Title & text of rule

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The Department has modified flood closure # 500 to reduce the size of the closure to just the Kennebec River, Stockton Harbor and the Penobscot River. Area # 17-A has been modified to re-open the Gurnet area in Brunswick and Harpswell, due to the removal of a potential pollution source (submerged car)and an appropriate time period (two weeks) for water quality to return to the approved standard. Area # 19-A has been modified to create a “prohibited” area off Bull Rock Road, West Bath, due to a septic system malfunction. Text of rules follow (struck text is being removed and underlined text is being added): 

TITLE & TEXT OF RULE: 

DMR Chapter 95.11 Area No. 500, Coastal Maine

Effective immediately, because of pollution from heavy rainfall, it shall be unlawful to dig, take or possess any clams, quahogs, oysters, or mussels from all shores, flats and territorial waters of the Maine coast in the following areas: 

A.  York River:  west of a line beginning at the easternmost point of land on Stage Neck (York) and extending south to a red painted post on the shore at the end of Ice House Point Road (York). B.  Hills Beach, Biddeford: inside and shoreward of a line beginning at the southeast corner of the mouth of the Saco River; then running southeast to the south tip of Basket Island; then continuing southeast to Fort Point. C.   Biddeford Pool: south of line across the mouth of Biddeford Pool, starting at the end of Hills Beach Rd and extending southeast to the west end of the Lester B. Orcutt Blvd. A.D.  Kennebec and Sheepscot Rivers: east of a line extending south from Small Point, Cape Small, Phippsburg and west of a line extending south from Indian Point, Georgetown. Ocean Point, East Boothbay.  B.E.      Stockton Harbor and Penobscot River: north of a line starting at the southernmost tip of Sears Island, Searsport and extending southeast to Dice Head, Castine.

 

 

TITLE & TEXT OF RULE: 

DMR Chapter 95.03(E), Area No. 17-A, Upper Harpswell Neck and Long Reach (Brunswick to Harpswell)

 Effective immediately, because of pollution, it shall be unlawful to dig, take or possess any clams, quahogs, oysters or mussels taken from the shores, flats and waters of the following areas:

A.      Upper Harpswell Cove (Brunswick): north of a line beginning at a red painted post  on the shore at the end of Osprey Lane, then running southeast to a red painted post at the end of the Brunswick Naval Air Station fence. This area is classified restricted and requires a special MDMR permit.

B.     North of the Ewin Narrows Bridge AND west of a line beginning at the east end of the bridge and extending northwest approximately 1600 yards, to the point of land at the end of Hildreth Road.

 

C.     Strawberry Creek, north of the Mountain Road.

D.  Gurnet area (Brunswick, Harpswell): the area south of Princes Point Rd AND north of a line extending east from the shore at the end of Toads Landing Road (Brunswick) to the point of land at the north side of the Gurnet Bridge (Rt. 24) (Brunswick, Harpswell).

TITLE & TEXT OF RULE: 

DMR Chapter 95.07(G), Area No. 19-A, Upper New Meadows River (Bath to Harpswell) 

A. Effective immediately, because of pollution, it shall be unlawful to dig, take or possess any clams, quahogs, oysters or mussels taken from the shores, flats and waters of the following areas:

1. Upper New Meadows Lake:  north of a line beginning at a red painted post located on a point of land located in the northwest corner of the lake (Brunswick), approximately 700 ft south of the Old Bath Road, and running southeast to a red painted post located on the east shore of the lake (West Bath), approximately 1000 feet south of the Old Bath Road. 

            2. The New Meadows River:  south of a line beginning at the north tip of Rosedale Pt. (West Bath) and running southwest to a large stone and wood crib dock on the west shore (Brunswick); AND north of a line beginning at a 9 foot by 12 foot concrete dock footing located on the east shore of the New Meadows River, approximately 1500 feet south of Rosedale Point (West Bath) then running west to a red painted post on the west shore (Brunswick).

            3. Middle Ground:  inside and east of a line beginning at a 9 foot by 12 foot concrete dock footing located on the east shore of the New Meadows River, approximately 1500 feet south of Rosedale Point (West Bath), then running southwest to the red N”14” buoy, then continuing southeast to a red painted post on the West Bath shore.  This area is classified restricted and requires a special MDMR permit.

4. Woodward Cove (Brunswick): west and shoreward of a line beginning at the southern most tip of Woodward Pt (Brunswick), then running south to the northernmost tip of Upper Coombs Island, then continuing south along the western shore of Upper Coombs Island to its southernmost tip, then continuing south to the northernmost tip of Lower Coombs Island, and then continuing south along the western shore of Lower Coombs Island to its southernmost tip; AND north of a line extending southwest from the southernmost tip of Lower Coombs Island to the Harpswell side of the Gurnet Strait bridge; AND east of the Gurnet Strait.  This area is classified restricted and requires a special MDMR permit. 

5.  The middle lobe of Mill Cove, locally known as Brown’s Cove (West Bath): north of a line beginning at the tip of Winter Point and running northeast to a red painted post on a point of land locally known as Middle Point.

6.  Indian Rest Cove (Harpswell): south and shoreward of a line starting at the Harpswell side of the Gurnet Strait bridge, and running southeast to the eastern shore of the cove, to a point of land located at the mouth of Indian Rest Cove.

7.  West Bath Boat Ramp Area: the area within 200 ft of the West Bath shoreline, between the southern end of the West Bath Boat Ramp, and a red painted post located on the shore of Bull Rock Road, approximately 1,000 ft south of the West Bath boat ramp.   B.  Effective immediately, because of pollution, the shores, flats and waters of the part of the New Meadows River which is south of the Central Maine Railroad trestle AND outside of a defined area within 200 ft of the West Bath shoreline, between the southern end of the West Bath Boat Ramp, and a red painted post located on the shore of Bull Rock Road, approximately 1,000 ft south of the West Bath boat ramp AND north of a line beginning at the north tip of Rosedale Pt. (West Bath) and running southwest to a large stone and wood crib dock on the west shore (Brunswick) are classified as “Conditionally Approved,” and shall be closed to the harvest of clams, quahogs, oysters and mussels from May 1 through November 15. 

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