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Statute: 13:18A-11

a. The pinelands area shall consist of all that area within the boundaries described herein: Beginning at the intersection of the abandoned-right-of-way of the Pennsylvania Railroad and the Garden State Parkway near south Toms River; thence southerly along the Garden State Parkway to its intersection with the boundary of the Bass River State Forest; thence southerly, and then westerly, along the Bass River State Forest boundary to its intersection with the Garden State Parkway; thence southerly along the Garden State Parkway to its intersection with Atlantic County Alternate Route 559; thence northwesterly along Atlantic County Alternate Route 559 to its intersection with Atlantic County Route 559 at Gravelly Run; thence northwesterly along Atlantic County Route 559 to its intersection with U.S. 40 and N.J. Route 50 at Mays Landing; thence westerly along U.S. 40 and N.J. Route 50 to their intersection with N.J. Route 50; thence southerly on N.J. Route 50 to its intersection with Buck Hill Road near Buck Hill; thence westerly along Buck Hill Road (River Road) to its intersection with N.J. Route 49; thence southeasterly along N.J. Route 49 to its intersection with N.J. Route 50; thence southeasterly along N.J. Route 50 to its intersection with Cape May County Route 610; thence southwesterly along Cape May County Route 610 to its intersection with N.J. Route 47 at Dennisville; thence northwesterly along N.J. Route 47 to its intersection with the east bank of the Manamuskin River; thence northerly along the east bank of the Manamuskin River to N.J. Route 49; thence northwesterly along N.J. Route 49 to its intersection with Cumberland County Route 671; thence northerly along Cumberland County Route 671 and then Atlantic County Route 671 (both known as Union Road) to Atlantic County Route 557; thence northwesterly along Atlantic County Route 557 to its intersection with U.S. Route 40; thence northwesterly along U.S. Route 40 to its intersection with Gloucester County Route 555; thence northerly along Gloucester County Route 555 to its intersection with U.S. Route 322 and Gloucester County Route 536; thence easterly along Gloucester County Route 536 (known as New Brooklyn Road) to its intersection with Camden County Route 705 at New Brooklyn Lake; thence northerly along the western shoreline of New Brooklyn Lake to the east bank of the main stem of the Great Egg Harbor River; thence northerly along the east bank of the main stem of the Great Egg Harbor River to its intersection with the east bank of Tinkers Branch; thence northeasterly along the east bank of Tinkers Branch to its intersection with the corporate boundary of Berlin Borough; thence easterly along the Berlin Borough corporate boundary to its intersection with the boundary of that area designated as the critical area for sewerage purposes pursuant to the provisions of P.L.1954, c. 199 (C. 58:11-23 et seq.), as amended, and as implemented by N.J.A.C. 7:9-10.1 et seq.; thence northerly and then easterly along such critical area boundary to its intersection with the Burlington County-Camden County boundary; thence northerly along the Burlington County-Camden County boundary to its intersection with N.J. Route 73; thence northerly along N.J. Route 73 to its intersection with Braddock Mill Road; thence easterly along Braddock Mill Road to its intersection with Tomlinson Mill Road; thence northeasterly along Tomlinson Mill Road to its intersection with Kettle Run Road; thence northerly along Kettle Run Road, then along Willow Corner-Tomlinson Mill Road, to its intersection with South Elmwood Road; thence easterly, then northerly along South Elmwood Road to its intersection with East Main Street; thence easterly along East Main Street to its intersection with Marlton Pike; thence northeasterly along Marlton Pike to its intersection with N.J. Route 70; thence easterly along N.J. Route 70 to its intersection with U.S. Route 206; thence northerly along U.S. Route 206 to its intersection with Burlington County Route 530; thence easterly along Burlington County Route 530 to the corporate boundary of Pemberton Borough; thence southerly, then easterly, then northerly, and then westerly, along the Pemberton Borough corporate boundary to its intersection with Burlington County Route 616; thence northerly along Burlington County Route 616 to its intersection with Burlington County Route 663; thence northerly along Burlington County Route 663 to its intersection with the corporate boundary of Springfield Township; thence easterly along the Springfield Township corporate boundary to its intersection with the boundary of the Fort Dix Military Reservation/McGuire Air Force Base; thence easterly along the boundary of the Fort Dix Military Reservation/McGuire Air Force Base to its intersection with Ocean County Route 539; thence northwesterly along Ocean County Route 539 to its intersection with Ocean County Route 528; thence northeasterly along Ocean County Route 528 to its intersection with Ocean County Route 547; thence southerly along Ocean County Route 547 to its intersection with Ocean County Route 527; thence southeasterly along Ocean County Route 527 to its intersection with the Central Railroad of New Jersey tracks; thence southwesterly along the tracks of the Central Railroad of New Jersey to the junction with the abandoned right-of-way of the Pennsylvania Railroad near Whiting; thence easterly along the abandoned Pennsylvania Railroad right-of-way to its intersection with the Garden State Parkway near South Toms River, at the point of origin. b. The preservation area shall consist of all that area within the boundaries described herein: Beginning at the crossing of the Mullica River and the Garden State Parkway; thence southerly along the Garden State Parkway to its intersection with Atlantic County Route 624; thence northwesterly along Atlantic County Route 624 to its intersection with Atlantic County Route 563; thence northwesterly along Atlantic County Route 563 to its intersection with Elwood-Weekstown Road at Weekstown; thence westerly along Elwood-Weekstown Road to its intersection with Atlantic County Route 643; thence northwesterly along Atlantic County Route 643 to an unnamed local road south of Nescochague Lake; thence westerly along such unnamed local road to its intersection with Atlantic County Route 542; thence northeasterly along Atlantic County Route 542 to its intersection with the boundary of Wharton State Forest; thence northwesterly along the Wharton State Forest boundary to its intersection with the Mullica River; thence westerly along the Mullica River to its intersection with the corporate boundary of Medford Township; thence northerly along the Medford Township corporate boundary to its intersection with the boundary of that area designated as the critical area for sewerage purposes pursuant to the provisions of P.L.1954, c. 199 (C. 58:11-23 et seq.), as amended, and as implemented by N.J.A.C. 7:9-10.1 et seq.; thence northeasterly along such critical area boundary to its intersection with the boundary of Wharton State Forest; thence easterly along the Wharton State Forest boundary to its intersection with Medford-Atsion Road, south of Dellette; thence northerly along Medford-Atsion Road to its intersection with Willow Grove Road; thence northeasterly along Willow Grove Road to its intersection with Stokes Road; thence southerly along Stokes Road to its intersection with Burnt House Road; thence northeasterly along Burnt House Road to its intersection with Fork Neck Road; thence southerly, then easterly along Fork Neck Road to its intersection with Dingletown Road; thence northeasterly along Dingletown Road to its intersection with Hampton Gate-Caranza Road; thence northwesterly along Hampton Gate-Caranza Road to its intersection with Burlington County Route 532; thence easterly on Burlington County Route 532 to its intersection with Patty Bowker Road and Irick's Causeway Road; thence northeasterly along Irick's Causeway Road to its intersection with Vincentown-South Park Road; thence southeasterly along Vincentown-South Park Road to its intersection with Sooy Place Road; thence easterly along Sooy Place Road to its intersection with the corporate boundary of Woodland Township; thence northwesterly, then northeasterly, along the Woodland Township corporate boundary to its intersection with the boundary of Lebanon State Forest and Burlington County Route 644 at Four Mile Circle; thence northwesterly, then northeasterly, then southeasterly, along the Lebanon State Forest boundary to its intersection with N.J. Route 70; thence northeasterly along N.J. Route 70 to its intersection with the Lebanon State Forest boundary at a point approximately one-half mile west of the intersection of N.J. Route 70 and Burlington County Route 530; thence westerly, and then northerly, along the Lebanon State Forest boundary to its intersection with the boundary of the Fort Dix Military Reservation near South Boundary Road; thence northwesterly along the Fort Dix Military Reservation boundary to its intersection with Burlington County Route 667; thence northerly along Burlington County Route 667 to its intersection with the northern boundary of the Fort Dix Military Reservation; thence easterly along the Fort Dix Military Reservation boundary to its intersection with the boundary of the Colliers Mills Fish and Wildlife Management Area; thence northerly along the Colliers Mills Fish and Wildlife Management Area boundary to its intersection with Ocean County Route 528; thence northeasterly along Ocean County Route 528 to its easternmost intersection with the Colliers Mills Fish and Wildlife Management Area boundary; thence southerly along the Colliers Mills Fish and Wildlife Management Area boundary to its intersection with the boundary of the Lakehurst Naval Air Station; thence easterly, then southerly, and then westerly along the Lakehurst Naval Air Station boundary to its intersection with an unnamed local road at the northeastern corner of the boundary of the Manchester Fish and Wildlife Management Area; thence southerly along such unnamed local road, then along Beckerville Road, to its intersection with N.J. Route 70; thence southwesterly along N.J. Route 70 to its intersection with the boundary of the Fort Dix Military Reservation; thence southerly, and then northwesterly, along the Fort Dix Military Reservation boundary to its intersection with the boundary of the Lebanon State Forest; thence southerly along the Lebanon State Forest Boundary to its intersection with the boundary of the Pasadena Fish and Wildlife Management Area; thence southeasterly along the Pasadena Fish and Wildlife Management Area boundary to its intersection with the northern ridge line of the Cedar Creek Drainage Basin; thence northeasterly along the northern ridge line of the Cedar Creek Drainage Basin to its intersection with the Garden State Parkway; thence southerly along the Garden State Parkway to its intersection with the southern ridge line of the Cedar Creek Drainage Basin; thence southwesterly along the southern ridge line of the Cedar Creek Drainage Basin to its intersection with the boundary of the Greenwood Forest Fish and Wildlife Management Area; thence southeasterly along the Greenwood Forest Fish and Wildlife Management Area to its intersection with N.J. Route 72; thence northwesterly along N.J. Route 72 to its intersection with the East Branch of the Oswego River; thence southerly along the East Branch of the Oswego River to its intersection with Ocean County Route 539; thence southerly along Ocean County Route 539 to its intersection with the boundary of the Stafford Forge Fish and Wildlife Management Area; thence southeasterly along the Stafford Forge Fish and Wildlife Management Area to its intersection with the north bank of Governors Branch Creek; thence easterly along the north bank of Governors Branch Creek to its intersection with the boundary of the Stafford Forge Fish and Wildlife Management Area; thence easterly along the Stafford Forge Fish and Wildlife Management Area boundary to its intersection with the Garden State Parkway; thence southerly along the Garden State Parkway to its intersection with the boundary of Bass River State Forest; thence southerly, and then westerly, along the Bass River State Forest boundary to its intersection with the Garden State Parkway; thence southerly along the Garden State Parkway to its intersection with the east bank of the Bass River; thence northerly along the east bank of the Bass River to its intersection with the east bank of the East Branch of the Bass River; thence northerly along the east bank of the East Branch of the Bass River to its intersection with the Atlantic City Electric Company transmission line; thence westerly, and then southwesterly, along the Atlantic City Electric Company transmission line to its intersection with Burlington County Route 542; thence easterly along Burlington County Route 524 to its intersection with Burlington County Route 167; thence southerly along Burlington County Route 167 to its intersection with the Garden State Parkway at exit 50S; thence southerly along the Garden State Parkway to the crossing of the Mullica River, at the point of origin. c. The commission shall, within 120 days of the effective date of this act, prepare a detailed map of the Pinelands National Reserve, the pinelands area, the protection area and the preservation area. Such map shall include, but need not be limited to, the location of all major waterways, roads, and publicly-owned lands in such areas, as well as a depiction of the boundaries of every county and municipality which is located in whole or in part within such areas. Such map shall be transmitted to the governing body of every such county and municipality, shall be published in the New Jersey Register and in at least two newspapers circulating within the affected areas, within 150 days of said effective date, and shall be submitted to the Governor and the Legislature as the official State planning maps of the Pinelands National Reserve, the pinelands area, the protection area and the preservation area. L.1979, c. 111, s. 10, eff. June 28, 1979.

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