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Title 24 Appendix : Municipal Charters

Chapter 203 : VILLAGE OF ALBURGH

Subchapter 001 : BOUNDARIES AND CORPORATE EXISTENCE

(Cite as: 24 App. V.S.A. ch. 203, § 101)
  • § 203-101. Boundaries and Corporate Existence

    All that portion of the Town of Alburgh in the County of Grand Isle that is embraced within the following limits:  beginning at a point which marks the intersection of the southern boundary of the Lamoille Valley extension of the Central Vermont Railway right of way by the western boundary of the Rutland-Canadian Railroad in the main line of the said Rutland-Canadian Railroad; said point being the northeastern corner of the O. Bell homestead lot and mentioned in the O. Bell deed as recorded in town records as "Post A" and about 290 feet east of the main north and south highway on the west side of said Town of Alburgh; running in a southerly direction in the western boundary of said Rutland-Canadian Railroad right of way and yard at a point, which said western boundary line meets the northern boundary line of the property of A. H. Soule and Miss Martha Brown, said point being about 975 feet east of said main north and south highway; thence southerly in a line parallel with said highway and about 975 feet therefrom to the north line of the main highway that leads east and west across the Town; thence westerly in the north line of said highway to the east shore of Lake Champlain at the western corner of the John Young homestead; thence northerly and westerly in the east shore line of Lake Champlain past the pumping station of the Rutland Railroad and the ice house of the Produce Despatch Company to the point at which the southern boundary line of the Ogdensburg division of the Rutland Railroad meets the east shore of Lake Champlain; thence easterly and southerly in the southern boundary line of the said Ogdensburg division of the Rutland Railroad to the point at which the eastern boundary line of the Rutland Railroad on the line from Alburgh, Vermont, to Noyan Junction, Quebec, if extended would intersect said line; thence northerly across the Rutland Railroad and Central Vermont Rail-way rights of way in the eastern boundary line of the Rutland Railroad right of way from Alburgh, Vermont, to Noyan Junction, Quebec, continuing about 3,000 feet to the point at which the north line of the Wyman Vantine farm meets the said east line of the Rutland Railroad; thence easterly in the north boundary line of the Wyman Vantine farm to the main north and south highway and across the same to its east side; then southerly in the east line of said highway to the point at which the north line of the J. J. Bedard farm meets the said highway; thence in the north boundary line of the J. J. Bedard farm to a point about 315 feet from said highway; thence southerly in a line parallel to said highway through the farm of J. J. Bedard, A. W. Darby, Horace Sheldon and G. W. Sabre to the northeast corner of the property of N. K. Martin, continuing southerly in the east boundary lines of the property of N. K. Martin, W. J. Jameson, I. P. Grant and I. N. Gurdy; thence southerly across the rights of way of the Central Vermont Railway and Rutland Railroad in a straight line to the point of beginning; is hereby incorporated and made a body corporate, and shall hereafter be known by the name of the Village of Alburgh and by that name may have perpetual succession and be capable of suing and being sued and may have a common seal and the same alter at pleasure.