2006 New York Code - Operation Of Hydro-electric Plants At Crescent And Vischer Ferry.



 
    §  130.  Operation  of  hydro-electric  plants at Crescent and Vischer
  Ferry. The corporation shall have charge of  the  hydro-electric  plants
  constructed  pursuant  to chapter five hundred thirty-two of the laws of
  nineteen hundred twenty-two for  the  development  and  generation  into
  electric  energy of water power available at the structures known as the
  Crescent and Vischer Ferry dams located on the  canalized  Mohawk  river
  between  the city of Schenectady and the village of Waterford, and shall
  exercise the same powers over such  structures  as  it  has  over  other
  structures  on the canal system. The said structures shall be maintained
  and operated as a part of the canal system.
    Notwithstanding any general  or  special  law  to  the  contrary,  the
  corporation,  upon  the  approval  of  the  state  comptroller,  and the
  division of the  budget,  is  authorized  to  enter  into  a  negotiated
  contract  for  the  sale of surplus electricity produced at the Crescent
  and Vischer Ferry dams, upon such terms and conditions as are beneficial
  to the state including the corporation. Any revenue  realized  from  the
  sale of such surplus electricity shall be deposited into the canal fund.

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