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Part 930: Susquehanna River (Main Stream)

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

Contents:

Sec.

§930.1 Adopting Order

Pursuant to the authority contained in article 12 of the Public Health Law, the Water Pollution Control Board, having made proper studies and having held a public hearing on due notice with reference thereto, hereby adopts and assigns the following classifications and standards of quality and purity to the various waters as specifically designated and described below, and subject to the definitions and conditions as stated.

§930.2 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 portion thereof.

(b) Description as appearing in table I contains designations of segments or sections of waters 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.

(c) Map ref. no. as appearing in table I designates the following maps which have been reproduced in whole or in part in section 930.6, infra:

Map Ref. No. Name of Quadrangle Published By Edition
K-20a Cooperstown, NY U.S. Geological Survey 1945
K-20c Milford, NY U.S. Geological Survey 1945
L-18c Sidney, NY U.S. Geological Survey 1945
L-18d Unadilla, NY U.S. Geological Survey 1945
L-19a Otego, NY U.S. Geological Survey 1945
L-19b Oneonta, NY U.S. Geological Survey 1945
L-19c Franklin, NY U.S. Geological Survey 1945
L-20a West Davenport, NY U.S. Geological Survey 1945
M-14 Owego, NY U.S. Geological Survey 1903 (Reprinted 1944)
M-15 Apalachin, NY U.S. Geological Survey 1904 (Reprinted 1923)
M-16c Binghamton West, NY U.S. Geological Survey 1942
M-16d Binghamton East, NY U.S. Geological Survey 1942
M-17 Nineveh, NY U.S. Geological Survey 1905 (Reprinted 1944)
M-18 Deposit, NY U.S. Geological Survey 1926 (Reprinted 1944)

(d) Class as appearing in table I, and denoted by the letters A, B or C opposite each specifically designated waters, shall mean class A, B or C, as the case may be, as set forth in Part 701, supra.

(e) Standards as appearing in table I, and denoted by the letters A, B or C opposite each specifically designated waters, shall mean the standards of quality and purity established for class A, B or C, as the case may be, as set forth in Part 701, supra.

§930.3 Assigned Classifications and Standards of Quality and Purity

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

§930.4 Table I

Table I
Classifications and Standards of Quality and Purity Which are Assigned to the Waters of the Susquehanna River Bordering or Flowing Through the Counties of Tioga, Broome, Chenango, Delaware, and Otsego
Item No. Waters Index Number Name Description Map Ref. No. Class Standards
1 Susquehanna River From New York-Pennsylvania state line near Waverly, New York, to 3.0 miles downstream from western boundary of Owego Village. M-14 B B
2 Susquehanna River From 3.0 miles downstream from western boundary of Owego Village to eastern boundary of Owego Village. M-14 M-15 C C
3 Susquehanna River From eastern boundary of Owego Village Tioga-Broome county boundary line southwest of Endicott Village. M-15 B B
4 Susquehanna River From Tioga-Broome county boundary line southwest of Endicott Village to Rock Bottom Dam in Binghamton, New York. M-15 M-I6c A A
5 Susquehanna River From Rock Bottom Dam in Binghamton, New York, to one mile southeast of bridge that crosses the Susquehanna River at Conklin, New York. M-16c M-16d A A
6 Susquehanna River From one mile southeast of bridge that crosses the Susquehanna River at Conklin, New York, to the New York-Pennsylvania state line near Riverside, New York. M-16d B B
7 Susquehanna River From New York-Pennsylvania state line south of Windsor, New York, to source at Otsego Lake in Cooperstown, New York. M-17 M-18 L-18c L-18d L-19c L-19a L-19b L-20a K-20c K-20a B B
7.1 Susquehanna River (Millrace Diversion Channel) In City of Oneonta. Section from mouth of Oneonta Creek upstream 0.6 mile in a southeasterly direction to the main stem of the Susquehanna River. L-19b A A

§930.5 Map 1

TABULAR OR GRAPHIC MATERIAL SET FORTH AT THIS POINT IS NOT DISPLAYABLE

§930.6 Quadrangle Maps

TABULAR OR GRAPHIC MATERIAL SET FORTH AT THIS POINT IS NOT DISPLAYABLE