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Section 343-K*5 Portions of the state highway system to be designated as the "Lake Erie Wine Country Trail", the "Canandaigua Wine Trail", the "Cayuga Wi...

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Portions of the state highway system to be designated as the "Lake Erie Wine Country Trail", the "Canandaigua Wine Trail", the "Cayuga Wine Trail East", the "Cayuga Wine Trail West", the "Seneca Lake Wine Trail East", the "Seneca Lake Wine Trail West", the "Keuka Lake Wine Trail", the "Shawangunk Wine Trail", the "Dutchess Wine Trail", the "North Fork Wine Trail", the "Hamptons Wine Trail", the "Long Island Wine Region", the "Niagara Wine Trail Ridge", the "Niagara Wine Trail Lake", the "Lake Ontario Wine Trail", the "Adirondack Coast Wine Trail", the "St. Lawrence Wine Trail" and the "Upper Hudson Wine Trail".

  2. All that portion of the state highway system constituting route 371 from exit 2 of I-390 in Cohocton to route 21 in North Cohocton, route 21 to route 332 in Canandaigua, route 332 to route 96 and route 96 to county route 44 in Ontario county shall be designated and known as the "Canandaigua Wine Trail".

  3. All that portion of the state highway system constituting route 13 from exit 54 of route 17 in Horseheads to route 89 in Ithaca and route 89 to route 318 near Seneca Falls and route 318 to route 414 and route 414 to exit 41 of route I-90 shall be designated and known as the "Cayuga Wine Trail West". Also all that portion of the state highway system constituting route 13 from exit 54 of route 17 in Horseheads to route 34 near Ithaca and route 34 to route 34B and route 34B to route 90 and route 90 to routes 5 & 20 and west on routes 5 & 20 and north on route 414 near Seneca Falls to exit 41 of route I-90 shall be designated and known as the "Cayuga Wine Trail East".

  4. All that portion of the state highway system constituting route 414 from exit 46 of route 17 in Corning to exit 41 of I-90 shall be known as the "Seneca Lake Wine Trail East", and route 14 in Watkins Glen to exit 42 of I-90 shall be designated and known as the "Seneca Lake Wine Trail West".

  5. All that portion of the state highway system constituting state routes 54 from exit 38 of route 17 in Bath to route 14 in Dresden and route 54-A from route 54 in Hammondsport to route 54 in Penn Yan shall be designated and known as the "Keuka Lake Wine Trail".

  6. All that portion of the state highway system constituting route 94 from Warwick to route 208 in Washingtonville and route 208 to route US 44 in Ireland Corners and west on route US 44 to route 299 shall be designated and known as the "Shawangunk Wine Trail".

  6-a. All that portion of the state highway system constituting route 32 from route 17 in the unincorporated community of Central Valley within the town of Woodbury to route 94 in the unincorporated community of Vails Gate within the town of New Windsor, route 94 to route 9-W in the town of New Windsor, route 9-W to routes 44 and 55 in the unincorporated community of Highland within the town of Lloyd, and routes 44 and 55 to its intersection with route 208 in the town of Gardiner shall be designated and known as the "Shawangunk East Wine Trail".

  6-b. All that portion of the state highway system starting at the intersection of route 9 and route 44 and continuing east on route 44 to route 199 near Millerton and west on route 199 to route 9 in Red Hook and south on route 9 to route 44 in Poughkeepsie shall be designated and known as the "Dutchess Wine Trail".

  7. The "Long Island Wine Region" shall include two trails which shall be designated and known as the "North Fork Wine Trail" and the "Hamptons Wine Trail". All that portion of the state highway system in the county of Suffolk beginning at exit 71 of Interstate 495, thence generally easterly along state route 24 to its intersection with county route 105, thence generally northerly along county route 105 to its intersection with state route 25, thence generally easterly along state route 25 to the intersection of route 48 and route 25, and westerly along county route 48 (alternatively known as North road, Middle road, Sound avenue) from its eastern terminus to its intersection with Edwards avenue, and thence generally southerly along Edwards avenue to its intersection with interstate 495, shall be designated and known as the "North Fork Wine Trail". All that portion of the state highway system in the county of Suffolk beginning at the intersection of county route 105 and state route 24, thence generally southeasterly along state route 24 to its intersection with state route 27, thence generally easterly along state route 27 to its intersection with state route 114, thence generally northerly along state route 114 to its northern terminus shall be designated and known as the "Hamptons Wine Trail".

  7-a. All those portions of the state and local highway system constituting route 104 from the intersection with route 62, Ferry Avenue in the city of Niagara Falls, eastward to the intersection with route 390 in Monroe county shall be known as the "Niagara Wine Trail Ridge."

  All those portions of the state and local highway system constituting Route 269 from the intersection of Route 104 North to route 18, Lake Road, in the town of Somerset, westward to the intersection with route 425, Lake Street, in the village of Wilson, southward on route 425 to the intersection with route 62, Niagara Falls Boulevard, in the town of Wheatfield, southward on route 62 to the intersection with I-290, the Youngman Memorial Highway, in the town of Amherst, shall be known as the "Niagara Wine Trail Lake."

  8. All that portion of the state highway system constituting route 104 from the Wayne/Monroe county line to its intersection with U.S. route 11 in Maple View, continuing north on U.S. route 11 to the unincorporated area of Adams Center in the town of Adams, Jefferson county. In addition all that portion of the state highway system constituting state route 350 from its intersection with state route 104 in the unincorporated area of Ontario Center in the town of Ontario, Wayne county, to the intersection of state route 31 in the town of Macedon and state route 31 to the Wayne/Monroe county line shall be designated and known as the "Lake Ontario Wine Trail".

  9. All that portion of the state highway system starting at exit 35 of interstate route 87 in the town of Peru and continuing west on state route 442 to its intersection with state route 22, and continuing on state route 22 to its intersection with state route 22B, and continuing north on state route 22B to its intersection with state route 3 in the town of Plattsburgh, and continuing east on state route 3 to its intersection with state route 190, and continuing north on state route 190 to its intersection with state route 374, and continuing easterly on state route 374 to its intersection with state route 22 in the town of Plattsburgh, and continuing northerly on state route 22 to its intersection with U.S. route 11 in the town of Mooers, and continuing easterly on U.S. route 11 to its intersection with U.S. route 9 in the town of Champlain, and continuing southerly on U.S. route 9 to its intersection with state route 3 in the city of Plattsburgh, and continuing westerly on state route 3 to exit 37 of interstate route 87 in the town of Plattsburgh shall be designated and known as the "Adirondack Coast Wine Trail".

  10. All that portion of the state highway system beginning at the intersection of state route 37 and county route 6 in the town of Hammond, and continuing north on county route 6 to its intersection with state route 37 in the city of Ogdensburg, and continuing east on state route 37 to its intersection with county route 27 in the town of Lisbon, and continuing south on county route 27 to its intersection with county route 10 in the town of Lisbon, and continuing south on county route 10 to its intersection with state route 68 in the town of Canton, and continuing south on state route 68 to its intersection with United States route 11 in the village of Canton, and continuing north on United States route 11 to its intersection with state route 11-C in the unincorporated area of Stockholm Center in the town of Stockholm, and continuing north on state route 11-C to its intersection with county route 53 in the unincorporated area of Winthrop in the town of Stockholm shall be designated and known as the "St. Lawrence Wine Trail".

  11. The "Upper Hudson Wine Trail" shall include two trails which shall be designated and known as the "Upper Hudson Wine Trail West" and the "Upper Hudson Wine Trail East". All that portion of the state highway system beginning at the intersection of state route US 20 and state route 146 (Altamont Road) in the town of Guilderland, and continuing west on state route US 20 to state route 30 in the town of Duanesburg, and continuing north on state route 30 to state route 67 in the city of Amsterdam, and continuing east on state route 67 to state route 50 in the village of Ballston Spa, and continuing north on state route 50 to West avenue in the city of Saratoga Springs, and continuing north on West avenue to state route 9N in the city of Saratoga Springs, and continuing north on state route 9N to its intersection with state route US 9 and state route 9N in the town of Lake George, and continuing north on state route US 9 and state route 9N to its intersection with state route 9N (lake shore drive) in the village of Lake George shall be designated and known as the "Upper Hudson Wine Trail West". All that portion of the state highway system beginning at the intersection of state route 40 and state route 67 in the village of Schaghticoke, and continuing north on state route 40 to its intersection with state route 29 near the unincorporated community of Middle Falls (town of Easton), and continuing east on state route 29 to its intersection with state route 372 in the village of Greenwich, and continuing east on state route 372 to its intersection with Washington County route 74 in the village of Greenwich, and continuing south on Washington County route 74 to the Washington-Rensselaer County line where Washington County route 74 becomes Rensselaer County route 114, and continuing south on Rensselaer County route 114 to Rensselaer County route 111 in the town of Schaghticoke, and continuing south on Rensselaer County route 111 to its intersection with NY 67 in the unincorporated community of Johnsonville (town of Pittstown), and continuing west on state route 67 to its intersection with state route 40 in the village of Schaghticoke shall be designated and known as the "Upper Hudson Wine Trail East".

  * NB There are 7 § 343-k's