City of Auburn, NY
Cayuga County
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A. 
The citizens of the State of New York from time to time inhabitants of that part of the County of Cayuga included within the City of Auburn, as the same is now constituted and bounded, are, and are continued, a municipal corporation in perpetuity under the name of "The City of Auburn."
B. 
The territory of such City shall be as follows:
(1) 
BEGINNING at the point of intersection of the center of the Owasco Outlet with the south line of Great Lot 47; thence easterly and along the south lines of Great Lot 47 and part of Great Lot 48, also being along the center line of Havens Avenue a distance of 4,330', more or less, to a point of intersection of the said south line of Great Lot 48 and the west line of the Town of Sennett, said point also being the present terminus of the center line of South Hunter Avenue; thence northerly along the center line of South Hunter Avenue 3,310', more or less, to a point in the west line of the Town of Sennett, said point also being the southwest corner of lands annexed to the City of Auburn from the Town of Sennett as shown on a map of annexation dated April 4, 1982; thence easterly at a deflection angle to the right of 89° 05' with the last described line a distance of 291.01' to a point; thence at an interior angle of 90° 08' 30" with the last described line a distance of 479.12' to a point; thence at an interior angle of 90° 46' 30" with the last described line a distance of 182.49' to a point; thence at an interior angle of 153° 48' with the last described line a distance of 55.72' to a point; thence at an interior angle of 296° 12' with the last described line a distance of 80.00' to a point; thence at an interior angle of 90° 00' with the last described line a distance of 52.00' to a point in the west line of the Town of Sennett, said point also being in the east line of the City of Auburn; thence northerly at an interior angle of 90° with the last described line a distance of 560', more or less, to a point in the south line of Great Lot 29 and the north line of Great Lot 39; thence westerly along the south lines of Great Lots 29, 28 and 27 a distance of 13,526.79', more or less, to a point in the south line of Great Lot 26, said point being 680', more or less, westerly of the intersection of Great Lots 26, 27, 36 and 37, said point also being the southeast corner of lands annexed to the City of Auburn from the Town of Throop as shown on a map of annexation dated February 10, 1987; thence at a deflection angle to the right of 79° 40' with the last described line a distance of 325.52' to a point; thence at an interior angle of 280° 52' with the last described line a distance of 450.00' to a point in the center line of North Division Street Road; thence at an interior angle of 79° 08' with the last described line and along the center line of North Division Street Road a distance of 60.81' to a point; thence at an interior angle of 100° 52' with the last described line a distance of 572.61' to a point; thence at an interior angle of 259° 08' with the last described line a distance of 684.63' to a point; thence at an interior angle of 100° 52' with the last described line a distance of 1,087.71' to a point; thence at an interior angle of 270° 11' 30" with the last described line a distance of 1,042.45' to a point; thence at an interior angle of 90° 06' with the last described line a distance of 1,372.02' to a point; thence at an interior angle of 90° 07' 30" with the last described line a distance of 2,127.33' to a point in the north line of Great Lot 26; thence easterly along the north line of Great Lot 26 a distance of 840', more or less, to a point; thence southerly and along the west line of the City of Auburn and also the east line of the Town of Aurelius a distance of 6,255.86', more or less, to a point, said point being the northeast corner of lands annexed to the City of Auburn from the Town of Aurelius as shown on a map of annexation dated February 10, 1987; thence at a deflection angle to the right of 86° 41' 27" with the last described line a distance of 471 32' to a point; thence southerly at an interior angle of 93° 18' 33" with the last described line a distance of 1,687.26' to a point in the center line of Clark Street Road; thence easterly at an interior angle of 79° 08' with the last described line and along the center line of Clark Street Road a distance of 479.12' to a point, said point being in the east line of the Town of Aurelius and also being in the west line of the City of Auburn; thence southerly along said division line between the Town of Aurelius and the City of Auburn a distance of 7,716.88', more or less, to a point in the south line of Great Lot 55; thence easterly and along the south lines of Great Lots 55, 56 and part of Great Lot 57 a distance of 11,100.7', more or less, to a point, said point also being the northwest corner of lands annexed to the City of Auburn from the Town of Fleming as shown on a map of annexation dated December 15, 1982; thence at a deflection angle to the right of 77° 14' with the last described line a distance of 546.7' to a point; thence at an interior angle of 160° 40' with the last described line a distance of 314' to a point; thence at an interior angle of 168° 13' with the last described line a distance of 1,502.0' to a point, thence at an interior angle of 89° 56' with the last described line a distance of 653.8' to a stone monument on the west bank of the Owasco Outlet; thence at an interior angle of 74° 25' with the last described line a distance of 197' to a point; thence at an exterior angle of 146° 44' with the last described line a distance of 337.4' to a point; thence at an exterior angle of 132° 49' with the last described line a distance of 400' to a point; thence at an exterior angle of 143° 17' with the last described line a distance of 295.45' to a point; thence at an interior angle of 172° 02' with the last described line a distance of 180.45' to a point; thence at an interior angle of 102° 00' with the last described line a distance of 95' to a point; thence at an interior angle of 153° 20' with the last described line a distance of 237' to a point; thence at an exterior angle of 157° 58' with the last described line a distance of 67.8' to a point; thence at an exterior angle of 165° 43' with the last described line a distance of 71' to a stone monument; thence easterly and at a deflection angle to the right of 108° 41' with the last described line a distance of 45', more or less, to the center line of the Owasco Outlet; thence northerly and along the center line of the Owasco Outlet as it winds and turns a distance of 6,094', more or less, to the point and place of beginning.
(2) 
BEING AND INTENDING TO BE all of the lands situate in the City of Auburn as established by Chapter 488, § 1 of the Laws of 1920 and annexations to the City of Auburn subsequent thereto.
A. 
The City of Auburn shall be a body politic and corporate and shall have perpetual succession; may use a corporate seal; may sue and be sued; may acquire property within and without its boundaries for any municipal purpose in fee simple or any lesser interest or estate by purchase, gift, devise, lease or condemnation; and may sell, lease, hold, manage and control such property as its interest may require. The City of Auburn shall have all municipal powers, functions, rights, privileges and immunities of every name and nature wheresoever conferred on cities by the Constitution of the State of New York and conferred or imposed on it by general or special law.
B. 
The enumeration of particular powers in this Charter shall not be deemed to be exclusive, but in addition to the powers enumerated or implied herein or appropriate to the exercise of such powers, the City of Auburn shall have and may exercise all powers which under the Constitution of the State of New York it would be competent for this Charter specifically to enumerate, and all powers necessarily incident or fairly to be implied, not inconsistent with the provisions hereof. All powers of the City of Auburn, whether expressed or implied, shall be exercised in the manner specifically provided in this Charter or, if not so provided, then in the manner provided by local law, ordinance or resolution of the Council or as otherwise provided by law.
The Council shall create, consolidate, divide or alter the election districts within the City in accordance with the Election Law.