HOUSE BILL 478
AN ACT TO ANNEX A DESCRIBED AREA TO THE TOWN OF COLUMBUS IN POLK COUNTY.
The General Assembly of North Carolina enacts:
Section 1. The corporate limits of the Town of Columbus are hereby extended to include therein the following contiguous tract of land:
"BEGINNING on a concrete monument in the eastern margin of Holly Hill Drive, said monument being at the most westerly point, and the terminus of the seventh call in the metes and bounds description contained in a 'Petition to Annex by Ordinance an Area Contiguous to the Boundaries of the Town of Columbus', dated July 28, 1976, which petition did change the Town Limits of Columbus to include an area known as 'Poppy Slopes Development', and running from said beginning point North 87 degrees 03 minutes West (crossing the median of Interstate Highway 26 at 1135 feet) 3845 feet to a concrete monument in the west boundary of the St. Luke's Hospital tract, said monument being the terminus of the fourth call in a conveyance from St. Luke's Hospital, Inc., to Polk County, dated January 9, 1969 and recorded in Book 147, Page 29, Polk County Registry; thence North 35 degrees 07 minutes West (crossing the center line of North Carolina Highway 108 at 1075 feet) 3010 feet to an iron pin marking the most westerly point in the Jackson N. Walker, et al property, said iron pin also being the terminus of the ninth call in a conveyance from W.L. Hague, et al to Jackson N. Walker, et al., dated August 9, 1977 and recorded in Book 167, Page 1394, Polk County Registry; thence North 46 degrees 33 minutes East 3273 feet to a point near the intersection of Interstate Highway I-26 and U.S. Highway 74, which marks the present most westerly point in the corporate limits of the Town of Columbus; thence with the present corporate limits of Columbus as follows: South 44 degrees 30 minutes East 2635 feet to a concrete monument in the east margin of N.C. Highway 108, said monument also being the most westerly point in the tract conveyed to Harold Burrell from Gulf Oil Corp., by deed dated June 20, 1977 and recorded in Book 167, Page 678, Polk County Registry; thence with the right of way of Interstate Highway 26, 2632 feet to an iron pin marking the southwest corner of the property conveyed from David W. and Jean Kearney Robinson to Charles O. Feagan, dated July 7, 1964 and recorded in Book 131 at Page 180, Polk County Registry; thence leaving Interstate-26 right of way and running with the Feagan property South 54 degrees 50 minutes East 1124 feet to the point of BEGINNING."
Sec. 2. This act shall become effective June 30, 1981.
In the General Assembly read three times and ratified, this the 13th day of April, 1981.