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§ 820.143. 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 48. Yellow Breeches Creek Scenic River Act
32 P.S. § 820.143
§ 820.143. Designation and classification
(a) Designation.--The main stem of the Yellow Breeches Creek in Cumberland County and York County and Hairy Springs Hollow in Cumberland County and related adjacent land area are designated a component of the Pennsylvania Scenic Rivers System under the act of December 5, 1972 (P.L. 1277, No. 283), known as the Pennsylvania Scenic Rivers Act.1 The boundaries and termini of the component have been defined by the Department of Environmental Resources and are shown on the map entitled “Yellow Breeches Creek Study” which is on file and available for public inspection in the Division of Land Records, Historical and Museum Commission of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, provided, however, that the width of the corridor in the segment designated as recreational from the S.R. 2004 Bridge to the S.R. 2017 Bridge shall be from the top of the steep bank on the south to the Federal Emergency Management Agency floodway boundary on the north.
(b) Classification.--Segments of the component are classified as follows:
(1) Hairy Springs Hollow headwaters to the backwaters of Big Pond - 5.1 miles, scenic.
(2) Yellow Breeches main stem from the backwaters of Big Pond on Hairy Springs Hollow to S.R. 2004 Bridge (Bowmansdale) - 32 miles, pastoral.
(3) Yellow Breeches main stem from S.R. 2004 Bridge (Bowmansdale) to confluence with the Susquehanna River - 18.8 miles, recreational.


1992, Dec. 4, P.L. 763, No. 116, § 3, imd. effective.


32 P.S. § 820.21 et seq.
32 P.S. § 820.143, PA ST 32 P.S. § 820.143
Current through 2023 Regular Session Act 7. Some statute sections may be more current, see credits for details.
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