A. Vessels powered by motor shall not exceed five (5) miles per hour or create a wake in two zones of the lake as follows:
(i) The first zone includes the two bays at the east end of the eastern arm of the Waterbury Reservoir on which the Waterbury Center Day Use State Park is located, and a portion of the Reservoir extending about 900 feet to the west of the western tip of the day use area peninsula, as indicated on Map 4. (ii) The second zone is located in that portion of the northern arm of the Waterbury Reservoir which is at the natural narrowing north of the mouth of Stevenson Brook at the Little River State Park, as indicated on Map 4. (iii) Both 5 m.p.h./no-wake zones shall each be clearly marked by two-three buoys. (iv) Exemptions to the limits in these controlled zones may be made when authorized for special events by the Department of Public Safety under 23 V.S.A. Section 3316(a), with up to a maximum of five special events per year being so allowed, and with a maximum of two days being allowed for each such event.
B. There shall be no airplanes allowed on Waterbury Reservoir except for emergencies.
C. A "5 m.p.h./no-wake" buoy shall be placed at the 200 foot mark off both shores of the "slippery rock" narrow in the eastern arm, as indicated on Map 4.
Waterbury Reservoir Coalition Petitions, Option I
Waterbury Reservoir Coalition Petitions, Map 1
Waterbury Reservoir Coalition Petitions, Option II
Waterbury Reservoir Coalition Petitions, Map 2
Waterbury Reservoir FWR Petition = Option III
Waterbury Reservoir Coalition Petitions, Map 3
Waterbury Reservoir FWR Petition, Map 4
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