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S05727 Summary:

BILL NO    S05727 

SAME AS    SAME AS A07905

SPONSOR    LAVALLE

COSPNSR    AVELLA, ZELDIN

MLTSPNSR   

Rpld & add S57-0107 subs 10 & 11, En Con L; rpld Chap 538 of 2011

Adds certain lands in the Carmans River Watershed to the Central Pine Barrens
Area and the Core Preservation Area.
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S05727 Text:



 
                STATE OF NEW YORK
        ________________________________________________________________________
 
                                          5727
 
                               2013-2014 Regular Sessions
 
                    IN SENATE
 
                                      June 10, 2013
                                       ___________
 
        Introduced  by  Sens. LAVALLE, ZELDIN -- read twice and ordered printed,
          and when printed to be committed to  the  Committee  on  Environmental
          Conservation
 
        AN  ACT  to amend the environmental conservation law, in relation to the
          addition of certain lands  in  the  Carmans  River  Watershed  to  the

          Central  Pine  Barrens  Area and the Core Preservation Area; to repeal
          chapter 538 of the laws of 2011 amending the  environmental  conserva-
          tion  law relating to the addition of certain lands within the Carmans
          River Watershed to the core preservation  area  of  the  Central  Pine
          Barrens,  relating  thereto;  and  to repeal certain provisions of the
          environmental conservation law relating thereto
 
          The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and  Assem-
        bly, do enact as follows:
 
     1    Section 1. Legislative findings.  The legislature finds that expanding
     2  the  Central Pine Barrens Area and the core preservation area, as estab-
     3  lished in chapter 286 of the laws of 1998 will increase  protection  for
     4  the  Carmans  River  and its watershed and is a vital goal that benefits

     5  the environment and the economy of the state. The Carmans River  is  one
     6  of  only two found within the Central Pine Barrens. As such, the Carmans
     7  River represents a significant and integral part  of  the  Central  Pine
     8  Barrens  ecosystem.  Although various state and local measures have been
     9  undertaken to protect the Carmans River over the last  several  decades,
    10  recent  scientific  studies  have  indicated  that existing measures are
    11  insufficient to protect the Carmans River.  Further, the  Carmans  River
    12  is declining in both the quality of its surface water and its ecological
    13  integrity.  The  entire watercourse of the Carmans River lies within the
    14  Central Pine Barrens and much of its  groundwater  watershed  also  lies
    15  within the Central Pine Barrens and entirely within the town of Brookha-
    16  ven.  Accordingly,  the most effective means of achieving the objectives

    17  of environmental preservation of the Carmans River watershed and econom-
    18  ic growth on other areas of the town of Brookhaven would  be  to  expand
 
         EXPLANATION--Matter in italics (underscored) is new; matter in brackets
                              [ ] is old law to be omitted.
                                                                   LBD11201-05-3

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     1  the core preservation area of the Central Pine Barrens. This legislation
     2  is  intended  to and conditioned on the purpose that it:  (1) expand the
     3  core preservation area boundary to encompass those areas  most  critical
     4  to  the Carmans River; (2) include public parklands and open space areas
     5  which are near or currently adjacent to the core preservation  area  and
     6  which  should  be integrated into the core preservation area; (3) expand

     7  the existing Central Pine Barrens area boundary to incorporate the boun-
     8  daries of the expanded core preservation area; and shall only remain  in
     9  effect as long as the description and boundaries of such areas as estab-
    10  lished  in 1998, and the protections afforded such areas by such act are
    11  not diminished in any way. Such intended expansion of the core preserva-
    12  tion area will provide significantly  more  protection  to  the  Carmans
    13  River  than currently exists and will help to ensure that key ecological
    14  values and habitats will be adequately  protected,  enhanced  and  main-
    15  tained.
    16    §  2.  Subdivisions  10 and 11 of section 57-0107 of the environmental
    17  conservation law are REPEALED, and two new subdivisions 10  and  11  are
    18  added to read as follows:
    19    10.  "Central  Pine  Barrens  area"  shall mean the contiguous area as

    20  described and bounded as follows:
    21    Beginning at a point where the southerly side of Route 25A  intersects
    22  the easterly side of Miller Place Road; thence southward along the east-
    23  erly  boundary  of  Miller  Place Road to Helme Avenue; thence southward
    24  along the easterly boundary  of  Helme  Avenue  to  Miller  Place-Middle
    25  Island  Road;  thence  southward  along  the easterly boundary of Miller
    26  Place-Middle Island Road to Whiskey  Road;  thence  westward  along  the
    27  southerly  boundary  of  Whiskey  Road to Mount Sinai-Coram Road; thence
    28  southward along the easterly  boundary  of  Mount  Sinai-Coram  Road  to
    29  Middle  Country  Road  (Route  25);  thence westward along the southerly

    30  boundary of Route 25 to Patchogue-Mount Sinai Road  (County  Route  83);
    31  thence southward along the easterly boundary of County Route 83 to Bicy-
    32  cle  Path Drive; thence southeastward along the easterly side of Bicycle
    33  Path Drive to Mt. McKinley Avenue; thence southward along  the  easterly
    34  boundary  of  Mt.  McKinley  Avenue to Granny Road; thence northeastward
    35  along the northerly boundary of Granny Road to Port  Jefferson-Patchogue
    36  Road  (Route 112); thence southward along the easterly boundary of Route
    37  112 to Horse Block Road (County Route 16);  thence  eastward  along  the
    38  northerly  boundary of County Route 16 to Maine Avenue; thence northward
    39  along the westerly boundary of Maine Avenue to Fire Avenue; thence east-

    40  ward along the northerly boundary of  Fire  Avenue  to  John  Roe  Smith
    41  Avenue;  thence  southward along the easterly boundary of John Roe Smith
    42  Avenue to Jeff Street; thence eastward along the northerly  boundary  of
    43  Jeff  Street  to  Hagerman  Avenue;  thence southward along the easterly
    44  boundary of Hagerman Avenue to the Long Island Expressway  (Route  495);
    45  thence eastward along the northerly boundary of Route 495 to the easter-
    46  ly  side  of Yaphank Avenue (County Road 21); thence southward along the
    47  easterly side of Yaphank Avenue, crossing Sunrise Highway (Route 27)  to
    48  the south side of Montauk Highway (County Road 80); thence southwestward
    49  along  the south side of Montauk Highway (County Road 80) to South Coun-

    50  try Road; thence southward along the easterly side of South Country Road
    51  to Fireplace Neck Road; thence southward  along  the  easterly  side  of
    52  Fireplace Neck Road to Beaver Dam Road; thence eastward along the north-
    53  erly  side  of  Beaver  Dam Road to the westerly boundary of the Carmans
    54  River and the lands  owned  by  the  United  States  known  as  Wertheim
    55  National  Wildlife  Refuge (the "Refuge"); thence generally westerly and
    56  southerly to the waters  of  Bellport  Bay;  thence  generally  easterly

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     1  across  the Bay and northerly along the easterly boundary of the Refuge,
     2  including all lands currently part of the Refuge and any lands which may

     3  become part of the Refuge in the future, to the east side of the  south-
     4  ern  terminus of Smith Road; thence northward along the easterly side of
     5  Smith Road to the southwesterly corner of  the  property  identified  as
     6  District  200,  Section 974.50, Block 1, Lot 11; thence eastward, north-
     7  ward and westward in a counter-clockwise direction along  the  southern,
     8  eastern and northern boundaries of that property to the easterly side of
     9  Smith  Road;  thence  northward  along  the  east  side of Smith Road to
    10  Merrick Road; thence northeasterly along the northerly side  of  Merrick
    11  Road  to the west side of William Floyd Parkway (County Road 46); thence
    12  northerly along the westerly side of William Floyd Parkway (County  Road

    13  46), crossing Route 27, to the Long Island Railroad (LIRR); thence east-
    14  ward  along  the  northerly boundary of the Long Island Rail Road tracks
    15  7,500 feet; thence southward 500 feet; thence eastward 525 feet  to  the
    16  intersection  of  North  Street and Manor-Yaphank Road; thence southward
    17  along the easterly boundary of  Manor-Yaphank  Road  to  Moriches-Middle
    18  Island  Road;  thence eastward along the northerly boundary of Moriches-
    19  Middle Island Road to Sunrise Highway (Route 27); thence eastward  along
    20  the  northerly  boundary of Route 27 to an old railroad grade (unpaved);
    21  thence southeastward along the northerly boundary of  the  old  railroad
    22  grade (unpaved) to Old County Road (Route 71); thence eastward along the

    23  northerly  boundary  of  Route  71  to the Long Island Rail Road tracks;
    24  thence eastward along the northerly boundary of  the  Long  Island  Rail
    25  Road  tracks  to  Montauk  Highway;  thence eastward along the northerly
    26  boundary of Montauk Highway to Route  24;  thence  northward  along  the
    27  westerly  boundary  of  Route  24  to Sunrise Highway (Route 27); thence
    28  eastward along the northerly boundary of Route 27  to  Squiretown  Road;
    29  thence northward along the westerly boundary of Squiretown Road to Upper
    30  Red Creek Road; thence westward along the southern boundary of Upper Red
    31  Creek to Lower Red Creek Road; thence southward along the easterly boun-
    32  dary  of  Lower  Red  Creek Road to Hubbard County Park; thence westward

    33  along the northern boundary of Hubbard County Park to  Riverhead-Hampton
    34  Bays  Road  (Route  24); thence westward along the southerly boundary of
    35  Route 24 to Peconic Avenue; thence northward along the westerly boundary
    36  of Peconic Avenue to the Riverhead-Southampton border;  thence  westward
    37  along  the  Riverhead-Southampton  border  and  the Riverhead-Brookhaven
    38  border to the Forge Road Bridge; thence  northward  along  the  westerly
    39  boundary  of  the  Forge Road Bridge to Forge Road; thence northwestward
    40  along the westerly boundary of Forge Road to the railroad tracks; thence
    41  northward along the westerly boundary of Forge  Road  (unpaved)  to  the
    42  intersection  of  Route  25  and  River  Road; thence westward along the

    43  southerly boundary of River Road to  Edwards  Avenue;  thence  northward
    44  along  the  westerly boundary of Edwards Avenue 3,800 feet; thence west-
    45  ward 4,400 feet to an unnamed, unpaved road; thence northward along  the
    46  westerly boundary of the unnamed, unpaved road 150 feet; thence westward
    47  and  northwestward  along  the  eastern  boundary  of  the United States
    48  Navy/Grumman Aerospace Corporation property  (as  of  1982)  up  to  its
    49  intersection  with Middle Country Road (Route 25); thence westward along
    50  the southerly boundary of Route 25 to the intersection of Route  25  and
    51  25A; thence northeastward, westward, and southwestward along the eastern
    52  and northern boundary of the United States Navy/Grumman Aerospace Corpo-

    53  ration  (as  of  1982) and located immediately east of Route 25A, to its
    54  intersection with Route 25A; thence westward along the southerly bounda-
    55  ry of Route 25A to the point or place of beginning,  and  excluding  one
    56  distinct  area  described as follows: The area defined as beginning at a

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     1  point where the westerly side of William Floyd Parkway (County Road  46)
     2  meets northerly side of the Long Island Railroad (LIRR); thence westward
     3  along  the  northerly  side  of the LIRR to Moriches-Middle Island Road;
     4  thence generally northwestward along the northerly side of Moriches-Mid-
     5  dle  Island  Road to the southerly side of Long Island Expressway (Route

     6  495); thence eastward along  the  southerly  side  of  the  Long  Island
     7  Expressway  (Route  495)  to  the westerly side of William Floyd Parkway
     8  (County Road 46); thence southward along the westerly  side  of  William
     9  Floyd  Parkway  (County Road 46) and containing the subdivision known as
    10  RB Industrial Park, to the point or place of beginning.
    11    11. "Core preservation area" shall mean the core preservation area  of
    12  the Central Pine Barrens area which comprise the largest intact areas of
    13  undeveloped pine barrens as described and bounded as follows:
    14    Beginning  at  a  point  where the northwestern corner of the New York
    15  State Rocky Point Natural Resource Management Area (the "NYS Rocky Point

    16  Land") intersects the southerly side of NYS Route 25A; thence  generally
    17  southward and eastward along the generally westerly and southerly bound-
    18  aries of the NYS Rocky Point Land (including the Currans Road Pond State
    19  Wildlife Management Area, all adjacent or contiguous undeveloped Town of
    20  Brookhaven  parks,  preserves,  open space areas, or reserved areas, and
    21  the crossings of the undeveloped Suffolk County property  known  as  the
    22  Port  Jefferson  -  Westhampton  road right of way, Whiskey Road, County
    23  Route 21, and Currans Road), and including those  properties  identified
    24  as  District 200, Section 346, Block 1, Lots 3 and 4, to the point where
    25  the NYS Rocky Point Land meets  the  northerly  side  of  NYS  Route  25

    26  (Middle  Country  Road); thence eastward along the northerly boundary of
    27  NYS Route 25 to the southeastern corner of that property west  of  Wood-
    28  lots Road which is identified as District 200, Section 349, Block 2, Lot
    29  1.3;  thence  northward  along the easterly boundary of that property to
    30  the Suffolk County Pine  Trail  Nature  Preserve;  thence  eastward  and
    31  southeastward  along  the  southerly boundary of the Suffolk County Pine
    32  Trail Nature Preserve  where  the  Preserve  is  adjacent  to  developed
    33  parcels or parcels in agricultural or horticultural use, or along a line
    34  parallel to, and 100 (one hundred) feet south of, the Preserve where the
    35  Preserve  is  adjacent  to  parcels  which are undeveloped as of June 1,

    36  1993, to County Route 46; thence southward along the  easterly  boundary
    37  of  County Route 46 to NYS Route 25; thence eastward along the southerly
    38  boundary of NYS Route  25  to  the  Suffolk  County  Pine  Trail  Nature
    39  Preserve;  thence  southward  along the westerly boundary of the Suffolk
    40  County Pine Trail Nature Preserve where  the  Preserve  is  adjacent  to
    41  developed  parcels,  or  along a line parallel to, and 100 (one hundred)
    42  feet west of, the Preserve where the Preserve  is  adjacent  to  parcels
    43  which  are  undeveloped  as of June 1, 1993, to the northern boundary of
    44  the United States land known as Brookhaven National  Laboratory;  thence
    45  generally  westward  along the northerly boundary of Brookhaven National

    46  Laboratory to County Route 46 (William Floyd Parkway); thence  generally
    47  northwestward  on  a straight line to the intersection of Sally Lane and
    48  Pond Lane; thence westward along the southerly side of Pond Lane to Ruth
    49  Lane; thence northward along the westerly side of Ruth Lane to NYS Route
    50  25; thence westward along the northerly side of  NYS  Route  25  to  the
    51  southeast  corner  of the NYS Middle Island State Game Farm and Environ-
    52  mental Education Center; thence northward, westward, and southward along
    53  the easterly, northerly, and  westerly  boundaries  of  the  NYS  Middle
    54  Island  State  Game Farm and Environmental Education Center to NYS Route
    55  25; thence westward along the southerly side of NYS Route 25,  excluding

    56  all  parcels  abutting that road which are developed as of June 1, 1993,

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     1  to Giant Oak Road; thence southward along the easterly side of Giant Oak
     2  Road to Medford Road; thence southwestward along the southeasterly  side
     3  of  Medford Road to Smith Road; thence southward along the westerly side
     4  of Smith Road; thence southerly along the westerly side of Smith Road to
     5  the  southeast  corner  of  District  200,  Section 406, Block 1, Lot 6;
     6  thence westward, northward and eastward along  the  southerly,  westerly
     7  and  northerly sides of the developed lands known as Strathmore Ridge to
     8  the westerly side of Smith Road; thence  northerly  along  the  westerly

     9  side of Smith Road to the southerly side of NYS Route 25; thence wester-
    10  ly  along the southerly side of NYS Route 25, to the northwestern corner
    11  of that property which is identified as District 200, Section 406, Block
    12  1, Lot 4.3; thence southerly along the westerly boundary of that proper-
    13  ty to the southerly side of Longwood Road;  thence  eastward  along  the
    14  southerly  side of Longwood Road to the northwest corner of the property
    15  identified as District 200, Section 504, Block 1, Lot 7.2; thence south-
    16  ward and eastward along the generally westerly boundary of  that  parcel
    17  to  the  eastern  end of Rugby Lane (also known as Rugby Avenue or Rugby
    18  Road), a paper street shown on Suffolk County  tax  maps  District  200,

    19  Sections 500, 502, and 503; thence westward along the northerly boundary
    20  of Rugby Lane, across County Route 21, to the westerly boundary of Coun-
    21  ty  Route  21 (Yaphank - Middle Island Road); thence southward along the
    22  westerly boundary of County Route 21 to the northeastern corner  of  the
    23  parcel  identified  as  District  200, Section 529, Block 1, Lot 28, and
    24  which is coterminous  with  the  southerly  boundaries  of  the  parcels
    25  located  on  the  south  side  of Rustic Lane; thence westward along the
    26  northerly boundary of that parcel to the southwest corner of the  parcel
    27  identified  as  District 200, Section 528, Block 5, Lot 2; thence north-
    28  ward along a portion of the easterly  boundary  of  the  Carmans  River,

    29  which  comprises  the  easterly  boundary  of  the  parcel identified as
    30  District 200, Section 528, Block 5, Lot 1, to its intersection with  the
    31  southern  boundary  of the Suffolk County Nature Preserve parcel identi-
    32  fied as District 200, Section 500, Block 1,  Lot  1.4;  thence  eastward
    33  along  the  southern  boundary of that parcel to the southeast corner of
    34  that parcel; thence  northward  along  the  easterly  boundary  of  that
    35  Suffolk  County  Nature  Preserve  parcel to the southeast corner of the
    36  Suffolk County  Nature  Preserve  parcel  identified  as  District  200,
    37  Section  500,  Block  1,  Lot  3.1, thence generally northward along the
    38  easterly boundary of that parcel to the  north  side  of  East  Bartlett

    39  Road;  thence easterly along the north side of East Bartlett Road to the
    40  east side of County Road 21; thence southerly along  the  east  side  of
    41  County  Road  21  to  the southwest corner of District 200, Section 501,
    42  Block 1, Lot 2.1; thence easterly and northerly along the  southern  and
    43  eastern  sides  of  that  property  to  the north side of Longwood Road;
    44  thence westerly along the north side of Longwood Road to  the  southeast
    45  corner  of District 200, Section 482, Block 1, Lot 3.1; thence northward
    46  and eastward along the easterly and southerly boundaries of that  parcel
    47  to  the  northwest  corner  of  the  parcel  identified as District 200,
    48  Section 483, Block 2, Lot 1.4; thence eastward along the southerly prop-

    49  erty boundary of the parcel identified as  District  200,  Section  482,
    50  Block  1, Lot 4 to the southeast corner of that parcel; thence northward
    51  along the easterly boundary of that parcel to the  northeast  corner  of
    52  that  parcel; thence generally northerly and westerly along the easterly
    53  and northerly boundary of Prosser Pines County Nature Preserve to County
    54  Road 21; thence westward (directly  across  County  Route  21),  to  the
    55  southeast  corner  of  the  property identified as District 200, Section
    56  434, Block 1, Lot 14.3, the eastern side of Cathedral Pines County Park;

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     1  thence northward along the eastern boundary of  Cathedral  Pines  County

     2  Park to the southeast corner of the property identified as District 200,
     3  Section  402,  Block  1, Lot 23.1, thence continuing northward along the
     4  easterly  boundary  of  that property to the southerly side of Lafayette
     5  Road; thence westward along the southerly side of Lafayette Road to  the
     6  eastern  boundary  of  the  property identified as District 200, Section
     7  402, Block 1, Lot 24.7; thence generally northward, westward,  southward
     8  and westward in a counter-clockwise direction along the easterly, north-
     9  erly, westerly and northerly boundaries of that property to the easterly
    10  boundary  of  the  parcel identified as District 200, Section 402, Block
    11  19.2; thence northerly along the easterly side of said lot to the south-

    12  east corner of the property identified as  District  200,  Section  402,
    13  Block  1,  Lot 20, thence westward and northward along the southerly and
    14  westerly sides of that property to the southerly side of NYS  Route  25;
    15  thence  westward  along  the  southerly  boundary of NYS Route 25 to the
    16  northwestern corner of the parcel identified as  District  200,  Section
    17  402,  Block  1,  Lot 16.4; thence generally southward along the westerly
    18  boundary of that parcel to the northerly boundary of the parcel  identi-
    19  fied  as  District  200,  Section 454, Block 1, Lot 9.1; thence westward
    20  along the northerly boundary of  that  parcel  to  East  Bartlett  Road;
    21  thence  southward  along  the easterly boundary of East Bartlett Road to

    22  its intersection with Ashton Road; thence westward to  the  northeastern
    23  corner  of  the old filed map shown on District 200, Section 499; thence
    24  westward and southward along the northerly and  westerly  boundaries  of
    25  the  old  filed  map  shown  on  Suffolk  County  tax maps District 200,
    26  Sections 498, 499, and 527 to Hillcrest Road; thence eastward along  the
    27  southerly  boundary  of  Hillcrest Road to Ashton Road; thence southward
    28  along the easterly side of Ashton Road to Granny Road;  thence  eastward
    29  along  the  southerly side of Granny Road to the northwesterly corner of
    30  District 200, Section 547, Block 1, Lot 18.1;  thence  generally  south-
    31  ward, westward, southward, eastward and northward in a counter-clockwise

    32  direction  along  the western, northern, southern and eastern boundaries
    33  of said parcel to the southeast  corner  of  the  parcel  identified  as
    34  District  200,  Section  548, Block 1, Lot 3; thence northward along the
    35  easterly boundary of that parcel to its northeast corner; thence  gener-
    36  ally northward, northeastward and eastward along the westerly, northwes-
    37  terly  and  northerly sides of German Boulevard to its intersection with
    38  the northeasterly side of Lakeview Boulevard; thence southeastward along
    39  the northeasterly side of Lakeview Boulevard to the westerly boundary of
    40  the parcel identified as District 200, Section  611,  Block  1,  Lot  5;
    41  thence  northward  along  the  westerly  boundary  of that parcel to its

    42  northwest corner; thence southward along the westerly  boundary  of  the
    43  parcel identified as District 200, Section 579, Block 3, Lot 1, compris-
    44  ing  part  of  the western bank of the Carmans River also known as Upper
    45  Lake, to the northerly side of Mill Road, also  known  as  County  Route
    46  101; thence eastward along the northerly side of Mill Road to the north-
    47  east corner of the parcel identified as District 200, Section 579, Block
    48  3,  Lot  19; thence westerly along the northerly boundary of that parcel
    49  to the western boundary  of  the  parcel  identified  as  District  200,
    50  Section 579, Block 3, Lot 1; thence northward along the easterly side of
    51  that  parcel,  comprising  part of the eastern bank of the Carmans River

    52  also known as Upper Lake, to the southwest corner of the parcel  identi-
    53  fied  as  District  200,  Section 548, Block 2, Lot 5.1; thence eastward
    54  along the southern boundary of that  parcel  to  its  southeast  corner;
    55  thence  eastward  across  County  Route  21 to its easterly side; thence
    56  northward along the easterly boundary of County Route 21 to  the  south-

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     1  west  corner  of  the  Suffolk  County  Nature  Preserve parcel known as
     2  Warbler Woods and identified as District 200, Section 551, Block 1,  Lot
     3  4; thence generally eastward along the southerly boundary of the Warbler
     4  Woods parcel and then southward along the westerly boundary of an exten-

     5  sion  of that parcel's southerly boundary to the southeast corner of the
     6  southern terminus of Harold Road; thence generally  westward,  southward
     7  and  westward  in  a  counter-clockwise  direction  along the northerly,
     8  westerly, northerly and westerly boundaries of the Suffolk County Nature
     9  Preserve parcel known as Fox  Lair,  and  identified  as  District  200,
    10  Section  580,  Block  3, Lot 24.2, to the northwest corner of the parcel
    11  Suffolk County  Water  Authority  parcel  identified  as  District  200,
    12  Section 580, Block 3, Lot 24.6; thence southward, eastward and southward
    13  along  the  westerly  boundary  and southerly boundaries of that Suffolk
    14  County Water Authority parcel to Main Street; thence eastward along  the

    15  north side of Main Street to the southeast corner of said Suffolk County
    16  Water  Authority  parcel to its southeast corner; thence northward along
    17  the easterly boundary of that parcel to the southwest property  boundary
    18  of the Suffolk County Nature Preserve parcel known as Fox Lair and iden-
    19  tified as District 200, Section 580, Block 3, Lot 24.2, thence generally
    20  eastward, southward, eastward, northward and eastward along the souther-
    21  ly  boundaries  of said parcel and eastward along the southerly boundary
    22  of the Suffolk County Nature Preserve parcel identified as District 200,
    23  Section 583, Block 1, Lot 4.1, to the west side of the unimproved north-
    24  south oriented road known variously as Smith  Road,  Longwood  Road  and

    25  Private Road; thence southward along the westerly boundary of Smith Road
    26  to  the  north side of the Long Island Expressway; thence westward along
    27  the northerly boundary of the Long Island Expressway to the  south  side
    28  of  Main Street in Yaphank; thence westward along the southerly boundary
    29  of Main Street in Yaphank to the westernmost extent along Main Street of
    30  the Southaven County Park boundary; thence westward across  County  Road
    31  21  to  the  western boundary of the County Road 21 right-of-way; thence
    32  southward along the western boundary of the County Road 21  right-of-way
    33  to  the northerly side of the parcel identified as District 200, Section
    34  611, Block 3, Lot 16, comprising the northerly bank of the Carmans River

    35  known as Lower Lake; thence westward along the northerly  side  of  that
    36  property  to  the  southwest corner of the parcel identified as District
    37  200, Section 612, Block 4, Lot 1; thence northward  along  the  westerly
    38  boundary  of  that parcel to the southerly side of County Route 21 known
    39  as Main Street; thence westward along the southerly side of County Route
    40  21 known as Main Street to the northeast corner of the parcel identified
    41  as District 200, Section 612, Block 2, Lot 12;  thence  southward  along
    42  the  easterly  boundary  of  that  parcel to the southeast corner of the
    43  parcel identified as District 200, Section 612, Block 2, Lot 11;  thence
    44  westward and northwestward along the northerly and northeasterly bounda-

    45  ries  of  the  Town  of  Brookhaven  parcel  identified as District 200,
    46  Section 611, Block 3, Lot 9 to the south side of Mill Road,  also  known
    47  as  County  Road  101; thence generally westward and southward along the
    48  southerly side of Mill Road and continuing southward along  the  eastern
    49  side  of  Patchogue-Yaphank Road, also known as Country Road 101, to the
    50  southerly side of Gerard Road; thence eastward along the southerly  side
    51  of  Gerard Road to the westerly boundary of the map filed in the Suffolk
    52  County Clerk's Office known as Enchanted Forest; thence southward  along
    53  the  westerly map line of the filed map known as Enchanted Forest to the
    54  north side of the Long Island Expressway NYS Route 495; thence  easterly

    55  along  the northerly side of the Long Island Expressway NYS Route 495 to
    56  the westerly side of County Route 21 known  as  Yaphank  Avenue;  thence

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     1  southward along the westerly side of Yaphank Avenue to the south side of
     2  the  Long Island Expressway; thence eastward along the south side of the
     3  Long Island Expressway to the  westerly  boundary  of  Southaven  County
     4  Park,  thence generally southward along the westerly boundary of Southa-
     5  ven County Park to the northeast corner of the lands of  Suffolk  County
     6  identified as District 200, Section 665, Block 2, Lot 1; thence general-
     7  ly  southward along the easterly boundary of said lot, crossing the LIRR

     8  and Park Street and continuing southward along the westerly boundary  of
     9  Davenport  Avenue  as  shown  on  the  old  filed map known as Bellhaven
    10  Terrace; thence southward and eastward along the westerly and  southerly
    11  boundaries  of the parcel identified as District 200, Section 744, Block
    12  1, Lot 10 to the westerly boundary of the parcel identified as  District
    13  200,  Section  781,  Block 1, Lot 3.1; thence continuing southerly along
    14  the westerly boundary of that parcel to the easterly boundary of  Gerard
    15  Road;  thence  southward  along  the easterly boundary of Gerard Road to
    16  Victory Avenue; thence eastward along the northerly boundary of  Victory
    17  Avenue  to a point where the west bank of the Carmans River passes under

    18  Victory Avenue and Route 27; thence south under Route 27 to the souther-
    19  ly side of Montauk Highway also known as County Road 80; thence westward
    20  along the southerly side of Montauk Highway County  Road  80,  including
    21  lands  owned  by  the  United States known as Wertheim National Wildlife
    22  Refuge (the "Refuge"), to the eastern side of  Old  Stump  Road;  thence
    23  southward  along  the  easterly  side of Old Stump Road to the northerly
    24  side of Beaver Dam Road; thence eastward along  the  northerly  side  of
    25  Beaver  Dam  Road  to  the  lands  owned  by  the United States known as
    26  Wertheim National Wildlife Refuge (the "Refuge"), including the  Carmans
    27  River; thence generally westerly and southerly to the waters of Bellport

    28  Bay;  thence  generally  easterly across the Bay and northerly along the
    29  easterly boundary of the Refuge, including all lands currently  part  of
    30  the  Refuge  and  any  lands  which may become part of the Refuge in the
    31  future to the east side of the southern terminus of Smith  Road;  thence
    32  northward  along  the  easterly  side of Smith Road to the southwesterly
    33  corner of the property identified as District 200, Section 974.50, Block
    34  1, Lot 11; thence eastward, northward and westward in  a  counter-clock-
    35  wise  direction  along  the southern, eastern and northern boundaries of
    36  that property to the easterly side of Smith Road; thence northward along
    37  the easterly side of Smith Road to the northerly side of Montauk Highway

    38  County Road 80; thence northeasterly to the southwesterly corner of  the
    39  property identified as District 200, Section 849, Block 2, Lot 2; thence
    40  eastward  along  the northerly boundary of Montauk Highway to the south-
    41  easterly corner of the property identified as District 200, Section 850,
    42  Block 3, Lot 8; thence northward to the  northeasterly  corner  of  that
    43  parcel, including all lands owned by the United States known as Wertheim
    44  National Wildlife Refuge (the "Refuge") at any time between June 1, 1993
    45  and  the  present,  and any lands which may become part of the Refuge in
    46  the future; thence northwestward across Sunrise Highway (NYS  Route  27)
    47  to  the southwesterly corner of the property identified as District 200,

    48  Section 850, Block 2, Lot 1; thence northward along the westerly bounda-
    49  ry of that parcel across to the northerly boundary  of  Victory  Avenue;
    50  thence  westward  along  the northerly boundary of Victory Avenue to the
    51  westerly boundary of River Road; thence  northward  along  the  westerly
    52  boundary  of  River  Road to the north side of the Long Island Rail Road
    53  right-of-way; thence easterly along  the  northerly  side  of  the  Long
    54  Island  Rail  Road  right-of-way  to  the  north side of Moriches-Middle
    55  Island Road; thence generally northward and westward along the northerly
    56  side of Moriches-Middle Island Road to the northerly side  of  the  Long

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     1  Island  Expressway;  thence eastward along the northerly boundary of the
     2  Long Island Expressway to  the  southeasterly  corner  of  the  Longwood
     3  Greenbelt  property  (the  property  identified as District 200, Section
     4  583,  Block 2, Lot 1.1); thence northward along the easterly boundary of
     5  the Longwood Greenbelt property to its northeast corner; thence eastward
     6  to the southwesterly corner of  the  property  known  as  District  200,
     7  Section  552,  Block  1, Lot 8; thence generally northeastward along the
     8  easterly boundary of the property identified as  District  200,  Section
     9  552, Block 1, Lot 1.7 to the northeasterly corner of that parcel; thence
    10  eastward  along  the  southerly  boundaries of the parcels identified as

    11  District 200, Section 504, Block 1, Lot 8,  and  District  200,  Section
    12  504,  Block  1,  Lot  11,  to the westerly boundary of the William Floyd
    13  Parkway (County Route 46); thence northward along the westerly  side  of
    14  County  Route 46 to a point 2000 (two thousand) feet south of the south-
    15  ern bank of the Peconic River crossing of County Route 46; thence gener-
    16  ally southeastward along a line parallel to,  and  2000  (two  thousand)
    17  feet  generally south or southwest of, and parallel to, the southernmost
    18  bank of the Peconic River to a point where the Peconic River crosses the
    19  unpaved, unnamed, north-south firebreak and patrol road on  the  eastern
    20  half  of  the  Brookhaven National Laboratory property; thence southward

    21  and southwestward along the easterly and southeasterly boundaries of the
    22  unpaved, unnamed, north-south firebreak and patrol road starting on  the
    23  eastern  half  of  the  Brookhaven  National  Laboratory property to the
    24  Brookhaven National Laboratory road known as Brookhaven  Avenue;  thence
    25  due westward along a straight line to the Brookhaven National Laboratory
    26  road  known  as  Princeton  Avenue;  thence westward along the southerly
    27  boundary of Princeton  Avenue  to  the  unnamed  Laboratory  road  which
    28  diverts  southwest  in the vicinity of the Laboratory gate house; thence
    29  southwestward along the southerly side of the  unnamed  Laboratory  road
    30  just  described  to County Route 46; thence southward along the easterly

    31  side of County Route 46 to NYS Route  495;  thence  eastward  along  the
    32  northerly  boundary  of NYS Route 495 to County Route 111; thence south-
    33  eastward along the northerly boundary of County Route 111 to  NYS  Route
    34  27  (Sunrise Highway); thence generally southward across NYS Route 27 to
    35  the westernmost extent along NYS Route 27 of the undeveloped portion (as
    36  of June 1, 1993) of the parcel assemblage  comprised  of  those  parcels
    37  identified  as  District  200,  Section 594, Block 2, Lot 4 and District
    38  900, Section 325, Block 1, Lot 41.2; thence southward along the westerly
    39  boundary of the undeveloped portion (as of June 1, 1993) of that  parcel
    40  assemblage  to County Route 71 (Old Country Road); thence eastward along

    41  the northerly boundary of County Route 71 to the southeastern corner  of
    42  the  Suffolk  County  Nature  Preserve lands which run from NYS Route 27
    43  south to County Route 111 and which adjoin  the  easterly  side  of  the
    44  preceding  assemblage;  thence  northward along the easterly boundary of
    45  that Suffolk County Nature  Preserve  assemblage  (crossing  the  County
    46  Route  111  right  of  way)  to  NYS Route 27; thence eastward along the
    47  southerly boundary of NYS Route 27 to the westerly end of 19th Street as
    48  shown in the old filed map contained within the tax  map  identified  as
    49  District  900, Section 276, Block 2; thence southward along the westerly
    50  boundary of that old filed map (shown in  District  900,  Sections  276,

    51  302, 303, 327, and 328), and coterminous with the westerly side of those
    52  parcels  along  the  westerly  side  of Oishei Road, to County Route 71;
    53  thence eastward along the northerly boundary of County Route 71  to  the
    54  southeasterly  corner  of the parcel identified as District 900, Section
    55  328, Block 2, Lot 19; thence northward along the  easterly  boundary  of
    56  that  old  filed  map  surrounding Oishei Road, and coterminous with the

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     1  easterly side of those parcels along the easterly side of  Oishei  Road,
     2  to  a  point along that line due west of the northwesterly corner of the
     3  parcel containing the Suffolk County facilities identified  as  District

     4  900,  Section  331, Block 1, Lot 1; thence due eastward along a straight
     5  line to the northwesterly corner of that parcel; thence  eastward  along
     6  the  northerly boundary of that parcel to its northeasterly corner shown
     7  in District 900, Section 307; thence due eastward along a straight  line
     8  to  Summit Boulevard; thence southward along the westerly side of Summit
     9  Boulevard to County Route 71; thence eastward along the  northerly  side
    10  of  County  Route 71, excluding all parcels abutting that road which are
    11  developed as of June 1, 1993, to  the  Long  Island  Rail  Road  tracks;
    12  thence  eastward  along  the  northerly boundary of the Long Island Rail
    13  Road tracks to County Route 31 (Old Riverhead  Road);  thence  northward

    14  along  the  westerly  boundary of County Route 31 to that point opposite
    15  the point along the easterly side of  County  Route  31  (north  of  the
    16  Stewart  Avenue  intersection)  at  which the undeveloped portion (as of
    17  June 1, 1993) of the Suffolk County Airport (Gabreski  Airport)  occurs;
    18  thence  generally northward, eastward and southward around the westerly,
    19  northerly and easterly boundaries of the undeveloped portion (as of June
    20  1, 1993) of the airport property (excluding from the  Core  Preservation
    21  Area  those  portions  of the airport property which are occupied by the
    22  runways, their associated maintenance areas, and those areas  identified
    23  for future use in the Suffolk County Airport Master Plan approved by the

    24  County  Legislature)  to  the Long Island Rail Road tracks (including in
    25  the Core Preservation Area those portions of the airport property  which
    26  are adjacent to the Quogue Wildlife Refuge's westerly boundary and which
    27  are in their natural state); thence eastward along the northerly bounda-
    28  ry  of  the  Long Island Rail Road tracks to the southeasterly corner of
    29  the Town of Southampton parcel identified as District  902,  Section  1,
    30  Block  1,  Lot  22.1;  thence generally northward and eastward along the
    31  easterly border of that parcel and the Town of  Southampton  parcels  to
    32  the  immediate  north  identified as District 900, Section 313, Block 1,
    33  Lot 42.1 and District 900, Section 287, Block  1,  Lot  1.55  to  County

    34  Route  104; thence northward along the westerly boundary of County Route
    35  104 to a point 1000 (one thousand)  feet  southward  of  NYS  Route  27;
    36  thence  eastward  along a line parallel to, and 1000 (one thousand) feet
    37  south of, NYS Route 27, to the westerly boundary of the  parcel  identi-
    38  fied  as  District  900,  Section  252, Block 1, Lot 1; thence southward
    39  along the westerly boundary of that parcel to the Long Island Rail  Road
    40  tracks;  thence eastward along the northerly boundary of the Long Island
    41  Rail Road tracks to Montauk Highway; thence eastward along the northerly
    42  boundary of Montauk Highway to that point where the boundary  of  Sears-
    43  Bellows  County Park heads northward along the eastern side of the Munns

    44  Pond portion; thence northward along the easterly boundary of Sears-Bel-
    45  lows County Park, to NYS Route 27; thence eastward along  the  northerly
    46  boundary  of  NYS  Route  27  to  NYS Route 24 (Riverhead - Hampton Bays
    47  Road); thence generally northwestward and westward along  the  southwes-
    48  terly boundary of NYS Route 24 to the easternmost extent along NYS Route
    49  24  of  the  Suffolk County Parkland known as Flanders or Hubbard County
    50  Park; thence generally northward,  westward,  and  southward  along  the
    51  easterly,  northerly,  and  westerly  boundaries  of Flanders or Hubbard
    52  County Park, including all adjacent or contiguous  undeveloped  Town  of
    53  Southampton  parks,  preserves,  open space areas, or reserved areas, to

    54  NYS Route 24; thence westward along the southerly boundary of NYS  Route
    55  24  to  Pleasure  Drive; thence southward along the easterly boundary of
    56  Pleasure Drive a distance of 2000 (two  thousand)  feet,  excluding  all

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     1  parcels  abutting  that  road  which  are  developed as of June 1, 1993;
     2  thence generally westward along a  straight  line  to  the  southernmost
     3  extent  of  the NYS David Sarnoff Preserve along the westerly boundaries
     4  of  the parcels on the westerly side of Brookhaven Avenue; thence gener-
     5  ally northward and westward along the easterly and northerly boundary of
     6  the NYS David Sarnoff Pine Barrens Preserve, crossing County Routes  105

     7  and  104, to County Route 63 (Riverhead-Moriches Road); thence generally
     8  westward and northward along the northerly boundary of the Suffolk Coun-
     9  ty Cranberry Bog County Nature  Preserve  to  County  Route  51;  thence
    10  southwesterly along the westerly side of County Route 51 to the boundary
    11  of  the Cranberry Bog County Nature Preserve; thence westward and north-
    12  ward along the northeasterly boundary of  Cranberry  Bog  County  Nature
    13  Preserve  to  County  Route  94  (also  known as NYS Route 24, or Nugent
    14  Drive); thence eastward along the northerly side of County Route  94  to
    15  the County Route 94A bridge; thence northward along the westerly side of
    16  the  County Route 94A bridge to the Riverhead-Southampton border; thence

    17  westward along the Riverhead-Southampton border, and the  Riverhead-Bro-
    18  okhaven  Border,  to  the  Forge Road Bridge; thence northward along the
    19  westerly boundary of  the  Forge  Road  Bridge  to  Forge  Road;  thence
    20  northwestward  along  the  westerly  boundary  of Forge Road to the Long
    21  Island Rail Road tracks; thence northward along the westerly boundary of
    22  Forge Road (unpaved) to the intersection of NYS Route 25 and River Road;
    23  thence westward along the southerly boundary of River  Road  to  Edwards
    24  Avenue;  thence  westward  along  the  southerly  boundary of River Road
    25  (Grumman Boulevard or Swan Pond Road) to the southeast  corner  of  that
    26  parcel  containing Conoe (or Canoe) Lake and identified as District 600,

    27  Section 137, Block 1, Lot 1; thence northward, westward,  and  southward
    28  along  the  borders  of  that parcel containing Conoe (or Canoe) Lake to
    29  River Road (Grumman Boulevard);  thence  westward  along  the  northerly
    30  boundary  of  Grumman  Boulevard  to  the southeasternmost corner of the
    31  undeveloped  portion  (as  of  June  1,  1993)  of  the  United   States
    32  Navy/Grumman  Corporation  property located on the north side of Grumman
    33  Boulevard and adjacent to the Grumman entrance known as the South  Gate;
    34  thence  due north along the easternmost edge of that undeveloped portion
    35  (as of June 1, 1993) of the United States Navy/Grumman Corporation prop-
    36  erty to NYS Route 25; thence along a straight line to the northerly side

    37  of NYS Route 25 to a point occupied by the  southeasternmost  corner  of
    38  the  parcel  assemblage  comprised of District 600, Section 75, Block 3,
    39  Lot 10.1, and District 600, Section 96, Block 1, Lot 14,  and  otherwise
    40  known as Camp Wauwepex; thence northward, westward, and generally south-
    41  ward along the easterly, northerly, and generally westerly boundaries of
    42  the  Camp Wauwepex assemblage to NYS Route 25; thence westward along the
    43  northerly side of NYS Route 25 to Montauk  Trail;  thence  northeastward
    44  along  the northwesterly side of Montauk Trail to Panamoka Trail; thence
    45  northward along the westerly  side  of  Panamoka  Trail,  excluding  all
    46  parcels  abutting  that  road which are developed as of June 1, 1993, to

    47  Matinecock Trail; thence westward along the southerly side of Matinecock
    48  Trail to the easterly boundary of Brookhaven State Park; thence general-
    49  ly northward along the  easterly  boundary  of  Brookhaven  State  Park,
    50  including  all  adjacent  or  contiguous  undeveloped Town of Brookhaven
    51  parks, preserves, open space areas, or reserved  areas,  to  its  inter-
    52  section  with NYS Route 25A; thence westward along the southerly side of
    53  NYS Route 25A to the  northeast  corner  of  the  Shoreham-Wading  River
    54  school  district  property;  thence  southward,  westward, and northward
    55  along the easterly, southerly, and westerly boundaries of the  Shoreham-
    56  Wading  River school district property to NYS Route 25A; thence westward


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     1  along the southerly side of NYS Route 25A to  County  Route  46;  thence
     2  southward along the easterly side of County Route 46 to its intersection
     3  with  the  Suffolk  County  Pine  Trail Nature Preserve; thence westward
     4  along  the  northerly  boundary  of the Suffolk County Pine Trail Nature
     5  Preserve where the Preserve is adjacent to developed parcels or  parcels
     6  in  agricultural  or horticultural use, or along a line parallel to, and
     7  100 (one hundred) feet north of, the  Preserve  where  the  Preserve  is
     8  adjacent  to  parcels  which  are undeveloped as of June 1, 1993, to the
     9  southeastern corner of the parcel west of Woodlots Road  and  identified
    10  as  District  200,  Section 291, Block 1, Lot 14.1; thence northward and

    11  westward along the easterly and northerly boundaries of that  parcel  to
    12  Whiskey  Road;  thence westward along the southerly side of Whiskey Road
    13  to Wading River Hollow Road; thence northward along the westerly side of
    14  Wading River Hollow Road to the boundary of the NYS  Rocky  Point  Land;
    15  thence  generally northward along the easterly boundary of the NYS Rocky
    16  Point Land, including all adjacent or  contiguous  undeveloped  Town  of
    17  Brookhaven parks, preserves, open space areas, or reserved areas, to NYS
    18  Route  25A;  thence  westward along the southerly side of NYS Route 25A,
    19  excluding those parcels abutting that road which  are  developed  as  of
    20  June 1, 1993, and those lands identified for the reroute of Route 25A by

    21  the  NYS Department of Transportation, to the northeastern corner of the
    22  parcel identified as District 200, Section 102, Block 3, Lot 1.4; thence
    23  southward along the westerly boundary of that parcel to the parcel iden-
    24  tified as District 200, Section 102, Block 3, Lot 1.6; thence  generally
    25  westward  and southward along the westerly boundaries of that parcel and
    26  the adjoining southerly parcel identified as District 200, Section  102,
    27  Block  3,  Lot  1.5  to the boundary of the NYS Rocky Point Land; thence
    28  westward along the northerly boundary of the NYS  Rocky  Point  Land  to
    29  County  Route 21; thence generally westward along a straight line across
    30  County Route 21 to the northernmost extent along County Route 21 of  the

    31  NYS  Rocky  Point  Land;  thence  generally westward along the generally
    32  northerly boundary of the NYS Rocky Point Land to the point or place  of
    33  beginning,  and excluding the area defined as beginning at a point where
    34  the southerly boundary of NYS Route 25 meets the easterly  side  of  the
    35  Suffolk  County  Pine  Trail Nature Preserve; thence southeastward along
    36  the easterly side of the Suffolk County Pine Trail Nature Preserve where
    37  the Preserve is adjacent to developed parcels, or along a line  parallel
    38  to,  and 100 (one hundred) feet east of, the Preserve where the Preserve
    39  is adjacent to parcels which are undeveloped as of June 1, 1993, to  the
    40  Long  Island  Lighting  Company  high voltage transmission lines; thence

    41  northward along the westerly side of the Long  Island  Lighting  Company
    42  high  voltage  transmission lines to NYS Route 25; thence westward along
    43  the southerly side of NYS Route 25 to the point or place of beginning;
    44  and excluding two distinct areas described as follows:  Area One is  the
    45  area defined as beginning at a point where the southerly boundary of NYS
    46  Route 25 meets the easterly side of the Suffolk County Pine Trail Nature
    47  Preserve;  thence  southeastward  along the easterly side of the Suffolk
    48  County Pine Trail Nature Preserve where  the  Preserve  is  adjacent  to
    49  developed  parcels,  or  along a line parallel to, and 100 (one hundred)
    50  feet east of, the Preserve where the Preserve  is  adjacent  to  parcels

    51  which  are  undeveloped  as of June 1, 1993, to the Long Island Lighting
    52  Company high voltage transmission  lines;  thence  northward  along  the
    53  westerly  side  of  the Long Island Lighting Company high voltage trans-
    54  mission lines to NYS Route 25; thence westward along the southerly  side
    55  of NYS Route 25 to the point or place of beginning; Area Two is the area
    56  defined as beginning at the northwest corner of the parcel identified as

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     1  District  200,  Section 552, Block 1, Lot 3; thence eastward, southwest-
     2  ward and generally northward  along  the  northerly,  southeasterly  and
     3  westerly  boundaries  of  that  parcel,  containing the sewage treatment

     4  facility known as the Dorade facility, to the point of beginning.
     5    §  3.  Chapter  538  of  the  laws  of 2011 amending the environmental
     6  conservation law relating to the addition of certain  lands  within  the
     7  Carmans  River  Watershed  to  the core preservation area of the Central
     8  Pine Barrens is REPEALED.
     9    § 4. Severability. The provisions of this act shall be  severable  and
    10  if  any  portion  thereof  or the applicability thereof to any person or
    11  circumstances shall be held invalid, the remainder of this act  and  the
    12  application thereof shall not be affected thereby.
    13    §  5. This act shall take effect on the first of January next succeed-
    14  ing the date on which it shall have become a law provided  that  if  the
    15  provisions  of this act establishing a new description and boundaries of

    16  the Central Pine Barrens Area or the core preservation area  removes  or
    17  excludes  any  of the lands of the Central Pine Barrens Area or the core
    18  preservation area as such lands are described and bounded in chapter 286
    19  of the laws of 1998, and/or protections established and/or  provided  by
    20  such  act,  this act shall be deemed repealed and of no force and effect
    21  and chapter 286 of the laws of 1998  shall  remain  in  full  force  and
    22  effect. The state legislature shall notify the legislative bill drafting
    23  commission  of  any such decrease and resulting repeal in order that the
    24  commission may maintain an accurate and timely effective  data  base  of
    25  the official text of the laws of the state of New York in furtherance of
    26  effectuating  the  provisions  of  section 44 of the legislative law and
    27  section 70-b of the public officers law.
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