GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF NORTH CAROLINA
SECOND EXTRA SESSION 1996
AN ACT TO CORRECT, SET OUT, AND CLARIFY THE BOUNDARIES OF THE TOWN OF DANBURY AND TO VALIDATE ACTIONS OF THE TOWN.
The General Assembly of North Carolina enacts:
Section 1. (a) Any and all official acts, actions, expenditures, and levies of taxes or assessments by the Town of Danbury, prior to ratification of this act, with respect to or affecting:
(1) Territory and properties described in Section 2 of this act; or
(2) Territory and properties considered to be a part of the Town of Danbury at the time but not included in the description in Section 2 of this act,
are hereby ratified, validated, and confirmed, notwithstanding the variance of the boundaries.
(b) All elections, and the results thereof, previously held in and for the Town of Danbury are hereby validated.
Sec. 2. The corporate limits of the Town of Danbury are as follows:
BEGINNING at the mouth of Scott branch as it enters the Dan River and running in a northwesterly course with the meanders of Scott branch to Earl German's line; thence with Earl German's line N 0-39-15 W 1506.83 feet to a point, the Northeast corner of the boundary of Danbury, thence running S 87-47-02 W 4401.76 feet to the Paul Taylor, now Susan Montague line, thence with the Susan Montague line S 2-42-57 W 615.83 feet to a point in the center of Highway 89; thence west with the meanders of Highway 89 approximately 279 feet to the formerly William M. Nelson now Eanes boundary corner in center of Highway 89, also the Susan Montague corner in the Highway 89, thence with the Susan Montague line S 65-56-25 W 1185.89 feet, thence S 54-54-47 E crossing the city limit sign at 1040.27 a total distance of 6594.26 feet to a point in the center of the dam on Mill Creek; said point on the center or the dam being located N 83-40-55 E 1209.39 from a concrete monument the Northeast corner of Hanging Rock State Park-Taylor tract; thence down Mill Creek as it meanders to its mouth in Dan River Estate, thence down Dan River as it meanders to the Spot Taylor line now property of Stokes County, thence with the Spot Taylor Estate line, now Stokes County N 75-31-27 W 433.26 feet to a railroad spike in the center of Sheppard Mill Road; thence continuing with said county line and Spot Taylor Estate line N 75-31-27 W 281.82 feet to a point in the center of Dan River, thence with the meanders of Dan River to the mouth of Scott Branch, the point and place of the BEGINNING.
Sec. 3. This act is effective upon ratification.
In the General Assembly read three times and ratified this the 22nd day of July, 1996.
Dennis A. Wicker
President of the Senate
Harold J. Brubaker
Speaker of the House of Representatives