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Part 935: Upper East River and Long Island Sound Within Queens, Bronx and Westchester Counties

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

Contents:

Sec.

§935.1 Adopting Order

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 East River and Long Island Sound within Queens, Bronx and Westchester Counties, as hereinafter described.

§935.2 Designated Waters

The designated waters are located as shown on Map 1, section 935.7, infra, and as contained within the topographical or basin limit line on the reproduced topographical reference maps in section 935.9, infra.

§935.3 Definitions

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

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

(b) Waters index number as appearing in Table I shall mean that number or abbreviation assigned to any designated waters or portion 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 area, such as a river, large lake, bay or sound, is usually referred to by name or an abbreviation. Tributaries of primary river waters are consecutively numbered progressing upstream from the mouth. Tributaries of primary lake, bay or sound waters are consecutively numbered in a clockwise order from a defined point, usually the outlet of the primary waters. Subtributaries are numbered as encountered along the tributary proceeding from its mouth to the source, and in like manner all of its other stream courses are so numbered. Ponds and lakes are numbered in the order they are encountered within the system. Tributaries of such lakes and ponds are numbered consecutively as they enter, progressing clockwise around the lake or pond from its outlet or mouth. The numbers assigned to such lakes and ponds are prefixed by the letter P. 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 waters under consideration by the New York State Conservation Department in its Biological Survey of the Lower Hudson Watershed and Biological Survey of the Fresh Waters of Long Island in 1936 and 1938, respectively, and has been closely followed in connection with the numerical 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 the older maps employed by the Conservation Department at the time of its 1936 and 1938 surveys but not shown on later editions of maps reproduced herein. Conversely, streams, lakes and ponds not shown on the older maps but appearing on the newer maps are designated by suffix letters a, b, c, etc.

(3) The system as applied to the identification of the designated waters may be outlined as follows: Streams draining Long Island proper are identified by waters index numbers prefixed by the abbreviation "LI." Streams draining the mainland and entering Long Island Sound are identified by waters index numbers prefixed by the abbreviation "LIS". Waters of the East River are identified by waters index numbers prefixed by "ER".

(4) The following table will illustrate how the designated waters may be identified through use of the waters index system:

Waters Index Number Name of Waters Explanation
ER East River Primary waters.
ER 3 Bronx River The third tributary entering East River above the mouth.
ER 3-22 Grassy Sprain Brook The 22nd tributary entering the Bronx River.
ER 3-22-4-P 1055 Grassy Sprain Reservoir (located on the fourth tributary of Grassy Sprain Brook) The 1,055th pond or lake encountered in the biological survey area of the Lower Hudson River watershed.
ER (10.1) East River A point on the East River ten and one-tenth miles above the mouth.
LIS 8 Mamaroneck River The eighth tributary entering Long Island Sound encountered in a clockwise direction from Throgs Point.
LI 12 Flushing Creek The 12th stream encountered on Long Island proceeding in a clockwise direction around the island from Fort Hamilton.

(5) There are instances where a parenthetical decimal number appears following the name. Such number appearing within the parentheses indicates the distance in miles above the mouth to a point on the identified watercourse.

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

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

(e) Description. The column headed "Description" contains designations of segments or sections of waters under consideration to which a particular assignment of a class and standards shall apply. Also included in this column is any useful information pertinent to the classification or 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 maps the specifically designated waters and their index numbers are shown within the topographical limit line of the described drainage basins or areas. An index for map numbers is shown on Map 2, section 935.8, infra. The following maps were produced from original maps which may be procured through the Washington Distribution Section, Geological Survey, Silver Spring, Maryland:

Map Ref. No. Quadrangle Name Edition Published By
Q-24ne Ossining 1955 U.S. Geological Survey
Q-24se White Plains 1957 U.S. Geological Survey
Q-25nw Mount Kisco 1955 U.S. Geological Survey
Q-25sw Glenville 1951 U.S. Geological Survey
R-24nw Yonkers 1956 U.S. Geological Survey
R-24ne Mount Vernon 1956 U.S. Geological Survey
R-24sw Central Park 1956 U.S. Geological Survey
R-24se Flushing 1955 U.S. Geological Survey
R-25nw Mamaroneck 1955 U.S. Geological Survey
R-25sw Sea Cliff 1954 U.S. Geological Survey
S-24nw Brooklyn 1956 U.S. Geological Survey
S-24ne Jamaica 1957 U.S. Geological Survey
S-25nw Lynbrook 1954 U.S. Geological Survey

(g) Class, as appearing in Table I and denoted by the letters AA, A, B, C, D, SA, SB, SC or SD or the Roman numeral I opposite each specifically designated waters, shall mean Class AA, A, B, C, D, SA, SB, SC, SD or I, 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, SA, SB, SC or SD or the Roman numeral I opposite each specifically designated waters, shall mean the quality standards established for Class AA, A, B, C, D, SA, SB, SC, SD or I, as the case may be, as set forth in Parts 701, supra. The symbol (T) appearing after any class 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 class 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.

§935.4 Special Conditions

(a) 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 standards of quality and purity as the specifically designated waters to which they are directly tributary.

(b) All streams, ponds, estuaries 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; or, if they be tidal salt waters, such waters which are not shown on the reference maps herein shall be assigned to Class SD, 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.

(c) All references to mile distances are in statute miles.

§935.5 Assigned Classifications and Standards of Quality and Purity

The classifications and standards of quality and purity assigned to the surface waters specifically designated and described herein are set forth in Table I, subject to the definitions and conditions stated above.

§935.6 Table I

Table I
Classifications and Standards of Quality and Purity Assigned to Fresh Surface Waters and Tidal Salt Waters Including Certain Tidal Waters of the Interstate Sanitation District Within Designated Drainage Basins of the Upper East River and Long Island Sound Within Queens Bronx and Westchester Counties, New York Upper East River and Tributaries
Item No. Waters Index Number Name Description Map Ref. No. Class Standards
Upper East River and Tributaries
1 ER portion East River (10.1-12.3) From a line drawn across the river between Stony Point in Bronx County and Lawrence Point in Queens County, to the lines drawn across the river from Hunts Point in Bronx County and Sanford Point in Queens County, intersecting at the easterly point of Rikers Island. R-24sw R-24se I I
2 ER portion East River (12.3-14.5) From lines drawn across the river from Hunts Point in Bronx County and Sanford Point in Queens County intersecting at the easterly point of Rikers Island, to Whitestone Bridge connecting Old Ferry Point in Bronx County to Francis Lewis Park in Queens County. R-24se I I
3 ER portion East River (14.5-17.0) From Whitestone Bridge connecting Old Ferry Point in Bronx County to Francis Lewis Park in Queens County to a line drawn across the river between Throgs Neck Point in Bronx County and Willets Point in Queens County. R-24se SB SB
4 LI-8 Steinway Creek R-24sw SD SD
5 LI-9 Trib. of East River Enters stream at Bowery Bay. R-24sw SD SD
6 LI-12 portion Flushing Creek Mouth to Tide Gate Bridge in Flushing Meadow Park. R-24se I I
7 LI-12 portion Flushing Creek From Tide Gate Bridge in Flushing Meadow Park to source. R-24se S-24ne B B
8 LI-12-P 100a, P 100f Meadow Lake and Willow Lake Located in Meadow Park. S-24ne B B
9 LI-12-1 and trib. Mill Creek R-24se C C
10 LI-12-P 76 Kissena Lake S-24ne B B
11 LI-14, 15 Tribs. of East River Enter at Powell Cove. R-24se I I
12 LI-P 105 Isolated Lake Located in Crocheron Park. R-24se B B
13 LI-19 Alley Creek Mouth to P 113. R-24se R-25sw I I
14 Repealed
15 LI-P 107 Oakland Lake R-24se B B
16 LI-P 107-1 Trib. of Oakland Lake R-24se C C
17 LI-20 portion Trib. of Little Neck Bay From mouth to sewer terminus. Tidal portion. R-25sw I I
Fresh water portion. B B
18 ER-3 portion Bronx River Mouth to East Tremont Avenue bridge. R-24se R-24sw I I
19 ER-3 portion Bronx River From East Tremont Avenue bridge to Bronx-Westchester county line. R-24sw R-24se R-24ne B B
19.1 ER-3 portion Bronx River From Bronx-Westchester county line to trib. 33. R-24se Q-24se C C
20 ER-3 portion Bronx River From trib. 33 to trib. 38. Q-24se C C(T)
21 ER-3 portion Bronx River From trib. 38 to Kensico Dam. Q-24se C C
22 ER-3-5, 8, 20 including P 1047a, P 1048a, P 1048b, P 1048c, P 1048d, P 1051a Tribs. of Bronx River Laurel Brook (trib. 20). Crotona Park Pond (P 1047a). Woodlawn Lake (P 1051a). R-24sw R-24ne B B
23 ER-3-P 1052 Hillview Reservoir R-24ne AA AA
24 ER-3-22 Grassy Sprain Brook R-24ne C C
25 ER-3-22-4 Grassy Sprain Brook Mouth to dam at Grassy Sprain Brook Reservoir. R-24ne C C
26 ER-3-22-4-P 1055 Grassy Sprain Reservoir R-24ne A A
27 ER-3-22-4-P 1055-1, 1a Tribs. of Grassy Sprain Reservoir Trib. 1 is Grassy Sprain Brook. R-24ne C C
28 ER-3-22-6, 9 Tribs. of Sprain Brook R-24ne Q-24se C C
29 ER-3-22-9-P 1056a Subtrib. of Sprain Brook Q-24se C C
30 ER-3-P 1057, P 1057a Tribs. of Bronx River R-24ne C C
31 ER-3-24 and trib., 26 including P 1057c, 31 and trib. including P 1057g, P 1057e, P 1057d Tribs. of Bronx river Troublesome Brook (trib. 24). R-24ne Q-24se C C
32 ER-3-24-P 1059a Crestwood Lake R-24ne C C
33 ER-3-33 Trib. of Bronx River Q-24se C C
34 ER-3-33-P 1057h Hartsdale Lake Q-24se C C
35 ER-3-35 and tribs. including P 1062 Trib. of Bronx River Q-24se C C
36 ER-3-35-36 and trib. 1 Trib. of Bronx River Q-24se C C
37 ER-3-36-1-P 1062a Subtrib. of Bronx River Q-24se B B
38 ER-3-36-P 1062c and tribs., P 1062b White Plains Reservoirs Q-24se A A
39 ER-3-P 1057k Trib. of Bronx River Q-24se C C
40 ER-3-37 Trib. of Bronx River Q-24se C C
41 ER-3-38 Trib. of Bronx River Q-24se C C(TS)
42 ER-3-38-1 including P 1067m, 3 and trib. Subtribs. of Bronx River Q-24se C C
43 ER-3-38-P 1057n Subtrib. of Bronx River Q-24se C C
44 ER-3-P 1063 Kensico Reservoir Q-24se Q-25sw AA AA(T)
45 ER-3-P 1063-2, 3, 4 and tribs. including P 1063a, P 1063b, 5 and tribs., 5a, 7 and tribs., 7a, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 including P 1063d, P 1063e Tribs. of Kensico Reservoir Whipporwill Lake (P 1063a). Heaptauga Lake (P 1063b). Bear Gutter Creek (trib. 7). Quarry Lake (P 1063d). Q-24se Q-25nw Q-25sw A A
46 ER-3-P 1063-5-1-1-P 1063c Unnamed Pond Q-25nw A A
47 ER-3-4 and trib. 1 Westchester Creek and Pugsley Creek R-24se I I
Long Island Sound and Tributaries
48 LIS portion Long Island Sound From a generally north-south line drawn from Throgs Neck Point to Willetts Point to another generally north-south line drawn from Premium Point to Flashing Red Buoy # 2 near Huckleberry Island, thence through Execution Rocks Lighthouse, including Little Neck Bay portion in Queens County, Eastchester Bay in Bronx County and shore waters in Bronx and Westchester Counties within the described portion of the Sound. R-24se R-24ne R-25nw SB SB
49 LIS portion Long Island Sound From a generally north-south line drawn from Premium Point to Flashing Red Buoy #2 near Huckleberry Island, thence through Execution Rocks Lighthouse to the New York-Connecticut state boundary line within Westchester County, excluding waters within the one-mile square of the sewer outfalls of New Rochelle, Mamaroneck and Blind Brook and the below-described Long Island Sound shore waters of Larchmont Harbor, Milton Harbor, the cove areas reaching from Milton Point to the southern tip of Manursing Island and Port Chester Harbor and adjacent Souhd waters. R-24ne R-25nw SA SA
50 LIS portion Long Island Sound Waters of the Sound within the one-square-mile area geometrically formed by the sides of a square one mile in length with the soudh side parallel to the Westchester Nassau county line and which area is located with its center at the terminus of the New Rochelle Water Pollution Control Plant (located about 0.65 mile southeast of Premium Point and 0.9 mile north, east of the northern tip of Huckleberry Island). R-24ne R-25nw SB SB
51 LIS portion Long Island Sound Waters of the Sound within the one square-mile area geometrically formed by the sides of a square one mile in length with the south side parallel to the Westchester Nassau county line and which area is located with its center at the terminus of the Mamaroneck Water Pollution Control Plant (located about 1.5 miles southeast of Orienta Point and 1.2 miles south west of Milton Point). R-25nw SB SB
52 LIS portion Long Island Sount Waters of the Sound within the one square-mile area geometrically formed by the sides of a square one mile in length with the south side parallel to the Westchester Nassau county line and which area is located with its center at the terminus of the Blind Brook Water Pollution Control Plant (located about 1.2 miles northeasterly of Parsonage Point and 1.0 mile southwesterly of the southeasterly tip of Manursing Island). R-25nw SB SB
53 LIS portion Long Island Sound, Larchmont Harbor Waters not indexed lying north of a line drawn between Umbrella Point at Larchmont and Edgewater Point on Satans Toe. R-25nw SB SB
54 LIS portion Long Island Sound, Mamaroneck Harbor Waters not indexed lying northerly of a line drawn in a northeasterly direction from the southern tip of the sea wall at Orienta Point near the Orienta Yacht Club at the foot of Rushmore Avenue in Mamaroneck, to a point on the mainland immediately north of Spike Island at the intersection of the shoreline and the extension of the line to the center gable of a large stone and stucco residence at No. 6 Shore Road in the Greenhaven section within the City of Rye. R-25nw SB SB
55 LIS portion Long Island Sound, Milton Harbor Waters not indexed lying northerly of a line drawn from the north eastern tip of Maries Neckpeninsula and extending southeasterly across the harbor to a point at the intersection of the mainland shore of Pine Neck peninsula and the extension of the line to the center section of the Wainwright House located on Stuyvesant Avenue about 0.3 mile northerly of Milton Point. R-25nw SB SB
56 LIS portion Long Island sound, Unnamed cove areas Shore waters of the Sound not indexed, lying northerly of lines drawn from Milton Point on Pine Neck to Parsonage Point on Pine Neck; thence from Parsoange Point to the south tip of Pine Island on Pine Neck; thence from the northernmost tip of Pine Island to the light buoy 0.2 mile off Rye Beach; thence to the southern most tip of Manursing Island. R-25nw SB SB
56.1 LIS portion Long Island Sound, off Port Chester Harbor Waters of the Sound not indexed and within Westchester County lying north of a line projected from the southernmost tip of Manursing Island to the south tip of the southernmost Calf Island in Connecticut and lying south of a line drawn from the northernmost tip of North Manursing Island to Navigation Light at tip of breakwater off Byram Point, Connecticut. R-25nw SB SB
57 LIS portion Long Island Sound, Port Chester Harbor Waters within Westchester county not indexed, lying westerly of a line drawn from the northernmost tip of North Manursing Island to Navigation Light at tip of breakwater off Byram Point, Connecticut. R-25nw SB SB
58 LIS 1 portion Weir Creek R-24se SB SB
59 LIS 2 portion including tribs. 1, 2 and tribs., 2a, 3, 5 Hutchinson River or Eastchest-er Creek Mouth to East Colonial Avenue bridge. Givan Creek (trib. 1). Mill Creek (trib. 2). R-24se R-24ne SB SB
60 LIS 2 portion including P1072, P 1075 Hutchinson River From East Colonial Avenue to south boundary of City Parkway. Pelham Lake (P 1072). Reservoir No. 1 (P 1075). R-24ne B B
61 LIS 2 portion including P 1070 Hutchinson River From south boundary of City Parkway to P 1075 (Reservoir No. 1). Glenwood Lake(P 1070). R-24ne C C
62 LIS 2-P 1073a, 10, P 1074 Tribs. of Hutchinson River Reservoir No. 2 (P 1073a). Reservoir No. 3 (P 1074). R-24ne C C
63 LIS 2-P 1075-2 Trib. of Reservoir No. 1 R-24ne C C
64 LIS 4 Burling Brook Mouth to Boston Post Road, Tidal portion. (Remaining portion is sewered.) R-24ne C C
65 LIS P 1080, P 1082 Hugenot Lake, Paine Lake R-24ne C C
66 LIS 6 portion Premium River R-24ne SC SC
67 LIS 6-1, 1a Tribs. of Premium River Pinebrook (trib. 1 R-24ne C C
68 LIS 6-P 1085 Beechmont Lake R-24ne C C
69 LIS 7 portion East Creek Mouth to Boston Post Road. (Remaining portion is sewered.) R-25nw SC SC
70 LIS 8 portion Mamaroneck River Mouth to Boston Post Road, Tidal portion. R-25nw SC SC
71 LIS 8 portion Mamaroneck River From Boston Post Road to P 1091a. R-25nw C C
72 LIS 8 portion Mamaroneck River From P 1091a to 0.8 mile above trib. 8. R-25sw Q-25sw C C(T)
73 LIS 8 Mamaroneck River From 0.8 mile above trib. 8 to P 1094 (Silver Lake). Q-25sw Q-24se C C
74 LIS 8-1 including P 1087b Sheldrake River R-24ne C C
75 LIS 8-1-3 and trib., P 1087a Tribs. of Sheldrake River R-24ne C C
76 LIS 8-1- P 1087 Sheldrake River Upper Larchmont Reservoir. R-24ne A A
77 Repealed
78 LIS 8-2 Trib. of Mamaroneck River R-25nw D D
79 LIS 8-2-P1090, P 1086 Subtribs. of Gedney Mamaroneck River Pond (P 1090). R-25nw C C
80 LIS 8-4 Trib. of Mamaroneck River R-25nw C C
81 LIS 8-P 1091a Mamaroneck Reservoir R-25nw A A
82 Trib. of Mamaroneck River LIS 8-5a R-25nw R-24ne C C
83 LIS 8-6 and tribs. West Branch Mamaroneck River R-25nw R-24ne Q-24se C C
84 LIS 8-8 and tribs., 8a, 8b, 9, 10 and tribs., 11 and tribs., 11a,11b, 12 and tribs., 13 Tribs. of Mamaroneck River Upper segment of trib. 12 and tribs., 2a, 3, 4 and 5 drain to P 1093a (Forest Lake). R-25nw Q-25sw C C
85 LIS 8-12-P 1093a P 1093b, P 1093c Subtribs. of Mamaroneck River Spring Lake (P 1093a). Forest Lake (P 1093b). Q-25sw Q-24se C C
86 LIS 8-P 1094 Silver Lake Q-24se Q-25sw B B
87 LIS 8-P 1094-1 and tribs., 2 Tribs. of Silver Lake Q-25sw Q-24se C C
88 LIS 9 portion Beaver Swamp Brook From mouth to trib. 1. Tidal portion. R-25nw SC SC
Fresh water portion. C C
89 LIS 9 portion Beaver Swamp Brook From trib. 1 to Locust Avenue bridge. R-25nw C C
90 LIS 9 portion Beaver Swamp Brook From Locust Avenue bridge to source. R-25nw Q-24se C C
91 LIS 9-1 and trib. Unsewered segments. Trib. of Beaver Swamp Brook R-25nw C C
92 LIS 9-1-1a-P 1095b Subtrib. of Beaver Swamp Brook R-25nw C C
93 LIS 10 including P 1096 Otter Creek Mill Pond (P 1096). R-25nw SC SC
94 LIS 11 portion Blind Brook Mouth to Cross County Parkway bridge. R-25nw C C
95 LIS 11 portion Blind Brook From Cross County Parkway bridge to source. R-25nw Q-25sw C C
96 LIS 11-7 including P 1098a, 9 including P 1098b, P 1098c, 9a, 11a, 12, 15 Tribs. of Blind Brook R-25nw Q-25sw C C
97 LIS 11-11 portion, including all tribs., and P 1100a Trib. of Blind Brook From mouth to trib. 2. Q-25sw C C
98 LIS 11-11 portion including P 1098d Trib. of Blind Brook From trib. 2 to Cottage Street Bridge. Q-25sw C C
99 LIS 11-11 portion Trib. of Blind Brook From Cottage Street Bridge to source. Q-25sw C C
100 LIS 11-14 Trib. of Blind Brook Q-25sw C C
101 LIS 12, including P 1098e Playland Lake Kirby Pond (P 1098e). R-25nw SC SC
102 LIS 13 portion Byram River Mouth to Boston Post Road. R-25nw SC SC
103 LIS 13 portion Byram River From Boston Post Road to New York-Connecticut State line at Port Chester (north of which point the river is located in Connecticut). R-25nw Q-25sw C C
104 LIS 13 portion Byram River From the New York-Connecticut state line (at which point about one mile south of the community of Armonk where the river enters the State of Connecticut) to trib. 11. Q-25sw B B(T)
105 LIS 13 portion Byram River From trib. 11 to Byram Lake Reservoir. Q-25sw Q-25nw C C(T)
106 LIS 13-11 and tribs. Wampus River Q-25sw Q-25nw C C
107 LIS 13-11-2-P 1103c Trib. of Wampus River Q-25nw C C
108 LIS 13-11- P 1104 Wampus Lake Q-25nw B B
109 LIS 13-11a Trib. of Byram River Q-25sw C C
110 LIS 13-11a-P 1103a, P 1103b Subtribs. of Byram River Q-25sw C C
111 LIS 13-12 and trib., 13, 14, P 1103e Tribs. of Byram River Q-25nw C C
112 LIS 13-12-P 1103d Subtribs. of Byram River Q-25nw B B
113 LIS 13-P 1104 Byram Lake Reservoir Q-25nw AA AA
114-163 Repealed

§935.7 Map 1

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§935.8 Map 2

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§935.9 Quadrangle Maps

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