An act to extend the corporate limits of the town of scotland neck in halifax county



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NORTH CAROLINA GENERAL ASSEMBLY

1959 SESSION

CHAPTER 161

SENATE BILL 108



AN ACT TO EXTEND THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE TOWN OF SCOTLAND NECK IN HALIFAX COUNTY.
The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:
Section 1. The corporate limits of the Town of Scotland Neck are hereby extended to include the following described territory: Beginning at a point in the town limit line in the center of a proposed street, and in the northern line of Helen Leggett property; said point located North 68 degrees West 460 feet from the center of Clarksville Drive; running thence North 68 degrees West 433 feet with the line of Helen Leggett to a ditch, a common corner of Helen Leggett and F. G. Shearin; thence South 38 degrees West 374 feet with said ditch to a stake, a common corner of Helen Leggett and F. G. Shearin; thence leaving said ditch North 60 degrees West 349 feet with the dividing line of Helen Leggett and F. G. Shearin, to a stake in the eastern right of way of the Virginia Electric and Power Company; said stake also being South 60 degrees East 61 feet from the center of a creek; thence with the eastern right of way line to the Virginia Electric and Power Company North 14 degrees 12 minutes East 2,077 feet to a stake in the dividing line of Mrs. W. W. Kitchin Heirs and W. A. Kitchin; thence with the dividing line of Mrs. W. W. Kitchin Heirs and W. A. Kitchin North 82 degrees 45 minutes East 276 feet to a large pine, a common corner of Mrs. W. W. Kitchin Heirs and W. A. Kitchin; thence continuing with said dividing line South 75 degrees East 1,380 feet to the northwest corner of the Dr. C. H. Neville lot, a corner in the present town limit line; thence with the present town limits, southerly, westerly and southerly to the point of beginning.

Sec. 2. All laws and clauses of laws in conflict with this Act are hereby repealed.



Sec. 3. This Act shall be in full force and effect from and after its ratification.

In the General Assembly read three times and ratified, this the 27th day of March, 1959.


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