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Title 24 Appendix : Municipal Charters

Chapter 245 : VILLAGE OF MORRISVILLE

Subchapter 001 : GENERAL PROVISIONS

(Cite as: 24 App. V.S.A. ch. 245, § 2)
  • § 245-2. Village boundaries

    All that portion of the Town of Morristown in the County of Lamoille as follows:

    Beginning at the northwest corner of the farm now owned by W.J. Foss and Helen Foss, and being at the point where the lands of the said W.J. Foss and Helen Foss and lands of Harold Ryder converge at the south boundary of the highway leading from Morrisville to Stowe, known as Route 100, said point being 135 feet easterly from a marble highway marker inscribed "Vt. 1934-NRH 88 B-NRM 88c";

    Thence along the division line of said Foss and Ryder properties southerly to the southwest corner of said W.J. Foss and Helen Foss farm;

    Thence in the southerly line of said Foss farm to the highway leading from Morrisville to the farm now owned by Edna A. Carpentier;

    Thence across said highway to and along the division line of said Carpentier property and premises known as the Morey place to the division line between premises of Edna A. Carpentier and premises of Ernest H. Mercia and Gladys Mercia;

    Thence along the northerly division line of said Ernest H. Mercia and Gladys Mercia premises to the highway known as Randolph Road;

    Thence southerly along said Randolph Road to the northerly line of land formerly held by Sarah Noyes Hardy, now held by the trustees of the Copley fund;

    Thence easterly along the northerly line of said Sarah Noyes Hardy premises and northerly along the easterly line of land of Volney C. Farr and Gladys Farr to the highway leading from Maple Street in the Village of Morrisville to Elmore, Vermont;

    Thence northerly along the easterly line of land of Lyle and Marcella Stewart to premises of Arthur T. and Hazel Stewart;

    Thence easterly along the northerly line of land of C.M. and Doris Greaves to the westerly line of premises known as the David Brown land;

    Thence northerly along the westerly line of land known as the David Brown land, and land of Max and Priscilla Davison to the main highway leading from Morrisville to Elmore;

    Thence across said highway and along the division line of land of Jean Pinney and Max B. and Priscilla Davison to the northeasterly corner of premises of Jean Pinney;

    Thence westerly along the division line of premises of Jean Pinney and R.H. and Fannye Hayes to the southwesterly corner of premises of said R.H. and Fannye Hayes (the Hayes farm);

    Thence along the westerly boundary of said Hayes farm premises, supposed to be the westerly line of lot 53 of the second division of lands of the Town of Morristown, to the south bank of the Lamoille River;

    Thence westerly along the south bank of the Lamoille River to its intersection with the westerly line of lands owned by W.G. and Lillian Lepper;

    Thence northerly along the westerly division line of said W.G. and Lillian Lepper premises, supposed to be the easterly line of lot 60 and westerly line of lot 57, within the third division of lots, to the highway known as the Morristown Plains Road;

    Thence westerly along said highway to its intersection with the main highway leading from Morrisville to Hyde Park;

    Thence in a straight line to a point which lies approximately 444 feet north 86 30’ west from the southwesterly corner of lands formerly known as the fairgrounds, said point being designated as "Point A";

    Thence from Point A 17 feet south 41 30’ west;

    Thence in a bearing south 87 20’ east a distance of 452 feet to a point opposite the southwesterly corner of lands formerly known as the fairgrounds;

    Thence in a line parallel with the southerly boundary of said fairground premises south 46 50’ east a distance of 618 feet to the westerly side of the highway leading from Morrisville to Hyde Park (constituting a right-of-way 24.75 feet in width containing 0.608 acres within the boundaries set forth herein in that portion of the description subsequent to Point A where the same first appears herein);

    Thence from Point A north 48 30’ west a distance of 647 feet to the easterly boundary of the right-of-way of the St. Johnsbury and Lake Champlain Railroad Company;

    Thence southerly along said St. Johnsbury and Lake Champlain Railroad Company right-of-way a distance of approximately 566 and five-tenths feet to the brook running into Lake Lamoille southerly from the mill premises of Atlas Plywood Corporation;

    Thence along the course of said brook to the easterly shore of Lake Lamoille;

    Thence along the easterly shore of Lake Lamoille to the northerly line of land formerly owned by Hill and Goodrich, now the property of the Village of Morrisville;

    Thence across said lake diagonally to an iron stake near the west shore of said lake;

    Thence southerly along the easterly line of land of C.S. Edwards to a point and stake in the northerly line of the highway leading from Morrisville to Stowe;

    Thence along the northerly line of said highway to a point opposite the intersection of lands of W.J. and Helen Foss and Harold Ryder with the southerly line of said highway;

    Thence southerly across the said highway to the point of beginning; shall be known as the Village of Morrisville.