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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
CROSS REFERENCES
Streets and sidewalks, Ch. 18
Subdivision regulations, Appendix A
Zoning, Appendix B.
STATE LAW REFERENCES
Power to designate scenic roads, General Statutes Section 7-149a
[Ord. of 12-14-1998, § 1]
The scenic and rural roads of New Milford are cherished and irreplaceable resources essential to the preservation of New Milford's rural heritage. The scenic values of some rural roads in New Milford have been destroyed or are in danger of destruction because of past or potential alterations to their right-of-way. Such alterations have had, and could continue to have, an adverse impact on the quality of New Milford's aesthetic and historic environment, an environment that is of great benefit to residents and visitors alike. Connecticut General Statutes Section 7-149a found that the preservation and protection of the scenic or historic values of rural roads is essential to the welfare of the people of Connecticut. It is the purpose of this chapter to balance the need to preserve the scenic and rural values of these roads with the need to keep them in good and sufficient repair and passable condition.
[Ord. of 7-6-1988, § 1[1]; Ord. of 12-14-1998, § 2]
Pursuant to the authority granted by Connecticut General Statutes Section 7-149a, the Town of New Milford shall provide for the designation of certain town highways or portions thereof within its borders as scenic roads.
[1]
Editor's Note: The preamble of this ordinance read as follows:
"The scenic and rural roads of the Town of New Milford are irreplaceable resources. The scenic values of some rural roads in New Milford have been destroyed or are in danger of destruction because of past or potential alterations to their right-of-way. Such alterations have had, and could continue to have, an adverse impact on the quality of New Milford's aesthetic and historical environment, an environment that is of great benefit to residents and visitors alike.
"Connecticut General Statutes Section 7-149a found that the preservation and protection of the scenic or historic values of rural roads is essential to the welfare of the people of Connecticut. It is the purpose of this chapter to balance the need to provide for convenient and safe public transportation routes with the need to preserve these scenic and rural values."
[Ord. of 7-6-1988, § I; Ord. of 12-14-1998, § 3]
The Town Council shall be authorized to designate by ordinance a highway or any portion of any highway as a scenic road.
[Ord. of 7-6-1988, § II; Ord. of 12-14-1998, § 5]
(a) 
No highway or portion of a highway shall be designated as a scenic road if the abutting property contains intensive commercial development or if the highway itself has intensive vehicular traffic. Prior to designating a highway or portion thereof as a scenic road, the Town Council shall first specifically find that the highway or portion of highway to be designated is at least 1/2 mile in length or that the entire length of the highway is less than 1/2 mile in length and at least one end of the highway abuts a highway already designated as scenic; or a highway already designated as scenic intersects the highway proposed for designation. The Town Council shall also find that at least one of the following criteria is met:
(1) 
The highway is unpaved;
(2) 
The highway is bordered by mature trees or stone walls;
(3) 
The traveled portion of the highway is no more than 20 feet in width;
(4) 
The highway offers scenic views;
(5) 
The highway blends naturally into the surrounding terrain; or
(6) 
the highway parallels or crosses over brooks, streams, lakes or ponds.
[Ord. of 7-6-1988; Ord. of 12-14-1998, § 4; Ord. No. 3-8-1999]
(b) 
No highway or portion thereof may be designated as a scenic road by the Town Council pursuant to this chapter unless the owners of the majority of the lot frontage abutting the highway or portion thereof agree to the designation of the highway as a scenic road by filing a written statement of approval with the Town Clerk of the Town of New Milford, which statement of approval shall meet the requirements of § 17A-5 of this chapter.
(a) 
Petition.
(1) 
The Town Council may consider a highway or portion thereof for designation as a scenic road on its own initiative; or
(2) 
The Town Council shall consider such designation upon submission of a petition of electors pursuant to Section 408 of the Town Charter. Any such petition of electors shall, in addition to meeting the requirements of Section 408 of the Town Charter, have attached to each page a copy of the proposed ordinance designating the highway or portion thereof as a scenic road. Upon filing any such petition with the Town Clerk, the statement of approval and related documents required pursuant to § 17A-5(b) shall be attached to or filed simultaneously with the petition.
[Ord. of 12-14-1998, § 6]
(b) 
Statement of approval. No ordinance designating a highway or portion thereof shall be adopted unless the Town Council shall have received a statement of approval which meets each of the requirements set forth below. The statement of approval shall be submitted on a form approved by the Town Clerk and shall contain the following:
(1) 
The name of the highway to be designated as a scenic road or a general description of the portion of such highway sought to be designated, together with a statement of the approximate total length of the highway or portion thereof to be designated.
(2) 
A description of those characteristics of the road which qualify it for scenic road status, as set forth in § 17A-4 of this chapter as well as any other characteristic such as an historic building or a structure listed on the National Register of Historic Places or the State Register of Historic Places which enhances the scenic character of the road.
(3) 
The statement must have original signatures of the owners of a majority of lot frontage abutting the highway or portion of highway in question, stating that they approve of designating the road or portion thereof as a scenic road and indicating their addresses and their lot frontage along the road or portion of the road in question; and a listing, in order by street number, of the names, street addresses (and mailing addresses if different) and lot frontage of each and every owner of lot frontage abutting the highway or portion thereof to be designated and, in cases where land is owned by more than one party, each owner shall be identified and listed. The listing of all owners of lot frontage shall indicate, for each owner, whether the owner approves, disapproves or could not be contacted.
(4) 
The name, address and signature of the circulator of the statement of approval, who shall be a resident of New Milford, together with a signed statement by the circulator that the circulator either knows each individual who signed the statement of approval or that the signer satisfactorily identified himself or herself to the circulator or provided to the circulator a signed, notarized separate statement with original signatures, representing that the signing party is the owner of the particular lot and frontage set forth in his or her statement and that the party signing has reviewed the entire proposed scenic road designation ordinance and approves of the designation; such separate statements shall be attached to the statement of approval; and as to the owners whom the circulator was unable to contact, diligent and reasonable efforts were made to contact such owners, including sending notice of the proposed scenic road designation by certified mail, return receipt requested, and that the return receipts are attached to the statement of approval and further stating in cases where land is owned by more than one party or in the case where land is held in trust for more than one party, each owner was notified. The frontage of any single lot or parcel of land, as reflected in the Tax Assessor's records, shall not be counted as approved frontage unless all owners of that lot or parcel of land approve of the scenic road designation.
[Ord. of 7-6-1988; Ord. of 12-14-1998; § 7]
(c) 
Verification and distribution. The original of the statement of approval shall be filed with the Town Clerk, who shall retain one copy, forward one copy to the Town Assessor and forward the original to the Town Council. The Town Assessor shall verify the ownership and the total lot frontages of those signing the statement of approval, shall verify that said total lot frontage constitutes a majority of lot frontage abutting the highway or portion thereof to be designated as a scenic road and shall submit such verification to the Town Council within five days from the date the Assessor received the statement of approval from the Town Clerk. Upon receipt of notice of such proposed designation, the Town Council shall notify the Director of Public Works and the Planning Commission requesting their written comments on the proposed designation of the road or portion of road. Such comments shall be submitted prior to the Town Council public hearing on the proposed designation and shall include a statement regarding consistency with the New Milford Plan of Conservation and Development, and a description of any changes or alterations scheduled to ensure the road is in good and sufficient repair and passable condition and a projected timetable for said scheduled alterations.
[Ord. of 12-14-1998, § 8]
(d) 
Hearing. In order to designate a highway or portion thereof a scenic road, the Town Council shall first hold a public hearing regarding the designation of such road as a scenic road. Notice of the public hearing shall be given in accordance with Section 406 of the Town Charter and by sending a copy of the notice of the hearing by registered or certified mail, to the owners of lots fronting on the highway or the portion of the highway to be designated a scenic road.
[Ord. of 7-6-1988; Ord. of 12-14-1998]
(e) 
Decision. The Town Council shall vote on the designation within the period of time permitted under Section 406 of the Town Charter. The Town Council may approve for scenic road designation any highway or portion of highway being proposed so long as the Council finds it meets the criteria of § 17A-4 of this chapter; the statement of approval and, if applicable, any petition of electors conform to the procedural requirements of § 17a-5 of this chapter; and the proposed designation complies with state statute. Within 10 days after passage, the ordinance designating a highway or portion of a highway as a scenic road shall be published in a newspaper having general circulation in the town, and notice of such passage shall be addressed, by certified mail, to the owners of lots fronting on that highway or portion thereof designated as a scenic road. The Planning, Zoning, Wetlands and Conservation Commissions, the Water Pollution Control Authority, the Town Director of Community Planning and Economic Development, the Tree Warden, the Town Engineer, the Department of Public Works, the Police Department and appropriate emergency services, Superintendent of Schools and the Town Clerk shall also be notified. Such notice shall be a simple statement that the highway or portion thereof was designated as a scenic road by ordinance, together with the date of such action. The grounds for the designation or nondesignation shall be stated in the records of the Town Council and shall include either a detailed description of the special features which make the highway so designated scenic or the reasons designation was denied. Should the Town Council fail to adopt a scenic road ordinance submitted to the Council pursuant to a petition of electors pursuant to Section 408 of the Town Charter, a Special Town Meeting shall be called pursuant to the provisions of Section 408 of the Town Charter.
[Ord. of 12-14-1998]
(f) 
Record. The Town Clerk shall maintain a separate scenic road record of all the Town Council Resolutions designating highways or portions of highways as scenic roads.
[Ord. of 12-14-1998]
(g) 
Signs. Each designated scenic road shall be identified by the posting of yellow and black, diamond-shaped standard advisory signs at both ends of the road. Such signs (on unpaved roads) shall read as follows:
SCENIC ROAD
PIX
OF OAK TREE
15 MPH
Signs on paved scenic roads shall substitute the word "CAUTION," for the 15 mph suggested speed.
[Ord. of 7-6-1988; Ord. of 12-14-1998]
[Ord. of 7-6-1988]
The designation of a highway or a portion thereof as a scenic road may be rescinded by the Town Council by ordinance, using the same of the above procedures as was used for the designation, and provided that the owners of the majority of the lot frontage abutting the highway or a portion of the highway concur with such recission as set forth in this chapter. No designation of a highway or portion of a highway as a scenic road may be rescinded and no petition or request for such rescission may be filed for at least two years after the effective date of the ordinance so designating such a highway or portion thereof as a scenic road. No designation of a highway or portion of a highway as a scenic road may be rescinded unless the highway or portion thereof to be rescinded is at least 1/2 mile in length.
[Ord. of 7-6-1988, § V; Ord. of 12-14-1998]
(a) 
Preservation objective. The town shall maintain its scenic roads in good and sufficient repair and in passable condition. Routine maintenance and the regulation of future alterations and improvements of designated highways shall be carried out so to preserve to the highest degree possible the scenic characteristics of the highway which are indicated in the records of the Town Council as the basis for its designation as a scenic road.
(b) 
Definition of routine road maintenance. Such maintenance shall include removal of dead and seriously diseased or damaged trees and branches of trees and trimming of the tree branches that encroach on the traveled portion of the highway below the height needed to allow school buses and emergency vehicles to pass. The scope of tree maintenance shall be determined by the Tree Warden in accordance with the requirements of Chapter 451 of the Connecticut General Statutes and when routine maintenance to the road or right-of-way are deemed necessary, the highest level of care should be taken to minimize root damage to trees bordering the road. Routine maintenance shall also include winter maintenance and street cleaning; trimming or removal of brush; removal of boulders or other obstacles that encroach on the traveled portion of the road or are proximate to the traveled portion and constitute a safety hazard; necessary trimming for utility lines in accordance with Section 16-234 of the Connecticut General Statutes; trimming of brush to enhance and protect scenic views, stone walls, mature trees and other characteristics of the scenic road set forth in the decision designating it a scenic road; and repair of existing bridges, guide posts, guardrails and other engineered structures with like materials or new materials, whichever are most complementary to the scenic character of the road. Routine maintenance shall also include correction of drainage problems and gravelling retreatment and repair of existing roadway surfaces that does not result in widening. Any maintenance activity not listed above shall be considered an alteration or improvement and is subject to the terms of subsections (e), (f) and (g) of this section.
(c) 
Procedure for routine road maintenance. Routine road maintenance shall not require approval of the Town Council, except that the Mayor shall be notified of contemplated routine maintenance to a scenic road at least one week before it is scheduled to commence. The Director of Public Works shall monitor routine road maintenance for compliance to this chapter.
[Ord. of 12-14-1998]
(d) 
Natural disasters. In the case of a natural disaster in which a road becomes impassable or a danger to public travel and access must be provided, emergency repairs may be made as needed to restore the highway or portion of highway to its preemergency condition.
[Ord. of 7-6-1988; Ord. of 12-14-1988]
(e) 
Definition of alterations or improvements. As used herein, the term "alteration and improvement" to a scenic road shall include widening of the right-of-way or of the traveled portion of the highway, paving of unpaved surfaces and all other changes in the characteristics of the material used on the roadway surface, changes of grade, straightening, removal of stone walls, removal of mature trees, new construction of bridges, guide posts, guard rails and other engineered structures and all other improvements except routine maintenance as defined in Subsection (b) of this section.
[Ord. of 7-6-1988; Ord. of 12-14-1998]
(f) 
Alteration or improvement procedure. The alteration or improvement of a designated scenic road shall be determined by the Town Council. Any proposal for alteration or improvement, whether by public or private applicant, shall be submitted to the Town Council, along with a suitable map showing, in detail, the proposed alteration or improvement. At its next regularly scheduled meeting after submission of the proposal, the Town Council shall refer the proposal to the Planning Commission, and the Mayor, with the approval of the Council, shall, pursuant to Charter, appoint a committee to advise the Town Council on the alterations or improvements being proposed and any alternative solutions. The Advisory Committee shall consist of six electors of the town and shall include a member of the Town Council, a member of the Planning Commission, The Director of Public Works or his designee, the Town Director of Community Planning and Economic Development or, if that position is not filled or if he or she is not an elector of the town, such other member duly appointed, and two representatives of existing landowners along the scenic road. The Mayor shall, by giving reasonable written notice to all existing landowners along the scenic road, call and chair a meeting of the landowners at which the landowners present shall select their two representatives. The landowners shall have one vote per frontage lot. In the event that this process does not result in the selection of two representatives, the Mayor, with the approval of the Town Council, shall duly appoint two committee members. The Advisory Committee shall comply with all applicable legal requirements, including the requirements of Sections 1-18a, through 1-21i of the Connecticut General Statutes. The Planning Commission and the Advisory Committee shall submit findings of fact and a recommendation, in writing, to the Town Council within 35 days after the submission of the proposal to it by the Town Council. Within 35 days after receiving the Planning Commission's and the Advisory Committee's reports, the Town Council shall hold a public hearing on the application. The Town Council shall consider the Planning Commission's and the Advisory Committee's findings of fact and recommendations in making its determination, provided that the Town Council shall approve an alteration or improvement which the Planning Commission recommended disapproving only upon a two-thirds vote of the Town Council. Final action on the application shall be taken within 45 days after the public hearing held by the Town Council.
[Ord. of 7-6-1988; Ord. of 12-14-1998]
(g) 
Standards for alteration. No alteration or improvements to a scenic road or portion thereof (other than routine maintenance) shall be made unless the Town Council determines that such alterations are necessary to maintain the road in good and sufficient repair and in passable condition. Any decision by the Town Council to alter or improve a scenic road shall reflect the least possible damage to the scenic character of the highway, and no alteration or improvement shall be approved until potential alternative solutions, including, but not limited to, those stated below have been thoroughly considered . If alteration or improvements to a scenic road are required, then they shall conform to the following:
(1) 
Speed limits. Scenic values are correlated with lower speeds, and alterations shall not be made in such a manner as to unnecessarily encourage increased speed. The speed limit recommended by the town for unpaved scenic roads shall be 15 mph and shall be clearly posted on a standard yellow and black diamond-shaped advisory sign at each end of the road or portion of the road.
(2) 
Curves. Scenic values are correlated with the existence of curves, which allow a constant unfolding of new and changing views. Curves shall not be eliminated until they are found to be a definite hazard within the concept of the specific road.
(3) 
Grades. Hills and valleys are correlated with scenic values. They shall not be destroyed by cuts and fills unless absolutely essential to keep the road in good and sufficient repair and passable condition.
(4) 
Widths. A narrow road is correlated with high scenic beauty. Designated highways should never be widened unless the amount of traffic, as determined by a factual study commissioned by the Town of New Milford, demands it to keep the the road in good and sufficient repair and passable condition. For some rural roads, the amount of traffic that can be handled can be greatly increased by wide bypasses and turnouts constructed at intervals where they do the least damage to scenic and other values; such bypasses and turnouts shall be implemented whenever possible.
(5) 
Side slopes. Whenever possible side slopes should not be disturbed. Existing steepness of side slopes is preferable to reduction of gradient by extensive removal of soil and rock. This is especially true where the slope is fully stabilized and where it is rich with existing ground cover, shrubs and trees.
(6) 
Vistas. Vistas of distant landscapes are associated with scenic beauty and shall be preserved by suitable vegetation management techniques along the scenic road right-of-way.
(7) 
Utility lines. Whenever possible, utility lines shall be put underground. Where such lines are overhead, the utility corporations shall cooperate in accordance with Section 16-234 of the Connecticut General Statutes by using suitable vegetation management techniques which preserve as much as possible the tree canopy, wild flowers and shrubs.
(8) 
Vegetation. Vegetation on the side of the road shall be managed in such a way to preserve wild flowers, permissible shrubs of ornamental and wildlife values and trees. Overarching isolated trees and the canopy of a closed forest can have extremely high scenic value and should be preserved whenever possible. When alterations or improvements to the road or right-of-way are deemed necessary, the highest level of care should be taken to minimize root damage to trees bordering the road.
(9) 
Stone walls. If stone walls or portions thereof must be removed, they shall be rebuilt along the untraveled portion of the road and restored to match their original appearance to the extent reasonable and practical.
(10) 
Nonscenic activities and structures on town-owned right-of-way. Nonscenic activities and structures, such as billboards, sand, gravel and salt piles, refuse disposal and other unsightly situations, shall be forbidden.
(11) 
Materials. When alterations or improvements to the surface of the road other than paving are deemed necessary, any material added to the road or right-of-way surface shall be consistent with the existing road surface material. When bridges, guide posts, guard rails or other engineered structures are found to be needed or replaced, materials that blend into or complement the scenic characteristics of the road, including but not limited to stone and timber, shall be used.
(12) 
Curbs and curb or road cuts. Hard curbs and frequent curb or road cuts are not associated with the scenic qualities of rural country roads. Whenever possible hard curbs shall be restricted to drainage areas and the number of curb or road cuts shall be minimized.
(13) 
Continuity. Where possible, scenic and preservation easements should be acquired from adjacent owners to ensure the continuance of natural relief, desirable features and scenic and historic values in the public interest.
[Ord. of 7-6-1988; Ord. of 12-14-1998]
(h) 
Paving criteria. No scenic road may be paved unless the Town Council passes a resolution to the effect that there is no reasonable alternative to the improvement or alteration of the road other than paving. Such resolution shall be based upon certification by the Town Engineer (Public Works Director) or a licensed civil engineer retained by the Town Council that there is no reasonable alternative to the improvement or alteration of the road other than paving and that the alteration or improvement by paving is necessary to maintain the road in good and sufficient repair and passable condition for travel. Any paving of a scenic road in accordance with this subsection or any work to be done in connection with such paving shall not commence before 60 days after the date of the resolution of the Town Council in accordance with the provisions of this subsection. Before any alteration or improvement may be made to a road pursuant to this subsection, all other requirements and procedures of § 17A-6 of this chapter must be complied with.
[Ord. of 7-6-1988; Ord. of 12-14-1998]
(i) 
Rights of landowners abutting scenic road. Nothing in this chapter shall be deemed to prohibit a person owning or occupying land abutting the highway or portion thereof designated as a scenic road from maintaining and repairing the land which abuts the road so designated if the maintenance occurs on land not within the right-of-way, paved or unpaved, of the scenic road or from having access to his or her property by driveway or subdivision road by encroachment within the rights-of-way, provided such encroachment is constructed so as to safeguard the highway's scenic features as recorded by the Town Council. Nothing herein shall prohibit a landowner from permanently removing a portion of a stone wall or mature trees within the town right-of-way in order to construct or improve a driveway or, in the case of a subdivision, to connect a subdivision road with a designated scenic road, provided that the material removed is limited to that area needed for driveway or subdivision road access. In the case of subdivision roads, consideration shall be given to all feasible and prudent alternative locations for the connection of a new road to a scenic road to select a location that would have the least potential detrimental impact on the scenic road and alternative routes for the new road that could connect the new road to other existing roads in order to minimize or eliminate any potential detrimental impact on one or more scenic roads.
[Ord. of 7-6-1988, § VI; ;Ord. of 12-14-1998]
All highways or portions thereof which have been designated by ordinance as scenic roads prior to the effective date of this chapter shall remain as scenic roads, provided that such scenic roads shall be governed hereafter by the provisions of this chapter. Except as otherwise provided in this section, the Scenic Roads Ordinance adopted by the Board of Selectmen on September 28, 1987, and all amendments thereto adopted prior to this chapter, are hereby repealed and of no further force or effect. [1]
[1]
Editor's Note: "The Scenic Ordinance" refers to former Ch. 17A, Scenic Roads Preservation.
[Ord. of 7-6-1988; Ord. of 12-14-1998]
(a) 
This chapter is a statement of public policy of the Town of New Milford and applies to the conduct of town employees and commissions as well as those who own property abutting the scenic roads.
(b) 
This chapter shall be enforced by the Zoning Enforcement Officer.
(c) 
Violation of this chapter shall be subject to a fine not exceeding $100 per day for each day the violation continues and such other legal remedies as may be available to the town.
[Ord. of 10-26-2003]
The following highways or portions thereof have been designated as scenic roads by ordinance and are governed by the provisions of this chapter:
(1) 
Barker Road from its intersection with West Meetinghouse Road to its intersection with Squires Hill Road, a distance of approximately 5,800 feet.
[Ord. of 9-28-1987]
(2) 
Buck's Rock Road from the northern end of the paved portion (CL&P/SNET pole No. 1474) to its northern termination at Merryall Road.
[Ord. of 9-28-1987]
(3) 
Burnett Road from its intersection with Cherniske Road to the Kent, Connecticut town line, a distance of approximately 4,400 feet.
[Ord. of 9-28-1987]
(4) 
Cherniske Road from its intersection with Squires Hill Road and Barker Road to its intersection with Sawyer Hill Road and New Preston Hill Road, a distance of approximately 10,200 feet.
[Ord. of 9-28-1987]
(5) 
Crossmon Road between Buckingham Road and Upland Road.
[Ord. of 3-23-1998]
(6) 
Front of the Mountain Road from its intersection with Brown's Forge Road to its intersection with Long Mountain Road, a distance of approximately 3,940 feet.
[Ord. of 9-28-1987]
(7) 
Hine Road from its intersection with West Meetinghouse Road to the termination of the presently paved portion (CL&P/SNET pole No. 3266), a distance of approximately 6,510 feet.
[Ord. of 9-28-1987]
(8) 
Indian Trail Road from the western boundary of the property now or formerly of Arthur and Karen Hormler, identified as Lot 13 on Map No. 118 in the Tax Assessor's office in the town of New Milford and described in Volume 319, page 288, of the land records in the office of the Town Clerk of New Milford (later amended to eastern boundary), to its intersection with West Meetinghouse Road, a distance of approximately 4,400 feet.
[Ord. of 9-28-1987; Ord. of 12-14-1987]
(9) 
Judd's Bridge Road from its intersection with Mine Hill Road for a distance of approximately 3,700 feet toward the Roxbury, Connecticut border.
[Ord. of 9-28-1987, Ord. of 12-14-1987]
(10) 
Lillis Road from its intersection with Second Hill Road opposite Reservoir Road to its other intersection with Second Hill Road to the east of the first mentioned intersection, a distance of approximately 4,699 feet.
[Ord. of 4-11-1988]
(11) 
Legion Road from its intersection with Lillis Road to the paved portion of Legion Road, a distance of approximately 3,115 feet.
[Ord. of 4-11-1988]
(12) 
Long Mountain Road from its intersection with South Kent Road to the property line between land now or formerly of Marianne Meyer and Joseph Levine and now or formerly of Storm Haven Farm, a distance of approximately 8,000 feet.
[Ord. of 9-28-1987]
(13) 
Long Mountain Road, beginning at the CL&P Power Easement crossing Long Mountain Road, on the easterly side of the road at the southerly border of Map No. 55, Lot No. 44, and on the westerly side of the road at the southerly border of Map No. 55, Lot No. 43 for a length of three miles to the northerly end of the road where it joins with that section of Long Mountain Road which previously received scenic preservation designation.
[Ord. of 8-10-1998]
(14) 
Mine Road from its intersection with Barker Road to its intersection with North Road, a distance of approximately 1,900 feet.
[Ord. of 9-28-1987]
(15) 
Mud Pond Road from its intersection with Long Mountain Road to the Kent, Connecticut border, a distance of approximately 6,600 feet.
[Ord. of 9-28-1987]
(16) 
North Road from its intersection with Barker Road to its intersection with Chapel Hill and Tamarack Roads, a distance of approximately 6,260 feet.
[Ord. of 9-28-1987]
(17) 
Old Mill Road from its intersection with Upland Road to its intersection with Wheaton Road, a distance of approximately 4,225 feet.
[Ord. of 12-14-1987]
(18) 
Old Stilson Hill Road, also known as "Old Sherman Road," from Route 37 to its intersection with Stilson Hill Road.
[Ord. of 12-14-1987]
(19) 
Rooster Tail Hollow Road (formerly Bennett Road) from its intersection with River Road to its intersection with Long Mountain Road, a distance of approximately 6,000 feet.
[Ord. of 9-28-1987]
(20) 
Stilson Hill Road from Route 37 to its intersection with Gaylord Road.
[Ord. of 12-14-1987]
(21) 
West Meetinghouse Road from its intersection with Barker Road to the Kent, Connecticut town line.
[Ord. of 11-27-1989]
(22) 
Crossman Road, that runs between Buckingham Road and Upland Road.
[Ord. of 3-23-1998]
(23) 
Old Stone Road, from its intersection with South Kent Road, on the easterly side of the road at the westerly boundary of the Richard A. and Anna T. Cote property, and on the westerly side of the road at the easterly border of the Stephen A. and Barbara Dull property, for a length of 0.75 mile; to that northerly point of the road where Old Stone Road meets the northeasterly corner of the Allan Lokos and Susanna Weiss property, and the northwesterly corner of the Barry and Ann Marcus property.
[Ord. of 11-30-1998]
(24) 
Sand Pit Road, from its intersection with Litchfield Road (a/k/a Route 202) through to its intersection with Upland Road.
[Ord. of 5-24-1999]
(25) 
Newton Road, from its intersection with Gaylord Road, for a length of .50 mile; to the intersection of Webatuck Road.
[Ord. of 7-24-2000]
(26) 
Hartwell Road, beginning at the boundary between the properties of Patterson (Tax Map 45, Lot 1) and Bailey (Tax Map 44, Lot 76) on the northerly side of the highway continuing easterly for approximately .7 mile to the New Milford/Washington Town line.
[Ord. of 6-10-2002]
(27) 
Candlewood Lake Road South beginning at the intersection with Carmen Hill No. 1 and Sullivan Road and south ending at the Brookfield Town line, for a length of 2.53 miles.