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    Re: Land Assessment Problem

    no, "he" is the assessor.
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    Land Assessment Problem

    My question involves personal property located in the State of: New York

    I own a house and 1 parcel of vacant land in upstate NY. The vacant parcel is 1.8 acres and of poor quality: a logger...
  3. Water Rights: Re: Does the Owner of a Lakebed Own the River That Feeds It

    Yes that language is interesting. What is an inducement to purchase in the context of that deed?

    My activist interest is on VA hospitals that use injured veterans as lab rats for unsupervised...
  4. Water Rights: Re: Does the Owner of a Lakebed Own the River That Feeds It

    Let me know if this works

    https://photos.app.goo.gl/XMgh8HzJU2buBooF6

    I'll reread that case



    OK, that 1998 decision affirms that the South Branch of the Moose river is navigable-in-fact...
  5. Water Rights: Re: Does the Owner of a Lakebed Own the River That Feeds It

    Oh I believe you. I was making a silly association. Most of my career in software has been in Times Square and there's a very heavy concentration of finance and media firms going up Broadway. My...
  6. Water Rights: Re: Does the Owner of a Lakebed Own the River That Feeds It

    It's funny that's all. 42nd st. was not high rent back in the day it was crime and scam central. Hookers, pimps, drug dealers, con artists. When you read some of the old deeds describing croquet...
  7. Water Rights: Re: Does the Owner of a Lakebed Own the River That Feeds It

    I've been to the county map and deeds room and learned quite a bit.

    The "beach and recreation" area referred to in the easement appear on a map called Lakeridge Estates filed with the county in...
  8. Water Rights: Re: Does the Owner of a Lakebed Own the River That Feeds It

    The only non-floatable part is near the source at Lake Keboe in late summer and of course some rapids which get pretty wild. Where it empties into the Delaware is the end of the TMR, it called Ten...
  9. Water Rights: Re: Does the Owner of a Lakebed Own the River That Feeds It

    That's an interesting comment because we kayak and canoe on the TMR all the time, all ten miles of it, passing through the lakes it feeds. There are areas 50-100 ft wide and one doesn't need more...
  10. Water Rights: Re: Does the Owner of a Lakebed Own the River That Feeds It

    budwad stated the Ten Mile emptied into the Hudson, I was just correcting him. That TMR is a different river.
  11. Water Rights: Re: Does the Owner of a Lakebed Own the River That Feeds It

    There are a lot of Ten Mile Rivers. This one starts at Lake Kabau in Tylerville NY and empties into the Delaware in Narrowsburg NY. It feeds about 7 lakes along the way.
  12. Water Rights: Re: Does the Owner of a Lakebed Own the River That Feeds It

    OK so my post did get lost I'll try again.

    buwad has the history of Luxton Lake correct. Hey man who are you and how did you know all that?

    The dam was dynamited in 1981 and the lake drained...
  13. Water Rights: Re: Does the Owner of a Lakebed Own the River That Feeds It

    Hey I replied with some facts of the "case" however my comment is being moderated. I may have sent it twice sorry.

    Looks like it got lost I will write it up again tomorrow.
  14. Water Rights: Re: Does the Owner of a Lakebed Own the River That Feeds It

    The lake was owned by a man named Luxton back in 1903 and was a popular Catskills getaway. The dam was deemed unsafe and dynamited by the DEC in 1983 which of course emptied the lake. The community...
  15. Water Rights: Re: Does the Owner of a Lakebed Own the River That Feeds It

    The lake was owned by a man named Luxton back in 1903 and was a popular Catskills getaway. The dam was deemed unsafe and dynamited by the DEC in 1983 which of course emptied the lake. The community...
  16. Water Rights: Re: Does the Owner of a Lakebed Own the River That Feeds It

    Yes it's complex and even more so as the new owner has dredged her side of the lakebed to create a huge pond bordered by steel walls (it's a she). She did get DEC permit but there are now suspicions...
  17. Water Rights: Does the Owner of a Lakebed Own the River That Feeds It

    My question involves real estate located in the State of: NY

    I live on the former Lucky Lake in Sullivan County. It drained when the dam broke leaving only the Ten Mile River that fed the lake. ...
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