CHAPTER 217

AN ACT TO AMEND CHAPTER 131, VOLUME 33, LAWS OF DELAWARE RELATING TO THE CHARTER OF THE TOWN OF CLAYTON BY EXTENDING THE LIMITS OF SAID TOWN.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Delaware (two-thirds of all the Members elected to each House concurring therein):

Section 1. The Charter of the Town of Clayton, Chapter 131, Volume 33, Laws of Delaware, is hereby amended by adding to Section 1 thereof the following paragraph :

In addition the limits of the Town of Clayton shall be extended to include within said Town the lands described as follows to-wit:

All that certain tract, piece or parcel of land situated in Kenton Hundred, Kent County and State of Delaware, lying adjacent to the westerly corporate limits of the Town of Clayton and the southwesterly corner for which lies at the intersection of the State Highway leading from the Town of Clayton to Blackistons Cross Roads and the Public road leading northeasterly therefrom to Wheatley's Cannery and known as Duck Creek Road, the within lands and premises being more particularly described as follows, to-wit:

Beginning at a point where a corner fence post is set along the southeast right-of-way line of Duck Creek Road at the southwest corner for the tract of land now or formerly of Gilbert and Mary Sammons and the northwest corner of lands owned by W. L. Wheatley, Inc. and running South 32 degrees 3 minutes West approximately 408 feet along lands owned by W. L. Wheatley, Inc. and along lands now of Frederick Friedel, Jr. and his wife, Mary, to a corner where the southeasterly right-of-way line of Duck Creek Road meets the northerly right-of-way line of the Clayton-Blackiston Highway; thence binding with the northerly right-of-way line of the Clayton-Blackiston Highway and running North 89 degrees 15 minutes East along said right-of-way line a distance of approximately 386.3 feet along

lands owned by Friedel and lands owned by W. L. Wheatley, Inc. to a pipe at a corner for lands of W. L. Wheatley, Inc. and lands now of John Wesley Rambo and his wife, Ruth; thence continuing along the northerly right-of-way line of said Clayton-Blackiston Highway and running North 89 degrees 15 minutes East a distance of 279.6 feet along lands of Rambo, lands now or formerly of Susie Knotts, lands of Franklin M. Steele and his wife, Lorraine S., to a post in the North right-of-way line of said Clayton-Blackiston Highway and adjoining other lands of Steele; thence proceeding North 34 degrees 28 minutes West a distance of 140.35 feet to a stake which is a corner for the described lands of Steele, other, lands 'of Steele and lands now or formerly of Oakley Brown; thence South 53 degrees 50 minutes West a distance of 34 feet to a post which separates lands of Steele from lands now or formerly of Oakley Brown; thence proceeding North 52 degrees 26 minutes West along the boundary line between lands of Steele and lands now or formerly of Oakley Brown a distance of 29.80 feet to a post at a corner for lands of Steele, lands now or formerly of Knotts and lands now or formerly of Oakley Brown; thence binding with the last mentioned adjoining lands now or formerly of Brown which lands lie between the Knotts property and West Street and running North 50 degrees 30 minutes West a distance of 88.5 feet to a point at a corner for lands of Oakley Brown, Rambo and Knotts; thence running North 50 degrees 30 minutes West an additional 44 feet to a pipe bordering on West Street which pipe forms a corner for lands of Rambo, and lands of W. L. Wheatley, Inc.; thence running North 54 degrees 9 minutes West a distance of 142.20 feet to a pipe which is a corner for lands of W. L. Wheatley, Inc. and lands now or formerly of Ben Harris; thence North 55 degrees 48 minutes West a distance of 106.20 feet to the point and place of the Beginning, be the contents what they may.