The Vermont Statutes Online
Subchapter 001 : VILLAGE BOUNDARIES(Cite as: 24 App. V.S.A. ch. 235, § 1)
§ 235-1. Boundaries
All that part of the Town of Ludlow in the County of Windsor, bounded and described as follows: Commencing at a post on the south side of the highway leading from Ludlow Village to Proctorsville at the northeast corner of land of Freeman H. Fuller, thence running north 22 degrees and 30 minutes east, 84 rods to a stone wall between land of S. L. Valentine and land of William L. Lawrence; thence continuing on the same course 110 rods to a post set for a corner; thence running north, 67 degrees and 30 minutes west, 187 and one-half rods to a post on the east side of North Hill road, opposite the northeast corner of land of Delia C. King; thence running north, 79 degrees west, along a stone wall 96 rods to the west end of said stone wall; thence in the same course 50 rods to a stake on the east side of a road leading to back lots; thence in same course 63 rods to a post on the west side of the Dug-way road; thence in same course across Black River to a post on the west side of the stage road to Plymouth; thence in the same course, 22 rods, to the west line of the Rutland Railroad; thence southerly along the west line of said railroad 224 rods to a post on the north side of the West Hill road; thence south, 22 degrees and 30 minutes west, 26 rods to a post on the north side of the line fence between lands of Richard M. Bates and Wallace E. Hemmenway; thence in the same course 111 rods to a post on the north side of the highway leading to said Richard M. Bates' dwelling house; thence in the same course 29 rods to a post set as a corner near a large yellow birch tree; thence north 86 degrees and 20 minutes east, 394 rods to a post set as a corner near a railroad mile post marked "93" on the south side of the railroad aforesaid; thence north, 22 degrees and 30 minutes east, 63 rods to the place of beginning is hereby incorporated and made a body politic and corporate, and shall hereafter be known by the name of the Village of Ludlow, and by that name may have perpetual succession, and be capable of suing and being sued, may have a common seal and the same alter at pleasure, and shall be capable of purchasing, holding, and conveying personal and real estate for the use of said Village, and at any annual or special meeting, warned for that purpose as herein provided, lay a tax upon the real estate within the same, whether of residents or non-residents, for any of the purposes herein mentioned; and the trustees shall assess all taxes and make out a rate-bill accordingly, and deliver the same to the Collector. And it shall hereafter be the duty of the listers of Ludlow in making the list of the said Town of Ludlow to designate therein such of the ratable estate thereof as shall be within the limits of said Village.