Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 114 Part 2.djvu/169

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PUBLIC LAW 106-299—OCT. 13, 2000 114 STAT. 1051 or conservation easements or are defined as waters of the State of Florida. SEC. 3. DESIGNATION OF WEKIVA RIVER AND TRIBUTARIES, FLORIDA, AS COMPONENTS OF NATIONAL WELD AND SCENIC RIVERS SYSTEM. Section 3(a) of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act (16 U.S.C. 1274(a)) is amended by adding at the end the following new paragraph: "(161) WEKIVA RIVER, WEKIWA SPRINGS RUN, ROCK SPRINGS RUN, AND BLACK WATER CREEK, FLORIDA. —The 41.6 -mile segments referred to in this paragraph, to be administered by the Secretary of the Interior: "(A) WEKIVA RIVER AND WEKIWA SPRINGS RUN. —The 14.9 miles of the Wekiva River, along Wekiwa Springs Run from its confluence with the St. Johns River to Wekiwa Springs, to be administered in the following classifications: "(i) From the confluence with the St. Johns River to the southern boundary of the Lower Wekiva River State Preserve, approximately 4.4 miles, as a wild river. "(ii) From the southern boundary of the Lower Wekiva River State Preserve to the northern boundary of Rock Springs State Reserve at the Wekiva River, approximately 3.4 miles, as a recreational river. "(iii) From the northern boundary of Rock Springs State Reserve at the Wekiva River to the southern boundary of Rock Springs State Reserve at the Wekiva River, approximately 5.9 miles, as a wild river. "(iv) From the southern boundary of Rock Springs State Reserve at the Wekiva River upstream along Wekiwa Springs Run to Wekiwa Springs, approximately 1.2 miles, as a recreational river. "(B) ROCK SPRINGS RUN.—The 8.8 miles from the confluence of Rock Springs Run with the Wekiwa Springs Run forming the Wekiva River to its headwaters at Rock Springs, to be administered in the following classifications: "(i) From the confluence with Wekiwa Springs Rim to the western boundary of Rock Springs Rim State Reserve at Rock Springs Run, approximately 6.9 miles, as a wild river. "(ii) From the western boundary of Rock Springs Run State Reserve at Rock Springs Run to Rock Springs, approximately 1.9 miles, as a recreational river. "(C) BLACK WATER CREEK.— The 17.9 miles from the confluence of Black Water Creek with the Wekiva River to outflow from Lake Norris, to be administered in the following classifications: "(i) From the confluence with the Wekiva River to approximately.25 mile downstream of the Seminole State Forest road crossing, approximately 4.1 miles, as a wild river. "(ii) From approximately.25 mile downstream of the Seminole State Forest road to approximately.25 mile upstream of the Seminole State Forest road crossing, approximately.5 mile, as a scenic river. "(iii) From approximately.25 mile upstream of the Seminole State Forest road crossing to approximately.25