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Section 341 Designation of state highways

Highway (HAY)

The state highway system shall consist of the highways designated and set forth in this section together with the highways, streets or roads, or portions thereof, designated or authorized to be a part of the state highway system pursuant to other sections of this chapter or by special legislative acts heretofore or hereafter enacted. The state highway system may be modified by abandonments, realignments and additions as provided by law. Only highways on the designated state highway system shall be constructed or improved as state highways. Such highways shall be so constructed or improved at the sole expense of the state, subject to the provisions relating to federal aid and to additional improvements requested by local authorities. All of the highways referred to in this section by number are the highways so numbered on the records of the department of Transportation. The following are hereby designated and set forth as state highways:

  1. Albany county. 1. Beginning at the Greene-Albany county line, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Ravena and the hamlets of Coeymans, Selkirk and Becker's Corners to the southern city line of Albany; beginning at the western city line of Albany, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlets of Westmere, Guilderland, Hartman Corners and McCormack Corners to the Albany-Schenectady county line; beginning at the Schoharie-Albany county line, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of West Berne, Berne and East Berne, through Thacher park, through or near the hamlets of New Salem, New Scotland and Slingerlands to the southern city line of Albany; beginning at the northern Albany city line, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Loudonville, Newtonville and Latham to the Albany-Saratoga county line; beginning at the Schenectady-Albany county line, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Verdoy and Latham to the western city line of Watervliet; the portion of the bridge between the cities of Watervliet and Troy which lies within the county of Albany; beginning at the Schoharie-Albany county line, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of West Township to state highway one thousand two hundred seventy-nine in or near the village of Altamont; beginning at the intersection of state highways five thousand six hundred thirty-six and eight thousand eighty-four, west of the hamlet of Guilderland, thence running generally northwesterly to the intersection of state highways one thousand two hundred seventy-nine and eight thousand eighty-four, in or near the hamlet of Dunnsville; beginning at a point on state highway eight hundred forty-nine, in or near the village of Altamont, thence running generally southeasterly to or near the village of Voorheesville, thence running generally northerly to a point on state highway five thousand one hundred fifty-five near the city of Albany; beginning near the intersection of state highways one hundred nineteen and five thousand five hundred fifty-five, thence running generally northeasterly to a point on state highway seven hundred ninety in or near the city of Cohoes; beginning at a point on state highway twenty-two in or near the hamlet of Loudonville, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Menands to the Albany-Rensselaer county line; beginning at a point on the northern city line of Albany, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Menands to the southern city line of Watervliet; beginning at a point on the northern city line of Albany, thence running generally northerly, on new location east of the Delaware and Hudson railroad and the Menands regional market, to a point, to be determined by the commissioner, on the southern city line of Watervliet east of Broadway, including a traffic interchange with state highway nine thousand one hundred twelve, and extending from the traffic interchange with state highway nine thousand one hundred twelve southwesterly to a point on the Menands road, state highway one thousand eight hundred seventy-nine, west of the Delaware and Hudson railroad, to be determined by the commissioner, including the separation of grades with the Delaware and Hudson railroad in the village of Menands in accordance with the provisions of the railroad law; beginning at a point to be determined by the commissioner on the northern city line of Watervliet, east of Cohoes road, thence running generally northerly to a point on the southern city line of Cohoes in the vicinity of Dyke avenue, including a traffic interchange with Dyke avenue; beginning at a point near the junction of state highways one hundred seventy-six and three hundred eighty-five, thence running generally northeasterly on or near Wolf road to a point on state highway eight hundred seventy-nine, as determined by the commissioner; beginning at a point on the northern city line of Albany, east of Watervliet avenue, thence running generally northwesterly and northerly to a connection with interstate route 502 in the vicinity of Troy-Shaker road, including a traffic interchange with the Washington avenue-northside route arterial in the city of Albany; beginning at a point on the northern city line of Albany, north of the interchange of the Washington avenue-northside route arterial and the crosstown route arterial, thence running generally northerly to an interchange with interstate route 502 in the vicinity of the Albany-Shaker road, as determined by the commissioner, thence continuing generally northwesterly to the Albany-Schenectady county line, as determined by the commissioner, including necessary connections to Karner road and the Albany airport road; beginning at a point on interstate route connection 540 in the vicinity of the village of Green Island, thence running generally westerly to a connection with interstate route 502 as determined by the commissioner, thence continuing generally westerly to an interchange with interstate route connection 550 in the vicinity of the Albany-Schenectady county line; beginning at a point on the western city line of Albany, east of the Slingerlands bypass, thence running generally northwesterly, to a point on the Albany city line east of Krumkill road; beginning at a point on the western city line of Albany, west of Krumkill road, thence running generally northwesterly, to a point on the west Albany city line west of Fuller road; Slingerlands bypass, beginning at a point at the intersection of state highway ninety-two and state highway five thousand two hundred thirty-seven in the Town of Bethlehem, thence running generally northeasterly, including necessary connections to existing facilities, to a point on the southern city line of Albany near Krumkill road; beginning at a point on state highway one hundred ninety-three as determined by the commissioner, thence crossing state highway eight thousand three hundred forty-nine or state highway five thousand six hundred forty-three, in or near the hamlet of Becker's Corners, as determined by the commissioner, thence running generally northwesterly on new location crossing state highways three hundred sixty-seven and one hundred seventy-eight to a point on the Slingerlands bypass near the hamlet of New Scotland, with necessary connections to existing state highways; beginning at a point on the Becker's Corners-Slingerlands bypass highway near state highway three hundred sixty-seven, thence running generally northeasterly to a point on state highway five thousand four hundred ninety-nine, to be determined by the commissioner, with necessary connections to existing state highways; beginning at the Greene-Albany county line, thence running generally northerly to or near the hamlet of Coeymans; beginning at the Greene-Albany county line near the hamlet of Medusa, thence running generally northerly to or near the hamlet of Rensselaerville; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Preston Hollow, thence running generally northwesterly to the Albany-Schoharie county line; beginning at the Greene-Albany county line, south of the hamlet of Cooksburg, thence running generally northerly to or near the hamlet of Cooksburg, thence running generally southeasterly to the Albany-Greene county line; beginning at the Greene-Albany county line, thence running generally northeasterly to or near the hamlet of Potter Hollow; beginning at a point on state highway one thousand four hundred sixty-eight in or near the hamlet of Coeymans, thence running generally northeasterly to a point on state highway five hundred eight in or near the hamlet of Coeymans; beginning at a point on Washington avenue, in the city of Albany, at its intersection with Brevator street in said city, thence running generally northwesterly in the city and county of Albany to a point on Karner road to be determined by the commissioner. The total cost of constructing that portion of said Washington avenue extension within the city of Albany may be borne by the state and paid for from any state or federal moneys available for the construction or reconstruction of state highways; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Potter Hollow, thence running generally southeasterly to or near the hamlet of Cooksburg, thence running generally northerly to or near the hamlet of Preston Hollow; beginning at a point on state highway one hundred ninety-nine, in or near the hamlet of Rensselaerville, thence running generally northeasterly along the Delaware turnpike, through or near the hamlets of Clarksville, Unionville and Delmar, to the southern city line of Albany; beginning at the Greene-Albany county line south of the hamlet of South Westerlo, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of Dormansville and Feura Bush to or near state highway one hundred ninety-three in or near the hamlet of Glenmont; beginning at a point in or near the village of Ravena, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlets of Aquetuck and Coeymans Hollow to an intersection with state highway nine hundred seventy-nine; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Dormansville at an intersection with state highway one thousand four hundred four, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlet of Westerlo to an intersection with state highway one hundred ninety-nine; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Selkirk, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Glenmont to the southern city line of Albany; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Callanans Corners, thence running generally easterly to or near the hamlet of Becker's Corners; beginning at a point on state highway three hundred sixty-seven west of the hamlet of Bethlehem Center, thence running generally northerly to a point on state highway forty-one in or near the hamlet of Elsmere; beginning at a point on state highway forty-one in or near the hamlet of Delmar, thence running generally northwesterly to a point on state highway five thousand ten in or near the hamlet of Slingerlands; beginning at a point on state highway five thousand ten east of the hamlet of New Scotland, thence running generally northwesterly to a point on state highway nine hundred forty-eight east of the village of Voorheesville; beginning at a point on state highway three hundred sixty-six in or near the hamlet of New Salem, thence running generally northeasterly to or near the village of Voorheesville; beginning at a point on state highway one hundred ninety-eight in or near the hamlet of Mallorys Corners, thence running generally northwesterly to a point in or near the hamlet of East Berne; beginning at a point on state highway five thousand five hundred one north of the hamlet of East Berne, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Altamont and the hamlet of Dunnsville to the Albany-Schenectady county line; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Berne, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Knox to an intersection with state highway nine hundred seventy-eight; beginning at a point on state highway five thousand five hundred one east of the hamlet of East Berne, thence running generally northerly to a point on state highway nine hundred seventy-eight west of the village of Altamont; beginning at a point in or near the village of Altamont, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Guilderland Center to an intersection with state highway five thousand one hundred fifty-five; beginning at a point on state highway one hundred seventy-seven east of the village of Altamont, thence running generally northerly to the Albany-Schenectady county line; beginning on the northern city line of Albany, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the village of Colonie to the Albany-Schenectady county line; beginning on the western city line of Watervliet, thence running generally northwesterly to the vicinity of the Adirondack northway; beginning at a point on state highway nine thousand two hundred eighty near the western city line of Cohoes, thence running generally northerly and northwesterly to a point on state highway five thousand five hundred fifty-five west of the city of Cohoes; beginning at a point on state highway one hundred ninety-eight east of the hamlet of Mallorys Corners, thence running generally northerly to an intersection with state highway eight thousand two hundred forty-four; beginning at an intersection with state highway nine thousand one hundred one south of the city of Albany, thence running generally easterly to an intersection with state highway one thousand one hundred ninety-eight; beginning at a point on the northern city line of Albany, thence running generally northerly near the western boundary of the village of Menands to a point on state highway one thousand eight hundred seventy-nine; beginning on the northern Watervliet city line, thence running generally northerly to the southern city line of Cohoes; beginning at a point in or near the village of Ravena, thence running generally northerly to or near the hamlet of Becker's Corners; beginning at the northern city line of Albany, on or near North Pearl street, thence running generally northeasterly to a point on state highway nine hundred seventy-seven in or near the village of Menands.

  2. Upon the completion and acceptance of the construction of the highways described as "beginning at a point on the northern city line of Albany, north of the interchange of the Washington avenue-northside route arterial and the crosstown route arterial, thence running generally northerly to an interchange with interstate route 502 in the vicinity of the Albany-Shaker road, as determined by the commissioner, thence continuing generally northwesterly to the Albany-Schenectady county line, as determined by the commissioner, including necessary connections to Karner road and the Albany airport road", the commissioner of transportation is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order of abandonment to the county of Albany of all of state highways one thousand five hundred sixty-two and one thousand five hundred sixty-two-a, and upon the filing of certified copies of such official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the county legislative body, the county superintendent of highways of Albany county, and the state comptroller, respectively, the state shall cease to maintain said highways one thousand five hundred sixty-two and one thousand five hundred sixty-two-a, and all the rights and obligations of the state therein shall be turned over and surrendered to the county of Albany, and said highways shall thereafter be maintained by the county of Albany as part of the county road system.

  3. Upon the completion of the highway described above as "beginning at a point on the northern city line of Albany, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Menands to the southern city line of Watervliet", the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order of abandonment of that portion of state highway nine hundred seventy-seven from a point north of state highway nine thousand one hundred twelve, southerly to the northern city line of Albany and all of state highway nine thousand three hundred twenty-nine, and upon the filing of certified copies of such official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the county legislative body, the county superintendent of highways of Albany county, and the state comptroller, the state shall cease to maintain said portion of state highway nine hundred seventy-seven from a point north of state highway nine thousand one hundred twelve, southerly to the northern city line of Albany and all of state highway nine thousand three hundred twenty-nine, and all rights and obligations of the state therein shall revert to and become the responsibility of the county of Albany.

  4. Upon the completion and acceptance of the construction of the highway described above as "beginning at a point on state highway one hundred ninety-three as determined by the commissioner, thence crossing state highway eight thousand three hundred forty-nine or state highway five thousand six hundred forty-three, in or near the hamlet of Becker's Corners, as determined by the commissioner, thence running generally northwesterly on new location crossing state highways three hundred sixty-seven and one hundred seventy-eight to a point on the Slingerlands bypass near the hamlet of New Scotland, with necessary connections to existing state highways", the commissioner shall abandon by official order to the town of Bethlehem all of state highway ninety-two, and upon the filing of certified copies of such official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the county legislative body, the county superintendent of highways, the supervisor of the town of Bethlehem, all of Albany county, and the state comptroller, the aforesaid state highway, together with all rights and obligations of the state therein shall be turned over and surrendered to the aformentioned town, to be thereupon and thereafter maintained as part of the town highway system of said town.

  5. Upon the assumption of jurisdiction by the state of New York of the highway described as "beginning at a point near the junction of state highways one hundred seventy-six and three hundred eighty-five, thence running generally northeasterly on or near Wolf road to a point on state highway eight hundred seventy-nine, as determined by the commissioner", the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order of immediate abandonment to the county of Albany of all of state highway eight hundred seventy-nine westerly of its intersection with Albany county road one hundred fifty-one at approximately station two hundred seventeen, and upon the filing of certified copies of such official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the county legislative body, the county superintendent of highways, all of Albany county, and the state comptroller, the state shall cease to maintain the aforesaid portion of highway specified for abandonment as above set forth, and all the rights and obligations of the state therein shall be assumed by and become the responsibility of the county of Albany, and thereafter the said portion of highway shall be maintained by the county of Albany as part of the county road system.

  2. Allegany county. 1. Beginning at the Cattaraugus-Allegany county line east of the village of Portville, thence running generally easterly through the hamlets of Ceres and Little Genesee to a point in the village of Bolivar; beginning at a point in the village of Bolivar, thence running generally easterly through the hamlet of Allentown to a point in the village of Wellsville; beginning at a point in the village of Wellsville, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Elm Valley, and the village of Andover to the Allegany-Steuben county line, east of the village of Andover; beginning at the Pennsylvania state line north of the village of Genesee, Pennsylvania, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Shongo and Stannards Corners to a point in the village of Wellsville; beginning at a point in the village of Wellsville, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Belmont, the hamlets of Belfast and Caneadea, the village of Fillmore and the hamlet of Hume, to the Wyoming-Allegany county line, south of the village of Pike; beginning at the Cattaraugus-Allegany county line west of the village of Cuba, thence running generally easterly through or near the villages of Cuba and Friendship to a state highway in the hamlet of Belvidere; beginning at a state highway in the vicinity of the hamlet of Transit Bridge and thence running generally northeasterly through the village of Angelica, and the hamlet of Birdsall to the hamlet of Garwoods, thence running generally northwesterly through the hamlet of Swain to the Livingston-Allegany county line; beginning at the Cattaraugus-Allegany county line north of the village of Portville, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Obi and West Clarksville to a state highway in the village of Cuba; beginning at a point in the village of Cuba on state highway five thousand twenty-three and thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of Black Creek and Rockville to a junction with a state highway south of the hamlet of Belfast; beginning in the village of Andover at a junction with a state highway, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Alfred Station and the village of Almond, to the Allegany-Steuben county line in the village of Almond; beginning at a state highway in the village of Belmont, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Phillips Creek and the village of Alfred to a state highway at the hamlet of Alfred Station; beginning at the Cattaraugus-Allegany county line near the hamlet of Fairview, thence running generally southeasterly to a point in or near the hamlet of Rushford, thence easterly to a state highway in the hamlet of Caneadea; beginning at a state highway in the village of Fillmore, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Rossburg to the Wyoming-Allegany county line, south of the hamlet of Portageville; beginning at a state highway in the hamlet of Garwoods, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Canaseraga to the hamlet of Heiman's Corners, thence generally southeasterly to the Allegany-Steuben county line, northwest of the village of Arkport; beginning at a state highway in the hamlet of Heiman's Corners, thence running generally easterly to the Allegany-Steuben county line west of the hamlet of Healy's Corners; beginning at a state highway in the hamlet of Stannards Corners, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Hallsport and Whitesville, to the Allegany-Steuben county line, east of the hamlet of Whitesville; beginning at the Pennsylvania-New York state line north of the hamlet of Genesee, Pennsylvania, thence running generally northeasterly to a state highway in the hamlet of Whitesville; beginning at a state highway in the village of Bolivar, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Richburg and the hamlet of Nile, to a state highway in the village of Friendship; beginning at a state highway west of the village of Angelica thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Aristotle to a point in the hamlet of State Road, thence generally northerly to the Livingston-Allegany county line, south of the hamlet of Dalton; beginning at a state highway in the vicinity of the northern village line of Alfred, thence running southerly to a point in the village of Alfred; beginning at a state highway north of the hamlet of State Road, thence running generally easterly to state highway eight thousand sixty-one in or near the hamlet of Garwoods; beginning at a state highway at or near the hamlet of West Clarksville, thence running generally southeasterly to a state highway in the village of Richburg; beginning at state highway eight thousand eighty-three in or near the hamlet of Bennetts, thence running generally easterly to a state highway in or near the village of Almond; beginning at a state highway in the vicinity of the hamlet of Belvidere, thence running generally northeasterly to a state highway in the vicinity of the hamlet of West Almond, said highway to be built with control of access.

  2. Upon the completion and acceptance of the highway described as "beginning at a state highway in the vicinity of the hamlet of Belvidere, thence running generally northeasterly to a state highway in the vicinity of the hamlet of West Almond," the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order of abandonment to the county of Allegany of that portion of state highway eight thousand eighty-three northeasterly from approximately station thirty-two plus or minus; all of state highways eight thousand sixty, eight thousand sixty-one and one thousand three hundred sixty-six between its western end and approximately station seven hundred eighty-five plus thirty-six thereon; and upon the filing of a certified copy of said order with the county clerk, county treasurer, the clerk of the board of supervisors and the county superintendent of highways of Allegany county, and the state comptroller, the said portions of state highways eight thousand eighty-three and one thousand three hundred sixty-six and said state highways eight thousand sixty and eight thousand sixty-one shall be turned over and surrendered to the county of Allegany and they shall thereafter be maintained by the said county as a part of its county road system.

  3. Broome county. 1. Beginning at a point on the Pennsylvania-New York state line, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Vestal Center, thence running generally northerly to an interchange with state highway one thousand six hundred thirteen, crossing the Susquehanna river on the Thomas J. Watson, Sr. Memorial bridge to a point in or near the village of Endicott; beginning at the junction of state highway one thousand two hundred thirty-eight and state highway nine thousand two hundred sixty-two in or near the village of Endicott, thence running generally northerly to a point in or near the hamlet of Union Center, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Maine and Glen Aubrey to a point in or near the village of Whitney Point, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Whitney Point to a point on or near state highway eight thousand two hundred nine, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Upper Lisle to the Cortland-Broome county line; beginning at the junction of state highways one hundred twenty-six and two hundred sixty-seven in or near the hamlet of Hinmans Corners thence running generally northerly to a junction with state highway two hundred sixty-eight, thence continuing generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Kattelville to a point in or near the hamlet of Chenango Forks, thence generally northerly to the Broome-Chenango county line; beginning at an interchange with state highway one thousand six hundred thirteen near the campus of the State University of New York, thence running generally northerly over the C. Fred Johnson Memorial bridge across the Susquehanna river to a point in or near the village of Johnson City, including a spur leading thence southeasterly on Riverside drive to the west city line of Binghamton, thence generally northerly to a junction with state highway one thousand one hundred sixty-one; beginning at the Broome-Tioga county line, north of the Susquehanna river, thence running generally easterly to a point in or near the village of Endicott, thence continuing through the village of Endicott to the junction of state highway five thousand four hundred twelve, thence generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Endwell to the junction of state highway nine thousand two hundred thirty-one, thence continuing generally easterly through or near the village of Johnson City to the west city line of Binghamton; beginning at the northern city line of Binghamton, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Port Dickinson to an interchange with state highway fifty-five dash four; beginning at the junction of state highway five thousand two hundred near the hamlet of Ninevah, thence running generally northerly to the Broome-Chenango county line; beginning at the western city line of Binghamton, thence running generally westerly through or near the village of Johnson City along Floral avenue to the Floral avenue-Riverside drive interchange, thence northwesterly on new location to a point on or near state highway five thousand six hundred ninety-nine; beginning at the Broome-Tioga county line at or near the connection with the Southern Tier expressway, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Vestal, crossing the Susquehanna river, through or near the hamlet of Endwell, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Johnson City, into the city of Binghamton in the vicinity of Prospect street, crossing the Chenango river to an interchange with interstate route 505 in or near the city of Binghamton, said highway to be built with control of access; beginning at the Pennsylvania-New York state line, west of the Susquehanna river, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Windsor, thence continuing generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Ouaquaga, Center Village and Harpursville to the junction of state highway five thousand two hundred forty-three with its spur; beginning at the junction of state highway eight thousand four hundred twenty-seven and state highway five thousand two hundred forty-three, thence running generally northerly and northwesterly through or near the hamlet of North Colesville to the Chenango-Broome county line; beginning at the Broome-Chenango county line, thence running generally westerly to the junction of state highway nine hundred sixty-three in or near the hamlet of North Fenton, thence continuing generally westerly crossing the Chenango river to a point in or near the hamlet of Chenango Forks; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Chenango Forks, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlet of Itaska to a point in or near the village of Whitney Point; beginning at the junction of state highway one thousand four hundred eighty-six and state highway one thousand six hundred eight, thence running generally westerly through or near the village of Lisle and the hamlet of Center Lisle, to the Broome-Tioga county line; beginning at the Pennsylvania-New York state line, thence running generally northwesterly to a point in or near the hamlet of Corbettsville; beginning at the Pennsylvania-New York state line, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Kirkwood to the intersection of state highway one hundred twenty-seven and state highway five thousand twenty-two at or near the hamlet of Five Mile Point; beginning at the north city line of Binghamton west of the Chenango river, thence running generally northerly to a junction with state highway two hundred sixty-seven at Hinmans Corners, thence generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Glen Castle and Castle Creek to or near an interchange with interstate route 505, thence generally northerly to an intersection with state highway one thousand six hundred twelve in or near the village of Whitney Point, thence northwesterly to the junction of state highway one thousand four hundred eighty-six and state highway one thousand six hundred eight near the village of Lisle, thence generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Killawog to the Broome-Cortland county line; beginning at the Pennsylvania-New York state line, thence running generally northerly to the junction of state highway one thousand eight hundred twenty-five and state highway four hundred twenty-one at or near the hamlet of Corbettsville, thence generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Conklin and Conklin Center, to the east city line of Binghamton; beginning at the north city line of Binghamton on or near the Brandywine Avenue arterial route, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Port Dickinson to an interchange at Chenango street, continuing northerly and easterly to the junction of state highway two hundred sixty-eight and state highway one hundred thirty-four in or near the hamlet of Chenango Bridge, continuing thence easterly through or near the hamlets of Sanitaria Springs and Harpursville to the Broome-Chenango county line; beginning at the entrance to Chenango Valley state park, thence running generally easterly to a junction with state highway nine hundred sixty-three; beginning at a point in or near the village of Whitney Point, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Triangle to the Broome-Chenango county line; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of McClure Settlement, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Sanford, Howes and Vallonia Springs to the Broome-Chenango county line; beginning at or near the junction of state highway one hundred seventy-five and state highway five thousand two hundred forty-two, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Port Crane to the junction of state highway nine hundred sixty-three and state highway one thousand two hundred forty-one in or near the hamlet of North Fenton; beginning at the Tioga-Broome county line, thence running generally easterly through the hamlets of Ross Corners and Vestal to a junction with the Court Street-Vestal Avenue arterial route at the west city line of Binghamton; beginning at the east city line of Binghamton at a junction with the Court Street arterial route, thence running generally easterly to a junction with state highway five thousand twenty-two and an interchange with interstate route 505 in or near the hamlet of Five Mile Point, thence continuing easterly through the hamlets of West Windsor and Occanum to an interchange in or near the village of Windsor, thence crossing the Susquehanna river, continuing generally easterly through or near the village of Windsor and the hamlets of Damascus and McClure Settlement, thence easterly to the Broome-Delaware county line near the village of Deposit; beginning at the Tioga-Broome county line, thence running generally easterly to a point in or near the hamlet of Union Center; beginning at or near the junction of state highway one hundred twenty-six and state highway one thousand four hundred eighty-seven, thence running generally easterly and southerly, crossing the Chenango river, to a junction with state highway one hundred thirty-four, including a spur leading to River road in the hamlet of Chenango Bridge.

  2. In conjunction with the construction of the highway described as "beginning at the Broome-Tioga county line at or near the connection with the Southern Tier expressway, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Vestal crossing the Susquehanna river, through or near the hamlet of Endwell, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Johnson City to the city of Binghamton in the vicinity of Prospect street, crossing the Chenango river to an interchange with interstate route 505 in or near the city of Binghamton," access or branch connections to any highway, road or street may, in the discretion of the commissioner, be included in the plans, specifications and estimates and may be constructed according to such design and type as the commissioner shall deem to be suitable for the purpose thereof. The cost of constructing and maintaining the portion of such highway within the city of Binghamton may be borne by the state and be paid for from any state or federal moneys available for the construction, reconstruction or maintenance of state highways. Lands and easements required for the construction of the portion of such highway within the city of Binghamton shall be acquired in the same manner as provided in section thirty of this chapter for the securing of lands and easements for the remainder of this highway outside of the city limits.

  4. Cattaraugus county. 1. Beginning at the Cattaraugus-Chautauqua county line west of the village of Randolph, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Randolph, thence running generally southerly and easterly to the western boundary of the Allegany Indian reservation; beginning at the eastern city line of Salamanca at or near the hamlet of Killbuck, thence running generally southeasterly to the western city line of Olean at or near State street; beginning at the eastern city line of Olean at or near State street, thence running generally southeasterly to the Cattaraugus-Allegany county line in or near the hamlet of Carroll; beginning at the Cattaraugus-Chautauqua county line south of the hamlet of Conewango Valley, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Conewango Valley, thence generally easterly to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Conewango; beginning at a point in or near the village of Cattaraugus, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the village of Little Valley to a state highway in or near the village of Ellicottville; beginning at a state highway in or near the village of Franklinville, thence running generally northeasterly to the Cattaraugus-Allegany county line at or near the hamlet of Fairview; beginning at the Cattaraugus-Chautauqua county line west of the village of Perrysburg, thence running generally easterly to a state highway in or near the village of Gowanda; beginning at a state highway in or near the village of Randolph, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Leon and Markham thence generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Dayton and the village of Gowanda to a point on the Cattaraugus-Erie county line; beginning at a point in or near the village of Cattaraugus, thence running generally northwesterly to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Dayton; beginning at a state highway in or near the village of East Randolph, thence running generally northeasterly to a state highway in or near the village of Little Valley; beginning at the New York-Pennsylvania state line near the Allegany reservoir, thence running generally northerly along the westerly bank of the Allegany reservoir to a connection with the Southern tier expressway at the Steamburg interchange, thence generally northerly to a connection with state highway eight thousand three hundred twenty-eight in the hamlet of Steamburg, such highway to be known as "Onoville Road"; beginning at the New York-Pennsylvania state line near the Allegany reservoir, thence running generally northerly along the easterly bank of the Allegany reservoir to a connection with the Southern tier expressway in the vicinity of Cricks Run, such highway to be known as "Quaker Bridge road"; beginning at the northern city line of Salamanca at or near Center street, thence running generally northwesterly to a state highway in or near the village of Little Valley; beginning at the northern city line of Salamanca at or near Central avenue, thence running generally northeasterly to a state highway in or near the village of Franklinville; beginning at a state highway at or near the hamlet of Great Valley, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the village of Ellicottville, thence northeasterly to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Machias; beginning at a state highway in or near the village of Ellicottville, thence running generally northerly to the Cattaraugus-Erie county line west of the village of Springville; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Ashford, thence running generally northerly to the Cattaraugus-Erie county line in or near the village of Springville; beginning at the New York-Pennsylvania state line near the Allegany state park, thence running generally northerly to state highway five thousand four hundred thirty; beginning at the New York-Pennsylvania state line in or near the hamlet of Knapp Creek, thence running generally northeasterly to the southern city line of Olean; beginning at the northern city line of Olean at or near Main street, thence running generally northerly to the Cattaraugus-Erie county line in or near the hamlet of Yorkshire; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Yorkshire, thence running generally easterly to the Cattaraugus-Wyoming county line; beginning at the New York-Pennsylvania state line in the town of Portville, thence running generally northerly to state highway one thousand six hundred eleven south of the village of Portville; beginning at a state highway in or near the village of Portville, thence running generally northeasterly to the Cattaraugus-Allegany county line; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Maplehurst, thence running generally northeasterly to the Cattaraugus-Allegany county line; beginning at a state highway at or near the hamlet of Fairview, thence running generally northwesterly to the Cattaraugus-Wyoming county line; beginning at a state highway west of the city of Salamanca, thence running generally easterly through or near the city of Salamanca to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Killbuck, said highway to be built with control of access; beginning at a point on the Cattaraugus-Chautauqua county line in or near the village of South Dayton, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of South Dayton to a point on state highway eight thousand one hundred sixty; beginning at an interchange with the Southern tier expressway in the village of Randolph, thence running generally easterly to a point on state highway five thousand two hundred fifty-eight, also in the village of Randolph; beginning at a point on state highway five thousand two hundred sixty-four-A, west of the village of Allegany, thence running generally northerly to an interchange with the Southern tier expressway.

  2. Effective April first, nineteen hundred eighty, the legislative bodies of the county of Cattaraugus and the villages of Ellicottville, Randolph and South Dayton having previously approved the exchange of highways described in this paragraph, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the county roads and village streets described as follows: "beginning at a point on the Cattaraugus-Chautauqua county line in or near the village of South Dayton, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of South Dayton to a point on state highway eight thousand one hundred sixty; beginning at an interchange with the Southern tier expressway in the village of Randolph, thence running generally easterly to a point on state highway five thousand two hundred fifty-eight, also in the village of Randolph; beginning at a point on state highway one thousand eight hundred seventy-six, thence running generally easterly to a point on state highway one thousand five hundred nine, all in the village of Ellicottville; beginning at a point on state highway five thousand two hundred sixty-four-A, west of the village of Allegany, thence running generally northerly to an interchange with the Southern tier expressway"; and to transfer to the county of Cattaraugus for future maintenance as part of the county highway system in Cattaraugus county and to issue official orders of abandonment of those portions of highway described as follows: "beginning at a point on state highway five thousand two hundred fifty-nine-A, thence running generally northerly to a point on state highway one thousand eight hundred seventy-six, east of the village of Little Valley; beginning at a point on the northern city line of Salamanca, thence running generally northerly to a point on state highway five thousand two hundred sixty-five; beginning at a point on state highway nine hundred fifty-eight north of the hamlet of Markham, thence running generally northerly to a point on state highway nine thousand three hundred in the village of Perrysburg".

  5. Cayuga county. 1. Beginning at the Cayuga-Seneca county line in or near the hamlet of Free Bridge, thence running generally easterly to the western city line of Auburn; beginning at the northeastern city line of Auburn, thence running generally northeasterly to the Cayuga-Onondaga county line east of the hamlet of Sennett; beginning at the eastern city line of Auburn, thence running generally easterly to the Cayuga-Onondaga county line west of the village of Skaneateles; beginning at the Cayuga-Seneca county line west of the hamlet of Montezuma, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Montezuma to the village of Port Byron and easterly to the village of Weedsport, thence northerly and easterly in Weedsport to the Cayuga-Onondaga county line west of the village of Jordan; beginning at the Cayuga-Tompkins county line north of the hamlet of North Lansing, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of East Genoa to the hamlet of Genoa, thence generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Venice Center and Scipio to a junction with a state highway at the hamlet of Fleming, thence continuing northerly to the southern city line of Auburn; beginning at the northern city line of Auburn, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Weedsport and Cato to a point on the Cayuga-Oswego county line; beginning at the Cayuga-Tompkins county line north of the hamlet of Lake Ridge, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Goodyears Corners, King Ferry, Ledyard, Poplar Ridge, Sherwood, Scipioville and Mapleton to a junction with a state highway in or near the hamlet of Fleming; beginning at the Cayuga-Tompkins county line north of the village of Groton, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Locke to the village of Moravia, thence northerly through or near the village of Moravia, and the hamlets of Cascade, Glen Wood Beach, Elmwood and Wyckoff to the southern city line of Auburn; beginning at the northern city line of Auburn, thence running generally northerly to or near the village of Port Byron, the hamlet of Conquest, the village of Victory, the hamlet of North Victory and through or near the hamlet of Finches Corners to a junction with a state highway at or near the hamlet of Sterling; beginning at a junction with a state highway at the village of Moravia, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of Montville, Wilson Corners and Niles to the Onondaga-Cayuga county line; beginning at the Onondaga-Cayuga county line east of the hamlet of Owasco, thence running generally westerly and northerly to the southeastern city line of Auburn; beginning at the Cortland-Cayuga county line northwest of the village of Homer, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlets of Sempronius and New Hope to the Cayuga-Onondaga county line south of the hamlet of Mandana; beginning at the Cortland-Cayuga county line west of the village of Homer, thence running generally westerly through or near the hamlets of Locke, Genoa, Little Hollow and King Ferry, thence generally northerly through the villages of Aurora, Union Springs and Cayuga and the hamlet of Montezuma to a junction with a state highway north of the hamlet of Montezuma; beginning at the Cayuga-Wayne county line east of the village of Red Creek, thence running generally easterly to or near the hamlet of North Victory, thence northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Martville to the Cayuga-Oswego county line northeast of the hamlet of Martville; beginning at the Cayuga-Wayne county line south of the village of Fair Haven, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of Sterling, Crockett, Sterling Valley and North Sterling, to the Cayuga-Oswego county line; beginning at a junction with a state highway east of the village of Meridian, thence running generally northerly to the Cayuga-Oswego county line south of the hamlet of South Hannibal; beginning at a junction with a state highway in or near the village of Union Springs, thence running generally easterly and northeasterly to the hamlet of Half Acre thence easterly to a point on the western city line of Auburn; beginning at a point on state highway one thousand one hundred seventy-three in the hamlet of Half Acre thence running northerly to a point on state highway five hundred ninety; beginning at the Cayuga-Wayne county line south of the hamlet of Westbury, thence running generally easterly and southeasterly through or near the villages of Victory, Cato, and Meridian to the Cayuga-Onondaga county line west of the hamlet of Plainville; beginning at a point on a state highway west of the city of Auburn, thence running generally southeasterly to a point on the western city line of Auburn in the vicinity of West Genesee street; beginning at a state highway east of the hamlet of Free Bridge, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of Fosterville and Throopsville to a state highway at or near the hamlet of Sennett; beginning at the Wayne-Cayuga county line west of the hamlet of Spring Lake, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Spring Lake to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Conquest; beginning at the Seneca-Cayuga county line in or near the village of Cayuga, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Cayuga to a junction with a state highway west of the western city line of Auburn; beginning at a junction with a state highway in or near the hamlet of Crockett, thence running generally southeasterly to the Cayuga-Oswego county line; beginning at a point on state highway seven hundred fifty-two at the northern end of Owasco lake easterly to a point on state highway three hundred eighty-three.

  2. Effective April first, nineteen hundred eighty-one, the legislative body of the county of Cayuga, having previously approved the exchange of highways described in this paragraph, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the county roads described as follows: "beginning at a point on state highway six hundred eighty-six in the village of Cato thence running northerly through the hamlet of Bethel to a point on the Cayuga-Oswego county line; beginning at a point on state highway one thousand one hundred seventy-three in the town of Springport, thence running generally northeasterly to another point on the aforementioned state highway in the hamlet of Half Acre; thence northerly to a point on state highway five hundred ninety; beginning at a point on state highway six hundred eighty-five in or near the hamlet of Crockett, thence running generally easterly to a point on the Cayuga-Oswego county line"; and to transfer to the county of Cayuga for future maintenance as part of the county highway system in Cayuga county and to issue official orders of abandonment of those portions of highways described as follows: "beginning at a point on state highway one thousand three hundred seventeen in the village of Weedsport thence running generally southeasterly to the Cayuga-Onondaga county line west of the village of Elbridge; beginning at an intersection with Half Acre road in the town of Springport, thence running northerly to the hamlet of Aurelius thence easterly to another intersection with Half Acre road in the hamlet of Half Acre."

  6. Chautauqua county. 1. Beginning at the Pennsylvania-New York state line east of Wattsburg, Pennsylvania, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Clymer and North Clymer, the village of Panama, the hamlet of Ashville and the village of Lakewood to the western city line of Jamestown; beginning at the eastern city line of Jamestown on or near second street, thence running generally northeasterly through the village of Falconer to the Chautauqua-Cattaraugus county line near the hamlet of Waterboro; beginning at a point on state highway one thousand six hundred sixty-three in or near the hamlet of Findley Lake, thence running generally northeasterly to a point in or near the village of Mayville, thence running generally southeasterly generally following the north shore of Chautauqua lake to the northwestern city line of Jamestown; beginning at the Pennsylvania-New York state line southwest of the hamlet of Ripley, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the villages of Westfield, Brocton and Fredonia to a point in or near the village of Silver Creek; beginning at the Pennsylvania--New York state line near Lake Erie, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Barcelona to the western city line of Dunkirk; beginning at a point on state highway nine thousand thirty or state highway eight thousand three hundred thirty-four-A, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the village of Westfield, to a point in or near the hamlet of Hartfield, said highway to be built with control of access; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Barcelona, thence running generally southeasterly through the villages of Westfield and Mayville and along the southern shore of Chautauqua lake, to a state highway in or near the village of Lakewood; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Laona, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Arkwright, Hamlet and Balcom to the Chautauqua-Cattaraugus county line, east of the hamlet of Balcom; beginning at state highway eight thousand three, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Forestville and the hamlet of Nashville to the Chautauqua-Cattaraugus county line; beginning at the eastern city line of Dunkirk, at or near Lake Shore road, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the village of Silver Creek to the Chautauqua-Erie county line, in or near the hamlet of Irving; beginning at a state highway at or near Howard street in the village of Silver Creek, thence running generally northeasterly and easterly to state highway five thousand four hundred fifty-two; beginning at the New York-Pennsylvania state line southeast of the hamlet of Cutting, thence running generally northwesterly to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Cutting; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Cutting, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlet of Findley Lake to the New York-Pennsylvania state line northwest of the hamlet of Findley Lake; beginning at a state highway at or near Shortman road west of the hamlet of Ripley, thence running generally northwesterly to state highway nine thousand thirty; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of North Clymer, thence running generally northerly to a state highway in or near the village of Sherman; beginning at a state highway in or near the village of Sherman, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlet of Ripley to state highway nine thousand thirty; beginning at a state highway in or near the village of Brocton, thence running generally northerly to state highway eight thousand three hundred forty-four-A; beginning at the northern city line of Jamestown at or near Main street, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Gerry and the villages of Sinclairville and Cassadaga to the southeastern city line of Dunkirk at or near Bennett road; beginning at the New York-Pennsylvania state line in the town of Kiantone, thence running generally northerly east of the city of Jamestown, thence generally northerly and northwesterly to state highway one thousand four hundred seventy-one in or near the hamlet of Gerry; beginning at the southern city line of Jamestown at or near Foote avenue thence running generally southeasterly through or near the hamlet of Stillwater to the hamlet of Frewsburg thence generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Clarks Corners to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Kennedy; beginning at the New York-Pennsylvania state line northeast of the borough of Sugar Grove, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Busti to the southern city line of Jamestown; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Schermerhorn Corners, thence running generally northerly to or near the hamlet of Ellington, thence generally easterly to the Chautauqua-Cattaraugus county line, thence generally northerly (partially in the county of Cattaraugus) through or near the hamlet of Conewango Valley to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Balcom.

  2. Upon the completion and acceptance of the aforesaid highways described as "beginning at a point on state highway nine thousand thirty or state highway eight thousand three hundred thirty-four-A, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the village of Westfield, to a point in or near the hamlet of Hartfield" and "beginning at a state highway in or near the village of Bemus Point, thence running generally easterly to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Levant," the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order of abandonment to the county of Chautauqua that portion of state highway one thousand three hundred eighty-one east of its intersection with state highway eight thousand two hundred fifty-two easterly to the county line and upon the filing of certified copies of such official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the board of supervisors, and the county superintendent of Chautauqua county, and the state comptroller, the state shall cease to maintain the aforesaid portion of state highway one thousand three hundred eighty-one and all the rights and obligations of the state therein shall be turned over and surrendered to the county of Chautauqua, and the said portion of highway shall thereafter be maintained by said county as a part of the county road system.

  3. Effective April first, nineteen hundred eighty, the legislative body of the county of Chautauqua, having previously approved the exchange of highways described in this paragraph, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the county roads described as follows: "beginning at an intersection of state highways in the village of Westfield thence running generally northwesterly to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Barcelona; beginning at a state highway east of the hamlet of Stillwater, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Frewsburg thence generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Clarks Corners to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Kennedy; beginning at the New York-Pennsylvania state line northeast to the borough of Sugar Grove, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Busti to the southern city line of Jamestown"; and to transfer to the county of Chautauqua for future maintenance as part of the county highway system in Chautauqua county and to issue official orders of abandonment of those portions of highway described as follows: "beginning at a state highway in or near the village of Brocton, thence running generally southeasterly and northeasterly to a state highway in or near the village of Cassadaga; beginning at the southeastern city line of Dunkirk, at or near Franklin avenue, thence running generally southeasterly to state highway five thousand two hundred sixty-two; beginning at a state highway in or near the village of Forestville, thence running generally northerly to a state highway in or near the village of Silver Creek; beginning at a state highway north of the hamlet of Laona thence running generally northwesterly to a state highway in the village of Fredonia."

  7. Chemung county. 1. Beginning at a state highway in or near the village of Horseheads, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Pine Valley and the hamlet of Millport to the Chemung-Schuyler county line south of the village of Montour Falls; beginning at a state highway east of the village of Horseheads, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Sullivanville to the Chemung-Schuyler county line west of the hamlet of Alpine Junction; beginning at a state highway northeast of the village of Horseheads, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Breesport and Erin to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Swartwood; beginning at the Schuyler-Chemung county line southeast of the hamlet of Cayuta, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the hamlet of Swartwood and the village of Van Etten to the Chemung-Tioga county line west of the village of Spencer; beginning at the Tioga-Chemung county line north of the hamlet Lockwood, thence running generally northerly to a state highway in or near the village of Van Etten; beginning at the Steuben-Chemung county line in or near the hamlet of East Corning, thence running generally southeasterly in or near the hamlet of Big Flats through or near the hamlet of Fitch Bridge to the western city line of Elmira; beginning at the Pennsylvania-New York state line northwest of the hamlet of Wilawana, Pennsylvania, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the village of Wellsburg to the southeastern city line of Elmira; beginning at the Pennsylvania-New York state line south of the village of Wellsburg, thence running generally northerly to a state highway in or near the village of Wellsburg; beginning at the Pennsylvania-New York state line south of the hamlet of Seeley Creek, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of Seeley Creek, Webbs Mills and Southport to the southern city line of Elmira; beginning at the northern city line of Elmira, thence running generally northerly to a state highway in or near the village of Horseheads; beginning at the Pennsylvania-New York state line north of the hamlet of Fassett, Pennsylvania, thence running generally northerly to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Southport; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Southport, thence running generally easterly to a state highway southeast of the city of Elmira; beginning at the Steuben-Chemung county line southwest of the hamlet of Post Creek, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Post Creek and Chambers to the Chemung-Schuyler county line south of the hamlet of Beaver Dams; beginning at the Steuben-Chemung county line east of the hamlet of Caton, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Fitch Bridge to a state highway west of the city of Elmira.

  2. Upon the completion and acceptance of reconstruction or improvement of the highway described as "from the eastern terminus of state highway three hundred fifty-six in the hamlet of Erin, thence running easterly and northerly to a point on state highway one thousand three hundred eleven at the intersection of said highway and Chemung county road four, generally following the existing location of county road four", the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction by official order for state highway purposes over the aforesaid described county road and enter an official order of abandonment to the county of Chemung of that portion of state highway one thousand three hundred eleven from its western termini, thence running northerly and easterly to its intersection with county road four.

  8. Chenango county. 1. Beginning at the Broome-Chenango county line in or near the hamlet of Nineveh, thence running generally northeasterly to state highway one thousand one hundred seventy-one in or near the village of Afton, thence generally northeasterly to state highway eight thousand two hundred sixteen in or near the village of Bainbridge, thence northeasterly to the Otsego-Chenango county line; beginning at the Otsego-Chenango county line on or near the northern end of state highway seven hundred eight, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of East Guilford, Mount Upton, Rockwell Mills, Holmesville, South New Berlin, Sages, Five Corners, and Lambs Corner to the Madison-Chenango county line; beginning in or near the hamlet of Preston, thence running generally easterly to the western city line of Norwich; beginning at the Broome-Chenango county line, thence running generally northerly along the west bank of the Chenango river along or near the western village line of Greene, thence running northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Brisben and the village of Oxford, thence continuing northeasterly to the southern city line of Norwich; beginning at the northern city line of Norwich, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Woods Corners and North Norwich and the village of Sherburne to a point on the Madison-Chenango county line; beginning in or near the village of Sherburne, thence running generally northwesterly to a point on the Madison-Chenango county line in or near the village of Earlville; beginning at or near the hamlet of Waldron Corners, thence running easterly and southerly through or near the hamlet of Scott Corners, thence running southeasterly through or near the hamlets of North Pharsalia and Kirk to the western end of county highway forty-four in or near the hamlet of South Plymouth thence running generally southeasterly to a point on the northern city line of Norwich; beginning at a point on the eastern city line of Norwich, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of South New Berlin to a point on the Otsego-Chenango county line; beginning at a point on the Cortland-Chenango county line, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of Pitcher, North Pitcher, South Otselic, Otselic Center and Otselic to a point on the Madison-Chenango county line; beginning at a point on state highway two hundred twenty-five in or near the hamlet of Mount Upton, thence running easterly to the Otsego-Chenango county line; beginning at a point on the Cortland-Chenango county line, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the hamlets of Lakeville and Smithville Flats to or near the northwestern village line of Greene; beginning at a point on the Broome-Chenango county line near the hamlet of Bettsburg, thence running generally northeasterly to or near the village of Afton, thence running northwesterly through or near the hamlet of North Afton to or near the hamlet of Coventryville; beginning at a point on the Broome-Chenango county line, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Genegantslet, the village of Greene, the hamlets of Coventry and West Bainbridge, the village of Bainbridge and the hamlet of Bennettsville to the Delaware-Chenango county line; beginning at a point on the Broome-Chenango county line, thence running generally easterly to a point on the Broome-Chenango county line south of the hamlet of Page Brook; beginning in or near the hamlet of Otselic, thence running easterly through or near the hamlet of Upperville, the villages of Smyrna and Sherburne and the hamlet of Columbus to a point in or near the hamlet of Five Corners; beginning at a point on state highway eight hundred six in or near the village of New Berlin, thence running generally easterly to the Otsego-Chenango county line; beginning in or near the hamlet of Smithville Flats, thence running generally northerly to a point in or near the hamlet of McDonough, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of East McDonough, thence running generally southeasterly to or near the village of Oxford, thence continuing southeasterly across the Chenango river and northeasterly to the eastern end of state highway five thousand six hundred twenty-three north of the hamlet of Oxford Station; beginning in or near the hamlet of Woods Corners, thence running generally northeasterly to the eastern end of state highway five hundred ninety-seven; beginning at a point on the eastern city line of Norwich at the east end of the East Main street arterial route in the city of Norwich, thence running generally northerly on or along East River road to a point on state highway five hundred ninety-six; beginning at a point on state highway five hundred ninety-six in or near the hamlet of Hawley Corners, east of the city of Norwich, thence running generally northwesterly on or near county highway thirty-two to a point on state highway five hundred ninety-seven; beginning at a point on state highway one hundred twelve in or near the hamlet of South Plymouth, as determined by the commissioner, thence running generally southeasterly on or in the vicinity of county highway forty-four to a point on state highway five hundred five, north of the city of Norwich; beginning at a point on the Cortland-Chenango county line, thence running generally northeasterly on or in the vicinity of county highway forty-two to a point on state highway eight hundred seven in or near the hamlet of Scott Corners as determined by the commissioner; beginning at a point on the Broome-Chenango county line in or near the hamlet of Harpursville Station, thence running generally northerly to a point in or near the hamlet of Coventry.

  2. Upon completion and acceptance of the highway described above as "beginning at a point on the Cortland-Chenango county line, thence running generally northeasterly on or in the vicinity of county highway forty-two to a point on state highway eight hundred seven in or near the hamlet of Scott Corners, as determined by the commissioner" the commissioner of transportation is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order of abandonment to the county of Chenango of that portion of state highway eight hundred seven easterly and southeasterly from state highways eight thousand one hundred sixty-one and six hundred sixty-three to its intersection with the highway described above, all of state highways five hundred ninety-eight-a and five hundred ninety-eight, and upon the filing of certified copies of such official orders with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the board of supervisors, the county superintendent of highways, all of Chenango county, and the state comptroller, the state shall cease to maintain the aforesaid state highways and portion of state highway specified for abandonment in said official order, and all the rights and obligations of the state therein shall be turned over and surrendered to the county of Chenango, the said highways and portion of highway to be maintained by Chenango county as part of the county road system.

  3. Upon completion of reconstruction by the county of Chenango and after acceptance of the project of reconstruction by such county of the highway described above as "beginning at a point on state highway one hundred twelve in or near the hamlet of South Plymouth, as determined by the commissioner, thence running generally southeasterly on or in the vicinity of county highway forty-four to a point on state highway five hundred five, north of the city of Norwich", the commissioner of transportation is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction by official order for state highway purposes of such described highway and to enter an official order of abandonment to the county of Chenango of that portion of state highway one hundred twelve southeasterly from the western end of county highway forty-four, in or near the hamlet of South Plymouth, to a point on the northern city line of Norwich, and upon the filing of certified copies of such official orders with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the county superintendent of highways, all of Chenango county, and the state comptroller, the state shall cease to maintain that portion specified for abandonment in said official orders, and all the rights and obligations of the state therein shall be turned over and surrendered to the county of Chenango.

  9. Clinton county. 1. Beginning at the Essex-Clinton county line near the hamlet of Ausable Forks, thence running generally northeasterly and northerly through or near the village of Keeseville and hamlet of Valcour to the southern city line of Plattsburgh; beginning at the northern city line of Plattsburgh, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Chazy and the village of Champlain to the Canadian border; beginning at the junction of state highways one thousand four hundred eighty-nine and five thousand one hundred ninety-nine, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Cooperville and the village of Rouses Point to the Canadian border; beginning at the Franklin-Clinton county line east of the village of Chateaugay, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Ellenburg and the village of Mooers to state highway five thousand two hundred twenty-eight south of the village of Rouses Point; beginning at state highway five thousand two hundred twenty-eight south of the village of Rouses Point, thence running generally easterly to the New York-Vermont state line; beginning at state highway one thousand seven hundred forty-six northeast of the village of Champlain, thence running generally easterly to state highway five thousand two hundred twenty-eight south of the village of Rouses Point; beginning at the northwestern city line of Plattsburgh, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Beekmantown, West Chazy and Sciota to a point on state highway five thousand one hundred two in the village of Mooers; beginning at state highway five thousand five hundred twenty south of the hamlet of Churubusco, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Churubusco to the Canadian border; beginning at the Franklin-Clinton county line southeast of the hamlet of Bannerhouse, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the hamlet of Lyon Mountain, the village of Dannemora and the hamlets of Cadyville and Morrisonville to the western city line of Plattsburgh; beginning at the Clinton-Essex county line near the village of Keeseville, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Keeseville and the hamlets of Peru and Schuyler Falls to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Morrisonville; beginning at the Franklin-Clinton county line west of the hamlet of Riverview, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Clayburg and Moffitsville to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Cadyville; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Peru, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Lapham to the southern city limits of Plattsburgh; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Masons Corners, thence running generally northerly to the Canadian border northeast of the village of Champlain; beginning at a point on state highway seven hundred seventy-six, as determined by the commissioner, thence running generally easterly to interstate route 502 at a point north of the city of Plattsburgh to be determined by the commissioner; beginning at the Franklin-Clinton county line, thence running generally easterly via Star Corners to a point on state highway five thousand five hundred twenty in the hamlet of Ellenburg; beginning at a point on state highway seven hundred seventy-seven, thence running generally northwesterly via Gilroy, Crowley, Lord and Hammond Corners to state highway eight thousand four hundred eighty in the hamlet of Ellenburg; beginning at state highway two hundred fifty-eight in the hamlet of Peru, thence running generally easterly to state highway five thousand three hundred eleven south of the hamlet of Valcour.

  2. Effective April first, nineteen hundred eighty, the legislative body of the county of Clinton having previously approved the exchange of highways described in this paragraph, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the county roads described as follows: All of that route described as "beginning at the Franklin-Clinton county line, thence running generally easterly to a point on state highway eight thousand four hundred eighty west of the hamlet of Ellenburg"; all of that route described as "beginning at a point on state highway seven hundred seventy-seven, thence running generally northwesterly via Gilroy, Crowley, Lord and Hammond Corners to a point on state highway eight thousand four hundred eighty in the hamlet of Ellenburg"; and to transfer to the county of Clinton for future maintenance a part of the Clinton county road system and to issue official orders of abandonment of those portions of highway described as follows: beginning at the Franklin-Clinton county line easterly via Ellenburg Center to a point southwest of the hamlet of Ellenburg; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Altona, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Sciota and Chazy to a point in or near the hamlet of Chazy Landing; beginning at state highway one hundred thirty-eight, at or near the hamlet of West Chazy thence running northeasterly to the hamlet of Chazy.

  3. Effective September first, nineteen hundred eighty-eight, the legislative bodies of the county of Clinton and town of Peru having previously approved the exchange of highways described in this paragraph, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the town road described as follows: "beginning at state highway two hundred fifty-eight in the hamlet of Peru, thence running generally easterly to state highway five thousand three hundred eleven south of the hamlet of Valcour"; and to transfer to the county of Clinton for future maintenance as part of the Clinton county road system and to issue an official order of abandonment of that highway described as follows: that portion of the route described as "beginning at the northerly city line of Plattsburgh, then running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Beekmantown, West Chazy, Sciota and the village of Mooers to the Canadian border" which lies between a point on state highway five thousand one hundred two in the village of Mooers and the Canadian border.

  10. Columbia county. 1. Beginning at the Dutchess-Columbia county line south of the hamlet of Boston Corners, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Hillsdale, Austerlitz and Shakers to state highway six hundred fifteen in or near the hamlet of New Lebanon; beginning at state highway six hundred fifteen east of the hamlet of New Lebanon, thence running generally northerly to the Columbia-Rensselaer county line northeast of the hamlet of New Lebanon; beginning at the Columbia-Dutchess county line south of the hamlet of Nevis, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Nevis, Blue Stores, Livingston and Claverack and the village of Valatie to the Columbia-Rensselaer county line north of the village of Valatie; beginning at the Columbia-Dutchess county line south of the hamlet of Cross Hill, thence running generally northerly to the southern city line of Hudson; beginning at the eastern city line of Hudson, thence running generally northerly in the vicinity of the hamlets of Columbiaville and Sunnyside and the village of Kinderhook to a state highway in the village of Valatie; beginning north of the hamlet of Columbiaville, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Stuyvesant to the Columbia-Rensselaer county line; beginning at the eastern city line of Hudson, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Ghent, the village of Chatham and the hamlets of East Chatham and Queechy to the New York-Massachusetts state line east of the hamlet of Queechy; beginning at the hamlet of Austerlitz, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlet of Spencertown and the village of Valatie to a point at the junction of state highways five thousand seventy-four and one thousand nine hundred seventy-four north of the village of Valatie; beginning at the New York-Massachusetts state line southeast of the hamlet of New Lebanon, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlet of New Lebanon Center to the Columbia-Rensselaer county line southeast of the village of Nassau; beginning at the village of Valatie, thence running generally northerly to the Columbia-Rensselaer county line in the vicinity of the Berkshire thruway's entrance into Columbia county from Rensselaer county; beginning at the village of Chatham, thence proceeding generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Chatham Center and Malden Bridge to the Columbia-Rensselaer county line south of the village of Nassau; beginning at the eastern city line of Hudson, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Claverack, Hollowville, Martindale, Craryville, and Hillsdale to the New York-Massachusetts state line east of the hamlet of Hillsdale; beginning at the easterly approach to the Rip Van Winkle bridge, thence running generally easterly to a point in the hamlet of Hollowville; beginning at a point east of the hamlet of Claverack, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the village of Philmont to an intersection with the Taconic State Parkway; beginning at the Columbia-Dutchess county line north of the hamlet of Pine Plains, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of Ancram and West Copake to a point east of the hamlet of Copake; beginning at the Columbia-Dutchess county line south of the hamlet of Ancramdale, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlets of Ancramdale, Ancram, West Taghkanic to the Hudson city line; beginning at the hamlet of Linlithgo, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Livingston to a point in or near the hamlet of West Taghkanic; beginning at the Columbia-Rensselaer county line north of the hamlet of Malden Bridge, thence running southeasterly through or near the hamlets of Malden Bridge and East Chatham to a state highway at a point north of the hamlet of Austerlitz; beginning at the Hudson city line, thence running generally northeasterly to state highway three hundred forty-one at a point north of the city of Hudson; beginning at a point on state highway five thousand seventy-four, thence running generally northerly to the Columbia-Rensselaer county line; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Green River, thence running generally southeasterly to the New York-Massachusetts state line east of the hamlet of North Hillsdale; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Copake Falls, thence running generally easterly to the New York-Massachusetts state line east of the hamlet of Copake Iron Works; beginning at a point on state highway one thousand nine hundred fifty in or near the hamlet of Queechy, thence running generally northeasterly to a point in or near the hamlet of Shakers; beginning at a point on or near state highway eight thousand five hundred fourteen, thence running generally easterly to the New York-Massachusetts state line west of Stockbridge, Massachusetts.

  2. Effective April first, nineteen hundred eighty, the legislative body of the county of Columbia having previously approved the exchange of highways described in this paragraph, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the county road described as follows: "beginning at the Columbia-Dutchess county line, thence running generally northeasterly to the hamlet of Ancramdale thence generally northwesterly to a point on state highway nine thousand fifty-eight"; and to transfer to the county of Columbia for future maintenance as part of the county highway system in Columbia county and to issue official orders of abandonment of those portions of highway described as follows: "beginning in or near the hamlet of Stuyvesant, thence running generally easterly to a point on state highway five thousand one hundred four in the vicinity of the hamlet of Sunnyside; beginning at a point on state highway five thousand one hundred three south of the hamlet of Stockport thence running generally easterly to a point in or near the hamlet of Stottville; beginning at or near an intersection with the Taconic State parkway thence running generally northeasterly through the hamlet of Harlemville to a junction with county route twenty-one".

  11. Cortland county. 1. Beginning at the Broome-Cortland county line south of the village of Marathon, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the village of Marathon and through the hamlet of Messengerville along the east bank of the Tioughnioga river to the east city line of Cortland; beginning at the north city line of Cortland, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Homer to the Onondaga-Cortland county line south of the village of Tully; beginning at the Tompkins-Cortland county line southeast of the hamlet of McLean, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of South Cortland, to the western city line of Cortland; beginning at the northern city line of Cortland, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of East Homer, Truxton and Cuyler to the Cortland-Madison county line west of the village of DeRuyter; beginning at the Cortland-Broome county line north of the hamlet of Upper Lisle, thence running generally northeasterly to a state highway at or near the hamlet of Willet; beginning at a state highway north of the hamlet of Gee Brook, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of Cincinnatus and Taylor to the Cortland-Chenango county line northeast of the hamlet of Taylor; beginning at a state highway at or near the hamlet of Lower Cincinnatus, thence running generally easterly to or near the Cortland-Chenango county line; beginning at the Tompkins-Cortland county line northwest of the hamlet of Harford, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the hamlets of Harford and Harford Mills to the Cortland-Tioga county line at or near the hamlet of Harford Mills; beginning at the Chenango-Cortland county line in the southeast corner of Cortland county, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlets of Georgetown, Willet, Gee Brook, East Freetown, Solon, Maybury Mills and the village of McGraw to a point on state highway eight hundred eighty-one in or near the hamlet of Polkville; beginning at a state highway at the north end of the village of Homer, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Scott to the Cortland-Onondaga county line southwest of the hamlet of Spafford; beginning at the Cayuga-Cortland county line southeast of the hamlet of Dresserville, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Homer Gulf to a state highway northwest of the village of Homer; beginning at the Cayuga-Cortland county line east of the hamlet of Locke, thence running generally easterly to a state highway in or near the village of Homer; beginning at the southern city line of Cortland, thence running generally southerly to or near the hamlet of Virgil, thence generally easterly through or near the hamlet of East Virgil to a state highway at or near the hamlet of Messengerville; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Truxton, thence running generally northerly to the Onondaga-Cortland county line south of the hamlet of Apulia; beginning at a state highway east of the hamlet of Harford, thence running generally easterly to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Harford Mills; beginning at the hamlet of Harford, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Hunt Corners, to the village of Marathon, to a junction with a state highway west of the hamlet of Willet; beginning at the Tompkins-Cortland county line, east of the village of Groton, thence running generally easterly to the eastern city line of Cortland; beginning at a state highway at the hamlet of South Cortland, thence running generally northeasterly to a point on the western city line of Cortland; from a point on the northern city line of Cortland, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the village of Homer and the hamlets of Pratt Corners, Little York and Preble to the Cortland-Onondaga county line southwest of the village of Tully; beginning at a state highway at or near the hamlet of Preble, thence running generally easterly to state highway five hundred ninety-five; beginning at state highway eight thousand five hundred twenty-two near the city of Cortland thence running generally easterly on or in the vicinity of Fisher avenue crossing a state highway and continuing easterly and southeasterly to the northern city line of Cortland; beginning at a state highway south of the village of Homer, thence running generally easterly crossing another state highway and continuing easterly to a connection with interstate route 505; beginning at the northern city line of Cortland east of the Tioughnioga river, thence running generally northerly and westerly to a state highway north of the city of Cortland; beginning at a point on the Cortland-Tompkins county line, thence running generally northeasterly to a point on a state highway in or near the hamlet of Virgil.

  2. Effective April first, nineteen hundred eighty-one, the legislative body of the county of Cortland having previously approved the exchange of highways described in this paragraph, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the county roads described as follows: "beginning at a point on the Cortland-Tompkins county line, thence running generally northeasterly to a point on a state highway in or near the hamlet of Virgil; beginning at a point on a state highway east of the hamlet of East Virgil thence running generally easterly to a point on a state highway in or near the hamlet of Messengerville"; and to transfer to the county of Cortland for future maintenance as part of the county highway system and to issue official orders of abandonment of those portions of highway described as follows: "beginning at a point on a state highway thence running generally easterly to a point in the hamlet of Cincinnatus; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Chenango thence running generally northwesterly and northerly to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Truxton".

  12. Delaware county. Beginning at the Sullivan-Delaware county line in or near the hamlet of Long Eddy, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlets of Pea Brook and French Woods to state highway five thousand four hundred fifty-six in or near the village of Hancock; beginning at the Otsego-Delaware county line, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of East Sidney and Bartlet Hollow, the village of Franklin and the hamlets of Leonta and North Franklin to the Delaware-Otsego county line; beginning at an interchange with state highway five thousand forty-five in or near the village of Deposit, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the village of Deposit and the hamlet of Stilesville, thence crossing the Cannonsville reservoir, running through or near the hamlets of Granton and Beerston, the village of Walton, the hamlets of Hamden and Fraser, the village of Delhi, the hamlets of East Delhi, Bloomville and South Kortright and the villages of Hobart and Stamford to the Delaware-Schoharie county line; beginning at the Chenango-Delaware county line, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Masonville and the hamlets of Trout Creek and Loomis to state highway one thousand two hundred seventy-one in or near the village of Walton; beginning at a point on state highway nine thousand two hundred sixty-eight in or near the village of Walton, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the Bear Spring Mountain game management area to the junction of Main street and Maple avenue in or near the hamlet of Downsville; beginning at the junction of state highway eight thousand fifty and state highway one thousand eight hundred eighty-eight in or near the hamlet of Stilesville, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Hambletville, Barbourville and Masonville and the village of Sidney to the Delaware-Otsego county line; beginning at an interchange with state highway five thousand two hundred forty-six in or near the hamlet of East Branch, thence running generally northeasterly along the north bank of the east branch of the Delaware river through or near the hamlets of Harvard, Shinhopple, Colchester and Downsville, thence running generally easterly along the southerly side of the Pepacton reservoir, crossing the reservoir on the Shavertown bridge, thence running generally easterly along the northerly side of the Pepacton reservoir to a junction with state highway eight thousand seventeen in or near the hamlet of Dunraven; beginning at the junction of state highway eight thousand seventeen and state highway five thousand three hundred eighty-four in or near the village of Margaretville, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Kelly Corners, Halcottsville, Roxbury and Grand Gorge to the Delaware-Schoharie county line; beginning at the Broome-Delaware county line, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the village of Deposit, the hamlet of Hales Eddy and the Village of Hancock, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Hancock, the hamlet of Cadosia, along the east branch of the Delaware river through or near the hamlets of Fishs Eddy, East Branch, Horton and Butternut Grove to the Delaware-Sullivan county line; beginning at the Otsego-Delaware county line, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Davenport Center, Davenport, North Kortright and Harpersfield and the village of Stamford to a point on the Delaware-Schoharie county line; beginning at a point on the Schoharie-Delaware county line, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the hamlet of Grand Gorge to the Delaware-Greene county line; beginning at the Ulster-Delaware county line, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlet of Griffin Corners, the village of Fleischmanns, the hamlet of Arkville and the village of Margaretville, along the northern side of the Pepacton reservoir through or near the hamlet of Dunraven and the village of Andes to state highway one thousand four hundred forty-one in or near the village of Delhi; beginning at a point on state highway one thousand four hundred forty-one in or near the village of Delhi, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlet of Meridale to a junction with state highway eight thousand two hundred eighty-eight in or near the hamlet of North Franklin; beginning at an interchange with state highway five thousand four hundred fifty-six in or near the hamlet of Cadosia, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Cadosia, Kerryville and Apex, crossing the Cannonsville reservoir to state highway eight thousand one hundred eighty-seven.

  13. Dutchess county. 1. Beginning at the Putnam-Dutchess county line south of the village of Fishkill, thence running generally northerly through or near the villages of Fishkill and Wappingers Falls to the southern city line of Poughkeepsie; beginning at the northern city line of Poughkeepsie, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Hyde Park and Staatsburg, the villages of Rhinebeck and Red Hook and the hamlet of Upper Red Hook to the Columbia-Dutchess county line south of the hamlet of Clermont; beginning at the Putnam-Dutchess county line south of the city of Beacon, thence running generally northerly to the southern city line of Beacon; beginning at the northern city line of Beacon, thence running generally northerly to state highway five thousand fifty to a point north of the village of Wappingers Falls; beginning at the northern city line of Beacon, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the village of Fishkill and the hamlets of Wiccopee, Stormville, and Greenhaven to state highway eight thousand five hundred twenty-five in the vicinity of the hamlet of Poughquag; beginning at a state highway west of the hamlet of Wiccopee, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of Hopewell Junction, Arthursburg, Billings and Moores Mills, to a state highway in the vicinity of the hamlet of South Millbrook; beginning at state highway six hundred twenty-seven in the vicinity of the hamlet of East Fishkill, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlets of Hopewell Junction, New Hackensack and Red Oak Mills to the eastern city line of Poughkeepsie, with a connection to state highway five hundred forty-nine near the eastern Poughkeepsie city line; beginning at the northern city line of Poughkeepsie, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of East Park, Pleasant Plains, Wurtemburg, and Annandale, to the Columbia-Dutchess county line north of the hamlet of Madalin; beginning at the Putnam-Dutchess county line north of the hamlet of Ludingtonville, thence running generally northwesterly to state highway six hundred twenty-seven southwest of the hamlet of Stormville; beginning at the Putnam-Dutchess county line north of the hamlet of West Patterson, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlet of Holmes to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Stonehouse; beginning at the Putnam-Dutchess county line north of the hamlet of Patterson, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Pawling, the hamlets of Wingdale, Dover Plains and Amenia and the village of Millerton to the Columbia county line south of the hamlet of Boston Corners; beginning at the northern end of state highway three hundred forty-three south of Pawling, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlets of Stonehouse, Billings and Manchester Bridge to state highway five hundred forty-nine east of Poughkeepsie; beginning at the eastern city line of Poughkeepsie thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of Pleasant Valley and Washington Hollow, the village of Millbrook, the hamlets of Mabbettsville and Amenia to the Connecticut-New York state line east of the hamlet of Amenia; beginning at state highway seven hundred forty-eight in the vicinity of the hamlet of Washington Hollow, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Stanfordville to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Pine Plains; beginning at a point on state highway eight thousand four hundred ninety-two east of the hamlet of Barrytown, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Red Hook, the hamlets of Rock City, Lafayetteville and Pine Plains to state highway three hundred forty-four southwest of the village of Millerton; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Rhinecliff, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the village of Rhinebeck and the hamlet of Eighmyville to a point on state highway six hundred twenty-eight near the hamlet of Rock City; beginning at the north end of state highway one thousand seven hundred sixty in or near the hamlet of South Millbrook, thence running generally easterly to a point on state highway five thousand four hundred sixty northwest of the hamlet of Dover Plains; beginning at a point on a state highway northeast of the hamlet of Wingdale, thence running generally easterly to the Connecticut-New York state line east of the hamlet of Webatuck; beginning at a point on state highway five thousand nine in or near the village of Pawling, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Mizzentop to the Connecticut-New York state line east of the hamlet of Mizzentop; beginning at a point on state highway seven hundred nine in or near the village of Millerton thence running generally easterly to the Connecticut-New York state line east of the village of Millerton; beginning at state highway one thousand seven hundred twenty-two in the vicinity of the hamlet of Dover Plains, thence running generally northerly to state highway five thousand four hundred sixty north of the hamlet of Dover Plains; beginning at state highway eight thousand five hundred eleven, thence running generally northwesterly to state highway four hundred thirty-two in or near the village of Rhinebeck; beginning at a point on state highway one thousand three hundred fourteen east of the hamlet of Pine Plains, thence running generally northerly to the Columbia-Dutchess county line northeast of the hamlet of Pine Plains; beginning at a point on the northern city line of Poughkeepsie west of Delafield street, thence running generally northeasterly to state highway nine thousand three; beginning at a point on state highway nine thousand three, as determined by the commissioner, thence running generally easterly on new location to a point on the West Dutchess highway, as determined by the commissioner; beginning at state highway two hundred twenty-three near Spackenkill road, thence running generally easterly on or in the vicinity of Spackenkill road to state highway one thousand five hundred twenty-nine, thence generally northeasterly and easterly to state highway eight thousand three hundred sixty-four, as determined by the commissioner; beginning at a point on interstate route 503 near the hamlet of Wiccopee, as determined by the commissioner, thence running generally northerly on new location crossing state highway five hundred forty-nine west of the hamlet of Pleasant Valley, thence generally northerly on a new location to a connection with state highway eight thousand five hundred seven or state highway eight thousand five hundred eleven, near the hamlet of Wurtemburg as determined by the commissioner, said highway to be built with control of access; beginning at a point on a state highway west of the village of Millbrook, thence running generally northeasterly to a point on a state highway in or near the village of Millbrook; beginning at a point on the northeastern Poughkeepsie city line at or near Smith street, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Salt Point to an interchange with the Taconic state parkway.

  2. Upon the completion and acceptance of the construction of the highway described as "beginning at a point on interstate route 503 near the hamlet of Wiccopee, as determined by the commissioner, thence running generally northerly on new location crossing state highway five hundred forty-nine west of the hamlet of Pleasant Valley, thence generally northerly on a new location to a connection with state highway eight thousand five hundred seven or state highway eight thousand five hundred eleven, near the hamlet of Wurtemburg, as determined by the commissioner, said highway to be built with control of access," the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order of abandonment to the county of Dutchess that portion of state highway one thousand two hundred thirty-five from its intersection with state highway six hundred twenty-seven northerly to state highway eight thousand four hundred fifty-three, that portion of state highway one thousand two hundred thirty-five from its intersection with state highway eight thousand four hundred fifty-four northerly and westerly to state highway eight thousand ninety-three; also all of state highways eight thousand ninety-three, one thousand five hundred twenty-nine, one hundred thirty-five, five hundred fifty and eight thousand five hundred seven; upon the filing of certified copies of such official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the board of representatives, the county superintendent of highways, all of Dutchess county, and the state comptroller, the state shall cease to maintain the aforesaid portions of state highways and state highways specified for abandonment in said official order, and all the rights and obligations of the state therein shall be turned over and surrendered to the county of Dutchess, the said portions of state highways and state highways to be maintained by Dutchess county as a part of the county road system.

  3. Effective April first, nineteen hundred eighty, the legislative body of the county of Dutchess having previously approved the exchange of highways described in this paragraph, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the county roads described as follows: "beginning at a point on state highway one thousand three hundred fourteen east of the hamlet of Pine Plains, thence running generally northerly to the Columbia-Dutchess county line northeast of the hamlet of Pine Plains; beginning at a point on a state highway west of the village of Millbrook, thence running generally northeasterly to a point on a state highway in or near the village of Millbrook; beginning at a point on the northeastern Poughkeepsie city line at or near Smith street, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Salt Point to an interchange with the Taconic state parkway; beginning at state highway two hundred twenty-three, thence running generally easterly on Spackenkill road to state highway one thousand five hundred twenty-nine", and to transfer to the county of Dutchess for future maintenance as part of the Dutchess county road system and to issue official orders of abandonment of these portions of highway described as follows: "beginning at state highway five thousand four hundred eighty-four west of the hamlet of Amenia, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlets of Smithfield, Skekomeko, and Bethel Station to state highway eight thousand three hundred forty-two in the vicinity of the hamlet of Pine Plains; beginning at a point on state highway one thousand seven hundred seventy-eight in or near the village of Millerton, thence running generally southeasterly to the Connecticut-New York state line southeast of the hamlet of Millerton; beginning at a point in the village of Tivoli thence running generally easterly to state highway eight thousand three hundred forty-three; beginning at a point west of the hamlet of Barrytown, thence running generally easterly to a point on state highway eight thousand four hundred ninety-two east of the hamlet of Barrytown; beginning at a point on state highway eight thousand three hundred forty-two in or near the hamlet of Pine Plains, thence running generally northerly to its terminus north of the hamlet of Pine Plains; beginning at a point on state highway four hundred fifty-three, thence running generally easterly to a point on a state highway in or near the hamlet of East Park".

  14. Erie county. 1. Beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Collins, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Springville to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Sardinia; beginning at a state highway in or near the village of Farnham, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of North Collins to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Langford; beginning at state highway two, thence running generally easterly through or near the villages of Orchard Park and East Aurora and the hamlet of Wales Center to the Erie-Wyoming county line; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Wales Center, thence running generally southeasterly to the Erie-Wyoming county line; Mile Strip road, beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Woodlawn, thence running generally easterly to state highway nine thousand two hundred sixty-nine; beginning at the eastern city line of Buffalo near Seneca street, thence running generally southeasterly to state highway nine thousand three hundred eighty-one; beginning at the eastern city line of Buffalo near Clinton street, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Marilla to the Erie-Wyoming county line; beginning at the eastern city line of Buffalo near Broadway, thence running generally easterly through or near the villages of Depew, Lancaster and Alden to the Erie-Genesee county line; beginning at the eastern city line of Buffalo near Genesee street, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Bowmansville, Millgrove and Crittendon to the Erie-Genesee county line; beginning at the eastern city line of Buffalo at the Kensington avenue arterial, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Depew to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Millgrove, said highway to be built with control of access as determined by the commissioner; beginning at the northern city line of Buffalo near Main street, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Williamsville to the Erie-Genesee county line near the village of Akron; beginning at state highway one hundred twenty-nine near the Grand Island bridge, thence running generally southeasterly and easterly to state highway one hundred thirty; beginning at a point on state highway five thousand one hundred seventy-two near Ellicott creek, thence running generally easterly to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Getzville; beginning at the West River parkway near Staley road, thence running generally easterly to state highway nine hundred ninety-one; beginning at state highway five thousand four hundred fifty-two in the Cattaraugus Indian reservation, thence running generally northerly and northeasterly through or near the villages of Farnham and Angola and the hamlet of Athol Springs to the southern city line of Lackawanna; beginning at the Erie-Chautauqua county line in the Cattaraugus Indian reservation, thence running generally northeasterly to state highway nine thousand two hundred seventeen; beginning at the Grand Island terminus of the South Grand Island bridge, thence running generally northwesterly to the Grand Island terminus of the North Grand Island bridge; beginning at the Erie-Cattaraugus county line in or near the village of Gowanda, thence running generally northerly, northeasterly and northwesterly to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Athol Springs; beginning at state highway one thousand sixty-seven, thence running generally northeasterly to state highway one thousand eight hundred fifty-six in or near the hamlet of Athol Springs; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Collins Center, thence running generally northerly to a state highway in or near the village of Hamburg; beginning at a state highway in or near the village of Hamburg, thence running generally northerly to the southern city line of the city of Lackawanna; beginning at a state highway known as Mile Strip road, thence running generally northerly to the southern city line of Lackawanna; beginning at the northwesterly city line of Buffalo, thence running generally northwesterly and northeasterly to the western city line of Tonawanda; beginning at state highway twenty-three northwest of the city of Buffalo, thence running generally northeasterly to state highway nine thousand two hundred sixteen; beginning at the northern city line of Buffalo, thence running generally northerly to the southern city line of Tonawanda near Military road; beginning at state highway nine thousand two hundred twenty-one, Military road, thence running generally easterly to state highway nine thousand two hundred twenty, Delaware avenue; beginning at the northern city line of Buffalo, near Delaware avenue, thence running generally northerly to the southern city line of Tonawanda; beginning at a point south of the city of Tonawanda near an interchange with an interstate highway, thence running generally northerly to the southern city line of Tonawanda near Eggert road; beginning at the northern city line of Buffalo near Niagara Falls boulevard, thence running generally northerly to the Erie-Niagara county line; beginning at a point on the northern city line of Buffalo, thence running generally northeasterly to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Millersport; beginning at a state highway south of the hamlet of Getzville near Campbell boulevard, thence running generally northerly to the Erie-Niagara county line; beginning at state highway sixty-seven or state highway nine thousand two hundred nineteen near Slade avenue, thence running generally northerly near the easterly city line of Buffalo to state highway nine thousand two hundred sixteen; Southern expressway, beginning at state highway one thousand three hundred thirty-three near the village of Springville, thence running generally northerly to the New York state thruway, Erie section, near the city of Lackawanna, said highway to be built with control of access; beginning at the Erie-Cattaraugus county line in or near the village of Springville, thence running generally northerly to a state highway in or near the village of Hamburg; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of North Boston, thence running generally northeasterly, northerly and northwesterly through or near the village of Orchard Park to the eastern city line of Buffalo; beginning at state highway sixty-seven north of the village of Orchard Park, thence running generally northerly to state highway nine thousand two hundred sixteen, near Sheridan drive; beginning at state highway one thousand sixty-six near the village of Orchard Park, thence running generally northerly through the village of Depew to the Erie-Niagara county line in or near the hamlet of Millersport; beginning at the Ontario section of the New York state thruway near William street, thence running generally easterly to state highway five hundred twenty-nine in or near the hamlet of Town Line; Aurora expressway, beginning at the Seneca street interchange of the Erie section of the New York state thruway, thence running generally easterly and southeasterly, through or near the village of East Aurora to state highway five thousand three hundred seventeen in or near the hamlet of South Wales, said highway to be built with control of access; beginning at a state highway in the village of East Aurora, thence running generally northerly to a state highway; beginning in or near the hamlet of Glenwood, thence running generally northwesterly to a state highway in or near the village of Orchard Park near Duells Corners; beginning at the Erie-Cattaraugus county line in or near the hamlet of Chaffee, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlets of Holland and South Wales to a state highway in the village of East Aurora; beginning at a state highway west of the hamlet of Wales Center, thence running generally northerly to state highway five hundred twenty-nine; beginning at a state highway south of the village of Akron, thence running generally northerly, westerly and northerly to the Erie-Niagara county line west of the Tonawanda Indian reservation; beginning at a point on the eastern city line of Buffalo at or near Walden avenue, thence running generally easterly through or near the villages of Depew and Lancaster to a point on a state highway northwest of the village of Alden; beginning at or near Maple avenue in the town of Amherst, thence running generally northerly to a point on state highway one thousand four hundred ninety-two; beginning at or near the Southern expressway, thence running generally easterly to state highway one thousand six hundred sixty-five.

  2. Upon the completion and acceptance of the construction of the highway described as "beginning at the eastern city line of Buffalo at the Kensington avenue arterial, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Depew to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Millgrove", the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order of abandonment, to the county of Erie, of all of state highways one thousand two hundred twelve and one thousand two hundred thirteen, also that portion of state highway one thousand two hundred fourteen from its junction with state highway one thousand two hundred thirteen easterly to its junction with the highway above described as "beginning at the eastern city line of Buffalo at the Kensington avenue arterial, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Depew to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Millgrove" and upon the filing of certified copies of such official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the county legislative body, the county superintendent of highways, all of Erie county, and the state comptroller, the state shall cease to maintain the state highways and portion of state highway specified for abandonment as above set forth, and all the rights and obligations of the state therein shall revert to and become the responsibility of the county of Erie.

  3. Effective April first, nineteen hundred eighty, the legislative bodies of the county of Erie and the village of Hamburg having previously approved the exchange of highways described in this paragraph, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the county roads and village streets described as follows: "beginning at a point on the eastern city line of Buffalo at or near Walden avenue, thence running generally easterly through or near the villages of Depew and Lancaster to a point on a state highway northwest of the village of Alden; beginning at or near Rensch road in the town of Amherst, thence running generally northerly to a point on state highway one thousand four hundred ninety-two; beginning at the northern Buffalo city line, thence running northerly to a state highway west of the hamlet of Eggertsville; beginning at a point on a state highway west of the hamlet of Wales Center, thence running generally northerly to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Porterville; beginning at or near state highway nine thousand three hundred thirty-two in the village of Hamburg, thence running easterly to state highway eight hundred sixty-two; beginning at state highway eight hundred sixty-two in the village of Hamburg, thence running northerly to state highway two"; and to transfer to the county of Erie for future maintenance as part of the county highway system in Erie county and to issue official orders of abandonment of those portions of highway described as follows: "beginning at a state highway in the village of Akron, thence running generally northeasterly to the Erie-Genesee county line, south of the Tonawanda Indian reservation; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Clarence, thence running generally northerly to Greiner road; beginning at state highway two hundred sixty-three northwest of the village of East Aurora, thence running generally easterly to a state highway south of the hamlet of Marilla; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Brant, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Angola to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Evans Center; beginning at state highway five thousand nineteen in or near the hamlet of Athol Springs, thence running generally easterly and southeasterly to state highway two; beginning at the West River parkway, thence running generally easterly to state highway nine hundred ninety-one; beginning at state highway one thousand three hundred thirty-six on Grand Island, thence running generally northerly to a point near Fix road and Base Line road; beginning at a point north of the Beaver Island state park, thence running generally westerly, northerly and northeasterly to a point on or near Whitehaven road; beginning at or near Savage road in the hamlet of Sardinia, thence running generally easterly to a state highway; beginning at a state highway in the hamlet of Wales Center, thence running generally northerly and westerly to a point in or near the hamlet of Porterville; beginning at a state highway south of the village of Alden and west of the Erie-Genesee county line, thence running generally northerly to a state highway in the village of Alden; beginning at the city line of Tonawanda, thence running northeasterly to a point on or near state highway five thousand one hundred seventy-two near Ellicott Creek; beginning at a point on state highway six hundred forty-five near the hamlet of Duells Corners, thence running northwesterly to state highway two hundred seventy-two".

  4. Upon the completion and acceptance of the construction of the aforesaid highway described as "Southern expressway, beginning at state highway one thousand three hundred thirty-three near the village of Springville, thence running generally northerly to the New York state thruway, Erie section, near the city of Lackawanna", the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order of abandonment to the county of Erie of those portions of state highways five hundred twenty-seven, five hundred twenty-eight and nine hundred eighty-nine which become unnecessary as part of the state highway system; and state highway one thousand four hundred ninety-two, Ellicott Creek-Getzville, town of Amherst, station 0 + 08 at Niagara Falls boulevard to station 154 + 04 at Getzville (state highway five hundred eighty-four) a modified total length of two and eighty-eight hundredths miles of two-lane macadam pavement; all of state highways one thousand four hundred ninety-one and one thousand four hundred ninety-one-a from its intersection with state highway nine thousand two hundred seventy northerly to state highway five hundred twenty-nine, and upon the filing of certified copies of such official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the county legislative body, the county superintendent of highways, all of Erie county, and the state comptroller, the state shall cease to maintain the aforesaid highways and portions of highways specified for abandonment as above set forth, and all the rights and obligations of the state therein shall revert to and become the responsibility of the county of Erie.

  15. Essex county. 1. Beginning at the Warren-Essex county line west of Schroon lake, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of South Schroon, Schroon Lake, Schroon River, North Hudson, Underwood and New Russia to the village of Elizabethtown, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlets of Upper Jay and Jay to the Clinton-Essex county line in or near the hamlet of Ausable Forks; beginning again at the Clinton-Essex county line in the vicinity of the hamlet of Keeseville, thence running generally northeasterly to the Clinton-Essex county line in the vicinity of the hamlet of Keeseville; beginning at the Hamilton-Essex county line west of the hamlet of Newcomb, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the hamlets of Aiden Lair and Minerva to the Warren-Essex county line south of the hamlet of Minerva; beginning at the Franklin-Essex county line in or near the village of Saranac Lake, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Lake Placid and the hamlet of Wilmington to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Jay; beginning at state highway five thousand one hundred seventy-nine west of the hamlet of Severance, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Severance, Paradox Lake, and Chilson to a point in or near the village of Ticonderoga, thence running generally southerly to the Essex-Warren county line south of the village of Ticonderoga; beginning at the Warren-Essex county line north of the hamlet of Hague, thence running generally northeasterly to the village of Ticonderoga; beginning at a state highway near the village of Ticonderoga, thence running generally easterly to a point in the vicinity of Fort Ticonderoga; beginning at state highway one thousand four hundred eleven in or near the hamlet of Whallonsburg, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Essex and Willsboro to the Clinton-Essex county line northwest of the hamlet of Willsboro; beginning at state highway eight hundred forty-one south of the village of Port Henry, thence running generally northeasterly to the eastern shore of Lake Champlain in the Crown Point reservation; beginning in the village of Elizabethtown, thence running generally easterly to the village of Westport; beginning in the village of Elizabethtown, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Lewis to state highway eight thousand two hundred thirty-eight south of the village of Keeseville; beginning at state highway one thousand nine hundred forty-six, west of the hamlet of Port Kent, thence running generally easterly to the hamlet of Port Kent; beginning in or near the hamlet of Euba Mills, thence running generally northwesterly to state highway five thousand two hundred thirty-eight east of the hamlet of Keene; beginning at state highway five thousand five hundred near the village of Lake Placid, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of North Elba to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Keene; beginning at state highway eight thousand three hundred ninety near the village of Lake Placid, thence running generally southerly to the John Brown memorial; beginning at state highway eight thousand three hundred ninety in or near the hamlet of North Elba, thence running generally southerly to the Mt. Van Hoevenburg bobsled run; beginning at a state highway west of the village of Ticonderoga, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Crown Point and the villages of Port Henry and Westport and the hamlet of Wadhams to a point in or near the hamlet of Whallonsburg; beginning at the Franklin-Essex county line in or near the village of Saranac Lake, thence running generally northeasterly to the Franklin-Essex county line near the village of Bloomingdale; beginning at interstate route 502 south of the hamlet of North Hudson, thence running generally easterly to state highway one thousand five hundred eighty south of the hamlet of North Hudson; beginning at a point on or near state highway seven hundred fifty-six east of the hamlet of Newcomb, thence running generally easterly to a point on or near state highway five thousand one hundred eighty in or near the hamlet of Schroon River; beginning at state highway one thousand nine hundred nine in the hamlet of Port Kent, thence running generally northeasterly to the vicinity of the ferry terminal in the hamlet of Port Kent.

  All that portion of the state highway system identified as route twenty-eight-n and running from North Creek through the towns of Minerva and Newcomb to the town of Long Lake shall be designated and known as "The Roosevelt-Marcy Memorial Highway."

  2. Effective April first, nineteen hundred eighty-five, the legislative body of the county of Essex having previously approved the exchange of highways described in this paragraph, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the town road described as follows: "beginning at state highway one thousand nine hundred nine in the hamlet of Port Kent, thence running generally northeasterly to the vicinity of the ferry terminal in the hamlet of Port Kent"; and to transfer to the county of Essex for future maintenance as part of the Essex county road system and to issue an official order of abandonment of the highway described as follows: "beginning at a state highway in or near the village of Bloomingdale, thence running generally northerly to the Franklin-Essex county line near the village of Bloomingdale".

  16. Franklin county. 1. Beginning at the Hamilton-Franklin county line west of Duck lake, thence running generally northwesterly to the Franklin-St. Lawrence county line; beginning at the St. Lawrence-Franklin county line southeast of the hamlet of Veteran Mountain, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Moody to the village of Tupper Lake; beginning at the St. Lawrence-Franklin county line east of the hamlet of Piercefield, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Tupper Lake to the Franklin-Essex county line in or near the village of Saranac Lake; beginning at state highway nine thousand ten south of the hamlet of Wawbeek, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Upper Saranac, Lake Clear, Paul Smiths, Meacham Lake, the village of Malone and the hamlet of Constable to the Canadian border near the hamlet of Trout River; beginning at a point in or near the village of Malone, thence running generally northeasterly to state highway five thousand six hundred thirteen west of the hamlet of Thayers Corners; beginning at the Essex-Franklin county line north of the village of Bloomingdale, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Merrills Corners to the Franklin-Clinton county line west of the hamlet of Riverview; beginning at the Essex-Franklin county line east of the village of Saranac Lake, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Saranac Lake and the hamlet of Harrietstown, thence generally westerly through or near the hamlet of Gabriels to the hamlet of Paul Smiths; beginning at state highway eight thousand two hundred twenty-two in or near the hamlet of Lake Clear Junction, thence running generally easterly to a state highway south of the hamlet of Harrietstown; beginning at the St. Lawrence-Franklin county line west of the hamlet of St. Regis Falls, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the hamlets of St. Regis Falls and Santa Clara to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Meacham Lake; beginning at the St. Lawrence-Franklin county line east of the hamlet of Rooseveltown, thence running generally southerly through or near the hamlets of Hogansburg, Bombay, Moira and Dickinson to a state highway in or near the hamlet of St. Regis Falls; beginning at the St. Lawrence-Franklin county line northeast of the hamlet of Helena, thence running generally northerly to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Hogansburg; beginning at state highway eight hundred twenty east of the hamlet of Hogansburg, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Fort Covington, the hamlets of Westville Center, Constable and Thayers Corners, and the village of Chateaugay to the Franklin-Clinton county line; beginning at the St. Lawrence-Franklin county line southwest of the hamlet of Dickinson, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Dickinson and Bangor to a point in or near the village of Malone; beginning at a point in or near the village of Malone, thence running generally northwesterly to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Westville Center; beginning at the St. Lawrence-Franklin county line west of the hamlet of Moira, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Moira and North Bangor to a point in or near the village of Malone; beginning at the Clinton-Franklin county line southeast of the hamlet of Bannerhouse, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of The Forge to a state highway in or near the village of Chateaugay; beginning at a state highway north of the hamlet of The Forge, thence running generally easterly to the Franklin-Clinton county line; beginning at state highway eight thousand one hundred twenty-nine in or near the hamlet of Merrills Corners, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlet of Duane center to state highway eight thousand eighty-five; beginning at a point on state highway one thousand six hundred fifty-nine in or near the hamlet of Fort Covington, thence running generally northwesterly to a point on or near the United States-Canada border line.

  2. Effective April first, nineteen hundred eighty, the legislative bodies of the county of Franklin and the village of Malone having previously approved the exchange of highways described in this paragraph, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the county roads and village streets described as follows: "beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Westville Center, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Constable to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Hawks Hollow; beginning at a state highway north of the hamlet of The Forge, thence running generally easterly to the Franklin-Clinton county line; beginning at a point on state highway 49-10, thence running generally northeasterly to a point on state highway five thousand five hundred fifty-two, entirely in the village of Malone"; and to transfer to the county of Franklin for future maintenance as part of the county highway system in Franklin county and to issue official orders of abandonment of those portions of highway described as follows: "beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Bangor, thence running generally northerly to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Bangor, thence running generally northerly to a state highway in or near the hamlet of North Bangor; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of The Forge, thence running generally easterly to the Franklin-Clinton county line; beginning at the Franklin-Essex county line, northwest of the village of Bloomingdale, thence running generally westerly to a point at or near the junction of state highways one thousand two hundred fifty-one and fifty-two dash seventeen, southeast of the hamlet of Gabriels; beginning at a state highway in the village of Chateaugay, thence running generally northerly to the Canadian border".

  17. Fulton county. 1. Beginning at the Herkimer-Fulton county line in or near the village of Dolgeville, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Oppenheim, Lassellsville, Rockwood and Cork to the western city line of Johnstown; beginning at the eastern city line of Johnstown, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Broadalbin to the Fulton-Saratoga county line; beginning at the Montgomery-Fulton county line, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Crum Creek to the hamlet of Oppenheim; beginning at the Montgomery-Fulton county line, thence running generally easterly to state highway six hundred twenty in the hamlet of Ephratah, thence continuing easterly to state highway one thousand five hundred ninety-seven in or near the hamlet of Ephratah; beginning at the Montgomery-Fulton county line, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Ephratah to a point on state highway five thousand five hundred fifty-four in or near the hamlet of Caroga; beginning at state highway five thousand five hundred fifty-four at or near the hamlet of Rockwood, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Fullers Corners and Newkirk Mills to state highway six hundred eighteen south of the hamlet of Caroga Lake; beginning in or near the hamlet of Cork, thence running generally northwesterly to a point near the hamlet of Fullers Corners; beginning in or near the hamlet of Ephratah, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Kecks Center to the western city line of Johnstown; beginning at the Montgomery-Fulton county line, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlet of Sammonsville, thence generally northeasterly to or near the western city line of Johnstown; beginning at the Montgomery-Fulton county line, thence running generally northeasterly to the southern city line of Johnstown near Union avenue; beginning at the western city line of Gloversville at the end of Rose street, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlets of Meco, Wheelerville and Pine Lake to the Fulton-Hamilton county line; beginning at the Herkimer-Fulton county line in or near the hamlet of Stratford, thence running generally easterly to a point in or near the hamlet of Pine Lake; beginning at the western city line of Gloversville at the end of West Eleventh avenue, thence running generally northerly to a point in or near the hamlet of Bleecker; beginning at the eastern city line of Gloversville near the southern end of Kingsboro avenue, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the village of Mayfield to the hamlet of Cranberry Creek, thence generally northerly along the western shore of the Sacandaga reservoir to the Fulton-Hamilton county line; beginning at or near the village of Northville, thence running generally easterly over the Sacandaga reservoir to the east end of the Northville bridge in the village of Northville; beginning at county road one hundred fifty-four near the city of Gloversville, thence running generally easterly to or near the village of Mayfield; beginning at a point on state highway five hundred forty-four thence running generally northwesterly to the eastern city line of Gloversville; beginning at the Montgomery-Fulton county line, thence running generally northwesterly to the eastern city line of Johnstown on East State street; beginning near the eastern city line of Johnstown on state highway three hundred sixty-one, thence running generally northerly to the eastern city line of Johnstown on East Avenue; beginning at or near the eastern city line of Johnstown on state highway five hundred forty-four, thence running generally northerly to a point on the southern city line of Gloversville; beginning at the Montgomery-Fulton county line, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Perth and Vail Mills, thence generally northwesterly to a point in or near the village of Mayfield; beginning at a point on the easterly city line of Gloversville, thence running generally easterly and southeasterly to a point on state highway five hundred forty-three west of the hamlet of Vail Mills.

  2. Effective April first, nineteen hundred eighty, the legislative body of the county of Fulton, having previously approved the exchange of highways described in this paragraph, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the county road described as follows: "beginning at a point on the easterly city line of Gloversville, thence running generally easterly and southeasterly to a point on state highway five hundred forty-three west of the hamlet of Vail Mills"; and to transfer to the county of Fulton for future maintenance as part of the county highway system in Fulton county and to issue official orders of abandonment of those portions of highway described as follows: "beginning at a county road thence running generally easterly along state highway 49-2 to the easterly end of state highway 49-2 west of the hamlet of Meco; beginning at the northern city line of Gloversville near Easterly avenue, thence running generally northerly to county road one hundred twenty-two, thence generally easterly to the west end of county road one hundred two; beginning in or near the hamlet of West Perth, thence running generally northwesterly to a point on state highway five hundred forty-four."

  3. Upon the completion and acceptance of the construction of that portion of the above described highway "Beginning at the Herkimer-Fulton county line in or near the village of Dolgeville, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Oppenheim, Lassellsville, Rockwood and Cork to the western city line of Johnstown" from a point on state highway one hundred nine easterly to the western city line of Johnstown, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order of abandonment of that portion of state highway one hundred nine from a point to be determined by the commissioner easterly and southeasterly to the westerly city line of Johnstown, and upon the filing of certified copies of such official orders with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the board of supervisors, the county superintendent of highways of Fulton county and the state comptroller, the state shall cease to maintain said portion of state highway one hundred nine and all rights and obligations of the state therein shall revert to and become the responsibility of the county of Fulton.

  18. Genesee county. Beginning at the Erie-Genesee county line, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Darien Center and Darien, the village of Alexander and the hamlets of Bethany Center and Pavilion Center to the Genesee-Livingston county line; beginning at the Erie-Genesee county line, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Pembroke, East Pembroke and Bushville to the western city line of Batavia; beginning at the eastern city line of Batavia, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Stafford and the village of LeRoy to the Genesee-Livingston county line; beginning at the Niagara-Genesee county line, thence running generally southeasterly to a point in or near the hamlet of Alabama Center, from a point in or near the hamlet of Basom, thence running generally easterly through or near the villages of Oakfield and Elba and the hamlet of Byron to or near the village of Bergen; beginning at the Wyoming-Genesee county line, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Darien Center, the village of Corfu and the hamlets of Indian Falls, Basom and Alabama Center to the Genesee-Orleans county line; beginning at the Wyoming-Genesee county line, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the village of Alexander to the southern city line of Batavia; beginning at the northern city line of Batavia, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Elba and the hamlet of Langton Corners to the Genesee-Orleans county line; beginning at the Wyoming-Genesee county line, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Pavilion and Pavilion Center, the village of LeRoy, the hamlet of Fort Hill and the village of Bergen to the Genesee-Monroe county line; beginning at the Erie-Genesee county line, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Corfu and the hamlet of West Batavia to the southwestern city line of Batavia; beginning at the eastern city line of Batavia, thence running generally northeasterly to the Genesee-Monroe county line south of the village of Bergen; beginning at the Wyoming-Genesee county line near the village of Attica, thence running generally northwesterly to a point in or near the hamlet of Darien; beginning at the Wyoming-Genesee county line, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlets of Pavilion, Texaco Town and East Bethany to the southern city line of Batavia; beginning at the western city line of Batavia, thence running generally northwesterly to or near the village of Oakfield; beginning at the Erie-Genesee county line, thence running generally northeasterly to or near the hamlet of Basom; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Stafford, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of South Byron and Byron to the Genesee-Orleans county line; beginning at a point in the village of Bergen, thence running generally easterly to the Genesee-Monroe county line; beginning at a point south of the village of Bergen, thence running generally northeasterly near the southeastern corner of the village of Bergen to the Genesee-Monroe county line.

  19. Greene county. Beginning at the Ulster-Greene county line, thence running generally northerly along the Hudson river through or near the villages of Catskill, Athens and Coxsackie and the hamlet of New Baltimore, to the Greene-Albany county line; beginning at the Delaware-Greene county line at or near the hamlet of Prattsville, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Ashland, Windham, South Durham, Cairo and Leeds, to state highway five thousand seven hundred sixteen in or near the village of Catskill; beginning at state highway five thousand four hundred ninety-one east of the hamlet of Prattsville, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Lexington and Jewett Center, the villages of Hunter and Tannersville, and the hamlets of Haines Falls and Palenville, to state highway five thousand twenty-seven south of the village of Catskill; beginning at the Ulster-Greene county line north of the hamlet of Bushnellsville, thence running generally northerly to a point in or near the hamlet of Lexington; beginning at the Ulster-Greene county line northeast of the hamlet of Phoenicia, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Lanesville and Stony Clove to state highway one thousand two hundred forty-two; beginning at a point in or near the village of Hunter, thence running generally northerly to a point in or near the hamlet of Windham; beginning at the Ulster-Greene county line north of the hamlet of Saxon, thence running generally northerly to a point in or near the hamlet of Palenville; beginning at the Ulster-Greene county line southeast of the hamlet of Palenville, thence running generally northerly to or near state highway eight hundred eighty-seven near the hamlet of Cairo; beginning at the Albany-Greene county line, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the hamlets of Durham and East Durham, to a point in or near the hamlet of Cairo; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Cairo, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Freehold and Greenville, to the Greene-Albany county line; beginning at the Albany-Greene county line, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Oak Hill, Greenville and Earlton to a point in or near the village of Coxsackie; beginning at state highway five thousand three hundred seventy near the hamlet of New Baltimore, thence running generally northerly to the Greene-Albany county line south of the hamlet of Coeymans; beginning at state highway five thousand three hundred sixty-six in or near the village of Catskill, thence running generally northerly to state highway five thousand three hundred sixty-nine west of the village of Coxsackie; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Oak Hill, thence running generally northerly to the Greene-Albany county line; beginning at state highway five thousand six hundred eighty-five in the village of Catskill, thence running generally easterly to state highway five thousand three hundred sixty-seven; beginning at the Schoharie-Greene county line north of the hamlet of West Durham, thence running generally northeasterly to the Greene-Albany county line north of the hamlet of West Durham.

  20. Hamilton county. Beginning at the Herkimer-Hamilton county line west of the hamlet of Morehouseville, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Morehouseville and Hoffmeister and along the southerly and easterly side of Piseco lake, thence running northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Lake Pleasant to a point in or near the village of Speculator; beginning at the Fulton-Hamilton county line in the vicinity of Stoner lake, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Arietta to a point south of Piseco lake; beginning at the Fulton-Hamilton county line on the westerly side of Sacandaga reservoir, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Hope and Wells, thence generally northerly along the west side of the Sacandaga river through or near the village of Speculator, thence generally northerly on the west side of Indian lake to the hamlet of Indian Lake, thence generally northwesterly to the hamlet of Blue Mountain Lake, thence generally northerly to the hamlet of Long Lake, thence generally northerly to the Hamilton-Franklin county line; beginning at a point on state highway five thousand five hundred fourteen, thence running generally northeasterly along the east side of the east branch of the Sacandaga river to the Hamilton-Warren county line; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Indian Lake, thence running generally easterly to the Hamilton-Warren county line near the hamlet of North River; beginning at the Herkimer-Hamilton county line near the hamlet of Eagle Bay, thence running generally easterly along the southerly side of Sixth, Seventh and Eighth lakes and Raquette lake to a point in or near the hamlet of Blue Mountain Lake; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Long Lake, thence running generally easterly to the Hamilton-Essex county line.

  All that portion of the state highway system identified as route twenty-eight-n and running from North Creek through the towns of Minerva and Newcomb to the town of Long Lake shall be designated and known as "The Roosevelt-Marcy Memorial Highway."

  21. Herkimer county. 1. Beginning at the Otsego-Herkimer county line west of the village of West Winfield, thence running generally northeasterly to the Herkimer-Oneida county line; beginning at the Oneida-Herkimer county line in or near the village of West Winfield, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of West Winfield to the Herkimer-Otsego county line; beginning at the Otsego-Herkimer county line east of the village of Richfield Springs, thence running generally easterly through the hamlet of Warren to the Herkimer-Otsego county line; beginning at the Otsego-Herkimer county line south of the village of West Winfield, thence running generally northerly to a point in or near the village of West Winfield; beginning at a point east of the village of West Winfield, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Cedarville to a point in or near the village of Ilion; beginning at the Otsego-Herkimer county line, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of South Columbia and Getman Corners to a point in or near the village of Mohawk; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Gulph, thence running generally northeasterly to a point in or near the village of Frankfort; beginning at the Otsego-Herkimer county line northeast of the village of Richfield Springs, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of Cullen, Jordanville and Paines Hollow to a point on state highway eight thousand four hundred seventeen south of the city of Little Falls; beginning at the Otsego-Herkimer county line, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of Vanhornesville and Starkville to the Herkimer-Montgomery county line; beginning at a point on or near the southern village line of Mohawk, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the hamlets of Edicks, Paines Hollow and Smith Corners to a point in or near the hamlet of Starkville; beginning at the Oneida-Herkimer county line and the eastern city line of Utica, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the villages of Frankfort, Ilion and Mohawk and the hamlets of Fort Herkimer, Jacksonburg and Indian Castle to the Herkimer-Montgomery county line; beginning at the Oneida-Herkimer county line and the eastern city line of Utica, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the village of Herkimer to the western city line of Little Falls; beginning at the eastern city line of Little Falls, thence running generally southeasterly to the Herkimer-Montgomery county line; beginning at a point in or near the village of Mohawk at the west end of state highway eight thousand four hundred one, thence running generally northerly to a point on state highway forty-eight dash eleven; beginning at a point on state highway eight thousand four hundred one, thence running generally northerly to the southern city line of Little Falls; beginning at the west end of state highway eight hundred thirty-one-CA thence running generally easterly and southerly over the Mohawk river and Barge Canal to a point on state highway eight thousand four hundred seventeen; beginning at the west end of state highway five thousand one hundred five at a point on or near the eastern city line of Little Falls, thence running generally southeasterly to a point on the eastern city line of Little Falls; beginning at a point on or near state highway five thousand one hundred five on the eastern city line of Little Falls, thence running generally easterly to the east end of state highway eight thousand four hundred ninety-eight; beginning at a point in or near the village of Herkimer, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Middleville, thence running easterly through or near the hamlets of Fairfield and Salisbury Center to the Herkimer-Fulton county line; beginning at a point on or near the northern city line of Little Falls, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the villages of Middleville, Newport and Poland to the Herkimer-Oneida county line; beginning at the Oneida-Herkimer county line near county road two hundred forty-two, thence running generally southeasterly to the Oneida-Herkimer county line; beginning at a point on or near the northern city line of Little Falls, thence running generally northerly to a point on or near state highway four hundred sixty-six east of the hamlet of Fairfield; beginning at a point on or near state highway four hundred sixty-eight, thence running generally northeasterly to a point in or near the hamlet of Burrell Corners; beginning at a point on or near the eastern city line of Little Falls, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Manheim Center, the village of Dolgeville and the hamlet of Salisbury Center to the north end of state highway four hundred sixty-three; beginning at a point in or near the village of Dolgeville, thence running generally easterly to the Herkimer-Fulton county line; beginning at a point on state highway four hundred sixty-three in or near the hamlet of Salisbury Center, thence running generally northerly to a point on state highway four hundred sixty-four in or near the hamlet of Salisbury Center; beginning at a point on state highway four hundred fifty-six west of the Montgomery-Herkimer county line, thence running generally northwesterly to a point near the hamlet of Manheim Center; beginning at a point on state highway five thousand five hundred fifty-nine in or near the village of Poland, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the village of Cold Brook and the hamlets of Wilmurt and Nobleboro to the Herkimer-Hamilton county line; beginning at the Oneida-Herkimer county line on or near the north side of Hinckley reservoir, thence running generally easterly to a point on state highway eight thousand ninety west of the hamlet of Wilmurt; beginning at the Oneida-Herkimer county line, thence running generally northeasterly through the hamlets of McKeever, Thendara, Old Forge and Eagle Bay to the Herkimer-Hamilton county line; beginning at a point on state highway eight hundred thirty-one, thence running generally northwesterly to the eastern city line of Little Falls; beginning at the Oneida-Herkimer county line east of the hamlet of Washington Mills, thence running generally southeasterly to a point in or near the hamlet of Gulph; beginning at a point south of the village of Herkimer on state highway eight thousand four hundred one, thence running northwesterly to a point on state highway forty-eight dash eleven in the village of Herkimer.

  2. Upon the completion and acceptance of the highway described as "beginning at a point on state highway eight hundred thirty-one, thence running generally northwesterly to the eastern city line of Little Falls", the commissioner shall abandon by official orders (1) to the town of Danube that portion of state highway eight hundred thirty-one from its intersection with the highway mentioned above northwesterly and northerly to its junction with state highway eight hundred thirty-one-CA, which shall be discontinued as a public highway, and (2) to the town of Manheim all of state highway five thousand one hundred five and that portion of state highway four hundred fifty-six from its intersection with state highway five thousand one hundred five northeasterly to its intersection with state highway eight thousand four hundred ninety-eight-A. Upon the filing of certified copies of such official orders with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the board of supervisors, the county superintendent of highways, the supervisors of the towns of Danube and Manheim, all of Herkimer county, and the state comptroller, the state shall cease to maintain the said state highways and portions of highways, and they shall be turned over and surrendered as respectively designated in the aforementioned official orders (1) and (2) to the towns of Danube and Manheim, together with all the rights and obligations of the state therein, to be maintained thereafter respectively by the towns of Danube and Manheim.

  3. Effective April first, nineteen hundred eighty-one, the legislative body of the county of Herkimer having approved the exchange of highways described in this paragraph, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the county road described as follows: "beginning at a point south of the village of Herkimer on state highway eight thousand four hundred one, thence running northwesterly to a point on state highway forty-eight dash eleven in the village of Herkimer"; and to transfer to the county of Herkimer and to issue official orders of abandonment of those portions of highway described as follows: "beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Columbia Center thence running generally northeasterly to a point in or near the hamlet of Getman Corners".

  22. Jefferson county. 1. Beginning at a point in or near the village of Cape Vincent, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the villages of Clayton and Alexandria Bay to the Jefferson-St. Lawrence county line including connections within the village of Clayton; beginning at a point in or near the village of Cape Vincent, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the village of Chaumont to a point in the village of Brownville, thence southerly to a point on state highway one thousand one hundred eighty-two; beginning at the Oswego-Jefferson county line north of the hamlet of Sandy Creek, thence running generally northerly through or near the villages of Mannsville and Adams and the hamlet of Adams Center to the southern city line of Watertown; beginning at state highway one thousand one hundred thirty-four in or near the city of Watertown, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Deferiet and the hamlet of Fargo to the Jefferson-St. Lawrence county line east of the hamlet of Natural Bridge; beginning at state highway five thousand six hundred fifty-one north of the city of Watertown, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Pamelia and Redwood to the Jefferson-St. Lawrence county line southwest of the village of Hammond; beginning at the northern city line of Watertown, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the villages of Evans Mills, Philadelphia and Antwerp to the Jefferson-St. Lawrence county line southwest of the hamlet of Somerville; beginning at state highway eight thousand one hundred five south of Evans Mills, thence easterly to a point on the boundary of Fort Drum; beginning at the Jefferson-Oswego county line northwest of the village of Sandy Creek, thence running generally northerly and northeasterly along Lake Ontario west of the hamlet of Henderson and through or near the hamlet of Baggs Corners to the western city line of Watertown; beginning at the northwestern city line of Watertown, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlet of Gunns Corners to the village of Clayton; beginning at state highway one hundred eighty-one south of the village of Dexter, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Dexter and the hamlets of Gunns Corners and LaFargeville to an intersection with state highway five thousand three hundred four; beginning at a point in or near the village of Alexandria Bay, thence running generally southeasterly to state highway one thousand five hundred seventy-seven-A; beginning at state highway four hundred twenty-three west of the village of Theresa, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Theresa, thence southeasterly to a point on state highway five thousand five hundred forty-eight in the village of Philadelphia; beginning at a point in or near the village of Clayton, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of LaFargeville to a point on state highway one thousand one hundred fifty-one west of the village of Theresa; beginning at the Jefferson-Lewis county line southeast of the village of Carthage, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Carthage to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Fargo; beginning at the southeastern city line of Watertown, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Burrs Mills to the Jefferson-Lewis county line west of the village of Copenhagen; beginning at interstate route five hundred five, thence southerly via the hamlet of Adams Center, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Rodman to the Jefferson-Lewis county line east of the hamlet of Tremains Corners; beginning at a point in or near the village of Deferiet, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the villages of Herrings, Carthage and West Carthage to the Jefferson-Lewis county line; beginning at state highway five thousand three hundred thirty-two-A in the village of West Carthage, thence northwesterly via the hamlet of Great Bend to an intersection with state highways five thousand six hundred eighty-one and five thousand six hundred seventeen east of the village of Evans Mills; beginning at state highway eight thousand four hundred eighteen, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Woodville and the village of Ellisburg to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Pierrepont Manor; beginning at a state highway in or near the village of Ellisburg, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Belleville to state highway one hundred eighty-three; beginning at a state highway west of the hamlet of Henderson, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Henderson to a point in or near the village of Adams; beginning at or near the junction of state highway eight thousand fifteen and one thousand one hundred eighty-two, thence running generally easterly to the western city line of Watertown; beginning at state highway one thousand one hundred thirty-four east of the city of Watertown easterly to a point in the village of West Carthage; beginning at a point on the city line of Watertown northeasterly to a point on state touring route three near Felts Mills; beginning at or near the junction of state highways five thousand one hundred forty and nine thousand three hundred sixty-three north of the city of Watertown, thence running generally easterly and southeasterly through or near the hamlet of Calcium to state highway five thousand five west of the village of Black River; beginning at the ramp of interstate route 505 north of the hamlet of Adams Center, thence running generally easterly to state highway five thousand four hundred twenty-six.

  2. Effective August first, nineteen hundred seventy-nine, the legislative bodies of the county of Jefferson and the village of Brownville having previously approved the exchange of highways described in this paragraph, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the county roads and village streets described as follows: "beginning at a point in or near the village of Cape Vincent, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the village of Chaumont to a point in the village of Brownville, thence southerly to a point on state highway one thousand one hundred eighty-two", consisting of a connection between state highways one thousand one hundred eighty-two and one thousand eight hundred forty-five across the Black river in the village of Brownville; "beginning at state highway four hundred twenty-three west of the village of Theresa, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Theresa, thence southeasterly to a point on state highway five thousand five hundred forty-eight in the village of Philadelphia", consisting of a connection between state highway four hundred twenty-three and the village of Theresa; "beginning at interstate route five hundred five southerly via the hamlet of Adams Center, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Rodman to the Jefferson-Lewis county line east of the hamlet of Tremains Corners", consisting of a connection between interstate route five hundred five and the hamlet of Adams Center; all of that route described as "beginning at state highway five thousand three hundred thirty-two-A in the village of West Carthage northwesterly via the hamlet of Great Bend to an intersection with state highways five thousand six hundred eighty-one and five thousand six hundred seventeen east of the village of Evans Mills"; all of that route described as "beginning at state highway one thousand one hundred thirty-four east of the city of Watertown easterly to a point in the village of West Carthage"; all of that route described as "beginning at a point on the city line of Watertown northeasterly to a point on state touring route three near Felts Mills"; and to transfer to the county of Jefferson for future maintenance as part of the Jefferson county road system and to issue official orders of abandonment of those portions of highway described as follows: beginning at state highway five thousand three hundred four northerly to the hamlet of Fishers Landing; beginning at state highway one thousand one hundred fifty-one easterly to state highway two hundred thirty-six north of the hamlet of Redwood; beginning at state highway one thousand one hundred fifty-one west of the village of Theresa to a point within the village of Theresa; beginning east of the village of Theresa to a point in or near the village of Antwerp; beginning at a point south of the village of Antwerp, thence running generally northerly to a point in or near the village of Antwerp; beginning at a point in or near the village of Adams, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Lorraine and Worth to state highway one thousand seven hundred fifty-one west of the hamlet of Barnes Corners; beginning at a point in the village of Brownville easterly to the western city line of Watertown; beginning at the northerly approach span of the Thousand Island bridge, thence running northerly to the Canadian border.

  23. Kings county. Beginning at a point near the Atlantic avenue pumping station in the vicinity of East New York, thence running generally southeasterly along a pipeline to the Kings-Queens county line in the vicinity of Ozone park. (Conduit avenue).

  24. Lewis county. 1. Beginning at the Oneida-Lewis county line northwest of the village of Booneville, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the village of Turin and the village of Lowville and the hamlet of Deer River to the Lewis-Jefferson county line northwest of the hamlet of Deer River; beginning at the Lewis-Jefferson county line near the hamlet of Natural Bridge, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the village of Harrisville to the Lewis-St. Lawrence county line northeast of the village of Harrisville; beginning at the Lewis-Oneida county line south of the hamlet of West Leyden, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of West Leyden and the village of Constableville, thence continuing northeasterly to the hamlet of Potters Corners; beginning at the Oneida-Lewis county line south of the village of Port Leyden, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Port Leyden and the villages of Lyons Falls and Lowville, thence continuing generally westerly through the hamlet of Barnes Corners to the Jefferson-Lewis county line: the total cost of the highway-railroad separation in the village of Lyons Falls necessary in the construction of the last described highway, where no crossing now exists, may be borne by the state and be paid for from any state or federal moneys available for the construction or reconstruction of state highways; beginning at the hamlet of West Lowville, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the village of Copenhagen to the Jefferson-Lewis county line northwest of the village of Copenhagen; beginning in the village of Lowville, thence running generally northeasterly to the village of Croghan; beginning at a point on or near state highway one thousand one hundred ninety-three in the village of Croghan, thence running northerly through or near the hamlet of Indian River to a point on or near state highway eight thousand two hundred thirteen at or near the hamlet of Remington Corners; beginning at the village of Croghan, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlets of Beaver Falls and Naumburg to the Jefferson-Lewis county line northwest of the hamlet of Naumburg; beginning in the hamlet of Potters Corners, thence running generally northeasterly to the village of Lyons Falls; beginning in the hamlet of West Leyden, thence running generally easterly to the Oneida-Lewis county line east of the hamlet of West Leyden; beginning at a point on state highway five thousand three hundred thirty-two-B southwest of the village of Castorland, thence running generally northeasterly to the hamlet of Naumburg; beginning at the hamlet of Copenhagen, thence running generally northeasterly to the hamlet of Deer River; beginning at the hamlet of West Lowville, thence running generally southerly to the hamlet of Sheldon Corners; beginning at the hamlet of Locust Grove, thence running generally northeasterly to the village of Port Leyden.

  2. Effective April first, nineteen hundred eighty, the legislative bodies of the county of Lewis and the village of Croghan having previously approved the exchange of highways described in this paragraph, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the county road and village street described as follows: "beginning at a state highway in the village of Croghan thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Indian River to a point on a state highway at or near the hamlet of Remington Corners"; and to transfer to the county of Lewis for future maintenance as part of the county highway system in Lewis county and to issue official orders of abandonment of these portions of highway described as follows: "beginning at a state highway in the hamlet of Barnes Corners, thence running generally northeasterly to a state highway in the village of Copenhagen".

  25. Livingston county. 1. Beginning at the Wyoming-Livingston county line near the hamlet of Portageville, thence running generally easterly through or near the villages of Nunda and Dansville to the Livingston-Steuben county line; beginning at the Wyoming-Livingston county line northeast of the hamlet of Perry Center, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Leicester, the hamlet of Cuylerville, the village of Geneseo, the hamlet of Lakeville and the village of Livonia to state highway seven hundred seventeen; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Hemlock, thence running generally easterly to the Livingston-Ontario county line; beginning at the Genesee-Livingston county line east of the village of Leroy, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the villages of Caledonia and Avon, the hamlet of East Avon and the village of Lima to the Livingston-Ontario county line; beginning at the Allegany-Livingston county line south of the hamlet of Dalton, thence running generally northerly to a point in or near the hamlet of Dalton to be determined by the commissioner; beginning at a point north of the hamlet of Dalton, thence running generally northerly through or near the villages of Nunda, Mount Morris, Leicester and Caledonia to the Livingston-Monroe county line; beginning at a point in or near the village of Dansville, thence running generally easterly then northerly through or near the hamlet of Scottsburg, Millville and East Avon to the Livingston-Monroe county line; beginning at the Steuben-Livingston county line north of the village of Wayland, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Springwater to the Livingston-Ontario county line; beginning at the Ontario-Livingston county line south of the hamlet of Hemlock, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Hemlock and the village of Lima to the Livingston-Monroe county line near the village of Honeoye Falls; beginning at the Allegany-Livingston county line northwest of the hamlet of Swain, thence running generally northwesterly near the hamlet of Dalton to state highway five thousand two hundred seventy-two; beginning at state highway five thousand two hundred seventy-one near the hamlet of Brooks Grove, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Tuscarora; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Ross Corners to a state highway near the hamlet of Groveland Station; beginning at the Steuben-Livingston county line south of the village of Dansville, thence running generally northerly and northwesterly through or near the village of Dansville, the hamlets of Groveland Station and Hampton Corners, the village of Geneseo and the hamlets of Piffard and Greigsville to the Livingston-Wyoming county line; beginning at a state highway in or near the village of Dansville, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlets of West Sparta and Sonyea to a point in or near the village of Mount Morris; beginning at a state highway in or near the village of Mount Morris, thence running generally easterly to state highway eight thousand one hundred twelve; beginning at the Genesee-Livingston county line east of the hamlet of Pavilion Center, thence running generally easterly to state highway five thousand two hundred seventy-three; beginning at state highway five thousand two hundred seventy-three, thence running generally northerly to the Livingston-Monroe county line near the Genesee river; beginning at state highway eight hundred fifty-six in the village of Geneseo, thence running generally northerly to state highway five thousand three hundred two in the village of Avon; beginning at state highway one thousand thirty in the village of Avon, thence running generally easterly and northerly to state highway five thousand three hundred two in the village of Avon; beginning at the Wyoming-Livingston county line east of the village of Perry, thence running generally northeasterly to state highway one thousand two hundred forty-eight; beginning at a state highway near the hamlet of Springwater, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlet of Conesus to a state highway in or near the village of Livonia; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Lakeville, thence running generally northwesterly to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Millville; beginning at state highway five thousand three hundred ninety-eight near the southeast Dansville village line, thence running generally northeasterly to a state highway in the village of Dansville; beginning at the Monroe-Livingston county line south of the village of Honeoye Falls, thence running generally southeasterly to the Livingston-Ontario county line.

  2. Effective April first, nineteen hundred eighty-three, the legislative bodies of the county of Livingston and the villages of Dansville and Nunda having previously approved the exchange of highways described in this paragraph, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the county roads and village streets described as follows: "beginning at state highway five thousand two hundred seventy-one in the village of Nunda, thence running generally easterly to a point on or near state highway eight hundred sixty-seven in the village of Dansville", consisting of a portion of the route described in paragraph one hereof which begins at the Wyoming-Livingston county line near the hamlet of Portageville and ends at the Livingston-Steuben county line; that portion of the route described in paragraph one hereof as "beginning at a point in or near the village of Dansville, thence running generally easterly then northerly through or near the hamlet of Scottsburg, Millville and East Avon to the Livingston-Monroe county line" that lies within the village of Dansville between state highway five thousand three hundred ninety-eight and state highway one thousand five hundred seventy-four; and to transfer to the county of Livingston for future maintenance as part of the Livingston county road system and to issue official orders of abandonment of those highways described as follows: "beginning at a point at or near state highway eight thousand four hundred three north of the village of Dansville, thence running generally northerly to a state highway near the hamlet of Conesus;" that portion of the route described as "beginning at the Allegany-Livingston county line south of the hamlet of Dalton, thence running generally northerly through or near the villages of Nunda, Mount Morris, Leicester and Caledonia to the Livingston-Monroe county line" which lies in or near the hamlet of Dalton; that portion of the route described as "beginning at state highway five thousand two hundred seventy-one near the hamlet of Brooks Grove, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Tuscarora to a state highway near the hamlet of Groveland Station" which lies between a point near the hamlet of Tuscarora and a point in or near the hamlet of Ross Corners.

  26. Madison county. Beginning at the Cortland-Madison county line near the village of DeRuyter, thence running generally easterly and northerly through or near the village of DeRuyter, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Sheds and New Woodstock to a point in or near the village of Cazenovia; beginning at a point in or near the village of Cazenovia, thence running generally northerly in the vicinity of the hamlet of Chittenango Falls to a point in or near the village of Chittenango; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Sheds, thence running generally southeasterly to a point in or near the hamlet of Georgetown; beginning at the Onondaga-Madison county line, thence running generally easterly to a point in or near the hamlet of New Woodstock; beginning at the Onondaga-Madison county line, thence running generally easterly through or near the villages of Cazenovia and Morrisville and the hamlets of Pine Woods and Bouckville and the village of Madison, to the Madison-Oneida county line; beginning at the southerly end of state highway three hundred thirty-seven west of the village of Cazenovia, thence running generally northwesterly to the Madison-Onondaga county line; beginning at the Onondaga-Madison county line east of the hamlet of Eagle Village, thence running generally easterly to a point in or near the village of Chittenango; beginning at the Onondaga-Madison county line east of the hamlet of Mycenae, thence running generally easterly and northerly through or near the village of Chittenango, thence generally easterly through or near the village of Wampsville and southerly of the city of Oneida, to the Madison-Oneida county line; beginning at the Chenango-Madison county line south of the hamlet of Georgetown, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Georgetown, West Eaton and Eaton to a point east of Lelands pond; beginning at the Chenango-Madison county line in or near the village of Earlville, thence running generally northerly through or near the villages of Earlville and Hamilton, thence northerly and northeasterly to a point east of the hamlet of Bouckville; beginning at a point north of the village of Hamilton called Pecksport, thence running generally northerly to the hamlet of Pine Woods; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Pine Woods, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Munnsville to a point just southerly of the south city line of Oneida (high tax district); beginning at the Chenango-Madison county line south of the hamlet of East Hamilton, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of East Hamilton and North Brookfield Station to the Madison-Oneida county line; beginning at a point east of the village of Madison, thence running generally northerly to the Madison-Oneida county line at a point on or near the southern village line of Oriskany Falls; beginning at the Chenango-Madison county line at a point southeast of the hamlet of South Brookfield, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of West Edmeston and Leonardsville to the Madison-Oneida county line at a point on or near the southern village line of Bridgewater; beginning at the Onondaga-Madison county line west of the hamlet of Bridgeport, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Bridgeport, Lakeport, South Bay and Oneida Valley to the Madison-Oneida county line; beginning at a point south of the village of Canastota, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Canastota to the Madison-Oneida county line; beginning at a point in the city of Oneida, low tax district known as Five Corners, thence running generally northeasterly to the division line between the city of Oneida "low tax" and "high tax" districts; beginning at a point on the northern city line of Oneida, high tax district, thence running generally northwesterly to or near the hamlet of Oneida Valley; beginning at a point on state highway one thousand one hundred ten north of the city of Oneida, thence running generally northeasterly to the Madison-Oneida county line.

  27. Monroe county. 1. Beginning at the Livingston-Monroe county line near the village of Caledonia, thence running generally northerly and easterly through or near the hamlet of Mumford, the village of Scottsville, and the hamlets of Rush and Mendon to the Monroe-Ontario county line; beginning at the Genesee-Monroe county line at a point southeast of the village of Bergen, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Riga Center and Buckbee Corners to the Ballantyne bridge; beginning at the Ballantyne bridge, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Mortimer and the village of Pittsford, thence southeasterly through or near the hamlet of Bushnell Basin to the Monroe-Ontario county line; beginning at the Orleans-Monroe county line at a point southwest of the village of Brockport, thence running generally easterly through or near the villages of Brockport and Spencerport to the western city line of Rochester; beginning at the southern city line of Rochester near Highland avenue, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the village of Pittsford to the Monroe-Wayne county line; beginning at the Orleans-Monroe county line southeast of the hamlet of Murray, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Clarkson, Garland, Parma Corners and Greece to the western city line of Rochester; beginning at the northern city line of Rochester near Portland avenue, thence running generally easterly to state highway fifty-six dash seven; beginning at state highway fifty-two dash one, thence running generally easterly across Irondequoit bay, through or near the village of Webster to the Monroe-Wayne county line, said highway to be built with control of access; beginning at the Genesee-Monroe county line north of the village of Bergen, thence running northerly through or near the village of Brockport and the hamlets of Clarkson and Hamlin Center to a point south of Lake Ontario state parkway; beginning at state highway five thousand forty-six near the hamlet of Garbutt, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Buckbee Corners and North Chili, the village of Spencerport, the hamlets of Parma Corners and Parma Center and the village of Hilton to a point north of the village of Hilton; beginning at state highway five thousand forty-six in or near the village of Scottsville, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Scottsville to state highway two hundred fifty-two at a point southwest of the hamlet of Chili Center; beginning at state highway two hundred fifty-five in or near the hamlet of Chili Center, thence running generally northerly to state highway eighty-three; beginning at state highway eighty-three, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Elmgrove to state highway six; beginning at state highway one hundred sixty-five, thence running generally northerly to the intersection of the Lake Ontario state parkway; beginning at state highway eight thousand two hundred twenty-three at a point near the Monroe-Ontario county line, thence running generally northerly through or near the villages of Fairport and Webster to state highway five hundred seventy-three; beginning at the intersection of the Lake Ontario state parkway at a point approximately two miles west of the western city line of Rochester, thence running generally southerly through or near a point defined by the intersection of the Greece-Gates town line with the west city line of Rochester, thence running southerly and southeasterly to and outside the city line of Rochester to a point on Scottsville road; beginning at a point on Scottsville road, thence running generally southeasterly and easterly to a point in the town of Brighton southwest of the northwest corner of the town of Pittsford, thence generally northerly to the southern city line of Rochester; beginning at the eastern city line of Rochester, thence running generally northerly to the eastern city line of Rochester; beginning at the northern city line of Rochester, thence running generally northerly between the eastern city line of Rochester and Irondequoit bay to a point near Lake Ontario east of the hamlet of Sea Breeze and west of Irondequoit bay; beginning at the Genesee-Monroe county line east of the village of Bergen, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Churchville and the hamlets of North Chili and Gates Center to the western city line of Rochester; beginning at the Livingston-Monroe county line at a point south of the village of Scottsville, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Scottsville and along the west side of the Genesee river to the southern city line of Rochester at a point east of the airport; beginning at the Livingston-Monroe county line north of the hamlet of East Avon, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of West Henrietta to the southern city line of Rochester; beginning at the Livingston-Monroe county line north of the village of Lima, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Honeoye Falls and the hamlets of Rush and Henrietta to the southern city line of Rochester; beginning at the Livingston-Monroe county line in or near the village of Honeoye Falls, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Honeoye Falls and west of Mendon Ponds Park to state highway ninety-four; beginning at the Ontario-Monroe county line north of the hamlet of Ionia, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Mendon and the village of Pittsford to state highway sixty north of the village of Pittsford; beginning at the southeastern city line of Rochester, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the village of East Rochester to a point on or near the east village line of Fairport; beginning at or near the east village line of Fairport, thence running generally easterly to the Monroe-Wayne county line; beginning at state highway five on or near Clover street, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Penfield and East Penfield to the Monroe-Wayne county line; beginning at the eastern city line of Rochester near Fairhaven road, thence running generally easterly passing south of Penfield Center to the Monroe-Wayne county line; beginning at the eastern city line of Rochester near Clifford avenue, thence running generally easterly adjacent to the south end of Irondequoit bay, thence northerly and northeasterly through or near the village of Webster to the Monroe-Wayne county line; beginning at the Orleans-Monroe county line near the hamlet of Morton, thence running generally easterly to state highway eighty-one north of the hamlet of Hamlin; beginning at the Orleans-Monroe county line near the hamlet of Kendall Mills, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Hamlin and the village of Hilton to state highway one thousand two hundred eighty-one east of the village of Hilton; beginning at state highway five thousand forty-six at a point north of the hamlet of Mumford, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Riga Center and the village of Churchville to state highway six hundred thirty-four; beginning at state highway four hundred eighty, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Churchville to state highway five thousand five hundred thirty-nine at a point west of the village of Spencerport; beginning at state highway five thousand five hundred thirty-nine at a point southeast of the village of Brockport, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Garland to state highway one thousand seven hundred twenty-seven east of the hamlet of Hamlin; beginning at state highway one thousand two hundred eighty-two, thence running generally northerly to a point near the south limit of Hamlin Beach park; beginning at the Orleans-Monroe county line east of the village of Holley, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Brockport to state highway eighty in or near the village of Brockport; beginning at state highway four hundred ninety-two southeast of the village of Holley, thence running northerly along the Monroe-Orleans county line to state highway five thousand four hundred twenty-five; beginning at state highway two hundred sixty-nine in or near the hamlet of Parma Center, thence running generally easterly to state highway one thousand two hundred eighty-one; beginning at state highway one thousand two hundred eighty-one, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of North Greece to the Lake Ontario state parkway near the western city line of Rochester; beginning at state highway two hundred fifty-two east of the hamlet of Buckbee Corners, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Chili Center to the western city line of Rochester; beginning at state highway two hundred fifty-five at or near the hamlet of Chili Center, thence running generally easterly to state highway seventy-nine; beginning at a state highway at a point near the northeastern village line of Scottsville, thence running generally easterly to state highway six hundred forty-eight; beginning at state highway sixty-two, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Henrietta to state highway two hundred ninety-four, thence running generally easterly to state highway four hundred ninety-three south of the village of Pittsford; beginning at a state highway near the northeastern village line of Pittsford, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the village of East Rochester to state highway one hundred sixty-seven at a point near the hamlet of Penfield; beginning at state highway five hundred seventy-five west of the village of Honeoye Falls, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Honeoye Falls to state highway one thousand three hundred nineteen; beginning at state highway two hundred fifty-four, thence running generally easterly to the western city line of Rochester; beginning at state highway two hundred fifty-four, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Gates Center to state highway two hundred fifty-three; beginning at state highway fifty-two dash one at a point near Lake Ontario and east of the Irondequoit bay outlet, thence running generally easterly adjacent to the edge of Lake Ontario to state highway five hundred seventy-four; beginning at the city line of Rochester east of Culver road, thence running generally easterly to state highway fifty-two dash one; beginning at the eastern city line of Rochester, thence running generally easterly along the south side of Ellison park to state highway one hundred sixty-eight; beginning at state highway eight thousand four hundred forty-three at a point near the hamlet of Mortimer, thence running generally northeasterly adjacent to the east side of the Genesee river to the southern city line of Rochester; beginning at a point near the northwestern city line of Rochester, thence running generally northerly to the Lake Ontario state parkway; beginning at the intersection of the western expressway at a point near the Penn Central railroad, thence running generally easterly north of the Monroe county airport to state highway four hundred one; beginning at the eastern city line of Rochester, thence running generally southeasterly, southwest of the village of East Rochester and northeast of the village of Pittsford, and through or near the hamlet of Bushnell Basin to state highway eight thousand two hundred twenty-three; beginning at the intersection of the interstate route from Rochester to Bushnell Basin, thence running generally easterly to state highway one thousand three hundred thirty-seven in the village of East Rochester; beginning at state highway six hundred forty-eight at a point west of the hamlet of Rush, thence running generally northerly passing east of the hamlet of West Henrietta and west of the hamlet of Henrietta to the Rochester Outer Loop, interstate route five hundred ninety; beginning at the Outer Loop at a point west of the northwestern corner of the town of Pittsford, thence running generally easterly near the northwestern corner of the town of Pittsford to interstate route 490; beginning at state highway ninety-nine, thence running generally northwesterly to a state highway at a point just east of Irondequoit bay; beginning at the intersection of the western expressway at a point north of state highway eighty-three thence running generally westerly to state highway five thousand five hundred thirty-nine.

  2. Upon the completion and acceptance of that portion of the highway described above as "beginning at the Genesee-Monroe county line at a point southeast of the village of Bergen, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Riga Center and Buckbee Corners to the Ballantyne bridge" from the intersection of the state highway from Scottsville to Buckbee Corners, easterly to the Ballantyne bridge, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order of abandonment to the county of Monroe of the portion of state highway two hundred eighty-six north of its intersection with state highway one thousand two hundred eighty-two, in the town of Hamlin, and also that portion of state highway eighty-one lying north of its intersection with state highway two hundred eighty-six in the town of Hamlin, and upon the filing of certified copies of such official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the county legislative body, the county superintendent of highways of Monroe county, the supervisor of the town of Hamlin and the state comptroller, the state shall cease to maintain such portions of said state highway two hundred eighty-six and state highway eighty-one, and all the rights and obligations of the state therein shall revert to the county of Monroe and such portions of said state highways two hundred eighty-six and eighty-one shall thereafter be maintained by said county as a part of the county road system of said county.

  3. Effective April first, nineteen hundred eighty-four, the legislative bodies of the county of Monroe and the town of Henrietta having previously approved the exchange of highways described in this paragraph, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the town road described as follows: that portion of the route described in paragraph one hereof as "beginning at a state highway at a point near the northeastern village line of Scottsville, thence running generally easterly to state highway six hundred forty-eight" that runs from a point on state highway one thousand four hundred ninety-nine-A in or near the hamlet of Riverton, thence northerly and easterly to county road eighty-four; and to transfer to the town of Henrietta for future maintenance as part of the Henrietta town road system and to issue official orders of abandonment of that portion of state highway one thousand four hundred ninety-nine-A beginning at the intersection of said state highway and the aforesaid described town road, thence running generally easterly to county road eighty-four; and to transfer to the county of Monroe for future maintenance as part of the Monroe County road system and to issue official orders of abandonment of that portion of state highway one thousand four hundred ninety-nine-A, beginning at the intersection of said state highway and county road eighty-four, thence running generally northeasterly to its intersection with the aforesaid described town road.

  4. Effective April first, nineteen hundred eighty-four, the legislative body of the village of Fairport having previously approved the exchange of highways described in this paragraph, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the village street described as follows: that portion of the route described in paragraph one hereof as "beginning at the southeastern city line of Rochester, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the village of East Rochester to a point on or near the east village line of Fairport" that lies within the village of Fairport beginning at a point approximately 0.27 miles south of the southerly terminus of state highway five hundred seventy-four-A, thence running generally east and southeast to a point on or near the east village line of Fairport; and to transfer to the village of Fairport for future maintenance as part of the Fairport village road system and to issue official orders of abandonment of that portion of the route described as "beginning at state highway five hundred seventy-four-A in or near the village of Fairport, thence running generally easterly to the Monroe-Wayne county line" which lies between state highway five hundred seventy-four-A and the east village line of Fairport.

  8. Upon the completion and acceptance of the highway described above as "beginning at the intersection of the western expressway at a point near the Penn Central railroad, thence running generally easterly north of the Monroe county airport to state highway four hundred one", the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order of abandonment to the county of Monroe of all of state highway one thousand three hundred sixty-seven, and that portion of state highway four hundred one from its junction with state highway two hundred fifty-four easterly to its intersection with the proposed state highway described above; upon the filing of certified copies of such official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the county legislative body, the county superintendent of highways, all of Monroe county, and the state comptroller, the state shall cease to maintain the aforesaid state highway and portion of state highway specified for abandonment in said official order, and all the rights and obligations of the state therein shall be turned over and surrendered to the county of Monroe, the said highway and portion of highway to be maintained by Monroe county as a part of the county road system.

  9. Upon the completion and acceptance of the highway described above as "beginning at state highway eighty-three, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Elmgrove," the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order of abandonment to the county of Monroe of all of state highway four hundred eight upon the filing of certified copies of such official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the county legislative body, the county superintendent of highways, all of Monroe county, and the state comptroller, the state shall cease to maintain the aforesaid state highway specified for abandonment in said official order, and all the rights and obligations of the state therein shall be turned over and surrendered to the county of Monroe, the said highway to be maintained by Monroe county as a part of the county road system.

  10. Upon completion and acceptance of the highways described above as "beginning at the northern city line of Rochester near Portland avenue, thence running generally easterly to state highway fifty-six dash seven", "beginning at state highway fifty-two dash one, thence running generally easterly across Irondequoit bay, through or near the village of Webster to the Monroe-Wayne county line" and "beginning at state highway ninety-nine, thence running generally northwesterly to a state highway at a point just east of Irondequoit bay", the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order of abandonment to the county of Monroe of that portion of state highway ninety-nine northeasterly from its intersection with the state highway connection described above as "beginning at state highway ninety-nine, thence running generally northwesterly to a state highway at a point just east of Irondequoit bay," to state highway one hundred, all of state highways one hundred and one hundred-one; upon the filing of certified copies of such official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the county legislative body, the county superintendent of highways, all of Monroe county, and the state comptroller, the state shall cease to maintain the aforesaid state highways and portion of state highway specified for abandonment in said official order, and all rights and obligations of the state therein shall be turned over and surrendered to the county of Monroe, the said highways and portion of state highway to be maintained by Monroe county as a part of the county road system.

  11. Upon completion and acceptance of that portion of the highway described above as "beginning at state highway five thousand forty-six near the hamlet of Garbutt, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Buckbee Corners and North Chili, the village of Spencerport, the hamlets of Parma Corners and Parma Center and the village of Hilton to a point north of the village of Hilton", from state highway five thousand forty-six near the hamlet of Garbutt to state highway one thousand two hundred thirty-six in the vicinity of Buckbee Corners, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order of abandonment to the county of Monroe all of state highway five hundred seventy-three-A, and that portion of state highway five hundred seventy-three beginning at a point on state highway five hundred seventy-three approximately one thousand six hundred feet east from the westerly town line of the town of Webster, as determined by the commissioner of transportation, easterly to state highway five hundred seventy-four; upon the filing of certified copies of such official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the county legislative body, the county superintendent of highways, all of Monroe county, and the state comptroller, the state shall cease to maintain the aforesaid state highway and portion of state highway specified for abandonment in said official order, and all the rights and obligations of the state therein shall be turned over and surrendered to the county of Monroe, the said highway and portions of state highway to be maintained by Monroe county as a part of the county road.

  12. The legislative body of the county of Monroe having previously approved the exchange of certain county roads for certain state highways, as set forth in this paragraph, the commissioner is authorized to issue official orders of abandonment and to transfer to the county of Monroe for future maintenance as a part of the Monroe county road system all of the state highway system described as: all of state highway two hundred eighty-six, all of state highway one thousand two hundred eighty-two, all of state highway seventy-eight, all of state highway five hundred seventy-three, all of state highway five hundred seventy-three-A, all of state highway one thousand three hundred ninety, and the portion of state highway one thousand three hundred thirty-seven, from the intersection at the westbound entrance and exit ramps of state highway one hundred sixty-six northerly to the end of state jurisdiction at the south end of the Panorama trail bridge over Irondequoit creek (BIN 1095720), and the portion of state highway five thousand four hundred twenty-five, known as West avenue, from its intersection at Redman road easterly to the intersection at state highways eighty and five thousand seven hundred, and the portion of state highway one thousand four hundred eighty-one from the intersection of state highway five thousand five hundred twenty-nine northerly to the intersection of state highway six including the drainage easement extending easterly from Elmgrove road approximately 1000' but excluding BIN 4047410 over the Erie canal and its approaches defined as the highway between the southern intersection at county route one hundred eleven, known as Ridgeway avenue, to the northern intersection at county route one hundred eleven, known as Ridgeway avenue; and the portion of state highway one thousand three hundred sixty-seven from the new alignment of the intersection of state highway eight thousand four hundred forty-three northerly to the intersection with Riverside drive and the portion of state highway one thousand three hundred sixty-seven from the intersection with Riverside drive northerly to the end of the state jurisdiction at the Rochester city line; and to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the various county roads described as follows: the portion of touring route New York two hundred fifty-two in the town of Chili consisting of county route one hundred twenty-seven, known as Beaver road, from state highway two hundred fifty-two to Archer road and county route one hundred twenty-nine, known as Archer road, from Beaver road to Ballantyne road and county route one hundred twenty-five, known as Ballantyne road, from Archer road easterly to the intersection with Theron street, the portion of county route one hundred twenty-five, known as Ballantyne road, from Theron street easterly to state highway seventy-nine, and the portion of touring route New York nineteen in the town of Hamlin consisting of county route two hundred thirty-two, known as Lake Road East Fork, from the current end of state jurisdiction of state highway eighty-one at North Hamlin road northerly to state highway forty-nine -- one, and the portion of touring route New York two hundred fifty-nine in the town of Parma consisting of the portion of county route two hundred twenty-six, known as North avenue, from the current end of state jurisdiction of state highway four hundred ninety-one at Curtis road northerly to state highway forty-nine -- two, and the portion of touring route New York two hundred sixty in the town of Hamlin consisting of the portion of county route two hundred thirty, known as Walker-Lake Ontario road, from the current end of state jurisdiction at state highways one thousand seven hundred twenty-seven and eight thousand four hundred twenty-six northerly to state highways forty-nine -- one and forty-nine -- two, and the portion of touring route New York thirty-one in the town of Sweden consisting of the portion of county route two hundred thirty-six, known as Redman road, from its intersection at state highway four hundred ninety-two northerly to its intersection at state highway five thousand four hundred twenty-five, and the portion of touring route New York four hundred forty-one in the town of Brighton consisting of the portion of county route eighty-seven, known as Linden avenue, from its intersection at state highway five easterly to the beginning of state jurisdiction of state highway one hundred sixty-six and the portion of county route ninety-nine, known as Pattonwood drive, from the Rochester city line easterly to its intersection with county route one hundred twenty-four, known as Thomas avenue, including all approaches and portions of the structure of the Colonel Patrick O'Rorke Memorial bridge located thereon.

  13. Upon the completion and acceptance of the construction of the aforesaid state highway described as "the portion of state highway one thousand three hundred sixty-seven from the new alignment of the intersection of state highway eight thousand four hundred forty-three northerly to the intersection with Riverside drive" and "the portion of state highway one thousand three hundred sixty-seven from the intersection with Riverside drive northerly to the end of the state jurisdiction at the Rochester city line", the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order of abandonment to the county of Monroe of all of state highway one thousand three hundred sixty-seven, and upon the filing of certified copies of such official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the legislative body, the county superintendent of highways, and the state comptroller, the state shall cease to maintain the aforesaid highways specified for abandonment as above set forth and all the rights and obligations of the state therein shall be turned over and surrendered to the county of Monroe and said state highway shall thereafter be maintained by said county as part of the county road system of said county.

  15. Upon the opening to traffic of the new bridge across Irondequoit bay and upon the letting of a contract by the United States corps of Army engineers, for the project to open Irondequoit bay into Lake Ontario at a point to be determined across state highway five hundred thirty-eight and/or state highway five hundred seventy-three, the commissioner is authorized and directed to enter an official order of discontinuance for highway purposes of that portion of the above mentioned state highway or highways which will comprise such opening. The commissioner shall file certified copies of such official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the county legislative body, the county superintendent of highways, all of Monroe county and the state comptroller. Upon completion of such project opening and in the event the project opening does not occupy the existing channel at the junction of state highway five hundred thirty-eight and state highway five hundred seventy-three the commissioner is authorized to remove the bridge over the existing channel and fill such channel under such bridge in order to provide highway access to the project opening to persons along the remaining state highway. In the event the present channel is utilized for the project opening the commissioner is authorized to remove or permit the removal of the existing structure over such channel. The expense of any state work shall be a proper charge against funds available for the construction, reconstruction, or maintenance of state highways.

  28. Montgomery county. 1. Beginning at the Herkimer-Montgomery county line west of the village of St. Johnsville, thence running generally easterly through or near the villages of St. Johnsville, Nelliston, Palatine Bridge, Fonda and Fort Johnson to a point on or near the western city line of Amsterdam; beginning at a point on or near the eastern city line of Amsterdam, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Cranesville to the Montgomery-Schenectady county line; beginning at the Herkimer-Montgomery county line east of the hamlet of Indian Castle, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Fort Plain to a point on or near Erie boulevard in the village of Canajoharie; beginning at the west end of state highway one thousand eight hundred sixty-six-A in the village of Canajoharie, thence running generally easterly through or near the villages of Canajoharie and Fultonville to a point on or near the western city line of Amsterdam; beginning at a point on the eastern city line of Amsterdam on the southern side of the Mohawk river near Cleveland avenue, thence running generally easterly to the Montgomery-Schenectady county line; beginning at the Herkimer-Montgomery county line east of the hamlet of Starkville, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Fort Plain crossing the Mohawk river to a point in or near the village of Nelliston; beginning at the Otsego-Montgomery county line west of the hamlet of Vandeusenville, thence running generally northerly to a point in or near the hamlet of Sprout Brook; beginning at a point on or near Main street in the village of Fort Plain, thence running generally southwesterly through or near the village of Fort Plain and the hamlet of Freysbush to the hamlet of Sprout Brook, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Buel and northeasterly to a point south of the hamlet of Marshville; beginning at the Schoharie-Montgomery county line south of the village of Ames, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Ames and the hamlet of Marshville to the northern end of state highway one thousand six hundred sixty-seven in the village of Canajoharie; beginning at a point on or near Church street in the village of Canajoharie, thence running generally northerly crossing the Mohawk river and Conrail to a point in or near the village of Palatine Bridge; beginning at a point on or near Moyer street in the village of Canajoharie, thence running generally northerly to or near Montgomery street in the village of Canajoharie; beginning at a point in the village of Palatine Bridge, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Palatine Bridge and the hamlet of Stone Arabia to the Montgomery-Fulton county line; beginning at a point west of the village of St. Johnsville, thence running generally northerly to the Montgomery-Fulton county line; beginning at a point east of the village of St. Johnsville, thence running generally easterly and northerly to the Montgomery-Fulton county line west of the hamlet of Ephratah; beginning at the Schoharie-Montgomery county line southeast of the hamlet of Charleston Four Corners, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlet of Charleston Four Corners and west of the hamlet of Rural Grove to a point west of the hamlet of Sprakers; beginning at the Schoharie-Montgomery county line south of the hamlet of Oak Ridge, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Oak Ridge, Charleston and Glen and the village of Fultonville to or near the village of Fonda; beginning at the southern end of the Mohawk river bridge in the village of Fultonville, thence running generally easterly to a point on state highway five thousand six hundred fifty-six; beginning in or near the village of Fonda, thence running generally northwesterly to the Montgomery-Fulton county line south of the hamlet of Sammonsville; beginning in or near the village of Fonda, thence running generally northerly to the Montgomery-Fulton county line south of the city of Johnstown; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Glen, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Mill Point to a point north of the hamlet of Minaville; beginning at the Schenectady-Montgomery county line, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Scotch Bush and Minaville to a point on the southern city line of Amsterdam; beginning at the Schenectady-Montgomery county line near the hamlet of Scotch Church, thence running generally northeasterly to or near the hamlet of Scotch Church, thence generally northeasterly to the Montgomery-Schenectady county line; beginning at a point in or near the village of Fort Johnson, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Fort Johnson and westerly to the Montgomery-Fulton county line; beginning at a point on the northern city line of Amsterdam, thence running generally northerly to the Montgomery-Fulton county line south of the hamlet of Perth; beginning at a point near Church street on the eastern city line of Amsterdam, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Manny Corners to the Montgomery-Saratoga county line; beginning at a point on state highway five thousand one hundred nine east of the village of St. Johnsville, thence running easterly to a point on the Fulton-Montgomery county line south of the hamlet of Ephratah.

  2. Effective April first, nineteen hundred eighty-one, the legislative body of the county of Montgomery having previously approved the exchange of highways described in this paragraph, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the county roads described as follows: "beginning at a point on state highway five thousand one hundred nine east of the village of St. Johnsville, thence running easterly to a point on the Fulton-Montgomery county line south of the hamlet of Ephratah; beginning at a point on state highway five thousand six hundred fifty-six-A in or near the village of Fultonville thence running generally easterly to a point on state highway five thousand six hundred fifty-six"; to transfer to the county of Montgomery for future maintenance as part of the Montgomery county road system and to issue official orders of abandonment of those highways described as follows: "beginning at state highway one thousand six hundred eighteen, thence running generally northerly to the hamlet of Auriesville; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Scotch Church, thence running generally northwesterly to a point southeast of the Amsterdam city line".

  29. Nassau county. 1. North Hempstead turnpike, beginning at a point on the New York city line west of the hamlet of Manhasset, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Manhasset and the village of Roslyn and the hamlet of East Norwich to a point on the Nassau-Suffolk county line in the vicinity of the village of Laurel Hollow; Long Island expressway, beginning at a point on the New York city line in the vicinity of the village of Lake Success, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Jericho to the Nassau-Suffolk county line in the vicinity of the hamlet of Plainview; Union turnpike, beginning at a point on the New York city line in the vicinity of the village of New Hyde Park, thence running generally easterly to a point on Hillside avenue in the vicinity of the hamlet of Garden City Park; Hillside avenue, beginning at a point on the New York city line in the vicinity of the village of New Hyde Park, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Williston Park to a point on the Jericho turnpike in the vicinity of the hamlet of Carle Place; beginning at a point on the New York city line west of the village of Floral Park, thence running generally easterly to the intersection of the New York city-Hempstead boundary line with the Jericho turnpike. Such highway shall be of the same width and type of construction as is located, in which case municipal authorities of the city in which such highway is located shall by resolution petition the commissioner of transportation to provide the width and type of construction desired. The additional expense caused by the increased width or different type of construction or both shall be borne wholly by such city; Jericho turnpike, beginning at a point on the New York city line in the vicinity of the village of Floral Park, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Mineola and the hamlet of Jericho to the Nassau-Suffolk county line in the vicinity of the hamlet of Woodbury; Hempstead turnpike, beginning at a point on the New York city line in the vicinity of the hamlet of Elmont, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Franklin Square to a point on Franklin street in the village of Hempstead; Hempstead turnpike, beginning at a point on Hendrickson avenue in the village of Hempstead, thence running generally easterly through the hamlet of Levittown to the Nassau-Suffolk county line in the vicinity of the village of Farmingdale; Front street, beginning at a point in the vicinity of Williams street in the village of Hempstead, thence running generally easterly to a point on the Hempstead turnpike in the vicinity of the hamlet of East Meadow; Jerusalem avenue, beginning at a point on Newbridge road in the vicinity of the hamlet of North Bellmore, thence running generally easterly to a point on state highway nine thousand seventeen in the vicinity of the hamlet of Massapequa; Sunrise highway, beginning at a point on the New York city line in the vicinity of the village of Valley Stream, thence running generally easterly through or near the villages of Rockville Center and Freeport and the hamlets of Wantagh and Massapequa to the Nassau-Suffolk county line in the vicinity of the hamlet of Amityville, with a spur to the Amityville village connection of the Nassau-Suffolk county line; Nassau expressway, beginning at a point on the New York city line in the vicinity of the hamlet of Woodmere, thence running generally southerly to the Atlantic Beach bridge in the vicinity of the village of Atlantic Beach; Long Beach expressway, beginning at a point on the Atlantic Beach bridge, thence running generally easterly to the west city line of the city of Long Beach; Long Beach expressway, beginning at a point on the east city line of the city of Long Beach, thence running generally easterly to the Loop parkway in the vicinity of the hamlet of Point Lookout; Greenvale-Glen Cove, beginning at a point on the North Hempstead turnpike in the vicinity of the hamlet of Greenvale, thence running generally northerly to a point on state highway nine thousand seventeen in the vicinity of the hamlet of Glen Head; Port Washington boulevard, beginning at a point on the North Hempstead turnpike in the vicinity of the village of Munsey Park, thence running generally northerly to the vicinity of Harbor road in the hamlet of Port Washington; Newbridge road, beginning at a point on Jerusalem avenue in the vicinity of the hamlet of North Bellmore, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of East Meadow to a point on state highway nine thousand seventeen in the vicinity of the hamlet of Hicksville; Massapequa-Glen Cove, beginning at a point on Merrick road in the vicinity of the hamlet of Massapequa, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Hicksville to the city of Glen Cove; Jericho-Oyster Bay, beginning at a point on state highway nine thousand seventeen in the vicinity of the hamlet of Jericho, thence running generally northerly to the vicinity of Harbor Place in the village of Oyster Bay; Wantagh avenue, beginning at a point on Merrick road in the vicinity of the hamlet of Wantagh, thence running generally northerly to a point on the Hempstead turnpike in the vicinity of the hamlet of Plainedge; Seaford-Oyster Bay expressway, beginning at a point on the Wantagh parkway in the vicinity of the hamlet of Wantagh, thence running generally through or near the hamlets of Seaford, Bethpage and Plainview to a point on state highway nine thousand twenty-one south of the village of Oyster Bay; beginning at a point on the Seaford-Oyster Bay expressway as determined by the commissioner, thence generally northerly and northwesterly to a connection with the proposed bridge connecting Westchester and Nassau counties, including connections with existing highways. Notwithstanding the provisions of any local, general or special law, the last aforementioned highway or portions thereof may be built with control of access as determined by the commissioner. Carman Mill road, beginning at a point on Merrick road in the vicinity of the hamlet of West Amityville, thence running generally northerly to a point on the Sunrise highway in the vicinity of the hamlet of West Amityville; beginning at a point on the Hempstead turnpike in the vicinity of the village of Farmingdale, thence running generally southeasterly to the Nassau-Suffolk county line in the vicinity of the village of Farmingdale.

  2. Upon completion and acceptance of the aforementioned Seaford-Oyster Bay expressway, the commissioner of transportation is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order of abandonment to the county of Nassau of such portions of state highways one thousand seven hundred ninety-eight and FASSH fifty-one dash eight as shall not be used in the construction of said highway, and upon the filing of certified copies of such official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the board of supervisors, the county commissioner of public works, all of Nassau county, and the state comptroller, the highways described in such official order, together with all the rights and obligations of the state therein, shall be turned over and surrendered to the county of Nassau, to be maintained thereafter by that county.

  30. Niagara county. 1. Beginning at the eastern city line of Niagara Falls at or near River road, thence running generally southeasterly to the western city line of North Tonawanda at or near River road; beginning at the eastern city line of Niagara Falls, thence running generally easterly to an intersection with state highway five thousand one hundred sixty-four, at or near the northeastern city line of Niagara Falls; beginning at the eastern city line of Niagara Falls on or near Pine avenue, thence running generally southeasterly passing through the city of North Tonawanda, near the northeast city line, to the Niagara-Erie county line; beginning at the northern city line of Niagara Falls on or near College avenue, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Cambria Station to the western city line of Lockport on or near West avenue; beginning on the eastern city line of Lockport on or near Akron road, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the hamlet of Dysinger, to the southern county line of Niagara county west of the Tonawanda Indian reservation; beginning at a point on Transit Road (state highway five hundred seven) at the intersection of Robinson Road, thence running generally westerly to a point east of the New York State Barge Canal to be determined by the commissioner, thence running generally north to the southern city line of Lockport; beginning at the westerly city line of Lockport, thence running generally northwesterly to a point on or near Saunders Settlement Road (state highway nine thousand ninety-four) at its intersection with Upper Mountain Road; beginning on the eastern city line of Lockport on or near East avenue, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the hamlets of McNalls and Royalton Center to the eastern county line of Niagara county north of the Tonawanda Indian reservation; beginning at a point on or near state highway five thousand five hundred sixty-three in the town of Lockport, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Middleport, to the Niagara-Orleans county line; beginning in the village of Lewiston at or near Fourth street, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Cambria and Warrens Corners to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Wrights Corners; beginning on a state highway at a point north of the hamlet of Wrights Corners, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Ridgewood and Johnson Corners to the Niagara-Orleans county line west of the hamlet of Jeddo; beginning in or near the village of Youngstown, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the hamlets of Ransomville and North Ridge to a point on or near state highway five thousand four hundred sixteen at or near the hamlet of Cambria; beginning at a point on state highway nine thousand three hundred twenty-two south of Four Mile Creek state park, thence running generally northeasterly along the south shore of Lake Ontario, through or near the hamlet of Olcott, thence running generally easterly to the Niagara-Orleans county line; beginning on the northern city line of Niagara Falls, thence running generally northeasterly to the village of Lewiston; beginning on the northern city line of Niagara Falls at or near the intersection of Lockport road and Hyde Park boulevard, thence running generally northwesterly to or near an intersection with state highway four hundred seventy-five; beginning in or near the village of Lewiston on or near state highway five thousand three hundred six, thence running generally easterly and northerly to or near state highway eight thousand three hundred six northeast of the village of Youngstown; beginning on the northern city line of Niagara Falls approximately three sixteenths mile northwest of the intersection of Pine avenue and Military road, thence running generally northwesterly to an intersection with state highway five thousand five hundred ninety; beginning at or near the northern city line of North Tonawanda on or near Ward road, thence running generally through or near the hamlet of St. Johnsburg to an intersection with state highway five thousand three hundred five; beginning at or near state highway nine thousand ninety-four in or near the hamlet of Sanborn, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Pekin to a point at or near state highway one thousand three hundred sixteen; beginning at the northern city line of North Tonawanda on or near Shawnee road, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Shawnee and North Ridge to a point in or near the village of Wilson; beginning at or near the Niagara-Erie county line in or near the hamlet of Wendelville, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Pendleton Center and Lockport Junction to an intersection with state highway five thousand four hundred sixteen in or near the hamlet of Warrens Corners; beginning at or near the Niagara-Erie county line, thence running generally northerly west of the hamlet of Raymond to the southern city line of Lockport; beginning at or near the northern city line of Lockport, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Wrights Corners and Newfane to a point in or near the hamlet of Olcott; beginning at a point on state highway one thousand one hundred thirty-five in or near the village of Middleport, thence running generally northerly and easterly to the Niagara-Orleans county line south of the New York state barge canal; beginning at the eastern city line of Niagara Falls, thence running generally southeasterly to an intersection with a state highway; beginning at the eastern city line of Lockport on or near Walnut street, thence running generally northeasterly to an intersection with state highway five thousand five hundred sixty-one; beginning at a point on state highway five thousand four hundred thirty-one, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Jeddo and Northridgeway to an intersection with state highway nine thousand fifty-two; beginning at a point on state highway one thousand six hundred thirty-five, thence running generally northerly to a point on state highway five thousand one hundred sixty-four.

  2. Upon the completion and acceptance of the construction of the aforesaid highway described as "beginning at the eastern city line of Lockport on or near Walnut street, thence running generally northeasterly to an intersection with state highway five thousand five hundred sixty-one", the commissioner of transportation is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order of abandonment of that portion of state highway eight thousand four hundred fifty-one from its westerly terminus at state highway five thousand five hundred sixty-three easterly to the intersection created by the construction of the proposed highway described at the beginning of this paragraph (the portion of such abandonment in the town of Lockport being 1.36 miles and in the town of Royalton approximately 2.15 miles), together with that portion of state highway five thousand five hundred sixty-three from its westerly terminus at the city of Lockport easterly to its intersection with the aforesaid proposed highway described at the beginning of this paragraph (being approximately 1.61 miles of abandonment in the town of Lockport) and upon the filing of certified copies of such official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the board of supervisors, the county superintendent of highways, all of Niagara county, the state comptroller, and the supervisors of the towns of Lockport and Royalton, the state shall cease to maintain the highways named in such official order, and all the rights and obligations of the state therein shall revert to and become the responsibility of the towns of Lockport and Royalton, the said towns to maintain thereafter the part or parts of said highways within their respective bounds as part of their respective town highway systems.

  3. Effective September first, nineteen hundred ninety, the legislative body of the county of Niagara having previously approved the exchange of highways described in this paragraph, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the county roads described as follows: that portion of the route described as "beginning at a point on Transit road (state highway five hundred seven) at the intersection of Robinson road, thence running generally westerly to a point east of the New York State Barge Canal to be determined by the commissioner, thence running generally north to the southern city line of Lockport" which lies between a point on Transit road (state highway five hundred seven) at the intersection of Robinson road, thence running westerly along Robinson road to a point east of the New York State Barge Canal to be determined by the commissioner; and to transfer to the county of Niagara for future maintenance as part of the county highway system in Niagara county and to issue official orders of abandonment of that route described as "beginning at a state highway in the village of Middleport, thence running generally northerly to an intersection with state highway five thousand four hundred thirty-one".

  4. Effective October first, nineteen hundred ninety-eight, the legislative body of the county of Niagara having previously approved the exchange of certain county roads for certain state highways, as set forth in this paragraph, the commissioner is authorized to issue official orders of abandonment and to transfer to the county of Niagara for future maintenance as a part of the Niagara county road system all of the state highway described as the portion of state highway five thousand five hundred sixty, beginning at state touring route two hundred seventy-one in the village of Middleport and thence running generally easterly a distance of approximately 0.81 miles to the Niagara-Orleans county line and all of the state highway described as the portion of state highway seven hundred forty-nine, beginning on the easterly city line of the city of Lockport on or near Akron road, thence running generally southeasterly on Akron road to the intersection of Akron road with Dysinger road; and to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the county roads described as follows: the portion of Robinson road (county road number one hundred twenty-three), beginning at Transit road (state highway number five hundred seven), thence running generally easterly to Beattie avenue, thence running generally easterly along Dysinger road (county road number one hundred thirty-three) to the intersection of Dysinger road with Akron road (state highway number seven hundred forty-nine).

  31. Oneida county. 1. Beginning at the Madison-Oneida county line east of the village of Madison, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Sangerfield and the village of Bridgewater to the Oneida-Otsego county line; beginning at the Herkimer-Oneida county line east of the village of Bridgewater, thence running generally easterly to the Oneida-Herkimer county line, west of the village of West Winfield; beginning at the Madison-Oneida county line, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the village of Waterville and the hamlet of Paris to a point in or near the village of New Hartford; beginning at a point in or near the village of Waterville, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlet of Forge Hollow to a point in or near the hamlet of Deansboro; beginning at the Madison-Oneida county line in or near the village of Oriskany Falls, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Deansboro and the villages of Clinton and New Hartford to the southern city line of Utica; beginning at a point on or near state highway seven hundred sixty-one, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Kirkland and Westmoreland to a point in or near the hamlet of Stanwix; beginning at a point on or near the west end of state highway one thousand six hundred ten, thence running generally easterly to a point on or near the east end of state highway nine thousand sixty-one, in or near the village of Clinton; beginning at a point on or near state highway five thousand three hundred eighty-five in or near the village of Oriskany Falls, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlets of Augusta, Vernon Center and Lowell to a point on or near state highway five hundred sixty-four in the city of Rome; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Vernon Center, thence running generally northwesterly to a point on or near state highway two hundred seventy-one in the village of Vernon; beginning at a point east of the hamlet of Kirkland, thence running generally southeasterly to a point northeast of the village of Clinton; beginning at a point northeast of the village of Clinton on or near the south end of state highway fifty-four dash two, thence running generally northeasterly to a point on or near state highway nine thousand two hundred five; beginning at the Oneida-Madison county line, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Bridgewater and hamlets of Clayville, Chadwicks and Washington Mills to the southern city line of Utica, including an interchange connection with Genesee street in the city of Utica; beginning at the Madison-Oneida county line, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Oneida Castle, the city of Sherrill, the village of Vernon and the hamlet of Kirkland to a point on the southern city line of Utica; beginning at a point in or near the village of Oneida Castle, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Verona Station to a point on or near the southern inner corporation line of the city of Rome; beginning at a point south of the southern inner corporation line of the city of Rome, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the villages of Oriskany, Whitesboro, New York Mills and Yorkville to the western city line of Utica; beginning at a point on state highway eight thousand four hundred fifty-five in the village of Oriskany, thence running generally northeasterly to a point on or near state highway two hundred ninety-six; beginning at a point on or near state highway nine thousand two hundred five, west of the village of New Hartford, thence running generally northeasterly to a point in or near the village of New York Mills; beginning at the Madison-Oneida county line east of the city of Oneida, thence running generally easterly to a point on or near state highway forty-seven dash one, north of the village of Oneida Castle; beginning at a point on the Madison-Oneida county line, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of Durhamville and New London to a point on the western inner corporation line of the city of Rome; beginning at a point on the Madison-Oneida county line, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of State Bridge and Verona Station to a point in or near the village of Vernon; beginning at a point on a state highway in or near the hamlet of Stanwix, as determined by the commissioner, thence running generally southeasterly and easterly through or near the hamlet of Westmoreland to a state highway on or near the southwestern city line of Utica, as determined by the commissioner; beginning at a point in or near the village of New York Mills, thence running generally easterly to the western city line of Utica; beginning at the Madison-Oneida county line, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Sylvan Beach to a point on or near state highway eight thousand one hundred three, east of the hamlet of North Bay; beginning at the Oneida-Madison county line, thence running generally northerly along the eastern shore of Oneida lake to a point on or near the southern boundary of Verona Beach state park; beginning at a point on the northern boundary of the Verona Beach state park, thence running generally northerly along the eastern shore of Oneida lake to a point south of the hamlet of Sylvan Beach; beginning at the Oswego-Oneida county line, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of North Bay and Vienna to a point in or near the hamlet of New London; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Vienna, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the village of Camden to the Oswego-Oneida county line; beginning at the Oswego-Oneida county line, thence running generally southeasterly to a point in or near the village of Camden; beginning at a point in or near the village of Camden, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the hamlet of Taberg, to the western inner corporation line of the city of Rome; beginning at the eastern inner corporation line of the city of Rome, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the hamlet of Cary Corners to the western city line of Utica; beginning at the southern end of state highway one thousand five hundred seventeen at a point on or near the northern city line of Utica, thence running generally northerly to a point south of the Erie canal; beginning at a point on or near state highway one thousand five hundred seventeen on the northern side of the Governor Thomas E. Dewey Thruway, thence running generally northerly to a point west of the western city line of Utica; beginning at the northern inner corporation line of the city of Rome, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Stokes, West Branch and Ava to the Oneida-Lewis county line; beginning at the northern inner corporation line of the city of Rome, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Westernville and northwestern to a point in or near the village of Boonville; beginning at the Oneida-Lewis county line, thence running generally easterly to a point in or near the village of Boonville; beginning at a point in or near the village of Holland Patent, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlets of Steuben and Big Brook to a point in or near the hamlet of Frenchville; beginning at a point on state highway five hundred sixty, in the vicinity of the entrance to Griffiss Air Force base, thence running generally northeasterly near or through the hamlet of Floyd to a point on state highway eight thousand three hundred forty-five, west of the village of Holland Patent; beginning at a point on state highway five thousand five hundred forty-seven, north of the village of Whitesboro, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the villages of Holland Patent, Barneveld and Prospect and the hamlet of Hinckley to the Oneida-Herkimer county line; beginning at the northern city line of Utica, thence running generally northerly and northwesterly through or near the villages of Barneveld and Remsen, the hamlet of Alder Creek, and the village of Boonville to the Oneida-Lewis county line; beginning in the town of Deerfield on or near state highway nine hundred thirty-three, thence running generally northeasterly to a point south of West Canada creek and west of the village of Poland; beginning at the Herkimer-Oneida county line at a point on or near state highway five thousand five hundred fifty-nine, thence running generally easterly to a point on the Oneida-Herkimer county line west of the village of Poland; beginning at a point on state highway nine hundred thirty-one, south of the village of Barneveld, thence running generally easterly to the Oneida-Herkimer county line; beginning at a point on state highway five thousand three hundred forty-five, north of the village of Prospect, thence running generally northwesterly to a point on or near state highway five thousand three hundred forty-six in or near the village of Remsen; beginning at a point on state highway five thousand two hundred forty-eight in or near the hamlet of Alder Creek, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of Forestport, White Lake and Otter Lake to the Oneida-Herkimer county line; beginning at a point on state highway five thousand three hundred three in or near the village of Boonville, thence running generally northwesterly to the Oneida-Lewis county line; beginning at a point west of the village of New Hartford in the vicinity of the Utica North-South arterial, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the hamlet of Washington Mills to the Oneida-Herkimer county line; beginning at a point on state highway nine hundred thirty-one south of the village of Barneveld, thence running generally northerly through the village of Barneveld to a point on state highway five thousand three hundred twenty-five; beginning at a point on or near state highway fifty-eight dash four in or near the city of Rome as determined by the commissioner, thence running generally northeasterly to the southern inner corporation line of the city of Rome; beginning at a point on state highway eight thousand five hundred ten in the village of Whitesboro, thence running northeasterly to a point on state highway two hundred ninety-seven; beginning at the city line of Utica at state arterial highway sixty dash twenty-five thence running generally northeasterly to a point on the village of Yorkville - city of Utica line at or near Whitesboro street.

  2. Effective April first, nineteen hundred eighty-one, the legislative body of the county of Oneida, having previously approved the exchange of highways described in this paragraph, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the roads described as follows: "beginning at a point on state highway one hundred forty west of the hamlet of Vernon Center thence running generally northwesterly to a point on state highway two hundred seventy-one in the village of Vernon; beginning at a point on state highway eight thousand five hundred ten in the village of Whitesboro, thence running northeasterly to a point on state highway two hundred ninety-seven; beginning at the city line of Utica at state arterial highway sixty dash twenty-five, thence running generally northeasterly to a point on the village of Whitesboro - city of Utica line at or near Whitesboro street;" and to transfer to the county of Oneida for future maintenance as part of the county highway system in Oneida and to issue official orders of abandonment of those portions of highway described as follows: "beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Vernon Center, thence running generally northerly to a point on or near state highway one hundred forty; beginning at the eastern boundary of Griffiss Air Force base, thence running generally easterly to a point in or near the hamlet of Floyd; beginning at the northern city line of Utica, thence running generally northerly to a point on or near state highway nine hundred thirty-three in the vicinity of county road thirty-six."

  3. All that portion of the north-south arterial highway (south city line to Oriskany street) in the county of Oneida, between Burrstone road and Court street as specifically located between station 100+00 and station 198+00 shall be designated as "The General Casimir Pulaski Highway".

  4. Effective September first, nineteen hundred eighty-eight, the legislative body of the county of Oneida, having previously approved the exchange of highways described in this paragraph, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the roads described as follows: "beginning at a point on state highway eight thousand four hundred fifty-five in the village of Oriskany, thence running generally northeasterly to a point on or near state highway two hundred ninety-six"; and to transfer to the county of Oneida for future maintenance as part of the county highway system in Oneida and to issue official orders of abandonment of those portions of highway described as follows: "beginning at a point on or near state highway five thousand one hundred thirty-nine, west of the hamlet of Taberg, thence running generally northwesterly to a county highway in or near the hamlet of Thompson Corners."

  5. The commissioner is authorized to assume, upon the filing of an official order by the commissioner with the department, the department of state and the county clerk of Oneida county, jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the highway described as follows: beginning at a point, to be determined by the commissioner, at the intersection of East Chestnut street and the eastern inner corporation line of the city of Rome, thence running generally southeasterly on East Chestnut street and Mohawk drive to the intersection of Mohawk drive and Hill road, thence running generally southeasterly on Hill road to the intersection of Hill road and Wright drive, thence running generally southerly on Wright drive to a point to be determined by the commissioner, at the intersection of Wright drive and state highway number five hundred sixty.

  32. Onondaga county. 1. Beginning at the Onondaga-Cayuga county line west of the village of Elbridge, thence running generally easterly through or near the villages of Elbridge, Camillus and Solvay to the western city line of Syracuse; beginning at the eastern city line of Syracuse, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the hamlet of Dewitt, the village of Fayetteville and the hamlet of Mycenae to the Onondaga-Madison county line east of the hamlet of Mycenae; beginning at the Onondaga-Cortland county line south of the village of Tully, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Tully and the hamlet of Lafayette, through the Onondaga Indian reservation to the southern city line of Syracuse; beginning at the northern city line of Syracuse, thence running generally northerly to or near the village of North Syracuse and the hamlet of Cicero to the Onondaga-Oswego county line in or near the hamlet of Brewerton; beginning at an intersection with a state highway near the hamlet of Tully Center, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Tully Valley and Cardiff, thence through the Onondaga Indian reservation to the intersection with a state highway near the northern boundary of the Onondaga Indian reservation; beginning at the Onondaga-Cayuga county line west of the village of Skaneateles, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Skaneateles, the hamlets of Clintonville, Navarino, Cardiff, Lafayette, Pompey and Pompey Center, to the Onondaga-Madison county line east of the hamlet of Pompey Center; beginning at the Onondaga-Cayuga county line east of the village of Jordan, thence running generally easterly through or near the villages of Jordan and Baldwinsville, the hamlets of Euclid, Cicero, Cicero Center and Bridgeport to the Onondaga-Madison county line in or near the hamlet of Bridgeport; beginning at an intersection with a state highway in or near the village of Elbridge, thence running generally northwesterly to a state highway in or near the village of Jordan; beginning at the Onondaga-Cayuga county line east of the hamlet of Owasco, thence running generally easterly and southerly to the Onondaga-Cayuga county line north of the hamlet of Niles; beginning at the Onondaga-Cortland county line south of the hamlet of Spafford, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Spafford, Spafford Valley and Borodino to a state highway in or near the village of Skaneateles; beginning at the Onondaga-Cayuga county line south of the hamlet of Mandana, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Mandana to a state highway in or near the village of Skaneateles; beginning at interstate route connection 570 in the vicinity of Walters road, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the village of Baldwinsville to the Onondaga-Oswego county line northeast of the hamlet of Lamson; beginning at the northern city line of Syracuse, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the village of Liverpool to the Onondaga-Oswego county line in or near the hamlet of Three Rivers; beginning at the southern city line of Syracuse, thence running generally southerly through or near the hamlets of South Onondaga, Otisco, Vesper and Tully Center and the village of Tully, thence running generally easterly to or near the hamlet of Apulia and the village of Fabius, to a point on the Madison-Onondaga county line; beginning at the Onondaga-Cortland county line south of the hamlet of Apulia, thence running generally northerly to the hamlet of Apulia; beginning at a state highway in or near the village of Fabius, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Pompey to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Jamesville; beginning at the Onondaga-Madison county line southeast of the hamlet of Oran, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlet of Oran, the village of Manlius and hamlet of Lyndon, thence running generally westerly through or near the hamlet of Dewitt, to the eastern city line of Syracuse; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Fairmount, thence running generally southeasterly to the western city line of Syracuse; beginning at the eastern city line of Syracuse, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Jamesville and the Village of Manlius, northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Eagle village to the Onondaga-Madison county line northeast of the hamlet of Eagle Village; beginning at a state route in or near the hamlet of Borodino, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Marcellus and the hamlet of Marcellus Falls to a state highway in or near the village of Camillus; beginning at a state highway in or near the village of Marcellus, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Cards Corners to a state highway at Onondaga Hill; beginning at a state highway in or near the village of Manlius, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Fayetteville to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Manlius Center; beginning at the Onondaga-Cortland county line near the hamlet of Tully Center, thence running generally northerly to a state highway at a point west of the village of Tully; beginning at the eastern city line of Syracuse, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of East Syracuse and the hamlet of Manlius Center to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Mycenae; beginning at the northern city line of Syracuse, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of Collamer and Shepps Corners, thence generally northeasterly to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Bridgeport; beginning at a state highway in or near the village of Skaneateles, thence running generally northerly and easterly to a state highway north of the hamlet of Marcellus Falls; beginning at a state highway north of the Onondaga-Cayuga county line north of the hamlet of Niles, thence running generally northerly and easterly to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Mandana; beginning at the Onondaga-Cayuga county line west of the hamlet of Plainville, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Plainville and the village of Baldwinsville, thence generally southeasterly through or near the hamlet of Cold Springs to a state highway in or near the village of Liverpool; beginning at the hamlet of Manlius Center, thence running generally westerly to the eastern city line of Syracuse over the right-of-way of the Erie canal; beginning at a point on a state highway near the hamlet of Fairmount Corners, thence running generally southerly on a new location to Split Rock road; beginning at the intersection of interstate route connections 570 and/or 571 at the Butternut interchange, thence running generally southeasterly and southerly on new location to an intersection with a state highway east of the hamlet of Jamesville. Notwithstanding the provisions of any local, general or special law, the last aforementioned highway or portions thereof may be built with control of access as determined by the commissioner. Beginning at a point on a state highway near the village of Solvay, thence running generally northerly on new location to interstate route connection 570; beginning at a point on a state highway east of the hamlet of Moyers Corners, thence running generally southeasterly and easterly on new location to an intersection with interstate route 505 in the vicinity of the village of North Syracuse, continuing southeasterly and easterly to interstate route 504 in the vicinity of the hamlet of Collamer; beginning near the northeast corner of the Onondaga Indian reservation at a junction with a state highway, thence running generally westerly along the northern boundary of the reservation to a state highway; beginning at a point in or near the village of Solvay, thence running generally northerly to interstate route connection 570, thence northwesterly through or near the state fairgrounds to another interchange with interstate route connection 570; beginning at the Jamesville interchange of interstate route connection 571, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the village of Manlius to a state highway northwest of the village of Cazenovia at the Onondaga-Madison county line, said highway to be built with control of access; beginning at the northern city line of Syracuse from an extension of North Midler avenue, thence running generally northerly and northeasterly to New Court street; beginning at a point on a state highway at or near the boundary between the city of Syracuse and the village of East Syracuse, thence running generally northerly along the eastern Syracuse city line through or near the village of East Syracuse to a point on state highway three hundred forty-eight at or near Carrier circle; beginning on state highway eight thousand four hundred ninety-six at a point, to be determined by the commissioner, approximately one thousand three hundred feet north of the intersection of state highway eight thousand four hundred ninety-six with Van Buren road, thence running generally northeasterly on a new location to an intersection with state highway six hundred seventy-one at a point, to be determined by the commissioner, approximately nine hundred feet southeast of the intersection of state highway six hundred seventy-one with Curtis street, thence continuing northerly and northeasterly on a new location to a state highway one thousand thirty-nine at a point, to be determined by the commissioner, between the village line of the village of Baldwinsville and the intersection of state highway one thousand thirty-nine and Willet parkway in the town of Lysander.

  2. Upon the completion and acceptance of the construction of the highway described as "beginning at the Jamesville interchange of interstate route connection 571, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the village of Manlius to a state highway northwest of the village of Cazenovia at the Onondaga-Madison county line", the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order of abandonment to the county of Onondaga of all state highway nine thousand twenty-five, and state highway nine thousand three hundred fifty-four, and upon the filing of certified copies of such official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the county legislative body, the county superintendent of highways, all of Onondaga county and the state comptroller, the state shall cease to maintain the aforesaid state highways specified for abandonment as above set forth and all the rights and obligations of the state therein shall be turned over and surrendered to the county of Onondaga and said state highways shall thereafter be maintained by said county as a part of the county road system of said county.

  3. Effective April first, nineteen hundred eighty, the legislative body of the county of Onondaga, having previously approved the exchange of highways described in this paragraph, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the county roads described as follows: "beginning at a point on state highway four hundred twenty-nine north of the northwestern village line of East Syracuse thence running generally northerly to a point on state highway three hundred forty-eight at Carrier circle; beginning at the present terminus of state highway five hundred fifty-four east of the village of Fabius thence running generally easterly to a point on the Madison-Onondaga county line; beginning at a point at the junction of interstate route connection 570 and state highway one thousand three hundred fifty-three thence running northwesterly through or near the state fairgrounds to another interchange with interstate route connection 570"; and to transfer to the county of Onondaga for future maintenance as part of the county highway system in Onondaga and to issue official orders of abandonment of those portions of highway described as follows: "beginning at an intersection with a state highway east of the Cayuga-Onondaga county line southwest of the village of Elbridge, thence running generally northwesterly to the Onondaga-Cayuga county line; beginning at a state highway north of the dividing line between the town of Elbridge and the town of Skaneateles, thence running generally northerly to a state highway east of the village of Elbridge; beginning at the northern city line of Syracuse at the intersection of Wadsworth street and LeMoyne avenue, thence running generally northerly on LeMoyne avenue to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Mattydale".

  4. Effective April first, two thousand three, the legislative body of the village of Elbridge, having previously approved the exchange of certain county roads for certain state highways, as set forth in this subdivision, the commissioner is authorized to transfer to the village of Elbridge for future maintenance as part of the village of Elbridge system of streets all of the state highway described as beginning at that portion of state highway five thousand eighty at the intersection of two state highways in or near the village of Elbridge thence running generally northwesterly to the northern village line of the village of Elbridge.

  5. Effective April first, two thousand three, the legislative Body of the town of Elbridge, having previously approved the exchange of certain county roads for certain state highways, as set froth in this subdivision, the commissioner is authorized to transfer to the town of Elbridge for future maintenance as part of the town of Elbridge system of roads all of the state highway described as state highway four hundred eighty-seven beginning at the northern village line of the village of Elbridge thence running generally northwesterly to the southern village line of the village of Jordan.

  6. Effective April first, two thousand three, the legislative body of the village of Jordan, having previously approved the exchange of certain county roads for certain state highways, as set forth in this subdivision, the commissioner is authorized to transfer to the village of Jordan for future maintenance as part of the village of Jordan system of streets all of the state highway described as state highway five thousand six hundred thirty beginning at the southern village line of the village of Jordan thence running generally northwesterly to an intersection with Jordan Elbridge Road (referred to herein as county road one hundred five).

  7. Effective April first, two thousand three, the legislative body of the county of Onondaga, having previously approved the exchange of certain county roads for certain state highways, as set forth in this subdivision, the commissioner is authorized to transfer to the county of Onondaga for future maintenance as part of the county of Onondaga system of roads the bridge located in the town of Elbridge and identified as bridge identification number 1022080 and the bridge located in the village of Elbridge and identified as bridge identification number 1022070.

  8. Effective April first, two thousand three, the legislative body of the county of Onondaga, having previously approved the exchange of certain county roads for certain state highways, as set forth in this subdivision, the commissioner is authorized to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the road identified as county road one hundred five and/or Jordan Elbridge Road and described as beginning at an intersection with state highway five thousand eighty in or near the village of Elbridge, thence running generally northwesterly, on an alignment east of Skaneateles creek, to an intersection with state highway five thousand six hundred thirty in or near the village of Jordan.

  33. Ontario county. 1. Beginning at the Livingston-Ontario county line, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of West Bloomfield and the village of East Bloomfield to the western city line of Canandaigua; beginning at the eastern city line of Canandaigua, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Flint to the western city line of Geneva; beginning at the Monroe-Ontario county line near the hamlet of Mendon, thence running generally easterly through or near the villages of Victor, Manchester, Clifton Springs and Phelps to the Ontario-Seneca county line; beginning at the Steuben-Ontario county line southwest of the village of Naples, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Naples and the hamlets of Bristol Springs, South Bristol and Vincent to state highway five thousand five hundred seventy-six; beginning at state highway five thousand eighty-one near the village of Holcomb, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlet of Ionia to the Ontario-Monroe county line; beginning at the Yates-Ontario county line west of the village of Rushville, thence running generally northerly along the east side of Canadaigua lake to the southern city line of Canandaigua; beginning at the eastern city line of Canandaigua, thence running generally easterly to state highway fifty-five dash two; beginning at the eastern city line of Canandaigua, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Chapin and the villages of Shortsville and Manchester to the Ontario-Wayne county line; beginning at the Yates-Ontario county line north of the hamlet of Angus, thence running generally northwesterly and northerly to a point northwest of the city of Geneva, thence generally easterly and northerly through or near the hamlet of West Junius to the Ontario-Wayne county line south of the hamlet of Alloway; beginning at the Livingston-Ontario county line north of the hamlet of Springwater, thence running generally northerly between Hemlock lake and Canadice lake to the Ontario-Livingston county line south of the hamlet of Hemlock; beginning at the Livingston-Ontario county line east of the hamlet of Hemlock, thence running generally easterly and northeasterly through or near the hamlets of Honeoye and Vincent to state highway five thousand six hundred eighty-eight; beginning at state highway eight thousand one hundred fifty-six in or near the hamlet of Bristol Springs, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Cheshire to the western city line of Canandaigua; beginning at the Steuben-Ontario county line north of the hamlet of Ingleside, thence running generally northerly to state highway two hundred four in or near the village of Naples; beginning at state highway five thousand three hundred ninety-seven in or near the village of Naples, thence running generally northeasterly to the Ontario-Yates county line; beginning at the Yates-Ontario county line in or near the village of Rushville, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of Gorham and Stanley to state highway six hundred thirty-five; beginning at state highway six hundred sixty-two northeast of the village of Rushville, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Reeds Corners to state highway two hundred seven east of the city of Canandaigua; beginning at the Yates-Ontario county line east of the village of Rushville, thence running generally northerly and northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Halls Corners to state highway three hundred thirty-three west of the city of Geneva; beginning at state highway one hundred ninety-one north of Honeoye lake, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of West Bloomfield to the Ontario-Livingston county line near the village of Honeoye Falls; beginning at state highway five thousand eighty-one near the village of East Bloomfield, thence running generally northeasterly and southeasterly through the villages of East Bloomfield and Holcomb to state highway one hundred eighty-eight; beginning at state highway three hundred thirty-five west of the village of Victor, thence running generally northwesterly to the Ontario-Monroe county line; beginning at the northern city line of Canandaigua, thence running generally northwesterly to a connection with interstate route 504; beginning at state highway one thousand four hundred fifteen near the hamlet of Chapin, thence running generally easterly and northerly through or near the hamlet of Orleans to state highway six hundred eight; beginning at state highway one thousand two hundred seventy-seven in or near the village of Phelps, thence running generally northerly to the Ontario-Wayne county line; beginning at state highway five thousand two hundred fifty-two east of the village of Phelps, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of West Junius to the Ontario-Seneca county line; beginning at the Wayne-Ontario county line, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Port Gibson to the Ontario-Wayne county line; beginning at state highway five thousand five hundred seventy-six near the western city line of Canandaigua, thence running generally southerly and easterly to the eastern city line of Canandaigua; beginning at state highway two hundred five in or near the hamlet of Woodville, thence running generally easterly to the Ontario-Yates county line; that portion of state highway one thousand seven hundred four from its intersection of the highway described above at or near the Ontario-Yates county line northerly to the southerly city line of Geneva, that portion of state highway two hundred three from its westerly terminus southeasterly to its junction with the easterly terminus of state highway six hundred sixty-two, that portion of state highway six hundred sixty-two from its southerly terminus northerly to its junction with state highway two hundred three, and that portion of state highway one thousand five hundred fifty from its westerly terminus easterly to its junction with state highway one thousand seven hundred twenty-six.

  2. Upon completion and acceptance of the highway described as "beginning at state highway five thousand five hundred seventy-six near the eastern city line of Canadaigua, thence running generally southerly and easterly to the eastern city line of Canandaigua", the commissioner of transportation is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order of abandonment to the county of Ontario of that portion of state highway one hundred eighty-seven from its westerly terminus easterly to its junction with state highway six hundred thirty-nine, and upon the filing of certified copies of such official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the board of supervisors, the county superintendent of highways, all of Ontario county, and the state comptroller, the state shall cease to maintain said portion of state highway one hundred eighty-seven specified for abandonment in said official order, and all the rights and obligations of the state therein shall be turned over and surrendered to the county of Ontario, the said portion of state highway to be maintained by Ontario county as a part of the county road system.

  3. Upon the completion and acceptance of that portion of the highway described as "beginning at the Yates-Ontario county line north of the hamlet of Angus, thence running generally northwesterly and northerly to a point northwest of the city of Geneva, thence generally easterly and northerly through or near the hamlet of West Junius to the Ontario-Wayne county line south of the hamlet of Alloway", from the Yates-Ontario county line north of the hamlet of Angus, thence running generally northwesterly and northerly to a point northwest of the city of Geneva, thence generally easterly to state highway three hundred thirty-four the commissioner of transportation is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order of abandonment to the county of Ontario of that portion of state highway one thousand seven hundred four from its intersection of the highway described above at or near the Ontario-Yates county line northerly to the southerly city line of Geneva, that portion of state highway two hundred three from its westerly terminus southeasterly to its junction with the easterly terminus of state highway six hundred sixty-two, that portion of state highway six hundred sixty-two from its southerly terminus northerly to its junction with state highway two hundred three, and that portion of state highway one thousand five hundred fifty from its westerly terminus easterly to its junction with state highway one thousand seven hundred twenty-six, and upon the filing of certified copies of such official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the board of supervisors, the county superintendent of highways, all of Ontario county, and the state comptroller, the state shall cease to maintain said portions of state highways specified for abandonment in said official order, and all the rights and obligations of the state therein shall be turned over and surrendered to the county of Ontario, the said portions of state highways to be maintained by Ontario county as part of the county road system.

  4. Effective September first, nineteen hundred ninety-six, the legislative body of the county of Ontario having previously approved the exchange of certain county roads for certain state highways, as set forth in this paragraph, the commissioner is authorized to transfer to the county of Ontario, for future maintenance as a part of the Ontario county road system, all of the highways described as follows: that portion of state highway one thousand five hundred fifty from its westerly terminus easterly to its junction with state highway one thousand seven hundred twenty-six; that portion of state highway one hundred eighty-seven from its westerly terminus easterly to its junction with state highway six hundred thirty-nine; that portion of state highway two hundred three from its westerly terminus southeasterly to its junction with the easterly terminus of state highway six hundred sixty-two; that portion of state highway six hundred sixty-two beginning at its southerly terminus south of the hamlet of Gorham, thence running generally northerly to its junction with state highway two hundred three; that portion of state highway three hundred thirty-three from state highway five thousand four hundred seventy-three northerly and then easterly to its eastern terminus at the Geneva city line; that portion of state highway six hundred sixty-two running generally northwesterly to state highway one thousand five hundred eighty-five at Baldwin Corners; and to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the county road described as follows: county road three beginning at the northern village line of the village of Bloomfield, thence running generally northerly to the south village line of the village of Victor.

  5. Effective September first, nineteen hundred ninety-six, the legislative body of the village of Bloomfield having previously approved the abandonment of the street described in this paragraph, the commissioner is authorized to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over a portion of the village street known as Elm Street and described as follows: beginning at the northern terminus of state highway one hundred eighty-eight in the village of Bloomfield, thence running generally northerly to the north village line of the village of Bloomfield.

  6. Effective September first, nineteen hundred ninety-six, the legislative body of the town of Canandaigua having previously approved the transfer, to the town, of the state highways described in this paragraph, the commissioner is authorized to transfer to the town of Canandaigua, for future maintenance as part of the town of Canandaigua highway system, all of the highways described as follows: that portion of state highway five thousand five hundred seventy-six running generally easterly from its junction with state highway seventy-eight dash fourteen, to its easterly terminus, and that portion of state highway one hundred eighty-seven from its junction with state highway seventy-eight dash fourteen northeasterly to its easterly terminus.

  34. Orange county. 1. Beginning at the northwestern city line of Port Jervis, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlets of Sparrow Bush and Quarry Hill to the Sullivan-Orange county line; beginning at the northeastern city line of Port Jervis, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Cuddebackville to the Sullivan-Orange county line south of the hamlet of Westbrookville; beginning at the New York-New Jersey state line near the village of Unionville, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Westtown and Slate Hill to a state highway between the village of Goshen and the city of Middletown; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Rockville, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Bullville to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Pine Bush; beginning at the Rockland-Orange county line, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Tuxedo Park, the hamlet of Southfield and the village of Harriman, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the villages of Monroe, Chester and Goshen and the hamlet of Fair Oaks to the Sullivan-Orange county line near the village of Bloomingburg; beginning at the New York-New Jersey state line, thence running generally northeasterly through the hamlet of New Milford and the villages of Warwick, Florida and Goshen to a state highway between the city of Middletown and the village of Montgomery; beginning at the Rockland-Orange county line, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Fort Montgomery, the villages of Highland Falls and Cornwall and the hamlet of New Windsor to the southern city line of Newburgh; beginning at the northern city line of Newburgh, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Middle Hope to the Orange-Ulster county line; beginning at a point on state highway one thousand five hundred thirty-eight north of the city line of Newburgh, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlets of Cronomer and Leptondale to the Orange-Ulster county line; beginning at the Orange-Ulster county line east of the hamlet of Walker Valley, thence running generally easterly through the hamlet of Pine Bush and the village of Walden to the western city line of Newburgh; beginning at or near a state highway between the hamlet of Fair Oaks and the Orange-Sullivan county line, thence running generally easterly through the hamlet of Bullville, the village of Montgomery and the hamlet of Coldenham to the western city line of Newburgh; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Cuddebackville, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Otisville to the western city line of Middletown; beginning at the eastern city line of Middletown, thence running generally easterly to a state highway in or near the village of Montgomery; beginning at the eastern city line of Port Jervis, thence running generally easterly to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Slate Hill; beginning at a state highway in or near the village of Florida, thence running generally northeasterly through the villages of Chester and Washingtonville and the hamlet of Vails Gate to state highway forty-one dash two south of the city line of Newburgh; beginning at a state highway in or near the village of Washingtonville, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Burnside and the villages of Maybrook and Walden to the Orange-Ulster county line; beginning at a state highway between the hamlet of Southfield and the village of Harriman, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the villages of Monroe and Chester to a point on state highway fifty-three dash seven south of the village of Goshen; beginning at a point on state highway fifty-three dash seven in or near the village of Goshen, thence running generally northwesterly to the southern city line of Middletown; beginning at state highway ninety-five, thence running generally easterly to the Erie Lackawanna railroad in the hamlet of New Hampton; beginning at the northern city line of Middletown, thence running generally northerly to a state highway between the hamlet of Fair Oaks and the Orange-Sullivan county line; beginning at a state highway west of the hamlet of Campbell Hall, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Campbell Hall, Burnside and Little Britain to the western city line of Newburgh; beginning at a state highway near the village of Harriman, thence running generally northeasterly through Harriman state park, the United States Military Academy and the village of Cornwall to a point on state highway eight thousand five hundred thirty-six west of the village of Cornwall; beginning at a state highway in or near the village of Harriman, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Highland Mills and the hamlets of Mountainville and Vails Gate to the southern city line of Newburgh; beginning at a state highway near the village of Warwick, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Greenwood Lake to a state highway northeast of the village of Tuxedo Park, thence running easterly to a point on the New York state thruway; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Fort Montgomery, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Highland Falls to a state highway between the hamlet of Fort Montgomery and the village of Cornwall; beginning at a state highway in or near the village of Monroe, thence running generally northerly to a state highway in or near the village of Washingtonville; beginning at the New York-New Jersey state line, thence running generally northeasterly to or near the village of Greenwood Lake; beginning at a point on state highway one hundred fifty-three southwest of Lake Washington, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Gardnertown and Cronomer Valley to the Orange-Ulster county line south of the hamlet of Plattekill; beginning at the New York-New Jersey state line, thence running generally northerly along the eastern shore of Greenwood Lake to or near the village of Greenwood Lake; beginning at state highway forty-one dash two near the hamlet of New Windsor, thence running generally northwesterly to the southern city line of Newburgh; beginning at the northern city line of Newburgh, thence running generally northeasterly to a state highway near the hamlet of Balmville; beginning at state highway four hundred twelve near the hamlet of Sparrow Bush, thence running generally northwesterly to the Orange-Sullivan county line; beginning at the southeastern city line of Port Jervis, thence running generally southeasterly on new location to state highway two hundred eighty-three; beginning at the northeastern city line of Port Jervis, thence running generally northeasterly to a state highway near the hamlet of Huguenot; beginning at the northern city line of Newburgh, thence running generally northerly to a connection with interstate route five hundred three, as determined by the commissioner; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Vails Gate, thence running generally northerly to state highway one hundred fifty-three.

  2. Upon the completion and acceptance of the aforementioned highway described as "beginning at the northeastern city line of Port Jervis, thence running generally northeasterly to a state highway near the hamlet of Huguenot", the commissioner shall abandon to the county of Orange by official order that portion of state highway eight thousand three hundred from the above described point of intersection southwesterly to the city line of Port Jervis, and upon the filing of certified copies of such official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the board of supervisors, the county superintendent of highways of Orange county, and the state comptroller, the state shall cease to maintain the aforesaid portion of state highway eight thousand three hundred, and such portion of said highway, together with all the rights and obligations of the state therein, shall be turned over and surrendered to the county of Orange to be maintained thereafter by said county as part of its county road system.

  3. Upon the completion and acceptance of the aforementioned highway described as "beginning at state highway forty-one dash two near the hamlet of New Windsor, thence running generally northwesterly to the southern city line of Newburgh", the commissioner shall abandon to the county of Orange by official order that portion of state highway forty-one dash two from its intersection with the highway described in the forepart of this paragraph, northerly to its junction with state highway forty-two together with those portions of state highways forty-two and nine thousand thirty-three from their intersections with the aforementioned highway northerly to their termini at the southern city line of Newburgh, and upon the filing of certified copies of such official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the board of supervisors, the county superintendent of highways of Orange county, and the state comptroller, the state shall cease to maintain the aforesaid portions of state highways forty-one dash two, forty-two and nine thousand thirty-three, and such portions of said highways together with all the rights and obligations of the state therein, shall be turned over and surrendered to the county of Orange to be maintained thereafter by said county as part of its county road system.

  4. Upon the completion and acceptance of the aforementioned highway described as "beginning at the southeastern city line of Port Jervis, thence running generally southeasterly on new location to state highway two hundred eighty-three", the commissioner shall abandon to the county of Orange by official order that portion of state highway two hundred eighty-three from the above described point of intersection southwesterly and westerly to the city line of Port Jervis, and upon the filing of certified copies of such official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the board of supervisors, the county superintendent of highways, all of Orange county, and the state comptroller, the state shall cease to maintain the aforesaid portion of state highway two hundred eighty-three, and such portion of said highway together with all the rights and obligations of the state therein, shall be turned over and surrendered to the county of Orange to be maintained thereafter by said county as part of its county road system.

  5. Upon the completion and acceptance of that portion of the aforementioned highway described as "Beginning at the northwestern city line of Port Jervis, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlets of Sparrow Bush and Quarry Hill to the Sullivan-Orange county line" from a point on state highway four hundred twelve, thence southeasterly on new location to a point on the northwestern city line of Port Jervis, the commissioner shall abandon to the county of Orange by official order that portion of state highway four hundred twelve from the above described point thereon southeasterly to the westerly city line of Port Jervis, and upon the filing of certified copies of such official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the board of supervisors, the county superintendent of highways, all of Orange county, and the state comptroller, the state shall cease to maintain the aforesaid portion of state highway four hundred twelve, and such portion of said highway together with all the rights and obligations of the state therein, shall be turned over and surrendered to the county of Orange to be maintained thereafter by said county as part of its county road system.

  6. Effective April first, nineteen hundred eighty, the legislative body of the county of Orange having previously approved the exchange of highways described in this paragraph, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the county roads described as follows: "beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Vails Gate, thence running generally northwesterly to state highway one hundred fifty-three; beginning at a point on state highway one hundred fifty-three southwest of Lake Washington, thence running generally northerly to state highway one hundred thirteen; beginning at the northern terminus of state highway sixty-two dash seven, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Gardnertown and Cronomer Valley to the Orange-Ulster county line south of the hamlet of Plattekill"; and to transfer to the county of Orange for future maintenance as part of the Orange county road system and to issue official orders of abandonment of those highways described as follows: "beginning at a state highway northeast of the village of Tuxedo Park, thence running generally easterly to the Orange-Rockland county line; beginning at a point on state highway forty-two near the hamlet of Orrs Mills, thence running easterly to a point near state highway eight thousand five hundred thirty-six; beginning at a state highway in the village of Monroe, thence running generally easterly to a state highway in the hamlet of Highland Mills".

  7. Effective upon the approval and filing by the comptroller of the state of New York of the first contract for the construction of a new interchange on the Governor Thomas E. Dewey thruway between exit fifteen, in the town of Ramapo, Rockland county, and exit sixteen in the town of Woodbury, Orange county, connecting such thruway with existing highways in the vicinity of the intersection of state highway eight thousand two hundred fifty-eight and state highways one thousand six hundred forty-three B and four hundred sixteen in the town of Tuxedo, Orange county, provided that the legislative body of Orange county shall have previously approved the transfer of the highway described in this paragraph, the commissioner of transportation is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the county road described as follows: that portion of the route described in paragraph one hereof as "beginning at a state highway near the village of Warwick, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Greenwood Lake to a state highway northeast of the village of Tuxedo Park, thence running easterly to a point on the New York state thruway" that lies between state highway four hundred sixteen and a point on the New York state thruway.

  35. Orleans county. 1. Beginning at the Niagara-Orleans county line southeast of the village of Middleport, thence running generally easterly through or near the villages of Medina, Albion, and Holley to the Orleans-Monroe county line east of the village of Holley; beginning at the Niagara-Orleans county line east of the village of Middleport, thence running generally easterly to the west corporate line of the village of Medina; beginning at the Niagara-Orleans county line near the hamlet of Jeddo, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Ridgeway, Gaines and Murray, to the Orleans-Monroe county line east of the hamlet of Murray; beginning at the Niagara-Orleans county line at or near the hamlet of County Line, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Kuckville, to state highway three hundred ninety-four north of the hamlet of Carlton Station, thence running generally easterly near the hamlets of Kent and Kendall to the Orleans-Monroe county line south of the hamlet of Morton; beginning at the Genesee-Orleans county line north of the hamlet of Alabama Center, thence running generally northerly through or near the villages of Medina and Lyndonville to state highway eight thousand three hundred twenty-two; beginning at the Genesee-Orleans county line south of the hamlet of Barre Center, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Albion and the hamlets of Childs, Carlton Station and the bridges to state highway sixty-nine-two; beginning at the Genesee-Orleans county line north of the hamlet of Byron, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Clarendon and the village of Holley to a point on state highway five thousand six hundred ninety-seven; beginning at a point near the hamlet of Murray, thence running generally northerly to a point south of the hamlet of Kendall at state highway eight thousand four hundred nine; beginning at state highway three hundred ninety-five at the southern boundary of the village of Medina, thence running generally easterly to or near the hamlet of Millville, and thence running southeasterly and easterly through or near the hamlet of Clarendon to the Orleans-Monroe county line, east of the hamlet of Clarendon; beginning at the Niagara-Orleans county line near the hamlet of Jeddo, thence running generally northerly along the Niagara-Orleans county line, to a point north of the hamlet of County Line; beginning at a point north of the village of Albion, thence running generally northwesterly to a point in or near the hamlet of Gaines to be determined by the commissioner; beginning at a point at or near the hamlet of Fancher, thence running generally northerly to a point on state highway five thousand six hundred ninety-seven west of the hamlet of Murray; beginning at the Orleans-Monroe county line at state highway nine thousand three hundred forty-three, thence running generally northerly along the Orleans-Monroe county line to state highway five thousand four hundred twenty-one, east of the village of Holley; beginning at the Orleans-Monroe county line east of the hamlet of Murray, thence running generally northerly along the Orleans-Monroe county line, to Lake Ontario; beginning at a point just north of the Genesee-Orleans county line south of the hamlet of Shelby Center, thence running generally easterly to a point at or near the hamlet of West Barre.

  2. Effective April first, nineteen hundred eighty-nine, the legislative body of the county of Orleans, having previously approved the exchange of highways described in this paragraph, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the county roads comprising that portion of the route described as "beginning at the Genesee-Orleans County line south of the hamlet of Barre Center, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Albion and the hamlets of Childs, Carlton Station and The Bridges to state highway sixty-nine dash two" which lies between a point on or near state highway three hundred ninety-four to a point on or near state highway sixty-nine dash two; and to transfer to the county of Orleans for future maintenance as part of the Orleans county road system and to issue official orders of abandonment of that portion of the route described as "beginning at the Genesee-Orleans County line north of the hamlet of Alabama Center, thence running generally northerly through or near the Villages of Medina and Lyndonville to Lake Ontario" which lies between a point on or near state highway eight thousand three hundred twenty-two and Lake Ontario.

  3. Effective July first, two thousand ten, the legislative body of the village of Medina, having previously approved the exchange of highways described in this paragraph, the commissioner is authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the village roads described as follows: the portion of newly routed sixty-three, reserved as state highway nine thousand five hundred sixty-two, known as North Main street, from the intersection of Glenwood avenue northerly to West avenue, and the portion of newly routed sixty-three, also reserved as state highway nine thousand five hundred sixty-two, known as Commercial street, from the intersection of West avenue northerly to Prospect avenue; and to transfer to the village of Medina for future maintenance as part of the village of Medina system of streets; and to issue official orders of abandonment of those portions of highways described as follows: the portion of state highway five thousand three hundred fifteen previously routed NY sixty-three, known as West Center street, from the intersection of Prospect avenue easterly to the intersection of North and South Main streets; a portion of state highway five thousand three hundred fifteen previously routed NY sixty-three, known as Prospect avenue, from West Center street northerly to Commercial street.

  36. Oswego county. 1. Beginning at the Cayuga-Oswego county line east of the hamlet of Crockett, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Hannibal and the hamlet of Granby Center to the western city line of Fulton; beginning at the northeastern city line of Fulton, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of Volney, Palermo and Wellwood, the village of Mexico and the hamlet of Port Ontario to the Jefferson-Oswego county line north of Sandy pond; beginning at the Oswego-Onondaga county line north of the hamlet of Brewerton, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Central Square, the hamlets of Hastings Center, Hastings, Colosse and Mapleview (Union Square), the villages of Pulaski and Sandy Creek to the Jefferson-Oswego county line north of the village of Sandy Creek; beginning at Selkirk state park, thence running generally easterly and southeasterly through or near the hamlet of Port Ontario, the village of Pulaski, the hamlet of Pineville, the village of Altmar, the hamlets of Checkered House and Williamstown to the Oneida-Oswego county line southeast of the hamlet of Williamstown; beginning at the Oswego-Onondaga county line north of the hamlet of Lamson, thence running generally northerly on the west side of the Oswego river to the southern city line of Fulton; beginning at the northern city line of Fulton, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Minetto to the southern city line of Oswego; beginning at a state highway east of the hamlet of Volney, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Central Square, the hamlets of West Monroe, Constantia and Bernard Bay to the Oneida-Oswego county line at or near the village of Cleveland; beginning at the northern city line of Fulton, thence running generally northeasterly to the southern city line of Oswego; beginning at a state highway in or near the village of Mexico, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the hamlet of Colosse, the village of Parish, the hamlets of West Amboy and Amboy Center to the Oswego-Oneida county line east of the hamlet of Amboy Center; beginning at a state highway north of the hamlet of Hastings, thence running generally northeasterly to a state highway at or near the village of Parish; beginning at the Oswego-Cayuga county line northeast of the hamlet of Martville, thence running generally northerly and northeasterly through or near the village of Hannibal and the hamlet of Southwest Oswego to the western city line of Oswego; beginning at the eastern city line of Oswego, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Scriba and New Haven and the village of Mexico to an intersection with a state highway at or near the hamlet of Mapleview; beginning at the Cayuga-Oswego county line northeast of the hamlet of North Sterling, thence running generally northeasterly to a state highway at or near the hamlet of Southwest Oswego; beginning at a state highway west of the hamlet of New Haven, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Texas to state highway eight thousand four hundred fifty-eight north of the village of Mexico; beginning at a state highway at or near the hamlet of Mapleview, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Dugway, Howardville and South Albion to a state highway at or near the hamlet of Checkered House; beginning at the Cayuga-Oswego county line south of the hamlet of South Hannibal, thence running generally northerly to or near the hamlet of South Hannibal, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Bowens Corners to the southern city line of Fulton; beginning at a state highway at or near the hamlet of Amboy Center, thence running generally northerly to a state highway at or near the hamlet of Williamstown; beginning at a point in the village of Phoenix, thence running generally northerly to state highway nine hundred seventy-three south of the hamlet of Palermo; beginning at a point on a state highway north of the hamlet of Brewerton, thence running generally easterly paralleling the north shore of Oneida lake to a state highway near the village of Constantia; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Palermo, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of East Palermo to a state highway at or near the hamlet of Hastings; beginning at a point on the Cayuga-Oswego county line north of the hamlet of Bethel thence running northerly to a point on state highway eight thousand two hundred fourteen south of the village of Hannibal.

  2. Effective April first, nineteen hundred eighty, the legislative body of the county of Oswego having previously approved the exchange of highways described in this paragraph, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the county roads described as follows: "beginning at a point on the Cayuga-Oswego county line north of the hamlet of Bethel thence running northerly to a point on state highway eight thousand two hundred fourteen south of the village of Hannibal; beginning at the Cayuga-Oswego county line east of the hamlet of Crockett thence running generally easterly to an intersection of state highways in the village of Hannibal"; and to transfer to the county of Oswego for future maintenance as part of the county highway system and to issue official orders of abandonment of the portion of highway described as follows: "beginning at the northern city line of Fulton thence running generally northerly to a point west of the hamlet of South Scriba".

  37. Otsego county. Beginning at the Otsego-Chenango county line, thence running generally easterly and northeasterly through or near the villages of Unadilla and Otego to the west city line of Oneonta; beginning at the east city line of Oneonta, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of Colliersville, Cooperstown Junction and Maryland, the village of Schenevus and the hamlets of Worcester and East Worcester to the Otsego-Schoharie county line; beginning at state highway five thousand two hundred two in or near the hamlet of Unadilla, thence running generally easterly to the Otsego-Delaware county line; beginning at the Otsego-Delaware county line, thence running generally northeasterly to a junction with state highway five thousand four hundred fifty-four; beginning at the Otsego-Oneida county line, thence running generally easterly to the Otsego-Herkimer county line; beginning at the Otsego-Herkimer county line, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Brighton Corners and the village of Richfield Springs to the Otsego-Herkimer county line; beginning at the Otsego-Herkimer county line, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Springfield and East Springfield, thence continuing easterly north of the village of Cherry Valley to the Otsego-Schoharie county line; beginning at a point on state highway one thousand four hundred nine and state highway five thousand six hundred twenty-four in or near the village of Richfield Springs, thence running generally northerly to the Otsego-Herkimer county line; beginning at the Otsego-Delaware county line in or near the village of Sidney, thence running generally northerly to a junction with state highway seven hundred eight; beginning at a state highway in or near the village of Sidney, thence running generally northerly, west of the Unadilla river, to the Otsego-Chenango county line; beginning at a point on the Otsego-Chenango county line, in or near the hamlet of South New Berlin, thence running generally northeasterly to the Otsego-Chenango county line; beginning at the Otsego-Chenango county line in or near the village of New Berlin, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of Pittsfield, Ambler and Edmeston to a state highway in or near the hamlet of West Burlington; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Kelsey Corners, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Burlington to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Oaksville; beginning at or near the intersection of Glen avenue and Chestnut street in the village of Cooperstown, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Cooperstown, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Three Mile Point, Five Mile Point and Springfield Center, thence running generally northeasterly to the Otsego-Herkimer county line; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Colliersville, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Milford Center and Portlandville, the village of Milford and the hamlets of Hartwick Seminary and Index to a point in or near the village of Cooperstown near Chestnut street and Glen avenue, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlets of Fly Creek, Oaksville and Schuyler Lake to a state highway in or near the village of Richfield Springs; beginning at state highway one thousand four hundred nine in or near the village of Richfield Springs, thence running generally northerly to the Otsego-Herkimer county line; beginning at the Otsego-Chenango county line in or near the hamlet of Mount Upton, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Copes Corners and the villages of Gilbertsville and Morris, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Stetsonville, Garrattsville, West Burlington, Kelsey Corners, Burlington Flats and West Exeter to the Otsego-Herkimer county line; beginning at the Otsego-Chenango county line in or near the hamlet of South New Berlin, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Morris, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the hamlets of West Laurens and West Oneonta to state highway three hundred seventeen; beginning at the southern city line of Oneonta, thence running generally southerly to a state highway, thence running generally easterly to the Otsego-Delaware county line; beginning at a state highway in or near the village of Milford, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Roseboom, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Cherry Valley to an interchange with state highway eight thousand sixty-four, thence continuing generally northerly to the Otsego-Montgomery county line; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Roseboom, thence running generally southerly and easterly through or near the hamlets of Pleasant Brook and South Valley to the Otsego-Schoharie county line in or near the hamlet of Weber Corners; beginning at the junction of state highway one thousand eight hundred eighty-seven and state highway one thousand three hundred two, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Laurens and the hamlets of Mount Vision, South Hartwick and Hartwick to a junction with state highway fifty-four dash six; beginning at a point on the Oneonta city line, connecting to an arterial route east of Grand street extended, thence running generally easterly to an arterial route at the Oneonta city line in the vicinity of Factory street.

  38. Putnam county. 1. Beginning at the Westchester-Putnam county line north of the Bear Mountain bridge, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Garrison and the village of Cold Spring to the Putnam-Dutchess county line south of the city of Beacon; beginning at the Westchester-Putnam county line north of the city of Peekskill, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of McKeels Corners to the Putnam-Dutchess county line south of the village of Fishkill; beginning at the Westchester-Putnam county line, thence running generally northeasterly and northerly through or near the hamlets of Mahopac and Carmel to the Putnam-Dutchess county line northwest of the hamlet of Ludingtonville; beginning at the Westchester-Putnam county line north of the hamlet of Croton Falls, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Brewster and the hamlet of Haines Corners, and passing east of the hamlets of Towners and Patterson to the Putnam-Dutchess county line south of the village of Pawling; beginning at state highway five thousand seven hundred twenty-two at or near the village of Cold Spring, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of McKeels Corners, crossing the Taconic state parkway in the Clarence Fahnstock state park, thence generally southeasterly through or near the hamlet of Kent Cliffs to state highway five hundred seventy at or near the hamlet of Carmel; beginning at state highway five hundred seventy south of the hamlet of Carmel, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Tilly Foster to a state highway near the village of Brewster; beginning at state highway five thousand two hundred three west of the Eastbranch reservoir, thence running generally easterly to the New York-Connecticut state line west of the city of Danbury; beginning at state highway eight thousand three hundred forty-seven near Lake Carmel, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Patterson to state highway five thousand two hundred three south of the Putnam-Dutchess county line; beginning at state highway five thousand three hundred eighty-seven north of the hamlet of Graymoor, thence running generally northwesterly to state highway five thousand seven hundred twenty-two near the hamlet of Garrison; beginning at the Westchester-Putnam county line southwest of the hamlet of Baldwin Place, thence running generally northerly to the hamlet of Mahopac Falls, thence generally easterly to state highway five hundred sixty-nine in or near the hamlet of Mahopac; beginning at state highway five hundred eighty-five west of the hamlet of Patterson, thence running generally northwesterly to the Putnam-Dutchess county line; beginning at state highway five hundred eighty-five west of the hamlet of Towners, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Towners to state highway five thousand two hundred three at or near the hamlet of Haines Corners; beginning at state highway one thousand four hundred fifty-five near the Eastbranch reservoir, thence running generally southerly to the Westchester-Putnam county line; beginning at state highway nine hundred nine near the Middlebranch reservoir, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Dykeman to state highway five thousand two hundred three near the hamlet of Sears Corners; beginning at a point on the Putnam-Westchester county line on or along the abandoned right of way of the Penn Central railroad, Putnam division, thence running generally northerly on or along the abandoned right of way of the Penn Central railroad, Putnam division, to a point as determined by the commissioner on state highway five hundred sixty-nine in the vicinity of the hamlet of Mahopac.

  2. Upon completion and acceptance of the highway described above as "beginning at a point on the Putnam-Westchester county line on or along the abandoned right of way of the Penn Central railroad, Putnam division, thence running generally northerly on or along the abandoned right of way of the Penn Central railroad, Putnam division, to a point as determined by the commissioner on state highway five hundred sixty-nine in the vicinity of the hamlet of Mahopac," the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order of abandonment to the county of Putnam of such adjacent portions of state highway five hundred sixty-nine, which are no longer needed for state highway purposes, as determined by the commissioner.

  3. Effective April first, nineteen hundred eighty, the legislative body of the county of Putnam having previously approved the exchange of highways described in this paragraph, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the county road described as follows: "beginning at the southern end of state highway 51-6 thence running generally southeasterly to a point on state highway five hundred seventy in or near the hamlet of Carmel"; and to transfer to the county of Putnam for future maintenance as part of the county highway system and to issue official orders of abandonment of those portions of highways described as follows: "beginning at state highway five thousand seven hundred twenty-two south of the village of Cold Spring thence running generally northerly to state highway one thousand six hundred ninety-four in the village of Nelsonville; beginning at state highway five thousand four hundred thirty-eight, thence running generally southeasterly to the Putnam-Westchester county line; beginning at state highway five thousand four hundred thirty-eight south of the village of Brewster, thence running generally northerly to state highway five thousand ninety-eight in the village of Brewster; beginning at the northern Cold Spring village line, thence running generally northwesterly to a point on state highway five thousand seven hundred twenty-eight."

  39. Queens county. Conduit avenue, beginning at a point on the Kings-Queens county line in the vicinity of Ozone Park, thence running generally easterly along a pipeline, to the Queens-Nassau county line in the vicinity of Valley Stream.

  40. Rensselaer county. 1. Beginning at the Columbia-Rensselaer county line, thence running generally northerly to the Boston-Albany turnpike, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlets of Rice Corners, Schodack Center, East Greenbush and Hampton Manor to the eastern city line of Rensselaer; beginning at the Columbia-Rensselaer county line, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Brainard Station, East Nassau and Hoag's Corners, thence generally westerly through or near the hamlets of West Sand Lake and DeFreestville, thence generally southwesterly to the eastern city line of Rensselaer; the portion of the bridge, in the vicinity of Congress street, between the cities of Watervliet and Troy which lies within the county of Rensselaer; beginning at the eastern city line of Troy, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Eagle Mills, Grafton and Petersburg to the New York-Massachusetts state line; beginning at the eastern city line of Troy, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of Brunswick Center, Haynersville, Raymertown, Pittstown and Boyntonville to the White House bridge, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Hoosick Falls to the Washington-Rensselaer county line; beginning at the Columbia-Rensselaer county line, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Center Berlin, Berlin, Petersburg and North Petersburg to state highway five thousand three hundred fifty-four; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of North Petersburg, thence running generally easterly to the New York-Vermont state line; beginning at state highway four hundred ninety in or near the hamlet of Hoosick, thence running generally easterly to the New York-Vermont state line; beginning at state highway fifty-five on or near the Sand Lake-Nassau town line, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the hamlets of West Stephentown, Stephentown Center and Stephentown to the New York-Massachusetts state line; beginning at the Columbia-Rensselaer county line west of the hamlet of Brainard, thence running generally easterly to state highway five thousand one hundred eight in or near the hamlet of Brainard; beginning at state highway five thousand twenty-nine, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the village of Nassau to state highway four hundred thirty-nine west of the hamlet of Brainard near the Columbia-Rensselaer county line; beginning at the Columbia-Rensselaer county line, thence running generally northeasterly to a point in or near the village of Nassau; beginning at the Columbia-Rensselaer county line, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Schodack and the village of Castleton-on-the-Hudson to the southern city line of Rensselaer; beginning at state highway one thousand one hundred sixteen in or near the village of Castleton-on-the-Hudson, thence running generally easterly to state highway five hundred thirty-six; beginning at a state highway south of the hamlet of Rice Corners, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of East Schodack and West Sand Lake to state highway seventy-seven in or near the hamlet of Wynantskill; beginning at state highway two hundred two, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Couse Corners to state highway five thousand five hundred thirty-three; beginning at state highway eight thousand fifty-eight in or near the town of North Greenbush, thence running generally northerly to the southern city line of Troy; beginning at the eastern city line of Rensselaer, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the hamlets of Couse Corners and Luther to state highway eight thousand three hundred sixty-five in or near the hamlet of Shiver Corners; beginning at state highway eleven in the town of North Greenbush, thence running generally easterly to state highway one hundred ninety-five; beginning at the southeastern city line of Troy, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the hamlet of Wynantskill to state highway two hundred eighty-four in or near the hamlet of Sand Lake; beginning at state highway two hundred eighty-eight in or near the town of North Greenbush, thence running generally easterly to or near the hamlet of Poestenkill; beginning at or near the Lansingburg reservoir, thence running generally southeasterly to state highway twenty-five in or near the hamlet of Brunswick Center; beginning at state highway eighty-four near the hamlet of Brunswick Center, thence running generally southeasterly to state highway one hundred ninety-seven in or near the hamlet of Clums Corners; beginning at or near the northeastern city line of Troy, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Speigletown and Melrose and the village of Schaghticoke to the Washington-Rensselaer county line; beginning at the Saratoga-Rensselaer county line, thence running generally easterly to a point on state highway four hundred seventy-seven; beginning at the junction of state highways one thousand eight hundred forty-three and eight thousand three hundred fifty near the village of Schaghticoke thence running generally easterly through the village of Valley Falls to the Washington-Rensselaer county line; beginning at state highway four hundred ninety in or near the hamlet of North Hoosick, thence running generally easterly to the New York-Vermont state line; beginning at state highway five thousand two hundred seventy-eight in the town of Sand Lake, thence running generally northerly to state highway one hundred ninety-seven in or near the town of Brunswick; beginning at a point to be determined by the commissioner on state highway twenty-six, thence running generally northeasterly to the southern city line of Troy; beginning at the southern city line of Troy west of Winter street, thence running generally easterly to state highway two hundred one; beginning at the northern city line of Troy, thence running generally northeasterly to state highway nine hundred eighty; beginning at a point on the southeastern city line of Rensselaer on state highway one hundred two, thence running generally northerly to Third avenue in the city of Rensselaer; beginning at a point on the eastern city line of Rensselaer connecting with the South Mall expressway, thence running generally easterly to a point on state highway twenty-six or five thousand one hundred ninety-six, as determined by the commissioner; beginning at a point on the South Mall expressway east of the city line of Rensselaer, thence running generally southerly to a connection with state highway one hundred two in the vicinity of High street; beginning at the Saratoga-Rensselaer county line, thence running generally southeasterly to the Champlain canal lock four access road; from a point on state highway two hundred two, thence running generally easterly to a point at or near the intersection of Reno and Miller roads.

  2. Effective April first, nineteen hundred eighty, the legislative body of the county of Rensselaer having previously approved the exchange of highways described in this paragraph, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the county roads described as follows: "beginning at state highway five thousand two hundred seventy-eight in or near the town of Sand Lake, thence running generally northerly to state highway one hundred ninety-seven in or near the town of Brunswick; beginning at a point on state highway two hundred eighty-four in the hamlet of Sand Lake, thence running generally northwesterly to state highway two hundred eighty-eight; beginning at a point on state highway eleven, thence running generally easterly to state highway seven hundred sixty-five; beginning at the Saratoga-Rensselaer county line, thence running generally easterly to a point on state highway four hundred seventy-seven"; and to transfer to the county of Rensselaer for future maintenance as part of the county highway system in Rensselaer county and to issue official orders of abandonment of those portions of highway described as follows: "beginning at or near the southerly village line of Valley Falls, thence running generally northerly to a point on state highway one thousand seven hundred forty-four; beginning at the southern city line of Troy, thence running generally southeasterly to state highway seven hundred sixty-five; beginning at the northern city line of Troy, thence running northeasterly along state highway five hundred four to state highway one thousand one hundred twenty-three; beginning at the access road to lock four east of the Champlain canal, thence running generally easterly to a point at or near the northern boundary of the village of Schagticoke, beginning at a point on the easterly city line of Rensselaer, thence running generally southeasterly to the hamlet of Sliters Corners; beginning at the easterly city line of Troy, thence running generally easterly to a point on state highway two hundred one; beginning at a point on state highway two hundred eighty-four in the hamlet of Averill Park, thence running generally northwesterly to state highway two hundred eighty-eight; beginning at the eastern city line of Troy, thence running generally northerly paralleling the eastern city line of Troy to the eastern city line of Troy; beginning at state highway twenty-six, thence running generally northeasterly to the southern city line of Troy, excluding that portion between Williams road and White View road; beginning at a point on state highway two hundred eighty-seven, thence running generally easterly to state highway twenty-six in the hamlet of DeFreestville".

  3. Upon the completion and acceptance of the aforementioned highways described as "beginning at a point to be determined by the commissioner on state highway twenty-six, thence running generally northeasterly to the southern city line of Troy", "beginning at the southern city line of Troy west of Winter street, thence running generally easterly to state highway two hundred one" and "beginning at the northern city line of Troy, thence running generally northeasterly to state highway nine hundred eighty", the commissioner shall abandon to the county of Rensselaer by respective official orders (coinciding with the completion and acceptance of the first highway set forth above) all of state highway eleven and that portion of state highway twenty-six north of its junction with the first highway set forth above; (coinciding with the completion and acceptance of the second highway set forth above) all of state highway seventy-seven and that portion of state highway two hundred one west of its junction with the second highway set forth above; and (coinciding with the completion and acceptance of the third highway set forth above) all of state highways eleven hundred twenty-three and five hundred four and that portion of state highway nine hundred eighty south of its junction with the third highway set forth above. Upon the filing of a certified copy of each such respective official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the board of supervisors, the county superintendent of highways, all of Rensselaer county, and the state comptroller, the aforesaid state highways and portions of state highways specified for abandonment in each such respective official order, together with all the rights and obligations of the state therein, shall be turned over and surrendered to the county of Rensselaer, to be thereupon and thereafter maintained by the county as a part of the county road system of said county.

  4. Upon the completion and acceptance of the construction of the highways described above as "beginning at a point on the eastern city line of Rensselaer connecting with the South Mall expressway, thence running generally easterly to a point on state highway twenty-six or five thousand one hundred ninety-six, as determined by the commissioner" and "beginning at a point on the South Mall expressway east of the city line of Rensselaer, thence running generally southerly to a connection with state highway one hundred two in the vicinity of High street", the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order of abandonment to the county of Rensselaer of all state highway five thousand five hundred thirty-three from the easterly Rensselaer city line easterly to its junction with state highways five thousand one hundred ninety-six and nine hundred eighty-one-A; and upon the filing of certified copies of such official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the board of supervisors, the county superintendent of highways, all of Rensselaer county and the state comptroller, the state shall cease to maintain the aforesaid state highway and portions of state highways specified for abandonment in said official order, and all the rights and obligations of the state therein shall be turned over and surrendered to the county of Rensselaer, the said highway and portions of state highways to be maintained by Rensselaer county as a part of the county road system.

  41. Rockland county. 1. Beginning at the New York-New Jersey state line, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Palisades, Sparkill, Orangeburg and Congers, the villages of Haverstraw and West Haverstraw and the hamlets of Stony Point and Tomkins Cove to the Orange-Rockland county line near the Bear Mountain bridge; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Sparkill, thence running generally northerly through or near the villages of Piermont, South Nyack and Nyack to a state highway near the hamlet of Congers; beginning at the New York-New Jersey state line, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Pearl River, Bardonia and New City to a state highway near the village of Haverstraw; beginning at the New York-New Jersey state line, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Spring Valley to a state highway near the hamlet of Mount Ivy; beginning at the New York-New Jersey state line, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Monsey and Ladentown to a state highway near the hamlet of Jones Point; beginning at the New York-New Jersey state line, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Hillburn, the hamlet of Ramapo and the village of Sloatsburg to the Rockland-Orange county line south of the village of Tuxedo; beginning at a state highway in or near the village of Hillburn, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Suffern, the hamlet of Tallman, the villages of Spring Valley and West Nyack to or near the village of Nyack; beginning at the New York-New Jersey state line, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the village of Suffern and the hamlets of Ladentown and Mount Ivy to a state highway near the village of Haverstraw; beginning at the New York-New Jersey state line, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Suffern, the hamlet of Ramapo and the village of Sloatsburg to the Rockland-Orange county line; beginning at the New York-New Jersey state line, thence running generally northerly to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Sparkill; beginning at the New York-New Jersey state line, thence running generally northerly to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Orangeburg; beginning at the Palisades interstate parkway, thence running generally easterly to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Stony Point; beginning at state highway seven hundred twenty-eight in or near the hamlet of Sparkill, thence running generally northerly to or near a state highway in or near the village of Piermont.

  2. Upon the completion and acceptance of the construction or improvement of the highways described above as "beginning at the New York-New Jersey state line, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Palisades, Sparkill, Orangeburg and Congers, the villages of Haverstraw and West Haverstraw and the hamlets of Stony Point and Tomkins Cove to the Rockland-Orange county line near the Bear Mountain bridge; beginning at a state highway in or near the villages of Piermont, South Nyack and Nyack to a state highway near the hamlet of Congers", the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order of abandonment to the village of Piermont of state highway sixteen hundred ninety-seven and to the county of Rockland that portion of state highway seven hundred twenty-eight northwest of state highway sixteen hundred ninety-seven, and upon the filing of certified copies of such official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the village of Piermont, the clerk of the board of supervisors, the county superintendent of highways of Rockland county, the supervisor of the town of Orangetown, and the state comptroller, the state shall cease to maintain state highway sixteen hundred ninety-seven, and that portion of state highway seven hundred twenty-eight northwest of state highway sixteen hundred ninety-seven and all the rights and obligations of the state therein shall revert to and become the responsibility of the village of Piermont and the county of Rockland respectively.

  3. Upon the request of the governing bodies of the villages of Nyack and Upper Nyack, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order of abandonment to the village of Nyack, Rockland county, all of that portion of state highway twelve hundred ninety-five which lies within the village of Nyack and to the village of Upper Nyack, Rockland county, all of that portion of state highway twelve hundred ninety-five which lies within the village of Upper Nyack. Upon the filing of certified copy of such official order of abandonment with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the board of supervisors, the county superintendent of highways, the clerks of the villages of Nyack and Upper Nyack, all of Rockland county and the state comptroller, the state shall cease to maintain the portions of state highway designated for abandonment as above set forth and all the rights and obligations of the state therein shall be turned over and surrendered to the villages of Nyack and Upper Nyack respectively, to be thereafter maintained as village streets by the village of Nyack and Upper Nyack, respectively, as above set forth.

  42. St. Lawrence county. 1. Beginning at the Jefferson-St. Lawrence county line northeast of the village of Redwood, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the village of Morristown to a point on the southwesterly Ogdensburg city line near the intersection of Mansion avenue and Cedar street; beginning at a point on the southerly Ogdensburg city line near the intersection of New York avenue and Lake street west of the Oswegatchie river, thence northeasterly to a point on the southerly Ogdensburg city line in the vicinity of Rosseel street; also farther east beginning from a point on the easterly Ogdensburg city line near the approach to the bridge to Canada, thence northeasterly to a point on the southerly Ogdensburg city line at the approach to the bridge to Canada; beginning at the Veteran's mountain camp, thence running generally southeasterly to a point on state highway one thousand two hundred fifty; beginning at the Jefferson-St. Lawrence county line, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the villages of Gouverneur, Canton and Potsdam and the hamlet of Nicholville to the St. Lawrence-Franklin county line; beginning at a point on state highway five thousand four hundred sixty-seven in or near the village of Massena, thence running generally southerly and easterly through or near the hamlet of Winthrop to a point on a state highway southeast of the hamlet of Winthrop; beginning at a point on or near state highway eight thousand three hundred thirty-seven north of the village of Harrisville, thence running northerly through or near the hamlets of Geers Corners and Balmat to a point on or near state highway one thousand two hundred sixty-three in or near the hamlet of Fowler; beginning at the Lewis-St. Lawrence county line near the village of Harrisville, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Fine, Star Lake, Sevey and Piercefield to the St. Lawrence-Franklin county line; beginning at the Jefferson-St. Lawrence county line, thence running generally northeasterly along the St. Lawrence river to or near the village of Morristown; beginning at or near the village of Morristown, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the hamlet of Pope's Mills and the village of Gouverneur to or near the hamlet of Fine; beginning at or near the city line of Ogdensburg, thence running generally southeasterly to a state highway in or near the village of Canton; beginning at a point in or near the village of Potsdam, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Norwood to a point in or near the hamlet of Raymondville; beginning at a point in or near the village of Potsdam, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of Stockholm Center and Lawrenceville to a point on the Franklin-St. Lawrence county line; beginning on state highway five thousand one hundred fifteen, east of the village of Canton, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Madrid and Raymondville, to a point on state highway one thousand six hundred thirty-one in the village of Massena; beginning at a point on or near state highway five hundred twenty-one west of the village of Massena, thence running generally easterly over state highways five thousand five hundred thirty-six and nine thousand three hundred sixty-eight to state highway nine thousand three hundred sixty-seven, thence running generally southerly to a point on or near state highway one thousand two hundred sixty-one; beginning at state highway eight thousand one hundred in or near the village of Massena, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Raquette River, to the St. Lawrence-Franklin county line, west of the hamlet of Hogansburg; beginning at a point in or near the village of Potsdam, thence running easterly to a point in or near the hamlet of Parishville; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Parishville, thence running generally easterly to a point in or near the hamlet of Hopkinton; beginning at a point on or near state highway eight thousand four hundred seventy-six northeast of the village of Richville, thence running generally northerly through the village of Heuvelton to a point on or near the Ogdensburg city line; beginning at a point northeast of the city of Ogdensburg, thence running generally northeasterly along the St. Lawrence river through the village of Waddington to a point on state highway fifty-seven dash five in or near the village of Massena; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Madrid, thence running generally southeasterly to a point in or near the village of Potsdam; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Madrid, thence running generally northerly to a point in or near the village of Waddington; beginning at a point on or near state highway one thousand two hundred sixty-one, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Helena, thence running generally northeasterly to the St. Lawrence-Franklin county line; beginning at a point on or near state highway one thousand three hundred eighty-nine, thence running generally northerly to a point on or near state highway eight thousand three hundred ninety-five at or near the village of Edwards; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Colton, thence running generally northerly to a junction with state highway seven hundred thirty-four; beginning at a point on or near state highway nine thousand one hundred six-A, thence running generally westerly to a point in or near the hamlet of Horseshoe; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Nicholville, thence running generally southeasterly to the St. Lawrence-Franklin county line; beginning at state highway five thousand four hundred sixty-seven in or near the village of Massena, thence running generally southeasterly to state highway one thousand two hundred sixty-one, thence generally easterly to a junction with state highway fifty-five dash seven; beginning at state highway five hundred twenty-one, thence running generally southeasterly to state highway eight thousand one hundred; beginning at a point on state highway five thousand thirty-two as determined by the commissioner, thence running generally northeasterly and easterly to a connection with state highway one thousand thirty-two or one thousand one hundred eight in the vicinity of the northern village line of Potsdam, as determined by the commissioner; beginning at a point on state highway one thousand thirty-two or one thousand one hundred eight in the vicinity of the northern village line of Potsdam, as determined by the commissioner, thence running generally easterly to a connection with state highway one thousand five hundred forty-eight, at a point to be determined by the commissioner; beginning at a point on or near state highway eight hundred seventy-eight west of the city of Ogdensburg thence running northeasterly to a point on the west Ogdensburg corporation line; beginning at a point on the Franklin-St. Lawrence county line thence running generally northerly to another point on the aforementioned county line; beginning at a point on state highway five thousand one hundred fifteen east of the village of Canton, thence running generally southeasterly through the hamlet of Colton to a point in or near the hamlet of Seveys Corners; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Pope's Mills, thence running generally northeasterly to a point on a state highway in or near the village of Heuvelton; beginning at a point on a state highway in the hamlet of Stockholm Center, thence running generally northeasterly through the hamlets of Winthrop, Brasher Falls, and North Lawrence, and thence running southerly to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Reeds Corners.

  2. Effective September first, nineteen hundred eighty-two, the legislative bodies of the county of St. Lawrence and the towns of Canton and Peirrepont, and the village of Canton, having previously approved the exchange of highways described in this paragraph, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the county roads and village streets described as follows: "beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Stockholm Center, thence running generally easterly to a state highway west of the hamlet of Lawrenceville; beginning at a point on state highway five thousand one hundred fifteen east of the village of Canton thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Madrid to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Raymondville; beginning at a point on or near state highway eight thousand three hundred thirty-seven north of the village of Harrisville, thence running northerly through or near the hamlets of Geers Corners and Balmat to a point on state highway one thousand two hundred sixty-three in or near the hamlet of Fowler; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Winthrop thence running generally southeasterly to a point southeast of the hamlet of Winthrop; beginning at a point on or near state highway eight hundred seventy-eight west of the city of Ogdensburg thence running northeasterly to a point on the west Ogdensburg corporation line, beginning on a point at the southern end of state highway one thousand one hundred and twenty-six thence running easterly to a point on a state highway in or near the hamlet of Colton"; and to transfer to the county of St. Lawrence for future maintenance as part of the county highway system in St. Lawrence county and to issue official orders of abandonment of those portions of highway described as follows: "beginning at a point south of the village of Hammond thence running generally southerly to a point in or near the hamlet of Rossie; beginning at the village of Canton northerly boundary line thence running generally northerly through the hamlet of Morley to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Madrid; beginning at a point in the hamlet of Norfolk, thence running generally easterly to a point on state highway one thousand five hundred eighty-seven; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Kindrews Corners thence running generally northeasterly through the village of Rensselaer Falls to a point in the hamlet of Woodbridge Corners; beginning at a point in the hamlet of Nicholville thence running generally northerly to the hamlet of Lavery's Corners; beginning at a point in the hamlet of Reeds Corners thence running generally southerly to the hamlet of Lavery's Corners; beginning at point on the western-most end of state highway nine thousand three hundred fifty-seven thence running generally northeasterly to a point on the eastern-most end of state highway nine thousand three hundred fifty-seven"; and to transfer to the village of Canton for future maintenance as part of the village street system in the village of Canton and to issue official orders of abandonment of those portions of highway described as follows: "beginning at state highway five thousand one hundred fifteen in the village of Canton, thence running northerly to the village of Canton boundary line".

  43. Saratoga county. 1. Beginning at the Albany-Saratoga county line at or near the hamlet of Crescent, thence running generally northwesterly and northerly through or near the hamlets of Clifton Park, Elnora, Ballston Lake and Ballston Center, and the village of Ballston Spa, to the southern inner corporation tax boundary of Saratoga Springs; beginning at the northern inner corporation tax boundary of Saratoga Springs, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Wilton and the village of South Glens Falls to the Saratoga-Warren county line; beginning at the Fulton-Saratoga county line, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Mosherville, East Galway, Rock City Falls and North Milton, to the western inner corporation tax boundary of Saratoga Springs; beginning at state highway eight thousand sixty-five in or near the hamlet of Clifton Park, thence running generally easterly to the southern city line of Mechanicville; beginning on the northern city line of Mechanicville, thence running generally northerly and westerly through or near the village of Stillwater, the hamlet of Bemis Heights, the Saratoga battlefield, and the villages of Victory and Schuylerville, thence running generally westerly to the western inner corporation tax boundary of Saratoga Springs; beginning at a point south of the village of South Glens Falls on state highway fifty-eight, thence running generally easterly to the Saratoga-Washington county line, east of the village of Fort Edward; beginning at a point in or near the city of Saratoga Springs, thence running generally northeasterly to or near state highway one thousand four hundred sixty-one, in or near the hamlet of Gansevoort; beginning at a point in or near the city of Saratoga Springs, thence running generally northerly to a point on or near state highway two hundred forty-two; beginning at a point on state highway five thousand two hundred five in or near the hamlet of Bemis Heights, thence running generally northerly to or near state highway two hundred forty-four in or near the village of Schuylerville; beginning at a point on state highway five thousand two hundred five in or near the hamlet of Bemis Heights, thence running generally westerly to a point on or near state highway one thousand five hundred twenty-eight, thence running northerly to a point in or near the city of Saratoga Springs; beginning at a point on state highway one thousand one hundred seventeen north of the hamlet of Vischer Ferry, near the Albany-Saratoga county line, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Rexford and Elnora, east of Ballston lake, to a point on or near state highway six hundred eleven near Kayaderosseras creek; beginning at a point on state highway one thousand one hundred seventeen south of the hamlet of Rexford, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Elnora to a point on or near the Southard Corners-Kayaderosseras creek highway; beginning at the Schenectady-Saratoga county line in the vicinity of the hamlet of Glenridge, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Rexford to a point on or near state highway eight thousand one hundred thirty-seven; beginning at the Schenectady-Saratoga county line, thence running generally northerly to a point on or near state highway one thousand one hundred seventeen in or near the hamlet of Rexford; beginning at a point on the Schenectady-Saratoga county line in or near the hamlet of Burnt Hills, thence running generally northeasterly to a point on or near state highway five thousand two hundred eighty-one or nine thousand fifty-six; beginning at a point on state highway eight thousand sixty-five, in or near the hamlet of Clifton Park, thence running generally northerly to a point on or near state highway six hundred ten, in or near the hamlet of Round Lake; beginning at a point in or near the village of Ballston Spa, thence running generally easterly to a point on or near state highway one thousand five hundred twenty-eight and six hundred eleven; beginning at a point on or near state highway five thousand six hundred thirty-nine north of the hamlet of Crescent, thence running generally northerly to a point on or near state highway one thousand three hundred forty-five, south of the hamlet of Newtown; beginning at a point on or near state highway fifty-nine south of the city of Mechanicville, thence running generally northerly to a point in or near the city of Mechanicville on or near state highway one thousand three hundred forty-five; beginning at a point on the northerly Mechanicville city line, thence running generally northerly to a point on or near state highway two hundred forty-three north of the Boston and Maine railroad bridge; beginning at the Schenectady-Saratoga county line, south of the hamlet of West Charlton, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Galway to a point on or near state highway eight thousand forty-five, west of the hamlet of Mosherville; beginning at a point on state highway five thousand seven hundred thirteen, west of the city of Saratoga Springs, thence running generally easterly to a point on or near the western city line of Saratoga Springs; beginning at a point on state highway six hundred ten west of the city of Mechanicville, thence running generally easterly to a point on or near the westerly city line of Mechanicville; beginning at a point on or near state highway five thousand two hundred seventy-seven, in or near the village of Schuylerville, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Gansevoort to a point on or near state highway five thousand five hundred ninety-eight in or near the village of South Glens Falls, with a connection to the Saratoga-Washington county line north of the village of Schuylerville; beginning at a point on or near state highway four hundred forty-three, in or near the city of Saratoga Springs, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Greenfield Center, North Greenfield and South Corinth and the village of Corinth to the Saratoga-Warren county line; beginning at a point on or near state highway six hundred ten in or near the city of Mechanicville, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlets of Maltaville and Malta to a point on state highway six hundred eleven in or near the city of Saratoga Springs; beginning at a point on or near state highway six hundred eleven north of the hamlet of Malta, thence running generally easterly to a point at or near the junction of state highway eight thousand two hundred seventy-six and eight thousand one hundred thirty-one; beginning at a point on or near state highway five thousand sixty-two south of the village of Ballston Spa, thence running generally easterly to a point at or near the junction of state highway six hundred ten and six hundred eleven, in or near the hamlet of Malta; beginning at the Montgomery-Saratoga county line, thence running generally easterly to a point in or near the village of Ballston Spa; beginning at the Albany-Saratoga county line in or near the village of Waterford, thence running generally northerly to a point on or near state highway fifty-nine, south of the city of Mechanicville; beginning at a point on or near state highway five thousand two hundred eighty-one, thence running generally northeasterly to a point on or near state highway five thousand eighty-five; beginning at an interchange with interstate route 502, thence running generally easterly to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Crescent; beginning at a point on state highway nine thousand three hundred eighty-seven in the vicinity of the interchange with interstate route five hundred two (interstate route eighty-seven) thence generally northeasterly to or near the intersection of state highway six hundred ten and state highway one thousand seven hundred ninety-five.

  2. The total cost of highway-railroad separations necessary in the construction of the highway above described as "beginning at a point on state highway one thousand one hundred seventeen south of the hamlet of Rexford, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Elnora to a point on or near the Southard Corners-Kayaderosseras creek highway", where no crossings now exist, may be borne by the state and be paid for from any state or federal moneys available for the construction or reconstruction of state highways.

  3. The total cost of the highway-railroad separation necessary in the construction of the highway above described as "beginning at a point on or near state highway fifty-nine south of the city of Mechanicville, thence running generally northerly to a point in or near the city of Mechanicville on or near state highway one thousand three hundred forty-five", where no crossing now exists, may be borne by the state and be paid for from any state or federal moneys available for the construction or reconstruction of state highways. Upon the completion and acceptance of said described highway, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order of abandonment to the county of Saratoga of that portion of state highway fifty-nine from the southerly Mechanicville city line south of its intersection with said described highway, and upon the filing of certified copies of such official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the board of supervisors, the county superintendent of highways, all of Saratoga county, and the state comptroller, the state shall cease to maintain such portion of state highway fifty-nine and all rights and obligations of the state therein shall be turned over and surrendered to the county of Saratoga and such portion of said state highway shall thereafter be maintained as a part of the county road system of said county.

  4. Upon the completion and acceptance of the highway above described as "beginning at a point on the northerly Mechanicville city line, thence running generally northerly to a point on or near state highway two hundred forty-three north of the Boston and Maine railroad bridge", the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order of abandonment to the county of Saratoga of that portion of state highway two hundred forty-three from the northerly Mechanicville city line north to its intersection with the above described state highway, and upon the filing of certified copies of such official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the board of supervisors, the county superintendent of highways, all of Saratoga county and the state comptroller, the state shall cease to maintain such portion of state highway two hundred forty-three and all rights and obligations of the state therein shall be turned over and surrendered to the county of Saratoga and such portion of said state highway shall thereafter be maintained as a part of the county road system of said county.

  5. Upon the completion and acceptance of the highway above described as "beginning at a point on state highway six hundred ten west of the city of Mechanicville, thence running generally easterly to a point on or near the westerly city line of Mechanicville", the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order of abandonment to the county of Saratoga of that portion of state highway six hundred ten from the westerly Mechanicville city line west to its intersection with the above described state highway and upon the filing of certified copies of such official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the board of supervisors, the county superintendent of highways, all of Saratoga county, and the state comptroller, the state shall cease to maintain such portion of state highway six hundred ten and all rights and obligations of the state therein shall be turned over and surrendered to the county of Saratoga and such portion of said state highway shall thereafter be maintained as a part of the county road system of said county.

  6. Upon completion and acceptance of the highway described above as "beginning at a point in or near the city of Saratoga Springs, thence running generally northerly to a point on or near state highway two hundred forty-two", the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order of abandonment to the county of Saratoga of that portion of state highway two hundred forty-two, from the above described point of intersection as determined by the commissioner, southerly to its intersection with state highway four hundred forty-three, together with that portion of state highway four hundred forty-three from its intersection with state highway two hundred forty-two southerly to the northern city line of Saratoga Springs, and upon the filing of certified copies of such official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the board of supervisors, the county superintendent of highways, all of Saratoga county, and the state comptroller, the state shall cease to maintain said portions of state highway two hundred forty-two and four hundred forty-three, and all the rights and obligations of the state therein shall be turned over and surrendered to the county of Saratoga and the portions of said highways shall thereafter be maintained by the county of Saratoga as a part of the county road system.

  7. The commissioner of transportation is directed to assume jurisdiction over the following described county road:

  Commencing at the northerly highway boundary of the state route 146 -- Saratoga county road 90 intersection (station 0+24); thence northerly along county road 90 to its intersection with the southerly highway boundary of the junction of the east and west spurs of state route 146A (station 2+92), a total length of 0.05 mile.

  The commissioner of transportation shall prepare an official order designating such road and highway as a part of the state highway system to be hereafter maintained as a part of the state highway system, and shall file certified copies of such official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the board of supervisors, the county superintendent of highways and with the clerk of the town of Clifton Park, all of the county of Saratoga and with the comptroller of the state of New York.

  8. Effective April first, nineteen hundred eighty-one, the legislative body of the county of Saratoga having previously approved the transfer of the highway described in this paragraph, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the county road described as follows: "beginning at the Saratoga-Schenectady county line in the vicinity of the hamlet of Glenridge, thence running generally easterly to a point on state highway one thousand one hundred seventeen".

  9. Upon the completion and acceptance of the highway described as "beginning at a point on state highway nine thousand three hundred eighty-seven in the vicinity of the interchange with interstate route five hundred two (interstate route eighty-seven) thence generally northeasterly to or near the intersection of state highway six hundred ten and state highway one thousand seven hundred ninety-five", the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order of abandonment to the village of Round Lake of that portion of state highway nine thousand three hundred eighty-seven, and as included in an official order dated July twenty-seventh, nineteen hundred seventy from the above-described point as determined by the commissioner easterly to its intersection with state highway one thousand seven hundred ninety-five and upon the filing of certified copies of such official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the board of supervisors, the county superintendent of highways, all of Saratoga county, and the state comptroller, the state shall cease to maintain such portion of state highway nine thousand three hundred eighty-seven and all rights and obligations of the state therein shall be turned over and surrendered to the village of Round Lake and such portion of said state highway shall thereafter be maintained by the village of Round Lake as a village road.

  44. Schenectady county. 1. Beginning at the Albany-Schenectady county line, thence running generally northerly on state highway five hundred seventy-seven to the southern Schenectady city line; beginning on the Great Western Gateway bridge, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the village of Scotia and the hamlet of Hoffmans to the Schenectady-Montgomery county line; beginning at the Schoharie-Schenectady county line west of the hamlet of Quaker Street, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Quaker Street and Duanesburg to the hamlet of Rotterdam, thence southeasterly to a point on the Albany-Schenectady county line south of the hamlet of Carman; beginning in or near the village of Scotia, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of East Glenville and High Mills to the Schenectady-Saratoga county line; beginning at the Albany-Schenectady county line, thence running generally northwesterly along state highways four hundred seven, one and 57-20 to the Schenectady city line with a connector running northwesterly along state highway one to state highway one thousand eight hundred seventy-two; beginning at the Schoharie-Schenectady county line near the village of Esperance, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Duanesburg and southeasterly through or near the hamlet of Gifford Corners to the Albany-Schenectady county line; beginning at or near the hamlet of Gifford Corners at an intersection with state highway eight thousand ninety-seven thence running generally easterly and northeasterly to an intersection with state highway five hundred seventy-seven; beginning at the intersection of state highways five hundred seventy-seven and five thousand seven hundred ten, thence running generally easterly on Altamont avenue to the Schenectady city line; beginning at the Schenectady-Montgomery county line, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Mariaville, thence southeasterly, easterly and southeasterly to a point at the intersection of state highways eight hundred eighty and five hundred seventy-seven; beginning at the Schenectady-Montgomery county line near the hamlet of Pattersonville, thence running generally southeasterly along the south bank of the Mohawk river through or near the hamlet of Rotterdam Junction to an interchange of traffic with interstate route connection 550; beginning at a point in the village of Scotia, thence running generally northerly and northwesterly through or near the hamlet of Glenville Center to the Schenectady-Saratoga county line; beginning at the Schoharie-Schenectady county line near the village of Esperance, thence running generally northerly and northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Braman Corners to an intersection with state highway seven hundred eighty-nine east of the Montgomery-Schenectady county line; beginning at the Montgomery-Schenectady county line at or near the hamlet of Scotch Church, thence running generally easterly and northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Pattersonville to an intersection with state highway six hundred forty; beginning at an intersection with state highway seven hundred eighty-nine in or near the hamlet of Mariaville, thence running generally northerly to the Montgomery-Schenectady county line; beginning at or near the hamlet of Quaker Street, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Delanson to an intersection with state highway one thousand four hundred fifty-four; beginning at the Albany-Schenectady county line in the town of Rotterdam, thence running generally northerly and northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Pine Grove to a point on state highway five hundred seventy-seven in the hamlet of South Schenectady; beginning at state highway five thousand seven hundred ten, thence running generally northeasterly to the southern city line of Schenectady; beginning at the Albany-Schenectady county line, thence running generally northwesterly on state highway one hundred seventy-nine to the Schenectady city line; beginning at state highway one hundred seventy-nine east of the Schenectady city line, thence running generally northerly through the town of Niskayuna to the Saratoga-Schenectady county line; beginning at state highway six hundred forty in the vicinity of the hamlet of Rotterdam Junction, thence running generally northeasterly to barge canal lock nine; beginning at the northwest Schenectady city line, thence running generally northwesterly along state highway one thousand one hundred seventy-two to state highway five thousand three hundred fourteen; beginning at the Albany-Schenectady county line, thence running generally northerly to the Saratoga-Schenectady county line near the hamlet of Aqueduct, the total cost of highway-railroad separations necessary in the construction of this highway where no crossings now exist, may be borne by the state and be paid for from any state or federal moneys available for the construction or reconstruction of state highways; beginning at a point on interstate route connection 550, thence running generally easterly on new location to a point on the western Schenectady city line in the vicinity of Fawn avenue to connect with a Schenectady arterial route, including the interchange of traffic with interstate route connection 550; beginning at a point on interstate route connection 550 in the vicinity of interstate route 504 west of Schenectady, thence running generally northeasterly on new location to the Schenectady-Saratoga county line in the vicinity of the hamlet of Burnt Hills; beginning at the northern Schenectady city line on a new bridge over the Mohawk river, connecting to an arterial route, thence running generally northeasterly to the Saratoga-Schenectady county line in the vicinity of the hamlet of Glenridge; beginning at a point on the eastern Schenectady city line on or in the vicinity of Rosa road, thence running generally easterly crossing state highway one thousand eight hundred seventy-two and continuing generally southeasterly to a point on state highway seven hundred ninety-three; beginning at a point on state highway five thousand three hundred fourteen, thence running generally easterly along Glenridge road to a point on the Saratoga-Schenectady county line; beginning at a point on state highway eight hundred eighty, thence running generally northeasterly via Burdeck road and Campbell road to an interchange of traffic with interstate route connection 550; beginning at a point on Campbell road, thence running generally easterly along state highways six hundred forty-one and one thousand eight hundred fifty-three to a point on the western Schenectady city line; beginning at station 23+46 on state highway 70-4, thence running southeasterly along state highway 70-4 to station 30+28.

  2. Upon the completion and acceptance of the highway described as "beginning at a point on interstate route connection 550 in the vicinity of interstate route 504 west of Schenectady, thence running generally northeasterly on new location to the Schenectady-Saratoga county line in the vicinity of the hamlet of Burnt Hills," the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order of abandonment to the county of Schenectady of state highways seventy-three, one thousand four hundred eighty-two, and one thousand six hundred seventy-nine, and upon the filing of certified copies of such official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the county legislative body, the county superintendent of highways of Schenectady county, and the state comptroller, respectively, the state shall cease to maintain said highways seventy-three, one thousand four hundred eighty-two, and one thousand six hundred seventy-nine, and all the rights and obligations of the state therein shall be turned over and surrendered to the county of Schenectady and said highways shall thereafter be maintained by the county of Schenectady as part of the county road system.

  3. Upon completion and acceptance of the highway described as "beginning at a point on the eastern city line of Schenectady on or in the vicinity of Rosa road, thence running generally easterly crossing state highway one thousand eight hundred seventy-two and continuing generally southeasterly to a point on state highway seven hundred ninety-three", the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order of abandonment to the county of Schenectady of that portion of state highway eight thousand four hundred sixty-six from its intersection with state highway seven hundred eighty-nine northerly to the Schenectady-Montgomery county line; upon the filing of certified copies of such official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the county legislative body, the county superintendent of highways, all of Schenectady county, and the state comptroller, the state shall cease to maintain the aforesaid portions of state highways specified for abandonment in said official order, and all the rights and obligations of the state therein shall be turned over and surrendered to the county of Schenectady, the said portions of state highways to be maintained thereafter by Schenectady county as a part of the county road system.

  4. Upon completion and acceptance of a project of reconstruction within the highway described as "beginning at a point on state highway five hundred seventy-seven, thence running generally northeasterly via Helderberg avenue to the southern city line of Schenectady", the legislative body of the county of Schenectady having previously approved the exchange of said highway, the commissioner is authorized and directed to enter an official order of abandonment of such highway and to transfer such highway to the county for future maintenance as part of the county highway system.

  5. Effective April first, nineteen hundred eighty, the legislative body of the county of Schenectady having previously approved the exchange of highways described in this paragraph, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the county roads described as follows: All of that route described as "beginning at a point on state highway five thousand three hundred fourteen, thence running generally easterly along Glenridge road to a point on the Saratoga-Schenectady county line"; all of that route described as "beginning at a point on state highway eight hundred eighty, thence running generally northeasterly via Burdeck road and Campbell road to an interchange of traffic with interstate route connection 550"; all of that route described as "beginning at a point on state highway one hundred seventy-nine east of the Schenectady city line thence running generally northerly to a point on state highway one"; and to transfer to the county of Schenectady for future maintenance as part of the county highway system in Schenectady county and to issue official orders of abandonment of those portions of highway described as follows: beginning at state highway four hundred seven on or near the Albany-Schenectady county line in the vicinity of the Mohawk river, thence running generally along the south bank of such river northwesterly and westerly to state highway one east of the Schenectady city line; beginning at an intersection with state highway one thousand eight hundred seventy-two thence running northwesterly along state highway one to the Schenectady city line; beginning at the intersection of state highway eight hundred eighty and five hundred seventy-seven, thence running generally northeasterly along state highway one hundred sixty-three to a point on the western city line of Schenectady; beginning at a point on state highway five hundred seventy-seven, thence running northerly to a point on the southern city line of Schenectady.

  45. Schoharie county. Beginning at the Otsego-Schoharie county line, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of West Richmondville, the villages of Richmondville and Cobleskill to the Schoharie-Schenectady county line; beginning at the Delaware-Schoharie county line, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the hamlet of South Gilboa Station to the Schoharie-Delaware county line; beginning at a point on state highway five thousand three hundred forty-three in or near the hamlet of South Gilboa Station, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the hamlet of South Gilboa to a junction with state highway eight thousand three hundred twelve; beginning at the Delaware-Schoharie county line north of the village of Stamford, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of South Jefferson, Jefferson, Baird Corners and Summit to a junction with state highway five thousand four hundred fifty-eight in or near the village of Richmondville; beginning at a point in or near the village of Cobleskill, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlet of Hyndsville, Jamesville, Gardnerville and Beekman Corners and the village of Sharon Springs to the Schoharie-Montgomery county line; beginning at the Albany-Schoharie county line, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlets of Livingstonville and Franklinton, the village of Middleburg and the hamlet of East Cobleskill to state highway five thousand two hundred eighty-six; beginning at a state highway in the village of Cobleskill, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlet of Lawyersville to the junction of state highway five thousand five hundred sixty-nine and state highway eight thousand eighty-one in or near the hamlet of Sharon; beginning at the junction of state highway five thousand four hundred forty-four and state highway five thousand eighty-six in or near the hamlet of Vrooman, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the hamlet of Gallupville to the Schoharie-Albany county line; beginning at a point on state highway five thousand eighty-six in or near the hamlet of Gallupville, thence running generally northeasterly to the Schoharie-Albany county line; beginning at the junction of state highway five thousand one hundred ninety-five and state highway nine thousand two hundred ninety-eight, thence running generally northwesterly to a junction with state highway five thousand six hundred nineteen; beginning at the junction of state highway five thousand one hundred ninety-five and state highway one thousand two hundred fifteen, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Central Bridge and Sloansville to the Schoharie-Montgomery county line; beginning at the junction of state highway nine thousand fifty-nine and state highway eight thousand four hundred four north of the hamlet of Sloansville, thence running generally northwesterly to the Schoharie-Montgomery county line; beginning at the Delaware-Schoharie county line northeast of the hamlet of Grand Gorge, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of North Bleinheim, Breakabeen, Fultonham and Watsonville, the villages of Middleburg and Schoharie and the hamlet of Vrooman to the Schoharie-Schenectady county line; beginning at the Otsego-Schoharie county line, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Sharon Springs, the hamlets of Sharon Center, Sharon, Little York, Carlisle and Sloansville and the village of Esperance to the Schoharie-Schenectady county line; beginning at the Otsego-Schoharie county line in or near the hamlet of Weber Corners, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Dorloo and Seward to a junction with state highway one thousand nine hundred eleven; beginning at the junction of state highway eight thousand three hundred twelve and state highway one thousand seven hundred eighty-four, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Gilboa, West Conesville, Conesville and Manorkill to the Schoharie-Greene county line.

  46. Schuyler county. Beginning at the Chemung-Schuyler county line north of the village of Millport, thence running generally northerly through or near the villages of Montour Falls and Watkins Glen to the Schuyler-Yates county line south of the hamlet of Rock Stream; beginning at the Chemung-Schuyler county line in the vicinity of the hamlet of Beaver Dams, thence running generally northeasterly to a state highway in the village of Watkins Glen; beginning at a state highway in the village of Watkins Glen, thence running generally easterly and northerly through or near the hamlets of Hector and Valois to the Schuyler-Seneca county line south of the village of Lodi; beginning at a state highway in the village of Montour Falls, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the village of Odessa and the hamlets of Alpine and Cayuta to the Schuyler-Chemung county line northwest of the village of VanEtten; beginning at the Steuben-Schuyler county line in the vicinity of the hamlet of Bradford, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of Tyrone and Altay to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Cole's Corners south of the village of Dundee; beginning at a state highway in the village of Odessa, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of Mecklenburg and Perry City to the Schuyler-Tompkins county line southwest of the village of Trumansburg; beginning at a state highway northeast of the village of Watkins Glen, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the village of Burdett and the hamlets of Bennettsburg and Mecklenburg to the Schuyler-Tompkins county line east of the hamlet of Mecklenburg; beginning at a state highway northeast of the hamlet of Bennettsburg, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Reynoldsville to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Perry City; beginning at the Steuben-Schuyler county line in the vicinity of the hamlet of Wayne, thence running generally northeasterly to the Schuyler-Yates county line southwest of the village of Dundee; beginning at a state highway northwest of the village of Watkins Glen, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlet of Reading Center to the Schuyler-Yates county line; beginning at the Yates-Schuyler county line, thence running generally westerly to the Schuyler-Yates county line in the vicinity of Cole's Corners; beginning at a point at the northern entrance of Watkins Glen state park, thence running generally northerly and easterly to a point in the village of Watkins Glen; beginning at a point in the vicinity of White Hollow school, thence running generally easterly to a state highway in the village of Watkins Glen; beginning at the Chemung-Schuyler county line southwest of the hamlet of Alpine Junction, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Alpine Junction to the Schuyler-Tompkins county line northeast of the hamlet of Alpine Junction; beginning at a state highway in the village of Watkins Glen, thence running generally northerly to a point on the southern boundary line of Watkins Glen state park.

  47. Seneca county. Beginning at the Ontario-Seneca county line east of the city of Geneva, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the villages of Waterloo and Seneca Falls and the hamlet of Halsey Corners to the Seneca-Cayuga county line at Free bridge; beginning at the Wayne-Seneca county line, thence running generally southeasterly across the northeast corner of the town of Tyre to the Seneca-Cayuga county line; beginning at the Tompkins-Seneca county line, east of the village of Trumansburg, thence running generally northwesterly and northerly along the west shore of Cayuga lake, through or near the hamlets of East Varick, Canoga, Halsey Corners and Crusoe, to the Seneca-Wayne county line, thence generally easterly along this line to a state highway between Montezuma and Savannah; beginning at the Tompkins-Seneca county line in the vicinity of the village of Trumansburg, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the villages of Interlaken and Ovid to the hamlet of Romulus, thence generally northerly to or near the village of Waterloo and northwesterly to the Seneca-Ontario county line near the village of Phelps; beginning at a state highway in or near the village of Interlaken, thence running generally westerly to or near the village of Lodi, thence northerly through or near the village of Ovid and the hamlets of Varick and Rose Hill to a point on the Geneva-Waterloo state highway east of the city of Geneva; beginning at the Ontario-Seneca county line, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Cosad, Junius Corners, Magee and Nicholas Corners to a point in or near the hamlet of Halsey Corners; beginning at a state highway west of the hamlet of MacDougall, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of MacDougall to a state highway south of the hamlet of Fayette; beginning at the Schuyler-Seneca county line south of the hamlet of Caywood, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Caywood to a state highway at or near the village of Lodi; beginning at a state highway north of the village of Ovid, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Fayette to a state highway in or near the village of Seneca Falls; beginning at the Waterloo-Seneca Falls state highway, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Magee and Malcolm to the Seneca-Wayne county line; beginning at a state highway in or near the village of Seneca Falls, thence running generally easterly toward Cayuga lake and to the village of Cayuga in Cayuga county.

  48. Steuben county. 1. Beginning at the Allegany-Steuben county line east of the village of Andover, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Greenwood and Jasper and the villages of Woodhull and Addison to an interchange with the Southern Tier expressway in or near the village of Painted Post; beginning at the eastern city line of Corning, thence running generally easterly to the Steuben-Chemung county line east of the hamlet of East Corning; beginning at the Pennsylvania-New York state line south of the hamlet of Lindley, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Lindley and Presho to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Erwin; beginning at a point on the western city line of Corning, thence running generally northwesterly through the villages of Riverside and Painted Post to an interchange with the Southern Tier expressway in or near the hamlet of Coopers Plains; beginning at an interchange with the Southern Tier expressway southeast of the village of Bath, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the village of Bath, the hamlet of Kanona, the village of Avoca, the hamlet of Wallace and the villages of Cohocton and Wayland, thence running generally northerly to the Steuben-Livingston county line north of the village of Wayland; beginning at the Pennsylvania-New York state line south of the hamlet of South Troupsburg, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Troupsburg to a state highway southwest of the hamlet of Jasper; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Jasper, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the village of Canisteo to the southern city line of Hornell; beginning at the northern city line of Hornell, thence running generally northerly through or near the villages of North Hornell and Arkport and the hamlet of Healy's Corners to the Steuben-Livingston county line south of the village of Dansville; beginning at the Allegany-Steuben county line in or near the hamlet of Burns, thence running generally southeasterly to a state highway in or near the village of Arkport; beginning at the Allegany-Steuben county line in or near the village of Almond, thence running generally easterly to the western city line of Hornell; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Webb's Crossing, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of Fremont and Haskinsville, thence running generally northerly to the state highway south of the village of Wayland; beginning at the Allegany-Steuben county line northeast of the hamlet of Whitesville, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Rexville to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Greenwood; beginning at a state highway north of the hamlet of Greenwood, thence running generally northerly to a state highway in or near the village of Canisteo; beginning at a state highway in or near the village of Bath, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the village of Hammondsport to the Steuben-Yates county line north of the hamlet of Keuka; beginning at a state highway south of the village of Hammondsport, thence running generally northerly to a point in or near the village of Hammondsport; beginning at a point in or near the village of Hammondsport, thence running generally northerly to the Steuben-Yates county line south of the hamlet of Branchport; beginning at the northern city line of Corning, thence running generally northeasterly to the Steuben-Chemung county line southwest of the hamlet of Post Creek; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Kanona, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Wheeler and Dineharts and the village of Prattsburg, thence generally northwesterly through or near the hamlet of Ingleside to the Steuben-Ontario county line south of the village of Naples; beginning at a state highway in or near the village of Cohocton, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of North Cohocton to the Steuben-Ontario county line southwest of the village of Naples; beginning at the Livingston-Steuben county line east of the village of Dansville, thence running generally easterly to a state highway in or near the village of Wayland; beginning at a state highway in or near the village of Wayland, thence running generally easterly to a state highway in or near the hamlet of North Cohocton; beginning in or near the hamlet of Caton, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of South Corning to the southern city line of Corning; beginning in or near the hamlet of Risingville, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Thurston and Campbell to a county road west of the hamlet of Campbell; beginning at a state highway in or near the village of Savona, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Sonora to the Steuben-Schuyler county line in or near the hamlet of Bradford; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of East Corning, thence running generally easterly to the Steuben-Chemung county line west of the hamlet of Big Flats; beginning at the Allegany-Steuben county line east of the hamlet of Heiman's Corners, thence running generally easterly to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Healy's Corners; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Rathbone, thence running generally easterly to a state highway in or near the village of Addison; beginning at an interchange with the Southern Tier expressway in or near the village of Painted Post, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the villages of Painted Post and Riverside to the western city line of Corning; beginning at a state highway in or near the village of Canisteo, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the hamlets of Adrian and Cameron to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Rathbone; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Caton, thence running generally easterly to the Steuben-Chemung county line west of the hamlet of Hendy Creek; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Lindley, thence running generally easterly to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Caton; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Loon Lake School, thence running generally easterly to a state highway in or near the village of Cohocton; beginning at the Pennsylvania-New York state line, southeast of the hamlet of Whitesville, thence running generally northwesterly to the Steuben-Allegany county line in the vicinity of the hamlet of Whitesville; beginning at a point on a state highway in or near the hamlet of Keuka thence running generally southeasterly to the Schuyler-Steuben county line north of the hamlet of Wayne.

  2. Effective April first, nineteen hundred eighty, the legislative body of the county of Steuben having previously approved the exchange of highway described in this paragraph, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the county road described as follows: "beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Caton, thence running generally easterly to the Steuben-Chemung county line west of the hamlet of Hendy Creek"; and to transfer to the county of Steuben for future maintenance as part of the county highway system in Steuben county and to issue official orders of abandonment of those portions of highway described as follows: "beginning at a point on a state highway in the hamlet of Prattsburg, thence running generally northerly to county road one hundred twenty-two".

  3. Effective April first, nineteen hundred ninety-seven, the legislative body of the county of Steuben having previously approved the exchange of certain county roads for certain state highways, as set forth in this paragraph, the commissioner is authorized to transfer to the county of Steuben for future maintenance as a part of the Steuben county road system all of the state highway described as beginning in or near the hamlet of Risingville, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Thurston and Campbell to county road four hundred fifteen east of the hamlet of Campbell; all of the state highway described in this subdivision as beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Rathbone, thence running generally easterly to a state highway in or near the village of Addison; and to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the county roads described as follows: beginning at the terminus of a state highway near the interchange with the Southern Tier Expressway, in or near the hamlet of Coopers Plains, thence running generally northwesterly to a point in or near southeast of the village of Savona; beginning at a point in or near the northwest of the village of Savona, thence running generally northwesterly to the terminus of a state highway southeast of the village of Bath, near an interchange with the Southern Tier Expressway; beginning at the US route fifteen interchange with state highway five thousand ninety-four, thence running generally northerly to a point in or near the hamlet of Gang Mills.

  4. Effective April first, nineteen hundred ninety-seven, the legislative body of the village of Savona having previously approved the abandonment of a highway as described in this paragraph, the commissioner is authorized to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the road described as follows: beginning at a point in or near the southeast of the village of Savona, thence running generally northwesterly to a point in or near the northwest corner of the village of Savona.

  5. Effective April first, nineteen hundred ninety-seven, the legislative body of the town of Erwin having previously approved the abandonment of a highway as described in this paragraph, the commissioner is authorized to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the road described as follows: beginning at a point in or near the south of the hamlet of Gang Mills, thence running generally northerly to the intersection with Robert Dann Boulevard.

  49. Suffolk county. 1. Beginning at the Suffolk-Nassau county line in or near the hamlet of Cold Spring Harbor, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Huntington, Fort Salonga and Kings Park to state highway five thousand two hundred thirty-two-A, Jericho turnpike, in or near the hamlet of Smithtown; Lawrence Hill road, beginning at the Suffolk-Nassau county line in or near the hamlet of Cold Spring Harbor, thence running generally easterly to state highway nine thousand three hundred thirty in or near the hamlet of Huntington; North County road, beginning at a state highway in or near the village of the Village of The Branch, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of St. James, Stony Brook, and East Setauket and the village of Port Jefferson, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the hamlet of Port Jefferson Station, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Rocky Point and the village of Shoreham to state highway eight thousand sixty-six; beginning at the Suffolk-Nassau county line in or near the hamlet of Cold Spring, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of South Huntington, Commack, and Smithtown, the village of the Village of The Branch, the hamlets of Centereach, Coram, Middle Island, Ridge, Riverhead, Mattituck and Southhold to a point in or near the village of Greenport; beginning at a point in or near the village of Greenport, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of East Marion to the hamlet of Orient Point, thence running generally southerly to a point in or near Orient Beach state park; Long Island expressway, beginning at the Suffolk-Nassau county line in or near the hamlet of Melville, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Ronkonkoma, Medford Station, Yaphank, Manorville and Riverhead to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Mattituck, including a spur connection to the Sunrise highway extension; Hempstead Turnpike, beginning at the Suffolk-Nassau county line in or near the hamlet of Farmingdale, thence running generally easterly to state highway one thousand two hundred nineteen; Sunrise highway extension, beginning at the Suffolk-Nassau county line at the terminus of state highway eight thousand four hundred seventy-four in or near the village of Amityville, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Brightwaters, the hamlet of Bayshore, the village of Patchogue, the hamlets of Moriches, Eastport, Hampton Bays, Tuckahoe and Hardscrabble to state highway nine thousand three hundred five in or near the hamlet of Promised Land; beginning at the Suffolk-Nassau county line in or near the village of Amityville near Merrick road, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Babylon and the hamlets of Bayshore and Islip to state highway eight thousand four hundred sixty in or near the hamlet of Great River; beginning at Knoll Road in the hamlet of Shinnecock Hills, thence running generally easterly to a point in or near the village of Southampton; beginning at a point in or near the village of Southampton, thence running generally easterly through the hamlet of Bridgehampton, the village of East Hampton and the hamlet of Montauk to a point near Montauk Point; beginning at a point on state highway eight thousand one hundred eleven at or near the hamlet of Wading River, thence running generally easterly through the hamlet of Centerville to state highway eight thousand one hundred eighty-one in or near the hamlet of Mattituck; beginning at the Suffolk-Nassau county line in or near the village of Farmingdale, thence running generally southeasterly to state highway five thousand two hundred ninety-nine in or near the village of Babylon; beginning at a point on state highway five thousand three hundred in or near the village of Amityville, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Maywood, Melville and Huntington to a point in or near the hamlet of Halesite; beginning at a point on state highway seven hundred forty-three in or near the village of Babylon, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Deer Park to or near state highway five thousand one hundred eleven in or near the hamlet of Dix Hills; Hauppauge-Port Jefferson, beginning at a point on state highway LIE 61-3 in or near the hamlet of Hauppauge, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Nesconset to state highway eight thousand ninety-four in or near the hamlet of Port Jefferson Station, said highway may be built with control of access as determined by the commissioner; beginning at a point on state highway five thousand three hundred one in or near the hamlet of Islip, thence running generally northerly to the Long Island expressway southwest of the hamlet of Hauppauge, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Hauppauge to state highway five thousand two hundred thirty-two-A in the village of the Village of The Branch; beginning in or near the hamlet of Hauppauge at a point on Kings Highway generally west of the intersection of said highway and state highway one thousand two hundred eight, thence running generally southerly to the north service road of state highway LIE 61-3; beginning at a point in or near the village of Patchogue, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Medford and Coram to state highway eight thousand ninety-four in or near the hamlet of Port Jefferson Station; beginning at a point on a county highway in or near the hamlet of Hampton Bays, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlet of Flanders to state highway six hundred ninety-four in or near the hamlet of Riverhead; beginning at a point on state highway one thousand five hundred twenty-four in or near the village of East Hampton, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlet of Hardscrabble, the villages of Sag Harbor and North Haven and the hamlet of Shelter Island to a point in or near the hamlet of Shelter Island Heights; beginning at the Suffolk-Nassau county line in or near the hamlet of Cold Spring, thence running generally northerly to state highway one thousand six hundred fifty-two in or near the hamlet of Cold Spring Harbor; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Commack, thence running generally southeasterly to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Bohemia.

  2. Upon the completion and acceptance of the construction or improvement of the highway described above as "beginning at the Suffolk-Nassau county line in or near the hamlet of Cold Spring Harbor, thence running generally easterly to state highway nine thousand three hundred thirty in or near the hamlet of Huntington", the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order of abandonment of that portion of state highway one thousand five hundred twenty-five which lies between the termini of said highway, a distance of about two and thirty-eight hundredths miles, and upon the filing of certified copies of such official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the board of supervisors, the county superintendent of highways, of Suffolk county, the town superintendent of the town of Huntington and the state comptroller, the state shall cease to maintain said portion of state highway one thousand five hundred twenty-five which lies between the termini of said highway and all rights and obligations of the state therein shall revert to and become the responsibility of the county of Suffolk.

  3. Upon the completion and acceptance of the construction of any portion or portions of the highway described above as "beginning at the Suffolk-Nassau county line at the terminus of state highway eight thousand four hundred seventy-four in or near the village of Amityville, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Brightwaters, the hamlet of Bayshore, the village of Patchogue, the hamlets of Moriches, Eastport, Hampton Bays, the village of Tuckahoe and the hamlet of Hardscrabble to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Promised Land", the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order or orders of abandonment to the county of Suffolk of such corresponding portion or portions of the following generally parallel state highways: that portion of state highway one thousand two hundred seventy-four easterly from its junction with state highway one thousand eight hundred eighty-three, all of state highways one thousand seven hundred eighty-nine, one thousand four hundred ninety-five, one thousand five hundred twenty-four, and that portion of state highway nine thousand three hundred five easterly to its intersection with the aforesaid highway described as "Sunrise highway extension to a point on state highway nine thousand three hundred five", and of those portions of state highways six hundred ninety-four, eight hundred forty-six and one thousand eight hundred eighty-three south of the said above described and last mentioned Sunrise highway extension. Upon the filing of certified copies of said official order or orders with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the board of supervisors, the county superintendent of highways, all of Suffolk county, and the state comptroller, the state shall cease to maintain the highways and portions of highways abandoned to said county by said order or orders, and the same shall be thereupon and thereafter maintained by the county of Suffolk as part of its county road system.

  4. Upon the completion and acceptance of the construction or improvement of the highway described above as "beginning at a state highway in or near the village of Babylon, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Deer Park to or near the Northern state parkway in or near the hamlet of Dix Hills", the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order of abandonment to the county of Suffolk of all of state highways eight hundred forty-six, nine hundred ten, nine hundred eleven and twelve hundred six, and upon the filing of certified copies of said official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the board of supervisors, the county superintendent of highways, all of Suffolk county, and the state comptroller, the state shall cease to maintain the highways listed in such official order, and the same shall be thereupon and thereafter maintained by the county of Suffolk as a part of its county road system.

  5. Upon the completion and acceptance of the construction of any portion or portions of the highway described above as "Long Island expressway, beginning at the Suffolk-Nassau county line in or near the hamlet of Melville, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Ronkonkoma, Medford Station, Yaphank, Manorville and Riverhead to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Mattituck", the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order or orders of abandonment to the county of Suffolk of such corresponding portion or portions of the following generally parallel state highways: that portion of state highway eight thousand sixty-six from its intersection with aforesaid Long Island expressway, easterly to state highway eight thousand sixty-six-A; all of state highway eight thousand sixty-six-A; that portion of state highway eight thousand sixty-six lying between state highway eight thousand sixty-six-A and state highway six hundred ninety-four; that portion of state highway eight thousand one hundred eighty-one from state highway eight thousand sixty-six northeasterly to state highway one thousand seven hundred twenty-B; all of state highway one thousand seven hundred twenty-B; and that portion of state highway eight thousand one hundred eighty-one from state highway one thousand seven hundred twenty-B to its intersection with the highway described as "beginning at a point on state highway eight thousand one hundred eleven at or near the hamlet of Wading River, thence running generally easterly through the hamlet of Centerville to state highway eight thousand one hundred eighty-one in or near the hamlet of Mattituck". Upon the filing of certified copies of said official order or orders with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the board of supervisors, the county superintendent of highways, all of Suffolk county, and the state comptroller, the state shall cease to maintain the highway and portions of highways abandoned to said county by such order or orders, and the same shall be thereupon and thereafter maintained by the county of Suffolk as part of its county road system.

  50. Sullivan county. Beginning at the Delaware-Sullivan county line, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the hamlets of Roscoe, Livingston Manor, Morsston and Parksville, the village of Liberty, the hamlet of Harris, the village of Monticello, the hamlets of Bridgeville and Rock Hill and the villages of Wurtsboro and Bloomingburg to the Sullivan-Orange county line; beginning at a point on state highway eight thousand four hundred forty-nine in or near the hamlet of Callicoon, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Hortonville, Falls Mill, Fosterdale, Bethel, White Lake, Mongaup Valley and Maplewood to state highway five thousand thirty-five in or near the village of Monticello; beginning at a point to be determined by the commissioner on state highway eight thousand four hundred twenty-two, thence running generally southeasterly to state highway nine hundred eighty-six in or near the hamlet of Fosterdale; beginning at the Orange-Sullivan county line in or near the hamlet of Rio, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of Forestburg and St. Josephs, the village of Monticello, the hamlets of Kiamesha, South Fallsburg, Fallsburg and Woodbourne to state highway one thousand eight hundred thirty-seven in or near the hamlet of Grahamsville; beginning at a point on state highway one thousand eight hundred thirty-seven in or near the hamlet of Curry, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Claryville to the Sullivan-Ulster county line; beginning at the junction of state highway seven hundred ninety-five and county road one hundred seventeen, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Kenoza Lake, the village of Jeffersonville, the hamlets of Youngsville and White Sulphur Springs, the village of Liberty and the hamlets of Loch Sheldrake and Woodbourne to the Sullivan-Ulster county line; beginning at the interstate bridge crossing the Delaware river in the hamlet of Narrowsburg, thence running generally southeasterly on or in the vicinity of county highway twenty-four to a point on state highway eight thousand four hundred twenty-one; beginning at a point on state highway one thousand nine hundred twenty-seven at or near the hamlet of Hunts Corner, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of Lava and Cochecton Center to state highway nine hundred eighty-six in or near the hamlet of Fosterdale; beginning at the junction of state highway eight hundred twenty-four and county road one hundred seventeen, thence running generally northeasterly to a junction with state highway seven hundred ninety-five; beginning at a point on state highway eight thousand three hundred fifty-two in or near the hamlet of Barryville, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Eldred to a junction with state highway nine hundred eighty-six in or near the hamlet of White Lake; beginning at a point on state highway nine hundred eighty-six in or near the hamlet of White Lake, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of Kauneonga Lake and Swan Lake to state highway five thousand two hundred ninety-six in or near the village of Liberty; beginning at a point on state highway five thousand two hundred ninety-six in or near the village of Liberty, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the village of Liberty and the hamlet of Bradley along the southerly end of the Neversink reservoir, through or near the hamlets of Neversink, Curry and Grahamsville and along the southerly side of the Rondout reservoir to the Sullivan-Ulster county line; beginning at the Orange-Sullivan county line, thence running generally northwesterly along the northern bank of the Delaware river through or near the hamlets of Mongaup, Pond Eddy, Handsome Eddy, Barryville, Minisink Ford, Tusten, Narrowsburg, Cochecton, Callicoon, Hankins and Long Eddy to the Sullivan-Delaware county line; beginning at a point on state highway eight thousand one hundred fifty-three near the village of Monticello, as determined by the commissioner, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Hurleyville to state highway one thousand four hundred sixty-three in or near the hamlet of Loch Sheldrake; beginning at a point on state highway seven hundred in or near the hamlet of Youngsville, thence running generally northerly and northeasterly to a point in or near the hamlet of Livingston Manor; beginning at the Orange-Sullivan county line, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of Westbrookville and Haven, the village of Wurtsboro and the hamlets of Summitville and Phillipsport to the Sullivan-Ulster county line.

  51. Tioga county. 1. Beginning at a point on the Chemung-Tioga county line, west of the village of Waverly, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Waverly, the hamlets of Barton, Smithboro and Tioga Center, the village of Owego, and the hamlet of Apalachin to the Tioga-Broome county line, west of the hamlet of Vestal; beginning at a point on a state highway in the village of Owego, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Flemingsville, the village of Newark Valley, the hamlets of Berkshire and Richford to the Tioga-Cortland county line, near the hamlet of Harford Mills; beginning at a point on a state highway, north of the village of Owego, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlets of Catatonk and Hubbardville, the village of Candor, the hamlets of Gridleyville and Willseyville to the Tioga-Tompkins county line, southeast of the hamlet of Danby; beginning at a point on a state highway in the village of Waverly, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Lockwood to the Tioga-Chemung county line, south of the village of VanEtten; beginning at a point on a state highway in the village of Spencer, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of North Spencer, to the Tioga-Tompkins county line, south of the hamlet of West Danby; beginning at a point on a state highway in the village of Owego, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Campville, to the Tioga-Broome county line, west of the village of Endicott; beginning at a point on the Tompkins-Tioga county line, east of the hamlet of Caroline, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Richford and East Richford to the Tioga-Broome county line, west of the hamlet of Center Lisle; beginning at a state highway in the village of Candor, thence running generally northerly to a state highway north of the village of Candor; beginning at the Chemung-Tioga county line east of the village of VanEtten, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Spencer, and the hamlet of West Candor, to a point on a state highway in the village of Candor; beginning at a point on the Pennsylvania-New York state line, south of the village of Nichols, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Nichols, thence northwesterly to a point on a state highway in the hamlet of Smithboro; beginning at a point on a state highway, south of the village of Newark Valley, thence running generally southeasterly to a point on the Tioga-Broome county line, northwest of the hamlet of Union Center; beginning at a point on a state highway in the village of Nichols, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Lounsberry to a point on a state highway in the village of Owego; beginning at a point on a state highway in the hamlet of Tioga Center, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlet of Halsey Valley, to a point on a state highway east of the village of Spencer.

  2. Beginning at a point on state highway one thousand six hundred fifteen in the vicinity of Nichols, as determined by the commissioner, thence generally in a westerly and southerly direction to a point on the boundary line between the state of New York and the commonwealth of Pennsylvania, southeasterly of the village of Waverly, as determined by the commissioner; beginning at a point on the boundary line between the state of New York and the commonwealth of Pennsylvania, southwesterly of the village of Waverly, as determined by the commissioner, thence generally northwesterly to a point on state highway five thousand two hundred eighty-nine, as determined by the commissioner, provided, however, that no construction, reconstruction or improvement of said state highways or the acquisition of rights of way therefor, excepting the purchase of the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western railroad right of way in the state of New York, shall be undertaken by the commissioner until a cooperative contract between this State and the commonwealth of Pennsylvania, as authorized by subdivision thirty of section ten of this chapter, for the construction and maintenance in the commonwealth of Pennsylvania of a highway or highways which will provide connections at the state line between said state highways shall be made and become effective pursuant to law.

  3. Upon the passage of a resolution by the Tioga county legislative body approving the transfer of all right, title and interest to a portion of former state highway five thousand two hundred fifteen that has been discontinued for state maintenance purposes pursuant to official order of the department of transportation number three hundred nineteen and dated the twenty-fourth day of November, nineteen hundred sixty-nine, the commissioner is authorized to issue an official order assuming jurisdiction for state highway purposes over said former portion of state highway described as follows: beginning at the easterly line of the village of Owego, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Appalachin to a point on the Tioga-Broome county line, west of the hamlet of Vestal.

  52. Tompkins county. 1. Beginning at the Schuyler-Tompkins county line southwest of the hamlet of Pony Hollow, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of Pony Hollow and Newfield to the southwestern city line of Ithaca; beginning at the northern city line of Ithaca, thence running generally northerly and easterly to a point east of the hamlet of Varna, thence generally easterly through the village of Dryden and northeasterly to the Tompkins-Cortland county line; beginning at state highway four hundred fifty-four, thence running generally northerly to the southern city line of Ithaca; beginning at the Tioga-Tompkins county line, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of West Danby and Stratton to a state highway southwest of the city of Ithaca; beginning at the northern city line of Ithaca, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of South Lansing, Midway and North Lansing to the Tompkins-Cayuga county line north of the hamlet of North Lansing; beginning at a state highway at or near the hamlet of South Lansing, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlet of Lake Ridge to the Cayuga-Tompkins county line; beginning at the Tompkins-Cortland county line northwest of the hamlet of Harford, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the villages of Dryden, Freeville and Groton to the Tompkins-Cayuga county line north of the village of Groton; beginning at the Schuyler-Tompkins county line, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Applegate and Kennedy Corners to the western city line of Ithaca; beginning at the southeastern city line of Ithaca, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the hamlets of Bessemer, Slaterville Springs and Caroline to the Tompkins-Tioga county line at or near the hamlet of Caroline; beginning at the northern city line of Ithaca, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlet of Glenwood to the Seneca-Tompkins county line south of the hamlet of Frontenac Point; beginning at the northwestern city line of Ithaca, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlet of Jacksonville and the village of Trumansburg to the Seneca-Tompkins county line at or near the village of Trumansburg; beginning at the Tioga-Tompkins county line east of the hamlet of South Danby, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Danby to the southern city line of Ithaca; beginning at the northern city line of Ithaca east of Cliff street, thence running generally northwesterly to a point on state highway six hundred sixteen; beginning at the eastern city line of Ithaca, thence running generally northeasterly to an intersection with a state highway southwest of the hamlet of Etna, thence generally northeasterly to a state highway in or near the village of Freeville; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Millers Corners, thence running generally southerly and easterly through or near the hamlet of Enfield to an intersection with a state highway south of the city of Ithaca; beginning at the Schuyler-Tompkins county line at or near the hamlet of Perry City, thence running generally northeasterly to a state highway at or near the village of Trumansburg; beginning at a state highway in or near the village of Groton, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Jones Corners to the Cortland-Tompkins county line; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of South Lansing, thence running generally easterly to a state highway southeast of the hamlet of Peruville; beginning at the eastern city line of Ithaca, thence running generally northeasterly to state highway six hundred eighty-one west of the hamlet of Varna; beginning at a state highway in the village of Dryden, thence running easterly to a point on the Cortland-Tompkins county line east of the village of Dryden.

  2. Upon the completion and acceptance of the construction or improvement of the highway above described as, "beginning at the northern city line of Ithaca east of Cliff street, thence running generally northwesterly to a point on a state highway", the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order of abandonment to the county of Tompkins of that portion of state highway six hundred sixteen from the point of beginning of the above herein described highway extending southeasterly to the northerly Ithaca city line, an approximate length of 0.8 mile. Upon the filing of certified copies of such official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the board of supervisors, the county superintendent of highways of Tompkins county and the state comptroller, the state shall cease to maintain said portion of state highway six hundred sixteen and all rights and obligations of the state therein shall be turned over and surrendered to the county of Tompkins and thereafter maintained by the county of Tompkins as a part of the county road system of said county.

  4. Effective April first, nineteen hundred eighty, the legislative bodies of the county of Tompkins and the village of Dryden having previously approved the exchange of highways described in this paragraph, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the county roads and village streets described as follows: "beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of South Lansing, thence running generally easterly to a state highway southeast of the hamlet of Peruville; beginning at a state highway in the village of Dryden thence running easterly to a point on the Cortland-Tompkins county line east of the village of Dryden"; and to transfer to the county of Tompkins for future maintenance as part of the county highway system and to issue official orders of abandonment of those portions of highway described as follows: beginning at a state highway south of the city of Ithaca, thence running generally westerly to a new concrete bridge at the upper entrance to Buttermilk Falls state park (park entrance); beginning at the hamlet of Guide Board Corners, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlet of Brooktondale to an intersection with a state highway west of the hamlet of Bessemer; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Halseyville, thence running generally easterly to the western boundary of Taughannock Falls park.

  53. Ulster county. 1. Beginning at the Orange-Ulster county line south of the hamlet of Marlboro, thence running generally northerly near the hamlets of Milton, Highland and Port Ewen to the northern approach of the bridge over Rondout creek in the city of Kingston; beginning at the northern city line of Kingston, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Saugerties to the Greene-Ulster county line north of the hamlet of Malden; beginning at the Orange-Ulster county line south of the hamlet of Plattekill, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Plattekill and Modena and the village of New Paltz to the southwestern city line of Kingston; beginning at the northern city line of Kingston, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Glasco to a point on state highway two hundred twenty-eight south of the village of Saugerties; beginning at a point on state highway three hundred eight south of the hamlet of Rifton, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of Rifton, St. Remy and Eddyville to the southern city line of Kingston; beginning at the Orange-Ulster county line south of the hamlet of Wallkill, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Wallkill and Ireland Corners to the village of New Paltz; beginning at the Sullivan-Ulster county line south of the village of Ellenville, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the village of Ellenville and the hamlets of Napanoch, Wawarsing, Pine Bush, Stone Ridge, Marbletown and Hurley to the western approach of the Kingston-Rhinecliff bridge northeast of Kingston; beginning at the Sullivan-Ulster county line in the vicinity of the hamlet of Greenfield, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Ellenville, the hamlet of Walker Valley and the hamlet of Pine Bush to the Orange-Ulster county line east of the hamlet of Pine Bush; beginning at a point on state highway one hundred forty-one south of the hamlet of Kerhonkson, thence running generally easterly to or near the hamlet of Ireland Corners, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of Modena and Clintondale to the hamlet of Highland, including a connection to the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Mid-Hudson bridge; beginning at the village of New Paltz, thence running generally easterly to state highway two hundred thirty-one north of the hamlet of Highland; beginning at the Sullivan-Ulster county line east of the hamlet of Grahamsville, thence running generally southeasterly near the Rondout reservoir to state highway one hundred forty-one near the hamlet of Napanoch; beginning at state highway two hundred thirty southwest of the hamlet of Stone Ridge, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of High Falls and the village of Rosendale to state highway one thousand four hundred nineteen east of the village of Rosendale; beginning at the Delaware-Ulster county line near the hamlet of Highmount, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Shandaken, Phoenicia, Boiceville, and West Hurly to the western city line of Kingston; beginning at a point on state highway sixteen in the vicinity of the hamlet of Mount Tremper, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Willow, Shady, Bearsville, Woodstock, and the village of Saugerties to state highway five thousand six hundred one in or near the village of Saugerties; beginning at a point on state highway forty-seven dash five in the vicinity of the hamlet of West Hurley, thence running generally northerly to state highway thirty-seven in or near the hamlet of Woodstock; beginning at state highway one hundred forty-two west of the village of Saugerties, thence running generally northwesterly to the Green-Ulster county line, southeast of the hamlet of Palenville; beginning at the Sullivan-Ulster county line in the vicinity of the hamlet of Claryville, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Ladleton, Denning, Branch, Winnisook Lodge, and Olivera to a point on state highway thirty-one in or near the hamlet of Big Indian; beginning at a point on state highway eight thousand two hundred sixty-two north of the hamlet of Wallkill, thence running generally westerly, northerly and easterly passing adjacent to the property of the Wallkill medium security prison to a point on state highway eight thousand two hundred sixty-two north of the point of beginning; beginning at a state highway west of the village of Saugerties, thence running generally northerly to the Greene-Ulster county line north of the village of Saugerties; in addition, the following spurs: beginning at a point on a state highway east of the hamlet of Wallkill, thence running generally easterly to the Orange-Ulster county line north of the hamlet of St. Elmo; beginning at a point on state highway eight thousand one hundred seventy-six near the hamlet of Saxton, thence running generally northerly to the Greene-Ulster county line north of the hamlet of Saxton; beginning at a point on a state highway in or near the hamlet of Phoenicia, thence running generally northerly to the Greene-Ulster county line south of the hamlet of Lanesville; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Shandaken, thence running generally northwesterly to the Greene-Ulster county line northwest of the hamlet of Shandaken; beginning at state highway one hundred eighteen in the vicinity of the hamlet of Shokan, thence running generally southerly to the New York city bridge over the Ashokan reservoir; beginning at state highway two hundred thirty in or near the hamlet of Stone Ridge, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlets of Atwood and Davis Corners to a city of New York road on the south side of the Ashokan reservoir; beginning at a state highway near the hamlet of Marlboro, thence running generally easterly to the Hudson river; beginning at a point on the northern city line of Kingston at East Chester street, thence running generally northerly to state highway five thousand; beginning at a point on the northwesterly city line of Kingston, thence running generally northwesterly to a point on state highway five thousand one hundred seventy-three.

  2. Upon completion and acceptance of construction of the highway described as "beginning at a point on the northwesterly city line of Kingston, thence running generally northwesterly to a point on state highway five thousand one hundred seventy-three", the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order of abandonment to the county of Ulster of that portion of state highway five thousand one hundred seventy-three from the northerly city line of Kingston to its intersection with the highway to be constructed as described in the forepart of this paragraph, and upon the filing of certified copies of such official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the county legislative body, the county superintendent of highways, all of Ulster county, and the state comptroller, the aforesaid portion of state highway five thousand one hundred seventy-three described in such official order, and all the right and obligations of the state therein, shall be turned over and surrendered to the county of Ulster, the said portion of highway to be maintained thereafter by the county as a part of the county road system of said county.

  54. Warren county. 1. Beginning at or near the hamlet of Riparius in the town of Chester, thence running generally northeasterly through the hamlet of Pottersville to the Warren-Essex county line; beginning at the northern city line of Glens Falls, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the village of Lake George and the hamlet of Warrensburg, thence generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Chestertown, thence generally westerly through or near the hamlet of Riparius, thence generally southwesterly through or near the hamlet of Wevertown, thence generally northerly through or near the hamlet of North Creek to the Warren-Essex county line in the town of Chester; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of North Creek, thence running generally northwesterly to the Warren-Essex county line; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Bolton Landing, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Sabbath Day Point, Silver Bay and Hague to the Warren-Essex county line; beginning at the northern city line of Glens Falls, thence running generally northerly to a point near the southeastern shoreline of Lake George, thence generally southwesterly to a junction with a state highway; beginning at a state highway in or near the town of Warrensburg, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlet of The Glen to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Wevertown; beginning at the Hamilton-Warren county line in the town of Thurman, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Bakers Mills, thence generally northeasterly and southeasterly through or near the hamlet of Johnsburg to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Wevertown; beginning at a state highway south of the village of Lake George, thence running generally easterly to the Warren-Washington county line; beginning at a point east of the westerly terminus of state highway one thousand twenty-three, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of Starbuckle, Brant Lake and Graphite to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Hague; beginning at a state highway in or near the village of Lake George, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Diamond Point and Bolton to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Bolton Landing; beginning at the Saratoga-Warren county line near the hamlet of Lake Luzerne, thence running generally northerly and northeasterly to a state highway in or near the village of Lake George; beginning at the eastern city line of Glens Falls, thence running generally easterly to the Warren-Washington county line; beginning in or near the hamlet of Thurman Station, thence running generally easterly to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Warrensburg; beginning at a point on state highway six hundred fifty-six, east of the city of Glens Falls, thence running northeasterly to the Warren-Washington county line at or near Dix avenue.

  2. Effective April first, nineteen hundred eighty-one, legislative bodies of the county of Warren and the town of Queensbury having previously approved the exchange of highways described in this paragraph, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the county and town roads described as follows: "beginning at a point on state highway six hundred fifty-six east of the city line of Glens Falls, thence running northeasterly to the Warren-Washington county line at or near Dix avenue"; and to transfer to the county of Warren for future maintenance as part of the Warren county road system and to issue official orders of abandonment of those highways described as follows: "beginning at a point on a state highway east of the city line of Glens Falls, thence running generally easterly to the Warren-Washington county line at state highway one thousand six hundred thirty-eight."

  55. Washington county. 1. Beginning at the Rensselaer-Washington county line, thence running generally northerly through or near the villages of Cambridge and Salem, the hamlet of Hebron and the village of Granville, thence running generally westerly through or near the hamlets of Middle Granville, Truthville, North Granville and Comstock, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Whitehall and the hamlets of Clemons, Dresden Station and Putnam, to the Washington-Essex county line; beginning at state highway five thousand five hundred thirty-one in or near the village of Whitehall, thence running generally easterly to the New York-Vermont state line; beginning at a point on state highway sixty dash five near the village of Granville, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Raceville and Hampton to the New York-Vermont state line; beginning at a point on or near state highway eight hundred two in or near the hamlet of Hartford, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of West Granville, to or near the village of Whitehall; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Adamsville, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of South Hartford, Hartford and South Granville to state highway one hundred four in or near the village of Granville; beginning at the Warren-Washington county line, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of West Fort Ann to a state highway in or near the village of Fort Ann; beginning at state highway nine hundred forty-two in or near the hamlet of Smith's Basin, thence running generally northerly to a state highway south of the village of Fort Ann; beginning at a point in or near the village of Fort Edward, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Argyle, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of North Argyle to state highway eight thousand one hundred one in or near the hamlet of South Hartford; beginning at the Saratoga-Washington county line, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Fort Miller and Moses Kill to a state highway in or near the village of Fort Edward; beginning at a point on a state highway in or near the hamlet of Middle Falls, thence running generally northerly to a state highway in or near the hamlet of South Argyle; beginning at the Rensselaer-Washington county line, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Easton to a point on a state highway south of the hamlet of Middle Falls; beginning at a point on or near a state highway in or near the village of Cambridge, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlet of Coila to or near the village of Greenwich, thence running generally easterly to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Battenville; beginning at a point on a state highway in or near the village of Cambridge, thence running generally northeasterly to the New York-Vermont state line; beginning at a point on or near state highway five thousand four hundred four in or near the village of Granville, thence running generally northerly and easterly to the New York-Vermont state line; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Smith's Basin, thence running generally easterly to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Hartford; beginning at the Saratoga-Washington county line in or near the village of Fort Edward, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Hudson Falls, the hamlet of Kingsbury and the village of Fort Ann to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Comstock; beginning at the Warren-Washington county line in or near the village of Hudson Falls, thence running generally easterly to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Adamsville; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of South Argyle, thence running generally northerly to a state highway in or near the village of Argyle; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Battenville, thence running generally easterly to a point on or near a state highway in or near the village of Salem; beginning at the Saratoga-Washington county line, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Middle Falls to a state highway in or near the village of Greenwich; beginning at the Rensselaer-Washington county line, east of the hamlet of Eagle Bridge, thence running generally easterly to state highway seven hundred twenty-one; beginning at a point on the Washington-Warren county line in or near the village of Hudson Falls, thence running generally easterly to a point on state highway eight hundred three, thence running generally southeasterly to a point on state highway seven hundred twenty; beginning at a point on state highway one thousand two hundred twenty-three west of the hamlet of East Greenwich, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Cossayuna, thence running generally westerly to a point on a state highway in or near the hamlet of South Argyle; beginning at a point on state highway nine thousand three hundred seven in or near the village of Fort Edward, thence running generally easterly to a point on state highway nine thousand fifty-one; beginning at a point on state highway nine thousand three hundred twelve in the village of Hudson Falls, thence running generally easterly to a point on state highway nine thousand three hundred thirteen.

  2. Effective April first, nineteen hundred eighty, the legislative body of the county of Washington having previously approved the exchange of highways described in this paragraph, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the county roads described as follows: beginning at a point on the Warren-Washington county line in or near the village of Hudson Falls, thence running generally easterly to a point on state highway eight hundred three, thence running generally southeasterly to a point on state highway seven hundred twenty; beginning at a point on state highway one thousand two hundred twenty-three west of the hamlet of East Greenwich, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Cossayuna, thence running generally westerly to a point on a state highway in or near the hamlet of South Argyle; and to transfer to the county of Washington for future maintenance as part of the Washington county road system and to issue official orders of abandonment of those highways described as follows: beginning at the Warren-Washington county line in or near the village of Hudson Falls, thence running generally easterly to state highway one thousand eighty in or near the village of Hudson Falls; beginning at a point on state highway one thousand six hundred thirty-eight in or near the village of Hudson Falls, thence running generally easterly to state highway one thousand eighty in or near the village of Hudson Falls; beginning at state highway one thousand five hundred forty-two east of the village of Whitehall, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Hampton to the New York-Vermont line.

  3. Upon repair or replacement of a bridge across the Champlain canal along the above highway described as "beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Smith's Basin, thence running generally easterly to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Hartford." So as to enable such structure to carry a legal load permissible under section three hundred eighty-five of the vehicle and traffic law, the commissioner is authorized and directed to enter official orders of abandonment to the county of Washington of such described highway, excepting the aforementioned bridge which shall continue to be a canal bridge under the jurisdiction and control of the commissioner of transportation, and that highway described as "beginning at state highway nine hundred forty-two in or near the hamlet of Smith's Basin, thence running generally northerly to a state highway south of the village of Fort Ann."

  All that portion of the state highway system identified as routes four and twenty-two running from the town of Fort Ann to the town of Whitehall shall be designated and known as "The Frank A. Moore Memorial Highway."

  4. Effective April first, nineteen hundred eighty-three, the legislative body of the village of Fort Edward having previously approved the exchange of highways described in this paragraph, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the village road described as follows: "beginning at a point on state highway nine thousand three hundred seven in or near the village of Fort Edward, thence running generally easterly to a point on state highway nine thousand fifty-one."

  5. Effective April first, nineteen hundred eighty-six, the legislative body of the village of Hudson Falls having previously approved the exchange of highways described in this paragraph, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the village road described as follows: "beginning at a point on state highway nine thousand three hundred twelve in the village of Hudson Falls, thence running generally easterly to a point on state highway nine thousand three hundred thirteen."

  6. Effective September first, nineteen hundred ninety-six, the legislative body of the county of Washington having previously approved the exchange of highways described in this paragraph, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the county roads described as follows: "beginning at state highway nine hundred forty-two in or near the hamlet of Smith's Basin, thence running generally northerly to a state highway south of the village of Fort Ann; and beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Smith's Basin, thence running generally easterly to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Hartford;" and to transfer to the county of Washington for future maintenance as part of the county highway system in Washington county and to issue official orders of abandonment of those portions of highway described as follows: "beginning at a point on state highway one thousand two hundred twenty-three west of the hamlet of East Greenwich, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Cossayuna, thence running generally westerly to a point on a state highway in or near the hamlet of South Argyle."

  56. Wayne county. 1. Beginning at the Wayne-Ontario county line south of the hamlet of Alloway, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Alloway and the village of Lyons, the hamlet of Alton and the village of Sodus Point to the south shore of lake Ontario; beginning at the Wayne-Ontario county line south of the village of Palmyra, thence running generally northerly to a junction with a state highway in or near the village of Palmyra; beginning at the same state highway easterly of the aforementioned junction, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Marion and Williamson to a point on state highway 46-1; beginning at the Wayne-Monroe county line west of the village of Macedon, thence running generally easterly through or near the villages of Macedon and Palmyra crossing into Ontario county through or near the hamlet of Port Gibson and recrossing into Wayne county, thence continuing easterly through or near the villages of Newark, Lyons, Clyde and Savannah, thence running southerly to the Wayne-Seneca county line south of the village of Savannah; beginning at the Wayne-Ontario county line south of the village of Newark, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Newark crossing a state highway therein and continuing northerly through or near the hamlet of Fairville to a point in or near the village of Sodus; beginning at a point in the village of Savannah, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of South Butler to a point in or near the village of Wolcott; beginning at the Wayne-Monroe county line at or near the hamlet of Union Hill, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Ontario Center and East Williamson, the village of Sodus, the hamlets of Alton and Resort, the village of Wolcott and the hamlet of Yellow Red Corners to the Wayne-Cayuga county line at or near the village of Red Creek; beginning at the Wayne-Seneca county line north of the hamlet of Malcolm, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Clyde, the hamlets of Rose and North Rose to a point in or near the hamlet of Resort; beginning at the Monroe-Wayne county line east of the hamlet of East Penfield, thence running generally easterly to or near the hamlet of Walworth to a point in or near the hamlet of Marion; beginning at a point in or near the village of Macedon, thence running generally northerly to a point in or near the hamlet of Ontario Center; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of South Butler, thence running generally easterly to the Cayuga-Wayne county line west of the hamlet of Conquest; beginning at a point in or near the hamlet of Yellow Red Corners, thence running generally southeasterly to the Wayne-Cayuga county line south of the village of Westbury; beginning at the Monroe-Wayne county line east of the village of Fairport, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlet of Macedon Center to a point north of the village of Macedon; beginning at a point in or near the village of Red Creek, thence running generally northerly and northeasterly to the Wayne-Cayuga county line south of the village of Fair Haven; beginning at the Wayne-Seneca county line in the hamlet of Crusoe, thence running generally easterly along this county line to an intersection with state highway eight thousand one hundred forty.

  2. Upon the completion and acceptance of that portion of the highway described as "beginning at the Wayne-Monroe county line west of the village of Macedon, thence running generally easterly through or near the villages of Macedon and Palmyra crossing into Ontario county through or near the hamlet of Port Gibson and recrossing into Wayne county, thence continuing easterly through or near the villages of Newark, Lyons, Clyde and Savannah, thence running generally southerly to the Wayne-Seneca county line south of the village of Savannah", from state highway five thousand seventeen, at or near the village of Savannah generally southerly to the Wayne-Seneca county line, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order of abandonment to the county of Wayne of that portion of state highway eight thousand one hundred forty from its intersection with state highway eight thousand three hundred twenty-three to the Seneca county line and that portion of state highway eight thousand three hundred twenty-three from approximate station F three hundred thirty-three plus sixty-three to the Seneca county line, and upon the filing of certified copies of such official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the board of supervisors, the county superintendent of highways, all of Wayne county, and the state comptroller, the state shall cease to maintain the portions of state highways eight thousand one hundred forty and eight thousand three hundred twenty-three above specified for abandonment and the same shall thereafter be maintained by said county as a part of its county road system.

  3. Effective April first, nineteen hundred eighty, the legislative body of the county of Wayne having previously approved the exchange of highways described in this paragraph, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the county road described as follows: "beginning at a point on the Wayne-Monroe county line east of the hamlet of East Penfield, thence running generally easterly to a point on state highway one thousand eight hundred twenty"; and to transfer to the county of Wayne for future maintenance as part of the county highway system and to issue official orders of abandonment of the portion of highway described as follows: "beginning at a point on state highway 46-1 thence running northerly to a point in or near the hamlet of Pultneyville".

  57. Westchester county. 1. Beginning at the northern city line of Yonkers, thence running generally northerly in or near the villages of Hastings-on-Hudson, Tarrytown, Briarcliff Manor, Ossining and Croton-on-Hudson, thence east of the hamlet of Montrose and the village of Buchanan into the city of Peekskill as a connection to an arterial highway; beginning in or near the city of Peekskill at the junction of the Bear Mountain State parkway and the north-south arterial highway, thence running generally westerly across Annsville creek, thence generally northerly paralleling Annsville creek to state highway five thousand three hundred sixty-three, thence generally northerly to the Putnam-Westchester county line; beginning at the northern city line of Yonkers, thence running generally northerly through or near the villages of Ardsley and Elmsford, the hamlet of Hawthorne and the villages of Briarcliff Manor and Ossining to a point on state highway five thousand three hundred sixty-four north of the village of Ossining; beginning at or near state highway one thousand eight hundred one in the village of Croton-on-Hudson, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Buchanan to a point on state highway six hundred fifty-seven in the city of Peekskill; beginning at the northern city line of Yonkers, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Hartsdale to the western city line of White Plains; beginning at state highway five hundred three near the western city line of White Plains, thence running generally northerly to state highway fifty-two in or near the hamlet of Hawthorne; beginning at state highway fifty-four in the village of Briarcliff Manor, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Millwood, crossing the Croton reservoir at Pine bridge, thence running northeasterly through or near the hamlets of Whitehall Corners, Somers, and Croton Falls to a point on state highway five thousand four hundred sixty-four south of the Putnam-Westchester county line; beginning at the northern city line of Mount Vernon, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the villages of Bronxville and Scarsdale to the western city line of White Plains; beginning at the northern city line of White Plains, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of Armonk, Bedford Village, Katonah, Goldens Bridge, Purdys and Croton Falls to the Putnam-Westchester county line; beginning at the eastern city line of Peekskill, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Yorktown, Amawalk and Lincolndale to a point on state highway seven hundred seventy-five in or near the hamlet of Somers; beginning at the eastern city line of Peekskill, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Mohegan Lake and Shrub Oak to the Putnam-Westchester county line near the hamlet of Baldwin Place; beginning at state highway three hundred thirty-two in or near the hamlet of Yorktown, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Yorktown Heights, Amawalk, Whitehall Corners, Katonah and Cross River to the New York-Connecticut state line near the hamlet of Mill River; beginning at state highway one thousand two hundred seven in the village of Croton-on-Hudson, thence running generally northeasterly north of the Croton reservoir to state highway nine thousand twenty-four at Pine bridge; beginning at state highway five thousand four hundred eighty-two in the village of Ossining, thence running generally northeasterly to state highway four hundred five north of the hamlet of Millwood; beginning at a point on state highway nine thousand two hundred fifty-five in the village of Ossining, thence running generally northeasterly to state highway one hundred forty-three west of the hamlet of Millwood; beginning at a point on state highway one hundred forty-three in or near the hamlet of Millwood, thence running generally northeasterly to state highway nine thousand two hundred fifty-eight in the village of Mount Kisco; beginning at a point on state highway nine thousand two hundred six in the village of North Tarrytown, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Pocantico Hills, the villages of Pleasantville and Mount Kisco and the hamlet of Bedford Hills to a point on state highway nine hundred in or near the hamlet of Katonah; beginning at a point on state highway fifty-one in the hamlet of Bedford Village, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Cross River and North Salem to the Putnam-Westchester county line; beginning at the north end of state highway one thousand three hundred twenty-four south of the hamlet of Somers, thence running generally southerly and easterly to state highway one hundred fifty near the hamlet of Turk Hill; beginning at the New York-Connecticut state line in or near the hamlet of Vista, thence running generally northerly to a point on state highway eight hundred ninety-nine in or near the hamlet of Mill River; beginning at the New York-Connecticut state line south of the hamlet of Pound Ridge, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlet of Pound Ridge to a point on state highway one hundred forty-four at or near the hamlet of Williams Corners; beginning at a point on state highway seven hundred seventy-five in or near the hamlet of Somers, thence running generally easterly to a point on state highway five thousand four hundred sixty-four in or near the hamlet of Purdys; beginning at a point on state highway five thousand four hundred sixty-four in or near the hamlet of Purdys, thence running generally easterly to a point on state highway one hundred fifty-one south of the hamlet of North Salem; beginning at a point on state highway nine thousand two hundred six in the village of Tarrytown, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Elmsford to the western city line of White Plains; beginning at state highway five thousand two hundred twenty-six at the interstate route connection five hundred twenty, thence running generally southeasterly to a point on state highway five thousand six hundred sixty-two in or near the village of Port Chester; beginning at a point on the city line of Rye at or near Purchase street, thence running generally northerly crossing interstate route connection five hundred twenty and continuing through or near the hamlets of Purchase and Chappaqua to a point on state highway five hundred eighty-seven east of the hamlet of Millwood; beginning at the southern end of state highway one thousand three hundred seventy, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Elmsford to a point on state highway five thousand five hundred seventy-one; beginning at a point on state highway eighteen south of Elmsford, thence running generally easterly to state highway five hundred three west of the city of White Plains; beginning at a point on state highway five thousand three hundred seventy-two, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Scarsdale to the southwestern city line of White Plains; beginning at a point on state highway five thousand three hundred seventy-six north of the village of Mamaroneck, thence running generally northerly to the southeastern city line of White Plains; beginning at a point on state highway five thousand six hundred sixty-two in or near the village of Port Chester, thence running generally northwesterly to the New York-Connecticut state line; beginning at the New York-Connecticut state line, thence running generally northerly to the New York-Connecticut state line south of the Westchester county airport; beginning at a point on state highway thirty-five near the hamlet of Armonk, thence running generally northerly to a point on state highway eight hundred sixty-five in or near the village of Mount Kisco; beginning at a point on state highway seven hundred sixty-nine in or near the hamlet of Amawalk, thence running generally northerly to the Putnam-Westchester county line; beginning on state highway one thousand three hundred six in or near the hamlet of Pound Ridge, thence running generally northerly to a point on state highway eight hundred ninety-nine east of the hamlet of Cross River; beginning on state highway fifty-two in or near the hamlet of Hawthorne, thence running generally northeasterly to a point on state highway nine thousand two hundred fifty-four in or near the village of Pleasantville; beginning at the New York City-Westchester county line in or near the village of Pelham Manor, thence running generally northeasterly to the southern city line of New Rochelle; beginning at the northern city line of New Rochelle, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the villages of Larchmont and Mamaroneck to the southern city line of Rye; beginning at the northern city line of Rye, thence running generally northeasterly through the village of Port Chester to the New York-Connecticut state line; beginning at an interchange with a proposed expressway running generally parallel to the east shore of the Hudson river, thence running generally easterly to an interchange with state highway nine thousand two hundred six or state highway eight thousand four hundred fifty-seven, as determined by the commissioner thence generally easterly and northeasterly crossing Gory Brook road at a point approximately 0.85 mile south of the intersection of Gory Brook road and Sleepy Hollow road and crossing Sleepy Hollow road at a point approximately 0.25 mile northeasterly of the intersection of Old Sleepy Hollow road and Sleepy Hollow road, thence generally northeasterly crossing Old Sleepy Hollow road at a point approximately 0.75 mile northeasterly of the intersection of Old Sleepy Hollow road and Sleepy Hollow road to a point at or near the junction of state highways five hundred twenty, fifty-two, and fifty-three, as determined by the commissioner; beginning at a point on state highway fifty-two in the vicinity of the hamlet of Hawthorne as determined by the commissioner, thence running generally northwesterly and northerly on or along the abandoned right of way of the Penn Central railroad, Putnam division, to the Putnam-Westchester county line; beginning at a point on interstate route connection five hundred twenty or interstate route connection five hundred one, known as the New England thruway, as determined by the commissioner, thence running generally southeasterly to a connection with the proposed bridge connecting Westchester and Nassau counties, including connections with existing highways. Notwithstanding the provisions of any local, general or special law, the aforementioned highway or portions thereof may be built with control of access as determined by the commissioner; beginning at a point on the northeastern city line of Peekskill, thence running generally easterly on or along Bear Mountain State parkway to a point on or near state highway three hundred thirty-one west of the hamlet of Crompond, thence continuing easterly on or along the Bear Mountain State parkway right of way and on or along the Bear Mountain State parkway to a connection with the Taconic State parkway, thence continuing on new location generally southeasterly to a point on state highway three hundred thirty-two as determined by the commissioner; beginning at a point on the western city line of New Rochelle, to be determined by the commissioner, thence running northwesterly through Huguenot Woods in the town of Eastchester to another point on the western city line of New Rochelle to be determined by the commissioner; beginning at a point on state highway nine thousand two hundred forty-five, to be determined by the commissioner, thence running southwesterly on an abandoned railroad right of way to a point on the eastern city line of New Rochelle, to be determined by the commissioner, south of Wilmot road, including connections to Wilmot road, Weaver street and Palmer road; beginning at a point on state highway nine thousand two hundred forty-five, as determined by the commissioner, thence running generally northeasterly to a point on the western city line of White Plains east of Old Mamaroneck road; beginning at the northwestern city line of White Plains west of the Bronx River parkway, thence running generally northwesterly to a point on state highway five hundred three as determined by the commissioner; beginning at a point on the northern city line of Rye in the vicinity of Midland avenue, thence running generally northeasterly to a point on state highway five thousand six hundred sixty-two in the vicinity of Westchester avenue, including a connection via Purdy avenue to state highway five thousand seven hundred nineteen; beginning at the northern city line of Mount Vernon, east of the Cross County parkway, thence running generally northeasterly to a point, to be determined by the commissioner, on the western city line of New Rochelle; beginning at a point, to be determined by the commissioner, on the eastern city line of Peekskill in the vicinity of McGregory brook, thence running generally southeasterly on new location to a point on state highway three hundred thirty-one west of the intersection of the Bear Mountain State parkway with state highway three hundred thirty-one; beginning at an intersection with state highway five thousand six hundred sixty-two, thence running generally westerly along Putnam avenue to state highway nine thousand two hundred fifty-six, all in the village of Port Chester, as determined by the commissioner; beginning at a point on state highway three hundred thirty-two, in or near the hamlet of Yorktown, thence running generally northerly to a point on state highway one thousand three hundred nine in or near the hamlet of Shrub Oak; beginning at a point on state highway four hundred five, thence running generally northerly to a point on state highway one hundred forty-nine; beginning at a point on state highway eight hundred sixty-five in or near the village of Mount Kisco, thence running generally easterly to a point on state highway five thousand one hundred forty-six; beginning at the southern end of state highway fifty-two, thence running generally easterly to a point on state highway one thousand five hundred seventy; beginning at a point on state highway one thousand three hundred twenty-four, thence running generally northerly to a point on state highway two hundred sixty-one; beginning at a point on state highway one thousand three hundred nine, thence running generally northerly to the Putnam-Westchester county line; beginning at the eastern boundary of Mohansic Park, thence running generally easterly to a point on state highway three hundred thirty-two in or near the hamlet of Yorktown Heights; beginning at a point on state highway one thousand eight hundred fifty northwest of the city of Peekskill, thence running generally northwesterly to the eastern approach of the Bear Mountain bridge; beginning at the eastern approach of the Bear Mountain bridge, thence running generally northerly to the Putnam-Westchester county line; beginning at the New York-Connecticut state line in the vicinity of Banksville, thence running generally northerly to state highway five thousand three east of the hamlet of Armonk; beginning in the vicinity of the hamlet of North Salem on state highway one hundred fifty-one, thence running generally easterly to the New York-Connecticut state line; beginning at a point on interstate route five hundred two east of the hamlet of Katonah, thence running northeasterly to state highway five thousand two hundred ninety-eight-A; beginning at a point on state highway five thousand three hundred sixty-four-A, in or near the village of Briarcliff Manor, thence running generally northeasterly to a point on state highway one thousand nine hundred twenty-two; beginning at a point on state highway one thousand nine hundred twenty-five, thence running generally northerly and northwesterly near Spitzenberg Hill in the Blue Mountain reservation to the city of Peekskill; beginning at state highway eight hundred ninety-nine, thence running generally northerly to a point on state highway one hundred fifty-one; beginning at a point on state highway seven hundred seventy thence running generally northeasterly to a point on state highway one hundred fifty-one; beginning in the vicinity of Croton dam on state highway one thousand eight hundred one, thence running generally easterly to a point on state highway one thousand eight hundred eighty-six to the south of Croton reservoir; beginning at a point on state highway one thousand nine hundred twenty-two, thence running generally northerly to a point on a state highway on the south side of the Croton reservoir; beginning at a point on state highway seven hundred sixty-eight in the vicinity of the hamlet of Kitchawan, thence running generally northerly to a point on a state highway on the south side of the Croton reservoir; beginning at a point on state highway one thousand eight hundred eighty-six in the vicinity of Huntersville bridge, thence running generally northerly, east and north of the city of Peekskill, to a point on state highway five thousand three hundred sixty-three; beginning at a point on state highway one thousand three hundred six west of the hamlet of Pound Ridge, thence running generally northerly to a point on state highway eight thousand two hundred forty-three north of the hamlet of Pound Ridge; Ridgefield avenue, beginning at a point on state highway eight thousand two hundred forty-three southwest of the hamlet of South Salem, thence running generally northeasterly to state highway eight hundred ninety-nine; beginning at a point on a state highway in or near the hamlet of Bedford, thence running generally easterly to a point on state highway one thousand three hundred six in or near the hamlet of Pound Ridge.

  2. Upon the completion and acceptance of the construction of the highway described above as "beginning at a point on state highway nine thousand two hundred forty-five, to be determined by the commissioner, thence running southwesterly on an abandoned railroad right of way to a point on the eastern city line of New Rochelle, to be determined by the commissioner, south of Wilmot road, including connections to Wilmot road, Weaver street and Palmer road," the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order of abandonment of those portion of state highways nineteen and one thousand three hundred forty-one within the bounds of the village and town of Scarsdale and the town of Mamaroneck respectively and all of state highway sixteen hundred forty-five in the town of Mamaroneck, in the following manner, namely: To the village of Scarsdale such portion or portions of state highways nineteen and one thousand three hundred forty-one as are within its bounds and to the county of Westchester such portion of state highway nineteen and all of state highway sixteen hundred forty-five as are within the bounds of the town of Mamaroneck, and upon the filing of certified copies of such official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the board of supervisors and the county engineer, all of Westchester county, the clerk of the village of Scarsdale and the state comptroller, the state shall cease to maintain such portions of the state highways herein above described and all the rights and obligations of the state therein shall be turned over and surrendered to the village of Scarsdale and the county of Westchester and shall thereafter be maintained by the said village and county respectively.

  3. Upon the completion and acceptance of any portion of the highway described above as "beginning at a point on state highway fifty-two in the vicinity of the hamlet of Hawthorne as determined by the commissioner, thence running generally northwesterly and northerly on or along the abandoned right of way of the Penn Central railroad, Putnam Division, to the Putnam-Westchester county line," the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to enter an official order of abandonment to the county of Westchester of such portions of existing adjacent state highways, hereinafter described, which are no longer needed for state highway purposes, as determined by the commissioner. Such adjacent state highways subject to abandonment as aforesaid are as follows: state highways fifty-two, fifty-three, fifty-four, one hundred forty-three, one hundred forty-eight, one hundred forty-nine and four hundred five.

  4. Upon the completion and acceptance of the aforementioned highway described as "beginning at a point, to be determined by the commissioner, on the eastern city line of Peekskill in the vicinity of McGregory brook, thence running generally southeasterly on new location to a point on state highway three hundred thirty-one west of the intersection of the Bear Mountain State parkway with state highway three hundred thirty-one," the commissioner shall abandon to the county of Westchester by official order that portion of state highway three hundred thirty-one from its intersection with the highway described in the aforementioned part of this paragraph west of the Bear Mountain State parkway intersection, westerly to the easterly city line of Peekskill, and upon the filing of certified copies of such official order with the county clerk, the county treasurer, the clerk of the board of supervisors, the county superintendent of highways of Westchester county, and the state comptroller, the state shall cease to maintain the aforesaid portion of state highway three hundred thirty-one, and such portion of said highway together with all the rights and obligations of the state therein, shall be turned over and surrendered to the county of Westchester to be maintained thereafter by said county as part of its county road system.

  5. Effective September first, nineteen hundred eighty, the legislative bodies of the village of Portchester, the town of Harrison and the county of Westchester having previously approved the exchange of highways described in this paragraph, the commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to assume jurisdiction for state highway purposes over the county roads described as follows: "beginning at a point on a state highway south of the village line of Pleasantville thence northeasterly through the village of Pleasantville on or near Manville road to a point on state highway nine thousand two hundred fifty-four; beginning at a point on a state highway in or near the hamlet of Bedford, thence running generally easterly to a point on state highway one thousand three hundred six in or near the hamlet of Pound Ridge; beginning at the present northern terminus of state highway nine hundred one thence running generally northerly to the Connecticut-New York state line; beginning at the present terminus of state highway sixty-three dash seven in the village of Portchester, thence running generally northeasterly to a point on state highway five thousand six hundred sixty-two in the vicinity of Westchester avenue"; and to transfer to the county of Westchester for future maintenance as part of the county highway system in Westchester county and to issue official orders of abandonment of those portions of highway described as follows: "beginning at station 13+13 on state highway six hundred fifty-seven, thence running generally northerly to a point on state highway one thousand two hundred seven in the village of Croton-on-Hudson; beginning at the northern city line of Peekskill, thence running generally northerly to a point on a state highway at or near the hamlet of Union Church; beginning at the northern city line of Rye, thence running northerly to Purchase street; beginning at a point on state highway one hundred forty-four near the hamlet of Williams Corners, thence running generally northwesterly to a point on state highway five thousand two hundred ninety-eight-A; beginning at a point on state highway five hundred twenty at an intersection with a county road, thence running generally northeasterly to the southern village line of Pleasantville; beginning at a point on state highway one hundred fifty-one south of the hamlet of North Salem, thence running northerly west of the hamlet of North Salem to the Putnam-Westchester county line".

  58. Wyoming county. Beginning at the Cattaraugus-Wyoming county line west of the village of Arcade, thence running generally easterly through or near the village of Arcade, the hamlets of Bliss and Pike to state highway eight thousand sixty-seven; beginning at state highway eight thousand sixty-seven, thence running generally easterly to the Wyoming-Livingston county line near the hamlet of Portageville; beginning at the Erie-Wyoming county line, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Harris Corners, Persons Corners, Varysburg and Halls Corners, the village of Warsaw and the hamlet of Perry Center to the Wyoming-Livingston county line; beginning at the Cattaraugus-Wyoming county line southeast of the village of Arcade, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Arcade and the hamlets of Java Center, Persons Corners and Bennington Center to the Wyoming-Genesee county line; beginning at the Allegany-Wyoming county line south of the village of Pike, thence running generally northerly through or near the villages of Pike, Gainesville, Warsaw and Wyoming to the Wyoming-Genesee county line; beginning at state highway eight thousand one hundred twenty-one, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the villages of Castile and Perry to the Wyoming-Livingston county line; beginning at a state highway in or near the village of Perry, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Perry Center and LaGrange to the Wyoming-Genesee county line; beginning at the Livingston-Wyoming county line west of the hamlet of Greigsville, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlet of Peoria to the Wyoming-Genesee county line; beginning at the Allegany-Wyoming county line south of the hamlet of Portageville, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Portageville and the villages of Castile and Silver Springs to state highway five thousand four hundred south of the hamlet of Rock Glen; beginning at the Erie-Wyoming county line west of the hamlet of Cowlesville, thence running generally easterly through or near the hamlets of Cowlesville and Bennington to a state highway in or near the village of Attica; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Halls Corners, thence running generally northwesterly through or near the hamlet of Attica Center to a state highway in or near the village of Attica; beginning at the Erie-Wyoming county line northwest of the hamlet of Strykersville, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the hamlets of Strykersville, Java Center, Waldo's Corners and Smiths Corners to state highway five thousand four hundred north of the village of Gainesville; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Bliss, thence running generally northerly to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Smiths Corners; beginning at or near state highway one thousand seven hundred sixteen in or near the hamlet of Java Corners, thence running generally northerly to state highway one thousand five hundred fifty-two near the hamlet of Varysburg; beginning at or near state highway eight thousand ninety-two near the hamlet of Varysburg, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Attica to the Wyoming-Genesee county line; beginning at the Letchworth state park boundary north of the hamlet of Portageville, thence running generally northerly to state highway one thousand eighty-eight in or near the village of Castile; beginning at a state highway northeast of the village of Arcade, thence running generally northerly to state highway one thousand seven hundred sixteen at or near the hamlet of Waldo's Corners.

  59. Yates county. Beginning at the Schuyler-Yates county line south of the hamlet of Rock Stream, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Rock Stream and Glenora, the village of Dresden and the hamlets of Angus and Earls to the Yates-Ontario county line south of the city of Geneva; beginning at the Schuyler-Yates county line northwest of the hamlet of Reading Center, thence running generally westerly to the Yates-Schuyler county line east of the hamlet of Cole's Corners; beginning at the Schuyler-Yates county line north of the hamlet of Cole's Corners, thence running generally northerly through or near the village of Dundee, the hamlet of Second Milo, the village of Penn Yan and the hamlet of Benton Center to the Yates-Ontario county line southwest of the city of Geneva; beginning at the Steuben-Yates county line north of the hamlet of Keuka, thence running generally northerly to a state highway in or near the village of Penn Yan; beginning at a point in or near the village of Penn Yan, thence running generally easterly to a state highway in or near the village of Dresden; beginning at the Steuben-Yates county line south of the hamlet of Branchport, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlets of Branchport and Bluff Point to a point in or near the village of Penn Yan; beginning at the Ontario-Yates county line northeast of the village of Naples, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Middlesex to a state highway in or near the village of Rushville beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Potter, thence running generally northerly to the Yates-Ontario county line in or near the village of Rushville; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Middlesex, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlet of Overacker's Corners to the Yates-Ontario county line north of the hamlet of Overacker's Corners; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Middlesex, thence running generally southeasterly through or near the hamlet of Potter to a state highway in or near the village of Penn Yan; beginning at the Schuyler-Yates county line northeast of the hamlet of Wayne, thence running generally northeasterly to a state highway west of the village of Dundee; beginning at the Ontario-Yates county line north of the village of Naples, thence running generally northerly to the Yates-Ontario county line in or near the hamlet of Woodville; beginning at the boundary line of Bluff Point state park, thence running generally northerly to a state highway east of the hamlet of Branchport; beginning at a state highway in the village of Dundee, thence running generally easterly to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Starkey; beginning at an unbuilt state highway in or near the hamlet of Italy Hill, thence running generally easterly to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Branchport; beginning at the Steuben-Yates county line north of the village of Prattsburg, thence running generally northerly through or near the hamlets of Italy Hill and Friend to a state highway southeast of the hamlet of Potter; beginning at a state highway in or near the hamlet of Woodville, thence running generally northeasterly through or near the hamlet of Vine Valley to a state highway in or near the hamlet of Overacker's Corners.