and northeasterly along the south bank of the West Branch of the Delaware River and the Cannonsville Reservoir to State Route 10 at Beerston; thence northeasterly along State Route 10 to State Route 23; thence westerly and northerly along State Route 23 to the Susquehanna River south of the City of Oneonta; thence southwesterly along the Susquehanna River to Main Street in the City of Oneonta; thence northerly along Main Street Chestnut Street, thence westerly along Chestnut street to State Route 7; thence southerly along State Route 7 to State Route 79 thence southwesterly and southerly along State Route 79 to the point of beginning.

(26) Unit 4P. Those parts of Delaware and Schoharie Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the eastern intersection of State Route 10 and State Route 206 in Walton; thence southeasterly along State Route 206 to State Route 30 in Downsville; thence southeasterly along State Route 30 to the south bank of the east branch of the Delaware River; thence northeasterly along the south bank of the east branch of the Delaware River to the southern shore of the Pepacton Reservoir; thence northeasterly along the southern shore of the Pepacton Reservoir to the south bank of the east branch of the Delaware River; thence northeasterly along the south bank of the east branch of the Delaware River to State Route 30 near Margaretville; thence northeasterly along State Route 30 to Schoharie County Route 14; thence westerly along Schoharie County Route 14 to State Route 23; thence westerly along State Route 23 to State Route 10; thence southwesterly along State Route 10 to the point of beginning.

(27) Unit 4R. Those parts of Albany, Delaware, Greene, Schoharie and Ulster Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 23 and State Route 145; thence northwesterly along State Route 145 to its junction with State Route 81 at Cooksburg; thence westerly along State Route 81 to its junction with Albany County Route 354; thence southwesterly along State Route 354 to Greene County Route 36; thence southwesterly along State Route 36 to Schoharie County Route 3; thence westerly along Schoharie County Route 3 to State Route 990V; thence westerly along State Route 990V to State Route 30; thence southerly along State Route 30 to State Route 28 at Margaretville; thence easterly on State Route 28 to its junction with State Route 42 at Shandaken; thence northerly along State Route 42 to Greene County Route 13 at Lexington; thence northeasterly along Greene County Route 13 to State Route 23A; thence southeasterly along State Route 23A to State Route 296 in Hunter; thence northeasterly along State Route 296 to Greene County Route 65; thence northerly along Greene County Route 65 to State Route 23; thence northeasterly and southeasterly along State Route 23 to the point of beginning.

(28) Unit 4S. Those parts of Albany and Greene Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the Albany-Greene County boundary and the Greene-Columbia County boundary; thence westerly along the Albany-Greene County boundary to State Route 9W; thence northerly along State Route 9W to State Route 143; thence westerly along State Route 143 to State Route 32; thence westerly and southerly along State Route 32 to State Route 23; thence westerly along State Route 23 to Joseph Chadderdon Road; thence southeasterly along Joseph Chadderdon Road to Hearts Content Road (Greene County Route 31); thence southeasterly along Hearts Content Road to State Route 32; thence southerly along State Route 32 to State Route 23A; thence northerly and easterly along 23A to its intersection with State Route 9W; thence northerly on State Route 9W to its intersection with State Route 23; thence easterly on State Route 23 to the Columbia-Greene County boundary in the middle of the Hudson River (on the Rip Van Winkle Bridge); thence northerly along the Greene-Columbia County boundary to the point of beginning.

(29) Unit 4T. Those parts of Columbia and Rensselaer Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the Berkshire extension of the New York State Thruway and State Route 203 (near North Chatham); thence northwesterly along the Berkshire extension of the Thruway to the Rensselaer-Albany County boundary (middle of the main navigable channel of the Hudson River); thence southerly along the Rensselaer-Albany County boundary to the Columbia-Greene County boundary (Hudson River); thence southerly along the Columbia-Greene County boundary to State Route 23 (Rip Van Winkle Bridge); thence southeasterly along State Route 23 to State Route 9; thence northerly along State Route 9 to State Route 66 in Hudson; thence northeasterly and northerly along State Route 66 to Columbia County Route 17; thence northerly along Columbia County Route 17 to State Route 203; thence northeasterly along State Route 203 to the point of beginning.

(30) Unit 4U. Those parts of Columbia and Rensselaer Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 20 and the New York-Massachusetts boundary; thence northwesterly along State Route 20 to State Route 203 in Nassau; thence southwesterly along State Route 203 to Columbia County Route 17; thence southerly along Columbia County Route 17 to State Route 66; thence southerly along State Route 66 to State Route 203 in Chatham; thence southeasterly along State Route 203 to State Route 22; thence northeasterly along State Route 22 to Reference State Route 980D (958 on markers one tenth of a mile apart along this highway by Department of Transportation); thence easterly along State Route 980D to the New York-Massachusetts boundary; thence northerly along the New York-Massachusetts boundary to the point of beginning.

(31) Unit 4W. Those parts of Delaware, Sullivan, and Ulster Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the eastern intersection of State Route 206 and State Route 10 in Walton; thence southwesterly along State Route 10 to the south bank of the west branch of the Delaware River at Beerston; thence southwesterly along the south bank of the west branch of the Delaware River and the Cannonsville Reservoir and southeasterly along the east bank of the west branch of the Delaware River to the intersection of a line projected eastward along the Broome County, New York-Wayne County, Pennsylvania border to the east bank of the west branch of the Delaware River; thence westerly along said line to the New York-Pennsylvania boundary (middle of the west branch of the Delaware River); thence southeasterly along the New York-Pennsylvania boundary to Kellams Bridge (Town of Fremont Road 40); thence easterly along Town of Fremont Road 40 to Sullivan County Route 97; thence southeasterly along Sullivan County Route 97 to Sullivan County Route 94 near Hankins; thence northeasterly along Sullivan County Route 94 to Sullivan County Route 93 at Fremont Center; thence northeasterly along Sullivan County Route 93 to Sullivan County Route 92 near Lake Florence; thence northeasterly along Sullivan County Route 92 to Sullivan County Route 124; thence northerly along Sullivan County Route 124 to State Route 17 at Roscoe; thence southeasterly along State Route 17 to Sullivan County Route 179; thence northerly along State Route 179 to Sullivan County Route 151; thence northerly along State Route 151 to Sullivan County Route 152; thence northeasterly along Sullivan County Route 152 to Ulster County Route 54 near Lew Beach; thence northeasterly along Ulster County Route 54 to Big Pond Road to Barkaboom Road; thence northeasterly and northwesterly along Barkaboom Road to the west bank of Deerlick Brook; thence southwesterly along the west bank of Deerlick Brook to the west bank of Barkaboom Stream; thence northwesterly along the west bank of Barkaboom Stream to the south shore of the Pepacton Reservoir; thence southwesterly along the south shore of the Pepacton Reservoir to the south bank of the east branch of the Delaware River; thence southwesterly along the south bank of the east branch of the Delaware River to State Route 30; thence westerly along State Route 30 to State Route 206 at Downsville; thence northwesterly along State Route 206 to the point of the beginning.

(32) Unit 4Y. Those parts of Columbia and Dutchess Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 203 and the Taconic State Parkway (near Chatham); thence westerly along State Route 203 to State Route 66; thence southwesterly along State Route 66 to State Route 9 (in Hudson); thence southerly along State Route 9 to State Route 23; thence northwesterly along State Route 23 to the Columbia-Greene County boundary (middle of main navigable channel of the Hudson River); thence southerly along the Columbia-Greene County boundary to the Columbia-Ulster County boundary; thence southerly along the Columbia-Ulster County boundary to the Columbia Dutchess County boundary; thence southeasterly along the Columbia-Dutchess County boundary to the Conrail tracks; thence southerly along the Conrail tracks to Dutchess County Route 78 (Broadway St.); thence easterly along County Route 78 to County Route 2 in Columbia County; thence easterly along County Route 2 to Dutchess County Route 50; thence easterly along Dutchess County Route 50 to Columbia County Route 2; thence easterly along Columbia County Route 2 to the Taconic State Parkway; thence northerly along the Taconic State Parkway to the point of beginning.

(33) Unit 4Z. Those parts of Columbia and Dutchess Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the New York-Massachusetts boundary and Reference State Route 980D (958 on markers one tenth of a mile apart along this highway by Department of Transportation); thence westerly along State Route 980D to State Route 22; thence southwesterly along State Route 22 to State Route 203; thence northwesterly along State Route 203 to the Taconic State Parkway; thence southerly along the Taconic State Parkway to its junction with State Route 199 in Dutchess County; thence easterly along State Route 199 to State Route 44; thence northeasterly along U.S. Route 44 to the New York-Connecticut boundary; thence northerly along the New York-Connecticut boundary to the New York-Massachusetts boundary; thence along the New York-Massachusetts boundary to the point of beginning.

(34) Unit 5A. Those parts of Clinton, Essex and Franklin Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the New York-Canada boundary and State Route 30; thence southerly along State Route 30 to US Route 11 in Malone; thence easterly along State Route 11 to Franklin County Route 24 (Brainardsville Road); thence easterly along Franklin County Route 24 to State Route 190 in Brainardsville; thence easterly through Ellenburg along State Route 190 (Star Road, Military Turnpike) and southeasterly along State Route 190 to State Route 374; thence westerly along State Route 374 to Rand Hill Road; thence southerly along Rand Hill Road to State Route 22B in Morrisonville; thence southerly along State Route 22B to the intersection of State Route 22 at Peru; thence southerly along State Route 22 to the intersection of State Route 9N at Keesville; thence northeasterly along State Route 9N to the intersection of US Route 9; thence northerly along State Route 9 to the Little Ausable River in Clinton County; thence easterly along the south bank of the Little Ausable River to Lake Champlain; thence easterly along a line projected due east to the New York-Vermont boundary; thence northerly along the New York-Vermont boundary to the New York-Canada boundary; thence westerly along the New York-Canada boundary to the point of beginning.

(35) Unit 5C. Those parts of Clinton, Essex and Franklin Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 11 and State Route 30 in Malone; thence southerly along State Route 30 to State Route 86 at Paul Smiths; thence easterly along State Route 86 to Franklin County Route 55; thence easterly on State Route 55 to Essex County Route 18; thence southeasterly along County Route 18 to State Route 3; thence northeast along State Route 3 to Essex County Route 18; thence easterly along Essex County Route 18 (Franklin County Route 48), to State Route 431 near the North Pole; thence easterly along State Route 431 to State Route 86 near Wilmington; thence easterly on State Route 86 to State Route 9N at Jay; thence northerly along State Route 9N to the intersection of State Route 22 at Keeseville; thence northerly along State Route 22 to the intersection of State Route 22B at Peru; thence northerly along State Route 22B to the intersection of Rand Hill Road to State Route 374 at West Plattsburg; thence easterly on State Route 374 to State Route 190 (Military Turnpike, Star Road); thence northwesterly along State Route 190 to Franklin County Route 24 at Brainardsville; thence westerly on Franklin County Route 24 to US Route 11; thence westerly along State Route 11 to the point of beginning.

(36) Unit 5F. Those parts of Clinton, Essex, Franklin and Hamilton Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 3 and State Route 30 at Tupper Lake; thence southerly along State Route 30 to State Route 28N; thence easterly along State Route 28N to the intersection of Essex County Route 2 (the Boreas or Blue Ridge Road); thence easterly along State Route 2 to Interstate Route 87 (Adirondack Northway) at Exit 29; thence northerly along the east side of the northbound lane of State Route 87 to State Route 9N at Keeseville at Exit 34; thence westerly along State Route 9N to State Route 86 at Jay; thence westerly along State Route 86 to State Route 431; thence westerly along State Route 431 to Essex County Route 18 (Franklin County Route 48), St. Armand's Road; thence westerly along St. Armand's Road to State Route 3; thence southwesterly along State Route 3 Essex County Route 18; thence northwesterly along State Route 18 to Franklin County Route 55; thence westerly along State Route 55 to State Route 86; thence westerly to State Route 30 at Paul Smiths; thence southerly and westerly along State Route 30 to the point of beginning.

(37) Unit 5G. Those parts of Clinton, Essex, Saratoga, Warren and Washington Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the south bank of the Little Ausable River at Lake Champlain northerly of Ausable Point State Campground; thence upstream along the south bank of the Little Ausable River to US Route 9; thence southerly along State Route 9 to State Route 9N; thence southerly along State Route 9N to Interstate Route 87 (Adirondack Northway) near Keeseville; thence southerly along the east side of the northbound lane of I-87 to US Route 9 at Pottersville; thence southwesterly along State Route 9 to the intersection of State Route 8; thence southwesterly along State Route 8 to State Route 28 at Wevertown; thence southerly along State Route 28 to the intersection of US Route 9 near Warrensburg; thence southerly along State Route 9 to the junction of the Schroon River in Warrensburg; thence southwesterly along the south bank of the Schroon River to the south or east bank of the Hudson River; thence southerly along the east bank of the Hudson River to the intersection of State Route 9N at Lake Luzerne; thence northeasterly along State Route 9N to the intersection of State Route 9; thence southerly along State Route 9 to the intersection of State Route 149; thence easterly along State Route 149 to the intersection of US Route 4 at Fort Ann; thence northerly along State Route 4 to its junction with State Route 22; thence northerly and westerly along State Route 22 to the eastern shore of South Bay on Lake Champlain; thence northerly along the eastern shore of South Bay to the D&H (Amtrack) Railroad; thence northwesterly along the D&H Railroad to the Dresden-Whitehall Town boundary; thence northeasterly along the Dresden-Whitehall Town boundary to the Vermont-New York State boundary; thence northerly along the Vermont-New York State boundary to a point in Lake Champlain that intersects a line projected due east from the south bank of the Little Ausable River; thence westerly along said line to the point of beginning.

(38) Unit 5H. Those parts of Essex,, Fulton, Hamilton, Herkimer, Oneida, Saratoga and Warren Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Route 30 and State Route 28 at Blue Mountain Lake; thence southwesterly along Route 28 to the intersection of State Route 12 and 28 at Alder Creek; thence southerly along Route 28 to the intersection of State Route 29 at Middleville; thence easterly along Route 29 to the intersection of State Route 29A at Salisbury Center; thence easterly along Route 29A to the intersection of State Route 30A at Gloversville; thence northerly on Route 30A to the intersection of State Route 30; thence northerly along Route 30 to Bridge Street in Northville; thence easterly along Bridge Street to the north shore of Great Sacandaga Lake; thence southerly and northeasterly along the north shore of Great Sacandaga Lake to Saratoga County Road 8 at Conklingville Dam; thence northerly along County Road 8 to Saratoga County Road 4; thence easterly along County Road 4 to the intersection of the Hudson River; thence northerly along the east bank of the Hudson River to the south bank of the Schroon River; thence easterly along the south bank of the Schroon River to the intersection of US Route 9 in Warrensburg; thence northerly along Route 9 to the intersection of NYS Route 28; thence northwesterly along Route 28 to the intersection of NYS Route 8 at Wevertown; thence northeasterly along Route 8 to the intersection of US Route 9; thence northerly along Route 9 to the intersection of Interstate Route 87 (Adirondack Northway); thence northerly along the east side of the northbound lane of I-87 to the intersection of the Essex County Route 2, (Boreas or Blue Ridge Road) at Exit 29; thence westerly along Essex County Route 2 to Route 28N; thence westerly along Route 28N to NYS Route 30 at Long Lake; thence southerly along Route 30 and Route 28N to the point of beginning.

(39) Unit 5J. Those parts of Fulton, Herkimer, Saratoga, Warren and Washington Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Route 149 and Route 4 at Fort Ann; thence westerly along Route 149 to Route 9; thence northerly along Route 9 to the intersection of NYS Route 9N; thence southerly along Route 9N to the intersection of the Hudson River at Lake Luzerne; thence northerly along the east bank of the Hudson River to the intersection of Saratoga County Route 4 at Lake Luzerne; thence westerly along Route 4 to Saratoga County Road 8 at Conklingville Dam; thence southerly along Route 8 to the north shore of Great Sacandaga Lake; thence southerly, westerly, and northerly along the shore of Great Sacandaga Lake to Bridge Street in Northville; thence west along Bridge Street to NYS Route 30; thence southerly along Route 30 to its intersection with NYS Route 30A; thence southerly along Route 30A to the intersection of NYS Route 29A in Gloversville; thence westerly along State Route 29A to the intersection of State Route 29 at Salisbury Center; thence southerly and easterly along State Route 29, (the North-South Zone Line), to the intersection of US Route 4 at Schuylerville; thence northerly along Route 4 to the point of beginning.

(40) Unit 5R. Those parts of Saratoga and Schenectady Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of US Route 4 and State Route 29 at Schuylerville; thence westerly along State Route 29 to State Route 147 near Galway; thence southerly along State Route 147 to Schenectady County Route 40 (West Glenville Road); thence westerly along Schenectady County Route 40 to Touareuna Road; thence southerly along Touareuna Road to Schenectady County Route 59; thence southerly along State Route 59 to State Route 5; thence easterly along State Route 5 to the Lock 9 bridge; thence southerly along the Lock 9 bridge to the Rotterdam-Glenville Town boundary (middle of the Mohawk River); thence southeasterly and northeasterly along the Rotterdam-Glenville Town boundary, the City of Schenectady-Town of Glenville boundary, and the Glenville-Niskayuna Town boundary to the Saratoga-Schenectady County boundary; thence southeasterly along the Saratoga-Schenectady County boundary to the Albany-Saratoga County boundary; thence northeasterly and southeasterly along the Albany-Saratoga County boundary to the Saratoga-Rensselaer County boundary (middle of Hudson River), thence northerly along the Saratoga-Rensselaer County boundary to the Saratoga-Washington County boundary, thence northerly along the Saratoga-Washington County boundary to State Route 29, thence westerly along State Route 29 (middle of bridge) to State Route 4, thence northerly along State Route 4 to the point of beginning.

(41) Unit 5S. Those parts of Rensselaer and Washington Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 40 and State Route 22 near North Granville; thence southerly along State Route 40 to State Route 29 at Middle Falls; thence westerly along State Route 29 to the Saratoga-Washington County boundary (middle of the Hudson River); thence southerly along the Saratoga-Washington County boundary to the Saratoga-Rennselaer County boundary and the intersection of Rensselaer County Route 125 (on the Bridge) at Stillwater; thence easterly across the bridge and along State Route 125 (Stillwater Bridge Road) to intersection of State Route 67 at Schaghticoke; thence easterly along State Route 67 to the New York-Vermont boundary; thence northerly along the New York-Vermont boundary to State Route 149 at Granville; thence westerly and southerly along State Route 149 (Main Street, Quaker Street) to the intersection of State Route 22; thence northerly and westerly along State Route 22 to the point of beginning.

(42) Unit 5T. Those parts of Washington and Saratoga Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of US Route 4 and State Route 29 at Schuylerville; thence easterly and northerly along State Route 29 to the to the intersection of State Route 40 at Middle Falls; thence northerly along State Route 40 to the intersection of State Route 22; thence easterly and southerly along State Route 22 to the intersection of State Route 149 at Granville; thence northerly and easterly along State Route 149(Quaker Street, Main Street) to the New York-Vermont boundary; thence northerly, northwesterly(Poultney River) and southwesterly (East Bay) along the New York-Vermont boundary to the Dresden-Whitehall Town boundary at South Bay on Lake Champlain; thence southwesterly along the Dresden-Whitehall Town boundary to the D&H (Amtrak) Railroad; thence southeasterly along the D&H Railroad to the east shore of South Bay; thence southerly along the east shore of South Bay to State Route 22; thence easterly and southerly along State Route 22 the intersection of US Route 4 in Whitehall; thence southerly along State Route 4 to the point of beginning.

(43) Unit 6A. Those parts of Franklin, Jefferson and St. Lawrence Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the New York-Canada boundary and State Route 30; thence southerly along State Route 30 to US Route 11 in Malone; thence southwesterly along State Route 11 through Potsdam, Canton, and Gouverneur, to St. Laurence County Route 9 south of Gouverneur; thence southerly along County Route 9 to Spragueville and the northwest corner of Fort Drum at Jefferson County Route 26; thence southwesterly along the western boundary of Fort Drum and continuing southwesterly along the boundary of Fort Drum and Jefferson County Route 30 (Pleasant Street) to Jefferson County Route 29 at Strickland Corners; thence northerly along State Route 29 to State Route 26 near Philadelphia; thence northwesterly along State Route 26 through Theresa to the village limits of Alexandria Bay; thence westerly along the southern limits of Alexandria Bay to the St. Lawrence River; thence northeasterly along the south shore of the St. Lawrence River to the Jefferson-St. Lawrence County boundary; thence northwesterly along the Jefferson-St. Lawrence County boundary to the New York-Canada boundary; thence northeasterly along the New York-Canada boundary to the point of beginning.

(44) Unit 6C. Those parts of Franklin, St. Lawrence, Jefferson, and Lewis Counties, with the exceptions of land within Fort Drum designated as Unit 6H, lying within a continuous line beginning with the intersection of US Route 11 and State Route 30 in Malone; thence southwesterly along State Route 11 through Potsdam, Canton, and Gouverneur to St. Lawrence County Route 9; thence southerly thence southerly along State Route 9 to Spraqueville and the northwest corner of Fort Drum at Jefferson County Route 26; thence southeasterly, southwesterly and westerly along the Fort Drum boundary to State Route 26 at Great Bend; thence southerly along State Route 26 to the intersection of Payne Road; thence southeasterly along Payne road to the intersection of State Route 12D; thence northeasterly along State Route 12D until it becomes McAlpine Street; thence northeasterly along McAlpine Street to the intersection of Center Street at Lyons Falls; thence easterly along Center Street to Franklin Street; thence southerly along Franklin Street to the intersection of Laura Street; thence easterly along Laura Street to the intersection of Lyons Falls Road; thence northerly along Lyons Falls Road to the intersection of Greig Road; thence northerly along Greig Road to the intersection of Pine Grove Road; thence northerly along Pine Grove Road to the intersection of Number Four Road at Bushes Landing; thence northeasterly along Number Four Road to the intersection of Erie Canal Road at Crystal Dale; thence northerly along Erie Canal Road to Belfort Road; thence northerly along Belfort Road to Old State Road; thence westerly along Old State Road to Erie Canal Road; thence northerly along Erie Canal Road to the intersection of State Route 812 (Indian River Road) at Indian River; thence northerly along thence northerly along State Route 812 to State Route 3; thence northeasterly along State Route 3 to State Route 58 at Fine; thence northerly on State Route 58 to St. Lawrence County Route 27 (Fine-Degrasse Road) near Fine; thence easterly and northerly along State Route 27 to St. Lawrence County Route 24 near West Pierrepont; thence northeasterly on State Route 24 to State Route 68 at Pierrepont; thence easterly along State Route 68 to State Route 56 at Colton; thence southerly on State Route 56 to St. Lawrence County Route 58; thence northeasterly along County Route 58 to State Route 72 near Parishville; thence northeasterly along State Route 72 to State Route 11B at Hopkinton; thence northeasterly along State Route 11B to State Route 30; thence northerly along State Route 30 to US Route 11 at the point of beginning.

(45) Unit 6F. Those parts of Franklin and St. Lawrence Counties beginning at the intersection of State Route 11B and State Route 30 at Malone; thence southwesterly along State Route 11B to State Route 72 at Hopkinton; thence southwesterly along State Route 72 to St. Lawrence County Route 58 at Parishville; thence southwesterly along St. Lawrence County Route 58 to State Route 56; thence northerly along State Route 56 to State Route 68; thence westerly on State Route 68 to St. Lawrence County Route 24 at Pierrepont; thence southerly along State Route 24 to St. Lawrence County Route 27; thence southerly and westerly along State Route 27 to State Route 58 near Fine; thence southerly along State Route 58 to the intersection of State Route 3; thence easterly and northerly along State Route 3 to the intersection of State Route 30 east of Tupper Lake; thence northerly along State Route 30 to the point of beginning.

(46) Unit 6G. Those parts of Oswego, Jefferson and Lewis Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the confluence of the Salmon River with Lake Ontario; thence easterly along the north shore of the Salmon River to State Route 11; thence northerly along State Route 11 to the intersection of Jefferson County Road 69 in Adams; thence northeasterly along County Route 69 until it becomes Lewis County Road 175; thence northeasterly along County Route 175 until it becomes Jefferson County Road 69; thence northeasterly along County Route 69 to the intersection of State Route 12; thence southeasterly along State Route 12 to the intersection of State Route 26 at Lowville; thence northerly along State Route 26 to the boundary of Fort Drum at Great Bend; thence along the boundary line of Fort Drum in a southwesterly, northerly and easterly direction to Jefferson County Route 29 at Strickland Corners; thence northerly along State Route 29 to State Route 26 and US Route 11 at Philadelphia; thence northwesterly and westerly along State Route 26 through the Village of Theresa to the Village limits of Alexandria Bay; thence northwesterly along the southern limits of Alexandria Bay to the St. Lawrence River; thence southwesterly along the south shore of the St. Lawrence River to Lake Ontario; thence southerly along the east shore of Lake Ontario to the point of beginning including all of the Jefferson County islands in the St. Lawrence River and Lake Ontario.

(47) Unit 6H. The Fort Drum Cooperator Area, as described in Part 55 of this Title, and being Fort Drum Military Reservation in its entirety, located in portions of the Towns of Antwerp, Champion, Le Ray, Philadelphia and Wilna in Jefferson County, and in the Town of Diana in Lewis County.

(48) Unit 6J. Those parts of Franklin, Hamilton, Herkimer, Lewis, Oneida and St. Lawrence Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 30 and State Route 3 at Tupper Lake; thence southerly along State Route 30 to the intersection of State Route 28 at Blue Mountain Lake; thence southwesterly along State Route 28 to State Route 12 at Alder Creek; thence northerly along State Route 12 to State Route 12D at Boonville; thence northerly along State Route 12D to the intersection of Payne Road north of Collinsville; thence southeasterly along Payne Road to the intersection of State Route 12D; thence northeasterly along State Route 12D until it becomes McAlpine Street; thence northeasterly along McAlpine Street to the intersection of Center Street at Lyons Falls; thence easterly along Center Street to Franklin Street; thence southerly along Franklin Street to the intersection of Laura Street; thence easterly along Laura Street to the intersection of Lyons Falls Road; thence northerly along Lyons Falls Road to the intersection of Greig Road; thence northerly along Greig Road to the intersection of Pine Grove Road; thence northerly along Pine Grove Road to the intersection of Number Four Road at Bushes Landing; thence northeasterly along Number Four Road to the intersection of Erie Canal Road at Crystal Dale; thence northerly along Erie Canal Road to Belfort Road; thence northerly along Belfort Road to Old State Road; thence westerly along Old State Road to Erie Canal Road; thence northerly along Erie Canal Road to the intersection of State Route 812 (Indian River Road) at Indian River; thence northerly along State Route 812 to the intersection of State Route 3; thence northeasterly along State Route 3 to the point of beginning.

(49) Unit 6K. Those parts of Jefferson, Lewis, Oswego and Oneida Counties, lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of US Route 11 and State Route 69 at Adams; thence southerly along State Route 11 to State Route 49 at Central Square; thence easterly along State Route 49 to State Route 365 in Rome; thence easterly along State Route 365 to State Route 12 at Trenton (Barneveld); thence northerly along State Routes 12 and 28 to alder Creek; thence northwesterly along State Route 12 to Main Street at Boonville; thence northwesterly along Main Street to the intersection of State Route 12D; thence northerly along State Route 12D to the intersection of State Route 26 at Potters Corners; thence southerly along State Route 26 to the intersection of Lewis County Route 46 (Osceola Road) at West Leyden; thence northwest along State Route 46 to Lewis County Route 44; thence westerly along State Route 44 until it becomes Oswego County Road 39 (at the Lewis-Oswego County line); thence westerly along State Route 39 to Oswego County Route 27; thence north along State Route 27 to Oswego County Route 17; thence north along State Route 17 until it becomes Jefferson County Road 92; (at the Oswego-Jefferson County line); thence north along County Route 92 to the intersection of Jefferson County Road 93; thence north along County Route 93 to the intersection of State Route 189 at Lorraine; thence northeasterly along State Route 189 to State Route 177; thence easterly along State Route 177 to the intersection of State Route 12 at West Lowville; thence northwesterly along State Route 12 to the intersection of Jefferson County Road 69 (Churchill Road); thence southwesterly along County Route 69 until it becomes Lewis County Road 175; thence southwesterly along County Route 175 until it becomes Jefferson County Road 69; thence southwesterly along County Route 69 to the point of beginning.

(50) Unit 6N. Those parts of Jefferson, Lewis and Oswego Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Jefferson County Roads 93 and 189 (formerly State Route 178) at Lorraine and extending east and north on County Route 189 through Worth, to the intersection of State Route 177; thence easterly on State Route 177 to State Route 12 at West Lowville; thence east on State Route 12 to the intersection of State Route 26 at Lowville; thence southerly along State Route 26 to the intersection of Lewis County Route 46 (Osceola Road) at West Leyden; thence westerly along State Route 46 to Lewis County Route 44 (Redfield Rd.); thence west along State Route 44 until it becomes Oswego County Road 39 (at the Lewis-Oswego County line); thence west along State Route 39 to Oswego County Route 27; thence north along County Route 27 to Oswego County Route 17; thence north along County Route 17 until it becomes Jefferson County Road 92 (at the Oswego-Jefferson County line); thence north along County Route 92 to Jefferson County Road 93; thence northwest along County Route 93 to the point of beginning.

(51) Unit 6P. That part of Madison and Oneida Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 49 and State Route 13 near North Bay; thence southerly along State Route 13 to State Route 31; thence easterly along State Route 31 to the intersection of State Route 316; thence southeasterly along State Route 316 to the intersection of State Route 46; thence southerly along State Route 46 to State Route 5 at Oneida; thence easterly along State Route 5 to the intersection of State Routes 8 and 12; thence northerly along State Routes 5, 8 and 12 to the intersection of State Route 49; thence northwesterly along State Route 49 to the point of beginning.

(52) Unit 6R. Those parts of Fulton, Herkimer, Montgomery, Oneida, Saratoga and Schenectady Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 365 with 12 and 28 north of Barneveld; thence southwesterly along State Route 365 to State Route 49 at Rome; thence southeasterly along State Route 49 to State Route 5 at Utica; thence southeasterly along State Route 5 to the intersection of Schenectady County Route 59; thence northerly along State Route 59 to Touareuna Road; thence northerly along Touareuna Road to Schenectady County Route 40; thence easterly along Schenectady County Route 40 to State Route 147; thence northerly along State Route 147 to State Route 29 at Kimball Corners; thence westerly along State Route 29 to State Route 28 in Middleville; thence northwesterly along State Route 28 to the point of beginning.

(53) Unit 6S. Those parts of Herkimer, Madison, Montgomery, Oneida, Otsego and Schoharie Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 5 and State Route 10 at Canajoharie; thence northwesterly along State Route 5 to the intersection of State Routes 790, 12, 5 and 8 in Utica; thence southerly and westerly along State Route 5 to the intersection of State Route 26; thence southerly along State Route 26 to the intersection of US 20; thence easterly and southeasterly along State Route 20 to State Route 10 at Sharon Springs; thence northeasterly along State Route 10 to the point of beginning.

(54) Unit 7A. Those parts of Cayuga, Onondaga and Oswego Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the junction of State Route 104A end State Route 38 south of Sterling; thence southerly along State Route 38 to State Route 370; thence easterly along State Route 370 to State Route 690 in Baldwinsville; thence northerly along State Route 690 to State Route 48; thence northerly along State Route 48 to Lamson Road; thence easterly along Lamson Road to the east shore of the Oswego River (at Phoenix); thence southerly along the east shore of the Oswego River to its confluence with the Oneida River; thence easterly along the north shore of the Oneida River to State Route 11; thence northerly on State Route 11 to the north bank of the Salmon River in Pulaski; thence westerly along the north bank of the Salmon River to the south shore of Lake Ontario; thence southwesterly along the south shore of Lake Ontario to Little Sodus Bay; thence southerly along the east shore of Little Sodus Bay and Voites Creek to State Route 104A; thence easterly along State Route 104A to the point of the beginning.

(55) Unit 7F. Those parts of Cayuga, Madison, Oneida, Onondaga and Seneca Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 38 and State Route 370 at Victory; thence easterly along State Route 370 to State Route 690 in Baldwinsville; thence northerly along State Route 690 to State Route 48; thence northerly along State Route 48 to Lamson Road; thence easterly along Lamson Road to the east shore of the Oswego River (at Phoenix); thence southerly along the east shore of the Oswego River to its confluence with the Oneida River; thence easterly along the north shore of the Oneida River to State Route 11; thence northerly along State Route 11 to State Route 49; thence easterly along State Route 49 to State Route 13; thence southerly on State Route 13 to State Route 31; thence easterly on State Route 31 to State Route 316; thence southeasterly on State Route 316 to State Route 46; thence southerly on State Route 46 to State Route 5 south of Oneida; thence westerly and southerly along State Route 5 to State Route 173 in Chittenango; thence westerly on State Route 173 to State Route 175 in Onondaga Hill; thence westerly along State Route 175 to State Route 20 east of Skaneateles; thence westerly along State Route 20 to the Seneca River; thence northerly along the west bank of the Seneca River to State Route 31; thence easterly along State Route 31 to State Route 38 in Port Byron; thence northerly along State Route 38 to the point of the beginning.

(56) Unit 7H. Those parts of Cayuga, Seneca and Tompkins Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 79 and the west bank of the Cayuga Lake Inlet at Ithaca; thence easterly along State Route 79 to State Route 366; thence northeasterly along State Route 366 to State Route 13; thence northeasterly along State Route 13 to State Route 38 in Dryden; thence northwesterly along State Route 38 to State Route 20 in Auburn; thence westerly along State Route 20 to the west bank of the Seneca River; thence southerly along the west bank of the Seneca River to the west shore of Cayuga Lake; thence southerly along the west shore of Cayuga Lake to Cayuga Lake Inlet at Ithaca; thence southerly along the west bank of Cayuga Lake Inlet to the point of beginning.

(57) Unit 7J. Those parts of Cayuga, Cortland, Madison, Tompkins, Oneida and Onondaga Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 13 and State Route 38 in Dryden; thence northwesterly along State Route 38 to State Route 20 in Auburn; thence easterly along State Route 20 to State Route 175 east of Skaneateles; thence northeasterly along State Route 175 to State Route 173 at Onondaga Hill; thence easterly along State Route 173 to State Route 5 in Chittenango; thence easterly along State Route 5 to State Route 26, east of Vernon; thence southerly along State Route 26 to State Route 20; thence westerly along State Route 20 to State Route 13 in Cazenovia; thence southerly along State Route 13 to State Route 80; thence westerly along State Route 80 to Interstate 81 in Tully Center; thence southerly along Interstate 81 to State Route 13 in Cortland; thence southwesterly along State Route 13 to the point of the beginning.

(58) Unit 7M. Those parts of Broome, Chenango, Cortland, Delaware, Madison, Oneida, Onondaga and Otsego Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 80 and Interstate 81 near Tully Center; thence southerly along Interstate 81 to State Route 26 near Whitney Point; thence northeasterly along State Route 26 to US Route 11; thence northwesterly along US Route 11 to State Route 206 in Whitney Point; thence easterly along State Route 206 to State Route 12 in Greene; thence northeasterly along State Route 12 to State Route 80 in Sherburne; thence easterly on State Route 80 to State Route 8 at Five Corners; thence northerly along State Route 8 to State Route 20 in Bridgewater; thence westerly along State Route 20 to State Route 13 in Cazenovia; thence southerly on State Route 13 to State Route 80; thence westerly on State Route 80 to the point of beginning.

(59) Unit 7P. Those parts of Broome and Chenango Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Routes 26 and Interstate 81 near Whitney Point; thence northeasterly along State Route 26 to US Route 11, thence northwesterly along US Route 11 to State Route 206, thence easterly along State Route 206 to State Route 12 in Greene; thence northerly along State Route 12 to State Route 80 in Sherburne; thence easterly and southeasterly along State Route 80 to State Route 8 at New Berlin; thence southerly along State Route 8 to State Route 7 near Sidney; thence southwesterly along State Route 7 to State Route 79; thence southerly along State Route 79 Interstate 88 near Harpursville; thence westerly along Interstate 88 to Interstate 81 in Binghamton; thence northerly along Interstate 81 to the point of beginning.

(60) Unit 7R. Those parts of Broome, Chemung, Cortland, Schuyler, Tioga and Tompkins Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 79 and State Route 228 at Mecklenburg; thence southerly along State Route 228 to State Route 224 at Odessa; thence southeasterly along State Route 224 to State Route 34 at Van Etten; thence easterly along State Route 34 to State Route 96 in Spencer; thence easterly and southerly along State Route 96 to State Route 38 north of Owego; thence northeasterly along State Route 38 to State Route 38B south of Newark Valley; thence southeasterly along State Route 38B to State Route 26 in Union Center; thence northerly along State Route 26 to Interstate 81 in Whitney Point; thence northerly along Interstate 81 to State Route 13 in Cortland; thence southwesterly along State Route 13 to State Route 366; thence southwesterly along State Route 366 to State Route 79; thence westerly along State Route 79 to the point of the beginning.

(61) Unit 7S. Those parts of Broome, Chemung, Chenango and Tioga Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 224 and State Route 34 in Van Etten; thence easterly along State Route 34 to State Route 96 in Spencer; thence easterly and southerly along State Route 96 to State Route 38 north of Owego: thence northeasterly along State Route 38 to State Route 38B south of Newark Valley; thence southeasterly along State Route 38B to State Route 26 in Union Center; thence northerly along State Route 26 to Interstate 81 near Whitney Point; thence southerly along Interstate 81 to Interstate 88 in Binghamton; thence easterly along Interstate 88 to State Route 79 at Harpursville; thence southerly along State Route 79 to the New York-Pennsylvania boundary; thence westerly along the New York-Pennsylvania boundary to State Route 34 in Waverly; thence northerly on State Route 34 to the point of the beginning.

(62) Unit 8A. Those parts of Monroe, Niagara and Orleans Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the point where the northerly extension of State Route 269 (County Line Road) contacts the south shore of Lake Ontario at the eastern boundary of Golden Hill State Park; thence southerly along the extension of State Route 269 and State Route 269 (County Line Road) to State Route 104 at Jeddo; thence westerly along State Route 104 to Niagara County Route 271 (Stone Road); thence southerly along Niagara County Route 271 to State Route 31E at Middleport; thence southerly along State Route 31E to State Route 31 (Maple Ridge Road); thence easterly along State Route 31 to State Route 31A at Medina; thence easterly along State Route 31A to State Route 31 near Brockport; thence easterly along State Route 31 to Manitou Road south of West Greece; thence northerly along Manitou Road to State Route 261 (still Manitou Road); thence northerly and northeasterly along State Route 261 (Manitou and Manitou Beach Roads) to its end; thence southerly along Manitou Beach Road to its end near the Lake Ontario shoreline; thence easterly from the southern tip of Manitou Beach Road to the south shore of Lake Ontario at Manitou Beach; thence westerly along the south shore of Lake Ontario to the point of beginning.

(63) Unit 8C. Those parts of Monroe County lying within a continuous line beginning at the south shore of Lake Ontario at a point easterly of the southern tip of Manitou Beach Road; thence westerly to the southern tip of Manitou Beach Road; thence northerly along Manitou Beach Road to State Route 261 (still Manitou Beach Road); thence southwesterly and southerly along State Route 261 (Manitou Beach and Manitou Roads) to Manitou Road; thence southerly along Manitou Road to the Barge Canal south of West Greece; thence southeasterly along the south bank of the Barge Canal to the Genesee River southwest of Rochester; thence southwest along the west bank of the Genesee River to State Route 252 (Jefferson Road) at the Ballantyne Bridge; thence easterly along State Route 252 to Brighton-Henrietta Town Line Road; thence easterly along Brighton-Henrietta Town Line Road to Winton Road; thence northerly along Winton Road to the Barge Canal at Brighton; thence easterly along the south bank of the Barge Canal to the Pittsford-Henrietta Town boundary; thence southerly along the Pittsford-Henrietta Town boundary to State Route 252 (Jefferson Road); thence easterly along State Route 252 to State Route 96 (still Jefferson Road) in the Village of Pittsford; thence southeasterly along State Route 96 to the eastern boundary of the Town of Pittsford; thence northerly along the eastern boundary of the Town of Pittsford to the southern boundary of the Town of Penfield; thence easterly along the southern boundary of the Town of Penfield to Fellows Road; thence northerly along Fellows Road to State Route 441 (Penfield Road); thence northwesterly along State Route 441 to Dublin Road; thence northerly along Dublin Road to Sweets Corners Road; thence westerly along Sweets Corners Road to State Route 250 (Nine Mile Point Road); thence southerly along State Route 250 to Whalen Road; thence westerly along Whalen Road to Jackson Road Extension; thence northerly along Jackson Road Extension to Jackson Road; thence northerly along Jackson Road to the Penfield-Webster Town line; thence westerly along the Penfield-Webster Town line to the east shore of Irondequoit Bay; thence northerly along the east shore of Irondequoit Bay to the south shore of Lake Ontario; thence northwesterly along the south shore of Lake Ontario to the point of beginning.

(64) Unit 8F. Those parts of Monroe, Ontario, Cayuga, Seneca and Wayne Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the New York State Thruway and the Genesee River near Scottsville; thence easterly along the Thruway to Ontario County Road 8; thence northerly along Ontario County Road 8 and Wayne County Road 308 (Canandaigua Road) to State Route 31 near Macedon; thence easterly along State Route 31 to State Route 38 at Port Byron; thence northerly along State Route 38 to State Route 104A; thence westerly along State Route 104A to Voites Creek at the southern end of Little Sodus Bay; thence northerly along the east shore of Voites Creek and Little Sodus Bay to the south shore of Lake Ontario; thence westerly along the south shore of Lake Ontario to Irondequoit Bay; thence southerly along the east shore of Irondequoit Bay to the Penfield-Webster Town line; thence easterly along the Penfield-Webster Town line to Jackson Road; thence southerly along Jackson Road to Jackson Road Extension; thence southerly along Jackson Road Extension to Whalen Road; thence easterly along Whalen Road to State Route 250 (Nine Mile Point Road); thence northerly along Nine Mile Point Road to Sweets Corners Road; thence easterly along Sweets Corners Road to Dublin Road; thence southerly along Dublin Road to State Route 441 (Penfield Road); thence southeasterly along State Route 441 to Fellows Road; thence southerly along Fellows Road to the southern boundary of the Town of Penfield; thence westerly along the southern boundary of the Town of Penfield to the eastern boundary of the Town of Pittsford; thence southerly along the eastern boundary of the Town of Pittsford to State Route 96 (Jefferson Road) southeast of the Village of Pittsford; thence northwesterly along State Route 96 to State Route 252 (still Jefferson Road) in the Village of Pittsford; thence westerly along State Route 252 to the Pittsford-Henrietta Town boundary; thence northerly along the Pittsford-Henrietta Town boundary to the Barge Canal; thence westerly along the south bank of the Barge Canal to Winton Road at Brighton; thence southerly along Winton Road to Brighton-Henrietta Town Line Road; thence westerly along Brighton-Henrietta Town Line Road to State Route 252 (Jefferson Road); thence westerly along State Route 252 to the Genesee River southwest of Rochester; thence southwesterly along the west bank of the Genesee River to the of point of beginning.

(65) Unit 8G. Those parts of Erie, Genesee, Monroe, Niagara and Orleans Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 31E and State Route 31 near Middleport; thence westerly along State Route 31 to Griswold Street; thence southerly along Griswold Street to Ditch Road; thence southerly along Ditch Road to Foot Road; thence southerly along Foot Road to the north bank of Tonawanda Creek; thence westerly along the north bank of Tonawanda Creek to State Route 93; thence southerly along State Route 93 to State Route 5; thence easterly along State Route 5 to Crittenden-Murrays Corners Road south of Akron; thence southerly along Crittenden-Murrays Corners Road to Alden-Crittenden Road at Crittenden; thence southerly along Alden-Crittenden Road to State Route 20 at Alden; thence easterly along State Route 20 to State Route 19 near Pavilion Center; thence northerly along State Route 19 to the New York State Thruway (Interstate 90); thence easterly along the Thruway to the west bank of the Genesee River near Scottsville; thence northeasterly along the west bank of the Genesee River to the south bank of the Barge Canal near Rochester; thence northwesterly along the south bank of the Barge Canal to Manitou Road south of West Greece; thence southerly along Manitou Road to State Route 31; thence westerly along State Route 31 to State Route 31A near Brockport; thence westerly along State Route 31A to State Route 31 (Maple Ridge Road) at Medina; thence westerly along State Route 31 to the point of beginning.

(66) Unit 8H. Those parts of Genesee, Livingston, Monroe, Ontario and Wyoming Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 39 and State Route 246 near Perry; thence northeasterly along State Route 39 to State Route 20A; thence northeasterly and northerly along State Route 20A to State Route 20; thence easterly along State Route 20 to State Route 21; thence northerly along State Route 21 to the New York State Thruway; thence westerly along the Thruway to State Route 19; thence southerly along State Route 19 to State Route 63; thence southeasterly along State Route 63 to State Route 246; thence southerly along State Route 246 to the point of beginning.

(67) Unit 8J. Those parts of Ontario, Seneca, Wayne, and Yates Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 31 and the west bank of the Seneca River; thence westerly along State Route 31 to Wayne County Route 308 (Canandaigua Road) at Macedon; thence southerly along Wayne County Route 308 to Ontario County Route 8; thence southerly along Ontario County Route 8 to the New York State Thruway; thence easterly along the New York State Thruway to State Route 21 near Manchester; thence southerly along State Route 21 to North Main Street in the City of Canandaigua (still State Route 21); thence southerly along North and South Main Streets to the City Pier at the north end of Canandaigua Lake; thence easterly along the north shore and southerly along the east shore of Canandaigua Lake to Deep Run Creek in the Town of Gorham; thence easterly along Deep Run Creek to State Route 364; thence southerly and easterly along State Route 364 to State Route 14A; thence southerly along State Route 14A to State Route 54 in Penn Yan; thence northeasterly along State Route 54 to East Main Street in the Village of Penn Yan; thence southeasterly along East Main Street to Yates County Route 1 (Himrod Road); thence southeasterly along Yates County Route 1 to Yates County Route 36; thence northeasterly along Yates County Route 36 to Plum Point Road; thence southerly along Plum Point Road to Plum Point Creek; thence easterly along Plum Point Creek to the west shore of Seneca Lake; thence northerly along the west shore of Seneca Lake to the Milo-Torrey Town boundary; thence easterly along the Milo-Torrey Town boundary to the Seneca-Yates County boundary (middle of Seneca Lake); thence northerly along the Seneca-Yates County boundary to the Romulus-Ovid Town boundary; thence easterly along this boundary to Willard Road; thence easterly along Willard Road to State Route 96A; thence easterly along State Route 96A to Seneca County Route 139; thence southerly and easterly along Seneca County Route 139 to Sheldrake Park Road; thence easterly along Sheldrake Park Road to the west shore of Cayuga Lake; thence northerly along the west shore of Cayuga Lake to the west bank of the Seneca River; thence northerly along the west bank of the Seneca River to the point of beginning.

(68) Unit 8M. Those parts of Livingston, Steuben and Wyoming Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 39 and State Route 19A near Castile; thence southerly along State Route 19A to State Route 436 at Portageville; thence easterly along State Route 436 to State Route 63 at Dansville; thence easterly along State Route 63 to State Route 15 at Wayland; thence northerly along State Route 15 to State Route 20A at Livonia; thence northwesterly and southwesterly along State Route 20A to State Route 39 at Geneseo; thence southwesterly along State Route 39 to the point of beginning.

(69) Unit 8N. Those parts of Livingston, Ontario, Steuben and Yates Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 20A and State Route 15 at Livonia; thence southerly along State Route 15 to State Route 21 at Wayland; thence easterly and northeasterly along State Route 21 to State Route 53 at Naples; thence southerly along State Route 53 to Ontario County Route 21; thence easterly along Ontario County Route 21 to Yates County Route 18 (Italy Valley Road); thence easterly and northeasterly along Yates County Route 18 to State Route 364 in Potter; thence westerly and northerly along State Route 364 to Deep Run Creek in the Town of Gorham, Ontario County; thence westerly along Deep Run Creek to the east shore of Canandaigua Lake; thence northerly along the east shore and westerly along the north shore of Canandaigua Lake to the City Pier at the north end of Canandaigua Lake; thence northerly along the City Pier to South Main Street in the City of Canandaigua; thence northerly along South Main Street to State Route 20; thence westerly along State Route 20 to State Route 20A; thence southwesterly, northerly, and westerly along State Route 20A to the point of beginning.

(70) Unit 8P. Those parts of Livingston, Ontario, Steuben and Yates Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 36 and State Route 17 (Southern Tier Expressway) near Arkport; thence easterly along State Route 17 to Belfast Street at Bath; thence easterly along Belfast Street to State Route 415 (West Washington Street); thence southeasterly along State Route 415 to State Route 54; thence northeasterly along State Route 54 to State Route 54A near Hammondsport; thence northeasterly along State Route 54A to Steuben County Route 74 near Pulteney; thence westerly along Steuben County Route 74 to State Route 53 at Prattsburg; thence northerly along State Route 53 to Steuben County Route 122; thence northerly along Steuben County Route 122 to Yates County Route 32; thence northerly along Yates County Route 32 to Yates County Route 34; thence westerly along Yates County Route 34 to Yates County Route 18; thence westerly along Yates County Route 18 to Ontario County Route 21; thence westerly along Ontario County Route 21 to State Route 53; thence northerly along State Route 53 to State Route 21 at Naples; thence southwesterly along State Route 21 to State Route 63 at Wayland; thence westerly along State Route 63 to State Route 36 at Dansville; thence southerly along State Route 36 to point of beginning.

(71) Unit 8R. Those parts of Schuyler, Steuben, and Yates Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 54 and 54A at Hammondsport; thence northeasterly along State Route 54 to Steuben County Route 87; thence northeasterly along Steuben County Route 87 to Steuben County Route 96; thence easterly along Steuben County Route 96 to Steuben County Route 114; thence easterly along Steuben County Route 114 to Schuyler County Route 23; thence easterly and southeasterly along Schuyler County Route 23 to Schuyler County Route 28; thence southeasterly along Schuyler County Route 28 to State Route 409 at Watkins Glen; thence southerly along State Route 409 to State Route 414; thence easterly along State Route 414 to the west bank of the Barge Canal in Watkins Glen; thence northerly along the west bank of the Barge Canal to the shore of Seneca Lake; thence westerly along the south shore and northerly along the west shore of Seneca Lake to Plum Point Creek; thence westerly along Plum Point Creek to Plum Point Road; thence northerly along Plum Point Road to Yates County Route 36; thence westerly along Yates County Route 36 to Yates County Route 1 (Himrod Road); thence northwesterly along Yates County Route 1 to East Main Street in the Village of Penn Yan; thence northwesterly along East Main Street to State Route 54 in Penn Yan; thence southwesterly along State Route 54 to State Route 14A; thence northerly along State Route 14A to State Route 364; thence westerly along State Route 364 to Yates County Route 18 (Italy Valley Road); thence southwesterly along Yates County Route 18 to Yates County Route 34; thence easterly along Yates County Route 34 to Yates County Route 32; thence southerly along Yates County Route 32 to Steuben County Route 122; thence southerly along Steuben County Route 122 to State Route 53; thence southerly along State Route 53 to Steuben County Route 74; thence easterly along Steuben County Route 74 to State Route 54A near Pulteney; thence southwesterly along State Route 54A to the point of beginning.

(72) Unit 8S. Those parts of Schuyler, Seneca, Tompkins and Yates Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 14 and State Route 414 in Watkins Glen; thence southerly along State Route 14 to State Route 224 at Montour Falls; thence easterly along State Route 224 to State Route 228 at Odessa; thence northerly along State Route 228 to State Route 79 at Mecklenburg; thence easterly along State Route 79 to the west bank of the Cayuga Lake Inlet at Ithaca; thence northerly along the west bank of the Cayuga Lake Inlet to the south shore of Cayuga Lake; thence westerly along the south shore and northerly along the west shore of Cayuga Lake to Sheldrake Park Road; thence westerly along Sheldrake Park Road to Seneca County Route 139; thence westerly along Seneca County Route 139 to State Route 96A; thence westerly along State Route 96A to Willard Road; thence westerly along Willard Road to the Romulus-Ovid Town boundary; thence westerly along the Romulus-Ovid Town boundary to the Yates-Seneca County boundary (middle of Seneca Lake); thence southerly along the Yates-Seneca County boundary to the Milo-Torrey Town line; thence westerly along the Milo-Torrey Town line to the west shore of Seneca Lake; thence southerly along the west shore and easterly along the south shore of Seneca Lake to the west bank of the Barge Canal at Watkins Glen; thence southerly along the west bank of the Barge Canal to State Route 414; thence westerly and southerly along State Route 414 to the point of beginning.

(73) Unit 8T. That part of Steuben County lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 36 and State Route 17 (Southern Tier Expressway) near Arkport; thence southeasterly along State Route 36 to State Route 417 at Jasper; thence easterly along State Route 417 to State Route 15 at Erwin; thence northeasterly along State Route 15 to State Route 17 (Southern Tier Expressway) near Corning; thence northwesterly and westerly along State Route 17 to the point of beginning.

(74) Unit 8W. Those parts of Chemung, Schuyler, and Steuben Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Routes 54 and 54A near Hammondsport; thence southwesterly along State Route 54 to State Route 415 (Washington Street) at Bath; thence westerly along State Route 415 to Belfast Street; thence westerly along Belfast Street to State Route 17 (Southern Tier Expressway); thence southeasterly and easterly along State Route 17 to State Route 13 near Horseheads; thence northerly along State Route 13 to State Route 223; thence easterly and northeasterly along State Route 223 to State Route 224 in the Town of Van Etten; thence northwesterly along State Route 224 to State Route 14 at Montour Falls; thence northerly along State Route 14 to State Route 409 at Watkins Glen; thence northwesterly along State Route 409 to Schuyler County Route 28; thence northwesterly along Schuyler County Route 28 to Schuyler County Route 23; thence northwesterly and westerly along Schuyler County Route 23 to Steuben County Route 114; thence westerly along Steuben County Route 114 to Steuben County Route 96; thence westerly along Steuben County Route 96 to Steuben County Route 87; thence southwesterly along Steuben County Route 87 to State Route 54; thence southwesterly along State Route 54 to the point of beginning.

(75) Unit 8X. Those parts of Allegany and Steuben Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Allegany County Route 2 and State Route 17 (Southern Tier Expressway) at Almond; thence easterly along Allegany County Route 2 to State Route 21; thence southerly along State Route 21 to State Route 417 at Andover; thence easterly along State Route 417 to Allegany County Route 22 (Independence Road); thence southerly along Allegany County Route 22 to State Route 248; thence southeasterly and easterly along State Route 248 to Allegany County Route 19 (Spring Mills Road) near Whitesville; thence southerly along Allegany County Route 19 to the New York-Pennsylvania boundary; thence easterly along the New York-Pennsylvania boundary to State Route 15 (south of Lindley); thence northerly along State Route 15 to State Route 417; thence westerly along State Route 417 to State Route 36 near Jasper; thence northwesterly along State Route 36 to State Route 17 (Southern Tier Expressway) near Arkport; thence southwesterly along State Route 17 to the point of beginning.

(76) Unit 8Y. Those parts of Chemung, Steuben and Tioga Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 15 and State Route 17 near Corning; thence southwesterly and southerly along State Route 15 to the New York-Pennsylvania boundary; thence easterly along the New York-Pennsylvania boundary to State Route 34 at Waverly; thence northerly along State Route 34 to State Route 224 at Van Etten; thence northwesterly along State Route 224 to State Route 223; thence southwesterly and westerly along State Route 223 to State Route 13; thence southerly along State Route 13 to State Route 17 near Horseheads; thence westerly along State Route 17 to the point of beginning.

(77) Unit 9A. Those parts of Erie and Niagara Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the confluence of the East Branch of the Niagara River and Tonawanda Creek (Niagara-Erie County boundary) near Tonawanda; thence easterly along the Niagara-Erie County boundary (Tonawanda Creek) to State Route 78; thence northerly along State Route 78 to State Route 31 in Lockport; thence northeasterly along State Route 31 to State Route 31E at Middleport; thence northerly along State Route 31E to Niagara County Route 271 (Stone Road); thence northerly along Niagara County Route 271 to State Route 104; thence easterly along State Route 104 to State Route 269 (County Line Road) at Jeddo; thence northerly along State Route 269 and its northern extension to the south shore of Lake Ontario at the eastern boundary of Golden Hill State Park; thence westerly along the south shore of Lake Ontario to the New York-Canadian boundary; thence southerly along the New York-Canadian boundary to the Grand Island-Tonawanda Town line; thence northeasterly along the Grand Island-Tonawanda Town line to the Niagara-Erie County boundary; thence easterly along the Niagara-Erie County boundary to the point of beginning.

(78) Unit 9C. That part of Erie County lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the Grand Island-Tonawanda Town line and the Niagara-Erie County boundary; thence easterly along the Niagara-Erie County boundary (Tonawanda Creek) to its intersection with State Route 78; thence southerly along State Route 78 to its intersection with Greiner Road; thence easterly along Greiner Road to its intersection with State Route 268; thence southerly along State Route 268 (Salt Road) in Clarence to its intersection with State Route 5; thence westerly along State Route 5 to its intersection with Ransom Road; thence southerly along Ransom Road to its intersection with State Route 33; thence westerly along State Route 33 to its intersection with State Route 78; thence southerly along State Route 78 to its intersection with State Route 20; thence southwesterly along State Route 20 to its intersection with State Route 20A; thence westerly along State Route 20A and its extension (Big Tree Road) to Lake Erie; thence northerly along the shores of Lake Erie and the Niagara River to the Peace Bridge; thence westerly along the Peace Bridge to the International boundary; thence northerly along the International boundary to the Grand Island-Tonawanda Town line; thence northwesterly and northeasterly along the Grand Island-Tonawanda Town line to the point of beginning.

(79) Unit 9F. Those parts of Erie and Niagara Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Routes 31 and 78 (Transit Road) in Lockport; thence southerly along State Route 78 to Greiner Road in Williamsville; thence easterly along Greiner Road to State Route 268 (Salt Road) in Clarence; thence southerly along State Route 268 to State Route 5; thence westerly along State Route 5 to Ransom Road; thence southerly along Ransom Road to State Route 33 (Genesee Street); thence westerly along State Route 33 to State Route 78; thence southerly along State Route 78 to State Route 20; thence southerly and southwesterly along State Route 20 to State Route 20A at Big Tree; thence easterly along State Route 20A to Four Rod Road at Wales Center; thence northerly along Four Rod Road to Liberia Road; thence westerly along Liberia Road to Two Rod Road; thence northerly along Two Rod Road to State Route 354 (Clinton Street); thence easterly along State Route 354 to Exchange Street; thence northerly along Exchange Street to State Route 20 in Alden; thence easterly along State Route 20 to Alden-Crittenden Road; thence northerly along Alden-Crittenden Road to Crittenden-Murrays Corner Road; thence northerly along Crittenden-Murrays Corner Road to State Route 5 south of Akron; thence westerly along State Route 5 to State Route 93; thence northerly along State Route 93 to the north bank of Tonawanda Creek; thence easterly along the north bank of Tonawanda Creek to Foot Road; thence northerly along Foot Road to Ditch Road; thence northerly along Ditch Road to Griswold Street; thence northerly along Griswold Street to State Route 31; thence westerly along State Route 31 to the point of beginning.

(80) Unit 9G. Those parts of Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, and Erie Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Routes 20 and 20A at Big Tree; thence westerly along State Route 20A and its extension (Big Tree Road) to the shore of Lake Erie; thence southwesterly along the shore of Lake Erie to Central Avenue in Dunkirk; thence southerly along Central Avenue to State Route 5; thence easterly along State Route 5 to State Route 60; thence southeasterly along State Route 60 to State Route 20; thence northeasterly along State Route 20 to State Route 39; thence easterly along State Route 39 to State Route 62 in Gowanda; thence northeasterly along State Route 62 to State Route 391 in Hamburg; thence southeasterly along State Route 391 to State Route 219; thence northeasterly along State Route 219 to State Route 20A near Orchard Park; thence westerly along State Route 20A to the point of beginning.

(81) Unit 9H. Those parts of Erie, Genesee, and Wyoming Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 19 and State Route 20 near Pavilion Center; thence westerly along State Route 20 to Exchange Street at Alden; thence southerly along Exchange Street to State Route 354 (Clinton Street); thence westerly along State Route 354 to Two Rod Road; thence southerly along Two Rod Road to Liberia Road; thence easterly along Liberia Road to Four Rod Road; thence southerly along Four Rod Road to State Route 20A at Wales Center; thence westerly along State Route 20A to State Route 219 near Orchard Park; thence southwesterly along State Route 219 to State Route 391; thence northwesterly along State Route 391 to State Route 62 in Hamburg; thence southwesterly along State Route 62 to the south bank of Cattaraugus Creek at Gowanda; thence easterly along the south bank of Cattaraugus Creek to State Route 98 at Arcade; thence southerly along State Route 98 to State Route 39; thence northeasterly along State Route 39 to State Route 246 at Perry; thence northerly along State Route 246 to State Route 63; thence northwesterly along State Route 63 to State Route 19 at Pavilion; thence northerly along State Route 19 to the point of beginning.

(82) Unit 9J. That part of Chautauqua County lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Central Avenue and the shore of Lake Erie at Dunkirk; thence southwesterly along the shore of Lake Erie to the New York-Pennsylvania boundary; thence southerly and easterly along the New York-Pennsylvania boundary to Chautauqua County Route 53 near Fentonville; thence northerly along Chautauqua County Route 53 to State Route 62 at Frewsburg; thence northeasterly along State Route 62 to State Route 17 (Southern Tier Expressway); thence southwesterly along State Route 17 to its intersection with State Route 60 north of Jamestown; thence northwesterly along State Route 60 to State Route 5 in Dunkirk; thence southwesterly along State Route 5 to Central Avenue; thence northerly along Central Avenue to the point of beginning.

(83) Unit 9K. Those parts of Cattaraugus and Chautauqua Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 20 and State Route 60 at Reed Corners; thence southerly along State Route 60 to State Route 17 (Southern Tier Expressway) near Jamestown; thence northeasterly along State Route 17 to its intersection with West Main Street near the Cattaraugus County boundary; thence easterly along West Main Street to Main Street in Randolph; thence easterly along Mair Street to State Route 394; thence easterly along State Route 394 to State Route 242; thence northeasterly along State Route 242 to State Route 353 at Little Valley; thence northwesterly along State Route 353 to Cattaraugus County Route 4 (Broadway Road) at Snyders Corners; thence northerly along Cattaraugus County Route 4 to Palmer Street in Gowanda; thence westerly along Palmer Street to Commercial Street; thence northerly along Commercial Street to South Water Street; thence northwesterly along South Water Street to State Route 39; thence westerly along State Route 39 to State Route 20; thence southwesterly along State Route 20 to the point of beginning.

(84) Unit 9M. That part of Cattaraugus County lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the south bank of the Cattaraugus Creek and State Route 39 at Gowanda; thence southerly along State Route 39 to South Water Street; thence southeasterly along South Water Street to Commercial Street; thence southerly along Commercial Street to Palmer Street; thence easterly along Palmer Street to Cattaraugus County Route 4 (Broadway Road); thence southerly along Cattaraugus County Route 4 to State Route 353 at Snyders Corners; thence southeasterly along State Route 353 to State Route 242 at Little Valley; thence northeasterly along State Route 242 to State Route 219 at Ellicottville; thence southeasterly along State Route 219 to State Route 98 at Great Valley; thence northeasterly along State Route 98 to State Route 16 near Cadiz; thence northerly along State Route 16 to the south bank of Cattaraugus Creek near Yorkshire; thence southwesterly along the south bank of Cattaraugus Creek to the point of beginning.

(85) Unit 9N. Those parts of Allegany, Cattaraugus, and Wyoming Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the south bank of Cattaraugus Creek and State Route 16 near Yorkshire; thence southerly along State Route 16 to the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad south of Machias; thence northeasterly along the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad to State Route 98; thence southeasterly along State Route 98 to State Route 243; thence southeasterly along State Route 243 to State Route 19 at Caneadea; thence southerly along State Route 19 to Allegany County Route 46 (East Hill Road) at Caneadea; thence easterly along Allegany County Route 46 to the east bank of the Genesee River; thence northeasterly along the east bank of the Genesee River to State Route 436 at Portageville; thence westerly along State Route 436 to State Route 19A; thence northerly along State Route 19A to State Route 39; thence southwesterly along State Route 39 to State Route 98 at Arcade; thence northerly along State Route 98 to the south bank of Cattaraugus Creek; thence westerly along the south bank of Cattaraugus Creek to the point of beginning.

(86) Unit 9P. Those parts of Allegany, Livingston, and Steuben Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 436 and the Genesee River at Portageville; thence southwesterly and southeasterly along the east bank of the Genesee River to State Route 17 (Southern Tier Expressway); thence southwesterly along State Route 17 to State Route 305 near Cuba; thence southerly along State Route 305 to Allegany County Route 40 in West Clarksville; thence southeasterly along Allegany County Route 40 to State Route 275 at Richburg; thence southerly along State Route 275 to State Route 417 in Bolivar; thence northeasterly along State Route 417 to the Genesee River at Wellsville; thence northerly along the east bank of the Genesee River to Allegany County Route 9 (River Street) at Scio; thence easterly along Allegany County Route 9 to Allegany County Route 10 (Vandermark Road) at Scio; thence northeasterly along Allegany County Route 10 to State Route 244 at Five Corners; thence easterly along State Route 244 to State Route 21 at Alfred Station; thence northerly along State Route 21 to Allegany County Route 2 at Almond; thence westerly along Allegany County Route 2 to State Route 17 (Southern Tier Expressway); thence northeasterly along State Route 17 to State Route 36 near Arkport; thence northerly along State Route 36 to State Route 436 at Dansville; thence westerly along State Route 436 to the point of beginning.

(87) Unit 9R. Those parts of Cattaraugus and Chautauqua Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 98 and State Route 219 at Great Valley; thence northerly along State Route 219 to State Route 242 at Ellicottville; thence southwesterly along State Route 242 to State Route 394; thence westerly along State Route 394 to Main Street in Randolph; thence westerly along Main Street to West Main Street; thence westerly along West Main Street to State Route 17 (Southern Tier Expressway); thence westerly along State Route 17 to State Route 62; thence southwesterly along State Route 62 to Chautauqua County Route 53 at Frewsburg; thence southerly along Chautauqua County Route 53 to the New York-Pennsylvania boundary; thence easterly along the New York-Pennsylvania boundary to the Allegany State Park boundary; thence northeasterly along the Allegany State Park boundary to Parkway Drive at Salamanca; thence northerly along Parkway Drive to State Route 417; thence northeasterly along State Route 417 to State Route 219; thence northerly along State Route 219 to the point of beginning.

(88) Unit 9S. That part of Cattaraugus County lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the New York-Pennsylvania boundary and Parkside Drive (southern portion known as Cattaraugus County Route 31); thence northerly along Parkside Drive to the Allegany State Park boundary (which is also the south boundary of the Allegany Indian Reservation); thence northwesterly and southwesterly along said boundary to the New York-Pennsylvania boundary; thence easterly along the New York-Pennsylvania boundary to the point of beginning.

(89) Unit 9T. That part of Cattaraugus County lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the New York-Pennsylvania boundary line and the west bank of the Allegheny River; thence northerly and westerly along the bank of the Allegheny River to its intersection with State Route 16 at Olean; thence northerly along State Route 16 to Exit 26 of State Route 17 (Southern Tier Expressway); thence northerly along State Route 17 to State Route 16 (Exit 27) near Maplehurst; thence northerly along State Route 16 to State Route 98 east of Cadiz; thence southwesterly along State Route 98 to State Route 219 at Great Valley; thence southerly along State Route 219 to State Route 417 at Salamanca; thence southwesterly along State Route 417 to Parkway Drive; thence southwesterly along Parkway Drive to the Allegany State Park boundary; thence southeasterly along the Allegany State Park boundary to its intersection with Parkside Drive; thence southerly along Parkside Drive (southern portion known as Cattaraugus County Route 31) to the New York-Pennsylvania boundary; thence easterly along this boundary to the point of beginning.

(90) Unit 9W. Those parts of Allegany and Cattaraugus Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad and State Route 16 near Machias; thence southerly along State Route 16 to State Route 17 (Southern Tier Expressway) near Maplehurst; thence northeasterly along State Route 17 to the east bank of the Genesee River near Belvidere; thence northwesterly along the east bank of the Genesee River to Allegany County Route 46 (East Hill Road) at Caneadea; thence westerly along Allegany County Route 46 to State Route 19; thence northerly along State Route 19 to State Route 243 at Caneadea; thence northwesterly along State Route 243 to State Route 98; thence northwesterly along State Route 98 to the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad; thence southwesterly along the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad to the point of beginning.

(91) Unit 9X. Those parts of Allegany and Cattaraugus Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the New York-Pennsylvania boundary and the east bank of the Genesee River (south of Shongo); thence northerly along the east bank of the Genesee River to State Route 417 at Wellsville; thence southwesterly along State Route 417 to State Route 275 at Bolivar; thence northerly along State Route 275 to Allegany County Route 40 at Richburg; thence northwesterly along Allegany County Route 40 to State Route 305 at West Clarksville; thence northerly along State Route 305 to State Route 17 (Southern Tier Expressway) at Cuba; thence southwesterly along State Route 17 to State Route 16 (Exit 26) at the City of Olean; thence southerly along State Route 16 to the south bank of the Allegheny River; thence easterly and southerly along the bank of the Allegheny River to the New York-Pennsylvania boundary; thence easterly along this boundary to the point of beginning.

(92) Unit 9Y. That part of Allegany County lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Allegany County Route 10, State Route 19 and Allegany County Route 9 (River Street) in Scio; thence westerly along Allegany County Route 9 to the east bank of the Genesee River; thence southeasterly along the east bank of the Genesee River to the New York-Pennsylvania boundary; thence easterly along the New York-Pennsylvania boundary to Allegany County Route 19 (Spring Mills Road); thence northwesterly along Allegany County Route 19 to State Route 248 near Whitesville; thence northwesterly along State Route 248 to Allegany County Route 22; thence northerly, easterly and northerly again along Allegany County Route 22 to State Route 417 east of Andover; thence westerly along State Route 417 to State Route 21 at Andover; thence northerly along State Route 21 to State Route 244 at Alfred Station; thence southwesterly along State Route 244 to Allegany County Route 10 (Vandermark Road) at Five Corners; thence southwesterly along Allegany County Route 10 to the point of beginning.