CHAPTER 22

AN ACT TO AMEND CHAPTER 108, VOLUME 47, LAWS OF DELAWARE, ENTITLED "AN ACT EXTENDING THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE TOWN OF CAMDEN," BY ADDING A NEW AREA THERETO.

WHEREAS, a referendum was duly held pursuant to resolution first adopted by the Town Council of The Town of Camden and pursuant to Chapter 120, Volume 42, Laws of Delaware, as amended; and

WHEREAS, a majority of the qualified voters and real estate owners of the territory proposed to be annexed and included in the limits of the said Town of Camden voted approval to be included within the limits of The Town of Camden;

NOW, THEREFORE:

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware in General Assembly met (two-thirds of all the members elected to each House thereof concurring therein):

Section 1. Chapter 108, Volume 47, Laws of Delaware, be and is hereby amended by adding thereto a new section to be known as Section 1, Section (2) F. and which shall read as follows:

Section 1. Section (2) F. ALL THAT CERTAIN tract, piece, or parcel of land situated in North Murderkill Hundred, Kent County and State of Delaware, lying on the Northwesterly side of U. S. Route 13 A, known as Main Street Extended, leading from Camden to U. S. Route 13 and bounded as follows: On the Southeast in part by lands now or late of Mrs. A. B. Carter, lands now or late of Charles C. Carter, lands now or late of Edward H. Nelson, lands now or late of VFW Post No. 3238, lands now or late of William C. Burke, lands now or late of Archibald C. Jones, lands now or late of Estella M. Clark, and aforesaid U.S. Route 13A; On the Southwest by the town limits of the Town of Camden; On the Northwest by the bed of Howell Mill Pond; On the Northeast by lands now or late of Elizabeth H. Goggins.

BEGINNING at a point in the Northwesterly side of aforesaid U. S. Route 13A at a corner for lands of aforesaid Mrs. A. B. Carter, THENCE by same and in part with lands of aforesaid Charles C. Carter and lands of aforesaid Edward H. Nelson, the following four courses and distances: (1) North forty-one (41) degrees forty-five (45) minutes West, two hundred (200.0) feet to a point; (2) South forty-eight (48) degrees fifteen (15) minutes West, one hundred sixty-five and eighteen hundredths (165.18) feet more or less, to a point in line of lands of Nelson; (3) North thirty-nine, (39) degrees West, three hundred five and seventy-four hundredths (305.74) feet more or less, to a point; (4) South forty-eight (48) degrees fifteen (15) minutes West, one hundred thirty-five and eighty-three hundredths (135.83) feet more or less, to a point in line of the present limits of the Town of Camden, as shown on a plan entitled "Plot of Lord Brothers Land," as shown in Plot Book 7, Page 34. THENCE with the present limits of the Town of Camden, as shown on aforesaid plot, North forty-one (41) degrees West, six hundred ninety-four (694.00) feet to a point. THENCE continuing with the limits of the Town of Camden, North thirty-six (36) degrees West, six hundred ninety-two (692.00) feet more or less, to a point near the original high water line of aforesaid Howell's Pond. THENCE by same, with its various meanderings, its tie line being generally North eighty-two (82) degrees thirty-nine (39) minutes fifty-nine (59) seconds East, eight hundred forty-one and eight hundredths (841.08) feet more or less, to a point in line of lands of aforesaid Goggins. THENCE by same, South forty-one (41) degrees forty-five (45) minutes East, one thousand one hundred two and eighty-four hundredths (1,102.84) feet more or less, to a point, corner for lands of aforesaid Clark. THENCE by same and in part with lands of aforesaid Jones, lands of aforesaid VFW Post No. 3238, and lands now or late of aforesaid Burke, the following four courses and distances: (1) South forty-seven (47) degrees thirty-three (33) minutes twenty-three (23) seconds West, three hundred eleven and seventy hundredths (311.70) feet to a point in line of aforesaid VFW Post; (2) North forty-two (42) degrees twenty-six (26) minutes thirty-seven (37) seconds West, twenty-five (25.00) feet to a point; (3) South forty-seven (47) degrees thirty-three (33) minutes twenty-three (23) seconds West, one hundred fifty (150.00) feet to a point; (4) South forty-two (42) degrees twenty-six (26) minutes thirty-seven (37) seconds East, three hundred twenty-five (325.00) feet to a point in the Northwesterly side of aforesaid U. S. Route 13A. THENCE by same, seventy-four and ninety-five hundredths (74.95) feet more or less, to the point and place of beginning, CONTAINING twenty-four (24.0) acres of land, more or less.

This act shall be effective immediately.

Approved April 17, 1969.