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Part 897: Oswego River and Lower Seneca River Drainage Basin

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

Contents:

Sec.

§897.1 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 basin of Oswego River and Lower Seneca River within Cayuga, Onondaga and Oswego Counties, as hereinafter described.

§897.2 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 Oswego River and Lower Seneca 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 now shown on the older maps but appearing on the new maps are designated by the letters a, b, c, etc.

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

Waters Index Number Name Explanation
Ont.-66 Oswego River Enters Lake Ontario from southeast at south shore in eastern portion of lake at City of Oswego (map G-13b).
Ont.-66-3 Tannery Creek 3rd trib. entering Oswego River from west, 1.2 miles upstream from Black Creek (map G-14c).
Ont.-66-3-P 9 Lake Neatahwanta At source of Tannery Creek, begining 0.6 mile upstream from trib. 2 (map G-14c).
Ont.-66-3-P 9-1 Trib. 1 of Lake Neatahwanta Trib. 1 enters Lake Neatahwanta from southeast (map G-14c).
Ont.-66-3 P 9-1-9-1-2 Subtrib. of trib. 1 Subtrib. 2 enters trib. 1 from southwest, upstream of subtrib. 1 (map G-14c).

(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
G-13b Oswego West Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army 1943
G-14a Oswego East Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army 1943
G-14b New Haven Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army 1943
G-14c Fulton Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army 1943
G-14d Pennellville Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army 1943
H-13b Cato Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army 1943
H-13d Weedsport Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army 1943
H-14a Lysander Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army 1943
H-14b Baldwinsville U.S. Geological Survey 1948
H-14c Jordan Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army 1943
H-14d Camillus Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army 1943
H-15a Brewerton U.S. Geological Survey 1943
H-15c Syracuse West U.S. Geological Survey 1939
J-14a Skaneateles Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army 1943
J-14b Marcellus Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army 1943

(g) Class as appearing in table I, and denoted by the letters AA, A, B, C or D opposite each specifically designated waters, shall mean class AA, A, B, C or D, 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 or D opposite each specifically designated waters shall mean the standards of quality and purity established for class AA, A, B, C or D as the case may be, as set forth in Part 701, 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 standards of quality and purity 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 standard as the waters to which it is directly tributary.

(l) The Oswego River and Lower Seneca 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 Oswego River and Lower Seneca River.

(m) Notwithstanding the items indicated in table I which, in some instances, indicate assignment of classifications for waters contained within the boundaries of the State-owned forest preserve lands and, therefore, controlled under the provisions of the State Constitution and the Conservation Law, such waters are hereby excluded from classification to the extent that any part of such waters may be located within the boundaries of the State-owned forest preserve land. All waters within 100 feet of the boundaries of the State-owned forest preserve lands shall have a classification of A and be governed by the rules and regulations promulgated by the Water Pollution Control Board.

§897.3 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 Oswego River and lower Seneca River drainage basins are as set forth in table I.

§897.4 Table I

Table I
Classifications and Standards of Quality and Purity Which Are Assigned to All Fresh Surface Waters Within the Oswego River and Lower Seneca River Drainage Basin, Cayuga, Onondaga and Oswego Counties, New York
Item No. Waters Index Number Name Description Map Ref. No. Class Standards
1 Ont.-66 portion as described Oswego River Enters Lake Ontario from southeast at southerly shore in eastern portion of lake and at City of Oswego. Mouth to dam and power station at Lock 6 located 1.8 miles upstream from mouth and in City of Oswego. G-13b G-14a C C
2 Ont.-66 portion as described Oswego River From dam and power station at Lock 6 to point 0.5 mile downstream from Lock 5 and approximately 0.5 mile north of hamlet of Minetto. G-14a B B
2.1 Ont.-66 portion as described Oswego River From a point 0.5 mile downstream from Lock 5 to Lock 5 at Minetto. G-14a B B
2.2 Ont.-66 portion as described Oswego River From Lock 5 to trib. 2 (Black Creek) which enters Oswego River from east 2.0 miles east of Lewis Corners, 1.9 miles north of northerly boundary of City of Fulton and in area immediately east of Battle Island State Park. G-14a G-14c B B
3 Ont.-66 portion as described Oswego River From trib. 2 (Black Creek) to foot of Nestle Avenue located in City of Fulton approximately 0.6 mile upstream from dam and power installations at Lock 2. G-14c B B
4 Ont.-66 portion as described Oswego River From foot of Nestle Avenue in City of Fulton to trib. 10, which enters Oswego River from north at western corner of boundary of Village of Phoenix and 0.7 mile downstream from highway bridge connecting Village of Phoenix with West Phoenix. G-14c G-14d H-14b B B
5 Ont.-66 portion as described Oswego River From trib. 10 to southeastern corner of boundary of Village of Phoenix located 0.3 mile upstream from upstream end of Treasure Island and 1.8 miles upstream from trib. 10. H-14b B B
6 Ont.-66 portion as described Oswego River From southeastern corner of boundary of Village of Phoenix to confluence of Seneca and Oneida Rivers which form Oswego River at hamlet of Three Rivers. H-14b B B
7 Ont.-66-a Trib. of Oswego River Terminates at a point in City of Oswego 0.5 mile southeast of intersection of 10th and Oneida Streets and 0.1 mile northeast of Hall Road. Presumably, stream flows from this point to Oswego River and this is assumed for purposes of classification in this report. G-14a C C
8 Ont.-66-b, c, d, 1, 1a, 1b, 1c, 1d Tribs. of Oswego River Enter Oswego River in a section beginning 3.8 miles upstream from mouth and 0.9 mile south of southern boundary of City of Oswego and extending upstream 4.1 miles to a point 0.2 mile north of Battle Island State Park and 1.8 miles east of Lewis Corners. G-14a G-14c C C
8.1 Ont.-66-c-1 Subtrib. of Oswego River G-14a C C
9 Ont.-66-2 portion as described Black Creek Enters Oswego River from east 0.4 mile upstream from trib. 1d and 0.6 mile southeast of south end of Battle Island. From mouth to P 7. G-14c G-14a C C
9.1 Ont.-66-2 portion as described Black Creek From P 7 to P 8. G-14a G-14b C C(T)
9.2 Ont.-66-2 portion as described Black Creek From P 8 to source. G-14b C C
10 Ont.-66-2-1 and tribs., 1a, 1b and trib., 1c, 1d, 1e, 1f, 1g, 2, 2a, 3 portion as described and tribs., including P 5, 3a Tribs. of Black Creek Enter Black Creek in section beginning 1.3 miles upstream from mouth and 2.9 miles southeast of hamlet of Seneca Hill and extending upstream 6.9 miles to a point 1.7 miles southwest of South Scriba and 1.5 miles northwest of hamlet of Mount P 5 is an unnamed pond on trib. 3 of Black Creek 2.5 miles upstream from mouth and 1.4 miles west of Drakes Corner. Trib. 66-2-3 portion from mouth to trib. 2. G-14a G-14b G-14c G-14d C C
10.1 Ont.-66-2-3 portion as described Trib. of Black Creek From trib. 2 to source. G-14a G-14b G-14d C C(TS)
11 Ont.-66-2-P 6 Paddy Pond Located on Black Creek beginning 0.5 mile upstream from trib. 3a and 1.3 miles south of South Scriba. G-14a C C
12 Ont.-66-2-3b Trib. of Black Creek Enters Black Creek from north at northerly end of Paddy Pond and 1.0 mile southwest of South Scriba. G-14a C C
13 Ont.-66-2-P 7 Crooks Pond Located on Black Creek beginning 0.8 mile upstream from Paddy Pond and 0.8 mile south of South Scriba. G-14a C C
14 Ont.-66-2-4 and trib. Tribs. of Black Creek Enters Black Creek from south at southeast end of Crooks Pond and 0.8 mile south of South Scriba. G-14a G-14b C C
15 Ont.-66-2-5 portion as described, 6, 7 Tribs. of Black Creek Enter Black Creek from west, southeast and south 0.3 mile, 1.7 and 2.7 miles upstream from Crooks Pond and 0.4 mile south of South Scriba, 0.6 mile northeast of South Scriba and 1.0 mile southwest of South New Haven, respectively. From mouth to Hall Road which is approximately 0.8 mile upstream of mouth. G-14a G-14b C C
15.1 Ont.-66-2-5 portion as described Trib. of Black Creek From Hall Road to O'Connor Road. G-14a C C(TS)
15.2 Ont.-66-2-5 portion as described Trib. of Black Creek From O'Connor Road to source. G-14a C C
15.3 Ont.-66-2-7-P 7a Subtrib. of Black Creek Unnamed pond. G-14b C C
16 Ont.-66-2-P 8 Mud Pond Located on Black Creek beginning 0.2 mile upstream from trib. 7 and 0.9 mile southwest of South New Haven. G-14b C C
17 Ont.-66-2-8 Trib. of Black Creek Enters Black Creek from southeast 1.8 miles upstream from Mud Pond and 1.0 mile west of North Volney. G-14b C C
18 Ont.-66-3 Tannery Creek Enters Oswego River from west 1.2 miles upstream from Black Creek and 0.4 mile northwest of northerly end of Pathfinder Island. G-14c C C
19 Ont.-66-3-a, 1,2 Tribs. of Tannery Creek Enter Tannery Creek from southeast, northwest and northwest 0.5, 0.6 and 2.5 miles upstream from mouth and 1.9 miles northeast and 1.7 miles east of Granby Center, respectively. G-14c C C
20 Ont.-66-3-P 9 Lake Neatahwanta At source of Tannery Creek beginning 0.6 mile upstream from trib. 2 and 2.1 miles southeast of Granby Center and at westerly part of City of Fulton. G-14c B B
21 Ont.-66-3-P 9-1 and tribs., 2 and tribs., including P 10, 2a, 2b, 3 Tribs. of Lake Neatahwanta Enter Lake Neatahwanta from southeast, southwest, west, northwest and northwest in a section beginning at southeast end of lake and 2.7 miles southeast of Granby Center and extending clockwise around lake to a point at northwesterly part of lake and 1.2 miles southeast of Granby Center. P 10 is an unnamed pond on trib. 2 of trib. 2 of Lake Neatahwanta beginning 0.8 mile upstream from mouth and at West Granby. G-14c C C
22 Ont.-66-4 Waterhouse Creek Enters Oswego River from southeast 1.0 mile upstream from Tannery Creek and 0.5 mile southeast of southerly end of Pathfinder Island and in northerly part of City of Fulton. G-14c G-14d C C
23 Ont.-66-4-a Trib. of Waterhouse Creek Enters Waterhouse Creek from northeast 0.7 mile upstream from mouth and in northerly part of City of Fulton. G-14c C C
24 Ont.-66-4-P 11 Pond on Waterh-ouse Creek Located on Waterhouse Creek beginning 0.7 mile upstream from trib. a and at east line of City of Fulton. G-14c B B
25 Ont.-66-4-b, 1, 2 and trib. Tribs. of Waterhouse Creek Enter Waterhouse Creek in section beginning 1.3 miles upstream from upstream end of P 11 and 1.0 mile northeast of Fulton water works and extending upstream to a point 2.2 miles south of Volney Center and 1.0 mile northwest of Ingalls Crossing. G-14c G-14d C C
26 Ont.-66-4a, 4b, 5 and trib., 5a Tribs. of Oswego River Enter Oswego River in section beginning 3.1 miles upstream from Waterhouse Creek and 0.1 mile northeast of north end of Little Island and extending upstream 1.4 miles to a point 0.7 mile south of south end of Gale Island and 3.7 miles east of Powens Corners. G-14c G-14d C C
27 Ont.-66-6 Ox Creek Enters Oswego River from southwest 0.8 mile upstream from trib. 5a and 1.6 miles south of south end of Gale Island. G-14c H-14a C C
28 Ont.-66-6-a,b, c,d, e and trib. Tribs. of Ox Creek Enters Ox Creek in section beginning 0.3 mile upstream from mouth and 0.1 mile west of N.Y. Route 48 and extending upstream 2.4 miles to a point 3.5 miles southeast of West Granby and 1.0 mile northwest of South Granby. G-14c H-14a C C
28.1 Ont.-66-6-d-1 Subtrib. of Ox Creek Unnamed trib. G-14c C C
29 Ont.-66-6-1 portion as described, including P 12 Little Ox Creek Enters Ox Creek from south 0.7 mile upstream from trib. e and 2.1 miles north of Jacksonville. Mouth to P 13 (Mud Lake) which is on creek beginning 2.0 miles south of Little Utica and 3.0 miles southeast of hamlet of Lysander. P 12 is on Little Ox Creek beginning 1.0 mile upstream from mouth and 1.3 miles northeast of Jacksonville. H-14a C C
30 Ont.-66-6-1 portion as described Little Ox Creek From Mud Lake upstream to a point 1.0 mile upstream from Mud Lake and 1.1 miles south of Jacksonville. H-14a C C(T)
31 Ont.-66-6-1 portion as described Little Ox Creek From 1.0 mile upstream from Mud Lake to source. H-14a C C
32 Ont.-66-6-1-1, 3 and tribs., 4 and trib., 5, 6 Tribs. of Little Ox Creek Enter Little Ox Creek in section beginning 0.3 mile upstream from mouth and 1.8 miles north of Little Utica and extending upstream 3.6 miles to a point 1.1 miles south of Little Utica and 1.3 miles southeast of Jacksonville. H-14a C C
33 Ont.-66-6-1-P 13 Mud Lake On Little Ox Creek beginning 0.9 mile upstream from trib. 6 and 2.0 miles south of Little Utica. H-14a C C
34 Ont.-66-6-1-P 13-1 Trib. of Mud Lake Enters westerly side of Mud Lake from northwest 2.5 miles south of of Jacksonville and 2.1 miles northeast of Plainville. H-14a C C
35 Ont.-66-6-1-7 Trib. of Little Ox Creek Enters Little Ox Creek from west 2.1 miles upstream from Mud Lake and 1.0 mile southwest of Jacksonville. H-14a C C
36 Ont.-66-6-1a, 1b, lc, 2 and trib., 2a, 3 and tribs., 3a, 3b and tribs., 4, 5 and trib., 6, 6a, 7, 8 Tribs. of Ox Creek Enter Ox Creek in section beginning 0.5 mile upstream from Little Ox Creek and 1.9 miles north of Jacksonville and extending 6.6 miles upstream to a point 1.3 miles west of hamlet of Lysander and 1.7 miles southwest of Baird Corners. H-14a G-14c C C
37 Ont.-66-7, 7a,7b, 8 and tribs., 9 and tribs., 10 and tribs., 10a, 10b, 10c Tribs. of Oswego River Enter Oswego River in section beginning 0.5 mile upstream from Ox Creek and 2.0 miles southeast of south end of Gale Island and extending upstream 6.9 miles to a point 0.4 mile northwest of bridge carrying N.Y. Route 57 over Oneida River at Three Rivers and 1.3 miles south of southwest corner of Village of Phoenix. G-14c G-14d H-14b H-14a C C
37.1 Ont.-66-8-2-P 13a to P 13k, 66-9-1-P 13l, P 13n, P 13o, 66-10a-P 13p to P 13s, 66-P 13t, P 13u, 66-10b-P 13v to P 13z, P 14a, 66-10c-P 14b to P 14d Subtribs.of Oswego River Unnamed ponds. H-14b C C
38 Ont.-66-11 and tribs. Oneida River Oneida River subbasin was not included in studies of Oswego River and lower Seneca River and therefore not classified at this time.
39 Ont.-66-12 portion as described Seneca River Enters Oswego River from south at Three Rivers where Seneca and Oneida Rivers conflow to form Oswego River. Mouth to Bonta Bridge which is 30.0 miles upstream and 3.1 miles northeast of center of Village of Weedsport. This includes channels of river improved for Barge Canal navigation. H-14b H-15a H-14d H-14a H-14c H-13d B B
40 Ont.-66-12-2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and tribs., 7, 8,9, 10, 11 and trib., 11a Tribs. of Seneca River Enter Seneca River in section beginning 0.4 mile upstream from mouth and 1.3 miles north of hamlet of Belgium and extending 6.8 miles upstream to a point 0.1 mile downstream from Onondaga Lake Outlet and 0.1 mile east of eastmost part of Klein Island. H-14b H-15a H-14d H-15c C C
41 Ont.-66-12-12 Onondaga Lake Outlet Enters Seneca River from southeast 0.1 mile southeast of Klein Island and 2.7 miles northwest of center of Village of Liverpool. H-14d H-15c B B
42 Ont.-66-12-12-P 154 and tribs. Onondaga Lake These waters have been surveyed and classified previously.
43 Ont.-66-12-13,14 and trib., 15, 15a, 16 and trib. Tribs. of Seneca River Enter Seneca River in section beginning 1.4 miles upstream from Onondaga Lake Outlet and 0.7 mile west of westerly end of Klein Island and extending 2.7 miles upstream to a point 1.2 miles southeast of center of Baldwinsville and 2.7 miles southwest of hamlet of Belgium. H-14d H-14b C C
44 Ont.-66-12-17 and tribs., including P 179 Crooked Brook Enters Seneca River from southwest 0.4 mile upstream from trib. 16 and just inside southeast line of Village of Baldwinsville. P 179 is on Crooked Brook beginning 1.3 miles upstream from mouth and 1.2 miles south of center of Baldwinsville. H-14b H-14d C C
44.1 Ont.-66-12-17-1-P 179b, P 179c, P 179d, and 17-2-P 179e Subtribs. of Crooked Brook Unnamed ponds. H-14b C C
45 Ont.-66-12-18 and trib. Tribs. of Seneca River Enters Seneca River from north 0.6 mile upstream from Crooked Brook and 0.2 mile east of center of Village of Baldwinsville. H-14b C C
46 Ont.-66-12-18a Trib. of Seneca River Enters Seneca River from east 2.5 miles upstream from trib. 18 and 2.0 miles west of center of Village of Baldwinsville. H-14b C C
47 Ont.-66-12-19 Dead Creek Enters Seneca River from south 0.3 mile upstream from trib. 18a and 3.5 miles east of Plainville. H-14a H-14c H-14d C C
48 Ont.-66-12-19-a, b, c, 1, 1a, 1b, 1c, 1d, 1e, 2, 2a, 2b, 2c, 3, 3a, 4 Tribs. of Dead Creek Enter Dead Creek in section beginning 0.3 mile upstream from mouth and 3.6 miles east of Plainville and extending 4.8 miles upstream to a point 0.9 mile northwest of center of hamlet of Memphis and 0.8 mile southwest of Ionia. H-14a H-14b H-14c H-14d C C
49 Ont.-66-12-19-5 and tribs. White Bottom Creek Enters Dead Creek from south 0.2 mile upstream from trib. 4 and 0.8 mile west of center of hamlet of Memphis. H-14c C C(T)
50 Ont.-66-12-19-5a Trib. of Dead Creek Enters Dead Creek from south 1.0 mile upstream from White Bottom Creek and 2.3 miles west of hamlet of Warners. H-14d C C
51 Ont.-66-12-19-6 portion as described Gilly Brook Enters Dead Creek (abandoned Erie Canal) from south 1.2 miles west of hamlet of Warners and 3.6 miles northwest of center of Village of Camillus. From abandoned Erie Canal to trib. 5 which enters from west 3.0 miles upstream from abandoned Erie Canal and 2.1 miles west of center of Village of Camillus. The stream is called Bitter Brook on reference map. H-14d C C(T)
52 Ont.-66-12-19-6 portion as described Gilly Brook From trib. 5 to source. H-14d C C
53 Ont.-66-12-19-6-1, 2, 3, P 183, 4, 5 Tribs. of Enter Gilly Brook Gilly Brook in section beginning 0.6 mile upstream from abandoned Erie Canal and 1.4 miles southwest of hamlet of Warners and extending 2.3 miles upstream to a point 2.1 miles west of center of Village of Camillus and 1.1 miles northeast of Bennetts Corners. P 183 is on Gilly Brook beginning at a point 1.6 miles upstream from abandoned Erie Canal and 1.9 miles north of Bennetts Corners. H-14d C C
54 Ont.-66-12-19-P 180 Clay Pond No. 1 Near Dead Creek immediately north of abandoned Erie Canal and 1.5 miles west of hamlet of Warners. Pond does not have a surface outlet. H-14d C C
55 Ont.-66-12-19-P 181 Clay Pond No. 2 Near Dead Creek immediately north of abandoned Erie Canal and 1.2 miles west of hamlet of Warners. Pond does not have a surface outlet. H-14d C C
56 Ont.-66-12-19-P 182 Clay Pond No. 3 Near Dead Creek 0.1 mile north of abandoned Erie Canal and 1.1 miles west of hamlet of Warners. Pond does not have a surface outlet. H-14d C C
57 Ont.-66-12-19-7, P 184 Tribs. of Dead Creek Trib. 7 enters Dead Creek from north 0.2 mile north of abandoned Erie Canal and 1.5 miles west of hamlet of Warners. P 184 is on Dead Creek 0.7 mile upstream from trib.7 and 1.3 miles northwest of hamlet of Warners. H-14d C C
58 Ont.-66-12-20, 21, 22,23,23a, 24 and tribs., 25,26 and trib., 27 and trib., 27a, 27b, 27c, 27d, 27e, 27f, 27g Tribs. of Seneca River Enter Seneca River in section beginning 0.3 mile upstream from Dead Creek and 3.2 miles east of Plainville and extending 6.9 miles upstream to a point 0.1 mile northeast of Jacks Reef and 2.1 miles west of Ionia. Trib. 27f, draining Frog Hole Swamp enters State ditch 1.3 miles northwest of Jacks Reef. H-14a H-14c C C
58.1 Ont.-66-12-27f-P 184a Subtrib. of Seneca River Unnamed pond. H-14c C C
59 Ont.-66-12-28 Carpenters Brook Enters Seneca River from south 0.5 mile west of Jacks Reef and 3.0 miles northeast of center of Village of Jordan. H-14c C C(T)
60 Ont.-66-12-28-a, b, c, d Tribs. of Carpenters Brook Enter Carpenters Brook in section beginning 2.1 miles upstream from mouth and 2.7 miles east of center of Village of Jordan and extending upstream 2.0 miles to a point 2.0 miles northeast of center of Village of Elbridge and 3.4 miles southeast of center of Village of Jordan. H-14c C C
61 Ont.-66-12-28-1 portion as described Trib. of Carpenters Brook Enters Carpenters Brook from south 0.5 mile upstream from trib. d and 1.9 miles east of center of Village of Elbridge. Mouth to a point 5.0 miles upstream from mouth and 1.9 miles southeast of hamlet of Skaneateles Falls. H-14c J-14a C C(T)
62 Ont.-66-12-28-1 portion as described Trib. of Carpenters Brook From 5.0 miles upstream from mouth to source. J-14a C C
63 Ont.-66-12-28-1-1,2 Tribs. of trib. 1 of Carpenters Brook Enter trib. 1 of Carpenters Brook from southeast and west 6.0 and 6.5 miles upstream from mouth and 1.5 miles east and 1.7 miles southeast of Mottville, respectively. J-14a C C
63.1 Ont.-66-12-28-1-P 184b Unnamed pond. Trib. of Carpenters Brook J-14a C C
64 Ont.-66-12-28-1a Trib. of Carpenters Brook Enters Carpenters Brook from east 0.3 mile upstream from trib. 1 and 2.1 miles east of center of Village of Elbridge. H-14c C C
65 Ont.-66-12-28-2 Trib. of Carpen-ters Brook Enters Carpenters Brook from southeast 0.1 mile upstream from trib. 1a and 2.2 miles east of center of Village of Elbridge. H-14c C C(T)
66 Ont.-66-12-28-2a, 3,4 and tribs. Tribs. of Carpenters Brook Enter Carpenters Brook from west, southwest and east 1.1, 2.2 and 2.2 miles upstream from trib. 2 and 2.7, 3.5 and 3.5 miles southeast of center of Village of Elbridge, respectively. H-14c H-14d J-14b C C
67 Ont.-66-12-28a, 28b Tribs. of Seneca River Enter Seneca River from west and northeast 0.8 and 1.6 miles upstream from Carpenters Brook and 1.1 and 1.8 miles northeast of Jacks Reef, respectively. H-14c C C
68 Ont.-66-12-P 185 Cross Lake On Seneca River beginning at a point 0.2 mile upstream from trib. 28a and 3.2 miles north of center of Village of Jordan. H-14c H-14a H-13b B B
69 Ont.-66-12-P Tribs. of Lake Enter south end from southeast 0.5 mile east, 0.5 mile southeast and 0.7 mile south of Little Island, respectively. H-14c C C
70 Ont.-66-12-P 185-1 and trib., 1a and tribs. Tribs. of Cross Lake Enter northwesterly part of Cross Lake from southwest and north 2.4 and 1.8 miles southeast of center of Village of Meridian, respectively. H-13b C C
71 Ont.-66-12-P 185-2 and tribs. Trib. of Cross Lake Enters northeasterly part of Cross Lake from northeast 1.7 miles southwest of Plainville. H-14a C C
72 Ont.-66-12-P 185-2a Trib. of Cross Lake Enters easterly side of Cross Lake from northeast 0.9 mile northeast of Little Island and .5 miles northwest of Jacks Reef. H-14c C C
73 Ont.-66-12-28c, 28d, 28e, 28f Tribs. of Seneca River Enter Seneca River in section beginning 0.5 mile upstream from Cross Lake and extending 1.8 miles upstream to a point .2 mile downstream from mouth of Skaneateles Creek and 0.5 mile northeast of Bonta Bridge. H-14c H-13d C C
74 Ont.-66-12-29 and tribs. Skaneate-les Creek These waters have been surveyed and classified previously.

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