Rules and Regulations Governing Boating in the Town of Glocester (250-RICR-80-00-2)
These regulations are adopted pursuant to R.I. Gen. Laws Chapters 42-35, 42-17.1, and 46-22.
2.2 Special Regulations Boating Town of Glocester
A. In accordance with and pursuant to the provisions of R.I. Gen. Laws §§ 42-35-3 and 46-22-14, and following a public hearing in the Town Hall, Burrillville, Rhode Island at 7:30 P.M., 12 May 1976, the following regulations are promulgated:
1. No person shall launch any motorboat with a motor in excess of 10 horsepower on the waters of Pascoag Reservoir at the state-owned launching ramp on Schoolhouse Road, Glocester between the Saturday before Memorial Day and Labor Day, of each year, inclusive.
2. No person shall operate any boat, motorboat, or watercraft of any kind on the waters of Ponagansett Reservoir, north of the line of the Snake Hill Road roadbed. However, boating and motorboats powered with electric motors are permitted south of the line of the Snake Hill Road roadbed.
|Title||250||Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management|
|Part||2||Rules and Regulations Governing Boating in the Town of Glocester (250-RICR-80-00-2)|
|Type of Filing||Technical Revision|
Regulation Authority :
R.I. Gen. Laws Chapters 42-35, 42-17.1, and 46-22
Purpose and Reason :
This Technical Revision is being promulgated to reformat the rule into the RICR format for the Rhode Island Administrative Code. There are no substantive changes.