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SECTION 73-0103
Environmental Conservation (ENV) CHAPTER 43-B, ARTICLE 73
* § 73-0103. Definitions.

When used in this article:

1. "Adaptive measures" means any adjustment, whether passive, reactive
or anticipatory, that may be taken to ameliorate the anticipated adverse
consequences associated with flood events.

2. "Flood control study sector" means a particular aspect of the
natural or built environment, economy, or society that could potentially
be adversely impacted by flood events. Such term includes, but is not
limited to, stream and river banks, locks and dams, wetlands and
waterfront areas, water resources, transportation infrastructure, water
supply and wastewater infrastructure, human health, recreation, tourism,
power generation and business, residential, farm and municipal sectors.

3. "Flood event" means an overflow or inundation that comes from a
river or other body of water, whether caused by rainfall, waterway
operation, dam break, water runoff or other means, and causes or
threatens damage.

4. "Canal system" shall mean the canal waterways, lands and
infrastructure as set out in section two of the canal law.

* NB Repealed 120 days after the New York State canal flood mitigation
task force has submitted its completed report (see ch. 456/2007 §2)