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The Hutchinson River is a freshwater stream located in Southern Westchester County, New York. The river forms in Scarsdale at Brookline Road and flows 5 miles (8 km) south until it empties into Eastchester Bay in the New York City borough of the Bronx.The Hutchinson River was dammed by the New Rochelle Water Company in 1886 and 1907 to create three reservoirs at the northern end of the community.
The Hutchinson river is navigable for its final three miles. Tugs and barges and the occasional small tanker still make their way to the terminals that are still operating. The Northernmost active terminal is Sprague Energy located at 100 Canal Rd. Mount Vernon still accepts barges of heating oil, ULSD and biodiesel blends daily.
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