Town of Chautauqua, NY
Chautauqua County
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[Adopted 4-7-1950]
This Board in all respects approves the establishment of a Fire Protection District within the Town of Chautauqua, Chautauqua County, New York, to be known as "Mayville Fire Protection District," to be contained in and embrace the following boundaries:
Beginning at the northerly line of the Light House Allotment, thence southeasterly along said allotment northerly line to the center of the Lake Road (Route 17-J), then southerly along the center line of said Lake Road to the northeast corner of the land of R. Burdick, thence westerly along Burdick's North Line to the northwest corner thereof, thence southerly along Burdick's West Line to land of I. Parker - formerly known as Emily Hewes North Line - thence westerly along the land of I. Parker, L. Wood and H. Smith to the North west Corner thereof, thence along the West Line of Lot No. 34 and lands of H. Smith and L. Y. Ramsey to the southerly corner of the Boy Scout Reserve, such southerly corner being about 2-Ch, 29-Li, northerly of the center line of the Moore Road, thence north westerly along the southerly line of the said Boy Scout Reserve, and said line being the Northeasterly line of land of L. Y. Ramsey and J. King, to the easterly line of A. Wilcox land, thence southerly along the easterly line of A. Wilcox and the west line of Ramsey and King to the north line of G. Hewes land, thence west along G. Hewes north line to the west line of Lot No. 39, thence south along the west line of Lot No. 39, being the west line of G. Hewes land to the center of the Moore Road, being the northeast corner of Lot 33; thence west along the center line of the Moore Road, continued, which is the line between Lot Nos. 33-34, 4-5, 12-13, thence southerly from the corner of Lot Nos. 12-13, 20-21 along the center line of a highway that is the westerly border of Lot No. 12 and the easterly border of Lot No. 20, the intersection of Lot Nos. 10-11, and 19-20, thence westerly along the lot line of Lot Nos. 19-20, 21-28, crossing New York State Highway Route 430 and the Buffalo Division of the Pennsylvania Rail Road to a point and monument at the intersection of Lot Nos. 27-28, 35-36, continuing westerly along the southern boundary of Lot No. 36 and the northerly boundary of Lot No. 35 to the Town Line of Chautauqua and Westfield, thence northerly along the center line of Chautauqua Creek, which is the line between the Townships of Chautauqua and Westfield to the westerly corner of Lot No. 82 and continuing along the westerly boundary of Lot No. 81 to the intersection of the boundary lines of the Townships of Chautauqua and Portland, thence northeasterly along the Chautauqua-Portland line to a point where the northerly line of Lot No. 45 intersects the Chautauqua-Portland Town lines, and continuing along the northerly line of Lot No. 45 to the northerly boundaries of Lot Nos. 45-37, thence directly south on the line between Lots Nos. 45-37, 44-36 to a point which is the intersection of Lots Nos. 42-34, 41-33, thence directly east along the southern boundary line of Lot No. 34 to the waters of the Big Inlet, thence directly south along the center line of the waters of the Big Inlet to the northerly line of the lands of Harris J. Steward, formerly known as Marion Scofield lands, and the northerly line of the lands of Crescent Smith, thence due east along the northerly line of the lands of Crescent Smith to the Brocton Road and continuing on easterly along the northerly line of the lands of John A. Anderson and turning south along the easterly line of the lands of John A. Anderson to the center line of the county highway (known as old Route 17), thence north westerly along the center line of said highway to the easterly line of the lands of Harry Putnam, thence south along the easterly line of the lands of Putnam to the southerly line of Putnam, thence northerly to the center line of the Big Inlet, thence south along the center line of the waters of the Big Inlet to the shores of Chautauqua Lake, thence northwesterly along said Lake Shore in its various courses to the Line of the Village of Mayville.
This description is not intended to include any portion of land or part of the Incorporated Village of Mayville, or to infringe on any other fire district already set up by the Board of the Town of Chautauqua, and is wholly in the said Town of Chautauqua.