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NORTH CAROLINA GENERAL ASSEMBLY

1969 SESSION

CHAPTER 126

SENATE BILL 169


AN ACT TO EXTEND THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF JACKSONVILLE SO AS TO INCLUDE THE AREA ON WHICH THE CITY'S WASTE STABILIZATION LAGOON IS LOCATED.
The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:
Section 1. The corporate limits of the City of Jacksonville, North Carolina, are hereby extended to include a tract of land conveyed by deed from Lionel W. Pelletier and wife, dated January 9, 1963, recorded in Book 318, page 456, Onslow County Registry, said area being more particularly described as follows:

"That certain parcel or tract of land lying immediately adjacent to and on the South side of that tract of land sold to Hawthorne Park, Inc. by party of the first part and extending from the Hawthorne Park tract, South to New River; being bounded on the East by the Sabiston lands and on the West by the Williams' lands, on the North by lands of Hawthorne Park, Inc., and on the South by New River, and being more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at a point in Little Creek, the dividing line between the Williams' land and party of the first part at a point where the Southern boundary line of Hawthorne Park, Inc., crosses Little Creek; running thence South 7 degrees 42 minutes West approximately 50 feet to a corner in the Southern boundary line of Hawthorne Park, Inc., (also known as Northwoods Park Subdivision) thence along aforesaid Southern boundary line the following courses and distance; South 52 degrees 50 minutes West 276 feet; South 24 degrees 06 minutes West 319 feet; South 49 degrees 41 minutes West, 496.2 feet; South 17 degrees 37 minutes East 591.1 feet; South 0 degrees 18 minutes East 343.1 feet; South 37 degrees 48 minutes East 302.5 feet; South 46 degrees 01 minutes East 390 feet; South 89 degrees 22 minutes East 140.7 feet; North 81 degrees 00 minutes East 464.4 feet; South 60 degrees 10 minutes East 272.1 feet to a corner in the dividing line between Northwoods Park and the Northwoods II Subdivision, the same being the old dividing line between the lands of party of the first part and C.L. Sabiston; thence, along the said old dividing line between the lands of Pelletier and Sabiston, South 26 degrees 38 minutes West approximately 900 feet to New River; thence, with the shoreline of New River, first in a Southerly and then turning to a Westerly direction, running upstream along the shoreline of New River to the mouth of Little Creek; thence, up the centerline of Little Creek, the dividing line between the lands of Williams and party of the first part, to the point of BEGINNING, the same containing 53 acres, more or less."



Sec. 2. The tract of land hereby incorporated into the City of Jacksonville shall, from the effective date of this Act, be subject to all debts, laws, ordinances and regulations in force in the City of Jacksonville and shall be entitled to the same privileges and benefits as other parts of the municipality.

Sec. 3. All laws and clauses of laws in conflict with this Act are hereby repealed.

Sec. 4. 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 26th day of March, 1969.


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