Ordinance 200: Declaring Land Situate in Township

An ordinance declaring the admission of a section of land situate in the Township of Darlington, and lying adjacent to the Borough of Darlington, County of Beaver and State of Pennsylvania to become a part of said Borough.

Whereas, a majority of all free hold owners of territory proposed to be annexed, described in Section 1 of this Ordinance, lying adjacent to the Borough of Darlington have petitioned the Town Council of the Borough of Darlington to declare by Ordinance the admission of the same into the Borough of Darlington, therefore,

Be it ordained and enacted by the Town Council of the Borough of Darlington, County of Beaver and State of Pennsylvania, and it is hereby ordained and enacted by the authority of the same:

  • Beginning at a point on the westerly Borough line thirty five (35) feet south of the northerly line of Second Street, said point being as drill hole in the center line of the new concrete road leading from Darlington to East Palestine; thence south eighty-two (82) degrees and one (1) minute west by the center line of said road, twelve hundred sixty-one and eighty-five hundredths (1261.85) feet to a drill hole; thence south eighty-four (84) degrees and sixteen (16) minutes west by the center line of said road, four hundred sixty-one and thirty hundredths (461.30) feet to a drill hole; thence north eighty-seven (87) degrees and fifty-nine (59) minutes west by the center line of said road seventy-six and forty-eight hundredths (76.48) feet to the center line of the Pittsburgh, Lisbon and Western Railroad; thence north seventy-seven (77) degrees sixteen (16) minutes and thirty (30) seconds east, by the center line of said railroad, eighteen hundred twenty-four and ninety hundredths (1824.90) feet to the westerly borough line; thence south one (1) degree and thirty (30) minutes east by said westerly borough line, one hundred eighty-three and twenty-two hundredths (183.22) feet to the place of beginning.
  • Beginning at a point on the easterly Borough line, eleven and eighty-seven hundredths (11.87) feet south of the northerly line of Third Street; thence north one (1) degree and thirty (30) minutes west, by the said easterly Borough line, one hundred six and eighteen hundredths (106.18) feet to a point in the center line of the Pittsburgh, Lisbon and Western Railroad; then by said center line in an easterly direction by five (5) degree and twelve (12) minute curve, six hundred forty-one and five hundredths (641.05) feet to a front in said centerline; thence south seventy-four (74) degrees and nine (9) minutes east by land of T. Cooper, three hundred thirty-one and sixty-seven hundredths (331.67) feet to a point on the westerly side of a thirty-three (33) foot road leading from Darlington to New Galilee; thence by said side of road south twenty-five (25) degrees and fifty (50) minutes west, three hundred twenty-four and two hundredths (324.02) feet; thence by said side of road south forty-three (43) degrees and thirty-five (35) minutes west, fifty-nine and thirty-five hundredths (59.35) feet; thence continuing by said to side of road, south fifty-six (56) degrees and five (5)minutes west, forty-eight and sixty-five hundredths (48.65) feet; thence continuing by said side of road south seventy-nine (79) degrees and eight (8) minutes west, five hundred forty-eight and thirty-four hundredths (548.34) feet to the place of beginning.
  • Beginning at a point on the northerly side of Fourth Street and the northerly borough line; thence by the continuation of the said northerly line of Fourth Street, south eighty-eight (88) degrees and thirty (30) minutes, forty-seven and sixty-nine hundredths (47.69) feet to the center of an old road known as the Old Lisbon Road; thence north forty-nine (49) degrees and eight (8) minutes west, by the center line of said road, five hundred seven and ninety-six hundredths (507.96) feet to a point; thence north eighty-eight (88) degrees and thirty (30) minutes east by the continuation of the northerly borough line produced four hundred twenty-three (423) feet to a stone, being the north west corner of the Borough of Darlington; thence south one (1) degree and thirty (30) minutes east, by a westerly borough line, three hundred forty-two and thirty hundredths (342.30) feet to the place of beginning.
  • Beginning at a point at the westerly side of Market Street and the southerly side of First Street; thence south one (1) degree and thirty (30) minutes east by the said westerly side of Market Street, one hundred feet (100) to a point; thence south eighty-eight (88) degrees and thirty (30) minutes west, one hundred thirty­ three and four hundredths (133.04) feet to the easterly side of Stephenson’s Alley; thence north one (1) degree and thirty (30) minutes west by the said easterly side of Stephenson’s Alley, one hundred (100) feet to a point on the southerly side of First Street; thence north eighty-eight (88) degrees thirty (30) minutes east by the south side of said First Street, one hundred thirty-three and four hundredths (04) feet to the place of beginning.
  • Beginning at a front on the north side of Fifth Street, and the easterly side of Martin’s Alley; thence north one (1) degree and thirty (30) minutes west, by the easterly side of said Martin’s Alley, one hundred forty (140) feet; thence north eighty-eight (88) degrees and thirty (30) minutes east, sixty-six and six hundredths (06) feet to a point; thence south one (1) degree and (30) minutes east, on a line with the westerly line of Morris Street, produced, one hundred forty (140) feet to the northerly side of Fifth Street, south eighty-eight (88) degrees and thirty (30) minutes west, sixty-six and six hundredths (66.06) feet to the place of beginning.
  • Beginning at a point on the southerly side of First Street, which is the present southerly Borough line an at the easterly side of Martin Alley; thence north eighty-eight (88) degrees and thirty (30) minutes east by the southerly side of First Street, one hundred thirty-two (132) feet to the westerly side of Morris Street; thence south one (1) degree and thirty (30) minutes east by the westerly side of Morris Street, one hundred twenty (120) feet to the north side of Thomas Alley; thence south eighty-eight (88) degrees and thirty (30) minutes west by the northerly side of Thomas Alley one hundred thirty-two (132) feet to the easterly side of Martin Alley; thence north one (1) degree and thirty (30) minutes west by the easterly side of Martin Alley, one hundred twenty (120) feet to the place of beginning.

Sec. 2. Whenever this Ordinance shall have been duly enacted and published, as required by law, it shall be the duty of the proper officer to file in the Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace of the County of Beaver a certified copy of this Ordinance together with description and plot showing the courses and distances of the boundaries of the Borough before and after annexation. A notice of such filing shall be filed in the office of the County Commissioners which said sections shall, after the filing of the map aforesaid, be admitted as part of said Borough, and subject to its jurisdiction and government.

Sec. 3. Any ordinance or part of ordinance conflicting with the provisions of this ordinance be, and the same are hereby repealed.

Ordained and enacted into a law by the Town Council of the Borough of Darlington, this sixth day of December, A.O. 1926.

  1. 8. Duff, President of Council

Attest:    Glenn H. Watterson, Secretary of Council Examined and approved by me this Sixth day of December, 1926.

  1. W. Peffer, Burgess
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