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Part 940: Hoosic River Drainage Basin

(Statutory authority: Environmental Conservation Law, § 17-0301)

Contents:

Sec.

§940.1 Adopting Order

(a) Pursuant to article 17 of the Environmental Conservation Law, after proper study and following public hearings held on due notice, the Department of Environmental Conservation hereby adopts and assigns the following classifications and standards of quality and purity to all surface waters within the designated drainage basins of Upper Hudson and Hoosick Rivers within Essex, Warren, Washington, Fulton, Rensselaer, Hamilton and Saratoga Counties, as hereinafter described.

§940.2 Definitions and Conditions

The several terms, words or phrases hereinafter mentioned shall be construed as follows:

(a) Item No. In table I an item number is assigned to each specifically designated waters or portions thereof.

(b) Waters Index Number as appearing in table I shall mean that number or abbreviation which has been assigned to any specifically designated waters or portions thereof for the purpose of identification.

(1) The numbering or index system used to identify specific waters of New York State was adapted from that used by the New York State Conservation Department in its biological survey series of reports on watersheds of the State. The primary waters of a drainage basin, such as rivers or large lakes are usually referred to by name or an abbreviation. Tributaries of primary waters are consecutively numbered progressing upstream from the mouth. Ponds and lakes are numbered consecutively as they are encountered, such numbers being preceded by the letter P. Tributaries of such lakes and ponds are numbered consecutively as they enter, progressing clockwise around the lake or pond from its outlet or mouth. When isolated lakes and ponds are referenced by a waters index number, it is merely for convenience of their identification and location within a subdrainage basin, and it is not necessarily indicative of their being tributary to any waters to which no surface connection is shown on the reference maps.

(2) This system was applied to the basin under consideration by the Conservation Department in its biological survey of the Hoosic River watershed and has been closely followed in connection with the identification of the waters with the following exceptions: Some of the stream numbers do not run consecutively due to the omission of streams originally shown on older maps employed by the Conservation Department at the time of its survey, but not shown on newer maps reproduced herein. Conversely, a few streams not shown on the older maps but appearing on the newer maps are designated by the letters a, b, c, etc.

(3) The system as applied to the identification of waters in the Hoosic River drainage basin may be illustrated as follows:

Waters Index Number Name of Waters Explanation
H Hudson River Primary waters within New York State extending upstream from The Battery, New York City.
H-264 Hoosic River The 264th tributary entering the Hudson River in New York State numbering consecutively upstream from the mouth at The Battery.
H-264-4 Tomhannock Creek The 4th tributary entering Hoosic River numbering upstream from the mouth.
H-264-4-P 1095 Tomhannock Reservoir The 1095th pond, lake or reservoir encountered in the biological survey of the Upper Hudson River watershed, and specifically located in the drainage basin of Tomhannock Creek.
H-264-4-P 1095-1 Otter Creek The 1st tributary entering the Tomhannock Reservoir numbering clockwise from the mouth.

(c) The abbreviations trib., tribs., subtrib. and subtribs. indicating tributary, tributaries, subtributary and subtributaries, respectively, shall mean any stream, lake, pond or other body of surface water which flows into any other stream, lake, pond or other body of surface water. Where no tributaries or subtributaries are mentioned, the specifically designated waters shall include only the stream, lake, pond or other body of surface water referenced by such waters index number; where tributaries or subtributaries are mentioned after the waters index number, the specifically designated waters shall include the stream, lake, pond or other body of surface water referenced by such waters index number and all tributaries and subtributaries thereof, which are shown on the reference maps, unless exceptions are expressly stated.

(d) Name as appearing in table I shall mean the name, if any, by which the specifically designated waters are generally known and which may appear on the reference maps. In cases of specifically designated waters which have no name, the named tributary to which the unnamed waters are tributary is indicated as far as possible.

(e) Description as appearing in table I shall mean a brief indication as to the location of the specifically designated waters. Entries may include designations of segments or sections of waters to which a particular assignment of a class and standards shall apply. Entries may also include any useful information pertinent to the classification and standards.

(f) Map Ref. No. as appearing in table I means map reference number and indicates one or more of the following numbered maps reproduced herein completely, or in part, on which the specifically designated waters and their index numbers are shown. The following maps were produced from original maps which may be procured through the Washington Distribution Section, Geological Survey.

Map Ref. No. Quadrangle Name Published By Edition
H-25 Schuylerville U.S. Geological Survey 1947
H-26SW Cambridge U.S. Geological Survey 1946
H-26SE Shushan U.S. Geological Survey 1946
J-25 Cohoes U.S. Geological Survey 1949
J-26SW Grafton U.S. Geological Survey 1946
J-26NW Eagle Bridge U.S. Geological Survey 1946
J-26NE Hoosick Falls U.S. Geological Survey 1946
J-26SE North Pownal U.S. Geological Survey 1946
K-26 Berlin U.S. Geological Survey 1898

(g) Class as appearing in table I, and denoted by the letters AA, A, B, C, D or AAndash;Special (AA-S) opposite each specifically designated waters, shall mean classes AA, A, B, C, D or AA-Special (AA-S) as the case may be, as set forth in Part 701, supra.

(h) Standards as appearing in table I, and denoted by the letters AA, A, B, C, D or AA-SPECIAL (AA-S) opposite each specifically designated waters shall mean the standards of quality and purity established for class AA, A, B, C, D or AA-Special (AA-S) as the case may be, as set forth in Part 703, supra. The symbol (T) appearing after any standard designation shall mean that the designated waters are trout waters and that the dissolved oxygen specification for trout waters shall apply thereto. The symbol (TS) after any standard designation shall mean that the designated waters are suitable for trout spawning and that the dissolved oxygen specification for trout spawning waters shall apply thereto.

(i) The term trout as used in this Part means any fish in the following genera: "Coregonus", "Oncorhynchus", "Prosopium", "Salmo", "Salvelinus" and "Thymallus".

(j) All streams or other bodies of water which appear as lines to indicate natural waters on the reference maps herein, and which are not specifically designated in table I, shall be assigned the same classes and assigned standards as the specifically designated waters to which they are directly tributary.

(k) All streams or other bodies of water which are not shown on the reference maps herein shall be assigned to class D, as set forth in Part 701, supra, except that any continuous flowing natural stream which is not shown on the reference maps shall have the same classification and assigned standards as the waters to which it is directly tributary.

(l) The Hoosic River drainage basin shall be deemed to include the following areas: All land and water areas, the natural surface water drainage from which is directly or indirectly tributary to the Hoosic River.

§940.3 Assigned Classifications and Standards of Quality and Purity

The classifications and standards of quality and purity which are hereby assigned to all fresh surface waters within the Hoosic River drainage basin are as set forth in table I.

§940.4 Table I

Table I
Classifications And Standards of Quality And Purity Which Are Assigned to All Fresh Surface Waters Within The Hoosic River Drainage Basin, Rensselaer And Washington Counties, New York
Item No. Waters Index Number Name Description Map Ref. No. Class Standards
1 H-264, portion as described Hoosic River Enters Hudson-Champlain Canal from northeast across the Hudson River from Village of Stillwater, 1.5 miles upstream from Lock 3. From mouth to 0.1 mile below trib. 6a. J-25 B B
1.1 H-264, portion as described Hoosic River From 0.1 mile below trib. 6a to Johnsonville Dam, 0.3 mile above trib. 9. J-25 B B(T)
1.2 H-264 portion as described Hoosic River From Johnsonville Dam, 0.3 mile above trib. 9, to 0.1 mile below trib. 20. J-25 J-26nw B B
1.3 H-264 portion as described Hoosic River From 0.1 mile below trib. 20 to trib. 23 (Walloomsac River). J-26nw J-26ne B B(T)
2 H-264, portion as described Hoosic River From trib. 23 upstream 3.5 miles to the south corporation line of the Village of Hoosic Falls. J-26ne C C(T)
3 H-264, portion as described Hoosic River From south corporation line of the Village of Hoosick Falls to the highway bridge on Route NY 7, 0.75 mile southwest of the hamlet of Hoosick. J-26ne J-26se B B(T)
4 H-264, portion as described Hoosic River From the highway bridge on Route NY 7 to the New York-Vermont State line, 250 feet north of highway bridge on Route NY 346. J-26se C C(T)
5 H-264-P 1114 Power dam forebay Located on Hoosic River approximately 0.5 mile north of the south corporation line of the Village of Schaghticoke. J-25 C C
6 H-264-P 1115 Power dam backwater Located on the Hoosic River in the southeast section of the Village of Schaghticoke adjacent to the Boston and Maine railroad and extending east of the east village corporation line. J-25 C C
7 H-264-P 1115a, P 1115b, P 1115c, P 1115e Pine Lake Unnamed pond Unnamed pond Unnamed pond Four ponds located on the Hoosic River: P 1115a begins 1.0 mile upstream from power dam at hamlet of Johnsonville and 1.2 miles south of the Rensselaer-Washington county line. P 1115b, P 1115c and P 1115e are 0.1, 0.5 and 0.6 mile north of the Rensselaer-Washington county line and 0.9 mile southwest, 0.8 mile west and 0.3 mile west of the hamlet of Buskirk. J-26nw B B
8 H-264-P 1115h Unnamed pond Located 0.1 mile east of the Hoosic River 1.1 miles upstream from trib. 23 (Walloomsac River) and 0.25 mile north of north corporation line of Village of Hoosick Falls. J-26ne C C
9 H-264-P 1123a Unnamed pond Located approximately 0.1 mile west of the Hoosic River and 1.1 miles south of north corporation line of Village of Hoosick Falls. J-26ne C C
10 H-264-P 1115q Unnamed pond Located on a loop of the Hoosic River 1.2 miles south of hamlet of Hoosick, adjacent to east side of Boston and Maine Railroad 0.9 mile north of Petersburg Junction. J-26se C C
11 H-264-1, 2, 3 Tribs. of Hoosic River Enter from north, east and southwest, 1.8, 2.0 and 2.8 miles upstream from mouth and 2.8, 2.5 and 2.7 miles, respectively, west of west corporation line of Village of Schaghticoke. J-25 C C
12 H-264-4 portion as described including trib. 1 Tomhannock Creek Enters Hoosic River from southwest 3.2 miles upstream from mouth and 2.0 miles west of west corporation line of Village of Schaghticoke. From mouth to P 1095 (Tomhannock Reservoir). Trib. 1 enters Tomhannock Creek from south 0.7 mile upstream from mouth. J-25 C C
13 H-264-4-P 1095 Tomhannock Reservoir Located on Tomhannock Creek beginning 4.8 miles upstream from its mouth and 1.2 miles south of theVillage of Schaghticoke. J-25 A A
14 H-264-4-P 1095-1 Otter Creek Enters Tomhannock Reservoir from north approximately 0.5 mile west of hamlet of Tomhannock and 1.4 miles east of Schaghticoke-Pittstown town line. J-25 J-26nw A A
15 H-264-4-P 1095-1-P 1096 Unnamed pond Isolated pond located 0.5 mile north of a point on Otter Creek 0.5 mile upstream from its mouth. J-25 A A
16 H-264-4-P 1095-1-1 including P 1097, 2, 3, 4 including P 1098, P 1099 Tribs. of Otter Creek Tribs. enter from northeast, south, northeast and south 0.7, 1.7, 2.0 and 2.3 miles, respectively, upstream from mouth. P 1097 is located at source of trib. 1. P 1098 and P 1099 are located at source of trib. 4. J-25 A A
17 H-264-4-P 1095-1-6 including P 1103 Trib. of Otter Creek Enters from north 1.1 miles upstream from trib. 4. P 1103 (Newcomb Pond) is located on trib. 6, 1.0 mile upstream from mouth. J-26nw A A(T)
18 H-264-4-P 1095-1-7 and trib., P 1106 10, 13 including P 1106a, P 1107, 14 Tribs. of Otter Creek Tribs. 7, 10 and 13 enter from north, south and north approximately 0.5, 2.1 and 3.6 miles, respectively, upstream from trib. 6. P 1106 (Wing Pond) is isolated pond approximately 0.5 mile north of Otter Creek and 1.5 miles east of confluence of trib.7 with Otter Creek. P 1106a (Echo Lake) is located at source of trib. 13. P 1107 is located on Otter Creek 0.6 mile upstream from trib. 13. Trib. 14 enters from southeast at outlet of P 1107. J-26nw J-26sw A A
19 H-264-4-P 1095-2 Trib. of Tomhannock Reservoir Enters Tomhannock Reservoir from the east about 2.7 miles southeast of its outlet and 1.2 miles south of the hamlet of Tomhannock. J-25 A A
20 H-264-4-P 1095-3, portion as described Sunkauissia Creek Enters Tomhannock Reservoir from east 1.5 miles southeast of trib. 2 and 1.9 miles north of south end of reservoir. From mouth to trib. 4. J-25 J-26sw A A(T)
20.1 H-264-4-P 1095-3, portion as described Sunkauissia Creek From trib. 4 to source. J-26sw A A(TS)
21 H-264-4-P 1095-3-1 and trib., 2 and tribs. including P 1107a, 4 including P 1107b Tribs. of Sunkauissia Creek Enter from northeast, north and north 0.5, 1.7 and 2.1 miles upstream from mouth and 1.6 miles northwest, 0.6 mile northwest and 1.0 mile northeast of hamlet of Pittstown. P 1107a is located at source of trib. 1 of trib. 2, 0.8 mile north of hamlet of Pittstown. P 1107b is located at source of trib. 4, 1.5 miles northeast of hamlet of Pittstown. J-25 J-26sw A A
22 H-264-4-P 1095-3-6, portion as described Couch Hollow Enters Sunkauissia Creek from south 0.4 mile upstream from trib. 4 and 0.6 mile northwest of hamlet of Boyntonville. From mouth to trib. 6. J-26sw A A(TS)
23 H-264-4-P 1095-3-6, portion as described, including P 1109b, P 1108, P 1109 Couch Hollow From trib. 6 to source. P 1109b and P 1108 (Banker Pond) are located 0.7 and 0.8 miles upstream from trib. 6 and 0.9 and 0.8 miles northwest of the hamlet of Babcock Lake. P 1109 (Babcock Lake) is source of Couch Hollow. J-26sw A A
24 H-264-4-P 1095-3-6-1 including P 1107d Trib. of Couch Hollow Enters from south 0.1 mile from mouth and 0.6 mile west of hamlet of Boyntonville. P 1107d is located at source of trib. 1, 1.3 miles upstream from mouth and 1.4 miles southwest of hamlet of Boyntonville. J-26sw A A
25 H-264-4-P 1095-3-6-6 Trib. of Couch Hollow Enters from south at Pittstown-Grafton town line 1.5 miles northwest of hamlet of Babcock Lake. J-26sw A A(T)
26 H-264-4-P 1095-3-6-6a, 6b including P 1109a, 7 Tribs. of Couch Hollow Enter from northeast, north and south, 0.5, 1.3 and 1.4 miles upstream from trib. 6 and 1.0 mile northwest. 0.3 mile west and 0.2 mile west of hamlet of Babcock Lake. P 1109a is located at source of trib. 6b, 0.3 mile upstream from mouth. J-26sw A A
27 H-264-4-P 1095-3-6a, 7 and tribs. including P 1107c, 8a Tribs. of Sunkauissia Creek Enter from north, east and east 0.4, 1.4, and 2.0 miles upstream from trib. 6 and 0.4 mile northwest 0.6 and 1.2 miles northeast of hamlet of Boyntonville, respectively. P 1107c (Lake Lorraine) is located on trib. 7 1.0 mile upstream from mouth and 1.5 miles northeast of Boyntonville. J-26sw A A
28 H-264-4-P 1095-4 and tribs., 5 and tribs., 5a and tribs. including P 1113a, P 1113, 6, 7 and tribs., P 1111 Tribs. of Tomhannock Reservoir Enter from northeast, east, west, west and west in section beginning on east side of reservoir 0.4 mile from south end and 0.9 mile northeast of hamlet of Reymertown and extending clockwise to a point 2.3 miles northeast of hamlet of Melrose. P 1113a and P 1113 are located on trib. 5a, 0.3 and 1.0 mile upstream from mouth at and 0.7 mile southwest of hamlet of Reymertown. P 1111 is an isolated pond located in Town of Pittstown 1.6 miles north of south and 2.1 miles east of west town line. J-25 J-26sw A A
28.1 H-264-4a Trib. of Hoosic River Enters from south 0.7 mile downstream from trib. 5. J-25 C C
29 H-264-5 and trib., 6 and trib., 7 Tribs. of Hoosic River Enter from north, north and northwest 0.5 mile downstream (west) and 0.7 mile upstream (east) from power dam in Village of Valley Falls and 1.5 miles downstream (west) from power dam in hamlet of Johnsville. J-25 C C
29.1 H-264-5a, 6a and trib. Tribs. of Hoosic River Enter from south 1.0 mile upstream from trib. 5 and 0.6 mile downstream from trib. 7, respectively. J-25 C C(TS)
30 H-264-8, portion as described Powamppokonk Creek Enters Hoosic River from north 0.8 mile downstream (west) of power dam in hamlet of Johnsonville and 1.5 miles northeast of Village of Valley Falls. From mouth to trib. 3, 2.0 miles upstream from mouth and 1.3 miles northeast of power dam in hamlet of Johnsonville. Formerly known as Pequa-Mpac-Ak Creek from mouth to trib. 1 and Fly Creek from trib. 1 to source. J-25 C C(TS)
31 H-264-8, portion as described Fly Creek From trib. 3 to source. Name changes from Powamppokonk Creek to Fly Creek. J-25 C C(T)
31.1 H-264-8a Trib. of Hoosic River Enters from south 0.2 mile upstream from trib. 8. J-25 C C(TS)
32 H-264-8-1 and trib. Trib. of Powamppokonk Creek Enters from west 0.8 mile upstream from mouth and 0.8 mile northwest of power dam in hamlet of Johnsonville. J-25 C C(T)
33 H-264-8-2 Trib. of Powamppokonk Creek Enters from northwest 0.7 mile upstream from trib. 1 and 1.0 mile northwest of power dam in hamlet of Johnsonville. J-25 C C
34 H-264-8-3, portion as described Wampecack Creek Enters Powamppokonk Creek from northeast 0.8 mile upstream from trib. 2 and 0.3 mile south of Rensselaer-Washington county line. From mouth to Rensselaer-Washington county line. J-25 J-26nw C C
34.1 H-264-8-3, portion as described Wampecack Creek From Rensselaer-Washington county line to road crossing just west of West Cambridge, 1.8 miles upstream from South Cambridge. J-26nw C C(TS)
35 H-264-8-3, portion as described Wampecack Creek From road crossing just west of West Cambridge to source. J-26nw H-26sw H-25 C C(T)
36 H-264-8-3-1a, 1b, 1e Tribs. of Wampecack Creek Enter Wampecack Creek from the northwest, west and northeast, 0.1 mile north of road crossing at South Cambridge 0.3 mile south and 0.8 mile north of road crossing just west of West Cambridge, respectively. J-26nw H-26sw C C(T)
37 H-264-8-4, 5, 6 and trib. 2, 8, 9 including P 1116c Tribs. of Fly Creek Enter from west, east and northwest 0.2, 1.4, 2.3, 3.3 and 4.1 miles upstream from trib. 3. P 1116c is located at source of trib. 9. J-25 J-26nw C C
37.1 H-264-8-7, P 1116, P 1116a, P 1116b Tribs. of Fly Creek P 1116 is isolated pond located 0.2 mile east of Fly Creek and 0.2 mile south of trib. 5. P 1116a is located at source of trib. 7. P 1116b is isolated pond located 0.5 mile west of Fly Creek, 0.2 mile south of trib. 6. J-25 J-26nw C C
38 H-264-9 Trib. of Hoosic River Enters in Village of Johnsonville 0.2 mile downstream from power dam. J-25 J-26nw C C(TS)
39 H-264-10 Nickmush or Nipmoose Brook Enters Hoosic River from east at east end of P 1115a (Pine Lake) 0.1 mile south of Route NY 67. J-26nw C C(T)
40 H-264-10-2, and trib., 3, 5 and trib., 7, 8 and trib., 11 Tribs. of Nipmoose Brook Enter from south, east, east, southeast, east and south, 0.7, 1.9, 2.8, 4.2, 5.0 and 6.1 miles upstream from mouth, respectively. J-26nw J-26sw C C(T)
40.1 H-264-10-7-P 1120 and 10-8-P 1120a Unnamed ponds P 1120 is located on trib. 7 in hamlet of West Hoosick. P 1120a is located at source of trib. 8, 1.3 miles east of West Hoosick. J-26nw C C
41 H-264-12 Trib. of Hoosic River Enters from southeast just north of the Rensselaer-Washington County line and 1.4 miles west of hamlet of East Buskirk. J-26nw C C
42 H-264-13 and tribs. 1a, 1, 1b, P 1115j Trib. of Hoosic River Enters from north on north shore of P 1115c, 0.8 mile west of hamlet of Buskirk. Trib. 1a enters trib. 13 from northwest 1.0 mile upstream from mouth and 0.9 mile east of hamlet of South Cambridge. Tribs. 1 and 1b enter from southeast and northwest 0.2 mile southwest from crossroads at hamlet of Center Cambridge. P 1115j is located on trib. 13, 0.6 mile upstream from trib. 1a, 1.0 mile northeast of hamlet of South Cambridge. J-26nw H-26sw C C(T)
43 H-264-14 including P 1115d Trib. of Hoosic River Enters Hoosic River from the northeast on the northeast shore of P 1115c, 0.6 mile west of the hamlet of Buskirk. P 1115d is located adjacent to trib. 14, 0.3 mile upstream from its mouth and 0.5 mile west of Buskirk. J-26nw C C
44 H-264-15 including tribs. 1, 1a, 2a Whipple Brook or Pencil Brook Enters Hoosic River from the north 2.0 miles southeast of the hamlet of South Cambridge and 0.2 mile northwest of the hamlet of Buskirk. Tribs. 1, 1a and 2a enter Whipple Brook from the northwest, north and northwest 0.7, 1.9 and 3.6 miles upstream from its mouth. J-26nw H-26sw C C(T)
45 H-264-15a including trib. 1 and P 1115f Trib. of Hoosic River Enters Hoosic River from the south 0.2 mile upstream from trib. 5 and 0.2 mile north of the hamlet of Buskirk. Trib. 1 enters trib. 15a from the south 1.0 mile upstream from its mouth, 0.2 mile east of the hamlet of East Buskirk. P 1115f is located on trib. 15a, 0.5 mile upstream from its mouth just south of the railroad from Eagle Bridge to Buskirk. J-26nw C C(T)
46 H-264-16 and 18 Tribs. of Hoosic River Enter Hoosic River from the north, south and northeast 0.3 and 1.5 miles upstream from highway bridge at the hamlet of Buskirk, and 1.2 and 2.4 miles downstream from highway bridge on Route NY 67 at the hamlet of Eagle Bridge. J-26nw C C(TS)
46.1 H-264-17 and P 1115g Trib. of Hoosic River Enters 0.5 mile upstream of highway at hamlet of Buskirk and 2.2 miles downstream from highway bridge on Route NY 67 at hamlet of Eagle Bridge. P 1115g (Golden Pond) is isolated pond located just south of Route NY 67, 1.1 miles east of Buskirk. J-26nw C C
47 H-264-20, portion as described Owl Kill Enters Hoosic River from the east just south of highway bridge on Route NY 67, 0.2 mile northeast of the hamlet of Eagle Bridge. From mouth to trib. 12. J-26nw H-26sw H-26se C C(T)
48 H-264-20 portion as described Owl Kill From trib. 12 to P 1121 (Lake Lauderdale), 4.2 miles upstream from trib. 11 and 1.5 miles southwest of Shushan. H-26se C C
49 H-264-20-1 and trib., 2 Tribs. of Owl Kill Enter from east and west 1.4 and 1.6 miles upstream from mouth and 1.2 and 1.3 miles northeast of hamlet of Eagle Bridge, respectively. J-26nw J-26ne C C
50 H-264-20-3, portion as described Center White Creek Enters Owl Kill from east 0.4 mile upstream from trib. 2 and 0.3 mile west on the highway west from Route NY 22 at hamlet of Center White Creek. From mouth to trib. 1, 2.9 miles upstream from mouth and 1.1 miles northeast of hamlet of Post Corners. J-26nw J-26ne C C
51 H-264-20-3, portion as described including tribs. 1 and 3 Center White Creek From trib. 1 to source, including tribs. 1 and 3 which enter Center White Creek from the north 2.9 and 3.7 miles upstream from its mouth and 1.1 and 1.9 miles northeast of the hamlet of Post Corners. J-26ne H-26se C C(T)
52 H-264-20-4 Trib. of Owl Kill Enters from north 0.4 mile upstream from trib. 3 approximately 0.3 mile northwest of hamlet of Center White Creek. J-26nw C C
52.1 H-264-20-5 Trib. of Owl Kill Enters Owl Kill from the east 0.7 mile upstream from trib. 3 approximately 0.4 mile northwest of the hamlet of Center White Creek. J-26nw J-26ne C C
53 H-264-20-6 portion as described and trib. including P 1115i Mosley Brook and Thurber Pond Enters Owl Kill from west 0.5 mile upstream from trib. 5, 1.5 miles northeast of hamlet of Oak Hill. From mouth to P 1115i, which is located on Mosley Brook 0.7 mile upstream from the mouth and 1.3 miles northeast of Oak Hill on west side of highway from Oak Hill to Cambridge. J-26nw C C(T)
53.1 H-264-20-6, portion as described Mosley Brook From P 1115i to source. J-26nw H-26sw C C(TS)
54 H-264-20-7 Brownell Hollow Brook Enters Owl Kill from the east 1.1 miles upstream from trib. 6 and 1.7 miles south of south corporation line of the Village of Cambridge. J-26nw J-26ne H-26se C C(T)
55 H-264-20-7-1 Trib. of Brownell Hollow Brook Enters from northeast 1.4 miles upstream from mouth and 1.4 miles south of Village of Cambridge along the east corporation line extended. H-26se C C
56 H-264-20-8, portion as described White Creek Enters Owl Kill from the east 6.3 miles upstream from its mouth and 0.7 mile south of the south corporation line of the Village of Cambridge. Mouth to Wood Products Mill 2.0 miles upstream and 0.2 mile east of east corporation line of Cambridge. H-26sw H-26se C C(TS)
57 H-264-20-8, portion as described White Creek From Wood Products Mill to trib. 1, 1.3 miles upstream and 0.5 mile southwest of the hamlet of Ash Grove. H-26se A A(TS)
58 H-264-20-8, portion as described White Creek From trib. 1 to New York-Vermont State line 4.9 miles upstream from trib. 1. H-26se A A(TS)
59 H-264-20-8-1, 2, 2a Pumpkin Hook Creek (trib. 1) Luke Brook (trib. 2) Enter White Creek from the northeast, east and northeast, respectively. Trib.1 is located as detailed in Item above. Tribs. 2 and 2a are 2.5 and 3.4 miles upstream from trib. 1 and 0.5 and 0.3 mile southwest and northeast of Sugarloaf Mountain. H-26se A A(TS)
59.1 H-264-20-8-1-1 and P 1121c Trib. of Pumpkin Hook Creek P 1121c is at the source of Pumpkin Hook Creek 0.5 mile southeast of the hamlet of Pumpkin Hook. H-26se A A(TS)
60 H-264-20-8-1-1a Trib. of White Creek Enters White Creek from the north 0.9 mile upstream from trib. 1 and 0.4 mile northeast from the hamlet of Ash Grove. H-26se C C
60.1 H-264-20-8-1b and trib., 2b Tribs. of White Creek Trib. 1b enters White Creek from south 0.6 mile downstream from trib. 1 and 1.1 miles southwest of hamlet of Ash Grove. Trib. 2b enters White Creek from north 0.5 mile upstream of trib. 2. H-26se C C(TS)
60.2 H-264-20-8-all tribs. not specifically listed above Tribs. of White Creek H-26se C C
61 H-264-20-10 and tribs., including P 1122c Cambridge Creek or Coila Brook Enters Owl Kill in the Village of Cambridge 0.4 mile north of the south corporation line and 0.2 mile east of Route NY 22. P 1122c is on trib. 1b of Cambridge Creek adjacent to Route NY 372 and 0.2 mile upstream from its mouth. H-26sw C C(T)
62 H-264-20-11 Trib. of Owl Kill Enters in Village of Cambridge 0.4 mile south of north corporation line and 0.3 mile downstream from highway bridge on Route NY 22. H-26sw C C(TS)
63 H-264-20-12, 13 Maynard Brook and McClellan Brook Enter Owl Kill from the west 1.8 and 2.7 miles upstream from trib. 11 and 0.1 and 0.2 mile east of Route NY 22. H-26se H-26sw C C(T)
64 H-264-20-P 1121 and trib., P 1122, P 1122a, P 1122b Lake Lauderdale Schoolhouse Lake Dead Lake Unnamed pond P 1121 (Lake Lauderdale) begins at the upper end of Owl Kill 1.5 miles southwest of the hamlet of Shushan, P 1122 (Schoolhouse Lake) lies just east of Route NY 22 directly connected to north end of P 1121. P 1122a and P 1122b are isolated ponds lying adjacent to the west and east side of Route NY 22 within 500 feet of P 1122. H-26se H-26sw B B
65 H-264-21 Trib. of Hoosic River Enters from southwest 0.2 mile upstream from highway bridge on Route NY 67 at hamlet of Eagle Bridge and 0.2 mile southeast of Eagle Bridge. J-26nw C C
66 H-264-22, portion as described Case Brook Enters Hoosic River from south 1.0 mile upstream from the highway bridge on Route NY 67 at hamlet of Eagle Bridge and 0.8 mile southeast of Eagle Bridge. From mouth to culvert under Boston and Maine railroad 0.4 mile upstream from mouth. J-26nw C C
67 H-264-22, portion as described Case Brook From culvert under Boston and Maine railroad to swamp source. J-26nw C C(TS)
68 H-264-22-1 Trib. of Case Brook Enters 0.8 mile upstream from culvert under Boston and Maine railroad and 1.5 miles southeast of hamlet of Eagle Bridge. J-26nw C C
69 H-264-23, portion as described Walloomsac River Enters Hoosic River from the east 1.2 miles north of the north corporation line of the Village of Hoosick Falls and 1.1 miles west of the hamlet of North Hoosick. Mouth to New York-Vermont State line 6.8 miles upstream and 0.4 mile south of the Rensselaer-Washington county line. J-26ne C C(T)
70 H-264-23-P 1115s Unnamed pond Isolated pond located just north of Route NY 67 and 0.8 mile westerly from the hamlet of North Hoosick. J-26ne C C
71 H-264-23-1, portion as described Little White Creek Enters Walloomsac River 1.0 mile upstream from its mouth and 0.4 mile westerly from the hamlet of North Hoosick. Mouth to first road crossing 1.0 mile upstream and 0.7 mile northeast of the hamlet of North Hoosick. J-26ne C C(TS)
72 H-264-23-1,portion as described Little White Creek From first road crossing as located in the preceding Item to New York-Vermont State line 5.8 miles upstream and 3.6 miles north of the Rensselaer-Washington county line. J-26ne A A(TS)
73 H-264-23-1-1 Trib. of Walloomsac River Enters Walloomsac River from the northeast 1.0 mile upstream from its mouth and 0.7 mile northeast of the hamlet of North Hoosick. J-26ne C C
74 H-264-23-1-5 Trib. of Little White Creek Enters Little White Creek from the east 4.3 miles upstream from its mouth and 0.7 mile southwest of the "T" intersection of main roads in the hamlet of White Creek. J-26ne C C(TS)
75 H-264-23-1-6, portion as described Trib. of Little White Creek Enters Little White Creek from the east 4.8 miles upstream from its mouth and 0.2 mile west of the hamlet of White Creek. Mouth to New York-Vermont State line 1.0 mile upstream. J-26ne A A(TS)
76 H-264-23-1-8 and trib. 3 Germain Brook Enters Little White Creek from the north 0.5 mile north of the "T" intersection of main roads in the hamlet of White Creek and 0.7 mile west of the New York-Vermont line. J-26ne H-26se A A(TS)
76.1 H-264-23-1-8-3-1 and P 1121a, P 1121b Tribs. of Germain Brook P 1121a is at head of H-264-23-1-8-3-1, 1.4 miles southeast of the hamlet of Pumpkin Hook and 0.7 mile west of New York-Vermont line. P 1121b is at the head of H-264-23-1-8-3, 0.7 mile north of P 1121a and 0.7 mile west of New York-Vermont line. H-26se A A
77 H-264-23-2, 3, 4a Tribs. of Walloomsac River Enter from south, east and north 0.5, 0.7 and 3.8 miles upstream from power dam at hamlet of Walloomsac and 1.5, 1.3 and 0.4 miles south of Rensselaer-Washington county line, respectively. J-26ne C C
77.1 H-264-23-4 Trib. of Walloomsac River Enters Walloomsac River from northwest 2.1 miles upstream from power dam at the hamlet of Walloomsac 0.4 mile south of the Rensselaer-Washington county line. J-26ne C C(TS)
78 H-264-26, 27, 28,29, including P 1123a Tribs. of Hoosic River Enter from south, west, east and west 0.6, 1.2, 1.3 and 1.6 miles, respectively, south of north corporation line of Village of Hoosick Falls and 0.6, 0.9, 0.8 and 1.0 miles west of east corporation line or extension thereof. P 1123a is located 1.1 mile south of north corporation line and 0.1 mile west of west corporation line of Village of Hoosick Falls. Woods Brook (H-264-26). J-26ne J-26nw C C
79 H-264-32, portion as described Browns Brook Enters Hoosic River from east 2.4 miles upstream from trib. 29 and 0.7 mile west of hamlet of Hoosick. From mouth to trib. 2, 0.1 mile south of Route NY 7 and 1.2 miles west of New York-Vermont line. J-26se J-26ne C C
80 H-264-32, portion as described Browns Brook From trib. 2 to New York-Vermont line 1.5 miles upstream from trib. 2 and 2.3 miles north of the Hoosick-Petersburg town line. J-26ne J-26se C C(T)
81 H-264-32-P 1115p Unnamed pond Isolated pond 0.2 mile south of Route NY 7 and 0.7 mile east of hamlet of Hoosick. J-26se C C
82 H-264-32-2 Trib. of Browns Brook Enters from north 0.1 mile south of Route NY 7 and 1.2 miles west of New York-Vermont line. J-26ne C C
83 H-264-34 and trib. Pine Valley Brook Enters Hoosic River from west at junction of Routes NY 7 and NY 22, 0.8 mile southwest of hamlet of Hoosick. J-26se J-26sw C C
84 H-264-35, portion as described Shingle Hollow Creek Enters Hoosic River from the south 0.3 mile upstream from trib. 34 and 0.8 mile southwest of the hamlet of Hoosick. Mouth to trib. 6, 3.4 miles upstream from the mouth and 1.4 miles southeast of the hamlet of Potter Hill. J-26se J-26sw C C(TS)
85 H-264-35, portion as described Shingle Hollow Creek From trib. 6 to source. J-26sw J-26se C C
86 H-264-35-1a including P 1115m, P 1115n, 4, 5 Tribs. of Shingle Hollow Creek Enter from south, northwest and west 0.1, 2.5 and 2.7 miles upstream from mouth, 0.8 mile southwest of hamlet of Hoosick and 1.2 and 1.1 miles southeast of hamlet of Potter Hill, respectively. P 1115m and P 1115n are located at source of trib. 1a southeast from a point 0.5 mile south of Route NY 7 and 0.3 mile east of Boston and Maine railroad. J-26se J-26sw C C
87 H-264-35-6 and trib. Trib. of Fox Hollow (Name was Shingle Hollow above trib. 5) Enters Fox Hollow from the west 0.6 mile upstream from trib. 5 and 1.2 miles southeast of the hamlet of Potter Hill. J-26sw C C(T)
88 H-264-35-7, 8a Tribs. of Fox Hollow Enter from west and south 0.6 and 1.3 miles upstream from trib. 6. J-26se J-26sw C C
89 H-264-35a Trib. of Hoosic River Enters from northeast 0.4 mile upstream from trib. 35 and 0.6 mile southwest of hamlet of Hoosick. J-26se C C
90 H-264-36 Breese Hollow Brook Enters Hoosic River from southeast on east side of Boston and Maine railroad 0.4 mile north of Petersburg Junction. J-26se C C(TS)
90.1 H-264-36-1 Trib. of Breese Hollow Brook J-26se C C(T)
91 H-264-P 1115p Unnamed pond Located 0.3 mile west of Hoosic River and 0.6 mile north of Hoosick-Petersburg town line. J-26se C C
92 H-264-37 Trib. of Hoosic River Enters from west 0.5 mile southwest of Petersburg Junction and 0.6 mile north of hamlet of North Petersburg. J-26se C C
93 H-264-38, portion as described Little Hoosic River Enters Hoosic River from the south 0.2 mile north of Route NY 346 and 0.3 mile east of Route NY 22. Mouth to trib. 25, 0.8 mile upstream from highway bridge at the hamlet of Center Berlin 1.1 miles northwest of the hamlet of South Berlin. J-26se K-26 C C(TS)
94 H-264-38, portion as described Little Hoosic River From trib. 25 to trib. 26 (George Allen Hollow) which enters from the southeast at the hamlet of South Berlin 1.3 miles upstream from trib. 25. K-26 C C(TS)
95 H-264-38, portion as described Little Hoosic River From trib. 26 to source 0.5 mile west of New York-Massachusetts State line and 1.5 miles north of Hoosick-Stephentown town line. K-26 C C(TS)
96 H-264-38-1, 1a Tribs. of Little Hoosic River Enter from the northwest and southwest 0.8 and 1.5 miles upstream from the mouth, 0.5 and 1.1 miles south of the hamlet of North Petersburg. J-26se C C(T)
96.1 H-264-38-2 Church Hollow Enters Little Hoosic River from west 1.9 miles upstream from mouth. J-26se C C(TS)
97 H-264-38-3, 3a Tribs. of Little Hoosic River Enter from east and west 2.0 and 2.1 miles upstream from mouth and 0.1 mile east of Route NY 22. J-26se C C
98 H-264-38-4 Prosser Hollow Enters Little Hoosic River from the east 3.2 miles upstream from its mouth and 0.2 mile east of Route NY 22. J-26se C C
99 H-264-38-4-1 Trib. of Prosser Hollow Enters from east 1.2 miles upstream from mouth and 2.3 miles southeast of hamlet of North Petersburg. J-26se C C
100 H-264-38-5 Dill Creek Enters Little Hoosic River from the west 1.3 miles upstream from trib. 4 and 0.1 mile east of Route NY 22. J-26se J-26sw C C(TS)
100.1 H-264-38-5-1 Trib. of Dill Creek J-26se C C(T)
101 H-264-38-5-2, portion as described Red Pond Brook Enters Dill Creek from northwest 1.5 miles upstream from mouth and 1.6 miles northwest of main road crossing in hamlet of Petersburg. From mouth to outlet of P 1126 (Red Pond) 1.5 miles upstream from Dill Creek and 1.5 miles northeast of hamlet of East Grafton. J-26se J-26sw C C(TS)
102 H-264-38-5-2, portion as described, including P 1126 Red Pond Brook and Red Pond From outlet of P 1126 (Red Pond) to source, including P 1126. J-26sw C C
103 H-264-38-5-2-1a, 1b Tribs. of Red Pond Brook Enter from north 0.2 and 1.2 miles upstream from mouth, 1.7 miles northwest of main road crossing in hamlet of Petersburg and 1.6 miles northeast of hamlet of East Grafton, respectively. J-26se J-26sw C C
104 H-264-38-5-3, 3a Tribs. of Dill Creek Enter from north and northwest 1.0 and 1.8 miles upstream from trib. 2 and 1.0 mile east and 0.4 mile northeast from hamlet of East Grafton, respectively. J-26sw C C
105 H-264-38-5-P 1127 Peakham Pond At the head of Dill Creek beginning 0.2 mile upstream from trib. 3a and 0.6 mile northeast of the hamlet of East Grafton. J-26sw C C
106 H-264-38-6 Lewis Hollow Enters Little Hoosic River from northeast 0.1 mile upstream from trib. 5 and 0.1 mile east of Route NY 22, 1.3 miles north of hamlet of Petersburg. J-26se C C(TS)
106.1 H-264-38-6-1 Trib. of Lewis Hollow J-26se C C
107 H-264-38-7 Hills Hollow Enters Little Hoosic River from east 0.7 mile upstream from trib. 6 and 0.6 mile northeast of main highway crossing in hamlet of Petersburg. J-26se C C(TS)
108 H-264-38-8, portion as described Clay Brook Enters Little Hoosic River from southeast of east end of hamlet of Petersburg 0.9 mile upstream from trib. 7. From mouth to trib. 1, 1.5 miles upstream and 2.3 miles west of junction of New York-Vermont and New York-Massachusetts State lines. K-26 C C(TS)
109 H-264-38-8, portion as described Clay Brook From trib. 1 to source 0.7 mile south of New York-Vermont line and 0.3 mile west of New York-Massachusetts line. K-26 C C(TS)
109.1 H-264-38-8-1 and trib., 8-2 and trib. Tribs. of Clay Brook Trib. 1 enters from the northeast and trib. 2 from the south 0.7 mile upstream from trib. 1. K-26 J-26se C C(T)
110 H-264-38-8-3, 4, 5 and trib., 6 Tribs. of Clay Brook Enter from north, northeast, south and southeast 0.4, 0.6, 0.9 and 1.1 miles upstream from trib. 2. K-26 C C
111 H-264-38-9 and trib. Trib. of Little Hoosic River Enters from southeast 0.3 mile upstream from trib. 8 and 0.2 mile south of east end of hamlet of Petersburg. K-26 C C(TS)
112 H-264-38-10 Trib. of Little Hoosic River Enters from northwest 0.2 mile upstream from trib. 9, 2.6 miles east and 1.5 miles north of west and south lines of the Town of Petersburg. K-26 J-26se A A(T)
113 H-364-38-11 Coons Brook Enters Little Hoosic River from west 2.0 miles east and 1.0 mile north of the west and south lines of the Town of Petersburg. K-26 C C(TS)
114 H-264-38-12 and trib. including P 1129 Griswold Brook, Crandall Pond Enters Little Hoosic River from west 0.3 mile upstream from trib. 11 and 1.9 miles east of west line of Town of Petersburg. P 1129 (Crandall Pond) is located at source of trib. 12, 0.7 mile west and 0.9 mile north of east and south lines of Town of Grafton. K-26 C C(T)
115 H-264-38-13, 14, 15 Tribs. of Little Hoosic River Enter in section 0.5 mile upstream from trib. 12 and 0.3 mile east of Sugarloaf Hill and extending upstream 0.5 mile to a point 2.2 miles downstream from hamlet of Berlin. K-26 C C
115.1 H-264-38-16, 17, 18, 19 and trib. Tribs. of Little Hoosic River Enter in section 0.3 mile upstream from trib. 15 and extending 1.3 miles upstream to a point 0.9 mile downstream from hamlet of Berlin. K-26 C C(TS)
116 H-264-38-20 McGan Brook Enters Little Hoosic River from the southwest 0.5 mile upstream from trib. 19 and 0.4 mile downstream from the hamlet of Berlin. K-26 C C(TS)
117 H-264-38-20-1 Trib. of McGan Brook Enters McGan Brook from the south 1.0 mile upstream from its mouth and 0.8 mile southwest of the hamlet of Berlin. K-26 C C(TS)
118 H-264-38-20-P 1130 Kendal Pond Located at the head of McGan Brook beginning 1.8 miles upstream from its mouth, 1.4 miles southwest of the hamlet of Berlin. K-26 AA AA
119 H-264-38-21, portion as described Green Hollow Brook Enters Little Hoosic River from the northeast at the hamlet of Berlin, 0.4 mile upstream from trib. 20. Mouth to first road crossing 1.2 miles upstream from the mouth. K-26 C C(TS)
120 H-264-38-21, portion as described Green Hollow Brook From first road crossing to fourth road crossing 1.8 miles upstream, 1.3 miles south of Petersburg-Berlin town line and 2.2 miles west of New York-Massachusetts State line. K-26 C C(TS)
121 H-264-38-21, portion as described Green Hollow Brook From fourth road crossing to source. K-26 C C(TS)
121.1 H-264-38-21-1, 3 Tribs. of Green Hollow Brook Enter 2.1 and 3.2 miles upstream from mouth and 1.2 miles south of Petersburg-Berlin town line, respectively. K-26 C C(TS)
122 H-264-38-21-2, 4 Tribs. of Green Hollow Brook Enter 3.1 and 3.4 miles upstream from mouth and 1.2 and 1.0 miles south of Petersburg-Berlin town line, respectively. K-26 C C
123 H-264-38-22, portion as described Malone Hollow Brook Enters Little Hoosic River from the east 0.4 mile upstream from the hamlet of Berlin and 1.9 miles downstream from the hamlet of Center Berlin. Mouth to trib. 2, 0.9 mile upstream from the mouth and 1.2 miles southeast of Berlin. K-26 C C(TS)
124 H-264-38-22, portion as described Malone Hollow Brook From trib. 2 to the source. K-26 C C(TS)
125 H-264-38-22-1 and trib. Nichols Brook Enters Malone Hollow from northeast 0.5 mile upstream from mouth and 0.8 mile southeast of hamlet of Berlin. K-26 C C(TS)
126 H-264-38-22-2 Barber Hollow Brook Enters trib. 22, 0.9 mile upstream from mouth and 1.2 miles southeast of hamlet of Berlin. K-26 C C(T)
127 H-264-38-22-2-1, 2, 3 Tribs. of Barber Hollow Brook Enter in section 1.4 miles upstream from mouth and 3.4 miles south of Petersburg-Berlin town line and extending 0.5 mile upstream to a point 1.6 miles west of New York-Massachusetts State line. K-26 C C
128 H-264-38-22-2-4 Trib. of Barber Hollow Brook Enter from northeast 2.4 miles upstream from mouth and 1.2 miles west of New York-Massachusetts State line. K-26 C C(TS)
129 H-264-38-22-3 McMaster or Comstock Brook Enters trib. 22 from the east 1.9 miles upstream from the mouth and 1.9 miles northeast of the hamlet of Center Berlin. K-26 C C(TS)
130 H-264-38-22-4, 5 Tribs. of Malone Hollow Brook Enter from southeast 1.2 and 1.5 miles upstream from trib. 3 and 2.3 and 2.5 miles east of hamlet of Center Berlin. K-26 C C
131 H-264-38-23, 24, 25 Tribs. of Little Hoosic River Enter from northwest, east and east 1.0 mile downstream and 0.2 and 0.8 mile upstream from hamlet of Center Berlin and 3.8, 3.5 and 3.2 miles west of New York-Massachusetts State line. K-26 C C(TS)
131.1 H-264-38-23a Trib. of Little Hoosic River Enters from west 0.1 mile upstream from hamlet of Center Berlin and 3.5 miles west of New York-Massachusetts State line. K-26 C C
132 H-264-38-26 George Allen Hollow Enters Little Hoosic River from the southeast of the hamlet of South Berlin 1.2 miles north of Berlin-Stephentown town line. K-26 C C(T)
133 H-264-38-27, 29 Tribs. of Little Hoosic River Enter from the north, and east 0.8 and 1.7 miles upstream from hamlet of South Berlin, and 1.2 and 1.5 miles, respectively, north of Berlin-Stephentown town line. K-26 C C
133.1 H-264-38-28 Trib. of Little Hoosic River Enters from north 1.3 miles upstream from hamlet of South Berlin and 1.4 miles north of Berlin-Stephentown town line. K-26 C C(TS)
133.2 H-264-39 Trib. of Hoosic River Enters from south 1.9 miles upstream from trib. 38 (Little Hoosic River) and 0.9 mile downstream from New York-Vermont State line. J-26se C C(TS)
134 H-264-40, portion as described Trib. of Hoosic River Enters from north 0.2 mile east of New York-Vermont State line and 0.1 mile south of Boston and Maine railroad. From mouth to New York-Vermont State line. J-26se C C
135 H-264-41, portion as described Trib. of Hoosic River Enters Hoosic River in Vermont from the southwest just east of New York-Vermont State line and 0.1 mile south of Route NY 346. From State line to source. J-26se B B
136 H-264-43 and trib. 1 portions as described Reservoir Hollow Enters Hoosic River in Vermont. From New York-Vermont State line west to source. Trib. 43 and 43-1 cross state line 1.5 and 0.9 miles, respectively, southerly along state line from point where Route NY 346 crosses said line. J-26se AA AA
137 H-264-46-2,portion as described Trib. of Halifax Hollow Halifax Hollow is located in State of Vermont. Trib. 2 enters New York 1.9 miles southerly along state line from where Route NY 346 crosses said line. From state line to source. J-26se B B
138 H-264-60-7, portion as described Trib. of Hemlock Brook Hemlock Brook (H-264-60) is located in State of Massachusetts. Trib. 7 enters New York 1.2 miles south from intersection of state line and north line of Town of Berlin. From state line to source. K-26 B B

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