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§ 820.73. Designation and classification

Purdon's Pennsylvania Statutes and Consolidated StatutesTitle 32 P.S. Forests, Waters and State Parks

Purdon's Pennsylvania Statutes and Consolidated Statutes
Title 32 P.S. Forests, Waters and State Parks
Part II. Waters (Refs & Annos)
Chapter 43. Lick Run Wild and Scenic River Act (Refs & Annos)
32 P.S. § 820.73
§ 820.73. Designation and classification
(a) The 15 mile mainstem of Lick Run, including five tributary streams and related adjacent land areas, from the headwaters in Clinton County to the Pennsylvania Game Commission gate at Farrandsville, Clinton County, is designated as a wild component of the Pennsylvania Scenic Rivers System under the “Pennsylvania Scenic Rivers Act.”1 The boundaries of the component corridor have been defined by the Department of Environmental Resources and are shown on the map entitled, “Lick Run Study,” which is on file and available for public inspection in the Bureau of Land Records, Department of Community Affairs of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
(b) Segments of the component are classified as follows:
(1) Lick Run--headwaters to Game Commission gate at Farrandsville--15 miles--wild.
(2) West Branch Lick Run--headwaters to Lick Run--1.9 miles--wild.
(3) Robbins Run--headwaters to Lick Run--2.5 miles--scenic.
(4) Campbell Run--Game Commission boundary to Lick Run--0.5 mile--wild.
(5) Staver Run--Hazard Road Crossing to Lick Run--1.45 miles--wild.
(6) Craig Fork--Hazard Road Crossing to Lick Run--1.6 miles--wild.


1982, Dec. 17, P.L. 1402, No. 324, § 3, imd. effective.


32 P.S. § 820.21 et seq.
32 P.S. § 820.73, PA ST 32 P.S. § 820.73
Current through Act 13 of the 2024 Regular Session. Some statute sections may be more current, see credits for details.
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