1. The Laws of New York
  2. Consolidated Laws
  3. Highway
  4. Article 12: State Routes


Section 343-S*3 Portion of the state highway system in the county of Jefferson to be designated as the "Thousand Islands - Seaway Wine Trail"

Highway (HAY)

Portion of the state highway system in the county of Jefferson to be designated as the "Thousand Islands - Seaway Wine Trail". All that portion of the state and county highway system located in the county of Jefferson and beginning at the intersection of Chestnut Ridge Road and state route three at Wescott Beach State Park, and continuing north on state route three to its junction with state route one hundred eighty, and continuing north along state route one hundred eighty to its intersection with state route twelve, and continuing north along state route twelve in the town of Clayton, and continuing further north along state route twelve to its intersection with state route twenty-six in the town of Alexandria, and continuing east along state route twenty-six to the unincorporated community of Theresa, and continuing further east along state route twenty-six to its intersection with United States route eleven in the unincorporated community of Philadelphia, and continuing south along United States route eleven to the unincorporated community of Evans Mills, and continuing further south on United States route eleven to its intersection with state route three hundred forty-two, and continuing west along state route three hundred forty-two to its intersection with interstate eighty-one in the town of Pamelia, shall be designated and known as the "Thousand Islands - Seaway Wine Trail".

  * NB There are 12 § 343-s's